English Sentence Completion – Set 1 – English – Free PDF Download

English Sentence Completion – Set 1 – English – Free PDF Download

Before we kick start today’s session let’s quickly revise 20 Foreign Words/ Expressions:

1. Alpha and omega

  • Meaning
  • From beginning to end

2. Annus mirabilis

  • Meaning
  • A year of wonderful events

Ad hoc

  • Meaning
  • temporary

Ad infinitum

  • Meaning
  • forever

Fait accompli

  • Meaning
  • A work surely done

Ad antiquo

  • Meaning
  • From ancient times

Agent provocateur

  • Meaning
  • Culprits in disguise

Bonafide

  • Meaning
  • Genuine

Coup d etat

  • Meaning
  • To change a government by rebellion

Carte blanche

  • Meaning
  • Full freedom

De novo

  • Meaning
  • afresh

Dramatis personae

  • Meaning
  • Characters in drama

El dorado

  • Meaning
  • A country of gold

En route

  • Meaning
  • On the way
    In the way

Ipso facto

  • Meaning
  • really

In camera

  • Meaning
  • Confidentially, secretly

Lingua franca

  • Meaning
  • The language of the masses

Mala fide

  • Meaning
  • With a bad situation

Magnum opus

  • Meaning
  • The best work

Tabula rasa

  • Meaning
  • Clean slate

1st category- One sentence one blank

Q. Although Ajay was a criminal, his one ________ feature was his love
1. Saving
2. Redeeming
3. Recovering
4. acquiring

3rd category- two sentences and two blanks

Q. 1. The whole group was invited to _______ the model of the proposed new city
2. There is an amazing _______ of the town from the window

a. Look
b. Impression
c. Sight
d. view

The process of finding the correct answer- if you know the answer in a
flash then tick the choice Or else use elimination and key words method Let’s practice some questions

Practice set 1

Q. The doctor tried both penicillin and sulphanilamide; the penicillin proved
to be the ______ effective drug
1. Very
2. More
3. Most
Q. He _____ his camera on the railway
1. Laid
2. Lay
3. lain
Q. The meeting was presided _____ by the Prime Minister
1. On
2. Upon
3. Up
4. over
Q. He is the friend _____ I trust most
1. Him
2. Whom
3. Which
4. Who
Q. The children were disappointed because they had hoped _____ with us
1. To have gone
2. To go
3. Would have gone

Q. The boy you met yesterday is in class _______1. Ninth
2. The ninth
3. Nine
4. The nine

Q. It is indeed _____ that 40 years after independence, we have failed to _____ a suitable education or examination system
1. Bad, produce
2. Improper, create
3. Sad, evolve
4. Objectionable, present

Q. He ____ that he could speak languages
1. Challenged
2. Boasted
3. Submitted
4. suggested

Q. He is too ______ to be deceived easily
1. Strong
2. Modern
3. Kind
4. Honest
5. intelligent
Q. Ravi’s behaviour is worthy of ______ by all the youngsters
1. Trail
2. Emulation
3. Following
4. Exploration
5. experiment
Q. The speaker did not properly use the time as he went on _______ one point alone
1. Dilating
2. Devoting
3. Deliberation
4. Diluting
5. distributing

Q. The principal and staff have made _____ efforts to enable the students to attend college on the days of the bus strike
1. Integrated
2. Deliberate
3. Concerted
4. systematic

Q. It was ____ that a mind so pure and searching could miss the truth
1. Likely
2. Unlikely
3. Possible
4. scarcely

Q. The _____ is working on wood
1. Artifact
2. Artistic
3. Artist
4. Artisan
Q. If an indelible ink is used, this will not be _______
Observed
Obligated
Obliterated
Obviated

 

 

 

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Updated on 03 Sep 2019  |  by admin