English Quiz Based on New Pattern Set - 76

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English Quiz Based on New Pattern Set - 76

Direction(1-10) : In each of the following sentences, there is a blank space, followed by some choices of words given in options. You have to determine which of these words fits well in all making them meaningful and grammatically correct. Word can be modified according to the tense of the sentence keeping the meaning of root word intact. If none of these words fit well, mark your answer as none of these.

I.  They chose a name ________  of the company's philosophy.
II. The black cat was given the _________  name “Midnight.”
III. She gave a ___________  account of the journey.
(a) meaningful
(b) opinion
(c) expressing
(d) present
(e) descriptive

I.  Would you please show some ________ for others?
II. The police officer ________ the group of teenagers with suspicion.
III. We will take care of supplying the food, so you have nothing to worry about in that ________ .
(a) light
(b) path
(c) consider
(d) regard
(e) manner

I.  The critic's ________ about the show was positive.
II. The popular ________ received official and formal sanction.
III. Do you want my ________ on the meal?
(a) advice
(b) speculation
(c) verdict
(d) view
(e) answer

I.  The company's products are, by general ________, poorly made.
II. According to government ________, current oil reserves are 10 percent lower than they were a year ago.
III. We need to ________ how much paint we'll need for the job.
(a) discover
(b) around
(c) aspire
(d) estimates
(e) attempt

I.  She is involved in several artistic ________ .
II. Technology is the fastest-changing area/field of human ________ .
III. In this ________  he met with vigorous opponents.
(a) time
(b) serving
(c) quality
(d) endeavor
(e) extent

I.  Their political views represent the ________  within the party.
II. Many thought that the punishment was too ________ for the crime.
III. His mood changed/swung from one ________ to the other.
(a) noble
(b) extremes
(c) scenario
(d) moderate
(e) judgment

I.  I was impressed by the ________  of her convictions.
II. The battle cost the army about a quarter of its ________ .
III. Her career as a lawyer continues to go from strength to ________ .
(a) pillar
(b) era
(c) strength
(d) ability
(e) knowledge

I.  Her early childhood provided (the) ________ for her first novel.
II. Deciding to have the party outdoors was sheer ________.
III. She had a sudden ________ . They would have the party outdoors!
(a) motive
(b) support
(c) response
(d) inspiration
(e) way

I.  Do you have ________ doing this kind of work?
II. She has five years' ________ as a computer programmer.
III. That was one of the worst days I've ever ________.
(a) graphic
(b) recent
(c) agreeing
(d) experience
(e) value

I.  The two ships were ________  by the navy after the war.
II. The team ________  three new players this year.
III. He is studying the way that language is ________  by children.
(a) opinion
(b) sank
(c) bought
(d) acquired
(e) force


Correct choice is option E that fits in all three sentences.
Descriptive means serving or seeking to describe, describing or classifying in an objective and non- judgmental way
synonyms-illustrative, expressive, pictorial, deceptive, graphic, picturesque, vivid, striking

Option D  is the correct choice.
Regard- consider or think of in a specified way.

Option c is the correct choice.
Verdict- the decision made by a jury in a trial, a judgment or opinion about something

Option D is the correct choice. Estimate-roughly calculate or judge the value, number, quantity, or extent of,an approximate calculation or judgment of the value, number, quantity, or extent of something.

Correct choice is option D that fits in all three sentences .
Endeavour- try hard to do or achieve something, an attempt to achieve a goal. synonyms- try, attempt, venture, undertake, aspire, aim, seek, set out

Option B is the correct choice.
Extremes- very great in degree, very far from agreeing with the opinions of most people : not moderate, unusual and dangerous

Option c is the correct choice.
Strength- the quality or state of being physically strong,the ability to resist being moved or broken by a force, the quality that allows someone to deal with problems in a determined and effective way

Option D is the correct choice.
inspiration- something that makes someone want to do something or that gives someone an idea about what to do or create : a force or influence that inspires someone

Option D is the correct choice.
experience- the process of doing and seeing things and of having things happen to you, skill or knowledge that you get by doing something

Correct choice is option D that fits in all three sentences .
acquire- to get (something) : to come to own (something),to come to have (something)