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  • 1. 

    (Find error) Ali is between sarmad,Ahmed, Ali and Wahab.

    • A.

      Is

    • B.

      Between

    • C.

      And

    • D.

      No error

    Correct Answer
    D. No error
    Explanation
    The given sentence does not contain any error. It correctly states that Ali is between Sarmad, Ahmed, and Wahab.

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  • 2. 

    (Find error) She has spreded  good news.

    • A.

      She

    • B.

      Has

    • C.

      Spreaded

    • D.

      Good

    Correct Answer
    C. Spreaded
    Explanation
    "Spread" has the same three forms.

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  • 3. 

    (Find error) Was Ali not invite by them.?

    • A.

      Was

    • B.

      By

    • C.

      Them

    • D.

      invite

    Correct Answer
    D. invite
    Explanation
    The word "invite" should be changed to "invited" in order to make the sentence grammatically correct.

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  • 4. 

    (Find error) Boys had helped his elders.

    • A.

      Had

    • B.

      Helped

    • C.

      His

    • D.

      No error

    Correct Answer
    C. His
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "His." The error in the given sentence is that the possessive pronoun "his" is used instead of the plural pronoun "their." Since the subject of the sentence is "boys," which is a plural noun, the pronoun should also be plural to maintain subject-verb agreement.

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  • 5. 

    (Find error) She may be taking tea.

    • A.

      May be

    • B.

      Taking

    • C.

      She

    • D.

      No error

    Correct Answer
    D. No error
    Explanation
    The given sentence "She may be taking tea" is grammatically correct and does not contain any errors. The phrase "may be" is used correctly to indicate a possibility or uncertainty, and the verb "taking" is in the present participle form, which is appropriate in this context. The subject "She" is also correctly placed in the sentence. Therefore, there is no error in the given sentence.

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  • 6. 

    "May have" relates with tense??

    • A.

      Past potential

    • B.

      Present Dubus

    • C.

      Past dubus

    • D.

      Past Habitual

    Correct Answer
    C. Past dubus
    Explanation
    "May have" is a phrase that is used to express possibility or uncertainty about a past event. It is used to indicate that something might have happened in the past. In this context, "Past dubus" is the correct answer because it correctly identifies the tense that is associated with the phrase "may have."

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  • 7. 

    She cries loudly. "Cries" is 

    • A.

      Model verb

    • B.

      Transitive verb

    • C.

      Intransitive verb

    • D.

      Linking verb

    Correct Answer
    B. Transitive verb
    Explanation
    The word "cries" in the given sentence is a transitive verb because it takes an object, which is "loudly". In this sentence, the subject "she" is performing the action of crying, and the adverb "loudly" describes how she is crying. Therefore, "cries" is a transitive verb as it requires an object to complete its meaning.

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  • 8. 

    These are your apples. "Your" is  

    • A.

      Personal pronoun

    • B.

      Demonstrative pronoun

    • C.

      Possessive pronoun

    • D.

      Reflexive pronoun

    Correct Answer
    C. Possessive pronoun
    Explanation
    The word "your" in the given sentence is a possessive pronoun. It is used to show ownership or possession. In this case, it indicates that the apples belong to the person being addressed.

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  • 9. 

    I have two jeeps .........  A Car.

    • A.

      With

    • B.

      Except

    • C.

      Beside

    • D.

      Besides

    Correct Answer
    D. Besides
    Explanation
    The word "besides" is the correct answer because it means "in addition to" or "apart from." In the given sentence, the speaker mentions having two jeeps and then adds "besides a car," indicating that they also have a car in addition to the two jeeps.

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  • 10. 

    What is called the Meaningful group of  words?

    • A.

      Sentence

    • B.

      Word

    • C.

      Letter

    • D.

      Fragment

    Correct Answer
    A. Sentence
    Explanation
    A sentence is called a meaningful group of words because it is a complete thought or idea expressed in words. It consists of a subject and a predicate, and it conveys a clear and coherent meaning to the reader or listener. Unlike words or letters, which are individual components of language, a sentence combines these components to create a meaningful unit of communication. A fragment, on the other hand, is an incomplete or unfinished sentence that does not express a complete thought.

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  • 11. 

    "Change the voice" NOTE! your spellings must be correct neither your blank's answer will be treated as wrong. 1.CHANGE THE VOICE.

    Correct Answer
    Let the voice be changed
    Explanation
    The given statement is a command or request to change the voice. In passive voice, the subject of the sentence becomes the object and the object becomes the subject. Therefore, the passive voice form of the sentence would be "Let the voice be changed."

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  • 12. 

    (Change the voice) ​​​you were being loved by his brother.

    Correct Answer
    His brother was loving you.
    Explanation
    The original sentence "you were being loved by his brother" is in the passive voice, indicating that the subject (you) is receiving the action of the verb (being loved). By changing it to the active voice, the subject (his brother) becomes the doer of the action, loving you. Therefore, the correct answer is "His brother was loving you."

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  • 13. 

    Superlative degree of "Out" is

    Correct Answer
    Outer most
    Explanation
    The superlative degree of "Out" is "Outer most". This means that "Outer most" is the highest degree of "Out" when comparing it to other degrees. It implies that something is the farthest or most distant from a central point or location.

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  • 14. 

    (Narrate it) She said" Alas! I have failed in exam

    Correct Answer
    She exclaimed with sorrow that she had failed in exam
    Explanation
    The given answer correctly explains that the woman expressed her disappointment and sadness about failing the exam by exclaiming with sorrow. The use of the word "alas" in her statement indicates her distress. The phrase "she had failed in the exam" shows that the failure had already occurred in the past.

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  • 15. 

    Who is calling you?( Passive voice)

    Correct Answer
    By whom are you being called?
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "By whom are you being called?" This is the correct answer because it follows the correct structure of the passive voice. In the passive voice, the object of the active sentence becomes the subject of the passive sentence, and the subject of the active sentence becomes the object of the passive sentence. In this case, "you" is the subject of the active sentence, so it becomes the object in the passive sentence. "Who" becomes the subject in the passive sentence, and "calling" is changed to "being called" to show the passive voice.

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  • 16. 

    Instruction Select the correct answer of the capitalized word. Adrenalin has the effect of strengthening and ACCELERATING the heartbeat.

    • A.

      Quickening

    • B.

      Diminishing

    • C.

      Aborting

    • D.

      Abolishing

    Correct Answer
    A. Quickening
    Explanation
    Adrenalin is a hormone that is known to increase heart rate and blood pressure. Therefore, the correct answer is "quickening" as it means to make something happen faster or speed up.

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  • 17. 

    There was no "ACCESS" to the large garden of the house except a well- hidden gate.

    • A.

      Attack

    • B.

      Seizure

    • C.

      Entrance

    • D.

      Turn

    Correct Answer
    C. Entrance
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "entrance" because it is the only option that relates to gaining access to the large garden. The sentence mentions that there was no access except for a well-hidden gate, indicating that the gate serves as the entrance to the garden.

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  • 18. 

    I hope you are not going to" ABANDON" your project.

    • A.

      Modify slightly

    • B.

      Give up completely

    • C.

      Change

    • D.

      Postpone

    Correct Answer
    B. Give up completely
    Explanation
    The phrase "ABANDON" in the sentence suggests a strong action of completely giving up on the project. The word "hope" indicates that the speaker does not want the person to abandon the project, implying that it would be a negative outcome. Therefore, the correct answer is "give up completely."

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  • 19. 

    Panthotenic acid is ABUNDANT in eggs, peas and potatoes.

    • A.

      Plentiful

    • B.

      Inadequate

    • C.

      Scarce

    • D.

      Insufficient

    Correct Answer
    A. Plentiful
    Explanation
    Panthotenic acid is found in large quantities in eggs, peas, and potatoes. These foods are rich sources of this nutrient, indicating that they contain an abundant amount of panthotenic acid. Therefore, the correct answer is "plentiful."

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  • 20. 

    The pilot changed direction  ABRUPTLY, causing great panic in the plane.

    • A.

      Foreseen

    • B.

      Unexpectedly

    • C.

      Anticipated

    • D.

      Intended

    Correct Answer
    B. Unexpectedly
    Explanation
    The word "ABRUPTLY" suggests that the pilot changed direction suddenly and without warning. This caused great panic in the plane because the passengers were not prepared for such a sudden change. Therefore, the most appropriate word to describe this situation is "unexpectedly," as it conveys the element of surprise and lack of anticipation. "Foreseen" and "anticipated" imply that the passengers were aware of the change beforehand, which is not the case here. "Intended" suggests that the pilot purposely changed direction, but it does not convey the element of surprise.

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