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In the following questions, some of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error and blacken the rectangle corresponding to the appropriate letter (a), (b), (c). In case of ‘no error’ mark (d) as your answer.
1) There’ll be plenty (a)/ of opportunity for relax (b)/ once the work is done. (C)/
No error (d)
a) There’ll be plenty
b) Of opportunity for relax
c) Once the work is done
d) No error
2) The building was (a)/ completely (b)/ destroyed with fire. (c)/ No error (D)
a) The building was
c) Destroyed with fire
d) No error
3) They still hadn’t had (a) /any news when I (b)/ speak to them yesterday.(C)/
No error (d)
a) They still hadn’t had
b) Any news when I
c) Speak to them yesterday
d) No error
Direction (4 – 6): In the following questions, sentence is given with blanks to be filed with an appropriate word (s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four options and indicate it by the appropriate options.
4) Last night he ………………. me he loved me
b) Had told
c) Has told
5) She’s a singer in a bar _________ and a secretary by day.
a) During Night
b) At Night
c) For Night
d) By Night
6) We were ________ early by the sound of the birds singing.
Directions (7-8): In the following questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the word and mark it in your answer sheet.
Direction (9-10): In the following question, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the opposite meaning of the word and mark it in your answer sheet.
Direction (11-12): In the following questions, four alternatives are given for the Idiom/Phrase. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/ phrase and mark it in the answer sheet.
11) Like a thief in the night.
a) Hidden form everyone
b) Slowly and looking here and there boldly and noisily.
c) Boldly and noisily
d) Secretly or unexpectedly
12) Every night when I was a child my mother used to read me to sleep.
a) To read aloud to someone until they go to sleep
b) To make someone board with your speech
c) To sing song for someone so that they may sleep
d) Ask somebody to go to sleep
Directions (13-15):- A sentence has been given in Active/ passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in passive/ Active Voice and mark your answer in the answer sheet.
13) Don’t laugh at me
a) Let me be laughed at
b) Let me not be laughed at
c) Let me laughed at.
d) Let be laughed at.
14) I saw him leaving the house.
a) Leaving the house he was seen by me.
b) He was seen leaving the house by me.
c) Leaving house he was seen by me.
d) Leaving the house you was seen by me.
15) Were they interrogated even by central investigating agency?
a) Had even the central investigating team interrogated them?
b) Have even the central investigating team interrogated them?
c) Did even the central investigating team interrogate them?
d) Is even the central investigating team interrogating them?
1) Answer: b)
Relaxing in place of relax because gerund comes after preposition.
2) Answer: c)
“Destroyed with fire” should be “Destroyed in fire”
3) Answer: c)
Replace “spoke” in place of “speak” because main clause is must be in past.
4) Answer: a)
5) Answer: d)
6) Answer: c)
7) Answer: c)
8) Answer: b)
9) Answer: b)
Synonyms: Dull, Unexciting, Tedious
Antonyms: Motivating, Exciting, Fascinating, Stimulating
10) Answer: c)
Synonyms: Meeting, Convergence, Union
11) Answer: b)
Thief in the night: A person or thing that moves in a swift and secretive, stealthy, or surreptitious manner.
12) Answer: a)
Read oneself to sleep – To read something in preparation for falling asleep.
13) Answer: b)
14) Answer: b)
15) Answer: c)
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