Monday, December 5, 2011

Free Online English Test Paper

Free Online English Test Paper

Sample Paper English

Directions: In each of the following questions, out of the given alternatives, choose the

one which can replace the word printed in bold in the sentence without changing the

meaning of the sentence.

1. In present day society, money plays the only dominant role in almost all transactions.

(a) Jobs

(b) Negotiations

(c) Business

(d) Proceedings


2. He enjoyed the salubrious climate of the palace

(a) Cold

(b) Temperate

(c) Warm

(d) Healthful


3. The house cannot accommodate more people.

(a) Hold

(b) Allow

(c) Hide

(d) Associate


4. Catching snakes can be hazardous for people untrained in the art.

(a) Dangerous

(b) Difficult

(c) Harmful

(d) Tricky


5. The sentiments expressed by him in the speech were odious.

(a) Significant

(b) Hateful

(c) Admirable

(d) Common


6. The troops were mobilized to take control of the tensed situation.

(a) Organised into platoons

(b) Summoned to headquarters

(c) Prepared for active service

(d) Collected hurriedly


7. His lascivious habits brought him nothing but bad name.

(a) Treacherous

(b) Erotic

(c) Lustful

(d) Vicious


8. The people attending the carnival looked gay and happy.

(a) Occasion

(b) Fair

(c) Function

(d) Revelry


9. Feeling drowsy may be a side effect of too many antibiotics.

(a) Dizzy

(b) Energetic

(c) Irritable

(d) Sluggish


10. Everyone was listening to the news of earthquake with mounting anxiety.

(a) Interest

(b) Eagerness

(c) Uneasiness

(d) Grief


11. Courtesy does not cost one anything.

(a) Gentility

(b) Civility

(c) Amiability

(d) Urbanity


12. The intruders strangled the lady to death.

(a) Thrashed

(b) Forced

(c) Compressed

(d) Throttled


13. That case is not amenable to ordinary rules.

(a) Applicable

(b) Interpreted

(c) Contradictory

(d) Dealt with


14. Lost in his own reverie, he forgot that vicissitudes can change the course of man’s life.

(a) Difficulties

(b) Changes of fortune

(c) Impediments

(d) Good fortunes


15. Pakistan has been vigorously pursuing a clandestine nuclear weapons programme.

(a) Nefarious

(b) Progressive

(c) Systematic

(d) Secretive


16. Objective General English some people are extremely fastidious in their choice of dress.

(a) Pompous

(b) Fussy

(c) Discriminating

(d) Careless


17. His views on children and their upbringing are indeed outlandish.

(a) Realistic

(b) Funny

(c) Strange

(d) Offensive


18. His credulous nature often landed him in trouble.

(a) Dreamy

(b) Naughty

(c) Innocent

(d) Willing to believe easily


19. You should have watched that glint in her eyes when speaking of her husband.

(a) Disgust

(b) Sparkle

(c) Anger

(d) Sadness


20. People refuse to pay obeisance to people whom they do not accept as their leaders.

(a) Attention

(b) Respect

(c) Obedience

(d) Command


21. The newly found drug on the epidemic was not at all deleterious.

(a) Effective

(b) Intoxicating

(c) Noxious

(d) Successful


22. People of different persuasions have met on the same platform.

(a) Personalities

(b) Tastes

(c) Qualifications

(d) Convictions


23. We were touched by the Honesty of the beggar.

(a) Impressed

(b) Moved

(c) Surprised

(d) Horrified


24. The food we had to eat was incompatible to our needs.

(a) Harmonizing

(b) According

(c) Corresponding

(d) Unsuitable

ANSWER :( d)

25. He decided to accost a big financier for his new scheme.

(a) Employ

(b) Consult

(c) Hire

(d) Deceive

(e) Approach


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