Olympiad Test : Spellings - 1


20 Questions MCQ Test English Olympiad class 6 | Olympiad Test : Spellings - 1


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QUESTION: 1

​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. This old house is full of _________ stuff which can no longer be used.

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QUESTION: 2

​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. With garbage dumps increasing everywhere, everyone has raised concerns about the ____________.

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QUESTION: 3

​​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. The old couple was surviving on a ____________ pension.

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QUESTION: 4

​​​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. The government started the project with great enthusiasm, but could not continue due to _____________ funds.

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QUESTION: 5

​​​​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. You cannot copy-paste any text from somewhere as that is considered to be ____________.

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QUESTION: 6

​​​​​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. The children had never seen anything as beautiful as the Taj Mahal, so they were _____________.

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QUESTION: 7

​​​​​​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. The soldier fought ___________ till he succumbed to the bullets fired by the terrorists.

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QUESTION: 8

​​​​​​​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. Despite her growing name and fame, Josephine remains a _________person.

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QUESTION: 9

​​​​​​​​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. A ________wave hit the fishermen’s boat, drowning all the men in it.

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QUESTION: 10

​​​​​​​​​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. The history of ____________ can be traced back to Ancient Egypt.

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QUESTION: 11

​​​​​​​​​​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. He was admitted to the hospital yesterday due to acute _________ pain. He is under observation now.

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QUESTION: 12

​​​​​​​​​​​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. In the last ten years, ________ has advanced in leaps and bounds.

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QUESTION: 13

Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. The family spared no expenses and booked a _________ resort for their vacation in Singapore

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QUESTION: 14

​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. I need to solve this puzzle; can I borrow your____________please?

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QUESTION: 15

​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. The weather is always very ________________ in a hill station. Even if the sun is out, it may start raining anytime.

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QUESTION: 16

​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. “Please put all the historical events in____________order when you submit the report”, the professor reminded the class.

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QUESTION: 17

​​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. The outside interference further ___________ the internal problems of the country.

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QUESTION: 18

​​​Choose the words with correct spellings.
Q. Many children suffer from _________ as a result of consuming very less fluids throughout the day.

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Dehydration is correctly spelled word.
Dehydration is a condition that can occur when the loss of body fluids, mostly water, exceeds the amount that is taken in. With dehydration, more water is moving out of individual cells and then out of the body than the amount of water that is taken in through drinking.

QUESTION: 19

​It was a dark day in history when _________ (19) powers took up the ______ (20) of the country. The locals were so _________ (21) and ignorant that they treated the foreigners as valued guests. By the time they realised their folly, it was already too late. Their land and their country was no longer __________ (22). It had been taken over by the foreigners. The locals tried to fight back, but the enemy was too powerful for them. They had no option but to _______ (23). Soon they were subjected to slavery in their own land.
Q. Select the correctly spelled words for blank no. (19)

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QUESTION: 20

​​It was a dark day in history when _________ (19) powers took up the ______ (20) of the country. The locals were so _________ (21) and ignorant that they treated the foreigners as valued guests. By the time they realised their folly, it was already too late. Their land and their country was no longer __________ (22). It had been taken over by the foreigners. The locals tried to fight back, but the enemy was too powerful for them. They had no option but to _______ (23). Soon they were subjected to slavery in their own land.
Q. Select the correctly spelled words for blank no. (20)

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