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Kerala PSC | English Grammar Mock Test | 02

Kerala PSC | English Grammar Mock Test | 02; 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.
Kerala PSC | English Grammar Mock Test | 02
YOUR SCORE
1/25
There is too ____ in the room.
[a] much furniture
[b] many furnitures
[c] many furniture
[d] much furniture
2/25
ATTENUATE means:
[a] to support
[b] to separate into pieces
[c] to make thin
[d] to weaken the force of
3/25
During his long discourse, he did not ___ that point.
[a] touch
[b] touch upon
[c] touch in
[d] touch of
4/25
A supplement to a will is referred to as:
[a] codicil
[b] furlough
[c] effusion
[d] adjunct
5/25
The boy protested that he was innocent. Change into a simple sentence:
[a] The boy is innocent and protested
[b] The boy protested his innocence
[c] The boy is innocent and so he protested
[d] The innocent boy protested
6/25
He ___ the couse by April 2024
[a] shall have completed
[b] shall complete
[c] shall be completed
[d] shall be completing
7/25
A ___ of lions. Spot the collective word.
[a] cluster
[b] colony
[c] pride
[d] pack
8/25
How did he publish the book without a publisher? Change the voice.
[a] How was he published the book without a publisher?
[b] How did the book published without a publisher?
[c] How did the book publish without a publisher?
[d] How was the book published without a publisher?
9/25
When you ___ home last evening, I ___ my project.
[a] come, was revising
[b] came, revised
[c] came, had been revising
[d] came, was revising
10/25
Orthography means:
[a] Description of mountains
[b] The art of practice of spelling words correctly
[c] Description of books
[d] art of compiling dictionary
11/25
Unless you bring your admission ticket, you ___ the examination.
[a] don't write
[b] cannot write
[c] can write
[d] would not write
12/25
If he had appealed, ____. Complete the sentence with a suitable clause
[a] I would consider his request
[b] I will consider his request
[c] I will have considered his request
[d] I would have considered his request
13/25
Spot the correct sentence:
[a] You may either have an apple or an orange
[b] You either may have an apple or an orange
[c] Either you may have an apple or an orange
[d] You may have either an apple or an orange
14/25
Find out which part of the sentence has an error:
[a] You can eat/
[b] as much as you like/
[c] at the newly lunch bar/
[d] No error
15/25
Everyone is in a drowsy state when he is joking apart. The idiom JOKING APART means:
[a] making fun
[b] showing one's true intention
[c] making a boring speech
[d] speaking seriously
16/25
The shcool uniform is made compulsory. (Change into negative without changing the meaning)
[a] The school uniform is not made compulsory
[b] The school uniform is not made voluntary
[c] The school uniform is vade voluntary
[d] The schooll uniform is made uncompulsory
17/25
Money goes nowhere nowadays, ____ Add correct tag
[a] do it
[b] doesn't it
[c] don't it
[d] does it
18/25
This is his pen. The underlined word is a
[a] Possessive pronoun
[b] Demonstrative pronoun
[c] Possessive adjective
[d] Demonstrative adjective
19/25
The antonym of ACCOLADE:
[a] support
[b] decorate
[c] reticent
[d] blame
20/25
COLLATE means:
[a] hit
[b] assemble
[c] narate
[d] attack
21/25
A piece of chalk is useful ___ a teacher.
[a] for
[b] with
[c] of
[d] to
22/25
The unruly mob ___ the theatre before the police___.
[a] left, arrived
[b] had left, had arrived
[c] left, had arrived
[d] had left, arrived
23/25
He has promised ____. Supply a suitable noun clause
[a] that he will complete it soon
[b] to complete it soon
[c] me a new motor bike
[d] When we met last sunday
24/25
Find out which part of the sentence has an error:
[a] My sister asked me /
[b] that how long /
[c] I would stay there /
[d] No error
25/25
'Pluviophile' means:
[a] a lover of train
[b] a lover of snow fall
[c] a person who loves feathers
[d] a person who loves birds

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