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Q:

Kudos means

A) blame B) shame
C) fame D) angry

Answer:   C) fame



Explanation:

Kudos means Praise or Congrats or Compliments.

Fame is Synonym of Kudos.

Blame, Shame and Angry are Antonyms of Kudos.

Q:

The opposite of right is the opposite of

A) Left B) Wrong
C) Give D) Take
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) Take

Explanation:

The opposite of right is left. The opposite of left is take. And the opposite of take is give.

 

Hence, the opposite of right is the opposite of take which is left.

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Assertive sentences examples list.

Answer

An assertive sentence is a sentence that state, assert, or declare something. It means it is a simple statement making thing. As it declares something, is also called as Declarative sentence.


 


 


 


Examples of assertive sentence or statements ::


 


1. Anamika loves him very much.


 


2. He picks her daily.


 


3. Attitude is everything.


 


4. The sun sets in the west.


 


5. She likes roses.


 


6. He is a student.


 


7. Karthik planned a tour.


 


8. Peacock is a beautiful bird.


 


9. India is our country.


 


10. Joel want to be a doctor.

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Opposite word of Enormous?

A) tiny B) large in size
C) high quantity D) to the most extent
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) tiny

Explanation:

Enormous means very large in quantity or size or extent.

Antonym or opposite of enormous is little, small or tiny.

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Parallel construction means that you

A) give both sides of the argument in your essay. B) begin each paragraph of your essay in the same way.
C) use the same grammatical construction in all similar headings throughout an outline. D) repeat the first paragraph of your essay as the last paragraph.
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) use the same grammatical construction in all similar headings throughout an outline.

Explanation:
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Which sentence contains an infinitive?

A) We walked to town with Grandfa. B) It is normal to make mistakes.
C) Will you take the package to Sheila? D) None of the above
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) It is normal to make mistakes.

Explanation:

An infinitive is a verbal that can function as noun, adjective, or adverb.

Having or involving the basic form of a verb is called Infinnitive clause.

Way to know whether there is an infinitive is to see whether there is the word "to" in the sentence.

 

Hence, option B) It is normal to make mistakes. is an infinitive sentence.

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“Neither a borrower nor a lender be, for loan oft loses both itself and friend.”

What is the meaning of the given phrase?

Answer

It is said by Lord Polonius.



It means do not lend or borrow money from a friend, because if you do so, you will lose both your friend and your money. If you lend, he will avoid paying back, and if you borrow you will fall out of your savings, as you turn into a spendthrift, and face humiliation.

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Q:

How many spaces are required between punctuation?

A) 1 B) 2
C) 3 D) 0
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) 1

Explanation:

While using punctuations, only one space is used. 

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Q:

Which sentence is written correctly?

A) I asked, "What kind of insect is that?" B) I asked what kind of insect is that?
C) I asked, "what kind of insect is that?" D) I asked, "What kind of insect is that"?
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) I asked, "What kind of insect is that?"

Explanation:
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