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BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 1

Find the Antonym of the word occurring in the sentence in capital letter as per the context.
He wanted to INAUGURATE the project right on schedule.

Detailed Solution for BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 1

Meaning of lnaugurate
To induct into office by a formal ceremony
To cause to begin, especially officially or formally
Antonyms : adjourn, close, end, stop, uninstall

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 2

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
He lost the match easily because he had played a.........five set match in the earlier round.

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 3

Spot the error.

Detailed Solution for BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 3

broadcast

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 4

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
The Government's economic policy includes certain projects for......the living conditions of the poor.

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 5

Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences :
One who specialises in the study of birds

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 6

Spot the error.

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 7

Find the antonym of PAROCHIAL.

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 8

Find the synonym of CANASTA.

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 9

Spot the error.

Detailed Solution for BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 9

replace ‘persist’ with ‘persisted’

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 10

Find the Synonym of the word occurring in the sentence in capital letter as per the context.
The two EXECUTIONERS approached the tree with a red mark on its side.

Detailed Solution for BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 10

Meaning of EXECUTIONER - An official charged with carrying out the death sentence passed upon a condemned person

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 11

Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences
A person who knows many languages

Detailed Solution for BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 11

ANSWER :- a

Solution :- A polyglot is a person with a command of many languages. A polyglot may also be called multilingual, although that term is used for communities as well as individuals.

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 12

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

Pisa offers a quiet holiday. Apart from the Leaning Tower square where the tourists flock, the city is free of the kind of crowds one sees at Florence. An 11 km bus ride brings us to Marina de Pisa, the coastal extension of the city, where the Ligurian Sea and Quaint buildings provide a few hours of relaxed walks. However, there isn't much of a beach. Gone is the tension of the previous night, when, flying into Italy in the late hours, my wife and I were a little comprehensive. Compared to Germany where we had spent three weeks, Italy, one thought, was 'unsafe'. The fears were compounded when the night bus from the airport terminated at the railway station, instead of going all the way to our hotel. "Ten Euros", said the cab driver at the station when asked how much the ride to the hotel would cost. Quite sure he was overcharging, we got in nevertheless. At 10.30 p.m., we anyway had little choice. The streets were dimly lit and the driver was uncommunicative. Stopping at a desolate building after we had clearly gone out of the city limits, he announced : "Your hotel." I gave him a 10- Euro bill and turned away:But the cabman stopped me. "Your change, sir," he said, pointing to the meter which read 8.20 Euros. The small change I got back that day was like receiving the certificate of a nation's honesty. Italy, as it turned out, was just fine.

3. The author and his wife were

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 13

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

Pisa offers a quiet holiday. Apart from the Leaning Tower square where the tourists flock, the city is free of the kind of crowds one sees at Florence. An 11 km bus ride brings us to Marina de Pisa, the coastal extension of the city, where the Ligurian Sea and Quaint buildings provide a few hours of relaxed walks. However, there isn't much of a beach. Gone is the tension of the previous night, when, flying into Italy in the late hours, my wife and I were a little comprehensive. Compared to Germany where we had spent three weeks, Italy, one thought, was 'unsafe'. The fears were compounded when the night bus from the airport terminated at the railway station, instead of going all the way to our hotel. "Ten Euros", said the cab driver at the station when asked how much the ride to the hotel would cost. Quite sure he was overcharging, we got in nevertheless. At 10.30 p.m., we anyway had little choice. The streets were dimly lit and the driver was uncommunicative. Stopping at a desolate building after we had clearly gone out of the city limits, he announced : "Your hotel." I gave him a 10- Euro bill and turned away:But the cabman stopped me. "Your change, sir," he said, pointing to the meter which read 8.20 Euros. The small change I got back that day was like receiving the certificate of a nation's honesty. Italy, as it turned out, was just fine.

4. The author

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 14

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

Pisa offers a quiet holiday. Apart from the Leaning Tower square where the tourists flock, the city is free of the kind of crowds one sees at Florence. An 11 km bus ride brings us to Marina de Pisa, the coastal extension of the city, where the Ligurian Sea and Quaint buildings provide a few hours of relaxed walks. However, there isn't much of a beach. Gone is the tension of the previous night, when, flying into Italy in the late hours, my wife and I were a little comprehensive. Compared to Germany where we had spent three weeks, Italy, one thought, was 'unsafe'. The fears were compounded when the night bus from the airport terminated at the railway station, instead of going all the way to our hotel. "Ten Euros", said the cab driver at the station when asked how much the ride to the hotel would cost. Quite sure he was overcharging, we got in nevertheless. At 10.30 p.m., we anyway had little choice. The streets were dimly lit and the driver was uncommunicative. Stopping at a desolate building after we had clearly gone out of the city limits, he announced : "Your hotel." I gave him a 10- Euro bill and turned away:But the cabman stopped me. "Your change, sir," he said, pointing to the meter which read 8.20 Euros. The small change I got back that day was like receiving the certificate of a nation's honesty. Italy, as it turned out, was just fine.

5. Pisa

BITSAT English Test - 7 - Question 15

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

Pisa offers a quiet holiday. Apart from the Leaning Tower square where the tourists flock, the city is free of the kind of crowds one sees at Florence. An 11 km bus ride brings us to Marina de Pisa, the coastal extension of the city, where the Ligurian Sea and Quaint buildings provide a few hours of relaxed walks. However, there isn't much of a beach. Gone is the tension of the previous night, when, flying into Italy in the late hours, my wife and I were a little comprehensive. Compared to Germany where we had spent three weeks, Italy, one thought, was 'unsafe'. The fears were compounded when the night bus from the airport terminated at the railway station, instead of going all the way to our hotel. "Ten Euros", said the cab driver at the station when asked how much the ride to the hotel would cost. Quite sure he was overcharging, we got in nevertheless. At 10.30 p.m., we anyway had little choice. The streets were dimly lit and the driver was uncommunicative. Stopping at a desolate building after we had clearly gone out of the city limits, he announced : "Your hotel." I gave him a 10- Euro bill and turned away:But the cabman stopped me. "Your change, sir," he said, pointing to the meter which read 8.20 Euros. The small change I got back that day was like receiving the certificate of a nation's honesty. Italy, as it turned out, was just fine.

6. Marina de pisa

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