Q1. Choose the antonym of the given word.
Q2. Choose the synonym of the given word.
Q3. Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
A bird of passage
(a) A person of Great importance
(b) An evil person
(c) A person who travels widely
(d) A weak person
Q4. Complete the following sentence by choosing the appropriate verb forms:
Mr Indrajeet Gupta …… that he ……truth to those people.
(a) claims, spoke
(b) claimed, spoke
(c) had claimed, had spoke
(d) will claim, speak
Q5. Choose the correct synonym of the word ‘Exile’.
Q6. Choose the correct word from the words given below.
We heard…… of trumpets.
Q7. Which method is based on the theory “from example to generalization”?
(a) Deductive Method
(b) Inductive Method
(c) Inductive Deductive Method
(d) Incidental Method
Q8. Find the meaning of the following idiom given in option.
To read between the lines
(a) to suspect
(b) to read carefully
(c) to understand the hidden meaning of the word
(d) to do useless things
Q9. Identify the underlined part of speech.
The burglar disappeared with the cash.
(a) Transitive verb
(b) Intransitive verb
(c) Linking verb
(d) Auxiliary verb
Q10. Pick out the incorrectly spelt word.
Gentle is opposite of Brutal.
Misleading is synonym of deceptive.
A bird of passage a person who travels widely.
Mr. Inderjeeet Gupta claims that he spoke truth to those people.
Banishment is correct synonym of the word Exile.
We heard peal of trumpets.
To understand the hidden meaning of the word.
In Transitive verb.
Tragedy is correct.