English Language Quiz

1. In the following question, two sentences with a blank in each are given with four options (A), (B), (C) and (D). Choose the most suitable option to fill in the blanks to make the sentences meaningfully correct.


I. Throughout the strike the union refused to discuss what it believed to be the company's _________plan.

II. His other idea was impractical and _________in nature than the previous one.


A. vigilant

B. regressed

C. retrograde

D. progressive

(1) Both A and B

(2) Both B and C

(3) Both C and D

(4) Only C

(5) Only A

2. In the following question, two sentences with a blank in each are given with four options (A), (B), (C) and (D). Choose the most suitable option to fill in the blanks to make the sentences meaningfully correct.

I. The ___________­­­­ and Satan will suffer eternal punishment in hell.

II. Every time I see you, you're drunk and you are a _____________.

A. bereaved

B. serene

C. reprobate

D. rogue

(1) Both A and B

(2) Both B and C

(3) Both C and D

(4) Only C

(5) Only A

3. In the following question, two sentences with a blank in each are given with four options (A), (B), (C) and (D). Choose the most suitable option to fill in the blanks to make the sentences meaningfully correct.

I. It’s ___________ to see that Indians hold top positions in the top IT companies throughout the world.

II. He gave a ___________ response without any of the political doublespeak.

A. standard

B. heartening

C. shocking

D. amusing

(1) Both A and B

(2) Both B and C

(3) Both C and D

(4) Only B

(5) Only A

4. In the following question, two sentences are given which are divided into two parts i.e. (A) and (B), either of them is free from errors. Find out which part of which sentence contains an error. If there is no error in both the sentences, mark option (5) i.e. ‘No Error’ as your answer.

I. Although death is inevitable but it is rarely discussed (A)/ and is a source of intense discomfort for most. (B)

II. The vehement denial of the HOD was a (A)/ clear indication of his snob behaviour. (B)

(1) I-A, II-B

(2) I-A, II-A

(3) I-B, II-A

(4) I-B, II-B

(5) No error

In sentence II, part B- ‘snobbish’ should replace ‘snob’ as an adjective is required to qualify the noun.

5. In the following question, two sentences are given which are divided into two parts i.e., (A) and (B), either of them is free from errors. Find out which part of which sentence contains an error. If there is no error in both the sentences, mark option (5) i.e. ‘No Error’ as your answer.

I. The classic dilemma in an economy is among (A)/ the health of the banking sector and the transitional costs. (B)

II. Hong Kong is one of the main gateway of investment and (A)/ trade between China and the rest of the world. (B)

(1) I-A, II-B

(2) I-A, II-A

(3) I-B, II-A

(4) I-B, II-B

(5) No error

6. In the following question, two sentences are given which are divided into two parts i.e., (A) and (B), either of them is free from errors. Find out which part of which sentence contains an error. If there is no error in both the sentences, mark option (5) i.e. ‘No Error’ as your answer
.

I. The protest movement was bolstered somewhat (A)/ by the participation of white-collar workers. (B)

II. With the protests continuing, the damage to (A)/ Hong Kong’s economy and global standing was substantial. (B)

(1) I-A, II-B

(2) I-A, II-A

(3) I-B, II-A

(4) I-B, II-B

(5) No error

7. In the following question, two sentences are given which are divided into two parts i.e., (A) and (B), either of them is free from errors. Find out which part of which sentence contains an error. If there is no error in both the sentences, mark option (5) i.e. ‘No Error’ as your answer.

I. The Christmas party continued till late night (A)/ as several guests join at the eleventh hour. (B)

II. Neither the old lady nor her children knows (A)/ how to get rid of this problem. (B)


(1) I-A, II-B

(2) I-A, II-A

(3) I-B, II-A

(4) I-B, II-B

(5) No error

8. In the following question, two sentences are given which are divided into two parts i.e., (A) and (B), either of them is free from errors. Find out which part of which sentence contains an error. If there is no error in both the sentences, mark option (5) i.e. ‘No Error’ as your answer.

I. The priest forbade us not to touch the holy (A)/ book as it was supposedly touched by Christ. (B)

II. Before you will leave for Delhi, (A)/ I will certainly come to meet you. (B)


(1) I-A, II-B

(2) I-A, II-A

(3) I-B, II-A

(4) I-B, II-B

(5) No error

9. In the following question, two sentences are given which are divided into two parts i.e., (A) and (B), either of them is free from errors. Find out which part of which sentence contains an error. If there is no error in both the sentences, mark option (5) i.e. ‘No Error’ as your answer.

I. A recent survey reported that the territory (A)/ is now at the verge of a recession. (B)

II. Had I seen the weather forecast, I would (A)/ not make preparations for a trip. (B)

(1) I-A, II-B

(2) I-A, II-A

(3) I-B, II-A

(4) I-B, II-B

(5) No error

In sentence II, part B- ‘have made’ should replace ‘make’ according to the rule of conditional sentence.

10. In the following question, a word followed by three sentences consisting of a blank in each is given. Choose the sentence/s in which the given word can be correctly used.

UBIQUITOUS


I. It has become difficult to deal with hazardous and __________chemicals in the environment.

II. Clothing and mats are popular wares which are often made from the _________raffia palm tree.

III. There is a _________pattern of the person pushing others away with rage or anger.

(1) Only I

(2) Only II

(3) Both I and II

(4) Both II and III

(5) All of the above

Answers:- 

Q.1 (2) 

Q.2 (3) 

Q.3 (4) 

Q.4 (1) 

Q.5 (2) 

Q.6 (5) 

Q.7 (3) 

Q.8 (2) 

Q.9 (4) 

Q.10 (3)


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