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Comprehensive English Set – 7

Comprehensive English Set

Comprehensive English MCQ Practice Set – 7

Here is 10 MCQ Questions of Comprehensive English Set. Check how many of them you can correctly score.

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  • Question of

    Choose the one which can replace the word written in capital. His CREDULOUS nature often landed him in trouble.

    • Dreamy
    • Naughty
    • Innocent
    • Willing to believe easily
  • Question of

    Choose the one which is opposite in meaning to the word written in capital. He is a man with a JOVIAL nature.

    • Talkative
    • Morose
    • Monotonous
    • Quiet
  • Question of

    One who draws maps.

    • Cartographer
    • Choreographer
    • Chauffeur
    • Curator
  • Question of

    Choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word. POLYGLOT

    • One who looks at the dark side of life.
    • One who speaks many languages
    • One who hates war, loves peace.
    • One who works for the welfare of women.
  • Question of

    Select the one which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase. Careless students often have to ‘cry over the spilt milk’ during the exam.

    • Cheat
    • Repent
    • Cry
    • Sit idly
  • Question of

    Select the one which best expresses the meaning of the given idiom/phrase. The speech of Shashi Tharoor was ‘Latin and Greek’ to most of the people.

    • Comprehensible
    • Incomprehensible
    • Pleasing to the ears
    • Commendable
  • Question of

    Insert preposition. I was alarmed ______ the news of my brother’s illness.

    • In
    • At
    • Of
    • On
  • Question of

    Find out which part of the sentence has an error. He did not complain, (a) / although the pain (b) / was behind his capacity (c) / to bear. (d) / No error. (e)

    • a
    • b
    • c
    • d
    • e
  • Question of

    Improve the sentence. College students went at the rampage in the city yesterday.

    • On a rampage
    • With the rampage
    • Over the rampage
    • No improvement required
  • Question of

    Select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct Speech. Sarita said to me, “I will do it now or never”.

    • Sarita told me that I would do it then or never.
    • Sarita told me that she will do that now or never.
    • Sarita told me that she would do it now or never.
    • Sarita told me that she would do it then or never.

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Written by Ankita Roy

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