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Verbal Ability Syllabus for Elitmus pH Test
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Practice Sample Questions for eLitmus Verbal Exam:
Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).
b.which serve to ensure fair competition,
c.and allow consistent adjudication of the winner.
2.a.As long as someone has been making, supplying and distributing goods or services,
b.c there have been some sort of economy;
c.economies grew larger as societies grew and became more complex.
there has been some sort of economy;
3. Find the correctly spelled words.
4. Find the correctly spelled words
5. In questions given below out of four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given word/sentence.
A person who knows everything
6.The study of the nature, causes, or principles of reality, knowledge, or values, based on logical reasoning.
7. She has just get ready..........her wedding
8. Has Stev never go...... school?
9. Your father ...........to worry. I’m a very careful driver.
10. Mahatma Gandhi believed that industrialization was no answer to the problems that plague the mass of India's poor and that villagers should be taught to be self-sufficient in food, weave their own cloth from cotton and eschew the glittering prizes that the 20thcentury so temptingly offers. Such an idyllic and rural paradise did not appear to those who inherited the reins of political power.
1.The meaning of 'glittering prizes that the 20thcentury so temptingly offers is
a.the pursuit of a commercialized material culture
b.replacement of rural by urban interests
c.complete removal of poverty
d.an absence of violence and corruption
2. The basis of 'an idyllic and rural paradise' is
a.the rapid industrialization of villages
b.self-sufficiency in food clothes and simplicity of the lifestyle
c.bringing to the villages the glittering prizes of the 20th-century
d.supporting those holdings powerful political positions
3. Mahatma Gandhi's views opposed industrialization of villages because
a.it would help the poor and not the rich
b.it would take away the skill of the villagers
c.it would affect the culture of the Indians
d.it would undermine self-sufficiency and destroy the beauty of a life of the villager
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