Verbal Ability Test Questions

Q.  Four pairs of words follow the first pair. Select the pair whose relation most closely matches the first pair.

Pilot: Cockpit


a. Doctor: Hospital
b. Man: Mammal
c. Dog: Kennel
d. Ammeter: Current


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MCQs:  The sentence below is divided into three parts. Identify where the error lies. If there is no error, select the option ‘no error’. I am happy to had been of assistance.
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MCQs:  The sentence below is divided into three parts. Identify where the error lies. If there is no error, select the option ‘no error’. Between you and I, I think the school will run out of money soon.
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MCQs:  The question below consists of four sentences marked A, B, C and D. Arrange the sentences in a proper sequence to form a coherent paragraph. A) When French painter Jean Dubuffet mooted the concept of ‘art brut’ in the 1940s, the art of the untrained visionary was of minority interest. B) This genre is described as the art of those who ‘have no right’ to be artists as they have received no formal training, yet show talent and artistic insight. C) From its almost veiled beginnings, ‘outsider art’, has gradually become the fastest growing area of interest in contemporary art internationally. D) Their works are a stimulating contrast to a lot of mainstream offerings.
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MCQs:  Complete the following sentences with the most appropriate words/phrases with reference to grammar, idioms, proverbs and syntax. My boat was moored ……. an old bathing ghat.
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MCQs:  Complete the following sentences with the most appropriate words/phrases with reference to grammar, idioms, proverbs and syntax. I looked up and saw a man who seemed half-starved and …………..
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MCQs:  Pick the word/phrase most nearly opposite in meaning. Psychosomatic
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MCQs:  Pick the word/phrase most nearly opposite in meaning. Libertine
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MCQs:  In the following question, an idiom or proverb has been highlighted. Choose its correct meaning in the given context from the alternatives given below. Management tried very hard to convince the shareholders but facts spoke louder than words.
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MCQs:  In the following question, an idiom or proverb has been highlighted. Choose its correct meaning in the given context from the alternatives given below. The parent was lecturing the child on discipline; you could take one look at the child and understand that he was being bored to death.
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MCQs:  In the following question, three words are alike in some manner. Spot the odd one out.
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MCQs:  In the following question, three words are alike in some manner, Spot the odd one out.
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MCQs:  The given sentence is in active/ passive voice. Change the voice of the sentence. Select the correct option from the sentence below. I was surprised to see that he had been beaten black and blue.
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MCQs:  The given sentence is in active/ passive voice. Change the voice of the sentence. Select the correct option from the sentence below. Let him take the oath.
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MCQs:  The given sentence is in direct/indirect speech. Change the narration. Choose the correct answer from the alternatives below. He said to me, “ I don’t believe you.”
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MCQs:  The given sentence is in direct/indirect speech. Change the narration. Choose the correct answer from the alternatives below. He says he is unwell.
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MCQs:  Choose the correct alternative which can be substituted for the below underlined phrase. He was very rich and yet a man who would not share a penny with anyone.
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MCQs:  Pick the word/phrase closest in meaning to the given word. Credible
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MCQs:  Pick the word/phrase closest in meaning to the given word. Wretched
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MCQs:  In the question below, there is a sentence with jumbled up parts. Rearrange these parts, which are labelled A, B, C and D to produce the correct sentence. Choose the proper sequence. ‘You’re obviously wrong, and not for the first time… A) all by yourself-you needn’t imagine that B) you’ll have to walk to the nearest garage C) and because of such foresight D) I will keep you company
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