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22nd April 2017: Practice MCQs
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This lesson covers MCQs on English language comprehension skills in various categories like antonyms, synonyms, et cetera.

Palak Sharma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Palak Sharma
Economics Grad🎓 IELTS 8.5 Band Scorer🏅Author of "So This is How I Die of Wandering" 📖

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Mam, can you explain objective case and possessive case and some examples of their usage
no problem mam. 8/16, unattempted- 3
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  3. MCQ 7 In the following questions, choose the correct synonym of the given word. 7. DIALECTIC A. Argumentative B. Instructive C. Constructive D. Destructive


  4. Answer Answer: Option A Solution: Instructive:useful and informative. Constructive:serving a useful purpose, tending to build up. Destructive: causing great and irreparable harm or damage. Argumentative: use to expressing divergent or opposite views. Dialectic: Argumentative, logically questioning Synonym of Dialectic is Argumentative.


  5. MCQ 1 Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word given 1) ALACRITY: A. Briskness B. Fear C. Frankness D. Alarm E. None of these fppt com


  6. Answer Answer: Option A Solution: Fear an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat. Frankness :open, honest, and direct in speech or writing, especially when dealing with unpalatable matters Alarm :an anxious awareness of danger, warning, alert, caveat, caution, admonition. Briskness :active, fast, and energetic. Alacrity :brisk and cheerful readiness. Synonym of Alacrity is Briskness. fppt com


  7. MCQ 2 2. The fact of me/ being a stranger/ does not excuse his conduct A. The fact of me B. being a stranger C. does not excuse his conduct D. No error fppt com


  8. Answer . Answer: Option A Solution: Here, Objective Case should be replaced by Possessive Case, Hence, the fact of my being, will be the correct sentence. fppt com


  9. MCQ 3 In each of the following questions, choose the word with opposite meaning to the given word out of the given alternatives 3. Attractive: A. Repulsive B. Loathsome C. Abominable D. Repugnant E. None of these fppt com


  10. Answer .Answer: Option A Solution: Loathsome : causing hatred or disgust, repulsive. Abominable causing moral revulsion or alteration, slimy, sordid, disgusting, sickening, odious Repugnant : extremely distasteful, unacceptable. Repulsive : archaic lacking friendliness or sympathy, lacking attraction. Attractive pleasing or appealing to the senses, pleasant, engaging, captivating, fetching, attractive, charming. Antonyms of Attractive is Repulsive. fppt com


  11. Answer (d) R Q P S fppt com


  12. Answer Answer: Option C . Solution: Merciful : showing or exercising mercy Merciful showing or exercising mercy Generous : showing a readiness to give more of something, Generous showing a readiness to give more of something especially money, than is strictly necessary or expected. Tolerant : showing willingness to allow the existence of opinions Tolerant showing willingness to allow the existence of opinions or behaviour that one does not necessarily agree with Lenient more merciful or tolerant than expected, flexible. Rigid unable to bend or be forced out of shape, not flexible. fppt com


  13. Answer Answer: Option C .Solution: To scatter :throw in various random directions. Discriminate :recognize a distinction, differentiate. Waste use or expend carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose. Parable in the Gospels a simple story used to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson, as told by Jesus elittle :make (someone or something) seem unimportant. Disparage regardor represent as being of little worth. Synonym of Disparage is Belittle. fppt com


  14. McQ 8 . not yet arrived 8. Some of the luggage A. has B. have C. is D. are 2 fppt com


  15. Answer Option A . Solution: has fppt com


  16. Answer . Answer: Option lB Solution: A massive tribal welfare programme has been launched by the government in Jharkhand. The given sentence is in active voice and it is in Present The given eentence is in active voice and it is in Presert Perfect Tense. Rule Subject (has /have) been V3 Other agents fppt com


  17. Answer C. their own research paper this semester fppt com


  18. MCQ 13 13 what exactly does he want ?" He would like to see you a good job on the project." A. got B. get C. to get D. will get fppt com


  19. MCQ 15n 15. Radical is related to Moderate in the same way as Revolution is related to A. Change B. Chaos C. Peace D. Reformation fppt com


  20. Answer Answer: Option C Solution: Here past Perfect should be used. Hence,"the show was already begun" should be reblace "the show had already begun". fppt com