It is good to practice previous years papers, to modify our preparation towards a particular exam.
Here are 20 questions taken from previous papers of KVS. These questions belong to General English section only.
KVS PRT 2015- GENERAL ENGLISH SECTION
Directions (Q. 1-4) In each of these questions, choose the option that is nearly similar in meaning to the word given in BRACKETS.
Directions (Q. 5-8) In each of these questions, select the word that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word given in brackets.
Directions (Q. 9-13) Fill in the blank.
#9. He was frightened………………..
#10. The situation…………………….
#11. …………………….nobody could stop them.
#12. Every Shakespearean hero has an internal ……………………..in his character
#13. He is a careful person; he never takes sides but remains –
Directions (Q. 14-15) Choose the word on phrase, which is incorrect in standard written English. If there is no error, mark your answer as (D).
#14. An Indian ship, laden(A)/with merchandise, (B) /got drowned (C)/in the Pacific. (C)/ No Error. (D)
Ships sink and living objects drown and die. So, got sunk could have been better.
#15. After the humiliating exposure,(A)/Nitin hanged(B)/his head in shame,(C)/ No Error.(D)
The standard rule for the past tense of hang is this: in almost all situations, you should use the word hung.
I hung a picture of Noah Webster on the wall.
After school, she hung out in the library.
Use hanged when referring to a person being suspended by a rope around the neck until dead.
The Salem “witches” were not burned; they were hanged.
Justice Wargrave ordered Edward Seton to be hanged by the neck until dead.
It’s not that simple, however: most usage guides reserve hanged for people subjected to death, which means if an inanimate object is suspended from a gallows, the correct term is hung.
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