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Q1. In the sentence identify the segment which contains the grammatical error.
She behaves in a such a cordial manner that everyone admires her.
(a) admires her
(b) that everyone
(c) She behaves in a
(d) such a cordial manner
Q2. Select the most appropriate synonym of the given word.
Q3. Select the correctly spelt word.
Q4. Given below are four jumbled sentences. Out of the given options pick the one that gives their correct order.
A. It was an honor as well as a relief to the family of the deceased.
B. The district collector announced a gallantry award and financial aid for his family.
C. A soldier died fighting in the battlefield.
D. The money was promptly disbursed from the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund.
Q5. Select the most appropriate antonym of the given word.
Q6. Select the correct indirect narration of the given sentence.
She said, “We visited Uttarakhand in the summer vacation.”
(a) She said that they had visited Uttarakhand in the summer vacation.
(b) She said that they will visit to Uttarakhand in the summer vacation.
(c) She said that we visited Uttarakhand in the summer vacation.
(d) She said that they have visited Uttarakhand in the summer vacation.
Q7. Select the option that can be used as a one-word substitute for the given group of words/phrase.
A person who attracts attention with a flashy style
Q8. Select the correctly spelt word.
Q9. Given below are four jumbled sentences. Out of the given options pick the one that gives their correct order.
A. It provides training for the development of oral and aural skills and is a great supplement to classroom teaching.
B. Technology is growing very fast day by day and is contributing a lot towards improving communication skills.
C. Thus, it is the responsibility of a teacher to make the learners understand that their aim is to master the language, not the technology.
D. However, it cannot be a substitute for the conventional method of language teaching.
Q10. Select the most appropriate option to substitute the bold segment in the given sentence. If no substitution is required, select No Improvement.
If he doesn’t score forty percent in all the subjects, he would not be promoted to the next class.
(a) was not being
(b) No improvement
(c) is not being
(d) will not be
Sol. Use of article before ‘such a’ is incorrect. We can use such (as a determiner) before a noun phrase to add emphasis. The correct sentence is “She behaves in such a cordial manner that everyone admires her.”
Sol. Repercussion means an unintended consequence of an event or action, especially an unwelcome one.
Reaction means something done, felt, or thought in response to a situation or event.
Sol. The correctly spelt word is “Sovereignty” which means the power of a country to control its own government.
Sol. Grotesque means comically or repulsively ugly or distorted.
Attractive means pleasing or appealing to the senses.
Sol. Glutton is an excessively greedy eater.
Vagabond is a person who wanders from place to place without a home or job.
Jockey is a person who rides in horse races, especially as a profession.
Sol. The correctly spelt word is “Catalogue” which means a complete list of items, typically one in alphabetical or other systematic order.
Sol. This is a first conditional sentence. We use the first conditional when we talk about future situations we believe are real or possible.
In first conditional sentences, the structure is usually: if/when + present simple >> will + infinitive.
Thus replace “would not be” with “will not be”.
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