Topic: English Grammar
I have written these secret and shortcut suggestion on the basis of the previous year’s exam questions. So, directly or indirectly these are very important for the worldwide students.
By the end of the lesson you will have:
- University admission preparation
- MBBS admission preparation
- Engineering admission preparation
- BCS test preparation
- How to learn English grammar from home.
- How to learn good English.
- Grammatical preparation for all students of any class.
A song embodying religious and sacred emotions-
Which one is correct?
What is the meaning of ‘bottom line’?
- The final step
- The end of a road
- The last line of a book
- The essential point
- The last step
Answer: The essential point
‘Oxford advanced learner’s dictionary’ is written by-
- Samuel Jonson
- William Shakespeare
- T. Coleridge
- Geoffrey Chaucer
Which is the correct sentence?
- Faults are thin where love is thick
- Faults are thick where love is deep
- Faults are deep where love is thin
- Faults are deep where love is thick
- Faults are thick where love is thin
Answer: Faults are thick where love is thin
Indentify the correct sentence-
- Which color you prefer more, the red or the blue?
- Which do you prefer, the red or the blue?
- Which color do you prefer more, red or blue?
- Which color do you prefer, red or blue?
- Which color you prefer more, the red or blue?
Answer: Which color do you prefer more, red or blue?
The word ‘pneumatic’ means-
- Filled with cold water
- Filled with compressed air
Answer: Filled with compressed air
The passive form of the sentence “People always remember the patriots” is-
- The patriots will always remembered by people.
- The patriots are always being remembered
- People are always remembered by the patriots.
- The patriots are always remembered.
- None of the above.
Answer: The patriots are always remembered.
It is high time – the people conscious about our national interest.
- Should make
- Must make
- Will make
- Would make
Assertive people are generally more decisive. Here assertive means-