Sub-Registrar Exam Question-2016 (MCQ Type)

English

26. Which of the following is correct?

A. He neither speaks English nor French
B. He speaks nor English or French
C. He speaks neither English nor French
D. Neither he speaks English nor French

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Option: C


He speaks neither English nor French

27. Fill in the blank with the correct choice: ­ ‘How much did you ­­­——– the book?’

A. Pay
B. Paid
C. Pay for
D. Pay on

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Option: C


Pay for

28. Another word for ‘prejudice’ is-

A. Fear
B. Disease
C. Loneliness
D. Bigotry

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Option: D


Bigotry- ধর্মান্ধতা

29. A review of the patient’s eating habits showed that her diet was ­­­ ———— in vitamin B.

A. Lacking
B. Absorb
C. Overly
D. Suffering

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Option: A


Lacking

30. The bus is the ­­­ ———– expensive way to get around.

A. Less
B. Lesser
C. Least
D. More

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Option: C


Least

31. Which one is the subject in the sentence?

To defrost this fridge takes ages.

A. Fridge
B. To defrost
C. Frost
D. To defrost this fridge

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Option: D


To defrost this fridge

32. We must buy the tickets next week. Here ‘next week’ is-

A. Object
B. Noun
C. Adverbial
D. Complement

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Option: C


Adverbial

33. The expression “He is all but ruined.” means­­

A. He has everything
B. He is out of danger
C. He is nearly ruined
D. He ruined others than himself

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Option: C


He is nearly ruined

34. The phrase “To embrace a habit” means-

A. To reject it
B. To eliminate it
C. To eagerly engage in it
D. Be curious about it

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Option: C


To eagerly engage in it

35. Kim was written by­

A. Kipling
B. Forster
C. Conrad
D. Hardy

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Option: A


Kipling

36. Which of the following is not true about Shakespeare?

A. Poet
B. Playwright
C. Novelist
D. Actor

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Option: C


Novelist

37. An elegy is a ­

A. Hymn
B. Limerick
C. Poem of lamentation
D. Satire

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Option: C


Poem of lamentation

38. Which of the following is chronologically in order?

A. Chaucer, Spenser, Shelley, Swinburne
B. Shakespeare, Chaucer, Eliot, Donne
C. Hughes, Eliot, Yeats, Auden
D. Hopkins, Browning, Wordsworth, Marvell

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Option: A


Chaucer, Spenser, Shelley, Swinburne

39. Ben Jonson introduced ­

A. Allegory
B. Heroic drama
C. Comedy of manners
D. Comedy of humours

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Option: D


Comedy of humours

40. A cliche is a ­

A. A witty statement
B. A worn out statement
C. A false evidence
D. Irish humour

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Option: B


A worn out statement

41. What does ‘apartheid’ refer to?

A. Apart
B. Distance
C. Discrimination
D. Dialogue

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Option: C


Discrimination

42. ‘Renaissance’ means the­

A. Revival of learning
B. Revival of human rights
C. Revival of life
D. Revival of medieval spirit

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Option: A


Revival of learning

43. Fill in the blanks: ­If he hadn’t been so tired, he___ ­­asleep so quickly.

A. Didn’t fall
B. Hadn’t fallen
C. Wouldn’t fallen
D. Wouldn’t have fallen

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Option: D


Wouldn’t have fallen

44. What is the antonym of ‘Apex’?

A. Top
B. Peak
C. Base
D. Pinnacle

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Option: C


Base

45. The word ‘ecological‘ is related to­­

A. Atmosphere
B. Pollution
C. Environment
D. Demography

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Option: C


Environment

46. Which spelling is correct?

A. Layeing
B. Lieing
C. Lying
D. Lahying

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Option: C


Lying

47. Handy is the synonym of ­

A. Comfortable
B. Useful
C. Convenient to use
D. Necessary

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Option: B


Useful

48. Choose the right preposition: ­­We shall refrain ­­­­­­­­­———– doing it.

A. From
B. Of
C. By
D. At

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Option: A


From

49. Fill in the blank with the right word:­ ___now follows is a party political broadcast.

A. What
B. There
C. It
D. If

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Option: A


What

50. Which of the following is correct?

A. Sophoeles tragedies are famous
B. Sophieles’ tragedies are famous
C. Sophieles’s tragedies are famous
D. The Sophieles tragedy is famous

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Option: C


Sophieles’s tragedies are famous