English Questions For DSSSB 2018 Exam: 2nd June 2018

 English Questions For CTET 2017 Exam

Today, We are providing you the English Questions which help you to evaluate your performance by attempting these questions on regular basis. On daily basis, we will try to provide a variety of study material for English language or English Pedagogy section. These questions will help you a lot to prepare well in Language section in each teaching competitive examination like CTET 2017 Exam, KVS, DSSSB, NVS etc.

Directions: (1-3): Out of the four alternative, choose the one which expresses the right meaning of the word given in bold.

Q1.SPLENDOR
(a) magnificence 
(b) admiration
(c) happiness 
(d) awe

Q2.INCEPTION
(a) intuition
(b) begin
(c) involve 
(d) origin

Q3.COLOSSAL
(a) famous 
(b) vigorous
(c) energetic 
(d) enormous

Directions (4-5): Choose the word opposite in meaning to the word given in bold.

Q4. SPUR
(a) gentleness 
(b) intensity
(c) ruthlessness 
(d) curb

Q5. VIGOUR
(a) attraction 
(b) emancipation
(c) recollection 
(d) weakness

Directions (6-10): Pick out the most effective word from the given words to fill in the blanks to make the sentences meaningfully complete.

Q6. We lost confidence in him because he never ______________ the grandiose promises he had made.
(a) forgot about
(b) reneged on
(c) tired of
(d) delivered on

Q7. We were amazed that a man who had been here the most ______________ of public speakers could in a single speech electrify an audience and bring them cheering to the feet.
(a) tawdry
(b) accomplished
(c) pedestrian
(d) auspicious

Q8. Despite the mixture’s ______________ nature we found that by lowering its temperature in the laboratory we could dramatically reduce its tendency to vaporize.
(a) resilient
(b) volatile
(c) homogeneous
(d) insipid

Q9. The boy was so spoiled by his indulgent parents that he had become ______________ when he did not receive all of their attention.
(a) dominated
(b) suspicious
(c) elated
(d) sullen

Q10. The logic in this editorial is so ______________ that we cannot see how anyone can be deceived by it.
(a) coherent
(b) astute
(c) cogent
(d) specious

You may also like to read: