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CUET 2022 Memory Based English Question Paper

CUET Memory Based English Question Paper

According to National Testing Agency (NTA), the CUET Exam will be held from july 15,2022 to July 20 ,2022. As per scheduled date, NTA has started the CUET exam today. The CUET or Central Universities Common Entrance test Held in 2 shifts. The CUET is for those candidates who are willing to get in different UG programmes offered by various colleges and universities all over India. In this article , we provide asked Memory Based English Questions in CUET 2022 of 15 July 2022.

CUET English Language Syllabus

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Jumbled Sentence
  • Phrase Replacement
  • Sentence Improvement
  • Cloze Test
  • Fill in the Blanks
  • Wrong Spelt
  • Infinitive, Gerund, Participle
  • Identify the sentence pattern
  • Find out the Error
  • Verb
  • Noun
  • Articles
  • Voices
  • Adverbs
  • Direct & Indirect Speech
  • Subject-Verb Agreement
  • Conjunctions
  • Tenses
  • Phrasal Verbs
  • Idioms and phrases
  • Synonyms & antonyms
  • One-word substitution
  • Onomatopoeia
  • Anaphora
  • Ellipsis
  • Select the correct Voice
  • Error Spotting
  • Repetition
  • Apostrophe
  • British English – American English

CUET 2022 Memory Based English Question Paper with Answers

Q1. Choose the correct synonym of Intricate

(a) Complex

(b) Easy

(c) Rough

(d) Simple

 

Q2. Choose the correct synonym of Incredible

(a) Believable

(b) Unrealistic

(c) Unbelievable

(d) Simple

 

Q3. Choose the correct synonym of Exile

(a) Expel

(b) Rooted

(c) Stay

(d) Keep

 

Q4. She is the apple of my eye.

(a) A person of whom one is extremely proud of

(b) An idiot person

(c) A lovely person

(d) An intelligent person

 

Q5. He is a man of honour.

(a) A person of whom one is extremely proud of

(b) An idiot person

(c) A Respectable person

(d) An intelligent person

Q6. Race against time

(a) a situation in which something must be done before a particular point in time.

(b) No time

(c) An event

(d) A small duration

Q7.

(a) Curiosity

(b) Quriocity

(c) Curioucity

(d) Curiousity

 

Q8.Choose the correct spelt word

(a) Embarased

(b) Embarassed

(c) Embarrassed

(d) Embarrased

 

Q9. Choose the correct spelt word

(a) Honourable

(b) Honorable

(c) Hounorable

(d) Hounrable

 

Q10. 1. It is surprising to note that

  1. AIDS and SARS may hog news

headlines

  1. that kill the most
  2. but it is heart attacks
  3. people in India every year.
  4. This is something to be noted.

(a) RQSP

(b) RPSQ

(c) PRQS

(d) SQPR

 

Q11. Choose the correct spelt word

(a) Enormous

(b) Inormous

(c) Anornous

(d) Enourmous

 

Q12.

(a) Prestige

(b) Precipitate

(c) Prerequisite

(d) Premases

 

Q13. Always ready to attack or quarrel

(a) Creative

(b) Impatient

(c) Aggressive

(d) Malicious

 

Q14. Monotony

(a) Dull

(b) Boring

(c) easy

(d) witty

 

Q15. The plants and vegetation of a region

is called

(a) Flora

(b) Landscape

(c) Ornamental

(d) Fauna

 

Q16.

(a) Indeganeous

(b) Indigenous

(c) Indegenous

(d) Indigenus

 

Q17.

(A) to understand

(B) to many people

(C) threatening and even impossible

(D) grammar appears

(a) CABD

(b) BDCA

(c) DACB

(d) ADBC

 

Q18.

(A) Half its beauty and usefulness

(B) knowledge would lose

(C) without hard toil

(D) if we could acquire it

(a) BADC

(b) DCAB

(c) CBDA

(d) CDBA

 

Q19.

(a) Satelite

(b) Satelitte

(c) Satallite

(d) Satellite

 

Q20. Brutal

(a) Humane

(b) Savage

(c) Sympathetic

(d) Compassionate

 

Q21. When she retired, handed __________ the charge to the Vice- President.

(a) out

(b) across

(c) off

(d) over

 

Q22. This man was an accomplice __________ the thief.

(a) of

(b) in

(c) With

(d) from

 

Q23. The sun is shining brightly, please __________ the light.

(a) take off

(b) put on

(c) put off

(d) put out

 

Q24. The plan is worth considering, think it __________ carefully.

(a) of

(b) on

(c) Off

(d) over

Hence, the correct option is (d).

Q25. Due to heavy rains, water had __________ in the low-lying areas.

(a) gathered

(b) stagnated

(c) assembled

(d) entered

 

Q26. Throw a stone __________ the fierce dog

(a) at

(b) upon

(c) on

(d) above

 

Q27. Many people who __________ practicing photography as a hobby turn it eventually into a livelihood.

(a) resume

(b) prefer

(c) imply

(d) start

 

Q28. I think I am __________ young to get married.

(a) Much

(b) too

(c) more

(d) very

 

 

Q29. Communism and Socialism have always __________ the sermons of economic equality.

(a) said

(b) instructed

(c) preached

(d) obeyed

 

Q30. (a) Sheeps are economically useful/ (b) and so they are reared/ (c) for wool and meat./ (d) No error.

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q31. (a) I shall not go to party tonight/ (b) since I have many works to complete/ (c) before I give presentation tomorrow./ (d) No error.

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q32. (a) Even after the enactment of several Acts and Provisions /(b) we can see five years old boys/ (c) working in hazardous factories./ (d) No error.

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q33. (a) She wears spectacle/ (b) and so she was unable to see the gansgter/ (c) that

attacked her last night./ (d) No error.

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q34. (a) All the furnitures have been/ (b) sold for a song/ (c) as we were in a hurry to leave the town./ (d) No error.

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q35. (a) The ticket window/ (b) remained closed / (c)throughout the day./ (d) No error.

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q36. (a) I think this/ (b) is not your book. / (c) It is some body’s else./ (d) No error.

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q37. (a) Towns after towns were/ (b) conquered / (c) by him but he found no peace./ (d) No error.

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q38. (a) When we reached the fair/ (b) we found that there / (c) was no place to stand./ (d) No error.

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q39. (a) My cousin brother is a cheater/ (b) and he / (c) cheats his family members and friends too./ (d) No error.

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q40. A process involving too much official

formality is called

(a) Nepotism

(b) Diplomacy

(c) Bureaucracy

(d) Red-tapism

Q41. A thing which is not suitable for

Eating is called

(a) Spicy

(b) Tasteless

(c) Uneatable

(d) Inedible

 

Q42. A person who deliberately sets fire to a building is

(a) Arsonist

(b) Extortionist

(c) Hijacker

(d) Assassin

 

Q43. A recurrent compulsive urge to steal.

(a) Kleptomania

(b) Pneumonia

(c) Insomnia

(d) Nymphomania

 

Q44. That which cannot be avoided is

Called

(a) Inevitable

(b) Unrestrained

(c) Unvarying

(d) Integral

 

Directions: The questions below consist of a set of labeled sentences. Out of the four options given, select the most logical order of the sentences to form a coherent paragraph.

 

Q45. (P) By way of indulgence, by the order dated October 23, 2018.

(Q) To the extended time limit of 60 days plus, as was given.

(R) No intention, at the very least, of adhering to the time limit of 120 days or

(S) It is clear that the three Reliance companies had.

(a) PQRS

(b) RPSQ

(c) SRQP

(d) SQPR

 

Q46. (P) By way of indulgence, by the order dated October 23, 2018.

(Q) To the extended time limit of 60 days plus, as was given.

(R) No intention, at the very least, of adhering to the time limit of 120 days or

(S) It is clear that the three Reliance companies had

(a) PQRS

(b) RPSQ

(c) SRQP

(d) SQPR

 

Q47. (P) Also excluded are people whose families

(Q) A gross annual income of ₹8 lakh or more will be excluded from the quota

(R) Own five acre or more of agriculture land

(S) Families in the general category earning

(a) PQRS

(b) RPSQ

(c) SRQP

(d) SQPR

 

Q48. (P) The question was vital to the Ayodhya case and.

(Q) The three-judge Bench, holding that.

(R) Should be answered by a Constitution Bench.

(S) Justice Nazeer had delivered the dissenting opinion on.

(a) PQRS

(b) RPSQ

(c) SRQP

(d) SQPR

Q49. One who takes care of a building is called

(a) Janitor

(b) Manager

(c) Warden

(d) Beadle

 

Q50. An assembly of worshippers

(a) Configuration

(b) Confrontation

(c) Congregation

(d) Conflagration

 

Q51. (a) Neither of them/ (b) sent their papers/ (c) in time for the last seminar/ (d) No error

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q52. (a) He is one of those few post-colonial writer who believes/ (b) that this talk about colonialism has gone too far/ (c) and has turned into a cliche./ (d) No error

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q53. (a) Neither of them/ (b) are going to attend/ (c) the party on 10th October/ (d) No error

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q54. (a) If Mahatma Gandhi/ (b) was alive, he would feel sorry for the poor and downtrodden

who/(c) still struggle everyday to make both ends meet. / (d) No Error

(a) a

(b) b

(c) c

(d) d

 

Q55. My Nigerian friend, Fela, is having trouble finding work here in London, but he says if push comes to shove he can always __________

(a) go to jail

(b) win the lottery

(c) end of the journey that is life

(d) go back to Nigeria

 

Q56. The sound effects __________ by the recording director.

(a) are provided

(b) being provide

(c) been provided

(d) provided

 

Q57. The hunter killed two __________ for dinner.

(a) flour

(b) fowl

(c) foul

(d) fool

 

Q58. China is a big country, in area it is bigger than any other country __________ Russia.

(a) accept

(b) except

(c) expect

(d) access

 

Q59. Saibal has got an extensive to finish writing his thesis.

(a) an extended

(b) an extention

(c) an extension

(d) No improvement

 

Q60. “I would like to tell you about this my friend,” said John.

(a) this friend of mine

(b) the friend of mine

(c) this friend

(d) No improvement

 

Q61. The two thieves distributed the loot between themselves.

(a) with themselves

(b) amongst themselves

(c) among themselves

(d) No improvement

 

Directions The questions below consist of a set of labeled sentences. Out of the four options given, select the most logical order of the sentences to form a coherent paragraph.

 

Q62. (P) By way of indulgence, by the order dated October 23, 2018.

(Q) To the extended time limit of 60 days plus, as was given.

(R) No intention, at the very least, of adhering to the time limit of 120 days or

(S) It is clear that the three Reliance companies had.

(a) PQRS

(b) RPSQ

(c) SRQP

(d) SQPR

Q63. (P) By way of indulgence, by the order dated October 23, 2018.

(Q) To the extended time limit of 60 days plus, as was given.

(R) No intention, at the very least, of adhering to the time limit of 120 days or

(S) It is clear that the three Reliance companies had

(a) PQRS

(b) RPSQ

(c) SRQP

(d) SQPR

 

Q64. (P) Also excluded are people whose families

(Q) A gross annual income of ₹8 lakh or more will be excluded from the quota

(R) Own five acre or more of agriculture land

(S) Families in the general category earning

(a) PQRS

(b) RPSQ

(c) SRQP

(d) SQPR

 

Q65. (P) Also excluded are people whose families.

(Q) A gross annual income of ₹8 lakh or more will be excluded from the quota.

(R) Own five acre or more of agriculture land.

(S) Families in the general category earning.

(a) PQRS

(b) RPSQ

(c) SRQP

(d) SQPR

 

Q66. (P) The question was vital to the Ayodhya case and.

(Q) The three-judge Bench, holding that.

(R) Should be answered by a Constitution Bench.

(S) Justice Nazeer had delivered the dissenting opinion on.

(a) PQRS

(b) RPSQ

(c) SRQP

(d) SQPR

 

Q67. (P) The question was vital to the Ayodhya case and.

(Q) The three-judge Bench, holding that.

(R) Should be answered by a Constitution Bench.

(S) Justice Nazeer had delivered the dissenting opinion on.

(a) PQRS

(b) RPSQ

(c) SRQP

(d) SQPR

 

Q68. One who takes care of a building is called

(a) Janitor

(b) Manager

(c) Warden

(d) Beadle

Q69. An assembly of worshippers

(a) Configuration

(b) Confrontation

(c) Congregation

(d) Conflagration

 

Q70. One who possesses many talents is Called

(a) Versatile

(b) Unique

(c) Dexterous

(d) Attractive

 

Q71. Incapable of being approached is

Called

(a) Inaccessible

(b) Inadmissible

(c) Irresistible

(d) Illegal

 

Q72. One who lives/survives on others/other lives is called

(a) Expatriate

(b) Pesticide

(c) Parasite

(d) Refugee

 

Q73. A proficient public speaker is called

(a) Curator

(b) Orator

(c) Narrator

(d) Arbitrator

 

Q74. Unfair advantages for members of one’s own family is called

(a) Optimism

(b) Plagiarism

(c) Nepotism

(d) Regionalism

 

Q75. Always ready to attack or quarrel

(a) Creative

(b) Impatient

(c) Aggressive

(d) Malicious

Hence, the correct option is (c).

Q76. Fluent and clear in speech

(a) Emotional

(b) Enthusiastic

(c) Articulate

(d) Confident

 

Q77. One who eats both vegetables and Meat

(a) Omnivorous

(b) Vegevorous

(c) Herbivorous

(d) Carnivorous

 

Q78. Did the child __________ from the chair?

(a) fell

(b) fallen

(c) falling

(d) fall

 

Q79. I asked him if I __________ borrow his car for a day.

(a) will

(b) could

(c) can

(d) should

 

Q80. I want __________ me the truth.

(a) to tell

(b) you at once tell

(c) that you tell

(d) you to tell.

 

Q81. My younger brother is good

__________ Mathematics

(a) at

(b) into

(c) on

(d) with

 

Q82. He __________ his living by hard

work.

(a) earns

(b) wins

(c) Creates

(d) ables

Q83. Do you __________ to see my collections?

(a) cared

(b) like

(c) want

(d) got

Hence, the correct option is (c).

Q84. Regular exercise is conducive __________ health.

(a) In

(b) to

(c) for

(d) of

 

Q85. The government must __________ all resources of energy.

(a) collect

(b) gather

(c) muster

(d) harness

.

Q86. Poets have compared this world __________ a stage.

(a) with

(b) to

(c) by

(d) on

 

Q87. The telephone kept __________ ringing, but no one attended.

(a) off

(b) on

(c) up

(d) up with

 

Q88. You should not confide __________ stranger.

(a) in

(b) to

(c) with

(d) by

 

Q89. Children below the age of fourteen should be __________ sent to school.

(a) compel

(b) compulsory

(c) compulsively

(d) compulsorily

 

Q90. The headmaster congratulated Rajan __________ getting the merit scholarship.

(a) for

(b) about

(c) with

(d) on

 

Q91. The headmaster congratulated Rajan __________ getting the merit scholarship.

(a) for

(b) about

(c) with

(d) on

 

Q92. The police offered a __________ for information about the stolen money.

(a) reward

(b) award

(c) profit

(d) prize

 

 

Q93. I __________ hard to establish the validity of the theory since morning.

(a) have been trying

(b) had tried

(c) tried

(d) am trying

 

Q94. Sachin was standing ________ me.

(a) aside (b) next

(c) beside (d) besides

 

Q95. __________ of defense personnel would be given transfers to their place of choice.

(a) Friends

(b) Wives

(c) Husbands

(d) Spouses

 

Q96. It is our duty to get __________ the truth.

(a) to

(b) over

(c) Into

(d) at

 

Q97. A thorough search of the aircraft was carried __________ in the airport.

(a) out

(b) off

(c) on

(d) along

 

 

Q98. Discrimination __________ any form should be avoided.

(a) of

(b) by

(c) From

(d) in

 

Q99. I wish I __________ her to clean the room.

(a) have asking

(b) have asked

(c) asked

(d) had asked

 

Q100. He drained what was left __________ his drink.

(a) from

(b) in

(c) of

(d) off

 

Q101. Vinay does not play cricket and __________ does Yeshwant.

(a) So

(b) also

(c) Either

(d) neither

 

Q102. My windows look __________ the garden.

(a) up on

(b) out on

(c) In

(d) at

 

Q103. The police pushed the people back to make __________ for Prime Minister’s car to pass.

(a) passage

(b) way

(c) place

(d) area.

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