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Q 1 · English
One word substitution for- 
An expert in the area of the fine or other arts.
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Q 2 · English
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A place where treasures of art, curios are preserved or exhibited.
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Q 3 · English
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Associated with God or religion.
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Q 4 · English
Change the Narration –
Mohan said, “Good-bye my friend!”
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Q 5 · English
Change the voice.
The residents celebrated the Independence Day.
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Q 6 · English
Change the voice.
Bring a glass of water
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Q 7 · English
Synonym of ‘Grieve’ is –
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Q 8 · English
Antonym of ‘Serene’ is –
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Q 9 · English
Identify the incorrect part.
Students should not take part (a)/ in party politics and political demonstrations (b)/ as they interfere in serious study. (c)/ No error (d)
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Q 10 · English
Identify the incorrect part.
The men who (a)/ is here (b)/ are my friend. (c)/ No error (d)
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Q 11 · English
Identify the meaning of the idioms/phrases.
Will ‘O’ the wisp
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Q 12 · English
Identify the meaning of the idioms/phrases.
To meet one’s Waterloo
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Q 13 · English
Select the correct verb.
I shall tell you when she ……….
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Q 14 · English
Identify the indirect speech.
He said, “Can you sing?” And I said, “No”.
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Q 15 · English
Fill in the blank with with suitable conjunction.
Make haste, ………. you will miss the bus.
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Q 16 · English
Identify the correct preposition.
He dealt very politely ……….. me.
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Q 17 · English
Give one word substitute.
A decision taken by the votes of all
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Q 18 · English
Form an adjective from the given word.
‘Crime’
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Q 19 · English
Fill in the blank with suitable word.
Last year the performance of this production unit was …………..
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Q 20 · English
Choose the appropriate Synonym for the given word.
Revive
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Q 21 · English
Choose the appropriate Antonym for the given word.
Interfere
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Q 22 · English
Plural of “Knife” is……
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Q 23 · English
Feminine of “Beau” is………
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Q 24 · English
‘To throw out of gear’ mean –
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Q 25 · English
I Put four candles…………the round of cake.
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Q 26 · English
spot the mis-spelt word.
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Q 27 · English
Give the on word for the following expression-
Dislike of foreigners
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Q 28 · English
Change the Voice
Follow the nurms
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Q 29 · English
Find the error part:
The man who (1)/are here (2)/is my friends.(3)/ No error (4)
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Q 30 · English
Fill in the blank with the words given below.
The teacher ………… us Maths when the principal …………her to the office.
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Q 31 · English
Choose the appropriate meaning of the idiom.
Lion’s share
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Q 32 · English
Change the narration of the following-
He said to me “Why do you go today?”
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Q 33 · English
Choose the correct meaning of the following idioms from the choice given.
To make both ends meet.
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Q 34 · English
Fill in the correct verb to make a complete meaningful sentences.
It started to rain while we ……… tennis.
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Q 35 · English
Fill in the correct verb to make a complete meaningful sentences.
We ……… English for five years.
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Q 36 · English
Choose the correct indirect speech from the choice.
What an easy paper? said Rakshit, “It is set by a kind examiner.”
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Q 37 · English
Choose the antonyms from the suggested alternatives.
‘Arrive’
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Q 38 · English
Choose the antonyms from the suggested alternatives.
‘Artificial’
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Q 39 · English
Choose the correct passive voice from the choice.
The cat killed the mouse
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Q 40 · English
Choose the correct passive voice from the choice.
Ram was making a kite
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Q 41 · English
Find the error part: 
Scarcely had he (a)/ left out them a (b)/ Policeman knocked at the door. (c)/ No error (d)
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Q 42 · English
Find the error part: 
His brother (a)/ will return back (b)/ from Delhi tomorrow evening. (c)/ No error (d)
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Q 43 · English
One word substitution for-
To bring or send goods secretly and illegally into or out of a country, without paying custom duty is called
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Q 44 · English
Choose the correct alternative in order to make grammatically correct.
He is not ashamed ………. his neighbours.
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Q 45 · English
Choose the synonyms from the suggested alternatives.
‘Distinguish’
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Q 46 · English
Choose the synonyms from the suggested alternatives.
‘Abate’
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Q 47 · English
Choose the appropriate meaning of the idiom.
To eat an humble pie
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Q 48 · English
Which of the following word is misspelt?
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Q 49 · English
What does the phrase “To push somebody to the wall’ mean?
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Q 50 · History
The Delhi Sultanate virtually ended due to the invasion of
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