Verbal Ability Test Questions

Q.  In the following question, three words are alike in some manner, Spot the odd one out.

a. Rectangle
b. Square
c. Triangle
d. Cone


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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. I have been working with him for the last ten years. He is my man Friday.
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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. He kept me waiting.
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MCQs:  The given sentence is in direct/indirect speech. Change the narration. Choose the correct answer from the alternatives below. “I will avenge your murder,” she cried over her husband’s corpse.
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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 requested her to accompany him.
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MCQs:  Choose the correct alternative which can be substituted for the below underlined phrase. She spent her summer vacation lazing in the warm and pleasant Miami weather.
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MCQs:  Choose the correct alternative which can be substituted for the below underlined phrase. The parents attending the meeting were hostile and aggressive. This set the mood of the unfortunate meeting.
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MCQs:  Pick the word/phrase closest in meaning to the given word. Inveterate
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MCQs:  Pick the word/phrase closest in meaning to the given word. Irrevocable
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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. ‘Slow and steady is … A) taking the analytical writing B) at least not when you are C) not the way to go, D) test of this exam
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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. Rather than refuting ….. A) the claim, the author clearly B) the reader’s sympathy C) acknowledges Meredith’s inability D) to evoke
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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) He verified the identities of new visitors and stopped any hawker who would wander into the building during the quiet afternoons. B) Still the residents were thankful that the guard kept a watch over the building. C) No one in this particular flat-building owned much worth stealing. D) The second floor lady, Mrs Misra, was the only one with a telephone
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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) But her rants were so persuasive, her fretting so vivid, that it was not easy to dismiss her. B) So she garbled facts. C) She embellished almost everything. D) She contradicted herself.
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MCQs:  In the question below some parts of the sentences in the passage are left blank. Fill them with the best alternative. He pondered over her …… situation as he passed her in the long …….. where she was busy ………. 1. (a) catch 22 (b) abnormal (c) piteous (d) hysterical 2. (a) roof (b) doorway (c) alley (d) gate 3. (a) sweeping (b) fumbling (c) sewing (d) bickering
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MCQs:  Fill in the blanks with the correctly spelled alternative. I wanted to know on which day my birthday falls this year. So, I went to check the …….
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MCQs:  Fill in the blanks with the correctly spelled alternative. He buried his wife and child in the ……. near his church.
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MCQs:  Some parts of the sentence in the passage below are left blank. Fill them with the best alternative. When trade unions …(1)….. computerization, they were ……(2). that computerization would create more jobs, only with different …(3)..requirements. 1. a) understood b) approved c) protested d) resisted 2. a) worried b) fearful c) confirmed d) assured 3. a) quality b) skill c) aptitude d) language
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MCQs:  In the question below, a part of the sentence has been underlined. Replace the underlined part with the most appropriate choice from the four options provided below. In case no improvement is required, choose the option d.) no improvement required. Poland’s new president, Andrzej Duda, has complained about “dictates” from the European Union to accept migrants flowing onto the Continent from the Middle East and Africa.
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