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Kerala PSC | English Grammar Mock Test | 01

Kerala PSC | English Grammar Mock Test | 01
Kerala PSC | English Grammar Mock Test | 01; A Mock Test containing 25 question and answers on English Grammar, In which you have to find out answer of the question by reading the whole statement which may have more than one statement correct, it will be tricky some times. So practice more to answer these type of question correctly. Kerala PSC Practice Exam online for English Grammar.
YOUR SCORE
1/25
Neither my Friend nor I ___ wrong. Use suitable verb
[a] are
[b] were
[c] is
[d] am
2/25
Any dictionary will tell you this. The underlined word is a
[a] Quantifier
[b] Demonstrative
[c] Numeric
[d] Distributive
3/25
I bought ___ horse and ___ox. This is ___ horse. Fill in the blanks with article:
[a] an, a, the
[b] a, an, the
[c] the, the, a
[d] a, an, a
4/25
"What a fool I was to say so!" Report the sentence.
[a] He exclaimed what a fool he was to say so.
[b] He exclaimed what a fool he was.
[c] He wondered what a fool he was to say so.
[d] He exclaimed what a fool he had been to say so.
5/25
I (expect) you from t he time I (reach) home this morning.
Use the correct tense form.
[a] am expecting, have reached
[b] have been expecting, have reached
[c] am expecting, reached
[d] have been expecting, reached
6/25
Kalidasa is ___ Shakespeare of India.
Supply suitable article if necessary
[a] an
[b] a
[c] the
[d] no article needed
7/25
There ___ a lot of water in the well.
[a] are
[b] were
[c] is
[d] have been
8/25
Those models are from Mumbai. the underlined word is a
[a] Demonstrative adjective
[b] Demonstrative pronoun
[c] Possessive adjective
[d] Distributive
9/25
"Don't promise that you will do it if you are not sure of doing it," My father told me. Report the sentence.
[a] My father asked me that I would not promise that I would do it if I was not sure of doing it
[b] My father me not to promise that I would do it if I was not sure of doing it
[c] My father told me not to promise that I will do it if I am not sure of doing it
[d] My father asked me not to promise that I would do it if I am not sure of doing it
10/25> My Friend ___ (request) me yesterday to lend him my text book so that he ___ (prepare) for today's test.
Use the correct tense form.
[a] requested, prepared
[b] was requesting, could prepare
[c] requested, could prepare
[d] had requested, could prepare
11/25> Neither of them ___ the truth. Use suitable verb
[a] admits
[b] admit
[c] have admitted
[d] were admitting
12/25> Bread and butter ___ a good combination. Use correct verb
[a] are
[b] was
[c] is
[d] am
13/25> A splendid search made by some officers helped him to prove his innocence. Spot the qualifier in the sentence
[a] a
[b] splendid
[c] some
[d] his
14/25> Spot the part of the sentence which has an error
[a] The explosion
[b] in the mine
[c] caused many damages
[d] No error
15/25> Mother shouted, "Arjun, eat up your dinner at once or I"ll punish you." Report the sentence.
[a] Mother told Arjun to eat up your dinner at once or she would punish him.
[b] Mother told Arjun to eat up his dinner at once or she will punish him.
[c] Mother told Arjun to eat up his dinner at once or she would punish him.
[d] Mother told Arjun to eat up his dinner at once or he would punish her.
16/25> The phrase 'to be in the red' means:
[a] to be in debt
[b] to be in a air-tight room
[c] to get another chance
[d] to be in a confused state
17/25> Some of us need rest, ____? Add correct tag
[a] do you
[b] do we
[c] don't we
[d] don't you
18/25> I don't known why he commented thus. The underlined clause is a
[a] Adjective clause
[b] Noun clause
[c] Adverbial clause of reason
[d] Adverbial clause of place
19/25> The ground was filled with ___ fans.
[a] luxurious
[b] joyous
[c] joyful
[d] jubilant
20/25> SANGUINE means;
[a] bloody
[b] hopeful
[c] pure
[d] disappointing
21/25> The pandemic has acted like a wake-up call, highlighting the urgency to look at everything in a new way. Pick out the infinitive
[a] acted
[b] wake-up
[c] highlighting
[d] to look at
22/25> We eat that we may live. Convert into a Simple sentence.
[a] We eat and we live
[b] We eat to live
[c] We eat and live
[d] We eat so we live
23/25> The bill aims ___ change the minimum age ___ marriage ___ women ___ 21 years.
[a] to, of, of, to
[b] to, of, to, for
[c] in, of, of, for
[d] to, for, of, to
24/25> Antonym of the word ENVISAGE:
[a] Diminish
[b] Imagine
[c] Contemplate
[d] Existing
25/25> TRANCHE means:
[a] a part of a financial arrangement, payment
[b] a bewildered state
[c] a long, narrow ditch
[d] a short, thick stick

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