Maha TET 2019 English Question Paper & Answer Key (Set-B)
(1) Choose the word nearst in meaning to the underlined part.
He is quite parsimonious nature.
Ans:- (3) Prodigal
- Select the world which is closest to the opposite in meaning to the underlined world.
He appears to be a phony person
Ans:- (3) genuine
- Which one of the following pairs in not correctly matched as ‘one-world substitution’ for the given phrase.
(1) Genocide – murder of race
(2) Sororicide – murdur of siter
(3) Uroxicide – murder of brother
(4) Matericide – murder of mother
Ans:- (3) Uroxicide – murder of brother
- The young one of a cat a kitten. The young one of a is called …………..
Ans:- (4) tadpole
(5) The cry of a is ‘bark’ the cry of an ape is called ………
Ans:- (2) gibber
(6) Sudhir is afraid of book. His family thinks that he is suffering from ……………
Ans:- (3) bibliophobia
(7) Fill in balnks with the suitable world. ‘Life is to death as plesure is to …………
Ans:- (2) pain
(8) Choose the correct meaning of the underlined idion in the sentance.
We should guard against our green- eyed friends.
Ans:- (2) jealous
(9) Choose the most suitable verb phrase for the sentance
While giving evidence in he court. She ………..
(1) broke up
(2) broke down with
(3) broke with
(4) broke down
Ans:- (4) broke down
(10) Select the combination of numbers so that fetters arranged accordingly wil form a meaningful world.
R U S G A
1 2 3 4 5
(1) 1 5 4 2 3
(2) 5 3 4 1 2
(3) 3 2 4 5 1
(4) 4 5 3 2 1
Ans:- (3) 3 2 4 5 1 (Sugar)
(11) Fill in the blanks with the most suitable alternative to make sentence logical in sense.
‘Pranesh told her that he ………. her very well.
(1) un understanding
(4) was understanding
Ans:- (4) was understanding
(12) Choose the most suitable alternative in accordingly with correct use of tense.
(1) Sanjana did not cook her breakfast yet
(2) Sanjana has cooked her breakfast yet
(3) Sanjana ha not cooked breakfast yet
(4) Sanjana has been cooked her breakfast yet.
Ans:- (3) Sanjana ha not cooked breakfast yet
(13) Choose the most correct alternative to complete the following sentence
For modern man there are a number of disease ………..
(1) to suffer from
(2) for suffering
(3) to suffer
(4) suffering from
Ans:- (3) to suffer
(14) Fill in the blanks with most suitable alternative :
Ans:- (3) since
(15) Fill in the blanks with most suitable ‘Preposition’.
(1) With to
(2) by, to
(3) with, by
(4) with, with
Ans:- (1) With to
(16) Find out which part of the sentence has an error.
Your statement that / you find this bag / in the street / will not be trusted.
A B C B
Ans:- (1) A
(17) Choose the Grammatically correct sentence.
(1) The team is confident to win the match.
(2) The team is confident of winning the match.
(3) The team is confident of win the match
(4) The team is confident for winning the match.
Ans:- (2) The team is confident of winning the match.
Read the following passage and answer the questions by selecting the4 most appropriate alternative :
(18t to 22)
Ernest Rutherford was the son of a scot emigrant to New Zealand. His parents had 12 children, of whom Ernest was the fourth. His education was in a state primary school from which children at the age of 13 could get grants of scholarships to secondary school and to the universities. Rutherford had no intention of the following an academic career. His was not book-worm. His was good in any rough-and-tumble and a teen foot-ball player. But he was good at latin and had a passion for music and a mechanical bent of mind. At nelson college, a state boarding school, he was an outstanding pupil, he sat for a scholarship to Canterbury collage and this was because his masters expected it of him, and he won it. There, Rutherford as a student was fascinated by Hertz’s work on radio waves and he began to conduct his own experience in the clock room of the college, where the student hung their gown.
- Rutherford was his parents ………….child.
Ans:- (3) fourth
(19) Nelson college was…………..
(1) state boarding school in New Zealand
(2) collage in England
(3) School in Scotland
(4) school in the United State
Ans:- (1) state boarding school in New Zealand
(20) Rutherford sat for scholarship test because.
(1) He was an outstanding student
(2) He was a bookworm
(3) He thought of following an academic career
(4) His masters wanted him to do that
Ans:- (4) His masters wanted him to do that
(21) Rutherford carried out his own privet experiments in ………
(1) some corner of the cloakroom of Nelson college
(2) some corner of the cloakroom of Canterbury college
(3) a corner of the room allotted to him in the boarding house.
(4) in the laboratory of Nelson college
Ans:- (1) some corner of the cloakroom of Nelson college
(22) The phrase ‘mechanical bent’ suggest that Rutherford ………..
(1) was quite mechanical
(2) was devoid of human warmth, emotion, felling etc.
(3) did things and lived as thoughtlessly as a machine
(4) had an aptitude for the science machinery
Ans:- (4) had an aptitude for the science machinery
(23) Select the one which best expresses the given sentence in ‘Passive voice’
‘I know her’
(1) She is known by me.
(2) She was known by me
(3) She was known to me
(4) She is known to me
Ans:- (1) She is known by me.
(24) Choose the which best expresses the following sentence in ‘Indirect Speech’ He said to her, ‘Are you coming to the party ?’
(1) He told her if she was coming to the party.
(2) He asked her weather she was coming to the party.
(3) He asked her that if she was coming to the party
(4) He asked her if she will be coming to the party.
Ans:- (2) He asked her weather she was coming to the party.
(25) Choose the correctly spelt’ word
Ans:- (2) Millionare
(26) Choose the ‘correctly spelt word.
Ans:- (4) sargeant
(27) Choose the correct alternative to fill in the blanks.
He bought ………ice- cream.
(4) No article
Ans:- (1) an
(28) Choose the correct ‘Question Tag’ for the following sentence.
I shall phone you tomorrow.
(1) shall I ?
(2) shalln’t I ?
(3) shant I ?
(4) shant’t I ?
Ans:- (1) shall I ?
(29) Name the underlined subordinate. What you said is absolutely correct.
(1) Noun clause
(2) Adjective clause
(3) Relative clause
(4) Adverb clause
Ans:- (3) Relative clause
(30) Choose the appropriate alternative to fill in the blank.
The players remonstrated ……. the umpire
(1) with, to
(2) with, against
(3) to, against
(4) to, with
Ans:- (2) with, against