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সঠিক উত্তর গুলোতে (*) স্টার চিহ্ন দেওয়া আছে

1. Who is known as the ‘Lady of the Lamp’?
Sorojini Naidu
Hellen Killer
Florence Nightingale*
Madame Teresa

2. For which of the following disciplines Nobel Prize is awarded ?
Physics and Chemistry
Physiology or Medicine
Literature, Peace and Economic*
All of the above

3. Lunar eclipse occurs on—-
A new moon day
A full moon day*
A half moon day
A moonless day

4. World ‘ No-Tobacco Day’ is observed on—–
May 25
May 28
May 30
May 31*

5. Which of the following ecosystems covers the largest area of the earth’s surface ?
Desert Ecosystem
Mountain Ecosystem
Fresh water Ecosystem
Marine Ecosystem*

6. In Cricket game the length of pitch between the two wickets is —–
14 yards
23 yards
22 yards*
21 yards

7. IMF (International Monitory Fund) is the result of—–
Hawana Conference
Geneva Conference
Rome Conference
Brettonwood Conference*

8. Dengue fever is spread by——-
Aedes aegypti mosquito*
Common House flies
Anophilies mosquito
Rats and squirrels

9. The International Court of Justice is located in——
New York
London
Geneva
Hague*

10. 169 is equal to—-
11
13*
15
17

11. Badminton is the national sport of—–
Malaysia
Scotland
China
Nepal

12. EURO is the currency of—–
Asia
Europe*
America
Africa

13. Photosynthesis takes place in —–
Roots of the plants
Stems of the plants
Green parts of the plants*
All parts of the plants

14. The term PC means——
Private Computer
Prime Computer
Personal Computer*
Professional Computer

15. Fill in the blank of the following sentence with the right form of verb. If I —–a king!
am
was
were*
shall be

16. Tiger : Zoology : : Mars :—–
Astrology
Cryptology
Astronomy*
Telescope

17. Meiden speech means—–
First speech*
Middle speech
Maid servant’s speech
Final speech

18. N.B. stands for—–
Note before
No bar
Non bearing
Nota bene*

19. What is the masculine gender of “mare”?
Mermaid
Bear
Stallion*
Dog

20. Botany is to plants as Zoology is to —-
Flowers
Rivers
Mountains
Animals*

21. Cricket enjoys a huge —- in Bangladesh.
follow on
fall out
follow
following*

22. Who wrote the following lines : “all at once I saw/a crowd, a host of golden daffodils”?
Wordsworth*
Herrick
Shelley
Keats

23. What would be the right synonym for “initiative”?
apathe
indolence
enterprise*
activity

24. Which of the following words can be used as a verb ?
Mister
Master*
Mistress
Mastery

25. Who among the following writers is not a Nobel Laureate?
T. S. Eliot
Toni Morrison
Grahame Greene*
William Faulkner

26. The correct passive form of “You must shut these doors” is——
These must be shut doors
Shut the doors you must
Shut must be the doors
These doors must be shut*

27. The film was directed in the director’s usual —-style.
confusion
idiosyncratic*
personifying
purifying

28. Which word is the determiner in the sentence “Will it take much time”?
will
take
much*
time

29. The play Arms and the man is by—–
James Joyce
Arthur Miller
Samuel Beckett
George Bernard Shaw*

210. ‘He was a rather “disagreeable” man’. Here the quotation word is a/an—–
Noun
Adjective*
Adverb
Preposition

31. This could have worked if I —-been more far-sighted.
Had*
have
might
would

32. The ‘climax’ of a plot is what happens——
in the beginning
at the end
at the height*
in the confrontation

33. Choose the pair of words that expresses a relationship similar to that of “Harm : Damage”—-
Sweet : Sour
Injure : Incapacitate*
Stout : Weak
Hook : Crook

34. Othello is a Shakespeare’s play about—–
A Jew
A Roman
A Turk
A Moor*

35. In the 18th Century the Mughal Empire begun to—–
discriminate
disintegrate*
differentiate
dislocate

36. Being fat does not necessarily kill you, but it—the risk that you will suffer from nasty diseases.
increases
emphasizes
encourages
involves*

37. The poem “Isle of Innisfree” is written by—–
Dylan Thomas
Ezra Pound
W. H. Auden
W. B. Yeats*

38. Riders to the Sea is —–
an epic poem
a novella
a one-act play*
a theatrical adaptation of a poem

39. “It is time to review the ‘protocol’ on testing nuclear weapons”. Here the koteson word means——
Record of rules*
Summary
Procedures
Problems

40. —- amazing song haunted me for a long time.
These
Those
Thus
That*

41. Let us beging by looking at the “minuter” of the meeting. Here the koteson word means—-
time record
time frame
written record*
written analysis

42. The noise level in Dhaka city has increased “exponentially”. Here the koteson word means—-
amazingly
shockingly
stesdily
rapidly*

43. Which of the following writers belong to the Elizabethan period?
Christopher Marlowe*
Alexander Pope
John Dryden
Samuel Beckett

44. Women are too often—–by family commitments.
confused
cintrolled
contaminated
constrained*

45. “To be, or not be, that is the question”—-is a famous dialogue from—–
Othello
Romeo and Juliet
Hamlet*
Macbeth

46. Class relations and societal conflict is the key understanding of—-
Feminism
Formalism
Structuralism
Marxism*

47. Societies living in the “periphery” are always ignored. Here the koteson word means—-
offshore areas
marginal areas*
remote places
backward regions

48. The idiom ” A stitch in time save nine”— refers the importance of ——
saving lives
timely action*
saving time
time tailoring

49. Which is the correct sentences ?
He insisted on seeing her*
He insisted for seeing her
He insisted in seeing her
He insisted to seeing her

50. The would “nouveau riche” means—-
Riche rich
Well off
New high class
New rich*

51. Professor Razzak was a scholar—- repute. (Fill in the gap)
in
of*
after
by

52. ‘David Copperfield’ is a/an—-novel.
Victorian*
Eligabethan
Romantic
Modern

53. ‘Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard’ is written by —–
William Wordaworth
Thomas Gray*
John Keats
W. B. Yeats

54. John Smith is good——Mathematics. (Fill in the gap)
At*
in
of
after

55. Shakespeare’s ‘Measure for Measure’ is a successful—–
tragedy
comedy*
tragi-comedy
melodrama

56. Teacher said, ‘The earth–round the sun’.
Moves*
moved
has moved
will be moving

57. The romantic age in English literature began with the publication of ——.
Preface to Shakespeare
Preface to Lyrical Ballads*
Preface to Ancient Mariners
Preface to Dr. Johnson

58. In English grammar,——– deals with formation of sentences.
Morphology
Etymology
Syntax*
Semantics

59. Which of the following books is written by Thomas Hardy ?
Vanity Fair
The Return of the Native*
Pride and Prejudice
Oliver Twist

60. He insisted—–there. (Fill in the gap)
on my going*
is to go
over going
to go

61. The idiom ‘A stitch in time saves nine’—— refers to the importance of—–
saving lives
timely action*
saving time
time tailoring

62. ‘Frailty the name is woman’–is a famous dialogue from.
Christopher Marlowe
John Webstar
W. Shakespeare*
T. S. Eliot

63. The poem ‘The Solitary Reaper’ is written by —–
W. H. Auden
W. Wordsworth*
W. B. Yeats
Ezra Pound

64. ‘The Merchant of Venice’ is a Shakespearean play about—-
a Jew*
a Moor
a Roman
a Turk

65. What would be the right antonym for ‘initiative’?
Apathy*
indolence
enterprise
activity

66. The play ‘Candida’ is by—–
James Joyce
Shakespeare
G. B. Shaw*
Arthur Miller

67. Which of the following writers belongs to the romantic period in English literature?
A. Tennyson
Alexander Pope
John Dryden
S. T. Coleridge*

68. This could have worked if I —-been more cautious.
Had*
have
might
would

69. The Climax of a plot is what happens—–
in the beginning
at the height*
at the end
in the confrontation

70. London town is found a living being in the works of—-
Thomas Hardy
Charles Dickens*
W. Congreve
D. H. Lawrence

71. I have been living in Dhaka—-2000.
Since*
from
after
till

72. Give the antonym of the word ‘transitory’.
temporary
permanent*
transparent
short-lived

73. Verb of ‘Number’ is—–
Numder*
enumerate
numbering
numerical

74. ‘Child is the father of man’ is taken from the poem of—–
W. Wordsworth*
s. T. Coleridge
P. B. Shelley
A. C. Swinbume

75. Slow and steady—– the race. (Fill in the gap)
win
wins*
has won
won

76. ‘Man is a political animal’—who said this?
Dante
Plato
Aristotle*
Socrates

77. Who is known as ‘the poet of nature ‘ in English literature?
Lord Tennyson
John Milton
William Wordsworth*
John Keats

78. Identify the correct sentence?
Yesterday, he has gone home
Yesterday, he did gone home
Yesterday, he had gone home
Yesterday, he went home*

79. “A Passage to India” is written by——
E. M. Forster*
Rudyard Kipling
Galls Worthy
A. H. Auden

80. ‘Gitanjali’ of Rabindranath Tagore was translated by—–
W. B. Yeats*
Robert Frost
John Keats
Rudyard Kipling

81. Which of the following words is in singular form?
formulae
agenda
oases
radius*

82. Choose the correct sentence:
All of it depend on you
All of it are depending on you
All of it depends on you*
All of it are depended on you

83. “A rolling stone gathers no moss” The complex form of the sentence is —-
Since a stone is rolling, it gathers no moss.
Though a stone rolls, it gathers no moss.
A stone what rolls gathers no moss.
A stone that rolls gathers no moss.*

84. A chart was “appended” to the report. Here ‘appended’ means—-
changed
removed
joined*
shortened

85. The mother sat “vigilantly” beside the sick baby. Here ‘vigilantly’ is——
a noun
an adverb*
an adjective
none of the three

86. The new offer of job was “alluring”. Here ‘alluring’ means—–
unexpected
tempting*
disappointing
ordinary

87. “Who planted this tree here”? The correct passive voice of this sentence is——-
By whom was this tree planted here?*
Who the tree had been planted hereby?
The tree was planted here by whom?
By whom had the tree been planted here?

88. Frailty the name is women. Here “Frailty”is :
A noun*
An adjective
An adverb
A verb

89. Education is “enlightening”. Here ‘enlightening’ is —-:
A gerund
A participle*
An infinitive
A finite verb

90. Choose the appropriate preposition in the blank of the following sentence: The family doesn’t fell—-going outing this season.
in
on
like*
of

91. fill in the blank with appropriate use of tense: I couldn’t mend the computer my self, so I—-at a shop.
had it mended*
had it mend
did it mend
had mended

92. Use the appropriate article—– I saw—-one-eyed man when I was walking on the road.
A*
an
the
no article is needed

93. The word ‘omnivorous’ means :
eating all types of food*
eating only fruits
eating only meat
eating grass and plants only

94. Complete the following sentence choosing the appropriate option: It’s raining cats and dogs, so—-
Watch out for falling animals.
Make sure you take an umbrella.*
Keep your pets inside.
Keep the windows open.

95. The phrase ‘Achilles’ heel’ means:
A strong point
A weak point*
A permanent solution
A serious idea

96. He worked “with all sincerity”. the underlined phrase is —-
A noun phrase
An adjective phrase
An infinitive phrase
An adverbial phrase*

97. This is the book “I lost”. Here ‘I lost’ is—-
A noun clause
An adverbial clause
An adjective clause*
None of the three

98. Which do you think is the nearest in meaning to ‘proviso’:
sanction
substitute
stipulation*
directive

99. Cassandra is a night owl, so she doesn’t usually get up untill about :
11 a.m*
11 p.m
7 a.m
7 p.m

100. Select the word that is the most closely opposite in meaning to the capitalized word : DELETERIOUS
toxic
spurous
harmless*
lethal

101. “Gerontion” is a poem by —–
T. S. Eliot*
W. B. Yeats
Mathew Arnold
Robert Browning

102. Fill in the blank.”—” is Shakespeare’s last play.
As You Life It
Macbeth
Tempest*
Othello

103. Who has written the poem “Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard”?
Thomas Gray*
P. B Shelley
Robert Frost
Y. B. Yeats

104. Who has written the play ‘Volpone’?
John Webster
Ben Jonson*
Christopher Marlowe
William Shakespeare

105. Shakespeare composed much of his plays in what sort of verse?
Alliterative
Sonnet form
Iambic pentameter*
Daetylic Haxameter

106. The repetition of beginning consonant sound is know as——
personification
onomatopoeia
alliteration*
rhyme

107. Which of the following is not a poetic tradition?
The Epic
The Comic*
The Occult
the Tragic

108. What is a funny poem of five lines called?
Quartet
Limerick*
Sixtet
Haiku

109. Who wrote “Biographia Literaria”?
Lord Byron
P. B. Shelley
S. T. Coleridge*
Charles Lamb

110. Robert Browning was a —-poet. fill in the gap with appropriate word.
Romantic
Victorian*
Modern
Elizathan

111. othello gave Desdemona—-as a token of love :
Ring
Handkerchief*
Pendant
Bangles

112. P.B. Shelley’s Adonais’ is an elegy on the death of——
John Milton
A. T. Coleridge
John Keats*
Lord Byron

113. The comparison of unlike things using the words like on as is known to be—–
metaphor
simile*
alliteration
personification

114. ‘Restoration period’ in English literature refers to —–
1560
1660*
1760
1866

115. ‘The Sun Also Rises’ is a novel written by—–
Charles Dickens
Hermanne Melville
Earnest Hemingway*
Thomas Hardy

116. Telephone : Cable : : Radio : ?
Microphone
Wireless*
Electricity
Wire

117. Find out the correct synonym of ‘TENUOUS’—-
Vital
Thin*
Careful
Dangerous

118. If LOYAL is coded as ‘JOWAJ’, then PRONE is coded as —-
QRPNF
NRMND
ORNMG
NRMNC*

119. Which one in the correct indirect narration? “Why have you beaten my dog”? he said to me.
He demanded me why had I beaten his dog
He asked me why I have had beaten his dog
He enquired me why had I had beaten his dog
He demanded of me why I had beaten his dog*

120. Who is the author of “Man and Superman”?
G.B. Shaw*
Thomas Hardy
Ernest hemingway
Charles Dickens

121. The is the plural form of the word “louse”?
louses
lice*
lices
licess

122. Choose the correct sentence?
He refrained to take any drastic action
He refrained to taking any drastic action
He refrained i taking any drastic actions
He refrained from taking any drastic action*

123. Which word is closest in meaning to “Franchise”?
ttility
frankness
privilege*
superficial

124. “Once in a blue moon” means —
always
very rarely*
nearly
hourly

125. “Jecobean Period” of English Literature refers to —
1558-1603
1625-1649
1603-1625*
1649-1660

126. A retired officer lives next door. Here “retired” word is used as a/an :
Gerund
adverb
preposition
participle*

127. Choose the appropriate preposition in the blank of the following sentence : Eight men were concerned — the plot.
at
with
in
for*

128. Fill in the gap with the right tense : When water — it turns into ice.
will freeze
freezes*
would freeze
froze

129. Which one is the correct antonym of “frugal”?
Extraordinary
Spendthrift*
economical
authentic

130. Choose the meaning of the idiom — “Take the bull by the horns.”
To challenge the enemy with courage*
Force the enemy to submit
Out of one’s wit
Surrender before the enemy

131. Fill in the blank with the correct quantifier. I still have — money.
a few
quite a few
many
a little*

132. Select the right compound structure of the sentence : “Though he is poor, he is honest”
He is poor and honest
As he is poor, he is honest
He is poor but honest*
Since he is poor, he is honest

133. Where do the following lines occur in? “Alone, alone, all, all alone, Alone on a wide,k wide sea ……”
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner*
Kubla Khan
The Nightingle
The Dungeon

134. “For God’s sake hold your tongue, and let me love.” This line is written by —-
Emily Dickinson
T.S Eliot
Mathew Arnold
John Donne*

135. Fill in the blank : Tourists —- their reservations well in advance if they want to fly to Cox’s Bazar.
better to had get
had better to get
had better got
had better get*

136. The sun went down. The “down” word is used here as a/an :
preposition
adverb*
noun
conjuction

137. Identify the right passive voice of “It is impossible to do this”.
Doing this is impossible
This is impossible to be done*
This is must be done
This can’t be done

138. Of the following authors, who wrote an epic?
John Milton*
Jane Mansfield
William Cowper
William Shakespeare

139. The literary term “euphemism” means—
vague idea
in offensive expression*
a sonnet
wise saying

140. “Mutton” is a/an
Common noun
Abstract noun
Materiel noun*
Proper noun

141. Reading is an excellent habit, Here, the “Reading” word is a —–
Verbal noun
Praticiple
Verb
Greund*

142. Which one of the following words is an example of a distributive pronoun?
such
either*
that
any

143. Who is not a Victorian poet?
Mathew Arnold
Alexander Pope*
Robert Browning
Alfred Tennyson

144. A speech of too many words is called—
A big speech
Maiden speech
An unimportant speeech
A verbose speech*

145. “Strike while the iron is hot” is an example of —-
Noun clause
Adjective clause
Adverbial clause*
Subordinate clause

146. The play “The Spanish Tragedy” is written by—-
Thomas Kyd*
Christopher Marlowe
Shakespeare
Ben Jonson

147. Who among the following Indian English writers is a famous novelist?
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
R.K. Narayan*
Nissim Ezekiel
Kamala Das

148. The word “Panegyric” means
Criticism
elaborate praise*
curse
high sound

149. Select the correctly spelt word :
Heterogeneous*
hetarogeneous
hetrogeneous
hetroganeous

150. Which period is known as “The golden age of English literature ?
The Victorian age*
The Elizabethen age
The Restoration age
The Eighteenth Century

151. A person who believes that laws and governments are not necessary is known as __
a militant
an anarchist *
a terrorist
an extremist

152. He went to ______ hospital because he had ___ heart attack.
no article , an
a , an
the , no article
no article , a *

153. The word ‘florid ‘ indicates
flour
foliage
floor
flower *

154. Complete the following sentence : ‘Had I known you were waiting outside, I ___
had invited you to come in
would invite you to come in
would be inviting you to come in
would have invited you to come in *

155. A soporific speech is likely to __
be incomprehensible
appeal primarily to emotions
put one to sleep *
stimulate action

156. Select the world with right spelling __
Schizophrenia *
Seizophrania
Scizophrenia
Schizophrania

157. Love for the whole world is called __
philanthropy *
misogyny
benevolence
misanthropy

158. when we want to mean a government by the richest class we use the term __
Oligarchy
Plutocracy *
Cryptocracy
Aristocracy

159. Hospitals __ the sick.
operate
treat *
admit
nurse

160. The warning of the authority falls on deaf ears. Here warning does the function of __
adverb
adjective
verb
noun *

161. The word ‘ culinary ‘ is related to
printing
cooking *
dress
musical instruments

162. Identify the correct passive form of the sentence below : ‘ Do you Know them’?
Are they known by you?
Would they be known by you?
Are they known with you ?
Are they known to you? *

163. ‘Panacea’ means__
cure-all *
pancreatic
widespread disease
gland

164. what is the plural number of ‘ovum’ ?
ovams
ovumes
onums
ova *

165. কোন শব্দযুগলটি ভিন্ন ?
False , True
Sharp , Blunt
Love, Affection*
Abundance , Scarcity

166. ‘A christams carol’ is a __ by charles Dickens .
ballad
sketch story
historical novel
short novel *

167. ‘There was a small reception following the wedding: The word ‘following’ in the sentence above is a/an __
preposition *
adjective
adverb
noun

168. which of the following words has been formed with a prefix?
amoral *
authentic
amnesia
aspersions

169. লেফটেন্যান্ট জেনারেল শব্দের সঠিক ইংরেজি বানান কোনটি?
Lieaftenant
Leaftenant
Leiftenant
Lieutenant *

170. ‘To be’ or not to be that is the question ‘, __ is a famous soliloquy from__
Macbeth
King lear
Othello

171. What is the verb of the word ‘Shortly’?
Short
Shorter
Shorten*
Shortness

172. Choose the correct sentence-
Let he and you be witnesses
Let you and him be witnesses*
Let you and he be witnesses
Let you and he be witnesses

173. Choose the correct sentence-
The matter was informed to the police
The matter has been informed of the police
The police was informed of the matter
The police were informed of the matter*

174. Who, Which, What are-
Demonstrative pronoun
Relative pronoun*
Reflaxive pronoun
Indefinite pronoun

175. Choose the correct one-
Mispel
Misspell*
Mispell
Misspel

176. Fill in the blanks ‘What is the time-your watch ?’
By*
in
at
with

177. Fill in the blanks ‘Give my-to him.’
Warm compliment
Compliments*
Best compliment
Heartiest compliment

178. ‘Caesar and Cleopatra’ is-
a tragedy by Shakespeare
a play By G. B. Shaw*
a poem by Lord Byron
a novel by S. T. Coleridge

179. Who is the greatest modern English dramatist?
Verginia Woolf
George Bernard Shaw*
P. B. Shelley
S. T. Coleridge

180. Who is the modern philosopher who was awarded Nobel Prize for literature?
James Baker
Dr. Kissinger
Bertrand Russel*
Lenin

181. Who is the author of ‘A Farewell to Arms’?
T. S. Eliot
John Milton
Plato
Ernest Hemingway*

182. Who is the most famous satirist in English literature?
Alexander Pope
Jonathan Swift*
William Wordsworth
Bulter

183. What is the synonym of ‘Delude’?
Demand
Permit
Aggravate
Deceive*

184. What is the noun of the word ‘Waste’?
Waste
Wasting
Wastage*
Wasteful

185. What is the antonym of ‘Queer’?
Integrated
Orderly*
Abnormal
Odd

186. What is the adjective of the word ‘Heart’?
Heart
Hearten
Heartening*
Heartful

187. What is the synonym of ‘Incite’?
Instigate*
Permit
Urge
Deceive

188. What is the antonym of ‘Honorary’?
81
Honorable
Salaried*
Literary

189. What is the verb of the word ‘Ability’?
Ableness
Able
Ably
Enable*

190. Who is the poet of the ‘Victorian Age’?
Helen Keller
Mathew Arnold
Shakespare
Robert Browning*

191. Who is the author of ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’?
Charles Dickens
Homer
Lord Tennison
Ernest Hemingway*

192. Fill in blank ‘He has assured me………….safety’
With
At
For
Of*

193. ‘May Allah help you’ What kind of sentence is this?
Optative*
Imperative
Assertive
Exclamatory

194. A rolling stone gathers no moss. What ‘rolling’ is ?
Gerund
Verbal noun
Participle*
Abjective

195. ‘He has been ill-Friday last’ fill in the blank.
Since*
In
From
On

196. Which is the noun of the word ‘beautiful’ ?
Beautious
Beauty*
Beautifully
Beautify

197. ‘Hold water’ means-
Keep water
Drink water
Bear examination
Store water

198. ‘Out and Out’ means-
Not at all
Thoroughly*
To be last
Man of outside

199. Choose the correct sentence-
Rich is not always happy
The rich is not always happy
The rich is not happy always
The rich are not always happy*

200. Choose the correct sentence-
He had been hunged for murder
He has been hunged for murder
He was hanged for murder*
He was hunged of murder

201. Choose the correct alternative to complete the sentence? ‘He —- to see us if he had been able to.’
would come
may come
may have come
would have come*

202. Choose the appropriate alternative to complete the sentence. ‘He had a—of fever.’
strong attack
severe attack*
serious kind
bad attack

203. Choose the correct sentence.
I asked Javed had he passed
I asked Javed if he had passed*
I asked Javed if you had passed
I asked Javed that had he passed

204. Choose the correct sentence.
A few of the three boys got a prize
Each of the three boys got a prize*
Every of the three boys got a prize
All of the three boys got a prize

205. Choose the correct sentence.
The man that said that was a fool
The man who said that was a fool*
The man that said that was a fool
The man which said that was a fool

206. Choose the correct answer. How long did you wait?
Till lunch time
Till he came*
Until six o’clock
Since this morning

207. What will be the correct preposition to complete the sentence? ‘I am not bad-tennis’.
in
at*
about
with

208. What is the antonym of ‘gentle’?
harsh
modest
clever
rude*

209. What is the synonym of ‘Jovial’?
Jolly
Gay*
Jealous
Happy

210. What is the synonym of ‘Competent’?
Circumspect
Discrete
Capable*
Prudent

211. Who is the author of ‘A Farewell to Arms’?
H. G. Wells
George Orwel
Thomas Hardy
Ernest Hemingway*

212. Who is the author of ‘Animal Farm’?
Thomas More
George Orwel*
Boris Pasternak
Charles Dickens

213. Who is the author of ‘India Wins Freedom’?
Mahatma Gandhi
J. L. Nehru
Abul Kalam Azad*
Moulana Akram Khan

214. What kind of noun is ‘Cattle’?
Proper
Common
Collective*
Material

215. What kind of noun is ‘Girl’?
Proper
Common*
Collective
Material

216. What is the meaning of ‘White Elephant’?
An elephant of white colour
A very coslty or troublesome possession*
A black marketer
A hoarder

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