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WBP 2021 English Previous Year Questions

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WBP CONSTABLE MAIN 2020

1. Which one of the following words is correctly spelled?
      ⓐ Renovetion
      ⓑ Rinovation
      ⓒ Reinnovasion
      ⓓ Renovation

2. Which word is the opposite of ‘rogue’?
      ⓐ Scoundrel
      ⓑ Scrupulous
      ⓒ Crooked
      ⓓ Rascal

3. Which one of the following words is correctly spelled?
      ⓐ Assassination
      ⓑ Assasination
      ⓒ Asaciantion
      ⓓ Assasination

4. Out of the alternative suggested, select the one which best expresses the sentence in indirect speech.
The girl said, “I am very busy now”.
      ⓐ The girl is busy now.
      ⓑ The girl said that she is very busy now.
      ⓒ The girl said that she was very busy then.
      ⓓ The girl told she is busy then.

5. Which word means same as 'refurbish'
      ⓐ Fabricate
      ⓑ Revamp
      ⓒ Construct
      ⓓ Destroy

6. Choose the correct proverb.
      ⓐ Empty vessels make must noise.
      ⓑ Empty vessels take out noise.
      ⓒ Empty vessels make no noise.
      ⓓ Empty vessels make most noise.

7. Which word means same as “sophisticated”
      ⓐ Genteel
      ⓑ Gentle
      ⓒ Brusque
      ⓓ Funky

8. Which one of the following words is correctly spelled?
      ⓐ Masage
      ⓑ Message
      ⓒ Messege
      ⓓ Message

9. Out of the alternative suggested, select the one which best expresses the sentence in indirect speech.
He asked me, “What are you doing?”
      ⓐ He asked me what I did.
      ⓑ He asked me what I was doing.
      ⓒ He asked me what I am doing.
      ⓓ He asked me about my activities.

10. Fill in the blank with the most appropriate preposition from the following.
Rahul is addicted _____________ gambling.
      ⓐ on
      ⓑ of
      ⓒ with
      ⓓ to

11. Fill in the blank with the most appropriate preposition from the following.
Ostrich prefer running ____________ flying.
      ⓐ against
      ⓑ of
      ⓒ for
      ⓓ to

12. Choose the correct proverb.
      ⓐ Barking dogs bite at night.
      ⓑ Lurking dogs bite always cry.
      ⓒ Barking dogs always bite.
      ⓓ Barking dogs seldom bite.

13. Which word is the opposite of “plenty?”
      ⓐ Huge
      ⓑ Abundant
      ⓒ Many
      ⓓ Insufficient

14. Choose the correct proverb.
      ⓐ A stitch in time saves ten.
      ⓑ A stitch in time saves five.
      ⓒ A stitch in time saves fine.
      ⓓ A stitch in time saves nine.

15. Choose the correct proverb.
      ⓐ Better late than never.
      ⓑ Better late then never.
      ⓒ Better late than ever.
      ⓓ Better fate comes never.

16. Fill in the blank with an appropriate word or preposition.
David lives ______________ the bus-stand.
      ⓐ By
      ⓑ through
      ⓒ across
      ⓓ against

17. Choose the correct proverb.
      ⓐ All is well that end in a well.
      ⓑ The end is well.
      ⓒ All's well that ends well.
      ⓓ Ends well is all.

18. Which of the following word is correctly spelled?
      ⓐ Que
      ⓑ Queue
      ⓒ Quey
      ⓓ Quae

19. Fill in the blank with an appropriate word or preposition.
We shall discuss the matter _________ a cup of tea.
      ⓐ over
      ⓑ with
      ⓒ before
      ⓓ on

20. Fill in the blank with an appropriate word or preposition.
The man was accused______theft.
      ⓐ By
      ⓑ of
      ⓒ for
      ⓓ about

21. Out of the alternative suggested, select the one which best expresses the sentence in indirect speech.
Virat said, “Ravi arrived on Monday”.
      ⓐ Virat said that Ravi had arrived on Monday.
      ⓑ Virat says that Ravi is arriving on Monday.
      ⓒ Virat said that Ravi will arrive on Monday.
      ⓓ Virat said that Ravi arrives on Monday.

22. Which is the correct one for “an afternoon nap”?
      ⓐ siesta
      ⓑ slumber
      ⓒ catnap
      ⓓ doze

23. Which one of the following words is correctly spelled?
      ⓐ Independence
      ⓑ Independance
      ⓒ Indipandence
      ⓓ Independense



WBP CONSTABLE MAIN 2019



1. Out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words.
One who runs away from justice
      ⓐ Prisoner
      ⓑ Fugitive
      ⓒ Convict
      ⓓ Accused

Find the error part of the sentences (Q-2 to Q-6).

2. Consumers are set to be spoilt for choice (1)/ as smartphone maker compete with one another (2)/ with flagship launches at attractive prices. (3)/ No error (4)
      ⓐ 4
      ⓑ 1
      ⓒ 2
      ⓓ 3

3. Monsoon this year is expected (1)/ to arrive on the Indian mainland (2)/ five days later than the normal date (3)/ No error (4)
      ⓐ 4
      ⓑ 1
      ⓒ 2
      ⓓ 3

4. Some witness said the grenade was thrown (1)/ from a motorcycle while others said (2)/ it was lobbed at the check post from a moving car (3)/ No error (4)
      ⓐ 4
      ⓑ 1
      ⓒ 2
      ⓓ 3

5.Talking about his Padma Shri award, the actor said (1)/ he didn't want to accept it as there were people (2)/ in the industry who deserve it more than him (3)/ No error (4)
      ⓐ 4
      ⓑ 1
      ⓒ 2
      ⓓ 3

6. The police team patrolling the area (1)/ took the victim to hospital (2)/ where he was declare brought dead. (3)/ No error (4)
      ⓐ 4
      ⓑ 1
      ⓒ 2
      ⓓ 3

7. Choose the word or group of words which is most similar in meaning to the idioms/phrases printed in bold as used in the sentence.
She paid a flying visit to Mumbai to see her ailing father.
      ⓐ went by aeroplane
      ⓑ is surprise visit
      ⓒ a very short visit
      ⓓ a very long is visit

8. Out of the alternative suggested, select the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences:-
Incapable of making errors
      ⓐ Erroneous
      ⓑ Infallible
      ⓒ Incorrigible
      ⓓ Irreparable

9. Choose the word or group of words which is most similar in meaning to the idioms/phrases printed in bold as used in the sentence.
If a joke falls flat, nobody thinks it is funny.
      ⓐ fails to produce the intended effect.
      ⓑ fails to stand.
      ⓒ fails to realize.
      ⓓ fails to maintain.

10. Out of the alternative suggested, select the one which best expresses the sentence in indirect speech.
The peon said to his officer, “Please forgive me”.
      ⓐ The peon told his officer to please forgive him.
      ⓑ The peon requested his officer that he forgive him.
      ⓒ The peon requested his officer to forgive him.
      ⓓ The peon said to his officer that he should forgive him.

11. Change the voice of the sentence.
The invigilator was reading out the instructions.
      ⓐ The instructions had been read out by the invigilator
      ⓑ The instructions were being read out by the invigilator.
      ⓒ The instructions were read by the invigilator.
      ⓓ The instructions had been read by the invigilator.

12. Which of the following word is correctly spelled?
      ⓐ Leitenant
      ⓑ Leftenant
      ⓒ Lieutenant
      ⓓ Leftinant

13. Choose the word or group of words which is most similar in meaning to the idioms/ phrases printed in bold as used in the sentence.
Farmers have cried wolf in the past but this time, agriculture is in a crisis.
      ⓐ to keep off starvation
      ⓑ to listen eagerly
      ⓒ to give false alarm
      ⓓ to run pale

14. The doctor said that the patient has turned the corner.
      ⓐ that the patient has been turned over for autopsy.
      ⓑ that the patient has crossed the corner.
      ⓒ that he is in a serious condition.
      ⓓ that the patient is out of danger.

15. Change the voice of the sentence.
You need to clean your shoes properly.
      ⓐ Your shoes need to be cleaned properly.
      ⓑ You are needed to clean your shoes properly.
      ⓒ Your shoes are needed to be properly cleaned.
      ⓓ Your shoes are needed to be cleaned properly by you.

16. Choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/ sentence.
That which is 'Unclear'.
      ⓐ Ambiguous
      ⓑ Doubtless
      ⓒ Uncertain
      ⓓ Controversial

17. Change the Narration of the sentence.
I said to him, “Why are you working so hard”?
      ⓐ I asked him why he was working so hard.
      ⓑ I asked him why was he working so hard.
      ⓒ I asked him why he had been working so hard.
      ⓓ I asked him why had he been working so hard.

18. Change the voice of the sentence.
Darjeeling grows tea.
      ⓐ Tea grows in Darjeeling.
      ⓑ Tea is grown in Darjeeling.
      ⓒ Let the tea be grown in Darjeeling.
      ⓓ Tea is being grown in Darjeeling.

19. Which of the following word is correctly spelled?
      ⓐ Regulatary
      ⓑ Mandatary
      ⓒ Circulatary
      ⓓ Temporary

20. Fill in the blank with an appropriate word or preposition.
My sister and __________ are pleased to accept your invitation.
      ⓐ I myself
      ⓑ I
      ⓒ me
      ⓓ myself

21. A through search of the aircraft was carried _______ in the airport.
      ⓐ along
      ⓑ out
      ⓒ off
      ⓓ on

22. Sachin was standing ________ me.
      ⓐ besides
      ⓑ aside
      ⓒ next
      ⓓ beside

23. He shows great ability ______ mathematics.
      ⓐ in
      ⓑ of
      ⓒ at
      ⓓ about

24. There _______ any message from my friend since he moved to Delhi.
      ⓐ haven't been
      ⓑ isn't
      ⓒ wasn't
      ⓓ hasn't been

25. The following parts are not given in proper order. Read the sentences and find out which of the four combinations is correct.
S1. Snakes are the most feared of all the time.
P. Superstition and ignorance prevents proper treatment.
Q. It is also beneficial to man.
R. Snake is not a source of fear and harm.
S. Many people are killed by snakes in India and all over the world.
S6. Medicines are made from its poison.
The proper sequence should be
      ⓒ QRSP
      ⓐ SRQP
      ⓓ SPRQ
      ⓑ PRSQ



WBP WARDER (Jail Police) MAIN 2019



1. Fill up the blank with the correct word.
My father keeps all his _________ papers under lock and key.
      ⓐ useful
      ⓑ confidential
      ⓒ required
      ⓓ necessary

2. Because of the bitter experience of the past, he __________ everywhere.
      ⓐ smells a rat
      ⓑ disbelieve
      ⓒ sees a danger
      ⓓ suspects foul

3. Choose the correct prefix- ‘Danger’
      ⓐ ed
      ⓑ er
      ⓒ ous
      ⓓ en

4. Select the appropriate meaning of the following idioms and Phrases:
Raining cats and dogs.
      ⓐ raining blows on pets
      ⓑ raining heavily
      ⓒ fighting between two groups
      ⓓ fighting between animals

5. Choose the correct prefix- ‘Grateful’
      ⓐ in
      ⓑ en
      ⓒ dis
      ⓓ un

6. Find the correctly spelt word.
      ⓐ aggressive
      ⓑ aggresive
      ⓒ agressive
      ⓓ aggrissive

7. Select the appropriate meaning of the following idioms and Phrases: ‘Blue blood’.
      ⓐ Blood colour changed to blue
      ⓑ Belonging to the working class society
      ⓒ Member of aristocratic or noble family
      ⓓ Member of reptile family

8. Which one of the following words is correctly spelt?
      ⓐ aceident
      ⓑ acident
      ⓒ accedent
      ⓓ accident

9. Select the appropriate meaning of the following Idioms and Phrases.
Bolt from the blue
      ⓐ a complete surprise
      ⓑ thundering
      ⓒ informing something bad
      ⓓ no idea

10. Fill in the blank with the most appropriate word from the following.
When the principal entered the class, a student _______ on the blackboard.
      ⓐ was writing
      ⓑ wrote
      ⓒ writes
      ⓓ is writing

11. Fill in the blank with the most appropriate word from the following.
I cannot _________ to know much about it.
      ⓐ pretend
      ⓑ imagine
      ⓒ conceive
      ⓓ contemplate

12. Fill in the blank with the most appropriate word from the following.
We hope that Papa ________ soon.
      ⓐ is coming
      ⓑ come
      ⓒ will be coming
      ⓓ will come

13. Choose a correct prefix ‘human’.
      ⓐ in
      ⓑ de
      ⓒ un
      ⓓ non

14. Select the appropriate meaning of the following Idioms and Phrases.
In hot water
      ⓐ water in turbulence
      ⓑ trouble with someone
      ⓒ water getting hot suddenly
      ⓓ medically useful water

15. Which one of the following words is correctly spelt
      ⓐ juresdiction
      ⓑ jurisdiction
      ⓒ jurisdection
      ⓓ juriesdiction

16. Fill in the blank with an appropriate word.
The train had left before I _____ the station.
      ⓐ reach
      ⓑ reached
      ⓒ was reaching
      ⓓ reaches

17. Fill in the blank with an appropriate word.
Columbus ________ America.
      ⓐ discovered
      ⓑ discovers
      ⓒ has discovered
      ⓓ had discovered

18. Select the appropriate meaning of the following Idioms and Phrases.
To bell the cat
      ⓐ conflict
      ⓑ facing enemy
      ⓒ make friendship
      ⓓ to face the risk

19. Fill in the blank with an appropriate word.
He saw me by chance and __________ the car.
      ⓐ stops
      ⓑ stop
      ⓒ stopped
      ⓓ was stopping

20. Fill in the blank with an appropriate word.
The shepherd was looking after the _______ of sheep.
      ⓐ gang
      ⓑ crew
      ⓒ flock
      ⓓ fleet

21. Choose a correct prefix “monthly”.
      ⓐ bye
      ⓑ bi
      ⓒ anti
      ⓓ over

22. Choose a correct prefix “Advantage”.
      ⓐ re
      ⓑ de
      ⓒ dis
      ⓓ un

23. Fill in the blank with the appropriate word.
The salt spray has gradually _______ the bridge.
      ⓐ ravaged
      ⓑ spoilt
      ⓒ demolished
      ⓓ corroded

24. Which one of the following words is correctly spelt?
      ⓐ Guaraantee
      ⓑ Guarante
      ⓒ Guarunte
      ⓓ Guarantee

25. Which one of the following words is correctly spelt?
      ⓐ Annalytical
      ⓑ Anelytical
      ⓒ Analitical
      ⓓ Analytical

26. Study of Insects is known as -
      ⓐ Ecology
      ⓑ Etymology
      ⓒ Entomology
      ⓓ Anthology



WBP LADY CONSTABLE MAIN EXAM 2018



1. Change the voice of the sentence.
A 6 year child was knocked down by a passing vehicle.
      ⓐ A 6 year child knocked down a passing vehicle.
      ⓑ A passing vehicle knocked down a 6 year child.
      ⓒ A vehicle knocked down a 6 year passing child.
      ⓓ No change

2. Which of the following is wrong?
      ⓐ bull - cow
      ⓑ fox - vixen
      ⓒ gander - goose
      ⓓ horse - mule

3. Fill in the blanks.
Why do you stare ____ her?
      ⓐ to
      ⓑ against
      ⓒ after
      ⓓ at

4. Change the direct into the indirect form of speech.
The boy said, “I play in the field every day.”
      ⓐ The boy said that he played in the field all day.
      ⓑ The boy said that he has been playing in the field every day.
      ⓒ The boy said that he had been playing in the field every day.
      ⓓ The boy said that he plays in the field every day.

Choose the appropriate meaning of the underlined phrases/idioms.
5. When he took charge as the General Manager of the company, the situation was at sixes and sevens.
      ⓐ the money was meagre.
      ⓑ the company was in debt.
      ⓒ only a few workers were there.
      ⓓ in utter confusion.

6. Trying to find life on the Mars is a wild goose chase.
      ⓐ formidable competition
      ⓑ futile exercise
      ⓒ useful enterprise
      ⓓ mad race for something

7. He is always in debt as he makes ducks and drakes of his money.
      ⓐ often squanders money
      ⓑ owns a poultry farm
      ⓒ gives loans to other people
      ⓓ often buys non vegetarian dishes with.

8. Correct the sentence by using the following one.
I’m sure the new office order serves them right.
      ⓐ changes their mind
      ⓑ gives good service to them
      ⓒ gives what they deserve
      ⓓ realize their mistakes

9. After getting selected for the job, he has been putting on airs these days.
      ⓐ travelling only by air
      ⓑ being very modest
      ⓒ becoming very boastful
      ⓓ wearing costly clothes

10. 'She baffled me with her argument'- What is the synonym of 'baffled'?
      ⓐ seasoned
      ⓑ bewildered
      ⓒ convinced
      ⓓ defeated

11. Which of the following is correctly spelt?
      ⓐ Embarass
      ⓑ Embarres
      ⓒ Embarrass
      ⓓ Embrase

12. What is the antonym of 'wholesome'?
      ⓐ unhealthy
      ⓑ beneficial
      ⓒ pure
      ⓓ nutritious



Read each sentence to find out grammatical errors of errors in idiomatic expressions in it. The error will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer.

13. My brother lives (1) in Jalpaiguri (2) and I visited him (3) every year (4).
      ⓐ 2
      ⓑ 3
      ⓒ 4
      ⓓ 1

14. There shall be (1) a complete ban of the use (2) of synthetic colour for painting of Idols (3) that would require immersion (4).
      ⓐ 2
      ⓑ 3
      ⓒ 1
      ⓓ 4

15. In late morning (1) several gangmen (2) had been deployed by KMC to work (3) of different stretches of the alignment (4).
      ⓐ 2
      ⓑ 1
      ⓒ 4
      ⓓ 3

16. At 21, (1) she in many ways (2) is like any girl (3) to her age. (4)
      ⓐ 2
      ⓑ 1
      ⓒ 3
      ⓓ 4

17. How often employees feel (1) a sense of achievement (2) on the work (3) that they deliver? (4)
      ⓐ 2
      ⓑ 3
      ⓒ 4
      ⓓ 1

18. The Hon'ble Calcutta High court (1) will now hear a petition (2) against a rule that bars lawyers (3) who does not practice in HC. (4)
      ⓐ 2
      ⓑ 3
      ⓒ 4
      ⓓ 1

19. Two persons who were on a motorcycle (1) escaped with minor injuries (2) after a balcony of a two-storied building (3) at Shyambazar street collapsed on Tuesday evening. (4)
      ⓐ 2
      ⓑ 3
      ⓒ 4
      ⓓ 1


Rearrange the following six sentences in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and answer the questions given below.
      (A) With all this experimentation he incurred an expenditure of ever a million dollars before success smile on him.
      (B) Edison invented the long lasting electric light bulb.
      (C) To find a fibre to burn inside a bulb he experimented with over two thousand items.
      (D) We thus owe the miracle of light as much to his perseverance as to his genius
      (E) However, he did not invent it overnight.
      (F) His friends too travelled all over the world from South America to India in search of a suitable fibre.

20. Which of the following should be the first sentence after rearrangement?
      ⓐ b
      ⓑ c
      ⓒ f
      ⓓ a

21. Which of the following should be the third sentence after rearrangement?
      ⓐ b
      ⓑ c
      ⓒ f
      ⓓ a

22. Which of the following should be the second sentence after rearrangement?
      ⓐ b
      ⓑ f
      ⓒ c
      ⓓ e

23. Which of the following should be the sixth sentence after rearrangement?
      ⓐ b
      ⓑ c
      ⓒ d
      ⓓ a

24. Which of the following should be the fourth sentence after rearrangement?
      ⓐ b
      ⓑ c
      ⓒ f
      ⓓ a

25. What is the synonym of the word ‘perseverance’ used in the passage -
      ⓐ stamina
      ⓑ courage
      ⓒ frailty
      ⓓ diligence



WBP EXCISE SI PRELIM EXAM 2018



1. “It is better to be late than never” means -
      ⓐ It is better to start something after others have, than not to do it at all.
      ⓑ When delayed, things are done more thoroughly.
      ⓒ An early bird catches the worms.
      ⓓ Delayed performance reflects better judgement.

2. Choose the alternative single word substitute for the given expression.
Children and grandchildren of a person-
      ⓐ Descendents
      ⓑ Descendants
      ⓒ Precursor
      ⓓ Dependent

3. Choose the suitable preposition to complete the following sentence.
The snake was killed _______ a stick.
      ⓐ with
      ⓑ against
      ⓒ at
      ⓓ by

4. Correct the following sentence by replacing the underlined phrase.
The four of them was thrill and living happy together for a very long time.
      ⓐ them were thrill and living happily together.
      ⓑ them were thrilled and lived happy together.
      ⓒ No change
      ⓓ them were thrilled and lived happily together.

5. What is the synonym of the word 'Immunity'?
      ⓐ Impunity
      ⓑ Celerity
      ⓒ Alacrity
      ⓓ Spontaneity

6. Choose the suitable preposition to complete the following sentence.
The boy was suffering _________ fever.
      ⓐ from
      ⓑ with
      ⓒ by
      ⓓ in

7. What is the Opposite of 'inflation'
      ⓐ Deflation
      ⓑ Stagflation
      ⓒ Sub-flation
      ⓓ Re-flation

8. Choose suitable word to complete the sentence in meaningful manner.
The soldier was as brave as a -
      ⓐ lion
      ⓑ mountain
      ⓒ snake
      ⓓ tiger

9. Choose suitable word to complete the sentence in meaningful manner.
Host received the guest with open -
      ⓐ manner
      ⓑ door
      ⓒ arms
      ⓓ mind

10. Choose the suitable word to complete the following sentence.
A ________ robber was arrested yesterday.
      ⓐ famous
      ⓑ notorious
      ⓒ reputed
      ⓓ noted

11. Which of the following is correctly spelt
      ⓐ Diarrheoa
      ⓑ Diarrhoea
      ⓒ Diaryhia
      ⓓ Diarhoea

12. Choose the alternative single word substitute for the given expression.
A particular area of a project-
      ⓐ Sight
      ⓑ Site
      ⓒ Place
      ⓓ Cite

13. Choose the suitable preposition to complete the following sentence.
The servant was loyal _______ his master.
      ⓐ to
      ⓑ by
      ⓒ at
      ⓓ with

14. Change the voice of the sentence given below.
My friends are watching the match.
      ⓐ The match had being watched by my friends.
      ⓑ The match is being watched by my friends.
      ⓒ The match has being watched by my friends.
      ⓓ The match is watched by my friends.

15. Choose the suitable word to complete the following sentence.
While crossing the highway five year old child was knocked ______ by a car.
      ⓐ away
      ⓑ out
      ⓒ up
      ⓓ down

16. Choose the suitable word to complete the following sentence.
I _______ your letter yesterday.
      ⓐ has recerived
      ⓑ received
      ⓒ did received
      ⓓ have receive

17. A building where Dead Bodies are kept -
      ⓐ Catacombs
      ⓑ Mortuary
      ⓒ Hospice
      ⓓ Ossuary

18. What is the meaning of the expression “A dark horse”
      ⓐ A black horse
      ⓑ A nightmare
      ⓒ An unknown person
      ⓓ An unforeseen competitor

19. Choose the suitable word to complete the following sentence.
Between India and Pakistan, the Kashmir issue is a bone of -
      ⓐ conflicts
      ⓑ contention
      ⓒ discord
      ⓓ clashes



WBP CONSTABLE 2015



1. The synonym of ‘Indifferent’ is -
      ⓐ Neutral
      ⓑ Unkind
      ⓒ Precious
      ⓓ Interested

2. Change the voice (Active/Passive)
People once believed that the Sun was a God.
      ⓐ The Sun is once being believed to be a God.
      ⓑ The Sun has once been believed to be a God.
      ⓒ It was once believed that the Sun was a God.
      ⓓ It is once believed that the Sun is a God.

3. Antonym of ‘Absurd’ is -
      ⓐ Scarcity
      ⓑ Adorn
      ⓒ Rational
      ⓓ Insane

4. Find out the error from the underlined. Choose (D) if the sentence is correct.
Excessive sugar intake (A)/ can lead to addiction (B)/, obesity and to diabetes (C).
      ⓐ A
      ⓑ B
      ⓒ C
      ⓓ D

5. Fill in the blanks with the right option form below.
He ______________ living in Delhi for ten years when I went there.
      ⓐ was been
      ⓑ were
      ⓒ had been
      ⓓ is

6. Find out the error from the underlined. Choose (D) if the sentence is correct.
With the development of vaccine (A)/, there are hardly no (B)/ cases of small pox or yellow fever, anywhere (C)/ in the world.
      ⓐ A
      ⓑ B
      ⓒ C
      ⓓ D

7. Change the following interrogative sentence into indirect speech.
“Call the first witness”, said the Judge.
      ⓐ The judge commanded to call the first witness.
      ⓑ The judge commanded them to call the first witness.
      ⓒ The judge commanded that the first witness be called.
      ⓓ The judge commanded the first witness to be called.

8. Select the best alternative of the underlined portion from among the choices given.
Sanjay baked his first cake and he was thirteen years old then.
      ⓐ And he was thirteen years old then.
      ⓑ At age thirteen years old
      ⓒ When he was thirteen
      ⓓ Upon the reaching of thirteen years.

9. Find out the error from the underlined. Choose (D) if the sentence is correct.
A number of the athletes which (A)/ were participating in Olympics were found (B)/ to have used steroids and other muscle building substances to enhance (C)/ their performance.
      ⓐ A
      ⓑ B
      ⓒ C
      ⓓ D

10. Fill in the blank with appropriate word given below.
Sunita writes ______________ her left hand.
      ⓐ on
      ⓑ with
      ⓒ with
      ⓓ by

11. Select the best alternative of the underlined portion from among the choices given.
Jogging a kilometre uses the same number of calories as if you walk two kilometres.
      ⓐ as walking
      ⓑ than to walk
      ⓒ than by walking
      ⓓ as though you walk

12. Select the best alternative of the underlined portion from among the choices given.
If we agree to purchase the house today, we would have saved Rs. 50,000.
      ⓐ If today we agree to purchase the house
      ⓑ Had we agreed to purchase the house today
      ⓒ If today we will agree to purchase the house
      ⓓ If we would of agreed to purchase the house today

13. Select the best answer from among the choices given.
As a person who would never ______ animals, Kavita takes extra care to avoid hitting squirrels while driving.
      ⓐ love
      ⓑ maltreat
      ⓒ accept
      ⓓ keep

14. Select the pair of words to fill in the gaps from among the choices given.
The fireworks display created so much ______ that the night sky was completely _______, almost as if it was the middle of the day.
      ⓐ refuse, detonated
      ⓑ colour, decorated
      ⓒ light, illuminated
      ⓓ noise, joyful

15. Select the best alternative of the underlined portion from among the choices given.
Because Ritha, expected not to go to college, she is taking little interest in school.
      ⓐ she took little interest in school
      ⓑ she will take little interest in school
      ⓒ she would take little interest in school
      ⓓ she takes little interest in school

16. Fill in the blank with appropriate word given below.
She has three children ______________ her husband.
      ⓐ of
      ⓑ in
      ⓒ by
      ⓓ from



WBP CONSTABLE EXAM 2016



1. An author who writes the story of another person’s life is known as-
      ⓐ historian
      ⓑ biographer
      ⓒ Chronicler
      ⓓ diarist

2. Choose from the following alternatives the word which is opposite in meaning to the word ‘ample’ -
      ⓐ sufficient
      ⓑ rare
      ⓒ insufficient
      ⓓ plenty

3. A child who has lost both of his parents is called -
      ⓐ A prodigy
      ⓑ A vagrant
      ⓒ A street child
      ⓓ An orphan

4. Choose the correct antonym of the underlined word.
Angels descend from heaven.
      ⓐ Blaze forth
      ⓑ Float
      ⓒ Gallop
      ⓓ Come down

5. Each occupation has its own __________; bankers, lawyers and computer professionals, for example, all use among themselves language which outsiders have difficulty to follow.
      ⓐ rewards
      ⓑ jargon
      ⓒ disadvantages
      ⓓ merits

6. Opposite of 'synthetic' is -
      ⓐ cosmetic
      ⓑ plastic
      ⓒ natural
      ⓓ artificial

7. Change the following interrogative sentence into indirect speech.
He asked me, “Do you like music?”
      ⓐ He said that whether I like music.
      ⓑ He told that whether you like music.
      ⓒ He asked me whether I liked music.
      ⓓ He asked me did you like music.

8. Find out the word which can most appropriately replace that group of words.
“The one who knows everything”.
      ⓐ knowledgeable
      ⓑ Omniscient
      ⓒ clever
      ⓓ intelligent

9. The father was anxious ________ the safety of his daughter.
      ⓐ at
      ⓑ for
      ⓒ about
      ⓓ with

10. Change the voice of the following sentences.
Who is creating this mess?
      ⓐ By whom this mess is being created?
      ⓑ Who has created this mess.
      ⓒ By whom is this mess being created?
      ⓓ By whom has this mess been created.

11. Choose the correct synonym of the word ‘Insurgency’.
      ⓐ Rebellion
      ⓑ Hostility
      ⓒ Attack
      ⓓ Enmity

12. A person who helps another to commit a crime is called-
      ⓐ Colleague
      ⓑ Accomplice
      ⓒ Assistant
      ⓓ Gangster

13. Choose the correct one word substitution of the following sentence.
‘A decision on which one cannot go back’
      ⓐ Incorrigible
      ⓑ Irreplaceable
      ⓒ Irrevocable
      ⓓ Infallible

14. The exact word which denotes the highest degree of comparison to the word ‘strong’.
      ⓐ stronger
      ⓑ strongful
      ⓒ strongest
      ⓓ strengthen

15. Choose the best prefix which matches with the word “Spoken”
      ⓐ De
      ⓑ Out
      ⓒ Dis
      ⓓ En

16. Fill in the blank with the appropriate word given below.
A police team was ______ to _______ the case.
      ⓐ formed, following
      ⓒ committed, study
      ⓑ constituted, investigate
      ⓓ located, adjudge



ABGARI (EXCISE) POLICE MAIN EXAM 2013

1. She is so ______ that she easily catches cold.
      ⓐ sensible
      ⓑ sincere
      ⓒ sensitive
      ⓓ sober

2. Pick out the word opposite in meaning to the given word- “Accepted”.
      ⓐ rejected
      ⓑ considered
      ⓒ noted
      ⓓ followed

3. Choose the word nearest in meaning to the given word- “Inedible”.
      ⓐ polluted
      ⓑ unfit for human consumption
      ⓒ vitiated
      ⓓ eatable

4. Choose the exact meaning of the idiom/ phrase in the sentence.
The prices are going up by leaps and bounds.
      ⓐ irregularly
      ⓑ gradually
      ⓒ rapidly
      ⓓ systematically

5. Choose the exact meaning of the underlined words in the above sentence from the following.
He chose the path of religion of his own accord.
      ⓐ forcibly
      ⓑ helplessly
      ⓒ half-heartedly
      ⓓ willingly

6. Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given sentence.
One who hates mankind.
      ⓐ Philanthropist
      ⓑ Misanthrope
      ⓒ Cannibal
      ⓓ Terrorist

7. Fill in the blank with an appropriate choice from the following.
The car __________ suddenly.
      ⓐ broke off
      ⓑ broke down
      ⓒ broke out
      ⓓ broke up

8. Correct the sentence by using the following one.
Why did you not spoken to me earlier?
      ⓐ did not spoke
      ⓑ did you not spoke
      ⓒ did you not speak
      ⓓ were you not spoken

9. Replace the underlined words in the above sentence by the appropriate words given below.
Since we are living in Bombay, we are unwilling to move to another city.
      ⓐ Since we have been living
      ⓑ Being that we are living
      ⓒ Since we were living
      ⓓ None of the above

10. Fill in the blank with most appropriate preposition from the following.
He was advised to abstain _______ all alcoholic drinks.
      ⓐ in
      ⓑ at
      ⓒ from
      ⓓ by

11. Fill in the blank in the above sentence by an appropriate word given below.
Questions will be answered by a ____________ of experts.
      ⓐ staff
      ⓑ panel
      ⓒ bunch
      ⓓ band

12. No one can bear an unprovoked insult.
The appropriate interrogative form of the above sentence.
      ⓐ Everyone can bear an unprovoked insult.
      ⓑ Can you bear an unprovoked insult?
      ⓒ Who can bear an unprovoked insult?
      ⓓ Would you bear an unprovoked insult?

13. The comparative degree of fast is used correctly in the sentence.
He runs as fast as a deer.
      ⓐ He runs faster than a deer.
      ⓑ A deer cannot run faster than he can.
      ⓒ A deer can run faster than he can.
      ⓓ None of the above.

14. Which of the following sentences is correct, if the above sentences are joined in the form of a simple sentence.
The sun rose. The fog dispersed.
      ⓐ When the sun rose, the fog dispersed.
      ⓑ The sun having risen the fog dispersed.
      ⓒ The fog dispersed when the sun rose.
      ⓓ As the sun rose, the fog dispersed.

15. Select the correct form of the sentence if changed into indirect narration.
The boy said to his mother, “Where are you going?”
      ⓐ The boy said to his mother that where she was going.
      ⓑ The boy asked to his mother where are you going.
      ⓒ The boy asked his mother where she was going.
      ⓓ The boy asked where she was going.

16. A boy was ____ by a motor-car.
      ⓐ run into
      ⓑ run over
      ⓒ run at
      ⓓ none of the above

17. The correct form of the sentence in passive voice is-
Do the work at once.
      ⓐ You are directed to do the work at once.
      ⓑ Let the work be done at once.
      ⓒ The work should be done at once.
      ⓓ At once the work be done by you.

18. The word opposite in meaning to 'Kind' is -
      ⓐ honest
      ⓑ famous
      ⓒ similar
      ⓓ cruel

19. Which of the following sentences is incorrect?
      ⓐ There is a university in Kolkata.
      ⓑ He is a university student.
      ⓒ A university will be established at Asansol.
      ⓓ None of the above.

20. Which of the following words will be appropriate to the above sentence?
My brother is younger ______ me.
      ⓐ than
      ⓑ by
      ⓒ with
      ⓓ to

21. Fill in the blank with the appropriate words given below.
I, who ____________ your superior, should be respected.
      ⓐ am
      ⓑ is
      ⓒ are
      ⓓ was

22. Murderer of one's father is-
      ⓐ Fratricide
      ⓑ Patricide
      ⓒ Homicide
      ⓓ Matricide

23. Fill in the blank with appropriate words given below.
Raman is better _________ the two boys.
      ⓐ than
      ⓑ in
      ⓒ to
      ⓓ of

24. Fill in the blank with the appropriate words given below.
He lost his mother as soon as he was ___________.
      ⓐ borne
      ⓑ bear
      ⓒ born
      ⓓ bore

25. Fill in the blank with the appropriate words given below.
He had to repent _______ what he had done.
      ⓐ at
      ⓑ of
      ⓒ over
      ⓓ for



KOLKATA POLICE EXAM 2011



1. Choose the one word from the following options.
One who eats everything.
      ⓐ omnipotent
      ⓑ insolvent
      ⓒ irresistible
      ⓓ omnivorous

2. Choose the correct antonym-“stain”
      ⓐ honour
      ⓑ mock
      ⓒ disfigure
      ⓓ none of these

3. Choose the correct synonym- “Insolent”
      ⓐ insulting
      ⓑ wasteful
      ⓒ hard
      ⓓ difficult

4. Find the correctly spelt word.
      ⓐ symptom
      ⓑ simtom
      ⓒ symtom
      ⓓ simptom

5. Find the correctly spelt word.
      ⓐ unparalaled
      ⓑ unparalelled
      ⓒ unparalleled
      ⓓ unparealeled

6. Fill in the blanks with suitable words.
He could not cope ______ the heavy.
      ⓐ in with
      ⓑ up with
      ⓒ up
      ⓓ with

7.Choose correct synonym: ‘Consensus’.
      ⓐ seruptuous
      ⓑ unanimity
      ⓒ discession
      ⓓ conscience

8. Choose the correct antonyms: ‘Salient’ .
      ⓐ petit
      ⓑ immigrant
      ⓒ widespread
      ⓓ restriction

9. Find out the part which has an error in the following sentences.
You must either (a) inform the Police else (b) prepared to suffer any loss. (c) No error (d)
      ⓐ A
      ⓑ B
      ⓒ C
      ⓓ D

10. Fill in the blank with most appropriate word from the following.
I will come to meet you at the station in my car _________ you do not have to walk to my house.
      ⓐ so that
      ⓑ in order
      ⓒ that
      ⓓ because

11. How did he kill the tiger? He killed it ______ rifle.
      ⓐ with
      ⓑ through
      ⓒ that
      ⓓ because

12. Change into indirect speech.
He said, “Am I looking smart?”
      ⓐ He asked if he has looking smart.
      ⓑ He asked if he is looking smart.
      ⓒ He asked if he was looking smart.
      ⓓ He asked if he had looking smart.

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