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VERBAL ABILITY Direction for questions 1 to 40: Each question gives a word following by four choices. From the choice, select the most suitable synonym (word which means the same) for the main word and mark its number as the answer. 1. ABSTRACT (1) Peculiar (2) Summary (3) Normal (4) Diagnostic Answer: (2) 2. COMPLACENT (1) Disappointed (2) Evasive (3) Satisfied (4) Flimsy Answer: (3) 3. Exterminate (1) Evict (2) Dissociate (3) Accuse (4) Annihilate Answer: (4) 4. Famished (1) Agricultural (2) Hungry (3) Prestigious (4) Feasible Answer: (2) 5. Umpteen (1) Numerous (2) Youthful (3) Rainy (4) Convergent Answer: (1) . Ostensible (1) Strong (2) Desirable (3) Apparent (4) Fateful Answer: (3) 7. Stalwart (1) Watchful (2) Sturdy (3) Delicate (4) Encomium Answer: (2) 8. Munificence (1) Animosity (2) Exhilaration (3) Generosity (4) Co – operation Answer: (3) 9. Ovation (1) Applause (2) Growth (3) Abuse (4) Attraction Answer: (1) 10. Simulate (1) Accumulate (2) Smile (3) Pretend (4) Gamble Answer: (3) 11. Abysmal (1) Shameless (2) Dangerous (3) Profound (4) Horrible Answer: (3) 12. Bedlam (1) Comfortable (2) Fleshy (3) Lament (4) Tumult Answer: (4) 13. Chagrin (1) Current (2) Annoyance (3) Accuse (4) Intoxicate Answer: (2) 14. Dunk 1) Douse (2) Stale (3) Wet (4) Smell Answer: (1) 15. Embargo (1) Challenge (2) Restraint (3) Departure (4) Quarrel Answer: (2) 16. Fad (1) Quick (2) Vague (3) Vogue (4) Slow Answer: (3) 17. Grotesque (1) Bulky (2) Murky (3) Cumbersome (4) Weird Answer: (4) 18. Huckster (1) Cheat (2) Peddler (3) Simulate (4) Sweeper Answer: (2) 19. Innocuous (1) Inept (2) Indomitable (3) Harmless (4) Indecent Answer: (3) 20. Bizarre (1) Bookish (2) Odd (3) Tasty (4) Jubilant Answer: (2) 21. Distraught (1) Agitated (2) Tranquil (3) Rugged (4) Uneven Answer: (1) 22. Besmear (1) Colour (2) Add (3) Sully (4) Erase Answer: (3) 23. Panacea 1) Wonder (2) Elixir (3) Placebo (4) Honey Answer: (2) 24. Exacerbate (1) Excoriate (2) Eradicate (3) Erupt (4) Aggravate Answer: (4) 25. Fumble (1) Grope about (2) Grumble (3) Fall (4) Falter Answer: (1) 26. Lissome (1) Pretty (2) Petite (3) Lithe (4) Tiny Answer: (3) 27. Palpable (1) Visible (2) Perceivable (3) Audible (4) Presentable Answer: (2) 28. Quixotic (1) Cowardly (2) Rational (3) Impractical (4) Paradoxical Answer: (3) 29. Palliate (1) Alleviate (2) Denude (3) Mollify (4) Approbate Answer: (1) 30. Resilient (1) Stretchable (2) Spirited (3) Rigid (4) Buoyant Answer: (4) 31. Taciturn (1) Obstinate (2) Introvert 3) Uncommunicative (4) Unapproachable Answer: (3) 32. Vapid (1) Insipid (2) Inspiring (3) Vacuous (4) Lazy Answer: (1) 33. Wry (1) Shrunk (2) Wiry (3) Distorted (4) Wrinkled Answer: (3) 34. Zest (1) Humor (2) Keen interest (3) Attitude (4) Liking Answer: (2) 35. Morbid (1) Dry (2) Ethereal (3) Inflatable (4) Macabre Answer: (4) 36. Impetuous (1) Cat like (2) Rash (3) Impertinent (4) Jovial Answer: (2) 37. Arraign (1) Exonerate (2) Initiate (3) Accuse (4) Impart Answer: (3) 38. Apocryphal (1) Huge (2) Destructive (3) Mythological (4) Dubious Answer: (4) 39. Niggardly (1) Parsimonious (2) Spend thrift (3) Extravagant 4) Chivalrous Answer: (1) 40. Oscillate (1) Prevaricate (2) Vacillate (3) Negotiate (4) Eliminate Answer: (2) ————————————————- Direction for questions 1 to 40: In each of the following questions a word representing a disease is given along with the name of four parts of the human body. Indentify the part of the body with which the disease is associated and mark its number as your answer. 1. Mumps (1) Fingers (2) Eyes (3) Neck (4) Breasts Answer: (2) 2. Astigmatism (1) Backbone (2) Forehead (3) Toes (4) Eyes Answer: (4) 3. Diarrhea (1) Bowel (2) Temples (3) Knees (4) Elbows Answer: (1) . Migraine (1) Stomach (2) Palms (3) Forehead (4) Gums Answer: (3) 5. Cataract (1) Nose (2) Eyes (3) Mouth (4) Gums Answer: (2) 6. Eczema (1) Forehead (2) Intestine (3) Skin (4) Nose Answer: (3) 7. Gonorrhea (1) Lungs (2) Mouth (3) Eyes (4) Genitals Answer: (4) 8. Gangrene (1) Bones (2) Face (3) Tissues (4) Hair Answer: (3) 9. Emphysema (1) Throat (2) Lungs (3) Knee cap (4) Skin Answer: (2) 10. Cramp (1) Nose (2) Muscles (3) Forehead (4) Gums Answer: (2) 11. Glaucoma (1) Eyes (2) Lungs (3) Brain (4) Bones Answer: (1) 12. Rickets (1) Nerves (2) Lungs (3) Brain (4) Bones Answer: (4) 13. Encephalitis (1) Stomach 2) Brain (3) Liver (4) Spinal cord Answer: (2) 14. Polio (1) Chest (2) Throat (3) Legs (4) Brain Answer: (3) 15. Scurvy (1) Lungs (2) Teeth (3) Gums (4) Joints Answer: (3) 16. Fluorosis (1) Bones (2) Teeth (3) Head (4) Liver Answer: (2) 17. Leukoderma (1) Skin (2) Spine (3) Hair (4) Palms Answer: (1) 18. Leukemia (1) Skin (2) Intestines (3) Blood (4) Kidneys Answer: (3) 19. Diabetes mellitus (1) Stomach (2) Large intestine (3) Small intestine (4) Pancreas Answer: (4) 20. Tetanus (1) Ribs (2) Jaw (3) Throat (4) Nose Answer: (2) 21. Myopia (1) Eyes (2) Nose (3) Ear (4) Heart Answer: (1) 22. Goiter (1) Throat (2) Neck 3) Mouth (4) Pituitary gland Answer: (2) 23. Bronchitis (1) Blood (2) Lungs (3) Nose (4) Pharynx Answer: (2) 24. Acromegaly (1) Teeth (2) Bones (3) Joints (4) Pituitary gland Answer: (4) 25. Dermatitis (1) Skin (2) Nails (3) Toes (4) Fingers Answer: (1) 26. Jaundice (1) Skin (2) Stomach (3) Eyes (4) Liver Answer: (4) 27. Myocardial infarction (1) Muscle (2) Colon (3) Heart (4) Uterus Answer: (3) 28. Measles (1) Skin (2) Thyroid gland (3) Limbs (4) Pancreas Answer: (1) 29. Sinusitis (1) Brain (2) Lower legs (3) Hands (4) Nasal cavity Answer: (4) 30. Down’s syndrome (1) Blood (2) Ovary (3) Brain (4) Reproductive system

Answer: (3) 31. Dysentery (1) Skin (2) Intestines (3) Lungs (4) Stomach Answer: (2) 32. Beri beri (1) Skin (2) Intestines (3) Lungs (4) Stomach Answer: (4) 33. Conjunctivitis (1) Eyes (2) Ears (3) Small intestine (4) Neck Answer: (1) 34. Athlete’s foot (1) Feet (2) Palm (3) Toes (4) Sole Answer: (1) 35. Dysphasia (1) Brain (2) Blood (3) Muscles (4) Uterus Answer: (1) 36. Hypertension (1) Heart (2) Blood (3) Brain (4) Liver Answer: (2) 37. Parkinson’s disease (1) Lungs (2) Muscles (3) Nervous system (4) Blood Answer: (3) 38. Alzheimer’s disease (1) Nerves (2) Lungs (3) Liver (4) Brain Answer: (4) 39. Myasthenia 1) Muscles (2) Spinal chord (3) Teeth (4) Joints Answer: (1) 40. Myeloma (1) Teeth (2) Gums (3) Eyes (4) Bone marrow Answer: (4) ————————————————- Directions for questions 1 to 40: A foreign expression and four English phrases are given in each of the following questions. Identify the meaning of the foreign expression from the choices and mark its number as the answer. 1. Sine die (1) Until death (2) Without assigning any date (3) Quite opposite (4) Singularly Answer: (2) 2. Ad hoc (1) Permanent (2) Temporary (3) Advertisement (4) Blissful Answer: (2) 3. In memoriam (1) In the hospital 2) In memory of (3) In the mother’s womb (4) In born Answer: (2) 4. Tete-a-tete (1) Play tennis (2) Talk privately (3) Travel regularly (4) Difficult job Answer: (2) 5. Ad infinitum (1) Very small (2) Towards space (3) Without limit (4) For advertisement Answer: (3) 6. Infra dig (1) Hiding inside (2) Below dignity (3) Fading colour (4) Rainbow Answer: (2) 7. Lingua franca (1) Language of France (2) Lung disease (3) Local language (4) Group of friends Answer: (3) 8. Alma mater (1) One’s own matter (2) One’s own mother (3) Educational institution where one was taught (4) Occult science Answer: (3) 9. In loco parentis 1) In a locomotive (2) As local guardian (3) In local train (4) A disease of the larynx Answer: (2) 10. Harum-scarum (1) Traditional (2) Scarce (3) Reckless (4) Religious ceremony Answer: (3) 11. Sine qua non (1) A necessary condition (2) To emphasize (3) An efficient assistance (4) To object Answer: (1) 12. Pro tempore (1) To foment (2) Worthless (3) For the time being (4) To censure Answer: (3) 13. Campo Santo (1) Beyond recognition (2) Under consideration (3) Grievance (4) A burying ground Answer: (4) 14. Beau monde (1) An apprentice (2) World of high fashion (3) To misrepresent (4) To flatter Answer: (2) 15.

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Nom de plume (1) Brilliant shine (2) Pen name (3) Unadulterated (4) Legitimate Answer: (2) 16. Onus probandi (1) Suppress (2) Fatigue (3) The burden of proof (4) To provide encouragement Answer: (3) 17. Hoi polloi (1) Everybody (2) Talented (3) To avoid (4) Enjoyment Answer: (1) 18. In situ (1) In its original place (2) To succumb (3) To degenerate (4) Irrelevant Answer: (1) 19. Al fresco (1) In full swing (2) Face the consequences (3) Pull down (4) In the open air Answer: (4) 20. Au fait (1) Somewhat deaf (2) Full informed (3) Hopeful (4) Incapacitated Answer: (2) 21. Ad valorem (1) Without fear (2) According to rule 3) By the law (4) According to value Answer: (4) 22. Carte blanche (1) Unlimited authority (2) Trump card (3) Plus point (4) Remote control Answer: (1) 23. Bete noire (1) Intense desire (2) Object of dislike (3) Yearning (4) Adoration Answer: (2) 24. Coup de grace (1) Graceless act (2) Graceful coup (3) Merciful finished blow (4) Sudden exit Answer: (3) 25. Ex parte (1) From one side only (2) In the absence of (3) Without the knowledge of (4) Without the approval of Answer: (1) 26. Idee fixe (1) Complacency (2) Rudiment (3) Obsession (4) Remnant Answer: (3) 27. Dei gratia (1) Our blessing to you (2) Luckily 3) By sheer coincidence (4) By the grace of god Answer: (4) 28. Interdict (1) Banished (2) Eliminated (3) Forbidden (4) Buried Answer: (3) 29. Lapsus linguae (1) Elapse of time (2) Irregular (3) From the horse’s mouth (4) Slip of the tongue Answer: (4) 30. Mens sana in corpore sano (1) A weak mind in a sound body (2) A healthy mind in a healthy body (3) Sharp mind (4) An intelligent mind of a man Answer: (2) 31. Ne plus ultra (1) The Ultimate (2) Paradigm (3) Chimera (4) Icon Answer: (1) 32. Viva voce (1) Aloud (2) Interview (3) Verbal attack (4) Oration Answer: (2) 33. Per diem (1) Per day (2) By the year (3) By the day 4) The number of people Answer: (1) 34. Quid pro quo (1) Guess (2) Mutual benefit (3) Independent enquiry (4) Something in return Answer: (4) 35. Terra incognita (1) Pet name (2) Firm ground (3) Unknown territory (4) Concealed identity Answer: (3) 36. Vox populi (1) For the people (2) The voice of the people (3) By the people (4) The opinion of the masses Answer: (2) 37. Rigor mortis (1) Vigorous exercise (2) Rejuvenation (3) Genuine concern (4) Stiffness of death Answer: (4) 38. Nom de guerre (1) Pseudonym (2) Antonym (3) Acronym (4) Hymm Answer: (1) 39. Shalom Aleichem (1) May He Rest in Peace (2) Peace Be With You 3) May God Bless You (4) May You Coin Answer: (2) 40. SANS Souci (1) Overt (2) Explicit (3) Without care (4) Enthusiastic Answer: (3) ————————————————- Directions for questions 1 to 40: Each question has a sentence with one word underlined. Indentify the meaning of the underlined word from among the four alternatives and mark its number as answer. 1. The students’ agitation was kept in abeyance by the police action. (1) Postponed (2) Kept suspended (3) Alleviated (4) Invigorated Answer: (2) 2. His mental aberration accounts for this kind of work. (1) Deviation from normality (2) Firmness 3) Tight grip (4) Alertness Answer: (1) 3. If I could find the people responsible for the destruction, I would have no compunction about telling the police. (1) Hesitation (2) Doubt (3) Feeling of guilt or regret (4) Compulsion Answer: (3) 4. The report on the hospital mentions such desiderata as a supply of clean laundry and essential drugs. (1) Irresponsible activities (2) Stolen materials (3) Needed things (4) Disease – carrying articles Answer: (3) 5. The Minister got an overwhelming encore when he finished his song. (1) Stone – pelting (2) Garlanding (3) Call for repetition (4) Financial help Answer: (3) 6.

In his testimonial the witness gave a grotesque distortion of the truth. (1) Exact (2) Unbelievable (3) Countless (4) Incongruous Answer: (4) 7. She was ridiculed for waving her hand histrionically while specking to her parents. (1) Dramatically (2) Referring to history (3) In a lunatic manner (4) Vehemently Answer: (1) 8. The luxuriant growth of flowers in our garden surprised the visitors. (1) Showing luxury (2) Abundant (3) Multi coloured (4) Sweet smelling Answer: (2) 9. His officiousness was disliked by one and all among his colleagues. (1) In the manner of an officer (2) Haughty look (3) Interfering in a domineering way 4) Efficiency in doing the work Answer: (3) 10. The sedentary job made him obese and led to diabetes. (1) Hard (2) Detestable (3) Irregular (4) Inactive Answer: (4) 11. The police found that the man whom they had arrested was an accessory to several crimes (1) Eye- witness (2) Victim (3) Accomplice (4) Adversary Answer: (3) 12. Many of the workers demurred at working on Sundays and other holidays. (1) Demanded extra wages (2) Showed reluctance (3) Agreed enthusiastically (4) Expressed willingness Answer: (2) 13. The son deserted his father without the slightest contrition and left him in great misery. (1) Feeling of regret 2) Fear of reprisal (3) Feeling of remorse (4) Animosity Answer: (3) 14. Though he had amassed a lot of money in his youth he died an impecunious man. (1) Hated by all (2) Penniless (3) Illustrious (4) Revered by all Answer: (2) 15. Politicians extol their leaders for self-aggrandizement. (1) Praise highly (2) Accuse (3) Indict (4) Encourage Answer: (1) 16. The speech of the opposition leader on the education bill was a diatribe against the Chief Minister. (1) Accusation (2) Insult (3) Violent attack in words (4) Disparagement Answer: (3) 17. The actor’s sitting room was luxurious and flamboyant. (1) Costly (2) Congested 3) Ostentatious (4) Elevated Answer: (3) 18. The meeting started with a mellifluous prayer sung by a couple of girls. (1) Low tone (2) Sharp (3) Enticing (4) Sweet sounding Answer: (4) 19. Through they are paid high wages, bonus and other amenities, the workers appear to be mendacious. (1) Untruthful (2) Lazy (3) Hardworking (4) Languishing Answer: (1) 20. When the dispute was settled once and for all the employees began to work with alacrity. (1) Reluctance (2) Cheerful readiness (3) Unity (4) Sincerity Answer: (2) 21. President Bush is getting ready to retaliate against those behind the worst terrorist strikes in recent times. 1) Vindicate (2) Reconcile (3) Take revenge (4) Return Answer: (3) 22. The cautious are not always cowards. (1) Thrifty (2) Anorexic (3) Circumspect (4) Vigilant Answer: (3) 23. At present, he is in pecuniary difficulties. (1) Monetary (2) Business (3) Minor (4) Professional Answer: (1) 24. Many years ago we made a tryst with destiny, and now the time has come when we shall redeem our pledge. (1) Reproduce (2) Reiterate (3) Recapitulate (4) To fulfill Answer: (4) 25. The nights are clear but suffused with sloth and sullen expectation. (1) Covered (2) Coloured (3) Filled (4) Spread over Answer: (4) 26.

I left the letter on her bed and went to sleep exhausted from sobbing. (1) Tired (2) Burnt (3) Vexed (4) Faint Answer: (1) 27. Believe that life is worth living and your belief will help create the fact. (1) Imitate (2) Lead to (3) Discover (4) Exist Answer: (2) 28. She had no need to flaunt her beauty. (1) Express (2) Boast (3) Show off (4) Flout Answer: (3) 29. I regret the things I said as I said them under the influence of emotions that stemmed from anger and jealousy. (1) Forced (2) Progressed (3) Supported (4) Derived Answer: (4) 30. He moved to America to start his life afresh. (1) Renewed (2) Started (3) Commenced 4) Anew Answer: (4) 31. She filed for divorce because she was married to a sadist. (1) Miserly person (2) Cunning person (3) Stupid (4) Cruel person Answer: (4) 32. The word ‘US’ conjured up a whole new set of images in his mind. (1) Guessed (2) Roused (3) Believed (4) Planned Answer: (2) 33. The ship arrived at a previously uncharted island. (1) Unsure (2) Unknown (3) Unseen (4) Unmapped Answer: (4) 34. What she did was a manifestation of her frustration. (1) Expression (2) Desire (3) Wishes (4) Aim Answer: (1) 35. The conversion took place in front of a priest. (1) To notice (2) To hide (3) Change of religion (4) Bad behavior

Answer: (3) 36. The individuals who have forged ahead in this competitive world are awarded a trophy each. (1) Progressed (2) Jumped (3) Copied (4) Spoken Answer: (1) 37. Many people were trampled in the stampede. (1) Injured (2) Crushed (3) Run over (4) Twisted Answer: (2) 38. The film is full of potent images of war. (1) Necessary (2) Brutal (3) Powerful (4) Grieving Answer: (3) 39. We made a futile attempt to save the paintings from the flames. (1) Sincere (2) Forceful (3) Overt (4) Useless Answer: (4) 40. The book accuses him of silently acquiescing in the Nazi persecution of the Jews. (1) Requesting (2) Ordering 3) Surging (4) Agreeing Answer: (4) ————————————————- Directions for questions 1 to 40: An expression followed by four words is given in each of the following questions. The expression carries the meaning of one of the words. Find out the word and mark its number as the answer. 1. A hastily made obstacle to prevent entering (1) Fancying (2) Balustrade (3) Barricade (4) Bastion Answer: (3) 2. One who evaluates or judges fine art (1) Adjudicator (2) Artisan (3) Critique (4) Connoisseur Answer: (4) 3. Capable of reducing pain (1) Seductive (2) Palliative (3) Fugitive (4) Vindictive Answer: (2) . A collection of parts into a mass of sum – total (1) Aggregate (2) Congregate (3) Wholesome (4) Ultimate Answer: (1) 5. Having a quarrelsome character (1) Haughty (2) Opponent (3) Belligerent (4) Salubrious Answer: (3) 6. Careful watching over possible wrongdoing (1) Supervision (2) Surveillance (3) Servitude (4) Reconnaissance Answer: (2) 7. Concerned with practical ideas or views (1) Orthodox (2) Pragmatic (3) Sensitive (4) Apprehensive Answer: (2) 8. Showy but of little value (1) Luxurious (2) Decorative (3) Extrovert (4) Trumpery Answer: (4) 9. Long lasting deep bitterness or ill – will (1) Rancor (2) Grouse 3) Empathy (4) Enormity Answer: (1) 10. Very much concerned and anxious (1) Somber (2) Conciliatory (3) Impetuous (4) Solicitous Answer: (4) 11. A man who does not believe in the existence of God. (1) Agnostic (2) Ascetic (3) Atheist (4) Anarchist Answer: (3) 12. A government by officials. (1) Plutocracy (2) Oligarchy (3) Bureaucracy (4) Aristocracy Answer: (3) 13. To do away with a law. (1) Abrogate (2) Alienate (3) Aggravate (4) Annihilate Answer: (1) 14. A person capable of using both hands equally well. (1) Ambidextrous (2) Amphibious (3) Ambiguous (4) Amphibian Answer: (1) 15. Custom of a woman having many husbands. 1) Polygamy (2) Bigamy (3) Polyandry (4) Monogamy Answer: (3) 16. A person who easily believes whatever is told to him. (1) Bibulous (2) Credulous (3) Callous (4) Malicious Answer: (2) 17. Roundabout way of speaking (1) Circumnavigation (2) Circumvention (3) Circumlocution (4) Circumscription Answer: (3) 18. One who knows everything (1) Omnipresent (2) Ubiquitous (3) Omniscient (4) Omnipotent Answer: (3) 19. Use of ambiguous words to mislead the hearers (1) Verbatim (2) Locution (3) Equivocation (4) Malapropism Answer: (3) 20. A person with a generous heart. (1) Magnanimous (2) Malevolent (3) Fanatic (4) Stoic Answer: (1) 1. A thing done on the spur of the moment (1) Prepared (2) Fast (3) Extempore (4) Determinedly Answer: (3) 22. Something going from bad to worse (1) Worst (2) Degrade (3) Lesson (4) Deteriorate Answer: (4) 23. To hit it off with somebody (1) Conceit (2) Vibe well (3) Favor (4) Order Answer: (2) 24. Having ideas that are impractical (1) Blase (2) Exotic (3) Quixote (4) Polemicist Answer: (3) 25. A system by which everyone in a country votes to decide a matter of national importance (1) Utopia (2) Plebiscite (3) Veto (4) Plenary Answer: (2) 26. People who have special knowledge about a particular subject (1) Cognoscenti 2) Complacent (3) Bashful (4) Deadpan Answer: (1) 27. To tell someone angrily that he has done something wrong. (1) Remark (2) Correct (3) Upbraid (4) Upgrade Answer: (3) 28. Too many unnecessary words in speech or writing (1) Extraneous (2) Exfoliation (3) Verbal (4) Verbiage Answer: (4) 29. To rub out (1) Efface (2) Scarce (3) Gross (4) Statuesque Answer: (1) 30. A polite word for something shocking (1) Plexus (2) Pleonasm (3) Aphorism (4) Euphemism Answer: (4) 31. Military activity of sending soldiers and aircraft to find out about the enemy’s forces (1) Renaissance (2) Retribution (3) Reconnaissance (4) Readjustment

Answer: (3) 32. To be courageous and have the ability to keep calm in difficult situations. (1) Vapid (2) Sanguinary (3) Pliocene (4) Sangfroid Answer: (4) 33. The use of more words than are needed to express an idea (1) Plosive (2) Pleonasm (3) Plectrum (4) Aplenty Answer: (2) 34. A person who believes he is all powerful and wants to control other people’s lives (1) Narcissist (2) Impulsive (3) Megalomaniac (4) Motivated Answer: (3) 35. A word or phrase that is made by changing the order of the letters. (1) Anagram (2) Analogy (3) Anaerobic (4) Beauteous Answer: (1) 36. To make something shorter (1) Slight 2) Destruction (3) Truncate (4) Destroy Answer: (3) 37. The firing of several guns during a battle or as part of a ceremony (1) Salver (2) Salve (3) Samba (4) Salvo Answer: (4) 38. Humorous acting in which the performers fall all over, throwing things at each other (1) Ridiculous (2) Slapstick (3) Slather (4) Slither Answer: (2) 39. To use clever tricks and dishonesty to achieve something (1) Copious (2) Odious (3) Porous (4) Odoriferous Answer: (3) 40. Something which is extremely unpleasant (1) Copious (2) Odious (3) Porous (4) Odoriferous Answer: (2) ————————————————-

Directions for questions 1 to 40: Each question has a word following by four choices. From the choices, identify the one which is opposite in meaning (antonym) to the main word and mark its number as your answer. 1. Immaculate (1) Unclean (2) Immobile (3) Motherly (4) Accumulated Answer: (1) 2. Aggravate (1) Segregate (2) Adulterate (3) Ameliorate (4) Accommodate Answer: (3) 3. Considerate (1) Comprehensive (2) Atrocious (3) Malignant (4) Indifferent Answer: (4) 4. Fragrant (1) Malodorous (2) Utopian (3) Capricious (4) Primeval Answer: (1) 5. Crude (1) Cruel (2) Sophisticated (3) Malevolent (4) Primeval Answer: (2) . Haphazard (1) Cumbersome (2) Concocted (3) Orderly (4) Zigzag Answer: (3) 7. Ignominious (1) Crooked (2) Dishonest (3) Ominous (4) Laudable Answer: (4) 8. Mellowed (1) Ripened (2) Sensational (3) Immature (4) Ridiculous Answer: (3) 9. Robust (1) Sturdy (2) Feeble (3) Muscular (4) Ridiculous Answer: (2) 10. Vindictive (1) Forgiving (2) Relentless (3) Revengeful (4) Disproving Answer: (1) 11. Altruism (1) Kindness (2) Selfishness (3) Tenderness (4) Benevolence Answer: (2) 12. Boisterous (1) Serene (2) Rowdy (3) Violent (4) Tumultuous Answer: (1) 13. Cognizant (1) Observant (2) Perceptive (3) Conscious (4) Oblivious

Answer: (4) 14. Dull (1) Monstrous (2) Fascinating (3) Horrid (4) Ghastly Answer: (2) 15. Grouchy (1) Cantankerous (2) Grumpy (3) Contented (4) Surly Answer: (3) 16. Impudent (1) Rude (2) Courteous (3) Impertinent (4) Insolent Answer: (2) 17. Mitigate (1) Soothe (2) Abate (3) Assuage (4) Aggravate Answer: (4) 18. Novice (1) Adept (2) Dilettante (3) Amateur (4) Greenhorn Answer: (1) 19. Salubrious (1) Hale (2) Robust (3) Unhealthy (4) Hygienic Answer: (3) 20. Traitorous (1) Perfidious (2) Recreant (3) Devoted (4) Treacherous Answer: (3) 21. Virulent (1) Unpleasant (2) Soft (3) Clear (4) Benign Answer: (4) 22. Insubordinate 1) Observant (2) Servile (3) Calculating (4) Depressed Answer: (2) 23. Oblivion (1) Obscurity (2) Capacity (3) Consciousness (4) Strength Answer: (3) 24. Expostulation (1) Immigration (2) Susceptibility (3) Elegance (4) Approbation Answer: (4) 25. Disparage (1) Evolve (2) Expose (3) Appreciate (4) Converge Answer: (3) 26. Chaste (1) Defiled (2) Deify (3) Faithful (4) Immune Answer: (1) 27. Barren (1) Covered (2) Bare (3) Fecund (4) Unleashed Answer: (3) 28. Fortitude (1) Benefit (2) Eruption (3) Chivalry (4) Cowardice Answer: (4) 29. Callous (1) Careful (2) Wrinkled (3) Bloated (4) Emaciated Answer: (1) 30. Germane 1) Considerate (2) Genuine (3) Irrelevant (4) Upstart Answer: (3) 31. Laggard (1) Novice (2) Neophyte (3) Expert (4) Upstart Answer: (4) 32. Ossification (1) Liquefaction (2) Flexibility (3) Vigor (4) Viability Answer: (2) 33. Pedestrian (1) Mobile (2) Regular (3) Exciting (4) Imaginative Answer: (4) 34. Capricious (1) Greedy (2) Mutable (3) Resolute (4) Suppressive Answer: (3) 35. Opprobrious (1) Respectful (2) Miscible (3) Inspiring (4) Imitable Answer: (1) 36. Latitude (1) Fragility (2) Longitude (3) Attraction (4) Oppression Answer: (4) 37. Passive (1) Assertive (2) Bright (3) Chirpy (4) Higher Answer: (1) 8. Vapid (1) Dark (2) Lurid (3) Insipid (4) Mercurial Answer: (4) 39. Tumultuous (1) Halcyon (2) Mope (3) Cold (4) Conniving Answer: (1) 40. Anachronism (1) Obsession (2) Vogue (3) Radicalism (4) Pre-emption Answer: (2) ————————————————- Directions for questions 1 to 40: In each question, four words (identified as a, b, c and d) are given. Two of them are opposite in meaning to each other. Identify this pair from the choices and mark it as your answer. 1. (a) Abstract (b) Extract (c) Excessive (d) Concrete (1) B-C (2) A-B (3) A-D (4) A-C Answer: (3) 2. (a) Alacrity(b) Efficacy c) Laziness (d) Ambiguity (1) B-D (2) A-C (3) A-D (4) B-C Answer: (2) 3. (a) Brawn (b) Sturdy (c) Obese(d) Lean (1) C-D (2) A-C (3) B-C (4) A-D Answer: (1) 4. (a) Cogent(b) Unconvincing (c) Reasonable(d) Detergent (1) A-B (2) A-C (3) C-D (4) B-D Answer: (1) 5. (a) Diurnal (b) Informal (c) Corporeal (d) Nocturnal (1) B-D (2) B-C (3) A-D (4) A-C Answer: (3) 6. (a) Callous(b) Fallacious (c) Correct(d) Munificent (1) A-C (2) B-C (3) A-D (4) B-C Answer: (4) 7. (a) Frightful(b) Defamatory (c) Gruesome(d) Pleasant (1) A-C (2) B-C (3) A-D (4) C-D Answer: (4) 8. (a) Devolve(b) Impede (c) Debase(d) Pleasant (1) a-d (2) b-c (3) b-d

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