Scoring more than 10/15 in this simple English test is really tough. Are you one of the fluent English speakers who know what’s the right use of words?

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Scoring more than 10/15 in this simple English test is really tough. English is the world’s most spoken language, and universally accepted, too. However, there exist only a tiny percent of English speakers who can identify the correct details when asked about it. Do you believe you are one of them? There’s only one way to find out.


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  • Question of

    Which of these words mean to abandon a thing?

    • Abdicate
    • Abrogate
    • Annulate
    • Deracinate
  • Question of

    Complete the sentence with the right word: He was the most _____ person I had ever met; in fact, his magnanimity knew no limits.

    • Merciful
    • Charitable
    • Reclusive
    • Prolific
  • Question of

    If “vigor” is the correct word to be used in the following sentence, where will it be replaced?: “It is characteristic of old to sap a man’s ebullience and rob him of his natural senility.”

    • “It is characteristic of old to sap a man’s ebullience and rob him of his natural vigor.”
    • “It is characteristic of old to sap a man’s vigor and rob him of his natural senility.”
  • Question of

    Choose the best suited word: “The ruling part found itself in full ____ with the opposition.

    • swing
    • record
    • accord
    • discord
  • Question of

    Choose the correct transition word, and adjective: ” ____ the general had been told by the field staff that continuing warfare would be ___ to his soldiers, he insisted on deploying more battle tanks.”

    • Although, detrimental
    • Although, formidable
    • Because, immediate
    • Because, instrumental
  • Question of

    Which of the following is not a term of ‘disapproval’?

    • Infantile
    • Imbecile
    • Awful
    • Childlike
  • Question of

    Which of the following pairs, have a relationship similar to the the term, ‘Mumble : Indistinct’

    • Swagger : Timid
    • Scribble : Illegible
    • Drizzle : Downpour
    • Exacerbate : Cure
  • Question of

    In all the given sentences, the same word has been used in different sentences in different ways. Choose the option where the word has been used incorrectly.

    • He got carried away with the unruly mob and indulged in stone pelting.
    • She carried on with life in spite of her personal difficulties.
    • It will be difficult to carry out the plan now.
    • If they get carried on with the over-speeding, they will soon be bankrupt.
  • Question of

    Which of these is not a Figure of speech?

    • Anaphora
    • Metaphor
    • Synedoche
    • Interferon
  • Question of

    Identify the correct meaning of the given Idiom: To have an axe to grind.

    • To have a private end to serve.
    • To fail to arouse interest.
    • To have no result.
    • To work for both sides.
  • Question of

    Choose the correct word: His opinion ____ with the complaints we have received from others.

    • concurs
    • tallies
    • asserts
    • assimilates
  • Question of

    Which of the following pairs, have a relationship similar to the the term, ‘Loneliness: Privacy’

    • Passion : Apathy
    • Composure : Equanimity
    • Destiny : Fateful
    • Illusory : Unpredictable
  • Question of

    Which of these words do not belong to the given set?

    • Haughty
    • Reticent
    • Sociable
    • Aloof
  • Question of

    Choose a word which is antonym of: Ameliorate

    • mar
    • west
    • stuff
    • fade
  • Question of

    Which of the following words do not have a prefix?

    • Subtract
    • Perimeter
    • Anemia
    • Add

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