Directions (51-60): In the following questions sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate words). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four.

51. He does not _____any fixed principle. 

(1) go through 

(2) go about

(3) go with

(4) go upon

52. My finger is still _____ where I caught it in the door yesterday.

(1) broken 

(2) wounded

(3) bruised 

(4) injured.

53. A trader was ______ at the city airport early on Thursday for carrying gold jewellery worth over 1 crore.

(1) hindered 

(2) detained

(3) retained

(4) blocked

54. A book’s a book ______  there is nothing

(1) because

(2) unless

(3) till

(4) although

55. ______ knocking at the gate, he demanded admission.

(1) Cruelly

(2) Kindly 

(3) Speedly

(4) Loudly 

56. I _____the job if you had paid me enough.

(1) would have done.

(2) had done

(3) will do

(4) would do

57. As soon as he got the telegram, he _____ in a taxi.

(1) would have left

(2) left

(3) had left

(4) has left

58. We had difficulty. _____ finding a parking place.

(1) at

(2) about

(3) in

(4) for

59. The peasant rebellion was ______ with a high hand by the Emperor.

(1) put off

(2) put away

(3) put back 

(4) put down

60. That car is throwing _____a lot of smoke.

(1) out

(2) up

(3) away

(4) in

Directions (61-63): In the following questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.

61. Flung

(1) Threw

(2) Caught

(3) Cast

(4) Spat

62. Encountered.

(1) Faced

(2) Solved 

(3) Entered

(4) Entertained

63. Redeem

(1) Punish

(2) Save 

(3) Forget 

(4) Forgive

Directions (64-66): In the following questions, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word.

64. Encouraged

(1) Opposed

(2) Mugged

(3) Supported 

(4) Dispirited

65. Revoke

(1) Negate

(2) Annul

(3) Invalidate

(4) Implement

66. Calculative

(1) Naive

(2) Gentle

(3) Docile 

(4) Careful

Directions (67-69) In the following questions, four alternatives are given for the Idiom/Phrase printed in without bold in the sentence. Choose the alternative that best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.

67. I have recently changed job and I am going to have my teething problems.

(1) difficulties at the start

(2) difficulties at the end

(3) difficulties all the time

(4) problem with my teeth

68. The soldiers fought tooth and nail to save their country.

(1) sing unfair means

(2) with strength and fury

(3) with weapons

(4) as best as they could

69. Chetan is very upset because the new manager always picks on him.

(1) advises

(2) warns severely

(3) selects

(4) treats badly

Directions (70-74): In the following questions, a part of the sentence is printed in without bold. Below are given alternatives to the bold part at (1), (2) and (3) which Choose the correct alternative. In may improve the sentence. case no improvement is needed your answer is (4).

70. The carpenter has been given a routine to finish his job.

(1) framework

(2) deadline

(3) limitation

(4) No improvement

71. The labourers are bent at getting what is due to them.

(1) bent for

(2) bent upon

(3) bent in

(4) No improvement

72. Although the goal-keeper was responsible for the defeat in the important football match, nobody blamed him.

(1) still nobody blamed him

(2) nevertheless nobody

(3) yet nobody blamed him

(4) No improvement

73. The children found the funny.

(1) humorous

(2) bad

(3) ridiculous

(4) No improvement

74. The cattle are fed on barley and grass.

(1) cattles are fed

(2) cattles are feeding

(3) cattle is fed

(4) No improvement

Directions (75-79): In the following questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which, can be substituted for the given words/sentence.

75. Liable to be easily broken.

(1) Translucent

(2) Brittle

(3) Unhealthy

(4) Opaque

76. A room or building, for the preservation of plants.

(1) Plantation

(2) Farmyard

(3) Greenhouse

(4) Plantain

77. A large number of fish swimming together.

(1) Troupe 

(2) Swarm

(3) litter 

(4) Shoal

78. A list of things to be discussed at a meeting.

(1) Minutes

(2) Issues

(3) Agenda 

(4) Data

79. A figure with many angles or sides.

(1) Hexagon

(2) Octagon

(3) Polygon

(4) Pentagon

Directions (80-85): In the following questions, four words are given in each question, out of which only one word is correctly. spelt. Find the correctly spelt word.


(1) Embarassment

(2) Embarasment

(3) Emmbarrassment

(4) Embarrassment


(1) Perseverence

(2) Perseverance

(3) Parseverance

(4) Persiverance


(1) Inntelligence

(2) Intelegence

(3) Intelligence

(4) Intellegence


(1) Afilliate

(2) Affilliate

(3) Afilaite

(4) Affiliate


(1) Accommodation.

(2) Accommdation

(3) Acommodation

(4) Accomodation


(1) Consentious

(2) Conscientious

(3) Concientious

(4) Conscentious

Directions (86-90): In the following questions, you have a brief  passage with 5 questions. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

Once upon a time, a business man named Ray Kroc discovered a restaurant owned by two brothers. The restaurant served just four things: hamburgers, French, fries, milk shakes and coca cola. But it was clean and inexpensive, and the service was quick. Mr. Kroc liked it so much that he paid the brothers so that he could use their idea and their name: Mc Donald’s.

Beef, big business and fast service were the ingredients when Mr. Kroc opened his first McDonald’s in 1955. Four years later, there were 100 of them. Kroc knew Americans liked success. So he put signs saying how many millions of McDonald’s hamburgers people had bought. In just four years, the number was one hundred million. Now, there are more than 13,000 McDonald’s restaurants from Dal las to Paris and from Moscow to Beijing.

Anyone who wants to open a McDonald’s must first work in one for a week. Then, they do a nine month training programme, in the restaurants and at “McDonald’s University” in Chicago. There they learn the McDonald’s philosophy: quality control, service, cleanliness and cheap prices. McDonald’s has strict rules, Hamburgers must be served before they are ten minutes old, and French fries, seven.

McDonald’s has never stopped looking for new methods to attract customers, from drive-in windows to birthday parties. Chicken, fish, salad and, in some places, pizza are now on the menu. McDonald’s in Holland even sells a vegetarian burger. Their international popularity shows they have found the recipe for success.

86. How did putting up signs of his success in America help Mr. Kroc?

(1) People could work in the outlets for a week

(2) People could apply for jobs

(3) Children would visit the outlets more

(4) Americans would encourage him and buy more hamburgers

87. What made the restaurant popular?

(1) The servers were kind

(2) The ingredients used were genuine

(3) It was owned by two brothers

(4) It was clean and inexpensive

88. What is McDonald’s philosophy?

(1) Quality control, service, cleanliness and high prices

(2) Quality control, cleanliness and cheap prices 

(3) Quality control, service and cheap prices

(4) Quality control, service, cleanliness and cheap prices

89. Who is McDonald’s named after?

(1) Two brothers unrelated to Mr. Kroc

(2) Two brothers related to Mr. Kroc

(3) Mr. Kroc’s two sons

(4) Mr. Kroc’s two brothers

90. Which statement is false ?

(1) McDonald’s is not innovative in their methods.

(2) McDonald’s is both a domestic and international food chain.

(3) McDonald’s is a rapidly growing food chain.

(4) McDonald’s is not a multi cuisine restaurant.

Directions (91-100): In the following questions, some parts of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error. The number of that part is the answer. If a sentence is free from error your answer is (4), i.e. No error’.

91.There is no agreement (1)/between you and I (2)/ so we are free to go our way. (3)/ No error (4)

92. His father would (1)/ rather die than (2)/ to beg from door to door. (3)/ No error (4)

93. He is guilty (1)/ for killing (2)/ an innocent bird. (3)/ No error (4)

94. I have just come (1)/ to know that Mr. Ray, one of my favourite (2)/ teachers, died with cancer recently. (3)/ No error (4)

95. Many persons must have read(1)/The Arabian Nights’, (2)/which is very interesting. (3)/No error (4)

96. We should make green vegetables (1) an essential part of our daily diet, (2)/ shouldn’t we? (3)/ No error (4) 

97. He has promised (1)/ to pay me the whole amount (2)/ in cheque with the stipulated time. (3)/ No error (4)

98. We must have (1)/ sympathy for (2)/needy and the poor. (3)/ No error (4)

99. When I left (1)/ the house at 9 o’clock (2)/ my son was still at home. (3)/ No error (4)

100. I did not receive (1)/ any letter from my parents (2)/ for the last two months. (3)/ No error (4)

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