Instruction: Fill in the blank with the correct form of the noun:
Q.1- The _________________ dresses were smarter than the costumes for the boys.
(d) none of these
Instruction: (2-3)Fill in the blank with the most suitable form of the given verb.
Q.2- Because of their pride, some people _____________ their errors.
(a) will not admit
(b) had not admit
(c) not admitted
(d) has not admit
Q.3- The teacher insisted that the students _____________ all the questions in the given time.
(d) none of these
Instruction: Complete the following simile by choosing the correct word.
Q.4- It was a tough job to finish the marathon because the heat was like a blazing __________.
Instruction: (5-6) Some Idioms and Phrases are given below. Choose the correct alternative from the given options-
Q.5- Keep your eyes peeled
(a) To watch carefully
(b) Searching someone
(c) Looking forward
(d) Running away
Q.6- Head Over Heels
(a) Study hard
(b) Living in luxury
(c) Very excited
Instruction: Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.
What, one wonders, is the lowest common denominator of Indian culture today? the attractive Hema Malini?the songs of Vividh Bharati? or the mouth-watering Masala Dosa? Delectable as these may be, each yield pride of place to that false (?) symbol of a new era-the synthetic fibre. In less than twenty years the nylon sari and the terylene shirt have swept the countryside, penetrated to the farthest corners of the land and persuaded every common man, woman and child that the key to success in the present-day world lie in artificial fibers: glass nylon, crepe nylon, tery mixes, polyesters and what have you. More than the bicycles, the wristwatch or the transistor radio, synthetic clothes have come to represent the first step away from the village square. The village lass treasures the flashy nylon sari in her trousseau most delay; the village youth gets a great kick out of his cheap terry cot shirt and trousers, the nearest he can approximate to the expensive synthetic sported by his wealthy city bred contemporaries. And the Neo-rich craze for ‘phoren’ is nowhere more apparent than in the price that people will pay for smuggled, stolen, begged borrowed second hand or thrown away synthetics. Alas, even the uniformity of nylon.
Q.7- ‘The lowest common denominator’ of the Indian culture today is –
(a) Hema Malini
(b) Songs of VividhBarati
(c) Masala Dosa
(d) Synthetic fibre
Q.8- The synthetic fibre has –
(a) Always been popular in India
(b) Become popular during the last twenty years
(c) Never been popular the last twenty years
(d) Been as popular as other kinds of fibre
Q.9- The latest symbol of modernity for the rural people is –
(a) The bicycle
(b) The wristwatch
(c) The transistor
(d) The synthetic cloth
Q.10- The tern ‘Neo-rich’ means –
(a) The aristocracy
(b) The industrialists
(c) The newly rich people
(d) The common people
Q.11- The tone of the passage is –
Instruction: (12-14) Following questions are based on Writing Proficiency , find out the best option from given alternatives.
Q.12- Kirtika is _________ M.A. student
(d) no article
Q.13- A wife shouted ____________at him.
Q.14- Hetsi is talking with Nisarg as she has fallen in love with_______________
Instruction: The question is based on Spoken English. Four alternatives are given for the sentence. find out the most appropriate option.
Q.15- What would you reply if someone ask -how many people are in your family?
(a) five members
(b) I have 5 members including me
(c) there are five people in my family : my father, mother ,brother, sister and me.
(d) none of these