English GK MCQ | Basic English MCQ | English Grammar Objective Question and Answer for Govt Exam Total 315 MCQ
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A:) in, of, with
B:) of, to, for
C:) for , to, with
D:) in, for , to
Q:2) Out of the given options which best expresses the meaning of the given proverb? "People who live in glass houses should not throw stones."
A:) Poor and homeless people try to damage beautiful buildings made of glass
B:) If someone has a beautiful house, he should not look down at others
C:) Don't criticize other people if you're not perfect yourself
D:) Sophisticated people do not beat others
Q:3) DIRECTIONS: A sentence with an underlined word is given below. Find the word which is opposite to the highlighted word from the given options. She must have done something wrong, because she's looking so guilty.
Q:4) DIRECTIONS: A sentence with an underlined phrasal verb is given below. Out of the four options, choose the one which can be substituted for the given phrasal V erb. The police have called off the search for the missing child until dawn tomorrow.
Q:5) Out of the given options, choose the one which is the correct indirect speech of the sentence given below. She said to me, “Lend me your book for a few days.”
A:) She commanded me for lending her my book for a few days.
B:) She ordered me for lending her my book for a few days.
C:) She pleaded me in order to lend her my book for a few days.
D:) She requested me to lend her my book for a few days.
Q:6) Once there was a fox. He lived in a jungle. A crane was his best friend.
They visited each other's home every now and then. One day , the fox invited the crane for dinner . He put the soup in a flat dish. The crane had a long beak. He could not take the soup. The fox licked the dish. The crane felt insulted. Now the crane wanted to take revenge. He invited the fox to dine with him. He served boiled rice in a jug. Its neck was narrow.
The fox could eat nothing. The crane enjoyed the food very much.
The fox felt sorry for his behaviour . What is the moral of the given story?
A:) Haste makes waste
B:) As you sow, so shall you reap
C:) Healthy cooking is the best preventive medicine.
D:) Appetite comes with eating
Q:7) Fill in the blank with the word given in the bracket along with the correct prefix out of the given four options. The enquiry showed that various financial transactions had been carried out in a very _____(regular) manner .
Q:8) Out of the given four words one is spelt incorrectly . Find the word that is incorrectly spelt
Q:9) DIRECTIONS: A sentence with an underlined word is given below. Find the Word which is most similar in meaning to the underlined word. The woman was overcome with grief at the sight of her dead son.
Q:10) Out of the given options, choose the one which is the correct passive voice of the sentence given below. The priest gave him The Bible.
A:) The Bible was given to him by the priest.
B:) The Bible has been given to him by the priest.
C:) The Bible had been given to him by the priest.
D:) The Bible is given to him by the priest.
Q:11) Two sentences are given below. Choose the correct conjunction to join the given sentences. They won the war . It cost them millions of lives.
B:) as if
Q:12) Choose a word that can be replaced for the given sentence. The life history of a person written by himself
Q:13) DIRECTIONS: T wo sentences are given below with a blank in each. Fill in the blanks with a pair of suitable words from the four options for each blank respectively: I cannot ______this heat. We took off our shoes and socks and walked _____foot along the beach.
A:) bare, bare
B:) bear , bear
C:) bear , bare
D:) bare, bear
Q:14) Out of given sentence, choose the one which is grammatically correct.
A:) He is not only made a promise, but also kept it.
B:) You must either pay the bill at once or return the goods.
C:) He is very rich, and still he is unhappy
D:) He worked hard, yet he did not succeed
Q:15) Fill in the blank with the correct word from the options given below. Growing children must wear _______ clothes.
Q:16) Out of the four options given below, choose the one with the correct meaning of the idiom. “Cry over spilt milk”
A:) To be happy and satisfied about whatever has been done
B:) To shout after drinking all the milk
C:) T o be unhappy about what cannot be undone.
D:) T o be sad because all your milk has turned sour
Q:17) DIRECTIONS: Given below are four sentences with an incorrect order . Arrange them in a meaningful order to form a coherent whole.
P . Green Revolution allowed developing countries
Q. when agriculture in India increased its yields due to improved agronomic technology .
R. The Green Revolution in India was a period
S. like India, to overcome poor agricultural productivity .