One Word Substitution Quiz with Answers Exercise-23

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Directions: In each of the following questions, find out which one of the words given below the sentence can most appropriately replace the group of words italicized in the sentence.

1. Ravi impressed everyone with his persuasive and fluent speech. (R.B.I. 1990)

(a) discourse                (b) expression             (c) eloquence               (d) lecture

2. Loud talk or speech is never impressive.

 (a) Magniloquence   (b) Harangue              (c) Erudition                  (d) Malevolence

3. No theorem can be proved without using the statements which are taken for granted.

 (a) maxims                  (b) tenets                     (c) postulates                (d) stipulation

4. The bus has to go back and forth every six hours.

 (a) travel                      (b) run                         (c) cross                           (d) shuttle

5. The Committee insisted on a total check on all social evils he was the one who heralded the revolution.

(a)harbinger                (b)apostate                (c) renegade                 (d) apostle

6. During the Sultanate rule in India, men were not allowed to enter the women’s part of dwelling.

(a) wardrobe               (b) pantry                   (c) harem                      (d) anteroom

7. You are requested to send a list of goods sent, with their prices along with the parcel so that the payment can be done immediately.

(a) agenda                   (b) invoice                  (c) catalogue               (d) inventory

8. It is a custom of Christianity to sing Morning Prayer in the church regularly.

 (a) epilogue               (b) matin                     (c) epitaph                   (d) vesper

9. Not many people were impressed by a speech delivered without previous preparation.

(a) epilogue                (b) prologue               (c) soliloquy                (d) extempore

10. A man can be sentenced to death for killing another human being.

(a) fratricide               (b) regicide                 (c) homicide                (d) genocide              


1.(c)          2. (b)

3. (c)         4. (d)

5. (a)        6. (c)

7. (b)        8. (b)

9. (d)        10. (c)

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