Directions (Q. Nos. 1 and 2) Choose the correct spelt word.
- (1) Guarantee (2) Guaruntee
(3) Garantee (4) Guareentee
- (1) Dismised (2) Dismissed
(3) Dissmised (4) Desmised
Directions (Q. Nos. 3 and 4) Choose the correct meaning of the following idioms from the given choice.
- A chicken hearted fellow
(1) Sober (2) Intelligent
(3) Timid (4) Bold
- To face music
(1) Enjoyment (2) In trouble
(3) Sound health (4) To be ill
Directions (Q. Nos. 5-7) Find out the part which has an error in the following sentences. If there is no error your answer is (4).
- One should be particular (1)/ when he is (2)/ crossing a busy lane.(3)/ No error (4)
- The only good (1)/ about these pens (2)/ are their colour and there size. (3)/ No error (4)
- The rice from Dehradoon is (1)/ more superior (2)/ to that Saharanpur. (3)/ No error (4)
Directions (Q. Nos. 8 and 9) Choose the correct antonyms for the word from the suggested alternatives.
(1) Agree (2) Deny
(3) Hear (4) Obey
(1) Cheerful (2) Spirited
(3) Bright (4) Memorable
Directions (Q. Nos. 10 and 11) Choose the synonyms for the word from the suggested alternatives.
(1) Smooth (2) Rough
(3) Clever (4) Apt
(1) Moderate (2) Hurt
(3) Sharp (4) Supplement
Directions (Q. Nos. 12 and 13) Fill in the correct verb to make a complete meaningful sentences.
- If he …….. of your marriage, he will be surprised.
(1) will hear (2) hears
(3) hear (4) heard
- I know all about that film because I ….. it twice.
(1) saw (2) had seen
(3) have seen (4) am seeing
Directions (Q. Nos. 14 – 16) Choose the correct alternative in order to make grammatically correct.
- She is ….. untidy girl.
(1) a (2) an
(3) the (4) Any of these
- He acted according ….. my instructions.
(1) for (2) of
(3) to (4) in
- Attend ….. your work and stop talking.
(1) by (2) with
(3) for (4) to
Directions (Q. Nos. 17-20) Read the following passage and answer the questions given below.
After talking to his wife, Jonathan prepared for bed in a kind of intoxication. He walked up and down the room, undressing and stopped before her picture on the desk and caressed her face with his thumb, over the glass. His legs were melting with excitement when he said, “Can you come soon?” She replied, “Tomorrow” with an eagerness that astonished him, she would arrive very early on Tuesday. Meanwhile, he had to attend to the flat; she had to find it as she had left it. Half an hour ago he had thought it passable. Now it looked appallingly dirty.
- After talking to his wife, Jonathan, the narrator was
(1) upset (2) overwhelmed with love
(3) lonely (4) depressed
- What made Jonathan change his opinion about the condition of the flat was
(1) his fear for his wife
(2) his desire to please his wife
(3) the fact that he was unsure of himself
(4) the fact that he had time to clean his flat
- What surprised Jonathan most was the fact that his wife
(1) spoke to him over the phone
(2) agreed to come back home so soon
(3) responded to him enthusiastically
(4) would arrive on Tuesday
- What expresses Jonathan’s equal concern for his wife is
(1) his reminiscence of his talk with her
(2) his expectation of her arrival
(3) his thought of making the flat clean
(4)his emotional gesture to her photograph