Answer: (A) adorn
2. The verb of ‘beauty’ is
Answer: (B) beautify
3. The idiom ‘let things slide’ means-
(B) lose gradually
(C) reveal a secret
(D) set free
Answer: (A) ignore
Answer: (C) indigenous
5. Why is the poet so sad to see the daffodils
in ‘The Daffodils’?
(A) The poet is sad because the flowers have not
(B) The poet is sad because winter will come
(C) The poet is sad because the flowers remind
him of his own death.
(D) The poet is sad because flowers bring very
Answer: (C) The poet is sad because the flowers
remind him of his own death.
6. The correct translation of ‘রবিবার হইতে বৃষ্টি
(A) It was raining from Sunday.
(B) It has been raining from Sunday.
(C) It had been raining since Sunday.
(D) It rained since Sunday.
Answer: (C) It had been raining since Sunday.
7. The word ‘constraint’ means
Answer: (B) limitaion
8. The expression ‘to look after’ means
(A) to take care
(B) to follow
(C) to imitate
(D) to gaze
Answer: (A) to take care
9. The antonym of ‘stubborn’ is
Answer: (A) agreeable
10. What is the meaning of the expression
“bottom of my heart”?
(A) close to my heart
(B) core of my heart
(C) lower part of my heart
(D) close to my liver
Answer: (B) core of my heart
11. The word ‘desperation’ is a/an
12. Why were the daffodils in Wordswoth’s ‘I
Wandered Lonely as a Cloud’ dancing?
(A) The poet was day dreaming.
(B) The flowers had cheerful company.
(C) The sea waves beside them had gone wild.
(D) There was a strong wind.
Answer: (D) There was a strong wind.
Questions 13-22: Fill in the blank/blanks:
13. I’d like —— information, please.
Answer: (B) some
14. Yoga is —— a good exercise for ——
(A) taken, controlling
(B) treated, considerable
(C) not, slowly
(D) considered, controlling
Answer: (D) considered, controlling
15. A man —– by a speeding bus while he was
crossing the road.
(A) was run over
(B) was run down
(C) had been run
(D) has been run over
Answer: (A) was run over
16. He —– prefers —– speak very little.
(A) doesn’t, to
(B) himself, to
(C) himself, for
(D) does, for
Answer: (B) himself, to
17. It —– heavily when he —– up.
(A) has snowed, woke
(B) snows, wake
(C) was snowing, woke
(D) is snowing, wakes
Answer: (C) was snowing, woke
18. Misuse of —– energy has —–
(A) solar, shown
(B) renewable, increase
(C) nuclear, cause
(D) atomic, wreaked
Answer: (D) atomic, wreaked
19. There is —– milk in the bottle.
(A) very few
(C) very little
Answer: (C) very little
20. I have —— him to give —– smoking.
(A) said, up
(B) talked, for
(C) told, up
(D) told, in
Answer: (C) told, up
21. The groom arrived at the community centre
exactly —– time.
Answer: (D) on
22. He hates —– kept ——.
(A) to be, waiting
(B) being kept, wait
(C) to be, to wait
(D) to, waiting
Answer: (A) to be, waiting
Questions 23-25: Choose the correct sentence:
(A) It is you who is to pay.
(B) It is you who are to leave.
(C) It is you who is late.
(D) It is you who has won the prize.
Answer: (B) It is you who are to leave.
(A) He suspicioned that something wrong.
(B) He suspicious that something is wrong.
(C) He suspected that something was wrong.
(D) He suspect that something is wrong.
Answer: (C) He suspected that something was
(A) The jury are arguing among themselves.
(B) The jury is arguing among themselves.
(C) The jury has argued among themselves.
(D) The jury has been arguing among themselves.
Answer: (A) The jury are arguing among