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Directions (1-4): Pick up the correct synonyms for each of the following words.
(a) Wipe out (b) Weaken
(c) Insult (d) Repair
(a) Graceful (b) Joyous
(c) Giddy (d) Other worldly
(a) Foolishness (b) Mission
(c) Misadventure (d) Error
(a) Vulgar (b) Attractive
(c) Refined (d) Indifferent
Directions (5-8): In each of the following questions, choose the word OPPOSITE in meaning to the given
(a) Unequal (b) Unlawful
(c) Impure (d) Indiscreet
(a) Difference (b) Opposition
(c) Separation (d) Appropriateness
(a) Surplus (b) Scarcity
(c) Presence (d) Richness
(a) Beg (b) Borrow
(c) Snatch (d) Request
Directions (9-11): In each of the following questions, choose the word which can be substituted for the
9. Using of new words.
(a) Coinage (b) Vocabulary
(c) Neologism (d) Malapropism
10. Careful in Performing duties
(a) Punctual (b) Punctilious
(c) Sincere (d) Pugnacious
11. A thing liable to be easily broken
(a) Breakable (b) Ductile
(c) Brittle (d) Delicate
Directions (12-14): Fill in the blanks in the following sentence by selecting the most appropriate
alternative from amongst the four choices given under each sentence.
12. The bill in the Parliament was ________ by fifty five people.
(a) accepted (b) voted
(c) carried (d) opposed
13. His death is a great blow, most terrible to ________.
(a) bear (b) imagine
(c) accept (d) sustain
14. The little girl ________ for the light switch in the dark.
(a) groped (b) grappled
(c) gripped (d) grovelled
Directions (15-17): In each of the following questions, find out which part of the sentence has an error. If
there is no mistake, the answer is ‘No error’.
15. If I was you (1)/ I would not have (2)/ committed this blunder. (3)/ No error (4)
16. You will get (1)/ all the information (2)/ if your read this booklet carefully. (3)/ No error (4)
17. He is writing novels (1)/ ever since (2)/ he became a graduate. (3)/ No error (4)
Directions (18-20): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.
Mahatma Gandhi believed that industrialization was no answer to the problems that plague the mass of India’s poor and that villagers should be taught to be self-sufficient in food, weave their own cloth from cotton and eschew the glittering prizes that the twentieth century so temptingly offers. Such an idyllic and rural paradise did not appear to those who inherited the reins of political power.
18. Mahatma Gandhi’s views opposed industrialization of villages because
(a) it would take away the skill of the villagers.
(b) it would undermine self-sufficiency and destroy the beauty of life of the villagers.
(c) it would help the poor and not the rich.
(d) it would affect the culture of the Indians.
19. The meaning of the glittering prizes that the twentieth century so temptingly offers is
(a) replacement of rural by urban interests.
(b) absence of violence and corruption.
(c) pursuit of a commercialized material culture.
(d) complete removal of poverty.
20. The basis of ‘an idyllic and rural paradise’ is
(a) self-sufficiency in food and clothes and simplicity of life style.
(b) supporting those holding powerful political positions.
(c) rapid industrialization of villages.
(d) bringing to the villages the glittering prizes of the twentieth century.
Directions (21-25): In each of the following questions out of the given alternatives, choose the one which
best expresses the meaning of the given word:.
(a) Disfigure (b) Slit
(c) Severe (d) Slash
(a) Refine (b) Torture
(c) Extract (d) Imprison
(a) Fair (b) Traditional
(c) Real (d) Unusual
(a) Tiresome (b) Painful
(c) Troublesome (d) Lengthy
(a) Absorb (b) Arrange
(c) Receive (d) Assemble
Directions (26-30): In each of the following questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the antonym of
the given word.
(a) Humility (b) Pleasure
(c) Cheerfulness (d) Excitement
(a) Interest (b) Premium
(c) Profit (d) Concession
(a) Ordered (b) Alternative
(c) Compulsory (d) Essential
(a) Straight-forward (b) Easy
(c) Complex (d) Plain
Directions (31-35): In each of the following questions, choose the most suitable ‘one word’ for the given
31. A Man with prejudiced views against religion.
(a) Orthodox (b) Bigot
(c) Fanatic (d) Profane
32. The School or College in which one has been educated.
(a) Natinee (b) Alumni
(c) Alma mater (d) Calvin
33. One who deserts his religion.
(a) Deserter (b) Turncoat
(c) Fanatic (d) Apostate
34. Medicine which lessens Pain
(a) Balm (b) Panacea
(c) Anodyne (d) Antibiotic
35. A Woman whose husband is dead.
(a) Virgin (b) Spinster
(c) wedlock (d) widow
Directions (36-40): Of the four alternatives given under each Sentence, find the One that best fits into the
36. It _______ to me that She was in curable.
(a) Suggested (b) flashed
(c) happened (d) occurred
37. I am feeling _______ better today.
(a) too (b) rather
(c) very (d) fairly
38. _______ an accident, the train will arrive in time.
(a) Besides (b) Accepting
(c) Despite (d) Barring
39. The Sun _______ at Six this morning.
(a) arose (b) rose
40. Health is too important to be _______
(c) despised (d) discarded
Directions (41-45): In the following questions, find out which part of the Sentences has an error. It there is
no mistake, the answer is ‘No error’.
41. He says that (1)/ he has a car (2)/ beside a scooter.(3)/ No error(4).
42. Mahatma Gandhi laboured (1)/ to the good (2)/ of humanity.(3)/ No error(4).
43. My answer (1)/ is different (2)/ than Yours.(3)/ No error(4).
44. I am vexed (1)/ at him about what (2)/ he has done.(3)/ No error(4).
45. Children often (1)/ quarrel on (2)/ petty issues.(3)/ No error(4).
Direction (46-50): In the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These
numbers are printed below the passage and against each, four words are suggested, one of which fits the
blank appropriately. Choose the appropriate word in each case:
Do women exercise leadership differently from which men do? And if so, will feminine leadership
…(46)… where masculine leadership does not? A recent study suggests somewhat paradoxically that
female managers …(47)… their male counterparts even when the personal characteristics are very similar.
Of the two school of thought, the structuralist theory argues that men and women do not receive the same
treatment in the workplace and that stamping out …(48)… bias would stamp out the observed …(49)…. In
contrast the socialization theory contends that men and women experience work as more …(50)… to their
lives. These …(6)… explanations apart, today business appears to be undergoing a feminization of
(a) Out live
(c) Out stand
(b) Out work
(d) Out work
(a) Central (b) Preliminary
(c) Trivial (d) Needy