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Directions: Find out which is the correct transformed sentence.
1. He is so small that he cannot go alone.
(a) He is too small to go alone.
(b) He is very small to go alone.
(c) He is not small to go alone.
(d) He is too small not to go alone.
2. The son is wiser than his father.
(a) The son is as wise as his father.
(b) His father is as wise as the son.
(c) His father is so wise as the son.
(d) His father is not so wise as the son.
3. Everybody was present.
(a) Everybody was not present.
(b) Everybody was absent.
(c) Nobody is present.
(d) Nobody is absent.
4. What a delicious meal?
(a) What a delicious meal is.
(b) This meal is delicious one.
(c) The meal is delicious.
(d) The meal is not delicious one
5. He ran with all his might.
(a) He ran as fast as he can.
(b) He ran as fast as he could.
(c) He ran as fast as he may.
(d) He ran as fast as he might.
Directions: Transform the following sentences without changing the meaning by interchanging different parts of speech as directed in the brackets.
6. He succeeded in his attempt. (Verb to Adjective)
(a) His attempt was successful.
(b) His attempts was successful.
(c) His attempt was success.
(d) His attempts was succeeded.
7. You shall take your examination confidently. (Adverb to Noun)
(a) You should take your examination with confidence.
(b) You should take your examination confidently.
(c) With confidence you should take your examination.
(d) Take your examination with confidence.
8. Respect your parents and teacher. (Verb to Adjective)
(a) Be respectful to parents and teachers
(b) Be respectfully to your parents and teacher
(c) Be respectful to your parents and teachers
(d) Be respectfully to parents and teachers
9. He accepted all of our proposals (Noun to Verb)
(a) He accepts all that we proposed
(b) He accepted all that we proposed
(c) He accepted all the proposed
(d) He accept all that we proposed
10. I do not intend to spend my vacation here (Verb to Noun)
(a) I have no intentions to spend my vacation here.
(b) I have no intended to spend my vacation here.
(c) I have no intentioning to spend my vacation here.
(d) I have no intention to spend my vacation here.
Directions: Transform the following sentences as directed.
11. The razor is blunt. (to negative)
(a) The razor is not blunt.
(b) The razor is not sharp.
(c) The razor was not sharpen.
(d) The razor isn’t sharpen.
12. He is not without courage. (to affirmative)
(a) He has courage
(b) He has no courage.
(c) He is brave.
(d) He is courage.
13. The song is very sweet. (to exclamatory)
(a) How the song is very sweet!
(b) How is the song sweet!
(c) How sweet the song is!
(d) What a sweet song!
14. How cold it is today! (to assertive)
(a) It has been a cold day.
(b) Today, how cold it is.
(c) Today is very cold.
(d) It is very cold today.
15. Horses are faithful animals. (to interrogative)
(a) Were horses faithful animals?
(b) Weren’t horses faithful animals?
(c) Are horses faithful animals?
(d) Are not horses faithful animals?
Directions: Synthesise the sentences as directed in the brackets.
16. I advised her. She acted accordingly. (Infinitive)
(a) My advice made her action.
(b) My advice made her acted accordingly.
(c) She acted accordingly to my advice.
(d) She acted according to my advice.
17. He doesn’t smoke. He doesn’t drink. (neither)
(a) Neither he smoke or drink.
(b) He neither smoke nor drink.
(c) He neither smokes nor drinks
(d) Neither he smokes or drinks.
18. I know the man. He is a doctor. (adjective clause)
(a) I know the man who is a doctor.
(b) I know the man who was a doctor.
(c) The man I knew was a doctor.
(d) The man I know is a doctor.
19. The students disobeyed the teacher. He was annoyed. (because)
(a) The teacher was annoying because the students disobeyed him.
(b) The teacher was annoyed because the students disobeyed him.
(c) The students disobeyed the teacher because he was annoyed.
(d) The students disobeyed because the teacher was annoyed.
20. He was going to school. He was caught in the rain. (Adverbial Clause)
(a) While he was going to school, he was caught in the rain.
(b) While he was going to school he is catching the rain.
(c) He was going to school while he was caught in the rain.
(d) He was caught in the rain while he was going to school.
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Directions: Each of the following sentence is followed by four words. Select the antonym of the word occurring in the sentence in capital letters as per the context.
21. His CANDID remarks impressed the authorities.
22. He drove his car through SLIMY road to reach your office.
23. It is easy to understand his FUZZY thoughts.
24. The government has ENHANCED the tuition fees in schools and colleges.
25. This cloth is a COARSE of touch.
Directions: Each of the following sentences is followed by four words or group of words. Select the synonyms of the word occurring in the sentence in CAPITAL letters as per the context.
26. Trees that BLOCK the view of oncoming traffic should be cut down.
27. The violence erupted because of the ZEALOT.
28. She is pretty INSIPID young lady.
29. He was a CHARISMATIC leader.
(a) Exceptionally fascinating
(b) Particularly popular
(c) Compulsively pleasant
(d) Strangely haunting
30. His information is not AUTHENTIC.
Directions: In the following questions, out of the given alternatives, choose the one which best conveys the meaning of the idioms and phrases.
31. To meet one’s waterloo
(a) To meet a strong adversary.
(b) To meet his humiliation.
(c) To die fighting.
(d) To meet one’s final defeat.
32. Sitting on the fence.
(d) Between two opinions
33. To snap one’s finger of.
(a) To maintain friendship.
(b) To give the challenge.
(c) To continue doing anything.
(d) To stay away from something.
34. To keep house.
(a) To keep pace with.
(b) To be silent about one’s purpose.
(c) To waste time.
(d) To manage the business of the household.
35. His wit’s end.
(d) very intelligent
36. To wash dirty linen in public.
(a) to quarrel openly
(b) to clean solid linen
(c) to understand the hidden meaning of the word
(d) to wash dirty clothes
37. A snake in the grass.
(a) A hidden enemy
(b) Unforeseen happening
(c) Very ferocious enemy
(d) Unrecognisable danger
38. Beside the mark.
(a) Out of assumptions
(b) Beyond the imagination
(c) Beyond the reach
39. Between the devil and the deep sea.
(a) A deep sea diver
(b) To be evil tempered
(c) In a dilemma
(d) A man who is drowning
40. Merry as cricket.
(a) To enjoy a game of cricket
(b) To be carefree
(c) To dance and sing
(d) To be good at sport
Directions: Out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences.
41. One who hates marriage.
42. An assembly of worshippers.
(a) One that is in a war like mood.
(b) The life history of a person.
(c) A religious war.
(d) An act of speaking against religion.
(a) One who is present everywhere.
(b) One who is all powerful.
(c) One who knows all.
(d) One who hears everything.
(a) A place where animals are slaughtered for the market.
(b) A place for wrestling.
(c) A place for birds.
(d) A place for luggage at a railway station.
46. The act of producing beautiful handwriting using a brush or a special pen.
47. To reduce to nothing.
48. Loss of memory
(a) that can be carried in hand
(b) fit to drink
(c) a remedy for all ills
(d) something spiritual
(a) one who hates knowledge
(b) one who dies for a noble cause
(c) one who hates mankind
(d) a lover of mankind