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April 14th 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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sir how come the scientist were able to capture it's image? any theory behind it?
I think there is little difference between Agnostic n Atheist. Agnostic :- Someone who is doubtful that God might exist or not. Atheist :- someone who doesn't believe in God.someone who believes that no deities exist.
Palak Sharma
2 years ago
Yeah, that's right Mitesh, that's why I mentioned it in last. It's because I have seen a lot of pages mentioning atheist in the end of the list. As the first one says, agonist is actually a doubter. So you're correct in your definition. :)
Mitesh Patel
2 years ago
it's alright. Thanks Ma'am.
In MCQ 5, please explain why as much good as is correct because comparative degree of good is better. In my opinion correct option would be A.
Thank you for the lessons...I m preparing for CLAT and I was looking for English videos and yours are really helpful
Thank you for the lessons...I m preparing for CLAT and I was looking for English videos and yours are really helpful
U can add some more questions by being little bit faster
  1. DAILY MCQS ON ENGLISH COMPREHENSION SKILLS Presented By- Palak Sharma


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  3. MCQ 1 In each of these questions, a disarranged sentence is given and coded as A, B, C, D Select the choice which gives the correct order of the parts of the sentence in order to make it meaningful 1. (A) (B) (C) (D) It is attractive to the one who is attracted by it. As food is tasty to the one who find it easy There is no such thing as attractiveness So what is real beauty? This brings us to the consideration of the fact that nothing in these terms (A) Abcd (B) Cbad (C) Cabd (D) Bcdoa


  4. ANSWER (C) Cabd


  5. MCQ 2 In each of the following questions find ouf the alfernative which will replace the question mark. 2. Skeleton : Body : Grammar : ? (A) Language (B) Sentence (C) Meaning (D) Education


  6. ANSWER (A) Language


  7. MCQ 3 In each of these questions, a sentence followed by four alternative meanings is given. Each sentence contains an idiom/phrase. You are to select the best alternatives meaning which best expresses the meaning of that idiom/phrase 3. I am sure you are not taking a fancy to her charms. (A) dreaming of (B) Becoming fond of (C)Refusing to see (D)Falling in a trap


  8. ANSWER (B) Becoming fond of


  9. MCQ 4 word. 4. RESTIVE (A) Unrestrained (B) Communicate (C) Peaceful (D) Quarrel


  10. ANSWER (C) Peaceful Unrestrained-restrained Communicate- withhold Quarrel- reconciliation


  11. ANSWER (B) As much good as


  12. Answer (B) two hours has elapsed


  13. Answer (A) To


  14. MCQ 9 In each of these questions, 4 words which are numbered (1), (2), (3) & (4) have been printed of which one may be wronqly spelt. Choose that word as your answer. If all four are correctly spelt, mark (5) i.e., All correct as your answer 9. (1) barricade (2) checkmate (3) equilibrium (4) accesible (5) All correct


  15. Answer (4) accesible accessible