RRB Mumbai Set Four Question Papers with Answer Key

  1. Give one word for the following phrase :

Living for years and years

(1) Perennial

(2) Permanent

(3) Annual

(4) Continuous

 

Ans:-  (1) Perennial

 

  1. Choose the suitable meaning of the underlined word from the alternatives given.

“The poem is written in a very lucid style.”

(1) Intricate

(2) Noble

(3) Elaborate

(4) Clear

 

Ans:-  (4) Clear

 

  1. I have given up driving since I got involved in that accident.

The underlined phrase in the sentence above means

  1. stopped
  2. discontinued
  3. abandoned
  4. sacrificed

Answer options:

(1) D only

(2) A only

(3) B only

(4) All of these

 

Ans:- (4) All of these

 

  1. Choose one word which can be substituted for the given words.

“A man of odd habits”

(1) Eccentric

(2) Introvert

(3) Cynical

(4) Moody

 

Ans: – (1) Eccentric

 

  1. The adjective form of the noun ‘Picture’ is formed by the suffix

(1) -ous

(2) – ial

(3) – esque

(4) –ish

 

Ans:- (3) – esque

 

 

  1. Choose the correct simple Sentence converted for the following :

“A man who is dead tells no tales.”

(1) A man that is dead tell no tales.

(2) A tale could not be told by a dead man.

(3) A dead man tells no tales.

(4) A man doesn’t tell dead tales.

 

Ans:- (3) A dead man tells no tales.

 

  1. You must take heart and face life boldly. Identify the correct meaning of the underlined phrase in the given context.

(1) feel excessively

(2) take advantage

(3) feel bold

(4) work hard

 

Ans:- (3) feel bold

 

  1. Choose the correct word to fill in the blank in the following sentence :

Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals are examples of___________.

(1) Rights

(2) Rites

(3) Writes

(4) None of these

 

Ans:- (2) Rites

 

  1. The underlined clause in the following sentence is a/an

“Who stole the teaspoon is a mystery.”

(1) Adverb clause

(2) Noun clause

(3) Adjective clause

(4) Relative clause

 

Ans:-  (2) Noun clause

 

  1. Who looks after the visitors ?

The sentence above changes correctly into passive voice as

(1) How are the visitors looked after ?

(2) Whom are the visitors looked after ?

(3) By whom are the visitors looked after ?

(4) By whom the visitors is looked after ?

 

Ans:- (3) By whom are the visitors looked after ?

 

  1. We have funds which would be enough for the work.

The underlined clause is a/an

(1) Noun clause

(2) Adjective clause

(3) Adverb clause

(4) No clause, it’s a phrase

Ans:- (2) Adjective clause

 

  1. Identify the sentences written in correct passive voice.
  2. Let that book be brought.
  3. You are requested to do me a help.
  4. I hope my friends to assist me.
  5. Let me be told that the office must be left.

Answer options :

(1) a and b only

(2) a and c only

(3) b and d only

(4) a, b and d only

 

Ans:- (4) a, b and d only

 

  1. Though he abused me_____________I will follow him.

Which one of the following correctly fills in the blank in the sentence above ?

(1) but

(2) still

(3) yet

(4) and

 

Ans:-  (4) and

 

  1. It matters little whether we win or lose. The sentence above correctly changes into an interrogative sentence as

(1) Does it matter little whether we win or lose ?

(2) Doesn’t it matter whether we win or lose ?

(3) What does it matter whether we win or lose ?

(4) Does we win or lose matter ?

 

Ans:-  (3) What does it matter whether we win or lose ?

 

  1. Some grains are at least as nutritious as rice.

Select the correct comparative degree of the above sentence.

  1. Rice is not more nutritious than some other grains are.
  2. Some grains are not less nutritious than rice.
  3. Rice is least nutritious than many other grains.

Answer options :

(1) a only

(2) b only

(3) c only

(4) a and b only

 

Ans:- (4) a and b only

 

  1. Nobody is free from sin.

The sentence above correctly changes into interrogative form as

(1) Is there anybody free from sin ?

(2) Is there nobody free from sin ?

(3) Who is not free from sin ?

(4) Who is free from sin ?

 

Ans:-  (4) Who is free from sin ?

 

  1. I said, “Let me prove my statement.”

Select the correct indirect narration of the sentence.

  1. I told to prove my statement.
  2. I proposed that I should prove my statement.
  3. I suggested to prove my statement

Answer options :

(1) a only

(2) b only

(3) c only

(4) All of the above

 

Ans:- (2) b only

 

  1. He and his five brothers_______________love very much.

Which one of the following pronouns correctly fills in the blank in the sentence above ?

(1) each other

(2) themselves

(3) one another

(4) one other

 

Ans:- (3) one another

 

  1. (1) The gold is a precious metal.

(2) The gold is the precious metal.

(3) Gold is a precious metal.

(4) Gold is precious metal.

Which of the above is a correct sentence ?

 

Ans:-  (3) Gold is a precious metal.

 

  1. Shall I buy a scooter ?

The modal in the sentence above has been used to express

(1) Promise

(2) Suggestion

(3) Seeking permission

(4) Giving advice

 

Ans:-  (3) Seeking permission

 

  1. The girls have got a unique opportunity.
  2. He studies in the university.
  3. The father has gone to the office

Identify the correct sentence.

(1) a only

(2) b only

(3) c only

(4) All of the above

 

Ans:- (1) a only

 

  1. Identify the correct sentence.

(1) This premise looks too big.

(2) These premises look too big.

(3) This premises looks too big.

(4) These premise look too big.

 

Ans:- (2) These premises look too big.

 

  1. The ship was wrecked and every man, woman and child___________drowned.

The verb that agrees correctly with the subject in the sentence above is

(1) was

(2) were

(3) had

(4) had been

 

Ans:- (1) was

 

  1. Identify the correct sentence/s.
  2. I am not understanding this letter.
  3. She arrived at the theatre at 6 pm but the film had already started.
  4. If I get any news, I’ll tell you.

Answer options :

(1) a and c only

(2) b and c only

(3) a only

(4) All of the above

 

Ans:- (2) b and c only

 

  1. The most famous English poets are Shakespeare, Milton, Wordsworth, Shelley, Byron and Keats.

The punctuation mark that should follow the verb ‘are’ in the sentence above is

(1) Semicolon

(2) Colon

(3) Comma

(4) Hyphen

 

Ans:-  (2) Colon

 

  1. Keep to the left.

The imperative structure above expresses

(1) a command

(2) a solemn advice

(3) a prayer

(4) a petition

 

Ans:- (1) a command

 

  1. Identify the sentence/s that express/es subjunctive mood.
  2. Behold, the dreamer comes.
  3. Murder, though it have no tongue, will speak.
  4. Long live the king.

Answer options :

(1) a and c only

(3) c only

(2) b and c only

(4) All of the above

 

Ans:- (2) b and c only

 

  1. Identify the correct sentence/s.
  2. I could read that book in two hours yesterday.
  3. I was able to read that book in two hours yesterday.

Answer options :

(1) a only

(2) b only

(3) Both a and b

(4) Neither a nor b

 

Ans:- (2) b only

 

  1. I am /here / since / 1951.

1         2          3           4

The error occurs in part_________of the sentence above.

(1) 4 only

(2) 2 only

(3) 1 only

(4) 3 only

 

Ans:-  (3) 1 only

 

  1. The term ‘Vertical’ is synonymous with

(1) Straight

(2) Perpendicular

(3) Oblique

(4) Diagonal

 

Ans:- (2) Perpendicular

 

  1. Choose the best synonym for the following word :

‘Mention’

(1) Create

(2) Refer to

(3) Oppose

(4) Lead to

 

Ans:- (2) Refer to

 

  1. Which one of the following phrases expresses the correct meaning of the word ‘Neologism’ ?

(1) A new generation that has emerged lately

(2) A new logic that derives conclusion

(3) A new language that only the younger generation knows

(4) A new word coined by an author

Ans:-  (4) A new word coined by an author

 

  1. Spot the error type in the following sentence :

“The park was serine at twilight.”

  • Capitalization

(2)  Punctuation

(3)  Spelling

(4)  Grammar

 

Ans:- (3) Spelling