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English MCQs Questions And Answers

English-Questions

Q1. Identify the best way to improve the bold part of the given sentence. If there is no improvement required, select ‘no improvement’.

As far as women of India do not take part in public life, there can be no salvation for the country.

  1. No improvement
  2. No sooner
  3. As long as
  4. As soon as

Q2. In the following question, out of the four alternatives choose the one which can be substituted for the given words or sentence.

Pertaining to cattle.

  1. Canine
  2. Feline
  3. Bovine
  4. Verminous

Q3. Choose the most appropriate option to change the narration (direct or indirect) of the given sentence.

Anuj said, “I was walking along the Street.”

  1. Anuj said he has been walking along the Street.
  2. Anuj said he would be walking along the Street.
  3. Anuj said he might be walking along the Street.
  4. Anuj said he had been walking along the Street.

Q4. Select the most appropriate idiom (in the context) to fill in the sentence.

Many people ________________ when they lost their job in the pandemic.

  1. Bit the dust
  2. Decked up
  3. Out of the wood
  4. Went to the moon

Q5. Given below are four jumbled sentences. Pick the option that gives their correct order.

  1. Many Buddhist tourists come to Kushinagar from all over the world.
  2. Most of them travel to Kushinagar by land.
  3. Giving access to cities like Kushinagar will always give a helping hand to tourism.
  4. I am sure a lot of good experience will come from Sri Lanka,” said Namal Rajapaksa, who is leading a delegation from Sri Lanka.

(a)RQPS

(b)SPQR

(c)QSPR

(d)PQRS

Q6. Identify the segment in the sentence, which contains the grammatical error.

Fish and chips are the favourite dish of many people in Britain.

  1. Fish and chips
  2. many people
  3. in Britain.
  4. are favourite

Q7. Choose the most appropriate option to change the voice (active or passive) form of the given sentence.

Indian bowlers thrashed Pakistan batsmen.

  1. Pakistan batsmen are thrashed by the Indian bowlers.
  2. Pakistan batsmen were thrashed by the Indian bowlers.
  3. Pakistan batsmen were being thrashed by the Indian bowlers.
  4. Pakistan batsmen are being thrashed by the Indian bowlers.

Q8. Select the most appropriate idiom (in the context) to fill in the sentence.

Rajesh ___________________ to get a job.

  1. Bite the bullet
  2. Strained every nerve
  3. Can’t cut the mustard
  4. Doing the rounds

Q9. Identify the segment in the sentence, which contains the grammatical error.

As Poland’s Constitutional Court declared the Polish Constitution superior than EU laws, France is reportedly planning to slap sanctions.

  1. reportedly planning
  2. Constitution superior
  3. than EU laws
  4. No error

Q10. Select the antonym of ‘Exonerate’.

  1. Forgive
  2. Release
  3. Accuse
  4. Free

Solutions

S1. Ans (c)

Sol. The correct answer is option c.

Replace ‘As far as’ with ‘As long as’ to make the sentence grammatically correct

As far as – with regard to.

For example – As far as I am concerned it is no big deal”

As long as    – We use as long as to refer to the intended duration of a plan or idea, most commonly referring to the future.

For example – I’ll remember that film as long as I live.

S2. Ans (c)

Sol. The correct answer is option c.

Bovine – Pertaining to cattle.

Whereas, meaning of other words –

Canine – relating to or resembling a dog or dogs.

Feline – relating to or affecting cats or other members of the cat family.

Verminous – covered with insects.

Option (c) portrays the same meaning as that of the given group of words & hence it is the correct choice.

S3. Ans (d)

Sol. The correct answer is option d.

Tense- Past Continuous (Subject +was/were+V1 +ing+ Object) changes to Past perfect continuous (Subject +had been+V1 +ing+ Object).

The sentence thus formed is – Anuj said he had been walking along the Street.

S4. Ans (a)

Sol. The correct answer is option a.

Bite the dust – It is an idiomatic expression which means, ‘fail, or be defeated or destroyed, fail or come to an end’.

Something that is routinely undone and, therefore, never progresses.

As per the context, the idiom – ‘Bit the dust’ best fits in the given sentence.

Hence, option (a) is the correct choice.

S5. Ans (d)

Sol. The correct answer is option d.

The proper sequence is- PQRS.

S6. Ans (d)

Sol. The correct answer is option d.

The error lies in part (d) of the sentence.

Replace ‘Are’ with ‘Is’ to make the sentence grammatically and contextually correct.

If the two nouns are joined by ‘and’ represent a singular idea, then the verb is singular.

S7. Ans (b)

Sol. The correct answer is option b.

The given sentence is in Past Simple Tense.

Structure in active voice    – Subject + V2+ object.

Structure in passive voice – Object+ was/were V3+ by + subject.

The sentence thus formed is – Pakistan batsmen were thrashed by the Indian bowlers.

S8. Ans (b)

Sol. The correct answer is option b.

Strained every nerve – It is an idiomatic expression which means, ‘to make the greatest possible effort.’

As per the context, the idiom – ‘Strained every nerve’ best fits in the given sentence.

Hence, option (b) is the correct choice.

S9. Ans (c)

Sol. The correct answer is option c.

The error lies in part (c) of the sentence.

Replace ‘Than’ with ‘To’ to make the sentence grammatically correct.

There are certain words ‘Senior, junior, inferior, prior’ that take the preposition ‘To’ and not ‘Than’.

S10. Ans (c)

Sol. The correct answer is option c.

Exonerate – to relieve of a responsibility, obligation, or hardship.

Synonyms – absolve, acquit, clear, discharge, exculpate, exempt, forgive, free, liberate, pardon, pardon, release, set free.

Antonyms – accuse, bind, charge, compel, condemn, convict, impeach, inculpate, obligate, oblige.

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The antonym of ‘Exonerate’

Exonerate - to relieve of a responsibility, obligation, or hardship.