Best English Grammar Books for Competitive Exams

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Best English Grammar Books for Competitive Exams

Today, we are sharing a FREE PDF of Best English Grammar Book PDF  This is very useful for the upcoming competitive exams like SSC CGL, BANK, RAILWAYS,  RRB NTPC, LIC AAO, and many other exams.  English Books for competitive exams  and this Best English Grammar Book PDFis very useful for it. this FREE PDF will be very helpful for your examination.

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English Grammar Question Answer

Type I

Q1: To turn over a new leaf                       [Railways, 1995]

A) To change completely one’s course of action.

B) To shift attention to new problems after having studied the old ones thoroughly.

C) To cover up one’s fault by wearing new marks.

D) To change the old habits and adopt new ones.

 

Q2: A fair crack of the whip

A) Severe punishment

B) A good luck check

C) A period of importance

D) Failure of administration

 

Q3: To talk one’s head off

A) To talk loudly

B) Talk in whispers

C) To talk to oneself

D) Talk excessively

 

Q4: To wrangle over an ass’s shadow               [SBI PO 1984]

A) Act in a foolish way

B) To quarrel over trifles

C) Waste time on petty things

D) To do something funny.

 

Q5: To take with a grain of salt

A) Take with some reservation

B) To take with total disbelief

C) Take wholeheartedly

D) To take seriously.

 

Q6: Hobson’s choice              [Railways, 1991]

A) Feeling of insecurity

B) Accept or leave the offer

C) Feeling of strength

D) Excellent choice

 

Q7: To take the bull by the horns               [Railways, 1995]

A) To punish a person severely for his arrogance.

B) To grapple courageously with a difficulty that lies in our way.

C) To handle it by a fierce attack.

D) To bypass the legal process and take action according to one’s own whims.

Find Your Answers Here

Q1: (d), Q2: (c), Q3: (d), Q4: (b), Q5: (a), Q6: (b), Q7: (b)

Type II

Directions: I each of the following questions, four or five alternatives are given for the phrase in italics in the sentence. Choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the phrase in italics.

Q1: He has come up during the last five years.         [Stenographer’s Exam, 1991]

A) fallen in rank

B) risen in status

C) become proud

D) become humble

 

Q2: After tolerating a lot of exploitation at the hands of the authorities they finally decided to stand up for their rights.

A) seize

B) enforce

C) negotiate

D) vindicate

 

Q3: The boss should not have called Arun names in front of others.

A) abused

B) summoned

C) scolded

D) praised

 

Q4: Last evening I was held up at the meeting.

A) kept

B) detained

C) stopped

D) delayed

 

Q5: I have a problem to square up with the manager.

A) work out

B) consider

C) discuss

D) settle

 

Q6: Sachin is not cut out for this kind of work.

A) work out

B) consider

C) discuss

D) settle

 

Find Your Answers Here

Q1: (b), Q2: (d), Q3: (a), Q4: (b), Q5: (d), Q6: (c)

Type III

Directions: In each of the following questions, a sentence has been given in Active (or Passive) Voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested selecting the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive (or Active) voice.

Q1: Mona was writing a letter to her father.

A) A letter was written to her father by Mona.

B) A letter has been written to her father by Mona.

C) A letter was being written by Mona to her father.

D) A letter was written by Mona to her father.

 

Q2: He teaches us Grammar.

A) Grammar is taught to us by him.

B) We are being taught Grammar by him.

C) grammar is being taught to us by him.

D) We are taught Grammar by him.

 

Q3: Do you imitate others?

A) Are others imitated by you?

B) Are others being imitated by you?

C) Were others being imitated by you?

D) Have others been imitated by you?

 

Q4: I saw him conducting the rehearsal.

A) He was seen conducting the rehearsal.

B) I saw the rehearsal to be conducted by him.

C) He was seen by me to conduct the rehearsal.

D) I saw the rehearsal being conducted by him.

 

Q5: Have the box broken. [Clerk’s Grade, 1996]

A) Have the broken box.

B) Break the box.

C) Get someone to break the box.

D) They have broken the box.

 

Find Your Answers Here

Q1: C), Q2: D), Q3: A), Q4: D), Q5: C).


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