Language Comprehension Test (LCT) – Gujarat 2017 Part – 3

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Q: 28. I went into the kitchen and addressed him (make simple)

(A) I had gone into kitchen and addressed him.

(B) Going into the kitchen, I addressed him.

(C) I addressed him when I went into the kitchen

(D) On addressing him, I went into the kitchen

Q: 29. Nothing can move me. (Add a Question tag)

(A) I can it ?

(B) Can’t it ?

(C) Couldn’t it ?

(D) Didn’t it ?

Q: 30. I am so clumsy. (Make it Negative)

(A) Cannot resist being clumsy.

(B) I can refrain from being clumsy.

(C) I am not so.

(D) I cannot avoid being confident.

Q: 31. I wish I could get some sleep. (Turn into Exclamatory Sentence)

(A) Oh! To get some sleep.

(B) Alas! To get some sleep

(C) Wow! To get some sleep

(D) What a wish to get some sleep!

Q: 32. ‘Each drowsy paw is doubled under each bending knee. (Identify the figure of speech)

(A) Metaphor

(B) Transferred Epithet

(C) Euphemism

(D) Apostrophe

Q: 33. I can not think how he recognized it. (make Interrogative)

(A) Can I think how he recognized it?

(B) How do I not think he recognized it ?

(C) Can I not think he recognized it?

(D) Can I think he did not recognized it?

Q: 34. He was still able to hear anything connecting to food. (Make Complex)

(A) He was still able to hear anything that was connected with food

(B) He was still able to hear anything connected to food

(C) Anything that was connected to food still be heard by him

(D) Both A and C

Q: 35. Ear-rings are a form of vanity we can’t afford. (Make Affirmative)

(A) Ear-rings are a form of vanity we can afford

(B) Ear-rings are a form of vanity we can’t disafford

(C) Ear-rings are an unaffordable vanity for us

(D) Ear-rings are a mis affordable vanity for us

Q: 36. I was glad her dream came true. (Make compound)

(A) Her dream came true and so I was glad

(B) I was glad that her dream come true

(C) I was glad and her dream came true

(D) I was glad due to her dream come true

Q: 37. Will you give me one of your pitchers, one that you can spare? (Make Assertive)

(A) You give me one of your pitchers, one that you can spare

(B) Please give me one of your pitchers, one that you can spare

(C) You should give me one of your pitchers, one that you can spare

(D) You will give me one of your pitchers, one that you can spare

Q: 38. the entire hearing aid can be contained in a button-size package system. (Change the Voice)

(A) the entire hearing aid can contain in a button-size package system

(B) A button-size package system they could the entire hearing aid

(C) In a button-size package system the entire-hearing aid is contained

(D) A button-size package system can contain the entire hearing aid

Q: 39. Give the Noun form of ‘Expose’

(A) Exposition

(B) Exposed

(C) Exposure

(D) Exposement

Q: 40. Give the Opposite of ‘Fact’.

(A) Story

(B) Fiction

(C) Horror

(D) Reality

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