BITSAT English Test - 1


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QUESTION: 1

Find the Antonym of the word occurring in the sentence in capital letter as per the context.
The accused was ACQUITTED of the charge.

Solution:

'Acquitted' means to state officially that somebody is not guilty

QUESTION: 2

Find the Antonym of the word occurring in the sentence in capital letter as per the context.
He is a man of EXTRAVAGANT habits.

Solution:

'Extravagant' means lavish.
Its opposite will be 'Economical'

QUESTION: 3

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
It was the help he got from his friends which.....him through the tragedy.

Solution:

It was the help he got from his friends which sustained him through the tragedy.

QUESTION: 4

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
He bought new shoes last month but they are already.........out

Solution:

He bought new shoes last month but they are already worn out

QUESTION: 5

Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences
To take secretly in small quantities

Solution:

One word substitute is Pilferage.
Robbery: the action of taking property unlawfully from a person or place by force or threat of force.
Pilferage: the action of stealing things of little value.
Theft: the action or crime of stealing.
Defalcation: the taking or illegal use of money by someone who has responsibility for it, such as a company or government official.

QUESTION: 6

Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences
One who is not easily pleased by anything.

Solution:

One word substitution is Fastidious.

Maiden: an unmarried girl or young woman.
Mediaeval: relating to the Middle Ages.
Precarious: not securely held or in position; dangerously likely to fall or collapse.
Fastidious: very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail.

QUESTION: 7

Spot the error.

Solution:

If he had written the examination faster and had answered one more question he would have scored better.

QUESTION: 8

Spot the error.

Solution:
QUESTION: 9

Spot the error.

Solution:

That the dispute on this issue is between my brother and me.

QUESTION: 10

Find the synonym of TARN.

Solution:

Synonym of TARN is lake or pond.

QUESTION: 11

Find the synonym of BRASSERIE.

Solution:

A restaurant or bar, especially one that serves French food.

QUESTION: 12

Please go through following and answer question no.3 to no.6

The strength of the electronics industry in Japan is the Japanese ability to organise production and marketing rather than their achievements in original research. The British are generally recognised as a far more inventive collection of individuals, but never seem able to exploit what they invent. There are many examples, from the TSR Z hovercraft, high-speed train, and Sinclair scooter to the Triumph, BSA, and Norton motorcycle which all prove this sad rule. The Japanese were able, to 'exploit their strengths in marketing and development many years ago, and, their success was at first either not understood in the West or was dismissed as something which could have been produced only at their low price. They were sold because they were cheap copies of other peoples’ ideas churned out of a workhouse which was dedicated to hard grind above all else.

Q. It is evident from this passage that the strength of a country’s industry depends upon

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

Please go through following and answer question no.3 to no.6

The strength of the electronics industry in Japan is the Japanese ability to organise production and marketing rather than their achievements in original research. The British are generally recognised as a far more inventive collection of individuals, but never seem able to exploit what they invent. There are many examples, from the TSR Z hovercraft, high-speed train, and Sinclair scooter to the Triumph, BSA, and Norton motorcycle which all prove this sad rule. The Japanese were able, to 'exploit their strengths in marketing and development many years ago, and, their success was at first either not understood in the West or was dismissed as something which could have been produced only at their low price. They were sold because they were cheap copies of other peoples’ ideas churned out of a workhouse which was dedicated to hard grind above all else.

Q. The TSR Z hovercraft, high-speed train, Sinclair Scooter, etc are the symbols of

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

Please go through following and answer question no.3 to no.6

The strength of the electronics industry in Japan is the Japanese ability to organise production and marketing rather than their achievements in original research. The British are generally recognised as a far more inventive collection of individuals, but never seem able to exploit what they invent. There are many examples, from the TSR Z hovercraft, high speed train, and Sinclair scooter to the Triumph, BSA, and Norton motorcycle which all prove this sad rule. The Japanese were able, to 'exploit their strengths in marketing and development many years ago, and, their success was at first either not understood in the West or was dismissed as something which could have been produced only at their low price. They were sold because they were cheap copies of other peoples’ ideas churned out of a workhouse which was dedicated to hard grind above all else.

. According to the passage, prosperity in the industry depends upon

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

Please go through following and answer question no.3 to no.6

The strength of the electronics industry in Japan is the Japanese ability to organise production and marketing rather than their achievements in original research. The British are generally recognised as a far more inventive collection of individuals, but never seem able to exploit what they invent. There are many examples, from the TSR Z hovercraft, high speed train and Sinclair scooter to the Triumph, BSA and Norton motorcycle which all prove this sad rule. The Japanese were able, to 'exploit their strengths in marketing and development many years ago, and, their success was at first either not understood in the West or was dismissed as something which could have been produced only at their low price. They were sold because they were cheap copies of other peoples’ ideas churned out of a workhouse which was dedicated to hard grind above all else.

Q. The main theme of this passage is

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