Handle this glass table with care because it is ______
Option 1: volatile
Option 2: ductile
Option 3: fragile
Option 4: frugal
Question 2 In the sentence identify the segment which contains the grammatical error.
She said that she done a lot of work today.
Option 1: she done
Option 2: a lot of work
Option 3: she said
Option 4: no error
Question 3: Direction: In the sentence identify the segment which contains the grammatical error.
We have many work for the day.
Option 1: we have
Option 2: many
Option 3: work
Option 4: for the day.
Question 4 Select the correct indirect form of the given sentence.
Deepak said to Mona, “You are punctual”.
Option 1:Deepak told Mona that she is punctual.Option 2: Deepak told Mona that she was punctual.
Option 3: Deepak said to Mona that she was punctual.
Option 4: Deepak told that Mona was punctual.
Question 5 Select the INCORRECTLY spelt word.
Option 1: Presence
Option 2: Absence
Option 3: Definite
Option 4: Labarotary
Question 6 Select the correct indirect form of the given sentence.
Johnny’s mother said, “Johnny, run down to the grocer’s and get a loaf of French bread and a pound of cheddar cheese.”
Option 1: Johnny’s mother asked him to run down to the grocer’s and get a loaf of French bread and a pound of cheddar cheese
Option 2: Johnny’s mother pleaded with John to run down to the grocer’s and get her a loaf of French bread and a pound of cheddar cheese
Option 3: Johnny commanded his mother to go down to the grocer and buy a loaf of French bread and a pound of cheddar cheese
Option 4: Johnny asked his mother to run down to the grocer’s and get a loaf of French bread and a pound of cheddar cheese.
Question 7: Question Select the most appropriate ANTONYM of the given word.
Option 1: Sympathetic
Option 2: Kind
Option 3: Living
Option 4: Cruel
Question8: Select the correctly spelt word.
Option 1: choose
Option 2: chooze
Option 3: chose
Option 4: chuse
Question 9 Given below are four jumbled sentences. Out of the given options pick the one that gives their correct order.
A. So, in the agrarian era, you destroy your enemy’s productive capacity by burning his crops or fields.
Source: English QuizNow, in the information era, destroying the enemy’s productive capacity means destroying their information infrastructure.
C. You battle with your enemy by destroying the enemy’s productive capacity, which will be different depending upon the foundation of economy.
D. But in the industrial era, ending productive capacity meant bombing of the factories that are located in cities and main industrial areas
Option 1: ACDB
Option 2: ACBD
Option 3: BDAC
Option 4: CADB
Question 10 Direction - Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence.
You must go to the book fair if you are liking it or not.
Option 1: if you like it
Option 2: although you are liking it
Option 3: whether you have liked
Option 4: whether you like it
Question 11: Select the most appropriate meaning of the bold idiom in the given sentence.
The dog played in the pond to his heart's content.
Option 1: only upto his legs
Option 2: till he was completley sick
Option 3: as much as he wanted to
Option 4: avoiding getting too wet
Question12 .Select the passive form of the given sentence.
The manager keeps the work pending.
Option 1: The work is kept pending by the manager.
Option 2: The work was kept pending by the manager.
Option 3: The work has been kept pending by the manager.
Option 4: The work are being kept pending by the manager
Question 13 Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If no substitution is required, select No improvement
The Director will agree with the proposal if we do not exceed the budget.
Option 1: No improvement
Option 2: agree to the proposal
Option 3: agree on the proposal
Option 4: agreed by the proposal
Question 14 Select the appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
To take French leave
Option 1: Welcome the host
Option 2: Acknowledge the host
Option 3: Leave with written permission
Option 4: Leave without any intimation
Question 15 Select the wrongly spelt word.
Option 1: earn
Option 2: eerie
Option 3: early
Option 4: eagel
Answer 1 - option-3
Ductile - (of a metal) able to be drawn out into a thin wire.
Fragile - easily broken or destroyed
Answer 2 - option 1
Use did (v2) in place of done .
Answer 3 - option 2
Use much in place of many, because work is uncountable noun.
Answer 4 - option 2
change said to into told , and is/are/am into was/ were.
Answer 5 - option 4
Laboratory is the correct spelling.
Answer 6 - option 1
imperative sentence uses to +v1 with it.
Answer 7 - option 4
Humane - having or showing compassion or benevolence.
Cruel - wilfully causing pain or suffering to others, or feeling no concern about it.
Answer 8 - option 1
Choose is the correct answer.
Answer 9 - option 4
C is the introductory part of the sentence, followed by A .
Answer 10 - option 4
Whether takes or pair with it.
Answer 11 - option 3
to one's heart's content - to the full extent of one's desires.
Answer 12 - option 1
Present indefinite tense change into is /are/am
Answer 13 - option 1
Answer 14 - option 4
Answer 15 - option 1
errie - so mysterious, strange
eagle is the correct spelling.