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1 She cannot talk ______ walk at the same time. and because if except
2 What are you wearing to the party? ______ Wear wearing tuxedos. Formal dress wearing we are. We are wearing suits. I wear a black suit.
3 Find the word is very close to CONGRATULATING Requesting Nodding Bidding Felicitating
4 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(GARNER) Distribute Decorate Preserve Collect
5 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(LETHARGY) Laxity Impassivity Serenity Listlessness
6 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(MORIBUND) Stagnant Gloomy Dying Superfluous
7 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �( VERATE ) Scold Judge Downgrade Deny
8 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(REBATE) Loss Refund Compensation Discount
9 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(WHIM) Fancy Clumsy Desire Strange behaviour
10 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(DISSOLUTE) Distant Repulsive Honest Immoral
11 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(FALSE) Defective Untrue Incorrect Inaccurate
12 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(NIGGARD) Miser Loyal Divine Shrewd
13 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(EFFACE) Wipe out Weaken Insult Repair
14 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(BAFFLE) Tease Trick Puzzle Hoodwink
15 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(WARY) Tried Distorted Vigilant Sad
16 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(ICON ) Monument Memorial Painting Statue
17 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(HANKER) Denounce Debar Renounce Desire
18 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(WAN) Tired Strong Cheeful Unhappy
19 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(HEDGE) Curse Injure Evade Harm
20 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(BAWDY) inspire Enjoy Encourage Ridicule
21 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(COGNOSCENTE) Speculator Teacher Critic Preacher
22 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(BUFF) Polish Insult Injure Sweep
23 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(FANCIFUL) Unreal Faithful Glorious Eccentric
24 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(AVARICIOUS) Abundant Envious Greedy Unwilling
25 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(BIZARRE) Happy Grotesque Refined Boisterous
26 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(ZANY) Magisian Pet Thief Clown
27 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(LANGUISH) Condemn Condone Console Decline
28 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(DAUB) Publish Advertise paint Propagate
29 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(RAP) Transfer Criticise Advise Participate
30 Choose the one which is nearest to the meaning of word �(BOTCH) Borrow Promote Collect Bungle
31 Find the word is very close to CONGRATULATING Requesting Nodding Bidding Felicitating
32 Choose the word which is more close to the meaning of WAIVED Harsh Assertive Waves Condoned
33 Which is the synonym of RIDICULOUS? Absurd Spoilt Crazy Sarcastic
34 Find the equivalent of VELOCITY Speed Hurry Race Flight
35 Find the equivalent of ACCESSIBLE Acceptable Believable Approachable Thinkable
36 Find the word nearest in meaning to DAMSEL Hag Witch Maiden Bitch
37 Choose the word nearest in meaning to HOSPTTALITY Generosity Frivolity Trail Treatment
38 Find the synonym of CROWD Capacity Collect Group Coward
39 Find the equivalent of PRAY Permit Allow Request Search
40 Find the equivalent of CITE Incident Attend Quote Consider
41 Find the equivalent of CANDID Vague Anxious Frank Calm
42 Find the word nearest in meaning to ADORN Design Arrange Pattern Decorate
43 Find the word nearest in meaning to KEEN Wake Sharp Fond Eager
44 Find the antonym of JEALOUSY Tolerance Enjoyment Aware Rustic
45 Find the antonym of HATE Dislike Love Display Loathe
46 Find the word most opposite in meaning to JEER Praise Mourning Sneer Mock
47 Find the antonym of UNCOUTH Awkward Courteous Unfamiliar Crude
48 Find the word most opposite in meaning to ROBUST Sound Feeble Inadequate Militant
49 Choose the antonym of CURB Notorious Quarrelsome Promote Drunken
50 Choose the antonym of WORSE Best Weak Better Sick
51 Find the antonym of MORTAL Defend Decide Decline Attend
52 Find a word most opposite in meaning to DISEASED Sickness Wealthy Healthy Decided
53 Find the antonym of ATTACK Marriage Dead Marble Immortal
54 Find the antonym of NIMBLE Lazy Active Smart Strong
55 Find the antonym of RAPID Fast Slow Lazy Short
56 Choose the antonym of FLOAT Fly Flight Sluggish Sink
57 Find the antonym of RECEIVE Forego Joyless Tolerate Repair
58 Find the antonym of CERTAIN Declining Effective Doubtful Sure
59 Find the antonym of ACTIVE Lengthy Smart Lazy Wonderful
60 Find the antonym of SAVAGE Sober Sincere Civilized Tiring
61 Choose which is the Correct Passive or Active Voice of � (He teaches us Grammar) Grammar is taught to us by him We are being taught Grammar by him Grammar is being taught us by him We are taught Grammar by him
62 Choose which is the Correct Passive or Active Voice of � (Have the box broken) Have the broken box Broken the box Get someone to break the box They have broken the box
63 Choose which is the Correct Passive or Active Voice of � (His pocket has been picked) They have his pocket picked Picking has been done to his pocket Picked has been his pocket Someone has been picked his pocket
64 Choose which is the Correct Passive or Active Voice of � (I know him) He is know by me He was known to me He has been known by me He is known to me
65 Choose which is the Correct Passive or Active Voice of � (Who is creating this mess) Who has created this mess? By whom has this mess been created? By whom this mess is being created? By whom is this mess being created?
66 Choose which is the Correct Passive or Active Voice of � (Why do you waste time) Why is time wasted by you? Why is time been wasted by you? Why has been wasted by you? Why is time being wasted by you?
67 Choose which is the Correct Passive or Active Voice of � (Who teaches you English) By whom were you taught English? By whom are you taught English? English is taught by whom? By whom will you be taught English?
68 Choose which is the Correct Passive or Active Voice of -( We hope that we shall win the match) The match is hoped to be won Match Winning is our hope It is hoped that the match will be won by us Winning the match is hoped by us
69 Choose which is the Correct Passive or Active Voice of - (It is time to ring the bell) It is time the bell rings It is being time to ring the bell It is time for the bell to ring It is time for the bell to be rung
70 Choose which is the Correct Passive or Active Voice of -(I saw him leaving the house) He had been seen leaving the house He was seen to be leaving the house Leaving the house he was seen by me He was seen leaving the house by me
71 Choose Which is the correct Indirect form of the sentences �(�Please don�t go away�, she said) She said to please her and not go away She told not to go away She begged that I not go away She begged me not to go away
72 Choose Which is the correct Indirect form of the sentences �(�He said �I clean my teeth twice a day.�) He said that he cleaned his teeth twice a day He said that he cleans his teeth twice a day He said that he used to clean his teeth twice a day He said that he is used to cleaning his teeth twice a day
73 Choose Which is the correct Indirect form of the sentences-(He said to them, �Don�t make a noise.�) He told them that don�t make a noise He told them not to make noise He told them not to make a noise He asked them not to make a noise
74 Choose Which is the correct Indirect form of the sentences-(The teacher said, �Be quiet, boys.�) The teacher said that the boys should be quiet The teacher called the boys and ordered them to be quiet The teacher urged the boys to be quiet The teacher commanded the boys that they be quiet
75 Choose Which is the correct Indirect form of the sentences-(He said, �What a beautiful scene!�) He said that what a beautiful scene it was He wondered that it was a beautiful scene He exclaimed what a beautiful scene it was He exclaimed that it was a very beautiful scene
76 Choose Which is the correct Indirect form of the sentences-(He said, �I saw a book here.�) He said that he saw a book here He said that he saw a book there He said that he had seen a book here He said that he had seen a book there.
77 Choose Which is the correct Indirect form of the sentences-(He said to her, �May you succeed!�) He told her that she might succeed He prayed to God that she may succeed He wished her success He said to her that she might succeed
78 Choose Which is the correct Indirect form of the sentences-(He said, �Will you listen to such a man?�) He asked them will you listen to such a man He asked them are you listening to such a man He asked them whether they would listen to such a man He asked them whether they will listen to such a man
79 Choose Which is the correct Indirect form of the sentences-(He said to her, �Don�t read so fast.�) He told her not to read so fast He advised her don�t read so fast He requested her not to read so fast He ordered her not to read so fast.
80 Choose Which is the correct Indirect form of the sentences-(He said, �I must go next week�) He said that he must go next week He said that he must go the following week He said he would have to go the following week He said that he was to go the following week
81 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(A person who does not believe in any religion) Philatelist Rationalist Atheist Pagan
82 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(A man of lax moral) Ruffian Licentious Pirate Vagabond
83 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(A small enclosure for cattle, sheep, poultry) Cellar Sty Pen Lair
84 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(A process involving too much official formality Nepotism Diplomacy Red-tapism Bureaucracy
85 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(The short remaining end of a cigarette Stump Stub Rag Scrap
86 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(A person who believes that pleasure is the chief good Stoic Hedonist Epicure Sensual
87 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(Murder of a new-born child) Homicide Regicide Fratricide Infanticide
88 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(Thing that can be felt or touched Pandemic Palpable Paltry Panchromatic
89 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(A person who readily believes others) Credible Credulous Sensible Sensitive
90 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(A person who betrays a friend) Traitor Cheat Hypocrite Disloyal
91 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(Lack of enough blood) Amnesia Insomnia Anemia Allergy
92 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(Policy of apolitical party) Manifesto Agenda Report Circular
93 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(One who believes that everything is pre-destined) Pessimist Fatalist Palmist Astrologer
94 Choose the one which correctly stands for each expression �(A person who wishes to throw over all establishments) Rebel Anarchist Terrorist Hooligan
95 To see red To be very angry To victimize someone To find fault with To criticize other
96 To take somebody for a ride To provide entertainment To keep company To deceive or humiliate him To exploit a person
97 To give currency To bestow importance To misinterpret To make publicly known To originate
98 A fair crack of the whip Severe punishment A good check A period of importance Failure of administration
99 To talk one�s head off To talk loudly To talk in whispers To talk to oneself To talk excessively
100 A close shave A lucky escape A clean shave A well guarded secret A narrow escape
101 To give up the ghost To suffer To fight evil forces To die To become rational






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