English Grammar Bank

Which of the following word is misspells?

  1. Contemporaneous
  2. Complaissance (Answer)
  3. Acceleration
  4. Hippopotamus

Choose the appropriate tag question. She has sound knowledge about philosophy –

  1. Has not she (Answer)
  2. Doesn’t she
  3. Hadn,t she
  4. Both A and B

The antonym of ‘enunciate’ is —

  1. Pray
  2. Request
  3. Deliver
  4. Mumble (Answer)

She was so sound asleep that it was most difficult to – him.

  1. Raise
  2. Rouse
  3. Arise (Answer)
  4. Risen

Fifty percent of the land – cultivated.

  1. Are
  2. Is (Answer)
  3. Were
  4. Had

Fill in the blank with appropriate clause. If you had taken proper medication, —

  1. You would have an immediate recovery
  2. You would have had and an immediate recovery (Answer)
  3. You would be having an immediate recovery
  4. You would have having an immediate recovery

The civil wars in which 1S embedded span a large area is covering two states. Which is the main verb of the subject  ‘The civil wars’?

  1. Is
  2. Embedded
  3. Span (Answer)
  4. Covering

Kajol lives – the sixth floor of the building.

  1. In
  2. at (Answer)
  3. On
  4. Upon

A misogynist hates —

  1. Men
  2. Liars
  3. The human race
  4. Woman (Answer)

People with the political power always police the culture of those without political power. Identify the verb of the above sentence.

  1. Power
  2. Police (Answer)
  3. Culture
  4. None

Find the correct analogy of SUBMISSIVE: DISOBEDIENT –

  1. Comply: Confirm
  2. Heed: Acquiesce
  3. Observe: defy (Answer)
  4. Obey: hearken

Choose the best alternative.

One swallow does not make a –

  1. Winter
  2. Feast
  3. Spring
  4. Summer (Answer)

— he would have come to class.

  1. If mike had been able to finish is homework (Answer)
  2. Would mike be able to finish is homework
  3. If mike could finish his homework
  4. If mike is able to finish is homework

I’ll talk to you — telephone.

  1. Over (Answer)
  2. Within
  3. Across
  4. By

I don’t know how you can – so much noise.

  1. Put on
  2. Put away
  3. Put up with (Answer)
  4. Put back

After the rope had broken, the mountain climber was left dangling. The underlined word danging means –

  1. Falling
  2. swinginng (Answer)
  3. Sliding
  4. Wringkling

Which is correct —

  1. A friend in need is a friend in deed
  2. A friend in need is a friend indeed
  3. A friend in needs is a friend in deed (Answer)
  4. A friend in needs has a friend in deed

— received law degrees as today.

  1. The women are not ever
  2. Never so many woman have
  3. Never have so many (Answer)
  4. None of the above

Fill in the blank using right form of the verb:

Do you know why her mother – sad.

  1. look
  2. looks (Answer)
  3. looking
  4. Has been looked

My younger brother is — university student.

  1. a (Answer)
  2. The
  3. Reading
  4. An

The opposite of the word ‘flexible’ is —-

  1. Obese
  2. Rigid (Answer)
  3. Tough
  4. Breakable

The student of Bangladesh are more meritorious than — of the USA.

  1. That
  2. All
  3. those (Answer)
  4. Another

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