English Grammar : Vocabulary and Composition Quiz (Part -1)

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English Grammar GK : Vocabulary and Composition

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English Grammar : Vocabulary and Composition (Part – 1) Quiz

1 / 100

Choose the right alternative from the options given below :

A gourmet loves ………….

2 / 100

Select the correct meaning of the idiom under­lined below :

Everything was at sixes and sevens.

3 / 100

Convert the given sentence into an interrogative sentence : I will meet you at the train station.

4 / 100

Insert the appropriate phrasal verb in the blank below and make the sentence meaningful :

This evidence……. with what one already knows.

5 / 100

Fill in with the appropriate word :

The jury ___________ divided in their opinion.

6 / 100

Choose the word from the list which is nearest in meaning to the underlined parts of the sentences:

He pierced the balloon with a pin.

7 / 100

Select the pair among the following which is set in opposition

8 / 100

Fill in the blank with the suitable option :

Let’s meet —— next week.

9 / 100

The word ‘beleaguered’ means

10 / 100

He entered the hall in the  ____  part of the show.

Which is the right answer ?

11 / 100

Choose the correct alternative from the ones supplied :

Detect where the adjective “public” is used in a derogatory sense :

12 / 100

Which is the correct form of the given sentence : They discussed about the matter.

13 / 100

The idiomatic expression ‘see eye to eye’ means

14 / 100

Fill in, with relative pronoun, the blank space below :

The man _______ briefcase was lost, reported to the police.

15 / 100

He says he has invented a time machine, which is clearly a load of cobblers.

16 / 100

A pugilist is a ……….

17 / 100

Fill in the blank with the correct alternative from the ones supplied :

The man who follows his nose actually follows his………

18 / 100

Fill in the blanks in the sentences choosing the most meaningful alternative from the ones supplied :

The street is not properly……………

19 / 100

The specialist who handles problems in the human body related to bones is a / an

20 / 100

A manicurist takes care of

21 / 100

Baptism of fire means………

22 / 100

Change of  Voice  :  Amit is singing a song.

23 / 100

Choose the right option to rewrite the sentence :      

No sooner _________ the sun risen than the fog disappeared.

24 / 100

What does ‘crocodile tears’ mean? 

25 / 100

Fill in with the right option : I ——  him for a long time.

26 / 100

Select the pair in the following options which is set in opposition :

27 / 100

Choose the word from the list which is nearest in meaning to the underlined part of the sentence :

The separation from a lover fills one’s mind with blues.

28 / 100

Fill in the blank with the correct alternative from the ones supplied :

Lachrymose nature means ———— .

29 / 100

Choose the correct prepositions to fill in the blanks

Competitors _________ the globe took part in the game.

30 / 100

Fill in the blank with the correct word :

A _____  jewel was in the locker.

31 / 100

Sorrow may be expressed by the following interjections :

32 / 100

An illness that is likely to be fatal is

33 / 100

What does ‘dark horse’ mean?

34 / 100

Choose the word from the list which is nearest in meaning to the underlined part of the sentence :

Hike in oil price may mar the future of the trade world.

35 / 100

What is the correct meaning of “Classic”?

36 / 100

Change the voice of the verb and select the correct answer :

‘The script is being written.’

37 / 100

‘We are superior to everybody else’ is the apt utterance of a / an

38 / 100

An indefatigable person remains

39 / 100

What does ‘call up’ mean?

40 / 100

An Epicurean is one who

41 / 100

‘Made up his mind’ means

42 / 100

Choose the opposite of the following idiomatic expression from the options given :

To go to the dogs.

43 / 100

There was no _____ in the rain.  (Insert correct phrasal verb)

44 / 100

Choose the correct meaning of the word from the alternatives given below :

A la mode

45 / 100

Insert proper words in the sentence :

Here is the man _____ you asked _____ .

46 / 100

“Love for the whole world” is called….

47 / 100

One who considers the happiness and well being of others first is an

48 / 100

From the options choose the word most nearly opposite in meaning to those underlined in the following sentence:

   The high-handed ways of the manager made him an enemy of the people.

49 / 100

A duck is a bird, but to duck is ….

50 / 100

Insert correct word in the blank space :

Finish your task in a ______  mariner.

51 / 100

Convert the given sentence into a simple sentence :

Pancakes are delicious but not without syrup.

52 / 100

Fill in the blank with the appropriate preposition :

She was running short _____ time.

53 / 100

Fill in the blanks in the sentences choosing the most meaningful alternative from the ones supplied :

The ____________ of the place attracts many ascetics.

54 / 100

Fill in the blank with the right word :

A lame duck organization is one which needs _________.

55 / 100

‘Cinema’ may be used with

56 / 100

Choose the correct alternative from the options to fill in the blanks:

’In the time of danger, we should try to take the bull by the horns‘ means “In the time of danger we should try to ——— ”

57 / 100

Add a suitable prefix to form the opposite of the word ‘Balance’

58 / 100

What is the synonym of Obesity?

59 / 100

Choose the word opposite in meaning to the word underlined below :

The darkness covered the whole countryside.

60 / 100

Fill in with the appropriate word :

The jury ___________ divided in their opinion.

61 / 100

Insert proper preposition in the sentence.

He was waiting ____ the train.

62 / 100

Correct the following sentence and choose the right answer :

We had gone to the movies last night.

63 / 100

The tranquility and sanctity of the place soothed us. Replace the underlined word with a suitable word.

64 / 100

What does ‘Lucid’ mean ?

65 / 100

What is meant by hall mark?

66 / 100

Choose the right alternative from the options given :

A man with an irrationally fixed idea is called ………

67 / 100

Fill in the blank with the correct preposition given below :

He saved her ________ certain death.

68 / 100

Fill in the blank with the correct word :

_____ he was late, he come home by nine.

69 / 100

Fill in the blank with an infinitive :

_____ is worth ambition.

70 / 100

Fill in the blank with the correct word given below :

He wanted to ________ out.

71 / 100

I was alarmed ____ the news of my brother’s illness.

72 / 100

The word “necrophilia” means

73 / 100

From the given options choose the words nearest in meaning to those underlined in the sentences:

After a prolonged suffering he passed away.

74 / 100

Choose the correct preposition.

He preferred classical music —— popular numbers.

75 / 100

Choose the correct alternatives from the options to fill in the blanks:

They ‘laughed down’ the man means that they _______ the man.

76 / 100

Fill in with suitable conjunction :  He advanced —— he could.

77 / 100

Choose the right word from the alternative to complete the sentence idiomatically :

A clever man sweeps his family scandals under the ___________ .

78 / 100

Fill in the blank with the correct alternative from the ones supplied :

A man in the charge of farming and nurturing animals is called …………

79 / 100

”To give a dog a bad name ” means

80 / 100

Fill in the blank with the correct word :

The river was _______ the bank.

81 / 100

Select the correct answer to fill in the blank : I am sure I —— him before.

82 / 100

The prospect of her marriage is remote.

The opposite of ‘remote’, in this sentence, would be

83 / 100

‘Hold fire’ means

84 / 100

Select the right answer : My watch is five minutes _____.

85 / 100

She wanted to go on vacation, so she saved money.

Convert this to a simple sentence.

86 / 100

‘Samaritan’ – Which of the following?

87 / 100

He entered the hall in the  ____  part of the show.

Which is the right answer ?

88 / 100

Add a suitable prefix to form the opposite of the word ‘Balance’

89 / 100

Fill in the space with an infinitive :

It is easy _____ but hard to finish.

90 / 100

Choose the right alternative from the options given below :

A gourmet loves ………….

91 / 100

Fill in the blank with the appropriate infinitive :

 ____ is human

92 / 100

Fill in the blank with correct word to make the sentence meaningful :

It is usual nowadays to blow one’s own ———— to impress others.

93 / 100

Choose the word from the list which is nearest in meaning to the underlined part of the sentence :

The separation from a lover fills one’s mind with blues.

94 / 100

‘At daggers drawn’ means

95 / 100

What does ‘wild goose chase’ mean?

96 / 100

Choose the correct prepositions to fill in the blanks

Competitors _________ the globe took part in the game.

97 / 100

What does ‘out and out’ mean?

98 / 100

Use suitable auxiliary verb to fill in the blank space :

You _____ catch the train at once.

99 / 100

Select the correct meaning of the idiom underlined below

We didn’t really want that particular hotel, but it was a case of Hobson’s Choice.

100 / 100

Select the pair in the following options which is set in opposition :

Your score is

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English grammar is essential to improve your confidence while speaking or writing English.

Is it very important for candidates to know English Grammar ? Yes, of course you need to know English Grammar. Are all types of Competitive Exam and Entrance Test (WBCS, Railway, Bank, SSC, PSC, UPSC, CAT, GATE, GRE, MAT etc.) held without English Grammar questions? Of course not – almost all such exams come with English Grammar questions.

But how do I remember English Grammar ? Practice is the only way to remember English Grammar. So read regular English Grammar on “JOB SITE INDIA” website and practice English Grammar Quiz.
Is it very important for candidates to know English Grammar ? Yes, of course you need to know English Grammar. Are all types of Competitive Exam and Entrance Test (WBCS, Railway, Bank, SSC, PSC, UPSC, CAT, GATE, GRE, MAT etc.) held without English Grammar questions? Of course not – almost all such exams come with English Grammar questions.

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