AFCAT ENGLISH QUIZ-15

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Question 1:

Direction: Find the correct word among the given options which is opposite in meaning to the given word. 

Dexterous

Question 2:

Direction: Select the correctly spelt word among the given below.

Question 3:

Direction: Select the correctly spelt word among the given below.

Question 4:

Direction: Read the given passage and find the correct option for the given blank spaces.

New Zealand and Australia have sent planes to _______(1)______ the damage from a huge undersea volcanic ________(2)_______ and tsunami that hit the Pacific nation of Tonga on Saturday. The eruption sent a thick blanket of ash into the sky, ________(3)_______ water supplies, cutting off communications and initially preventing surveillance flights assessing the ________(4)_______ of damage. But on Monday, flights from New Zealand and Australia were finally able to _______(5)________.
Find the correct option for the given blank space 3.
Direction: Read the given passage and find the correct option for the given blank spaces.

New Zealand and Australia have sent planes to _______(1)______ the damage from a huge undersea volcanic ________(2)_______ and tsunami that hit the Pacific nation of Tonga on Saturday. The eruption sent a thick blanket of ash into the sky, ________(3)_______ water supplies, cutting off communications and initially preventing surveillance flights assessing the ________(4)_______ of damage. But on Monday, flights from New Zealand and Australia were finally able to _______(5)________.

Question 5:

Direction: Read the given passage and find the correct option for the given blank spaces.

New Zealand and Australia have sent planes to _______(1)______ the damage from a huge undersea volcanic ________(2)_______ and tsunami that hit the Pacific nation of Tonga on Saturday. The eruption sent a thick blanket of ash into the sky, ________(3)_______ water supplies, cutting off communications and initially preventing surveillance flights assessing the ________(4)_______ of damage. But on Monday, flights from New Zealand and Australia were finally able to _______(5)________.
Find the correct option for the given blank space 4.
Direction: Read the given passage and find the correct option for the given blank spaces.

New Zealand and Australia have sent planes to _______(1)______ the damage from a huge undersea volcanic ________(2)_______ and tsunami that hit the Pacific nation of Tonga on Saturday. The eruption sent a thick blanket of ash into the sky, ________(3)_______ water supplies, cutting off communications and initially preventing surveillance flights assessing the ________(4)_______ of damage. But on Monday, flights from New Zealand and Australia were finally able to _______(5)________.

Question 6:

Direction: Find the correct meaning of the given idiom/phrase given below.

Go to the devil

Question 7:

Direction:Find the  incorrectly spelt word. 

Question 8:

Direction: In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.
Over the hill

Question 9:

Direction :- The four sentences labelled (A),(B),(C),(D) below, when properly sequenced would yield a coherent paragraph. Decide on the proper sequencing of the order of the sentences and key in the sequence of the four numbers as your answer. 


A. A carriage passes with a nasty, creaking noise.

B. If I am travelling in someone’s carriage, I dislike not only the noise but also the owner.

C. Annoying to think that the passengers may not be aware of it.

D. Such a person definitely is hateful.

Question 10:

Direction :- The four sentences labelled (A),(B),(C),(D) below, when properly sequenced would yield a coherent paragraph. Decide on the proper sequencing of the order of the sentences and key in the sequence of the four numbers as your answer. 


A. His influence over Nero was, at least initially, salutary.

B. He killed his mother and his brother and sent Seneca to exile.

C. Seneca was true follower of stoic-philosophy.

D. But, eventually, Nero’s cruel propensities themselves.