Complete the sentences by filling in the blanks with the correct tenses from then given choices by indicating your option for each question :
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Ques. I wish you __ louder as I can’t hear what you say.
(a) were speaking (b) spoke (c) would speak (d) speak
Ques. The audience __ to take their seats please.
(a) is requested (b) have requested (c) may request (d) are requested
Ques. It __ all day yesterday before the garden wall collapsed
(a) rained (b) has been raining (c) had rained (d) was raining
Ques. Each member of this group __ guilty.
(a) is (b) are (c) is being (d) were
Ques. The Prime Minister __ to visit the hospital tomorrow.
(a) will (b) is (c) must (d) have
Ques. Last night the radio said that the volcano, Etna, in Sicily ___
(a) will erupt (b) is erupting (c) erupts (d) has to erupt
Ques. They say that the Princess __ incognito at the Sheraton
(a) have stayed (b) is staying (c) stay (d) will have been staying
Ques. She __ in Calcutta for a quarter of a century now
(a) will live (b) lived (c) has been living (d) had been living
Ques. When we went to their home, Sushma __ some fresh coffee for us
(a) made (b) has made (c) will make (d) is making
Ques. Evidence shows that Jackson __ inside the house at the time of the murder.
(a) was (b) has made (c) will make (c) is making
Five alternative words are given. Find out which one of them would make the sentence correct and meaningful.
Ques. It is not easy to __ old customs
(a) leave (b) reject (c) shake off (d) give up (e) throw away
Ques. Kamla has nothing in common __ them
(a) with (b) for (c) about (d) by (e) through
Ques. Found guilty __ stealing, he was imprisoned for six months.
(a) of (b) with (c) for (d) Upon (e) to
Ques. They wanted advice __ how they could procure funds for their new business
(a) as (b) as (c) to (d) as if (e) any
Ques. He jumped __ my suggestion that he should take charge of the arrangements
(a) to (b) with (c) at (d) for (e) on
In the following test, you should choose the one word whose meaning is closest to the given word.
(a) Forbearance (b) Peacefulness (c) Anger (d) Recompense (e) steadfastness
(a) Condole (b) Induce (c) Hinder (d) Persevere (e) Endure
(a) Complacency (b) Gratification (c) Flippancy (d) Resentment (e) forwardness
(a) Palinful (b) Glum (c) Gratifying (d) Attractive (e) Agreeable
(a) Unassured (b) Accurate (c) Unquestionable (d) Vilifying (e) Careless
Each of the following words is followed by five words one of which is its opposite in meaning. Specify the word which you find most nearly opposite in meaning.
(a) warm (b) exhilarate (c) extenuate (d) Attenuate (e) Depress
(a) Immobile (b) Indolent (c) Unpleasant (d) Irresponsible (e) Hyperactive
(a) Modernity (b) Zenith (c) Liberty (d) Progress (e) None of these
(a) Acute (b) Fleeting (c) Irregular (d) Temporary (e) Recurring
(a) Isolate (b) Analyse (c) Distinguish (d) Mark (e) Distribute
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