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Q:

Partition is the opposite of what?

A) mark off B) divide
C) attach D) separate
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) attach

Explanation:

Partition is the word which is used for separation, dividing, mark off, etc... Compunding, union, attaching, total, etc... are antonyms of partition.

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Q:

Choose the sentence that contains a relative pronoun?

A) That is my books bag B) Some boys are coming for tution
C) The girl, whom you have met yesterday is my sister D) Those are not your things
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) The girl, whom you have met yesterday is my sister

Explanation:

Here in the given options, The girl, whom you have met yesterday is my sister is the sentence which has relative pronoun.

 

The pronoun which is used to connect a clause or phrase to a noun or pronoun is called as relative pronoun.

 

The most common relative pronouns are who, whom, whose, which, and that. Sometimes when and where can also be used as relative pronouns.

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Q:

The cricket match proved to be a big draw. (Idioms & Phrases)

A) a huge attraction B) a game without any result
C) a keen contest D) a lovely spectacle
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) a huge attraction

Explanation:

Here it is an idiom that says The cricket match proved to be a big draw means it stands as a huge attraction.

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Q:

Brainstorming is an example of

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A) Computer language B) Problem solving technique
C) Lightening effect D) None of the above
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Problem solving technique

Explanation:

Brainstorming is an example of a problem solving technique of severe thinking.

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Q:

A lady who remains unmarried

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A) Bachelore B) Prissy
C) Spinster D) Anthrope
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) Spinster

Explanation:

A lady who remains unmarried never have a child or divorsed is called as Spinster.

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One who sacrifices his life for a cause

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A) Patriot B) Soldier
C) Martyr D) Revolutionary
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) Martyr

Explanation:

One who sacrifices his life for a cause is called as Martyr.

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Q:

Find the correctly spelt word?

A) Addulation B) Ominous
C) Adlation D) Omineous
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Ominous

Explanation:

Ominous is the correctly spelt word in the given options. It means that giving the worrying impression that something bad is going to happen.

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Q:

The following sentence contains which type of conjunction?

"She is not only a great singer but also an exceptional dancer."

A) Phrasal B) Subordinating
C) Correlative D) Coordinating
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) Correlative

Explanation:

A conjunction is a word that joins words, clauses, phrases or sentences.

For example but, and, or, nor, yet for, so, although, since, because, unless, when, where, while, etc.

There are four types of conjunctions:

1. Subordinating Conjunction

2. Correlative Conjunction

3. Phrasal Conjunction

4. Coordinating Conjunction

 

In the given sentence, "She is not only a great singer but also an exceptional dancer" Not Only But Also is a type of Correlative conjunction.

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