English Language MCQ-74

Directions:Each of the following items in this section consists of a sentence the parts of which have been jumbled. These jumbled parts have been labelled P, Q, R and S which are followed by four sequences namely (a), (b), (c) and (d). You are required to rearrange the jumbled parts to produce the correct sentence. Choose the correct sequence and mark in your Answer Sheet accordingly.

The doctor told
(P) the patient
(Q) to give an injection to
(R) the nurse
(S) after four hours
The correct sequence should be

(a) RQPS
(b) RPSQ
(c) QPSR

(d) PSRQ

The judge
(P) lied to the court
(Q) why he had
(R) asked the accused
(S) in spite of his oath
The correct sequence should be

(a) PSRQ
(b) QPSR
(c) PROS
(d) RQPS

His father said,
(P) and stop
(Q) on trivial things
(R) wasting your time
(S) now get up
The correct sequence should be

(a) SPRQ
(b) PSRQ
(c) QRSP

(d) RQSP

The stranger’s movements
P) and the police
(Q) him
(R) arrested
(S) aroused suspicion
The correct sequence should be

(a) SQPR
(b) RQPS
(c) SPRQ

(d) RPQS

The future
(P) is uncertain
(Q) career
(R) man
(S) of this noble
The correct sequence should be

(a) PQSR
(b) QPSR
(c) RPSQ
(d) QSRP

The food
(P) at the party
(Q) served
(R) was delicious
(S) but not wholesome
The correct sequence should be

(a) PRSQ
(b) QPRS
(d) QRSP

Directions:In the following passage at certain points you are given a choice of three words marked (a), (b) and (c), one of which fits the meaning of the passage. Choose the best word out of the three. Mark the letter, viz., (a), (b) or (c). relating to this word on your Answer Sheet.

The crow is a familiar bird. Everybody must have seen one. With their cawing the crows, wake us up early in the morning. The cawing of the crows is very……….. (a) pleasant. /(b) raucous /(c) moving.They seem to know a lot….. (a) about /(b) of /(c) from men. They know that men throw…… (a) in /(b)away/(c)over much rubbish which is food for …….(a) them/(b) us /(c)you. so they are very watchful. They …….(a) jump/(b)come/(c)hop around to pick up worms and……… (a) leaves. /(b)crumbs/(c)feathers. They can get very bold, so —-(a) when/(b) that/c) as they come close to your (a) feet/ b) hand /(c) mouth if you have any food to a) present/ (b) throw /(c) offer them. They have sharp eyes to (a) check/(b) watch/ (c) show their cunningness. They are also very a)mild/ (b) courageous/ (c) impudent and will come into the house (a) on/ (b) to/(c) for snatch up food. In summer they (a) all /(b) some/ (c) both fly about with their pointed beaks (a) closed/ (b) open/(c) turned in search of water. They quench their (a) thirst /(b) hunger/ (c) desire at public baths or on the (a) banks/(b) floor/(c) slope of rivers. It is wonderful to (a) know/ b) watch/(c) look them washing themselves in small ponds, (a) dashing/ (b) splashing/(c) throwing noisily. They are fond of sitting (a) frequently/ (b) shabbily/ (c) quietly on the backs of buffaloes in the shade of trees. They present a beautiful sight when, in the evenings, they return to their nests in thrilling geometric formations.