l. 1. Even though
P. the movie 'Avatar'
1. The dollar has been
1. Miffed over the issue
l. The developer of
1. The agencies shall submit the bid documents
1. The Indian hockey players
1. Though things are
1. Inherited $3000, but it was not sufficient to start a zoo.
1. It was not the sort of prize one could carry home at Short notice.
1. One day at school.
1. Newton's head was so full of ideas that he was often quite lost in his thoughts.
1. Life was
1. Most editors
1. My aunt and mother
1. For a long time
1. My account of
18. l. The object
19. 1. Often I have felt
1. Springfield may be a great place to live.
21. An official call to appear in a court of law
22. To cut a part of a person's body
23. One who is filled with excessive and mistaken enthusiasm about his religion:
24. A list of items to be transacted at a meeting
25. Murder of brother
26. One who cannot speak
27. The highest point
28. A speech delivered without previous preparation
29. One who pretends to be what he is not.
30. Study of heavenly bodies
Question: 31-50: Active and passive Voice.
31. A new car has been bought by me
32. Students might have been given some concession by their teachers.
33. Vegetarians should not be offered meat
34. All those bad debts must be written off by you.
35. Is the chief guest being received at the station?
36. Butter is made from milk by us.
37. People telling me what to do was not liked by me.
38. The chairman had called off the meeting
39. 200 boys were arrested by the police on the university campus.
40. Why is he liked by you so much.
41. They will send the invitation cards today
42. Several cakes have been baked by her friends.
43. It is believed that God gives us misery.
44. The chief guest has planted a lot of saplings.
45. The matter has been discussed discussed by the Prime Minister with the other ministers.
46. The students would be met by the Principal this evening.
47. The President appoints the chief justice of India.
48. The principal convened a meeting.
49. My suitcase has been stolen by someone.
50. Radhika and Sarath Kumar are being interviewed by Anu.
Questions: 51-70: Choose the appropriate word.
53. backed out
55. witness of the murder.
57. had sung
58. No improvement. ( may have been traveling)
59. No improvement. (all the other contestants)
60. unpack, eat their lunch and relax.
62. has been ill
63. Those who live
68. were killed
|71. do you want -a|
72 she said"how ugly d
73 she said you can leave b
74 my friend said i am d
75 mukta said a
76 the commander b
77. he promised d
78 geeta said b
79 she exclaimed b
80 she said to me a
81 he said alas b
82 i shall unlock c
83 i wounder d
84 dinesh b
85 he said i intend b
86 he said the sun b
87 ram a
88 he said what a b
89 what kind a
90 the doctor b
91 mini d
92 he said i will come d
93 don't do b
94 make me c
95 my principal d
96 at each other c
97 to the site and jumped inc
98 were starding b
99 all sale of diamonds abroad b
100 the advocate d
101 if i would a
102 our d
103 have been b
104 itn't it c
105that has c
106 she is so d
107 is too very oyident c
109 junior than b
112 b what has
113 a he had no right
114 b see the ant's danger
115 b escapes from
116. Of late the number of literates__gone up.
117. Please make yourself__home
118. Keep your dog_the flower beds. It may damage the flowers.
119. The brave youth immediately jumped__the river to save the drowning child.
120. WE can make no progress if we continue working___these conditions.
121-125: Choose the word opposite in the meaning of the given word.
126-130: Choose the word most similar.
131-140: Correct Spelt words:
141-150: Idiom and phrases
141. White elephant
Ans: costly and useless possession
142. Once in a blue moon
143. put off
144. set forth
145. for a song.
Ans: very cheaply
146. given up
147. get his point
Ans: make them understand
148. fair-weather friends
Ans: friends who desert you in difficulties
149. ins and outs
Ans: complete details
150. make good the loss
ans: try to minimize the loss.
Q.151-180: Passages Questions:
151. The author of the passage believes that
Ans: sport is not a test of national virtue
152. By concrete examples, the writes is referring to----
Ans: historic events
153. In the competitive, you
Ans: play to win
154. At the international level, sports
Ans: are an imitation of war
155. Orgies are:
Ans: excessive indulgence
156. The central idea of the passage is:
Ans: the importance of gaining control over one's mind
157. It is possible to control everything else but one's mind...means
Ans: It is possible to control everything else except one's mind
158. The word decluttered in the para 3 means:
Ans: to remove unnecessary things
159. What seems to be coincidence
ans: Events happening according to ours wishes
160. How does the law of attraction work in life?
Ans: we attract things we desire.
161. From where could this account have been taken
Ans: An interview
162. Lorde is probably a...
163. Another word in the second paragraph that means 'rewriting' is...
164. According to the writer the two process involved in revising her work are...
Ans: easy and anchored
165. The person named Lorde in the passage writes in a journal..
Ans: very regularly
166. What stage of life must the author be..
Ans: Old age
167. What feeling does the author harbour about life?
168. What according to the author, were the most fulfilling moments of his life?
Ans: When he could help others without expecting anything back
169. What, according to the author, is the most important thing in his life
Ans: The thing one is striving for
170. What is the tone of the passage?
171. It is too deep and dark for any plants to grow?
Ans: The sea is very deep and dark and so no plant can grow.
172. ...but no depth, it seems, is too great for animal life."
Ans: Animals can easily live at any great depth.
173. Which of the following statements best summarises Para II.
Ans: There is a keen struggle for life at deep sea.
174. Cuttle fished depend upon their feelers mainly to
Ans: capture food
175. The last paragraph is about
Ans: light producing animals
176. What qualities did the speaker inherit from his mother
Ans: faith in goodness and deep kindless
177. Who were the speaker's close friends in his childhood
Ans: Aravindan, Ramanadha Sastry, Sivaprakasan
178. What made the speaker's childhood unique
Ans: The time spent with Jallaluddin and Samsuddin
179. What kind of environment is a child born into?
Ans: a specific socio-economic and emotional environment.
180. Who was the high priest of the Rameswaram Temple
Ans: Laksjmana Sastry
181-200: Fill in the paragraph.