clerical test

Which of the following pairs has the similar relationship to the pair? Gazelle: Swift
None of the above
Lamb : Bleat
Lion : Roar
Swan : Graceful
Horse : Slow
Pick out the pair with a similar relationship as Asylum: Refuge
None of the above
Flight :Escape
Peace : War
Accident : Injury
Traveler : Destination
Which of the following words hold the same relationship as Wood holds with Carve?
None of the above
Trees : Sway
Pipe : Blow
Paper : Burn
Clay : Mould
Complete the sentence with the appropriate choice of preposition: My father beat away the bull ___a stick
With
In
From
On
Between
Fill in the blank with correct preposition: All the children were punished ___the teacher.
Until
By
From
Over
At
Complete the sentence with the correct prepositions: We must leave___4’o’ clock, for we shall not arrive in time.
On
By
During
At
In
The following sentence is grammatically incorrect; there may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes A little younger to myself we were both devoted to boating.
(e)
(d)
(c)
(b)
(a)
The following sentence is grammatically incorrect; there may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes The kitten lives in this shop to eliminate mice, he said, when I noticed it.
(e)
(d)
(c)
(b)
(a)
The following sentence is grammatically incorrect; there may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes : If he knew today what was to happen next week he could not endure the knowledge.
(e)
(d)
(c)
(b)
(a)
The following sentence is grammatically incorrect; there may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes : Work hard in English lest you might not fail in this subject.
(e)
(d)
(c)
(b)
(a)
The following sentence is grammatically incorrect; there may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes : His habit of delaying put his friends to lot of botheration.
(e)
(d)
(c)
(b)
(a)
The following sentence is grammatically incorrect; there may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes : On my request he introduced me his friend who is a boxer and a cricketer.
(e)
(d)
(c)
(b)
(a)
The following sentence is grammatically incorrect; there may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes : Until I do not intimate my father I shall not leave out of this room.
(e)
(d)
(c)
(b)
(a)
The following sentence is grammatically incorrect; there may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes : These days he along with his friends go to a ride every evening.
(e)
(d)
(c)
(b)
(a)
The following sentence is grammatically incorrect; there may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes : I asked him whether he would accompany me to the station.
(e)
(d)
(c)
(b)
(a)
The following sentence is grammatically incorrect; there may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes : He promptly agreed to accompany me in the trade fair.
(e)
(d)
(c)
(b)
(a)
Correct the spellings of the words in italics in the following sentence: ICM can be adapted to enable a host of powerful applications in Nanoscale Electrophysiaology.
Electrophysiologe
Electrofisiology
Electruphysiology
Electrophysiology
Electtrophysiology
Correct the spellings of the words in italics in the following sentence: It applies information technology to some of the murkuiest questions in biology, producing a radical new theory of evolution and demolishing the materialistic bias of atheism.
murkeest
murkiyst
murkiest
murikiest
muurkiest
Rewrite the following sentence after correcting the word in italics:- Named for a Dutch physicist, the Casimir effect governs interactions of matter with the energy that is present in a vaccum.
Wacuum
Vacuum
Vacuem
Vaacum
Vaccum
Correct the spellings of the words in italics in the following sentence: Each one of them is freely downloadable and targets different auodiences.
Audienses
Audiances
Audeinces
Auodiences
Audiences
Correct the spellings of the words in italics in the following sentence: You can view a visual directery of images when commissioning portrait artists.
Directery
Directary
Dyrectory
Directory
Dierectory
Correct the spellings of the words in italics in the following sentence: Squirrel and Possum Caracasses litter our roads as animals try to navigate their changing landscape.
Caracases
Caracasses
Carcasses
Caarcases
Carcasses
Correct the spellings of the words in italics in the following sentence: The deer eat the expennsive shrubs we plant in our new neighborhoods.
Expensive
Expenseve
Expensive
Ecpansive
Ecpensive
Correct the spellings of the words in italics in the following sentence: Kindergardeners can explain the difference between endangered and extinct.
Kindergarteneers
Kindergartaners
Kinndergarteners
Kindergarteners
Kindergardeners
Correct the spellings of the words in italics in the following sentence: Billingual education continues to receive criticism in the national media
Bilingual
Bilingaul
Bielingual
Billingual
Bilinugual
Correct the spellings of the words in italics in the following sentence: In some countries, class participiation is unheard of; students are often seen as sponges: they are expected to absorb information and squeeze it back.
partisipation
partticipation
participiation
participation
parrticipation
Identify the Figure of Speech used in the following sentence: “As cold water is to the thirsty soul, so is good news from a far country.”
Apostrophe
Personification
Allegory
Simile
Metaphor
Identify the Figure of Speech used in the following sentence: ‘Mr. speaker, I smell a rat, I see him floating in the air; I shall nip him in the bud’.
Oxymoron
Personification
Metaphor
Allegory
Simile
Identify the Figure of Speech used for the following works: Bunyan’s ‘Pilgrim’s Progress’ and Addison’s ‘Vision of Mirza’.
Pun
Allegory
Simile
Personification
Metaphor
Identify the Figure of Speech used in the following sentence: ‘So I stared at the night and she stared back solemnly at me.’
Oxymoron
Hyperbole
Metaphor
Personification
Simile
Identify the Figure of Speech used in the following sentence: ‘Milton, though shouldest be living at this hour. England hath need of thee.’
Personification
Hyperbole
Metaphor
Simile
Apostrophe
Identify the Figure of Speech used in the following sentence: ‘His honor rooted in dishonor stood. And faith unfaithfully kept him falsely true.’
Oxymoron
Metaphor
Simile
Personification
Hyperbole
Identify the Figure of Speech used in the following sentence: ‘Prosperity gains friends, adversity tries them.’
Pun
Personification
Antithesis
Hyperbole
Epigram
Identify the Figure of Speech used in the following sentence: ‘Cowards die many times before their deaths.’
Pathos
Epigram
Pun
Metaphor
Climax
Identify the Figure of Speech used in the following sentence: ‘Yes, the leopard changes its spots when ever it goes from one spot to another.’
Metaphor
Antithesis
Pun
Climax
Anti-climax
Identify the Figure of Speech used in the following sentence: ‘At one fell swoop, he lost his wife, his children, his houses and his dog.’
Pathos
Climax
Pun
Hyperbole
Oxymoron
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