GE 67: GENERAL ENGLISH PART KVS PRT EXAM-2018

This test contains 10 questions of General English, asked in KVS PRT Examination-2018.

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GE 67: GENERAL ENGLISH PART KVS PRT EXAM-2018

#1. 1.Choose the word most nearly opposite in meaning to FACT:

Identify the part which contains error.

#2. It is high time/that we send/ the answer/to this query/

‘that’ is not needed.

It is high time we send the answer to this query.

#3. What is the meaning of the idiom, 'By fits and starts.'

Directions (Qs 4 and 5): In each of the following sentences improve the part in brackets with the help of given options.

#4. (No sooner did the police arrived) than the robbers made good their escape.

After using the helping verb, v1 follows it. So arrived is wrong.

#5. (I shall have much pleasure) in accepting your kind invitation to dinner.

 

May is uncertain, having is not used and can’t is negative. So option” I have much pleasure’ is correct.

To accept an invitation to an informal party / dinner, you can write:

“Thanks for your invitation / invite.

I’d love to come.” “Thank you for inviting me to dinner.

I’m looking forward to it very much.”

Directions: In the following sentence, out of the given alternatives choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the word in brackets:

#6. His performance in the office is quite (superficial.)

Synonyms for Superficial: Exterior, Flimsy, Frivolous, Shallow, Imperfect

Direction (7) and (8):In the following items a word is followed by four explanatory expressions. Choose the expression which best describes the word:

#7. ORTHODOX

#8. EXPLICIT

Directions (9) and (10): Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of the verb with the help of options that follow.

#9. He ______________ for five hours.

The sentence is in present perfect continuous tense. ‘For’ indicated period of time.

was sleeping is past tense.

had been sleeping is past perfect tense.

must had been sleeping is wrong usage.

#10. The Headmaster___________ to speak to you.

simple present tense is used.

Third person singular and v1 s is used.

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