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WORD AND STRUCTURE KNOWLEDGE

FOR QUESTIONS 1 TO 10, CHOOSE THE MOST SUITABLE OPTION TO COMPLETE EACH SENTENCE.

1.

book is this? It does not have a name. I’ll put it in the Lost and Found box.

 

A. Who’s

 

B. Whose

C. Whom

D. Who’se

2.

milkman came early in the morning with

container of milk.

 

A. The, an

 

B. No article, a

C.

The, a

D.

The, no article

3.

“Don’t go out

you want to catch cold,” my mother cautioned me.

A.

unless

B.

useless

C.

until

D.

if

4.

Our teacher

along with us to the picnic and played many games with us too.

A. go

B. gone

C. came

D. come

5.

Ashu ran the fastest in the race

he had a leg injury. He came first.

A. although

 

B. but

C. and

D. because

6.

The class test began

The students wrote their tests quietly.

A. at time

B. on time

C. one time

D. that time

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7.

Jack and Jill found treasure

the hill. They jumped with joy and started dancing.

A. over

B. at

C. beneath

D. through

8. Anu recycled an old

environment.

A. pail

B. pile

C. fleet

D. school

of paper. She does the best she can to save the

9. I thought I’d just much!

and say hi to my favourite auntie. I have missed you so

A.

fall out

B.

get ahead

C.

come upon

D.

drop in

10. The

was in the stable, munching on hay.

A.

mare

B.

lion

C.

bitch

D.

dog

FOR QUESTIONS 11 AND 12, CHOOSE THE SENTENCE WHICH MAKES THE MOST SENSE.

11.

A. My mother bake the cake tomorrow on my birthday.

B. My mother will bake the cake tomorrow on my birthday.

C. My mother was baking the cake tomorrow on my birthday.

D. My mother baked the cake tomorrow on my birthday.

12.

A. Mohini, Rita, Priya went to the park this morning?

B. Mohini, Rita, Priya went to the park this morning.

C. Mohini, Rita and Priya went to the park this morning

D. Mohini, Rita and Priya went to the park this morning.

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FOR QUESTIONS 13 AND 14, CHOOSE THE PART OF THE SENTENCE THAT HAS AN ERROR.

13. There is a bridge build over the river.

A. There is

B. a bridge

C. build over

D. the river.

14. My father baught me a new bicycle on my birthday.

A. My father baught

B. me a new

C. bicycle on

D. my birthday.

FOR QUESTIONS 15 AND 16, CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION.

15. How do you spell the word which also means success ?

A. Viktory

B. Victory

C. Victry

D. Victary

16. How do you spell the word which is synonymous with family ?

A. Household

B. Houseold

C. Houseshold

D. Housesold

FOR QUESTIONS 17 AND 18, CHOOSE THE CORRECT SYNONYM OF THE GIVEN WORD.

17. Author

A. Righter

B. Reader

C. Writer

D. Painter

18. Instant

A. Letter

B. Noodles

C. Prompt

D. Never

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FOR QUESTIONS 19 AND 20, CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANTONYM OF THE GIVEN WORD.

19. Despicable

A. Minion

B. Respectable

C. Unloved

D. Unpopular

20. Sincerely

A. Frankly

B. Reliably

C. Untruthfully

D. Simply

READING

FOR QUESTIONS 21 TO 25, READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT

FOLLOW.

The Loggerhead Sea Turtle is named so because of its large head and blunt jaw. This huge sea turtle can grow up to 800 pounds and three and a half feet in length. It is the largest hard-shelled turtle in the world. While the carapace (shell) and flippers are reddish brown in colour, the plastron (lower shell) has a yellowish hue. The carapace has five lateral scutes and five central scutes. Scutes are hexagonal sections of the carapace. The under parts of its body are white or whitish in colour. These wonderful turtles have powerful flippers that can propel them through the water at a speed of up to 16 miles per hour. The Loggerhead Sea Turtle has a life span of up to 50 years in the wild.

Loggerhead Sea Turtles consume fish, crustaceans, mollusks, crabs and jellyfish. They use their powerful jaws to crush the prey.

The female Loggerhead Sea Turtle generally lays eggs on the same beach in which she was born. It may take up to 30 years before these turtles reach reproductive age. In June or July, females will emerge from the ocean and dig a hole in the sand. Around 70 to 150 eggs are laid in the hole. The female uses her hind flippers to cover the hole. The eggs are about the size of ping pong balls and hatch within 65 days. Upon hatching, young turtles naturally head towards the ocean. Many of these young turtles are taken as prey by opportunistic gulls, vultures and raccoons. Others are led in the wrong direction by lights from roads and beach houses, which the turtles mistake as moonlight. Those that are lucky enough to make it to the water are swept towards the open ocean by waves and sea currents.

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21. Which is the largest hard-shelled turtle in the world?

A. Green Turtle

B. Olive Ridley Turtle

C. Loggerhead Sea Turtle

D. Hawksbill Sea Turtle

22. They grow

A. up to 800 pounds in weight and three and a half feet in length

B. up very quickly

C. up to three and a half pounds in weight and 800 feet in length

D. up on land

23. The female turtle lays around

A. 30 to 70 eggs

B. 70 to 150 eggs

C. 50 to 150 eggs

D. 800 eggs

24. Which of the sentence is true?

A. Upon hatching, the baby turtles must head towards roads and beach houses.

B. Upon hatching, the baby turtles stay in the hole for 65 days.

C. The holes are about the size of ping pong balls.

D. The baby turtles become prey to gulls, vultures and raccoons.

25. Give the word which means the opposite of the word ‘disappear’ as given in the passage.

A. Emerge

B. Diverge

C. Reverse

D. Merge

FOR QUESTIONS 26 TO 30, READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW.

Science had made bewildering strides in many directions during recent decades, but this thing seemed to belong to the domain of miracle rather than to scientific achievement.

“And do you really ask us to believe”, Sir Wilfrid was saying, “that you have discovered a means for instructing animals in the art of human speech, and that dear old Tobermory has proved your first successful pupil?”

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“It is a problem at which I have worked for the last seventeen years,” said Mr. Appin, “but only during the last eight or nine months have I been rewarded with glimmerings of success. Of course, I have experimented with thousands of animals, but latterly only with cats, those wonderful creatures which have

assimilated themselves so marvelously with our civilisation while retaining all their highly developed feral instincts. Here and there among cats one comes across an outstanding superior intellect, just as one does among the ruck of human beings, and when I made the acquaintance of Tobermory a week ago, I saw at once that

I was in contact with a “Beyond-cat” of extraordinary intelligence. I had gone far

along the road to success in recent experiments; with Tobermory, as you call him,

I have reached the goal.”

26.

What seemed like a miracle?

A.

The scientific achievements in the recent decades.

B.

Invention of magic

C.

Discovery of means to teach animals to talk like humans.

D.

It took seventeen years for animals to talk.

27.

Who became the first successful student of Mr. Appin?

A. Sir Wilfrid

B. Lady Blemly

C. Ms. Resker

D. Tobermory

28.

The cat being able to speak like humans shows that the cat

A. had some miraculous power

B. had extraordinary intelligence

C. was a demonic creature

D. was half-human and half-animal

29.

Which of the sentence is false?

A. Mr. Appin had success with all the animals.

B. Mr. Appin had success only with Tobermory.

C. Mr. Appin experimented with thousands of animals.

D. Mr. Appin had reached his goal with Tobermory.

30.

Give the word from the passage which means the same as ‘to find something that you did not expect to find.’

A. Develop

B. Discover

C. Achievement

D. Experiment

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ACHIEVERS SECTION

31. UNSCRAMBLE THE GIVEN WORDS TO MAKE A MEANINGFUL SENTENCE. bought/butter/some/Betty/bitter

A. Bought bitter some Betty butter.

B. Butter bought Betty bitter some.

C. Betty bought some bitter butter.

D. Some bought bitter butter Betty.

32. IDENTIFY THE NOUNS UNDERLINED IN THE GIVEN SENTENCE.

Uncle Suresh brought milk chocolates from Switzerland.

A. Abstract noun, common noun

B. Proper noun, common noun

C. Material noun, proper noun

D. Collective noun, material noun

FOR QUESTIONS 33 TO 35, CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION TO FILL IN THE BLANKS.

33. I am

sure the teacher asked us to keep

We should obey our teachers.

A. kite, quite

B. quite, quit

C. quite, quiet

D. quiet, quite

34. excited to meet

A. There, they’re

B. They’re, their

C. Their, there

D. None of these

old school friends at the school reunion.

35. The students can

A. make neither head nor tail

B. lose one’s head

C. mince matters

D. make both ends meet

of what Mr. Arya teaches them.