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DAILY MCQS ON ENGLISH COMPREHENSION SKILLS Presented By- Palak Sharma
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MCQ 13 13. Roman Regions the Mountain__of Masada for three years before they were able to seize it. A. dissembled, bastion B. assailed, symbol C. besieged, citadel D. honed, stronghold
MCQ 1 Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word given 1) Vanguard: A. Race driver B. Officer C. Flag bearer D. Pioneer
Answer Answer: Option C Solution: Synonym of Vanguard is Flag bearer Race driver: a person who drives race cars as a professior. Ram is a race driver. Officer: a holder of a public, civil, or ecclesiastical ceraoder of a public, civil, or ecclesiastical office. Foreign mercenaries were hired to officer new regiments. Pioneer: leader, doyen, header, leadsman, fugleman Rohit is pioneer businessman.
MCQ 2 2. The newer type of automatic machines/ wash/ the clothes faster. A. The newer type of automatic machines B. wash C. the clothes faster D. No error
Answer . Answer: Option A Solution: It is not proper to use comparative Degree here. Hence, "the new/ latest type of automatic machines will be correct usage.
MCQ 3 In each of the following questions, choose the word with opposite meaning to the given word out of the given alternatives 3. Profusion: A. Aspersion B. Scarcity C. Aversion D. Confusion
Answer Answer: Option B Soretion of-somsinnc on attack on the reputation or integrity of someone or something. Aversion a strong dislike or disinclination. Confusion uncertainty about what is happening, intended, or required Scarcity : the state of being scarce or in short supply, shortage. Profusion : an abundance or large quantity of something. So, Profusion and Scarcity are antonyms to each other.
MCQ 4 S1: Newton was perhaps the greatest scientist that ever lived. S6 Newton went home and worked quietly by himself for about 18 months. P: But when he was only 22, a terrible plague epidemic swept over England. Q : He was the son of a Lincolnshire farmer, and was born in 1642. R: Therefore the universities were closed. S: He went to Cambridge to study mathematics when he was 19. The proper sequence should be (a) S P RGQ (b) Q P SR (c) S QP R (d) Q S P R
MCQ 5 In each of the following a related pair of words is followed by four pairs of words. Select the pair that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original pair. 5. Mattock: Dig: Shovel? A. Break B. Push C. Scoop D. Whittle
MCQ 7 In the following questions, choose the correct synonym of the given word. 7. DIELECTRIC A. Argumentative B. Instructive C. Constructive D. Destructive
McQ 8 8. Slaves were freed fry after they died. 8. Slaves were freed from A. ablution B. pilferage C. agreement D. bondage E. abolition only after they died
Answer D. bondage
MCQ 9 9. A person who is indifferent to pains and pleasure of life: A. Stoic B. Sadist C. Psychiatrist D. Aristocrat
MCQ 12 12. Because of the cricket tournament / organizational work hardly / I have had any / rest since one week. A. Because of the cricket tournament B. organizational work hardly C. have had any D. rest since one week. E. No error
MCQ 13 of the state is efficient. A. administration B. democracy C. policy D. autocracy E. plutocracy
Answer (A) administration
Answer A. Stag
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