English Mock Test - 11


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QUESTION: 1

Directions (1 – 12): Identify the word that means the same.

Admonish

Solution:

Admonish means to warn.

QUESTION: 2

Identify the word that means the same.

Damage

Solution:

Detriment means a loss.

QUESTION: 3

Identify the word that means the same.

Warrantable

Solution:

Apologetic means excusatory

QUESTION: 4

Identify the word that means the same.

Brazen:

Solution:

Brazen means unembarrassed

QUESTION: 5

Identify the word that means the same.

Insentient:

Solution:

Insentient means devoid of feeling.

QUESTION: 6

Identify the word that means the same.

Skittishness:

Solution:

Skittishness is stubborn.

QUESTION: 7

Identify the word that means the same.

Punctilio:

Solution:

Punctilio means formality.

QUESTION: 8

Identify the word that means the same.

Precincts:

Solution:

Precincts means marked territory.

QUESTION: 9

Identify the word that means the same.

Damages:

Solution:

Reparation means repeal

QUESTION: 10

Identify the word that means the same.

Denizen:

Solution:

Denizen means inhabitant

QUESTION: 11

Identify the word that means the same.

Pusillanimous:

Solution:

Pusillanimous & timorous means cowardly

QUESTION: 12

Identify the word that means the same.

Lees:

Solution:

Lees means Sediment.

QUESTION: 13

Directions (13 – 17): Replace the italic word with a with a word that will not alter the meaning of the phrase/sentence.

Rage against the new rules:

Solution:

Fulminate means to criticise

QUESTION: 14

A scurrilous attack on her character:

Solution:

scurrilous & disparaging means offensive

QUESTION: 15

The repeal of the bill:

Solution:

repeal & rescinding means to annual.

QUESTION: 16

The denouement of the argument:

Solution:

denouement means termination

QUESTION: 17

The visitors gave the patient a lift:

Solution:

A lift means assistances.

QUESTION: 18

Directions (18 – 25): Replace the Underline phrase/word with a suitable idiom/word from the given choices.

I believe that she has got into trouble:

Solution:

to be in hot water means to be in trouble.

QUESTION: 19

He framed his colleague:

Solution:

framing means giving away

QUESTION: 20

This is where the shoe pinches:

Solution:

shoe pinching means the cause of troubles.

QUESTION: 21

I have to hustle to get there on time:

Solution:

to hustle means to hurry.

QUESTION: 22

Prohibition is gall and wormwood to distillers:

Solution:

gall and wormwood means hateful.

QUESTION: 23

She has been known for the rectitude of her judgements:

Solution:

rectitude means honest & honourable.

QUESTION: 24

Old sets of the Encyclopeida Britannica are a drug in the market:

Solution:

 A The usual meaning of the idiom a drug on the market (also often as a drug in the marketis that it's a commodity no longer in demand and so is commercially valueless or unsaleable

QUESTION: 25

The children hit it off right away:

Solution:

hitting off means getting along well.

QUESTION: 26

Directions (26 – 30):

Identify the odd word out.

Solution:

Vacuous, inane & dead pan means dumb but vagarant is aimless

QUESTION: 27

Identify the odd word out.

Solution:

Adversity/ despair /gloom means sadness but amiss means wrong.

QUESTION: 28

Identify the odd word out.

Solution:

Conflagration/ disaster/ blaze means fire but incarceration means imprisonment.

QUESTION: 29

Identify the odd word out.

Solution:

disparage/underrate/derogate means to be little but detonate means to explode.

QUESTION: 30

Identify the odd word out.

Solution:

heretical/ critical/ skeptical means unorthodox but economical means cheap.

QUESTION: 31

Directions (31 – 35):

What is the opposite of:

Equable:

Solution:

Equable means good tempered

QUESTION: 32

What is the opposite of:

Gifted:

Solution:

Gifted means special but inept means incomplete

QUESTION: 33

What is the opposite of:

Irritable:

Solution:

Imperturbable means calm and composed.

 

QUESTION: 34

What is the opposite of:

Operative:

Solution:

Operative means working.

QUESTION: 35

What is the opposite of:

Progressive:

Solution:

Conservative means stable

QUESTION: 36

Directions (36 – 39): Read the following paragraphs carefully and thereafter answer the questions asked.

The laws and policy measures are motivated as measures to realize the egalitarian ideal and, more generally the modernization ideals which have commonly become accepted by the educated upper class whose intellectual and political elite had been the harbingers of these ideals. When it comes to actually formulating the laws and the policy prescriptions and, still more, taking measurers to implement them, they commonly follow narrow selfish interests.

The masses may harbor a sullen dissatisfaction. But they are too inarticulate, passive and unorganized to press their interests effectively. The absence of pressure from below thus creates the tense contrast between the egalitarian pretences, on the one hand, and the crass and increasing inequalities, on the other hand…….

When dealing with the lower strata, including the very poorest, the state also avoids laying down definite obligates, sanctioned by state power, and relies upon inducements and voluntary adjustments. This gives a conscience consolation for not giving effect to the laws and policies instituted in their interest….

Q. 

What is the central theme of the paragraphs?

Solution:
QUESTION: 37

The laws and policy measures are motivated as measures to realize the egalitarian ideal and, more generally the modernization ideals which have commonly become accepted by the educated upper class whose intellectual and political elite had been the harbingers of these ideals. When it comes to actually formulating the laws and the policy prescriptions and, still more, taking measurers to implement them, they commonly follow narrow selfish interests.

The masses may harbor a sullen dissatisfaction. But they are too inarticulate, passive and unorganized to press their interests effectively. The absence of pressure from below thus creates the tense contrast between the egalitarian pretences, on the one hand, and the crass and increasing inequalities, on the other hand…….

When dealing with the lower strata, including the very poorest, the state also avoids laying down definite obligates, sanctioned by state power, and relies upon inducements and voluntary adjustments. This gives a conscience consolation for not giving effect to the laws and policies instituted in their interest….

Q. 

What does the underlined sentence mean?

“This gives a conscience consolation for not giving effect to the laws and policies instituted in their interest……”

Solution:
QUESTION: 38

The laws and policy measures are motivated as measures to realize the egalitarian ideal and, more generally the modernization ideals which have commonly become accepted by the educated upper class whose intellectual and political elite had been the harbingers of these ideals. When it comes to actually formulating the laws and the policy prescriptions and, still more, taking measurers to implement them, they commonly follow narrow selfish interests.

The masses may harbor a sullen dissatisfaction. But they are too inarticulate, passive and unorganized to press their interests effectively. The absence of pressure from below thus creates the tense contrast between the egalitarian pretences, on the one hand, and the crass and increasing inequalities, on the other hand…….

When dealing with the lower strata, including the very poorest, the state also avoids laying down definite obligates, sanctioned by state power, and relies upon inducements and voluntary adjustments. This gives a conscience consolation for not giving effect to the laws and policies instituted in their interest….

Q. 

What does the underlined phrase absence of pressure from below mean?

Solution:
QUESTION: 39

The laws and policy measures are motivated as measures to realize the egalitarian ideal and, more generally the modernization ideals which have commonly become accepted by the educated upper class whose intellectual and political elite had been the harbingers of these ideals. When it comes to actually formulating the laws and the policy prescriptions and, still more, taking measurers to implement them, they commonly follow narrow selfish interests.

The masses may harbor a sullen dissatisfaction. But they are too inarticulate, passive and unorganized to press their interests effectively. The absence of pressure from below thus creates the tense contrast between the egalitarian pretences, on the one hand, and the crass and increasing inequalities, on the other hand…….

When dealing with the lower strata, including the very poorest, the state also avoids laying down definite obligates, sanctioned by state power, and relies upon inducements and voluntary adjustments. This gives a conscience consolation for not giving effect to the laws and policies instituted in their interest….

Q. 

Replace the underlined phrase with the most appropriate option.

The masses may harbor a sullen dissatisfaction

Solution:
QUESTION: 40

Directions : Replace the underlined words in the paragraph with the most suitable choice. (The underlined word is mentioned in each question)

Measures:

Solution:

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