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FDA General English Previous Paper 2021

KPSC : First Division Assistant: General English Question Paper

Directions : For Questions No. 1 to 6, an idiom or a phrase has been used in the sentence which is underlined. You have to choose the option which explains the correct meaning of that and shade/blacken the correct answer in your answer sheet.

1. To add insult to mv injury, the car drove off without stopping after knocking me off my bike.
  (1) To escape from trouble, the car drove off without stopping after knocking me off my bike.
  (2) To make the situation more confusing, the car drove off without stopping after knocking me off my bike.
  (3) To make the situation worse, the car drove off without stopping after knocking me off my bike.
  (4) To make the situation simpler, the car drove off without stopping after knocking me off my bike.

CORRECT ANSWER

(3) To make the situation worse, the car drove off without stopping after knocking me off my bike.


2. I let the cat out of the bag about their wedding plans.
  (1) I accidently revealed their wedding plans.
  (2) I kept their wedding plans unrevealed.
  (3) I partially revealed their wedding plans.
  (4) A deliberately disclosed their wedding plans.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) I accidently revealed their wedding plans.


3. Manjesh showed his true colour by not helping his brother who was in great difficulty.
  (1) Manjesh concealed his true character by not helping his brother who was in great difficulty.
  (2) Manjesh lied about his true character by not helping his brother who was in great difficulty.
  (3) Manjesh revealed his real character by not helping his brother who was in great difficulty.
  (4) Manjesh remained true to his brother by not helping him when he was in great difficulty.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Manjesh revealed his real character by not helping his brother who was in great difficulty.


4. Corruption is the order of the day in every department.
  (1) Corruption is very common now-a-days in every department.
  (2) Corruption is uncommon today in any department.
  (3) Corruption is an unusual happening in every department now-a-days.
  (4) Corruption takes place in an orderly way, now-a-days in every department.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Corruption is very common now-a-days in every department.


5. People raised their voice against the murder of their leader by declaring a bandh.
  (1) People were confused at the murder of their leader and showed it by declaring a bandh.
  (2) People supported the followers of the murderer and declared a bandh.
  (3) People protested against the murder of their leader by declaring a bandh.
  (4) People could not get the murderer arrested and so declared a bandh.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) People protested against the murder of their leader by declaring a bandh.


6. Prudent people will not take a leap in the dark.
  (1) Prudent people take risks without the knowledge of its effects.
  (2) Prudent people do not do anything without any idea about its effects.
  (3) Prudent people do not progress because of the fear of unknown things.
  (4) Prudent people do not make mistakes because they do not trust anyone.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Prudent people do not do anything without any idea about its effects.


Directions : For Questions No. 7 to 11, four words have been given and one of those words is correctly spelt. You have to identify the word with the correct spelling and choose the correct answer from the options given.

7.
  (1) Pnumonia
  (2) Pnuemonia
  (3) Pneumonia
  (4) Neumonia
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Pneumonia


8.
  (1) Enemity
  (2) Enemiti
  (3) Enimety
  (4) Enmity
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Enmity


9.
  (1) Pronunciation
  (2) Pronounciation
  (3) Prononciation
  (4) Pronanciation
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Pronunciation


10.
  (1) Eflorescence
  (2) Efllorescence
  (3) Efflorescence
  (4) Efflorascence
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Efflorescence


11.
  (1) Schizofrenia
  (2) Schizophrenia
  (3) Schitzophrenia
  (4) Schisophrenia
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Schizophrenia


Directions : To answer Questions No. 12 to 21, choose the word from the options given which is a synonym or nearest in meaning to the given word.

12. Utility
  (1) Expectation
  (2) Usefulness
  (3) Prevalence
  (4) Ability
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Usefulness


13. Launch
  (1) Review
  (2) Begin
  (3) Force
  (4) Encourage

CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Begin


14. Sturdy
  (1) Straight-forward
  (2) Vigorous
  (3) Spontaneous
  (4) Elegant
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Vigorous


15. Fragile
  (1) Valid
  (2) Delicate
  (3) Frank
  (4) Impure
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Delicate


16. Generous
  (1) Receptive
  (2) Liberal
  (3) Honesty
  (4) Talented
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Liberal


17. Inscrutable
  (1) Difficult
  (2) Inflexible
  (3) Mysterious
  (4) Wary
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Mysterious


18. Scuttle
  (1) Delay
  (2) Mix
  (3) Shuffle
  (4) Destroy
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Destroy


19. Pinion
  (1) Reveal
  (2) Submit
  (3) Restrain
  (4) Express
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Restrain


20. Disparage
  (1) Scatter
  (2) Belittle
  (3) Waste
  (4) Discriminate
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Belittle


21. Vilify
  (1) Deceive
  (2) Defame
  (3) Deprive
  (4) Desert
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Defame


Directions : To answer Questions No. 22 to 31, choose the word which is an antonym or the most opposite in meaning to the given word.

22. Lethargic
  (1) Active
  (2) Sloth
  (3) Lazy
  (4) Smart
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Active


23. Famous
  (1) Stigma
  (2) Popular
  (3) Common
  (4) Obscure
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Obscure


24. Wealth
  (1) Poor
  (2) Aristocrat
  (3) Poverty
  (4) Rich
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Poverty


25. Impoverish
  (1) Rich
  (2) Enclose
  (3) Enrich
  (4) Elaborate
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Enrich


26. Baroque
  (1) Florid
  (2) Abandon
  (3) Empty
  (4) Plain
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Plain


27. Evasive
  (1) Free
  (2) Honest
  (3) Liberal
  (4) Frank
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Honest


28. Implicated
  (1) Absolved
  (2) Exonerated
  (3) Explicated
  (4) Liberated
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Absolved


29. Transmit
  (1) Televise
  (2) Withhold
  (3) Reply
  (4) Show
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Withhold


30. Cruelty
  (1) Kindness
  (2) Careful
  (3) Worst
  (4) Compassion
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Kindness


31. Whittled
  (1) Increased
  (2) Aggravated
  (3) Compensated
  (4) Retired
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Increased


Directions : For Questions No. 32 to 36, identify the grammatically incorrect part of the sentences from the options given.

32. Neither he nor his dad are good at driving.
  (1) Neither he
  (2) nor
  (3) his dad
  (4) are good at driving.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) are good at driving.


33. If you would try sincerely you would get good results certainly.
  (1) If you would try sincerely
  (2) you would get
  (3) good results certainly.
  (4) No error
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) No error


34. No sooner was he presented with a trophy then he started crying.
  (1) No sooner
  (2) was he presented
  (3) with a trophy
  (4) then he started crying.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) then he started crying.


35. They asked him to keep standing there till they had return.
  (1) They asked him
  (2) to keep standing there
  (3) till they had return.
  (4) No error
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) till they had return.


36. My friend did not see me for many years when I met him last week.
  (1) My friend did not see me
  (2) for many years
  (3) when I met him last week.
  (4) No error
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) My friend did not see me


Directions : Questions No. 37 to 41, deal with your ability to use appropriate articles. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate article and choose the correct answer from the given options.

37. _____ French defeated the Germans.
  (1) No article
  (2) A
  (3) An
  (4) The
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) The


38. _____ horse is a noble animal.
  (1) The
  (2) A
  (3) An
  (4) No article
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) The


39. This is ______ best book of elementary chemistry.
  (1) No article
  (2) a
  (3) the
  (4) an
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) the


40. Yesterday ___ European called at my office.
  (1) an
  (2) a
  (3) No article
  (4) the
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) a


41. I have a black and _____ white dog.
  (1) the
  (2) a
  (3) an
  (4) No article
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) a


Directions : Questions No. 42 to 47, deal with your ability to use appropriate verbs. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate verb and choose the correct answer from the given options.

42. My friend and benefactor ___________come.
  (1) have
  (2) has
  (3) being
  (4) been
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) has


43. The Orator and the statesman ______ dead.
  (1) is
  (2) are
  (3) was
  (4) be
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) are


44. Bread and Milk ____ his only food.
  (1) is
  (2) are
  (3) do
  (4) have
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) is


45. Fire and water ____ not agree.
  (1) do
  (2) does
  (3) has
  (4) None of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) do


46. We ____ a lot at the picnic yesterday.
  (1) enjoying ourself
  (2) was enjoyed
  (3) enjoyed ourselves
  (4) were enjoyed
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) enjoyed ourselves


47. If all candidates ____ the answers they would be passing the exams easily.
  (1) know
  (2) knew
  (3) were knows
  (4) were knowing
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) knew


Directions : Questions No. 48 to 50, are designed to test your knowledge of common errors that appear in the usage and application of English language. Each question has four sentences out of which three are incorrect due to grammatical error or due to wrong usage of words and one sentence is correct. You have to choose the correct answer from the options given.

48.
  (1) Every students like the Teacher.
  (2) Every students likes the Teacher.
  (3) Every student likes the Teacher.
  (4) Every student like the Teacher.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Every student likes the Teacher.


49.
  (1) Jim and me are going to the beach.
  (2) Jim and me were going to the beach.
  (3) Jim and me were gone to the beach.
  (4) Jim and I are going to the beach.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Jim and I are going to the beach.


50.
  (1) She doesn’t listen me.
  (2) She doesn’t listen to me.
  (3) She don’t listen me.
  (4) She didn’t listen me.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) She doesn’t listen to me.


Directions : Questions No. 51 to 55, are designed to test your comprehension of words in sentences. Choose the correct answer from the given options that explains the meaning of underlined word.

51. The girl has her father’s assent to the marriage.
  (1) Rejection
  (2) Approval
  (3) Apposition
  (4) Refusal
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Approval


52. At the time of interview, the candidates should furnish the original credentials.
  (1) Certificates
  (2) References
  (3) Questionnaire
  (4) None of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Certificates


53. Recently, in Big Bazar Discount Sale, Rita Kumari bought furniture at a fabulously low prize.
  (1) Unnecessarily
  (2) Unbelievably
  (3) Unknowingly
  (4) None of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Unbelievably


54. The government has rehabilitated the roadside dwellers by giving free-houses in extension areas.
  (1) Re-recognised
  (2) Re-enforced
  (3) Re-established
  (4) None of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Re-established


55. Democracy cannot tolerate onerous leaders.
  (1) Oppresive
  (2) Harmless
  (3) Temperate
  (4) Gentle
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Oppresive


56. In the sentence, “Let us even the ground”, the word ‘even’ belongs to _____ Part of speech.
  (1) Adverb
  (2) Verb
  (3) Adjective
  (4) Preposition
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Verb


57. Australia is one of the ____ with very high density of population in the world.
  (1) country
  (2) country’s
  (3) countries
  (4) countries’
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) countries


58. A sentence that expresses a command, order, desire, appeal is called ___ sentence.
  (1) Interrogative
  (2) Exclamatory
  (3) Imperative
  (4) Assertive
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Imperative


Directions : Questions No. 59 to 63, deal with your ability to use appropriate prepositions. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate prepositions and choose the correct answer from the given options.

59. Yesterday, the thieves broke ____ my house and stole my watch and money.
  (1) inside
  (2) onto
  (3) out of
  (4) into
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) into


60. He looks upset, I think he took the criticism ____ heart.
  (1) to
  (2) about
  (3) in
  (4) of
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) to


61. Why is he coming ____ me ?
  (1) to
  (2) in
  (3) towards
  (4) from
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) towards


62. Escaping from its cage, my little bird flew ___ the open window.
  (1) out
  (2) through
  (3) out to
  (4) of
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) through


63. I was extremely happy that day, because I had passed my exams _____ flying colours.
  (1) on
  (2) along
  (3) with
  (4) in
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) with


Directions : For Questions No. 64 to 68, read the sentences carefully and choose the correct answers from the options given.

64. Sneha : “By initiating the fight with Sonal in office, Kavita had killed the goose that lays the golden egg”.
Here Sneha is trying to say that…
  (1) By initiating the fight with Sonal in office, Kavita had left her speechless.
  (2) Kavita had ruined her chances of success by picking a fight with Sonal in office.
  (3) Kavita had exacted her revenge by picking a fight with Sonal in office.
  (4) Kavita had hurt Sonal by picking a fight with her in office.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Kavita had ruined her chances of success by picking a fight with Sonal in office.


65. Neha : “What happened to Ajay ?”
Dinesh : “He burnt his fingers by interfering in his neighbour’s affair”.
What does Dinesh mean ?
  (1) got himself into trouble
  (2) burnt himself
  (3) got himself insulted
  (4) got rebuked
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) got himself into trouble


66. Narrator : “After trying hard to convince Naresh to change his ways, Ramesh realised that a leopard cannot change its spots”.
What is the narrator trying to convery ?
  (1) Ramesh realised that Naresh would never change his ways.
  (2) Ramesh realised that Naresh was helpless.
  (3) Ramesh realised that he was not good at convincing others.
  (4) Ramesh realised that Naresh would change his ways soon.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Ramesh realised that Naresh would never change his ways.


67. Do you expect much rain this month ? It hardly ever rains in March.
The man is suggesting :
  (1) There is little rain in March.
  (2) In March it never rains.
  (3) It rains hard in March.
  (4) When it rains in March, it rains hard.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) In March it never rains.


68. Clara : “Alas ! we lost the match”.
Manu : “Oh ! Don’t pour oil on troubled water”.
What does Manu mean about the match ?
  (1) The match was really boring.
  (2) Manu was not interested in discussing.
  (3) He wants to quit the ground.
  (4) Manu was in grief, that they lost the match.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) He wants to quit the ground.


Directions : In Questions No. 69 to 73, each question contains a paragraph of 6 sentences. The first and the sixth sentences are given in the beginning and end with numbers 1 and 6 respectively. The four sentences in the middle are jumbled and labelled P, Q, R and S. You ‘must identify the proper order of these four sentences and shade/blacken the option that correctly identifies this sequence.

69. 1. Those who
  P. expect others
  Q. cannot treat
  R. should not
  S. others well
  6. to treat them well.
  (1) QPRS
  (2) QSRP
  (3) RPQS
  (4) SRPQ
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) QSRP


70. 1. Long, long time ago
  P. who lived with his virtuous life
  Q. in a country called Chinchinchoo
  R. there lived a noble king
  S. and seven daughters
  6. Pretty, graceful and well-versed in fine arts.
  (1) PSQR
  (2) QRPS
  (3) RPSQ
  (4) SQRP
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) QRPS


71. 1. He dared
  P. the forty thieves
  Q. to fight
  R. who
  S. challenged him
  6. to a duel.
  (1) PQRS
  (2) QPRS
  (3) RSQP
  (4) SPQR
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) QPRS


72. 1. Putting it another way
  P. what we see as our
  Q. our goals throughout our lives
  R. we are constantly resetting
  S. in response to
  6. wins and losses.
  (1) RQSP
  (2) QPRS
  (3) PRSQ
  (4) RSQP
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) RQSP


73. 1. At the end of the assignment
  P. the field worker
  Q. submitted his papers
  R. for the work done by him
  S. and also bills
  6. to the Office Superintendent.
  (1) PQSR
  (2) QPRS
  (3) QSRP
  (4) RSQP
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) PQSR


Directions : Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow (Questions No. 74 to 78). Your answers to these questions should be based on the passage only.

Today, I Rabindranath Tagore complete eighty years of my life. As I look back on the vast stretch of years that lie behind me and see in clear perspective the history of my early development, I am struck by the change that has taken place both in my own attitude and in the psychology of my countrymen – a change that carries within it a cause of profound tragedy.
Our direct contact with the larger world of men was linked up with the contemporary history of the English people whom we came to know in those earlier days. It was mainly through their mighty literature that we formed our ideas with regard to these newcomers to our Indian shores. In those days the type of learning that was served out to us was neither plentiful nor diverse, nor was the spirit of scientific enquiry very much in evidence. Thus their scope being strictly limited, the educated of those days had recourse to English language and literature. Their days and nights were eloquent with the stately declamations of Burke, with Macaulay’s long-rolling sentences; discussions centered upon Shakespeare’s drama and Byron’s poetry and above all upon the large-hearted liberalism of the nineteenth-century English politics. At the time though tentative attempts were being made to gain our national independence, at heart we had not lost faith in the generosity of the English race. This belief was so firmly rooted in the sentiments of our leaders as to lead them to hope that the victor would of his own grace pave the path of freedom for the vanquished. This belief was based upon the fact that England at the time provided a shelter to all those who had to flee from persecution in their own country. Political martyrs who had suffered for the honour of their people were accorded unreserved welcome at the hands of the English.
I was impressed by this evidence of liberal humanity in the character of the English and thus I was led to set them on the pedestal of my highest respect. This generosity in their national character had not yet been vitiated by imperialist pride. About this time, as a boy in England, I had the opportunity of listening to the speeches of John Bright, both in and outside Parliament. The large-hearted, radical liberalism of those speeches, overflowing all narrow national bounds, had made so deep an impression on my mind that something of it lingers even today, even in these days of graceless disillusionment.

74. From the first paragraph, give a synonym for ‘deep’.
  (1) Perspective
  (2) Profound
  (3) Tragedy
  (4) Psychology
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Profound


75. Who could read and gain from English literature ?
  (1) The educated Indians
  (2) All the Indians
  (3) Only writers such as Rabindranath Tagore
  (4) None of these
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) The educated Indians


76. From the third paragraph, give an antonym for ‘ victorious’.
  (1) Victor
  (2) Vanquished
  (3) Belief
  (4) Persecution
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Vanquished


77. Whose speeches did Tagore listen to, as a boy ?
  (1) Shakespeare
  (2) Byron
  (3) John Bright
  (4) Macaulay
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) John Bright


78. What helped the Indians to conceive of a notion of the Englishmen ?
  (1) Their advanced weaponry
  (2) Their literature
  (3) Their orders
  (4) Their administration
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Their literature


Directions : Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow (Questions No. 79 and 80). Your answers to these questions should be based on the passage only.

“Indian civilization has been distinctive in locating its source of regeneration, material and intellectual, in the forest, not the city. India’s best ideas have come where man was in communion with trees and rivers and lakes, away from the crowds. The peace of the forest has helped the intellectual evolution of man. The culture of the forest has fuelled the culture of Indian Society. The culture that has arisen from the forest has been influenced by the diverse processes of renewal of life, which are always at play in the forest, varying from species to species, from season to season, in sight and sound and smell. The unifying principle of life in diversity, of democratic pluralism, thus became the principle of India civilization.”
It is this unity in diversity that is the basis of both ecological sustainability and democracy. Diversity without unity becomes the source of conflict and contest. Unity without diversity becomes the ground for external control.
Thus is true of both nature and culture. The forest is a unity in its diversity, and we are united with nature through our relationship with the forest.

79. What does the writer highlight in the given passage ?
  i. Diversity without unity in nature.
  ii. Harmonious co-existence among all the species of this universe.
  iii. Importance of forest in the intellectual, material and cultural evolution of man.
  iv. Forest and human being.
  Select the correct answer from the options given below.
  (1) Only (i)
  (2) (ii) and (iv)
  (3) (ii) and (iii)
  (4) (i) and (iv)
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) (ii) and (iii)


80. What is the principle of Indian civilization ?
  (1) The peace of the forest
  (2) Unity in diversity
  (3) Unity in diversity and democratic pluralism
  (4) Renewal of life
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Unity in diversity and democratic pluralism


Directions : Questions No. 81 to 86, consist of an incomplete sentence, followed by four words or phrases, out of which one completes the sentence in the best and most appropriate way. You have to choose the correct answer from the given options.

81. Some are _______ in body but energetic in mind.
  (1) active
  (2) agile
  (3) slothful
  (4) animated
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) slothful


82. It is education which makes man conscious and provides him with a view of his own convictions and judgement, honesty in developing them, _______ in expressing them and vigour in urging them.
  (1) eloquence
  (2) disquisition
  (3) discourse
  (4) inarticulacy
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) eloquence


83. Rajan is always beating around the bush, so he is ______ in his expression.
  (1) doubtful
  (2) ambiguous
  (3) suspicious
  (4) impudent
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) ambiguous


84. The machines themselves, and the power which the machines have given us, are not civilisation but are _______ to civilisation.
  (1) steps
  (2) aids
  (3) instruments
  (4) helpers
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) aids


85. To have a successful counselling session, both parties need to be relaxed and ______ so that communication is free and easy.
  (1) uncomfortable
  (2) satisfied
  (3) happy
  (4) comfortable
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) comfortable


86. Now-a-days nobody, like Petrarch, would think of becoming emotional over the possession of a mere book, a means to amuse a few ______ hours.
  (1) additional
  (2) leisure
  (3) spare
  (4) extra
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) leisure


Directions : Questions No. 87 to 90 are designed to test your ability to use the right prefix. Add a prefix so that the word conveys the meaning given in the brackets. Choose the most appropriate answer from the given options.

87. History has taught us that the wicked rulers are to be ____ throned, (to remove from the power)
  (1) un
  (2) in
  (3) on
  (4) de
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) de


88. His behaviour was called provocative and ______ social, (hostile to normal standards of social behaviour)
  (1) un
  (2) non
  (3) pro
  (4) anti
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) anti


89. Tourists commonly complain that the sellers always ____ charge for their goods, (to pay more than the actual price)
  (1) over
  (2) under
  (3) above
  (4) less
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) over


90. Suma participated in ______ state competition.
(between different states)
  (1) super
  (2) inter
  (3) pro
  (4) sub
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) inter


Directions : In Questions No. 91 to 100, there is a relationship between the given two words. A similar relationship exists between one pair of words from amongst the four options. Identify the correct pair of words that has a similar relationship as the given pair of words.

91. Goat : Kid
  (1) Cow : Bull
  (2) Sheep : Lamb
  (3) Dog : Bitch
  (4) Buffalo : Ox
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Sheep : Lamb


92. Cow : Kine
  (1) Gee : Geese
  (2) Matrix : Matrice
  (3) Cactus : Cacti
  (4) Feet : Feets
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Cactus : Cacti


93. Spider : Web
  (1) Ink : Pen
  (2) Cock : Hen
  (3) Teacher : Student
  (4) Poet : Poetry
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Poet : Poetry


94. Wax : Candle
  (1) String : Kite
  (2) Ink : Pen
  (3) Liquid : Cup
  (4) Clay : Pot
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Clay : Pot


95. Elderly : Youth
  (1) Famous : Popularity
  (2) Rational : Proof
  (3) Smug : Satisfaction
  (4) Well : Illness
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Well : Illness


96. Paper : Ream
  (1) Eggs : Dozen
  (2) Books : Pile
  (3) Twigs : Bush
  (4) Food : Packet
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Eggs : Dozen


97. Fish : Shoal
  (1) Audience : Theatre
  (2) Shark : School
  (3) Elephant : Flock
  (4) Whale : Herd
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Shark : School


98. Seer : Prophecy
  (1) Mentor : Reward
  (2) Diplomat : Flattery
  (3) Sage : Wisdom
  (4) Pilgrim : Diligence
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Sage : Wisdom


99. Document : Passport
  (1) Army : Captain
  (2) Leader : Follower
  (3) League : Team
  (4) Pie : Dessert
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Pie : Dessert


100. Album : Photographs
  (1) Head : Cap
  (2) Bulb : Light
  (3) Compact Discs : CPU
  (4) Shelf : Books
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Shelf : Books

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