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5. He was good to be a
Directions : Questions (1-10)
contain sentences with a blank.
Options (1), (2), (3) and (4) have
words/phrases which complete
these sentences. Darken the
number which provides the right
1. he would say if he learnt
that his spectacles were broken, I
kept silent about it.
(1) Knowing what
(2) Thinking what
(3) Thinking that
(4) Learning what
2. I would hand over the
money to the police.
(1) If I was you
(2) If I am you
(3) If I were you
(4) If I would have been you
3. had he entered the hotel
than it started raining hard.
(3) No sooner
4. Had you the faintest idea of how
much you have hurt her feelings,
(1) not have acted the way you
(2) have acted that way
6. he seen it rain so hard!
(1) Not before and all
(3) Never before had
(4) Before and all
7. several early setbacks, he
went to complete his education.
(1) Despite of
8. I never met him in all my
(3) In the fact
(4) To tell you the truth
9. Lend your ears, your
(1) not but
(2) only not
(3) but not
(4) alone, never
10. He went to the tree several
times, found anything
miraculous about it.
(3) and always
(4) but never
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Directions : Questions (11-20)
are designed to test your ability
to use the right prefix. Darken
the correct option from (1), (2),
(3) and (4). The meaning of the
desired word is given in the
11. The judge described the story of
the witness as ... (something that
cannot be believed)
12. The police tried to ... the tension
by keeping a low profile.
(prevent from becoming
13. Good teachers don't just fill in
facts. They ... a purpose into the
lives of their students. (to fill)
14. Grammatically this sentence is
acceptable, but some of the
words you have used are ... (old
15. We were left with no ... but to
walk in the rain. (no other
16. His grandfather left him with a
.... amount of money. (huge)
17. The doctors did not find
anything .... in his behaviour
18. His gastric problems were
(cannot be cured)
19. Man has always dreamt of ... the
world. (to go round)
20. The minister refused to express
his opinion on the matter as it
was ... (to be under the active
consideration of a law court)
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