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27th 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" 📖

  1. DAILY MCQS ON ENGLISH COMPREHENSION SKILLS Presented By- Palak Sharma


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  3. MCQ 1 Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word given 1) UTILITY A. Benefit B. Usefulness C. Profitability D. Advantage


  4. Answer Answer: Option B Solution: Benefit :an advantage or profit gained from something. . Profitability yielding profit or financial gain. Profitability : yielding profit or financial gain Advantage :a condition or circumstance that puts one in a favourable or superior position. Usefulness :the quality or fact of being useful. Utility :the state of being useful.


  5. MCQ 2 2. Both the / girls helped/ one another. A. Both the B. girls helped C. one another D. No Error


  6. Answer Answer: Option C Solution: Change, one another each other


  7. MCQ 3 In each of the follwing questiona,choose the word with oppaste In each of the following questions, choose the word with opposite meaning to the given word out of the given alternatives 3. MITIGATE A. Abate B. Aggravate C. Allay D. Alleviate


  8. Answer Answer: Option B Solution: Abate: (Of something unpleasant or severe) become less intense or widespread. Aggravate: Make (a problem, injury, or offence) worse or more . . serious Allay: Diminish or put at rest (fear, suspicion, or worry). Alleviate: Make (suffering, deficiency,or a problem) less severe MITIGATE Make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful. MITIIATE : Make ceomething bad) lessevere, serious.or


  9. MCQ 4 S1 I sat at the table and ate. S6 I was just the normal Ramaswamy, husband of Madeleine. P : My breathing became suddenly difficult. Q I concentrated on my food and I was convinced I had to eat. R I stopped, however, any exhibition of the extraordinary S: But lungs have temperament The proper sequence should be (a) P R S Q (b) Q S PP (c) QSRP (d) S PRQ


  10. Answer (b) Q S PR


  11. Answer A. census: population


  12. Answer Answer: Option A Solution: Similarity the state or fact of being similar. Contrast :abnormality, oddity, dissimilarity, disproportion, irregularity Cruelty :cruel behaviour or attitudes Kindness :the quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate. Compassion :sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or Cosronsuions sfynpaths tic pity and concern for the sufferings on misfortunes of ofhers.


  13. Answer Answer: Option C Solution: Seeta asked me if I could give her my pen


  14. MCQ 9 9. A pioneer of a reform movement: A. Apostle B. Apothecary C. Apotheosis D. Renegade


  15. Answer Answer: Option A Solution: Apothecary: .a person who prepared and sold medicines and drugs Apotheosis the highest point in the development of something: a culmination or climax. . Renegade a person who deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles. country, or set of principles Apostle a vigorous and pioneering advocate or supporter of a particular policy, idea, or cause


  16. Answer Answer: Option B Solution: Very is used without much before adjectives and adverbs in the positive degree. Here, Sorry is an adjective which has been used in the sense of sad. So, Correct Sentence is Vijay is very sorry about her misconduct. . .


  17. Answer . Answer: Option C Solution: The correct answer is Abdicated


  18. MCQ 14 14. Find correctly spelt word A. Bureacracy B. Bereaucracy C. Buereacracy D. Bureaucracy


  19. MCQ 16 16. She treated/ me as though / an old friend A. She treated B. me as though C. an old friend D. No error