GE 52: KVS LIBRARIANS RECRUITMENT TEST-2018(FEBRUARY) (ENGLISH PART)

The following questions are extracted from the English section of KVS LIBRARIANS RECRUITMENT TEST-2018, that was held on 22 February, 2018.

This test contains 20 questions of 1 mark each.

Results

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“You’ve got to get up every morning with determination if you’re going to go to bed with satisfaction.” – George Lorimer

“You’ve got to get up every morning with determination if you’re going to go to bed with satisfaction.” – George Lorimer

Find the most appropriate word that can substitute the following phrase.

#1. Failing to observe the limits of what is permitted or acceptable.

In the following question, the given sentence has been divided in three parts. Select the part that has an error. If there is no error, select option No error.

#2. All fears were forgotten/when the children saw the toys/ in a corner of the clinic/ No error.

Complete the sentence with the correct word/phrase.

#3. You don't have to come to see my mother_________ you want to.

Complete the sentence with the appropriate option.

#4. The vet recognised the bird ________ injuries he had healed.

#5. Select the word with the wrong spelling.

Complete the sentence with the appropriate article.

#6. We were driving through heavy rain when one of________ windscreen wipers stopped working.

Complete the sentence with the correct word/phrase.

#7. The questionnaire_________ by most of the participants before the workshop began.

#8. Choose the correct antonym for 'SPURIOUS'.

Choose the correct synonym of the bracketed word.

#9. At these sessions, no idea is too (preposterous) to be thrown on the table.

Choose the most appropriate option to fill in the blanks.

#10. This winter they are planning_______ holiday in Cambodia.

In the following question, the given sentence has been divided in three parts. Select the part that has an error. If there is no error, select option No error.

#11. Did you saw/ the hockey match/last night?/ No error.

In the following question, the given sentence has been divided in three parts. Select the part that has an error. If there is no error, select option No error.

#12. She underwent surgery/on the removal/ of a cataract in her left eye/ No error.

Complete the sentence with the correct word/phrase.

#13. Despite the good advice their parents gave them, the two brothers_____ college.

#14. Select the wrongly spelt word.

Complete the sentence with the appropriate option.

#15. Ratan managed to work despite the______ of his computer.

Complete the sentence with the correct word/phrase.

#16. Computer users in my office were warned_____ a new virus.

Read the passage and answer the questions below.

On a mid-September day, British climbers Rachel Kelsey and Jeremy were climbing in the Swiss Alps. They were both experienced climbers and when they started the weather was good. They reached the summit but as they started the climb down, an electric storm stuck the mountain.

Snow began to fall, making it difficult to see where they could put their hands and feet on the rock. After several frightening minutes, they found a narrow ledge and climbed on to it, hoping the snow would stop and they could climb down.

The snow did not stop and the temperature dropped to -5 ºC. They decided that they had to get help. Rachel had brought her mobile phone with her. She was unable to contact the mountain rescue service on her mobile phone and the only contact number she had were in London. She sent a text message at 1.30 am to five friends in UK. It read: ‘ Need heli rescue off north ridge of Piz Badile, Switz’. They were all asleep.

At 5.00 am Avery Cunlifee got the message. He jumped into action and immediately contacted the rescue services in Geneva. He texted Rachel back saying:” I ‘m on the case’. Even then, rescue was impossible because of the treacherous weather and the mountain rescue team had to send a text message to Miss de Kelsey telling her she would have to spend a second night on the mountain. They could reach the stranded couple only at 8.15 am the next day. At about 1.00 pm they were lifted off the mountains in helicopters.

#17. Rachel and Jeremy could not climb becuase:

#18. What did Rachel do as she was sitting on the ledge?

#19. What did Cunliffe mean by " I'm on the case'?

#20. How long did Rachel and Jeremy spend on the narrow ledge?

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