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1. He went to his friend's house in the evening as was his wont .


A : as usual

B : as he wanted

C : as his want was

D : as he wanted that day

2. Why do you wish to tread on the toes ?


A : To give offence to them

B : To follow them grudgingly

C : To treat them indifferently

D : To be kicked by them

3. He intends setting up as a lawyer in the adjoining district.


A : To establish himself

B : To migrate

C : To join

D : To settle

4. The autographed bat from the famous cricketer Sunil Gavaskar is worth a jew's eye


A : Not a worthy possession

B : unnecessary

C : A costly items

D : A possession of high value

5. The speaker gave a bird's eye view of the political conditions in the country.


A : a personal view

B : a general view

C : a biased view

D : a detailed presentation

6. He resigned the post of his own accord .


A : which he liked

B : according to his convenience

C : voluntarily and willingly

D : according to his judgement

7. As a politician he is used to being in the limelight all the time.


A : giving speeches

B : the object of admiration

C : the centre of attraction

D : an object of public notice

8. I ran out of money on my European tour.


A : exhausted my stock of

B : did not have enough

C : lost

D : carried a lot

9. Madhuri might scream blue murder, but I feel Deepali should get the promotion since she is better qualified for the job.


A : Someone has been murdered with some blue liquid

B : Someone is being murdered and has become blue

C : Suffer from persecution complex

D : Make a great deal of noise and object vehemently

10. Having sold off his factory, he is now a gentleman at large .


A : Has no serious occupation

B : Is living comfortably

C : Is respected by everybody

D : Is held in high esteem

1. Though he has lot of money, yet all his plans are built upon sand .


A : established on insecure foundations

B : based on inexperience

C : resting on cheap material

D : resting on immature ideas

2. His plan was so complicated that it floored his listeners.


A : entertained

B : puzzled

C : annoyed

D : encouraged

3. There has been bad blood between the two communities even before shouting.


A : Impure blood

B : Ill feeling

C : Bloody fights

D : Quarrels

4. The curious neighbours were disappointed as the young couple's quarrel was just a storm in a tea cup .


A : violent quarrel

B : fuss about a trifle

C : brittle situation

D : quarrel about tea cups

5. Mohan always keeps himself to himself


A : Is too busy

B : Is selfish

C : Is unsociable

D : Does not take sides

6. While the ladies continued their small talk in the drawing room, I felt bored.


A : whispering

B : backbiting

C : gossip

D : light conversation

7. My car broke down on way to the railway station.


A : stopped

B : met with an accident

C : ran out of petrol

D : failed to work

8. My father strained every nerve to enable me to get settled in life.


A : worked very hard

B : spent a huge amount

C : tried all tricks

D : bribed several persons

9. He is always picking holes in every project.


A : creating problems in

B : finding fault with

C : suggesting improvement in

D : asking irrelevant questions on

10. The die is cast and now let us hope for the best.


A : project is over

B : decision is made

C : death is inevitable

D : cloth has been dyed

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