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CSEET ENGLISH GRAMMER MCQs

1. Which of the following is the abbreviate of latin abbreviation-e.g.

(a) Exempli gratia (b) Exm gratia

(c) Exem gratia (d) Example granted.

2. Which of the following is the meaning of the word “Audacious”?

(a) Weak (b) Bold

(c) Scared (d) Joy

3. Identify the correct spelling:

(a) Ocassion (b) Occasion

(c) Occasion (d) Occasion

4. “Out of the frying pan into the fire” means:

(a) It is easy

(b) From one kitchen to another

(c) From one trouble to another bigger trouble

(d) From one place to another

5. Which of the following is the meaning of the word idiom?

(a) Join words or even sentences conveying related ideas

(b) The shortened form of a word, phrase or text

(c) A literal translation of two - word combination

(d) None of the above

6. What is the meaning of “Audacious”?

(a) Bold (b) Strong

(c) Weak (d) All are applicable

7. Meaning of Idiom “to build castles in the air”:

(a) day dreaming

(b) To win favours by gifts

(c) To have to humiliate oneself

(d) To issue a challenge

8. What do you understand by ‘one strikes while iron is hot’?

(a) To extend

(b) To take immediate advantage of an opportunity

(c) To fall into a trap

(d) Both (a) and (b)

9. What do you understand by ‘esprit de corps’?

(a) Team spirit

(b) Animating spirit

(c) Group of people accompanying

(d) All are applicable

10. Idioms To make amends”:

(a) To change

(b) Make up for a wrong doing

(c) Both (a) and (b)

(d) None of the above

11. A remedy for all diseases or difficulties is called:

(a) Panacea

(b) Concrete

(c) Numismatics

(d) Philistine

12. The quality of expressing much in few words is known as:

(a) Exigency (b) Brevity

(c) Apprises (d) None of the above.

13. The place where an airplane is housed is known as:

(a) Shed (b) Yard

(c) Cold storage (d) Hangar

14. A person who seeks to promote the welfare of poor by donating money is known as:

(a) Benefactor (b) Philanthropist

(c) Collaborator (d) Ornithologist

15. The Latin phrase mutatis mutandis stands for:

(a) With the necessary changes

(b) A way of doing something

(c) A deadlock

(d) Privilege initials responsibility

16. The term ‘subjudice’ means:

(a) Not to be considered by judiciary

(b) Under judicial consideration

(c) Prohibited by law

(d) None of the above

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