English Quiz Test 6

One Word Substitution / English Aptitude Vocabulary Test

Candidates are expected to have basic knowledge of English grammar, parts of speech, prepositions, punctuation, active and passive voice, idioms, proverbs, phrases, synonyms, antonyms, analogies, sentence construction, etc. Candidates should be able to use English correctly.

One Word Substitution MCQs (English Aptitude Vocabulary Test). In this type of test, you will be given a set of words. From four possible alternative words, you need to choose the word that can be used as a substitute to the given group of words. This type of MCQs Test is very important for English Verbal Ability Vocabulary Questions. One Word Substitution MCQs (English Aptitude Vocabulary Test) will help you in Descriptive papers too. For example, you will be able to summarize a paragraph in the Precise section more confidently.


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Q1. A trite, stereotyped expression:
Q2. One who travels from place to place
Q3. One who is unable to read or write
Q4. A part of a word that can be pronounced separately
Q5. One who lacks knowledge
Q6. One who entertains his guest well
Q7. Place where birds are kept
Q8. That which is contrary to law
Q9. Of unknown authorship:
Q10. That which cannot be attacked or taken by force
Q11. One who has exaggerated anxiety about one's health
Q12. A person who is skilled in horsemanship
Q13. The mistake of placing something in the wrong period of time:
Q14. A low area storm with high winds rotating about a centre of low atmospheric pressure
Q15. A doctor who specializes in diseases of the nose
Q16. The absence of government:
Q17. A broad road bordered with trees
Q18. The killing of one man by another man
Q19. A hundred year old man:
Q20. A substance in the blood tending to neutralize matter that is harmful:
Q21. A place to bury dead bodies:
Q22. Living for years and years
Q23. The yearly return of a date:
Q25. The cessation of warfare before signing a treaty:
Q25. One who loves mankind is called

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