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Question 13

Direction: Following are the questions based on the same words used as different parts of speech. Choose the correct matches.

Near

On the Same Words Used as Different Parts of Speech
1AdjectiveDraw near while I speak to you.
2VerbThere is a mango tree near our house.
3AdverbLajwanti is a near relative of mine.
4PrepositionI am nearing the end of the given work.

A. 1-c, 2-d, 3-a, 4-b

B. 1-d, 2-c, 3-b, 4-a

C. 4-c, 1-b, 2-d, 3-a

D. 3-c, 2-b, 1-a, 4-d

Question 14

Direction: Observe the following sentences where some changes are made in the sentence but keeping the sense of the sentence same. In the following questions, the sentences have some element of similarity. You have to find out the similarity and choose the option which is the odd one out.

A. His behaviour displeased his officers.

B. One must respect one՚s elders. One՚s elders must be respected.

C. I said, “Do not speak of the past.”

D. A crash radio message was handed over to me. They handed over a crash radio message to me.

Question 15

Direction: Observe the following sentences where some changes are made in the sentence but keeping the sense of the sentence same. In the following questions, the sentences have some element of similarity. You have to find out the similarity and choose the option which is the odd one out.

A. I don՚t expect to see him back here.

B. In spite his poverty, he is satisfied. He is poor but he is satisfied.

C. He gave them not only food but some money also. Besides food, he gave him some money also.

D. Escaping arrest, he ran away.

Question 16

Direction: Observe the following sentences where some changes are made in the sentence but keeping the sense of the sentence same. In the following questions, the sentences have some element of similarity. You have to find out the similarity and choose the option which is the odd one out.

A. The teacher was strict but always loving.

B. He is very rich and can buy a car. He is so rich that he can buy a car.

C. He ran hard but missed the bus. Although he ran, he missed the bus.

D. You know what my errand is. You know my errand.

Question 17

Direction: Choose the sentence which is correct grammatically.

Ques

A. “Mr Sharma has conveyed his heartfelt thanks to the Principal of the school and its management for their support to the cause of children with special needs.”

B. “The government was advised to take immediate steps” .

C. This colt will make a good mare.

D. Is your mother the executrix of this deed?

Question 18

Direction: Choose the sentence which is correct grammatically.

Ques

A. You have fallen in bad company.

B. Please runs through the book.

C. He set everything to naught.

D. He is calling you a bad name.

Question 19

Direction: Choose the sentence which is correct grammatically.

Ques

A. All of the reptiles lay eggs.

B. Waiting in the queue for half an hour, Jay suddenly realized that he had left his wallet at home.

C. ‘Do you think Meena will remember your birthday?’ ‘I suspect not.’

D. The coffee in this coffee shop is the best one in town.

Question 20

Direction: Choose the sentence which is correct grammatically.

Ques

A. He has a shave every morning, but you wouldn՚t think he had.

B. Supposing you don՚t get the job – what will you do then?

C. The strikes were mainly concerned about working conditions.

D. She is quite younger than me.

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