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1. The pace of life was getting too much for the………
( A ) doctor
( B ) lawyer
( C ) corn merchant
( D ) merchant’s nephew
ANS. ( C ) corn merchant
2. ‘ You shouldn’t burn those leaves . It’s bad for air , ……….
( A ) Mr. Williams
( B ) Ms. Greene
( C ) the narrator
( D ) Mr Johnson
ANS. ( A ) Mr. Williams
3. On the day of his death , Gillu did not …………..
( A ) run
( B ) sleep
( C ) eat
( D ) drink
ANS. ( C ) eat
4. The truly Indian film should steer clear of ……… ……
( A ) inconsistencies
( B ) imagination
( C ) controversies
( D ) integrity
ANS.( B ) imagination
5. Genuine brotherhood and peace is more precious than
( A ) diamond
( B ) metal
( C ) copper
( D ) wealth
ANS. ( A ) diamond
6. The boy and the girl climb into the …….. bed .
( A ) soiled
( B ) flower
( C ) warm
( D ) wagon
ANS. ( C ) warm
7. There can be no culture without ……….
( A ) civilization
( B ) war
( C ) history
( D ) tolerance
ANS. ( A ) civilization
8. When men started fighting , two girls began to dig a
( A ) river
( B ) ocean
( C ) stream
( D ) channel
ANS. ( D ) channel
9. In ‘ The Pace for Living ‘ , the chief character in the play was a corn merchant in a small country town .
( A ) Sussex
( B ) Welsh
( C ) Irish
( D ) Scottish
ANS. ( C ) Irish
10. Mr. William , on seeing Jim , tried to pretend he’s
( A ) at the hospital
( B ) sleeping
( C ) cooking
( D ) not home
ANS.( D ) not home
11. Gillu had ……… eyes.
ANS. (A) shining
12. The Indian films possess ……….. tools of films-making.
ANS. (C) primary
13. The ideals of ………., according to Alexander Aris, should never be given up.
ANS. (A) humanism
14. The young people in ‘Once Upon a Time’ were unable to hold their………
ANS. (D) crookedness
15. The ………. built up a new civilization.
ANS. (C) Pre-Aryans
16. The celebration time was ……….
(D) New Year
ANS. (A) Easter
17. The source of light, according to William Cowper, in the villages in the evening is the ………
ANS. (D) moonbeam
18. A happy man’s days pass …………
ANS. (C) smoothly
19. The polythene bag cannot be …………
ANS. (A) destroyed
20. ………… thinks about Krishna all the time.
ANS. (D) Radha
21. To gather gold, the rich man tried all …………
ANS. (C) methods
22. The porter ………… a distance of six miles.
ANS. (D) climbs
23. ‘‘Speak! Speak! Why are thy ………… so still ?’’
ANS. (A) leaves
24. Martha had ………… eyes.
ANS. (A) gray
25. Our groves were planted to console at …………
(B) morning time
(C) dinner time
(D) bed time
ANS. (A) noontime
26. What slides soft away ?
ANS. (D) Time
27. The polythene bag remains ………… within.
ANS. (B) buried
28. Vidyapati’s poems recreate and reveal the world of …………
(A) Laila and Majnu
(B) Heer and Ranjha
(C) Radha and Krishna
(D) Ram and Sita
ANS. (C) Radha and Krishna
29. Periasamy Thooran won the Padma Bhushan and …………Award.
(C) Sahitya Akademi
ANS. (B) Kalalmamani
30. What keeps the Koel …………, yet charred ?
ANS. (D) fresh
31. Like a bird, according to Laxmi Prasad Devkota, his heart is twittering, …………
32. The children while listening to Martha’s stories, sat on their ……..
(A) chin lolled
(B) elbow lolled
(C) eyes lolled
(D) head lolled
ANS.(B) elbow lolled
33. Jabra started barking when he heard the noise of some …………
34. Anti-histamines may provide ………… relief by masking the
35. During the first year of his imprisonment, the lawyer played the…………
36. Mr. Gessler died of …………
(B) slow starvation
ANS.(B) slow starvation
37. Katherine Mansfield has sensitive perception of feelings especiallyof …………
(C) young men
(D) the aged
38. In the letter, the daughter says that she tries to follow the advice ofher …………
ANS. (C) mother
39. The narrator in ‘Love Defiled’, lived with his girlfriend for …………years.
40. Premchand was a prolific writer of both Hindi and …………
41. Rana S. P. Singh has written a number of articles on …………
(A) medicinal plants
42. The old banker had given a party ………… years ago.
ANS. (C) 15
43. ………… was John Galsworthy’s first important work.
(A) The Island Pharisees
(B) The Skin Game
ANS. (D) Loyalties
44. Katherine Mansfield’s stories followed in the foot steps of …………
(A) Anton Chekov
(B) John Galsworthy
(C) Jane Austen
(D) George Eliot
ANS. (A) Anton Chekov
45. ‘I speak with prejudice, because I belong to the ………… of slow thinkers ‘
ANS. (D) tribe
46. The beloved was the narrator’s …………
(A) bed side
(B) over confidence
(C) alter ego
(D) confused side
ANS. (D) confused side
47. To whom does the author turn for enlightment about movies ?
(A) his brother
(B) his wife
(C) his sister
(D) his friend
ANS.(B) his wife
48. Alexander Pope is a poet of the early ………… century.
ANS. (C) eighteenth
49. Leo Tolstoy’s story is about …………
(A) two boys
(B) three boys
(C) two girls
(D) three girls
ANS. (C) two girls
50. According to Toni Morrison, ‘language should be living and…………’
ANS. (B) vibrant
51. Which word in ‘Me and the Ecology Bit’ is known as ‘filth’ ?
ANS. (A) Garbage
52. ‘I developed cold feet when it came to tying the knot with the…………’
53. What does the Koel’s voice do to the poet ?
(A) attacks him
(B) scares him
(C) sings for him
(D) wakes the poet’s soul
ANS. (D) wakes the poet’s soul
54. Lord Krishna had not met ………… from some time.
ANS. (B) Radha
55. ‘Gillu’ is based on a beautiful friendship between a human beingand a/an …………
ANS. (C) animal
56. ‘……… the germs of the disease keep on growing’ is from the poem, …………
(A) Ode on Solitude
(B) The Empty Heart
(C) God Made the Country
(D) Polythene Bag
ANS. (D) Polythene Bag
57. ‘The Listener’ and ‘Arabia’ are written by :
(A) Walter de la Mare
(B) T. S. Eliot
(C) William Blake
(D) John Keats
ANS. (A) Walter de la Mare
58. Jabra looked ………… at the fire.
ANS. (D) happily
59. The daughter wrote to her mother that she learned the mantra of loving ………… from her.
(D) pain and hardship
ANS. (B) management
60. The children in ‘Sun and Moon’ were marched off to the nursery to…………
(C) get dressed
ANS. (C) get dressed
61. Active voice of : ‘By whom was it painted?’
(A) Who painted it ?
(B) Was it painted by whom ?
(C) Who has painted it ?
(D) It was painted whom ?
ANS. (A) Who painted it ?
62. Active voice of : Let this door be shut.
(A) You have shut this door.
(B) They shut the door.
(C) Shut this door.
(D) He can shut this door.
ANS. (C) Shut this door.
63. Active voice of : ‘Butter is made from milk by us.”
(A) Butter made by us from milk.
(B) We make butter from milk.
(C) Butter is make with milk by us.
(D) From milk butter is made by us.
ANS. (B) We make butter from milk.
64. Active voice of : ‘I was shocked by the letter.”
(A)The shocked me with the letter.
(B)The letter has shocked me.
(C) I was shocked with the letter.
(D) The letter shocked me.
ANS. (D) The letter shocked me.
65. Passive Voice of : ‘Don’t touch the switch’.
(A)The switch don’t be touched.
(B)The switch must not be touched.
(C) The switch does not be touched.
(D) The switch need not be touched.
ANS. (A)The switch don’t be touched.
66. Passive Voice of : ‘Someone is following us.’
(A) We are following by someone.
(B) We are followed by someone.
(C) We are being followed.
(D) We had been followed by someone.
ANS. (C) We are being followed.
67. Direct speech of : ‘The boy said that he had not stolen the book.’
(A) The boy said, “I don’t steal the book.”
(B) The boy said, “I didn’t steal the book.”
(C) The boys says, “I hadn’t stolen the book.”
(D) The boy said, “I haven’t stolen the book.”
ANS. (B) The boy said, “I didn’t steal the book.”
68. Direct speech of : ‘The Principal told us to wait there till he returned.’
(A) The Principal told us, “Wait here till I return.”
(B) The Principal tells us, “Wait here till I returned.”
(C) The Principal ordered, “Wait till I returned here.”
(D) The Principal said, “Wait till I return.”
ANS. (A) The Principal told us, “Wait here till I return.”
69. Direct speech of : ‘They said that they had lived there for a long time.’
(A) They say, “We live here for a long time.”
(B) They said, “We have lived here for a long time.”
(C) They says, “We may live here for a long time.”
(D) They told, “We can live here for a long time.”
ANS. (B) They said, “We have lived here for a long time.”
70. Indirect speech of : I said to my sister, “I bought you a doll yesterday.”
(A) I told my sister that I had bought her a doll the previous day.
(B) I told my sister that I had bought her a doll yesterday.
(C) I told my sister that I bought her a doll yesterday.
(D) I told my sister that I bought you a doll the previous day.
ANS. (A) I told my sister that I had bought her a doll the previous day.
71. Indirect Speech of : “When did you meet my brother,” she asked me.
(A) She wanted to know when did I meet her brother.
(B) She asked me when I had met her brother.
(C) She asked when did I meet my brother.
(D) She wants to know when I had met my brother.
ANS. (A) She wanted to know when did I meet her brother.
72. Indirect speech of : He said, “How lovely the scene is.”
(A) He exclaimed that the scene is very lovely.
(B) He exclaimed how the scene was lovely.
(C) He exclaimed that the scene was very lovely.
(D) He exclaimed that the scene is indeed lovely.
ANS. (B) He exclaimed how the scene was lovely.
73. When I opened my eyes, I ……….. a strange sight.
(D) have seen
ANS. (A) saw
74. The head master ……….. to talk to you.
(B) have want
ANS. (D) wants
75. Radha ……….. with her in-laws.
(C) has living
(D) has lived
ANS. (B) lives
76. We ……….. America the next month.
(C) shall visit
(D) were visited
ANS. (C) shall visit
77. I ……….. from Canada.
ANS. (A) am
78. Lisa and Jane ……….. really happy now.
ANS. (D) are
79. Sincere students always ……….. high marks.
(A) are getting
(C) will get
ANS. (B) get
80. I congratulated him ……….. his success.
ANS. (B) for
81. It is our duty to get ……….. the truth.
ANS. (A) to
82. Kundan did not approve ……….. his father’s plan.
ANS. (C) by
83. He threw a stone ……….. the river.
ANS. (B) into
84. Madhav is good ……….. English.
ANS. (A) in
85. Nidhi did not disclose the fact ……….. her husband.
ANS. (A) for
86. I am worried ……….. the examination.
ANS. (B) about
Choose the correctly spelt word.
87. (A) Charactor (C) Character
(B) Karacter (D) Cheractor
ANS. (C) Character
88. (A) Solidarity (C) Sulidarety
(B) Selederity (D) Salidarity
ANS. (A) Solidarity
89. (A) Livelyhud (C) Livelyhoode
(B) Levlihud (D) Livelihood
ANS. (D) Livelihood
90. (A) Paculear (C) Perculear
(B) Peculiar (D) Paculiar
ANS. (B) Peculiar
91. (A) Nieghbor (C) Naighbor
(B) Neighbur (D) Neighbour
ANS. (D) Neighbour
92. (A) Mentain (C) Maintain
(B) Menteion (D) Meanton
ANS. (C) Maintain
93. (A) Trouble (C) Truble
(B) Torouble (D) Traubul
ANS. (A) Trouble
Choose the most suitable translation.
94. तुम्हे जाना नही है
(A)You should not have gone.
(B)You should not go.
(C) Should go you not.
(D) Not you should go.
ANS. (A)You should not have gone.
95. एक जज को ईमानदार होना चाइये
(A)Judge honest must be
(B)Must be a judge honest.
(C) A judge must be honest.
(D) Honest must a judge be
ANS. (C) A judge must be honest.
96. तुम्हे घबराने की जुरअत नही है
(A)You worry not.
(B)Need you not worry.
(C) Worry you need not.
(D) You need not worry
ANS. (D) You need not worry
Choose the correct option
97. Synonym of : Deny
ANS. (B) Refuse
98. Synonym of : Renowned
ANS. (C) Brave
99. Antonym of : Urban
ANS. (D) Rural
100. Antonym of : Quiet
ANS. (C) Violent