Tehsildar (BS-16) Model Paper-2 according to New Syllabus 2021 || Tehsildar English Model Paper-2
Tehsildar English Model Paper-2
Choose the correct antonym of the given word:
a. sit b. withstand c. dismiss d. elaborate
a. appease b. strip c. tremendous d. enrage
a. empty b. uncommon c. famous d. feisty
a. morbid b. boorish c. inopportune d. delightful
a. lavish b. unfavorable c. light d. devout
a. cold b. brave c. exciting d. bashful
a. sober b. spendthrift c. mute d. miser
a. Celsius b. inordinate c. lukewarm d. safely
a. cloudy b. dim c. distinct d. desirable
a. clumsy b. left c. diplomatic d. unpersuasive
Choose the correct synonym of the given word:
a. knot b. anger c. crime d. smoke
a. trouble b. foolish c. wealth d. love
a. potion b. silence c. shellfish d. disaster
a. arrogant b. supportive c. busy d. gaudy
a. wind b. servile c. widespread d. rare
a. flinch b. cheer c. crush d. solitary
a. gorgeous b. shallow c. intelligent d. rich
a. snarl b. growl c. dance d. shiver
a. punish b. destroy c. display d. correct
a. rhythmic b. poetic c. systematic d. disrespectful
21. She can’t go hiking with us. She _____________ on her new book all day tomorrow.
A. will be working B. is working C. will work D. will have worked
22. By the time you finish my dress it ____________ old-fashioned.
A. will become B. is becoming C. will be becoming D. will have become
23. They __________ for some time when their mother told them to be silent.
A. had shouted B. had been shouting C. have shouted D. have been shouting
24. The letter ____________ by the end of the week.
A. is not going to be delivered B. is not delivered
C. won’t be delivered D. won’t have been delivered
25. Find the Object “V took our children to the circus”.
A. Took B. Children C. Circus D. None of these
26. I ________ (start) looking for a new flat 2 weeks ago, but I still _________ (find) anything suitable. I __________ (live) with my parents these days.
A. started, hasn’t found, am lived B. started, haven’t found, am living
C. starts, haven’t found, had living D. None of these
27. We _______ (see) Mike yesterday, but Ann _________ (want) to meet him so we ___________ (cross) the street.
A. saw, wanted, crossed B. saw, didn’t want, crossed
C. saw, did want, crossing D. None of these
28. In a few minutes’ time, when the clock ____________________ (strike) 5, I ____________________ (wait) here half an hour.
A. Striking, am waiting B. Strikes, was waits
C. strikes, will have been waiting D. None of these
29. Mrs Blake ____________ (arrange) the flowers yet, but she _______________ (do) it before she ________ (go) home.
A. hasn’t arranged, will do / is going to do, goes
B. hadn’t arranged, will be do/ is going to do, go
C. haven’t arranging, shall do, went
D. None of these
30. You must be hungry. Let me just put this away and I ______________ (make) you some sandwiches.
A. maked B. ’ll make C. was maked D. has make
31. Quote Correctly
A. “The decision of the lower court is quashed”–stated Justice Wu– “and the case is sent back for rehearing”.
B. “The decision of the lower court is quashed,” stated Justice Wu, “and the case is sent back for rehearing.”
C. “The decision of the lower court is quashed” stated Justice Wu “and the case is sent back for rehearing”.
D. All of the above
32. Ask a Question?
A. The judge asked, “How do you plead?”.
B. The judge asked “How do you plead”?
C. The judge asked, “How do you plead?”
D. All of the above.
33. Apostrophe Anxiety
A. It’s difficult to believe this witness’s testimony.
B. It’s difficult to believe this witnesses testimony.
C. Its difficult to believe this witness’ testimony.
D. All of the above.
34. Semi-colon stress
A. The defendant was not credible therefore the jury voted to convict her.
B. The defendant was not credible, therefore; the jury voted to convict her.
C. The defendant was not credible; therefore, the jury voted to convict her.
D. All of the above.
35. Comma Coma
A. In law school you will study contracts, property, torts and legal process.
B. In law school, you will study contracts, property, torts, and legal process.
C. In law school, you will study: contracts, property, torts and legal process.
D.All of the above.
36. He did not give up fight even though he was badly bruised.
a. The fight did not give up by him even though he was badly bruised.
b. The fight had not given up by him even though he was badly bruised.
c. The fight was not given up by him even though he was badly bruised.
d. The fight was not being given up by him even though he was badly bruised
37. We should avoid tranquilizer in order to have a good health.
a. Tranquilizer should avoided by us in order to have good health.
b. Tranquilizer should been avoided by us in order to have a good health.
c. Tranquilizer should be avoid by us in order to have a good health.
d. Tranquilizer should be avoided by us in order to have a good health.
38. His wife upbraided him for his irresponsible handling of family finance.
a. He upbraided by his wife for his irresponsible handling of the family finance.
b. He was upbraided by his wife for his irresponsible handling of the family finance.
c. He has upbraided by his wife for his irresponsible handling of the family finance.
d. He were upbraided by his wife for his irresponsible handling of the family finance.
39. She never understood me, whenever I said something.
a. Whenever I said something, I never understood by her.
b. Whenever I said something, I had never understood by her.
c. Whenever I said something, I was being never understood by her.
d. Whenever I said something I was never understood by her.
40. When I am alone, I hear footsteps of my friend in my imagination.
a. The footsteps of my friend heard by me, when I am alone.
b. The footsteps of my friend is heard by me when I am alone.
c. The footsteps of my friend are heard by me when I am alone.
d. The footsteps of my friend was heard by me when I am alone.
41. One who loves mankind is called
A.Optimist B.Philanthropist C.Optometrist D.Truant
42. A Government run by a dictator is termed as
A.Autocracy B.Democracy C.Oligracy D.Theocracy
43. A remedy for all disease is
A.Medicine B.Medical C.Medica D.Panacea
44. More than enough in amount or capacity
A.Derisory B.Ample C.Inadequate D.Liberal
45. One who is habitually good to others:
A.Helper B.Altruist .Angel D.Humanitarian
46. Find the correctly spelt words.?
A. Appreise B. Command C. Mentenence D. Behevior
47. Find the correctly spelt words.?
A. Grief B. Breif C. Receieve D. Diceive
48. find correct spelling :
a. Accesary b. Acessarry c. Acessary d. Accessary
49 find correct spelling :
a. Caterpillar b. Catrepillar c. Caterpilar d. Catirpillar
50. find correct spelling :
a. Jeopradous b. Jeopardoes c. Jaopardous d. Jeopardous
51. Cap it all” means:____________?
A. To cover everything B. To seize everything
C. To finish D. To occur
52. A man of straw _________?
A. A man of no substance B. A very active person
C. A worthy fellow D. An unreasonable person
53. To pick holes _________
A. To find some reason to quarrel B. To destroy something
C. To criticize someone D. To cut some part of an item
54. To end in smoke ________?
A. To make completely understand B. To ruin oneself
C. To excite great applause D. To overcome someone
55. To cry wolf __________?
A. To listen eagerly B. To give false alarm
C. To turn pale D. To keep off starvation
56. We talked over the matter for an hour but without any result.
(A) discussed (B) fought about (C) surveyed (D) assessed
57. He was murdered in cold blood.
(A) thoughtlessly (B) coolly (C) deliberately (D) unfeelingly
58. The inspector was caught red handed.
(A) found with hands tied (B) caught with dirty hands
(C) caught in the act of committing the crime (D) quickly
59. I have a bone to pick with you in this matter.
(A) desire (B) am angry (C) selfish motive (D) selfless motive
60. BUTTER : BREAD
a. jam : jelly b. paint : wood
c. toast : jelly d. head : foot
61. SHELF : BOOKCASE
a. arm : leg b. stage : curtain
c. bench : chair d. key : piano
62. FISH : SCHOOL
a. wolf : pack b. tiger : jungle
c. herd : peacock d. raven : school
63. SCALE : WEIGHT
a. yardstick : length b. width : depth
c. length : width d. size : area
64. WATERMELON : FRUIT
a. collar : leash b. dog : companion
c. fish : bowl d. Dalmatian : canine
65. FOOT : SKATEBOARD
a. tire : automobile b. lace : shoe
c. ounce : scale d. pedal : bicycle
66. “I’ll have a cup of tea,” my father said, “because I’m not hungry.”
a. My father said that he will have a cup of tea because he wasn’t hungry.
b. My father said that he would have had a cup of tea because he wasn’t hungry.
c. My father said that he would have a cup of tea because he wasn’t hungry.
d. My father said that he had had a cup of tea because he wasn’t hungry.
67. Pamela said, “Man is mortal.”
a. Pamela said that man is mortal.
b. Pamela said that man was mortal.
c. Pamela said man is mortal.
d. None of the above
68. He said to me, “How long will you stay here?”
a. He asked me how long I would stay here.
b. He asked me how long I would stay here.
c. He asked me how long I would stay here.
d. He asked me how long I would stay there.
69. The man said to the officer, “Please help me.”
a. The man told the officer to help him.
b. The man requested the officer to help him.
c. The man said to the officer to please help him.
d. The man requested to the officer to help.
70. Choose the correct indirect speech: She asked me, “Are you happy in your new job?”
a. She asked me if I was happy in my new job.
b. She asked me if I have been happy in my new job.
c. She asked me whether I am happy in my new job.
d. She asked me if I had been happy in my new job.
71. He remarked, “Two and two makes four.”
a. He remarked that two and two would make four.
b. He remarked that two and two made four.
c. He remarked that two and two makes four.
d. He suggested that two and two makes four.
72. “Don’t waste time”, the teacher said to the students. The indirect form of the speech?
a. The teacher forbade the students not to waste time.
b. The teacher advised the students not to waste time.
c. The teacher forbade the students to not waste time.
d. The teacher ordered the students don’t waste time.
73. The indirect form of the sentence: John said to his mother, “I shall go to bed now.”
a. John told his mother that he should go to bed now.
b. John told his mother that he will go to bed then.
c. John told his mother that he would go to bed then.
d. John told his mother that he will go to bed now.
74. He said to me, “Let’s go home together.
a. He urged me to go home with him.
b. He proposed to me that we should go home together.
c. He proposed to me to go home together.
d. He asked me to go home with him.
75. Which one the correct narration: He said to me, “May you be happy.”
a. He told me that I might be happy.
b. He reported that I might be happy.
c. He said that I might be happy.
d. He wished that I might be happy.
76.- I wouldn’t tell her if I ……….. you. She can’t keep a secret.
a.- will be b.- were c.- am d.- had been
77.- Paul would be a good artist if he ………. more patience.
a.- had b.- has c.- will have d.- have
78.- If they invited me to their party. I ………… absolutely delighted.
a.- am b.- will be c.- would be d.- was
79.- He ……….. so many accidents if he drove more carefully.
a.- hadn’t b.- wouldn’t have c.- hasn’t d.- won’t have
80.- I would help them if they ……….. to me.
a.- had listened b.- listened c.- will listen d.- would listen
81.- If the weather ………. warmer, we would go out.
a.- will be b.- had been c.- were d.- is
82.- Unless you ……….., you won’t find out the truth.
a.- will ask b.- won’t ask c.- ask d.- don’t ask
83.- If you ……….. me, I will bring you the book.
a.- reminded b.- will remind c.- would remind d.- remind
84.- If I ……….. about your birthday, I would have you bought a present.
a.- knew b.- would know c.- know d.- had known
85.- If Anna ………….. a little taller, she could become a model.
a.- will be b.- is c.- had been d.- were
“Uncle” said Luke to the old Sean “You seem to be well fed, though I know no one looks after you. Nor have I seen you leave your residence at any time. Tell me how you manage it?”
“Because” Sean replied, “I have a good feed every night at Emperor’s orchard. After dark, I go there myself and pick out enough fruits to last a fortnight.”
Luke proposed to accompany his uncle to the orchard. Though reluctant because of Luke’s habit of euphoric exhibition of extreme excitement, Sean agreed to take him along. At the orchard while Sean hurriedly collected the fruits and left, Luke on the other hand at the sight of unlimited supply of fruits was excited and lifted his voice which brought Emperor’s men immediately to his side. They seized him and mistook him as the sole cause of damage to the orchard. Although Luke reiterated that he was a bird of passage, they pounded him mercilessly before setting him free.
86. What does “bird of passage”; mean in the context of the given passage?
a. There was a bird in the orchard
b. Other people stole from the orchard
c. Emperor knew him personally
d. He did not visit orchard regularly
87. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?
a. Luke did not take good care of his uncle
b. Emperor was a wicked man
c. Lack of self-control had put Luke into trouble
d. Luke had a habit of speaking loudly
88. How often did Sean visit the orchard?
c. Once in a month
d. Every day after midnight
89. Choose the word which is most nearly the same in meaning as the word “Reluctant” used in the passage.
90. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. You must choose your answers out of the four given choices.
Why did Sean leave after collecting the fruits?
a. He feared that the bird’s song would awaken the Emperor
b. To avoid getting caught by Emperor’s men
c. He saw the Emperor’s men approaching
d. He was afraid of the dark
A man is known by the book he reads as well as by the company he keeps; for there is a companionship of books as well as of men and one should always live in the best company, whether it be of books or of men.
A good book may be among the best of friends. It is the same today that it always was, and it will never change. It is the most patient and cheerful of companions. It does not turn its back upon in times of adversity or distress. It always receives us with the same kindness; amusing and interesting us in youth, comforting and consoling us in age.
91. Which of the following would be the most appropriate title for the given passage?
a. Books show the reader’s character
b. Books as man’s abiding friends
c. Books are useful in the youth
d. The importance of books in old age.
92. Which of the following is opposite in meaning to the word ‘adversity’ occurring in the passage?
93. The statement, ‘’ a good book may be among best of friends,’’ in the passage means that
a. there cannot be a better friend than a good book
b. books may be good friends, but not better than good men
c. a good book can be included among the best of friends of mankind.
d. our best friends read the same good books.
94. According to the passage, which of the following statements is not true?
a. Good books as well as good men always provide the finest company.
b. A good book never betrays us
c. We have sometimes to be patient with a book as it may bore us.
d. A good book serves as a permanent friend.
95. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
According to the passage, A man may usually be known by the books he reads because
a. His reading habits shows that he is a scholar.
b. The books he reads affect his thinking
c. Books provide him a lot of knowledge
d. His selection of books generally reveals his temperament and character
96. If there is some chance of succeeding, it would be unwise to ______ it at this stage.
97. Rearrange the following parts (1, 2, 3 and 4) in proper sequence to obtain a correct sentence.
1. and he who has hope,
2. has hope
3. has everything
4. the person who has health
a. 1, 4, 3, 2
b. 3, 2, 4, 1
c. 3, 4, 1, 2
d. 4, 2, 1, 3
98. The economic disparity 1)/ has grown rapid 2)/ in the era of 3)/ globalization. 4)/ No error 5)
a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4
99. Can you 1)/ repair my 2)/ digital-camera until 3)/ Wednesday? 4)/ No error 5)
a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4
100. A free press is not 1)/ a privilege but the 2)/ organic necessity in 3)/ a free society. 4) No error 5)
a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4
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