Multiple Choice Questions:
Question No 1: Choose the correct option. No one can —- that he is clever.
- Admire (Answer)
Question No 2: Choose the correct option. He gave up — football when he got married.
- Playing ( Answer )
- Of playing
- To play
Question No 3: choose the correct option. “A person who writes about his own life” writes —–
- a biography
- an autobiography ( Answer )
- a diary
- a chronicle
Question No- 4: The idiom “without issue” means-
- no mother
- childless (Answer )
- no wealth
Question No- 5: choose the correct spelling.
- Separate (Answer )
Question No. 6: Choose the correct spelling.
- Lieutenant (Answer)
Question No.7: select the correct sentence.
- He resembles to his father.
- He resembles as his father
- He resembles like his father
- He resembles his father
The passive form of the sentence, “we don’t like idle people” is-
- Idle people are not like by us
- We are not like by idle people
- Idle people are not liked by us (Answer)
- Idle people are not of our liking.
Question No.9: ‘Termination’ means-
- To begin
- To end (Answer)
- To start
- To continue
Question No.10: what is the meaning of “white Elephant”?
- An elephant of white color
- A hoarder
- A black marketer
- A very costly or troublesome possession. (Answer)
Question No. 11: Which of the following is the correct proverb?
- All is well that end well
- All is well that ends well (Answer)
- All are well that end well
- All are well that ends well.
Question No.12: Choose the correct English sentence.
- The cow eats grass
- Cows eat grass
- The cow lives on grass. (Answer)
- The cows lives eating grass.
Question No.13: Choose the best possible passive form “Who is calling me?”
- By whom am I being called? ( Answer)
- By whom I am being called?
- By whom I am called.
- By whom have I been called?
Question No.14: Bangladesh is overpopulated. The meaning of the underline word-
- Many people
- Too many people (Answer)
- So much people
- Too much people
Question No.15: Choose the correct form of sentence.
- I wait your decision.
- I wait to your decision.
- I await for your decision.
- I await your decision. (Answer)