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1) Select the correctly spelt word.

(a) Frequensy

(b) Acquirum

(c) Secquence

(d) Bouquet

2) Identify the segment in the given sentence which contains the grammatical error.

Have I ever told you what lovely pickles my grandmother used to made when she was in Visakhapatnam?

(a) used to made

(b) when she was in

(c) what lovely pickles

(d) Have I ever told you

3) Select the option that will improve the segment in bold of the given sentence. In

case no improvement is needed, select ‘No improvement.’

There is a double-digit growth in salaries of vocational jobs now and the trend are likely to continue in the coming years.

(a) is likely for continuing

(b) is likely to continue

(c) is like to be continued

(d) No improvement

4) Select the option that will improve the segment in bold of the given sentence. In

case no improvement is needed, select ‘No improvement.’.

His uncle advised Naveen to keep away from involving himself in the controversy.

(a) that he keeps away for

(b) No improvement

(c) from keep away in

(d) for keep away from

5)  Select the word which means the same as the group of words given.

A group of people who have come together in a religious building for worship and prayer

(a) Congregation

(b) Throng

(c) Multitude

(d) Crowd

6) Select the most appropriate meaning of the idiom given in bold in the given

sentence.

Anujumped the gun and announced their plans at the dinner table.

(a) acted hastily

(b) ate quickly

(c) started shooting

(d) shouted loudly

7) Identify the segment in the given sentence which contains the grammatical error.

Aryan told Sriram, “Don’t worry I can be able to climb that tree to reach the fruit.”

(a) to reach the fruit

(b) I can be able to

(c) Don’t worry

(d) climb that tree

8) Select the most appropriate ANTONYM of the given word.

HEINOUS

(a) Agreeable

(b) Biased

(c) Unwilling

(d) Unhealthy

9) Select the option that is the direct form of the given sentence.

The child asked his mother if he could swim in the pool there.

(a) The child asked his mother, “May I swim in the pool here?”

(b) The child asked his mother, “Could he swim in the pool there?”

(c) The child asked to his mother, “Can he swim in the pool there?”

(d) The child said to his mother, “Will I swim in the pool here?”

10) Given below are four jumbled sentences. Select the option that gives their correct order.

A) So, clearly, where you get your news from matters, since you can’t possibly be expected to verify and authenticate every bit of ‘news’ you receive.

B) Are you really sure those apparently sound bits of medical advice you received as forwards would pass muster with your doctor?

C) Yet we do often forward these in the belief that we are doing a good deed to our friends and relatives.

D) Being educated is no guarantee against falling prey to fake news.

(a) CADB

(b) DBCA

(c) BACD

(d) ACBD

Answers :

1) Answer: D

The correct answer is option (d).

The correctly spelt word is – Bouquet.

The remaining words which are incorrectly spelt are –

Frequensy–Frequency

Acquirum–Aquarium

Secquence –Sequence

2) Answer: A

The correct answer is option (a).

The error lies in part `a’ of the sentence.

`To’ is followed by the first form of the verb (to + V1) in an infinitive. Hence replace `made with `make’ to make the sentence grammatically correct.

3) Answer: B

The correct answer is option (b).

Replace `Are’ with `is’ to make the sentence grammatically correct. The noun `Trend’ is singular it should be followed by a `singular’ verb. Hence, usage of `are’ is incorrect.

4) Answer: B

The correct answer is option (b).

The given sentence is correct.

To keep away from – It is a phrase which means, ` To maintain a physical separation, as between two or more people or things.To avoid something, usually because it is harmful or dangerous.

As per the context of the sentence, the usage of given phrase is correct & hence option `b’ is the correct choice.

5) Answer: A

The correct answer is option (a).

Congregation – a group of people assembled for religious worship.

Option `a’ depicts the same meaning as that of the group of given words. Hence, option `a’ is the correct choice.

6) Answer: A

The correct answer is option (a).

Jump the gun – It is an idiomatic expression which means to do something too soon, especially without thinking carefully about it.

Option `a’ depicts the appropriate meaning of the given idiom & hence is the correct choice.

7) Answer: B

The correct answer is option (b).

The error lies in part `b’ of the sentence. Usage of `Can & able’ together is wrong.

Can – It is a modal verb which means ‘to be able to’. `Can’ it itself means `able to’.

Remove ` be able to’ or replace ‘can be’ with ‘am’ to make the sentence grammatically correct.

8) Answer: A

The correct answer is option (a).

Heinous – very bad and shocking.

Synonyms – wicked, evil.

Antonyms – admirable, acceptable, agreeable, alluring.

9) Answer: A

The correct answer is option (a).

The given sentence is in indirect speech. In indirect speech, we convey the message of the

speaker in our own words to another person. In direct speech, we convey the message of

the speaker in his own actual words without any change to another person. We need to

covert the given sentence in direct speech. As the given sentence is in indirect form.

Rules for conversion of Indirect Speech to Direct Speech –

The given sentence is ‘interrogative Sentence.’

The reporting verb,” asked”remains unchanged.

Remove the conjunctions (if)

Reported speech changes to – “He” from “I”

Put a comma before the statement.

‘There’ changes to ‘Here’.

10) Answer: B

The correct answer is option b.

The correct sequence is – DBCA.

D – it is the opening sentence as it informs about the topic i.e. being educated doesn’t mean that one can’t fall prey to fake news.

B– it gives an example that we received forwarded messages that sounds as a medical advice & though we are not sure of those forwarded messages.

C – it continues further that even though we are not sure, we sent those messages to friends & relatives because of our belief that we are doing good. Hence, BC forms the pair.

A – in this part, it concludes by saying that source of news matters since we can’t verify the news that we receive.

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