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English MCQs Questions And Answers: ఆంధ్రప్రదేశ్ మరియు తెలంగాణ లో అత్యంత ముఖ్యమైన మరియు ప్రతిష్టాత్మకమైన పరీక్షలు పోలీస్ మరియు గ్రూప్-1,2,3 అలాగే UPSC లలోనికి చాలా మంది ఆశావహులు ఈ ప్రతిష్టాత్మక ఉద్యోగాల్లో కి ప్రవేశించడానికి ఆసక్తి చూపుతారు.దీనికి పోటీ ఎక్కువగా ఉండడం కారణంగా, అధిక వెయిటేజీ సంబంధిత సబ్జెక్టులను ఎంచుకుని స్మార్ట్ అధ్యయనంతో ఉద్యోగం పొందవచ్చు. ఈ పరీక్షలలో ముఖ్యమైన అంశాలు అయిన పౌర శాస్త్రం , చరిత్ర , భూగోళశాస్త్రం, ఆర్ధిక శాస్త్రం, సైన్సు మరియు విజ్ఞానం, సమకాలీన అంశాలు చాల ముఖ్యమైన పాత్ర పోషిస్తాయి. కాబట్టి Adda247, ఈ అంశాలకి సంబంధించిన కొన్ని ముఖ్యమైన ప్రశ్నలను మీకు అందిస్తుంది. ఈ పరీక్షలపై ఆసక్తి ఉన్న అభ్యర్థులు  దిగువ ఉన్న ప్రశ్నలను పరిశీలించండి.

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English MCQs Questions And Answers


Directions (1-5): In each of the questions given below a sentence is given which is then divided into five parts out of which last part is correct. There are errors in some parts of the sentence out of which only one part is correct. You must choose the part as your answer.

Q1. One of biggest (A)/problem we face at (B)/ our country is our(C)/ inability for (D)/work in teams(E).

(a) One of biggest
(b) problem we face at
(c) our country is our
(d) inability for
(e) All are incorrect

Q2. The market condition when (A)/good and services are (B)/ not free available(C) /and thus the prices is (D)/ relatively high is seller’s market. (E)

(a) The market condition when
(b) good and services are
(c) not free available
(d) and thus the prices is
(e) All are incorrect

Q3. The Head of Government (A)/of countries (B) /which are member (C) /of the Commonwealth meet for the (D) /awareness on social issues. (E)

(a) The head of Government
(b) of countries
(c) which are member
(d) of the Commonwealth meet for the
(e) All are incorrect

Q4. New knowledge and new ways (A)/ for understanding the world (B)/, of good or bad(C)/, have always been (D)/part of every society. (E)

(a) New knowledge and new ways
(b) for understanding the world
(c) of good or bad
(d) have always been
(e) All are incorrect

Q5. The Partition and the (A) /bloodletting who accompanied (B) /our Independence take up(C)/ many of the(D) /energy of our founders. (E)

(a) The partition and the
(b) bloodletting who accompanied
(c) our Independence take up
(d) many of the
(e) All are incorrect

Directions (6-10): In each of the question given below a/an idiom/phrase is given in bold which is then followed by five options which try to decipher its meaning as used in the sentence. Choose the option which gives the meaning of the phrase most appropriately in context of the given sentence.

Q6. The police were on the criminal’s trail but in the end he managed to give them the slip.

(a) Escape

(b) Postpone

(c) Trial

(d) Caught

(e) Inspect

Q7. They go to the beach when they should be hitting the books and then they wonder why they get low marks.

(a) Scrutinizing

(b) Studying

(c) Reflecting

(d) Chew over

(e) Exploring

Q8. You should hold your horses before buying this car.

(a) Invest

(b) Driving

(c) Patient

(d) Saving

(e) Riding

Q9. That old car is a dead ringer for the one we used to own.

(a) Varied

(b) Mismatched

(c) Fabricated

(d) Mastered

(e) Duplicate

Q10. I’d like to do dry run with this speech before I present it to the whole company.

(a) Rehearsal

(b) Operation

(c) Interpret

(d) Fulfill

(e) Complete


S1. Ans.(c)
Sol. There are errors in parts (A), (B) and (D). There is no error in part (C) .
Part (A) must be ‘one of the biggest’. Usage of article ‘the’ is necessary before superlative degree of the word ‘big’.
Part (B) must be ‘problem we face in’
Part (D) must be ‘inability to’.
Hence option (c) is the correct answer.

S2. Ans.(a)
Sol. There are errors in parts (B),(C) and (D).
Part (A) is free of error.
The correction is as follows:
Part (B) must be goods and services.
Part (C) must be not freely available.
Part (D) must be and thus the prices are.

S3. Ans.(d)
Sol. Only part (D) of the sentence is correct. Parts (A), (B) and (C) are erroneous.
In the part (A), the Heads of Government must be used as there are more than one country. So, there should be more than one head.
In the part (B), of the countries must be used. The usage of article ‘the’ is required.
In the part (C), which are members must be used because we are not talking about a singular country instead a plural noun that is, countries so its members.

S4. Ans.(a)
Sol. Only part (A) is correct.
In the part (B) the preposition ‘for’ must be replaced by ‘of’ whereas in the part (C) the preposition ‘of’ must be replaced by ‘for’. In the part (D), ‘have’ must be replaced with ‘has’ since this verb takes the form of new knowledge and new ways.

S5. Ans.(a)
Sol. Except the part (a), all other options are erroneous.
Since the partition and bloodletting are uncountable nouns it will take a conjunction ‘that’ and not ‘who’ in part (B).
Furthermore in the part (C),our Independence took up. This is so because these events have already happened in the past.
In the part (D), ‘many of the must’ be replaced by ‘much of the’.

S6. Ans.(a)
Sol. The most appropriate phrase/word that deciphers the meaning of the highlighted idiom/phrase is “escape” as “to give them a slip” means to “escape”. Thus, the sentence means that the police were on the criminal’s trail but in the end he managed to escape from the police. All the other words do not convey the appropriate meaning.

S7. Ans.(b)
Sol. “Hitting the books” means to study especially in time of tests and exams. Here the sentence means implying the meaning of the idiom as “They go to the beach when they should be studying real hard and then they wonder why they don’t get good marks.”

S8. Ans.(c)
Sol. ’Hold your horses’ means be patient. The idiom can be used with any person/subject—hold one’s horses—so you could say, “I’ve got to hold my horses,” “they better hold their horses,” “he can’t hold his horses,” etc. It can be used when someone is asking you, or putting pressure on you, to do something.

S9. Ans.(e)
Sol. “Dead ringer” is an idiom which means duplicate or an exact copy; a person or thing that closely resembles another. It means “an exact duplicate” and derives from 19th-century horse-racing slang for a horse presented “under a false name and pedigree”; “ringer” was a late nineteenth-century term for a duplicate, usually with implications of dishonesty, and “dead” in this case means “precise”, as in “dead center”.

S10. Ans. (a)
Sol. “Dry run” is an idiom which means a rehearsal of a performance or procedure before the real one. Used in terms of performances as well as a corporate jargon which means to give something a trial before it is actually launched. Rest all the options fail to satisfy the given idiom.



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