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communication Online Quiz - 9

Description: communication Online Quiz - 9
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What does this idiom mean--- Be out of your brain??????

  1. a great thinker

  2. someone who does not use his brain at all

  3. fool

  4. be very drunk


Correct Option: D

What does this idiom mean--- Back to square one??????

  1. start and come back to same point in your journey

  2. back to your root

  3. you have to start working on something from the beginning because your previous attempt failed

  4. stop doing any work


Correct Option: C

What does this idiom mean--- Put your back into something???????

  1. make a person angry

  2. work at something with all one’s energy

  3. To mastermind a conspiracy against someone

  4. to cry foul words about someone in his/her absence


Correct Option: B

What does this idiom mean---Keep at arms length?????????

  1. you avoid being too friendly with a person

  2. to keep something near to you

  3. be friendly with others

  4. grab something near to you


Correct Option: A

Spot the error in the below provided options: See the answers provided in the extra slots

  1. Having received your letter

  2. this morning, we are writing

  3. to thank you for the same.

  4. No error


Correct Option: D

Spot the error in the below provided options: See the answers provided in the extra slots

  1. I have got

  2. my M.Sc. degree

  3. in 1988.

  4. No error.


Correct Option: A

Spot the error in the below provided options: See the answers provided in the extra slots

  1. One of the members

  2. expressed doubt if

  3. the Minister was an athiest.

  4. No error.


Correct Option: B

Spot the error in the below provided options: See the answers provided in the extra slots

  1. A lot of travel delay is caused

  2. due to the inefficiency and lack of good management

  3. on behalf of the railways

  4. No error.


Correct Option: C

Spot the error in the below provided options: See the answers provided in the extra slots

  1. If I had known

  2. this yesterday

  3. I will have helped him.

  4. No error.


Correct Option: C

Spot the error in the below provided options:

  1. The Indian radio

  2. which was previously controlled by the British rulers

  3. is free now from the narrow vested interests.

  4. No error.


Correct Option: C

Spot the error in the below provided options:

  1. The Prime Minister has said that India would not have spent so much on defence

  2. if some of the neighbouring countries

  3. adopted the policy of restricting defence expenditure

  4. No error.


Correct Option: A

Spot the error in the below provided options:

  1. I could not put up in a hotel

  2. because the boarding and lodging charges

  3. were exorbitant

  4. No error.


Correct Option: A

Spot the errors in the below options:

  1. An Indian ship

  2. laden with merchandise

  3. got drowned in the Pacific Ocean.

  4. No error


Correct Option: C

Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any). Spot the errors in the below options:

  1. We discussed about the problem so thoroughly

  2. on the eve of the examination

  3. that I found it very easy to work it out.

  4. No error.


Correct Option: A

She is enthusiastic, ________ and informed, and I look forward to working with her.

  1. Perspicacious

  2. Nubile

  3. Supererogatory

  4. Sybaritic


Correct Option: A

In his online campaign videos, he admits that he'll ________ the results in order to win, and once in power, he plans to embezzle state funds.

  1. Rig

  2. Stall

  3. Embody

  4. Mute


Correct Option: A

Sometimes he ________, words coming unconsciously from him in grotesque exclamations.

  1. Condoled

  2. Stagnated

  3. Prattled

  4. Oscillated


Correct Option: C

Before the trial she had said she had little hope of a ________, saying: "If you're not that hopeful, then you can't be disappointed.

  1. Distortion

  2. Reprieve

  3. Waddle

  4. Exoneration


Correct Option: B

Persecution of individuals for the peaceful expression of political views is ________ with internationally recognized norms of human rights.

  1. Insurgent

  2. Limp

  3. Precedent

  4. Inconsistent


Correct Option: D

In the shock and shame of her father's marriage, she had put away childish things, among them her schoolmates, who seemed in the retrospect immature and ________.

  1. Defunct

  2. Disjoint

  3. Spendthrift

  4. Puerile


Correct Option: D
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