English Language Quiz for SSC CGL of 3rd April (Antonyms)

Updated Sat, 03 Apr 2021 11:49 AM IST


Question 1: Revelation

Option 1:  rejection

Option 2:  elimination

Option 3:  concealment

Option 4:  introduction



Question 2: Ham- fisted

 

Option 1:  simple

Option 2:  adroit

Option 3:  difficult

Option 4:  vague


Question 3: Appalling

 



Option 1:  shocking

Option 2:  consoling

Option 3:  scaring

Option 4:  horrifying



Question4: Conceited

Option 1:  proud

Option 2:  honest

Option 3:  modest

Option 4:  modern



Question 5: maladroit


Option 1:  authoritative

Option 2:  skilful

Option 3:  maladjusted

Option 4:  malevolent



Question6: significant


Option 1:  substantial

Option 2:  miniscule

Option 3:  incoherent

Option 4:  unimportant


Question7: Segregate


Option 1:  sever

Option 2:  unite

Option 3:  separate

Option 4:  aggregate


Question 8: Repulsion


Option 1:  attraction

Option 2:  disapproval

Option 3:  disparagement

Option 4:  denigration


Question 9: Perilous


Option 1:  safe

Option 2:  developed

Option 3:  sophisticated

Option 4:  communicative


Question 10:  Quiescent


Option 1: exempt

Option 2:  restless

Option 3:  malignant

Option 4:  medicant

Answers:

Ans1:  c
oncealment

Explanation: Revelation- countable a surprising piece of information ·

cocealment-the action of hiding something or preventing it from being known.


Ans2: adroit

Explanation:  ham-fisted - doing things in an awkward or unskilled way when using the hands or dealing with people

adroit-clever or skilful.

Vague-thinking or communicating in an unfocused or imprecise way.


Ans 3:  consoling

Explanation: consoling-serving to comfort someone at a time of grief or disappointment.

Appalling-causing shock or dismay; horrific


Ans4: modest

Explanation:  conceited-excessively proud of oneself; vain

modest-. having or showing a moderate opinion of one's own value, abilities, achievements, etc.; not vain 


Ans 5:  skilful


Explanation: maladroit-inefficient or inept; clumsy.

maladjusted-failing to cope with the demands of a normal social environment.

malevolent-having or showing a wish to do evil to others.

Ans 6:  unimportant


Explanation:  significant- sufficiently great or important to be worthy of attention

Substantial- of considerable importance, size, or worth.

miniscule-extremely small; tiny.


Ans 7: unite


Explanation: sever-divide by cutting or slicing, especially suddenly and forcibly

segregate- to keep one thing separate from another

Ans 8: attraction


Explanation: repulsion-  a feeling of intense distaste or disgust

Disparagement-  to criticize someone or something in a way that shows a lack of respect

Denigration-the action of unfairly criticizing someone or something.


Ans 9: safe


Explanation:  sophisticated- having a good understanding of the way people behave and/or a good knowledge of culture  and fashion

Perilous- extremely dengerous


Ans 10:restless


Explanation:  Quiescent- temporarily quiet and not active

Exempt-free from an obligation or liability imposed on others.

Malignant-.. having a strong wish to do harm

Medicant-a person who lives by begging; beggar.

Restless-without rest; without restful sleep:

Source: English Quiz

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