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SYNONYMS MCQs -ENGLISH

abandon (a) pursue (b) give up      (Answer) (c) collect (d) hunt abate (a) rebate (b) lessen      (Answer) (c) essence (d) obvious abbreviation (a) medium form (b) long-form (c) short form      (Answer) (d) Paraphrase abdicate (a) turn aside (b) refuse (c) disperse (d) to resign      (Answer) abduct (a) …

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IDIOMS AND PROVERBS

Turned a deaf ear (a) listened carefully (b) was deadly opposed (c) posed indifference (d) did not pay any attention (Answer) Mealy-mouthed (a) ill-tempered (b) soft-tongued (c) cunning (Answer) (d) ambitious Moot point (a) all too clear (b) a fixed belief (c) a burning question (d) a debatable point (Answer) Give a wide berth (a) …

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Antonyms MCQs

ANTONYMS Abdicate (a) Claim   (Answer) (b) Plunder (c) Snatch (d) Seize Acclamation (a) Denunciation   (Answer) (b) Suppression (d) Applause (c) Termination Accord (a) Solution (b) Act (c) Dissent   (Answer) (d) Concord Acquisitive (a) Miserly (b) Frugal (c) Simple (d) Austere   (Answer) Acquit (a) Confirm (b) Blame (c) Punish (d) Indict   …

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Correct Spellings MCQs

(a) absentinence (b) abstinence   (Answer) (c) abstenance (d) abstinance (a) accomplice   (Answer) (b) acomplice (c) accomplise (d) accumplice (a) diverce (b) divarce (c) diverse   (Answer) (d) diverc (a) ancroachment (b) encroachment   (Answer) (c) encrochment (d) encrotchment (a) epilogue   (Answer) (b) apilogue (c) apilog (d) eplelogue (a) exemplary (b) exemplry (c) examplary (d) exemplery (a) exanorate …

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Prepositions Vol – 1

The players agreed to abide ______the refree’s decision (a) with (b) by   (Answer) (c) in (d) into Modern industry abounds______opportunities for young people with good scientific qualifications. (a) in   (Answer) (b) for (c) into (d) with A junior cashier has absconded_____ ten thousand rupees. (a) in (b) for (c) to (d) with   (Answer) The children …

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Correct Sentences Vol – 1

a) He has some acquaintance with the German.b) He has some acquaintances with German.c) He has some acquaintance with German (Answer) a) He was given the benefit of doubt.b) He was given the benefit of the doubt (Answer)c) He was given benefit of doubt. a) Put it in your trousers’ pocket.b) Put it in your …

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ENGLISH MOST IMPORTANT MCQs

Synonym of “reverie” is —–? A. daydream (Answer) B. adoration C. awakening call D. meeting Synonym of “contagion” is —–? A. concealment B. an infecting contact (Answer) C. worrisome question D. lack of concern Synonym of “ramification” is —–? A. problem B. combination C. reinforcement D. consequence (Answer) Synonym of “citadel” is —–? A. mountain …

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ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION

A sentence with no clear meaning Ambiguous A composition that bears no name of the writer Anonymous A letter which is not claimed by anybody A Dead Letter A language that is no more spoken A Dead Language A battle that put an end to all controversies Decisive A game in which neither party wins …

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ACTIVE and PASSIVE VOICE

She has written letters. (a) Letters were written by her. (b) Letters have written by her. (c) Letters are written by her. (d) Letters have been written by her. Ans: D Letters have been written by her. The doctor had examined him. (a) He was examined by the doctor. (b) He had been examined by …

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DIRECT and INDIRECT

He says “He is a good boy”. He says that he is a good boy. He will say “Aslam can go”. He says that Aslam can go. I said to him, “I do my duty” I told him that I did my duty. Rashid says that Ali will go and meet you. Rashid says, “Ali …

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ENGLISH-PAIR OF WORDS

Fain: Meaning: glad; ready Sentence: He is fain to do all things himself. Feign Meaning: to pretend to feel something, usually an emotion Sentence: You know how everyone feigns surprise when you tell them how old you are. Illusion: Meaning: an idea or belief which is not true Sentence: He had no illusions about his talents …

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PREPOSITIONS

1. Would you mind ———- a picture with you? A. take B. to take C. taking (Answer) E. taken 2. My brother was trembling ——– cold. A. from B. with (Answer) C. of D. by 3. Can you switch off ——– television ‘ please? A. a B. an C. the (Answer) D. none 4. Thank …

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