Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Many people unfortunately seem to think also that Government can payout money quite easily and in any quantity, and they forget, or else they do no know that the Government can only payout money that it has received in taxes– mone; that the tax payer has had to work for. But now the situation has become more complicated, that I should like to warn the public that many leaders have given this slogan that all the loans received by public would be given from the Government as a grant to the public.
- What do the people expect from the Government?
(a) easy money (b) tax free (c) employment (d) easy job.
- From where does the Government receive its revenue?
(a) from taxes (b) from loan (c) from public grant (d) from world Bank
- Who started the slogan to exempt the loans?
(a) leaders (b) Congress party
(c) Government of India (d) Prime minister of India
Choose suitable preposition to fill in each blank:
- She was familiar the area.
(a) for (b) on (c) with ‘(d) of
- Our class consists forty boys.
(a) of (b) to (c) with
- Beware pick pockets.
(a) for (b) by (c) of
7 His parents are disgusted him.
- with (b) to (c) for (d) by
- They were holding a party celebrate their success.
(a) to (b) for (c) on (d) at
- You may meet the principal leave.
(a) to ‘ (b) or (c) for (d) in
Choose suitable article to fill in each blank:
I0. Yesterday I met.. European.
- a (b) an (c) the . ” (d) no article
- He is heir to the throne.
(a) a (b) an (c) the (d) no article
- . Ganga is a holy river.
(a) a (b) an (c) the ‘( d) no article
Choose the wrongly spelt word.
- (a) Immeditely (b) Neighbour (c) Governor (d) Separate
- (a) Receive (b) Favourite (c) Programe ( d)Accommodate
Choose the correct synonyms:
(a) agreement (b) accepted (c) consent (d) idea
(a) young (b) close (c) due (d) costly
(a) difficult (b) easy (c) complicated (d) colour
Choose a suitable word for each blank to make sentence most meaningful:
- The post ofa peon has fallen in my office.
(a) empty . (b) idle (c) vacuum (d) vacant
- I have got a new in Kolkata to live in.
(a), office (b) house. (c) home (d) building
- In the function I sat the chairperson.
(a) beside (b) besides (c) by (d) to
- She the book on the table.
(a) lay (b) laid (c) lie (d) lain
- Fact is often stranger than .
(a) fiction (b) dream (c) fancy (d) imagination
Choose the wrong portion in the following:
- Always/ telll the truth.
a b c
- The bell had rung! when I had reached! the school.
a b c
- A man and a women / were sitting I opposite me.
a b c
Answer: 1.a, 2.a,3.a, 4.c, 5.a, 6.c, 7.a, 8.a, 9.c, 10.a, 11.b, 12.c, 13.a, 14.c, 15.c, 16.d, 17.c, 18.d, 19.b, 20.a, 21.b, 22.a, 23.b, 24.b, 25.a