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24th 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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is d course complete???
Question 6- there are three options which mean to bring to an end... was confused between finished, closed and terminate. please clarify.
Q-12; C part should be "their lives", right? Could you explain this dilemma of using "their life" which sounds as they they all had a combined life to me.
In Question 12 when you change it to 'many a person has', then 'their' should also be changed right?
csat paper 2 is quite lengthy in prelims , pls tell a trick to attempt maximum questions .
Mam plz plz explanation in hindi And thanks a. Lot
  1. DAILY MCQS ON ENGLISH COMPREHENSION SKILLS Presented By- Palak Sharma fppt com

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  3. MCQ 1 Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word given 1) GRAPHIC A. Moving B. Timid C. Obvious D. Instructive fppt com

  4. Answer Answer: Option C . S Solution: Moving :in motion. Timid showing a lack of courage or confidence; easily frightened. Instructive: useful and informative. Obvious :easily perceived or understood; clear, self-evident, or apparent. Graphic :clear, apparent, pronounced, straightforward, glaring, graphic Synonym of Graphic is Obvious. fppt com

  5. MCQ 2 2. As he stood / below the shower / the sharp jets of / ice cold water revived his spirit. A. As he stood B. below the shower C. the sharp jets of D. ice cold water revived his spirit E. No Error fppt com

  6. Answer Answer: Option D Solution: Change, spirit-, spirits . Normally, Spirit is noun which means soul or non physical part of a man or person (Sometimes, it also used as an adjective.). In other hand, Often Spirits is a person's mood or attitude. So, in above given sentence, revival of the mood of a person is quite suitable. See these examples: 1. The warm weather lifted everyone's spirits. 2. He confessed in a spirit of self-respect. fppt com

  7. MCQ 3 In each of the following questions, choose the word with opposite meaning to the given word out of the given alternatives 3. Asked A. Ordered B. Ignored C. Requested D. Directed E. Refused fppt com

  8. Answer . Answer: Option B Solution: Asked : inquire, ask for, ask about, demand, inquire into. Ignored : defy, neglect, disregard, ignore, pretermit, slight. Antonym of Ignored is Asked. fppt com

  9. MCQ 4 S1: Kennedy "kicked moodily at the leg of the chair which he was holding. 56 : It was a depressing beginning P : Now his chief desire seemed to be to score off the human race in general, his best friend included Q: If he had asked Fenn to help him in a tight place, then he knew he could have relied on him R: Last term he and Fenn had been as close friends as you could wish to see. S The feeling that his whole world had fallen about his ears was increasing with every hour he spend at Kay's. The proper sequence should be (a)P R S Q (b)RSPOQ (c) SRQP (d) R QP S fppt com

  10. Answer fppt com

  11. Answer C. architect: blueprint

  12. Answer Answer: Option D . Solution: Rowdy :noisy and disorderly Hungry :feeling or displaying the need for food. Greedy :having or showing an intense and selfish desire for something, specially wealth or power tasteless excessively bright, colorful, or ostentatious. Synonym of Showy is Gaudy Gaudy :extravagantly bright or showy, typically so as to be Showy :having a striking appearance or style, typically by being fppt com

  13. Answer Answer: Option D Solution: was regretting that she she couldn't go fppt com

  14. MCQ 9 9. A disease which spreads by contact: A. Incurable B. Infectious C. Contagious D. Fatal fppt com

  15. Answer Answer: Option C .Solution: Incurable: (of a sick person or a disease) not able to be cured. Infectious (of a disease or disease-causing organism) liable to be transmitted to people, organisms, etc. through the environment Fatal leading to failure or disaster. Contagious .(of a disease) spread from one person or organism to another, typically by direct contact. fppt com

  16. Answer . Answer: Option B Solution: Many a takes a singular noun, which is followed by a singular verb fppt com

  17. Answer . Answer: Option B Solution: Subjunctive mood is used in non-statements (wishes, demands, condition contrary to fact, suggestion and the like.). The given sentence is a condition contrary to fact. In such case plural verb is used even if subject is singulan He behaves as if he were a king. Condition Contrary to fact: He is not a king, in truth, but only behaves as if he was. Other examples: She acts as if she were his wife. (Condition Contrary to fact. She is not his wife, in truth, but only acts as if she was.) fppt com

  18. MCQ 14 14. Find the correct spelt word. A. Enterpreneur B. Entreorenure C. Entrepreneur D. Enterprenure fppt com

  19. MCQ 16 16. I have/ two sister-in-laws/ whose husbands/ are all well settled A. I have B. two sister-in-laws C. whose husbands D. are all well settled E. No Error fppt com