Q71: I shall not __ the examination this year
- go for
- appear at
- Ans: appear at.
Q72: They travelled to Savar__
- by walking
- on foot
- on their feet
- by foot
- Ans: on foot.
Q73: Naither Rini nor Simi __ qualified for the job.
- Ans: is.
Q74: He watched the boat __ down the river.
- had floated
- was floating
- to float
- Ans: floating.
Q75: Good is to ‘bad’ as ‘white’ is to__
- Ans: black.
Q76: Botany is to ‘plants’ as ‘Zoology’ is to-.
- Ans: animals.
Q77: When one is ‘pragmatic’ he is being-
- Ans: practical.
Q78: Into the __ of death rode the six hundred.
- Ans: valley.
Q79: To be or not to be, that is the__.
- Ans: question.
Q80: I have a __ that one day this nation will live out the true meaning of its creed that all men are created equal.
- Ans: dream.
Q81: Who wrote the two famous novels, ‘David Copperfield’ and ‘The Tale of Tow Cities?’
- George Eliot
- Charles Dickens
- Jenna Austen
- Thomas Hardy
- Ans: Charles Dickens.
Q82: He said that he __ be unable to come.
- Ans: would.
Q83: Sky is to ‘bird as water is to-‘
- Ans: fish.
Q84: Your conduct admits __ no excuse.
- Ans: of.
Q85: Which of the following integers has the most divisors?
- Ans: 88.
Q86: Successive discount of 20% and 15% are equal to a single discount of-
- Ans: 32%.
Q87: Change voice form – A lion may be helped even by a little mouse.
- Even a little mouse may help a lion
- A little mouse may even help a lion
- A little mouse can even help a lion
- Even a little mouse ought to help a lion
- Ans: Even a little mouse may help a lion.
Q88: Time after twilight and before night-
- Ans: Dusk.
Q89: Fill in the blanks in the following sentences by selecting the most appropriate alternative from among the four choices given: Parliamentary democracy demands discipline — to the rules.
- Ans: Adherence.
Q90: The people who carry a coffin at a funeral are called-
- Ans: Pallbearers.