Monday, 25 August 2014

Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant Solved Paper 27-04-2014 - Part 4

Directions: Identify the incorrect singular forms among the followings.
61.       Identify the incorrect plural forms among the followings:
(A) Steps-daughter      (B) Daughters-in-law
(C) Potatoes                 (D) Calves
62.       If “Lives” is plural form of noun, then what is its singular form:
(A) Live              (B) Life
(C) Lively           (D) None of the above is correct
Directions: The following sentence has been given in present perfect tense in passive voice. Transform the sentence in Present Indefinite tense in active voice and mark your answer accordingly.
63.       Crops have been destroyed by floods.
(A) Crops are destroyed by floods.
(B) Crops are being destroyed by floods.
(C) Floods destroy crops.
(D) Crops have been destroying by floods.
Directions: Change the following singular noun into its correct plural form.
64.       Sheaf
(A) Sheaves     (B) Sheef
(C) Sheafs        (D) Sheafes
Directions: Change the following sentence given in Direct speech into Indirect speech and mark correct and choosing from options given.
65.       Ram said, ”The horse died in the night.”
(A) Ram said that the horse died in the night.
(B) Ram said that the horse had died in the night
(C) Ram said that the horse was died in the night
(D) Ram said that the horse was dead in the night
66.       The prince said, “It gives me great pleasure to be there this evening.”
(A) The prince said that it gives him great pleasure to be there this evening.
(B) The prince said that it gave him great pleasure to be there this evening.
(C) The prince said that it gives him great pleasure to be there that evening.
(D) The prince said that it gave him great pleasure to be there that evening.
Directions: Change the following sentence given in indirect speech into direct speech and mark correct and choosing from options given.
67.       He said that he had to go home at once.
(A) He said, “I must go home at once.”
(B) He said: “I may go home at once”
(C) He said: “I might go home at once”
(D) He said, “I would go home at once.”
68.       “Would you mind passing the salt?” I said to him:
(A) I asked to him if he would mind passing the salt
(B) I ordered him if he will mind passing the salt
(C) I asked him if he will mind passing the salt
(D) I asked if he would mind passing the salt
Directions: Identify the tense in the following sentence.
69.       I had never been visited by him before:
(A) Past perfect tense
(B) Past perfect continuous tense
(C) Past indefinite tense
(D) Past continuous tense
Directions: (Question No.70 & 71) Pick the choice closest to the meaning of the word given in capital.
70.    FULGENT:
(A) Dizzy           (B) Empty
(C) Diverse       (D) Shining

71.    GREGARIOUS:
(A) Sociable      (B) Angry
(C) Lonely         (D) Handy
Directions: (Questions No.72 & 73) Against each key word are given four suggested meanings. Choose the word or phrase which is opposite in meaning to the key word.
72.    FABLE:
(A) Myth                         (B) Truth
(C) To speak falsely    (D) Fabricate
73.    EUPHONIOUS:
(A) Strident       (B) Lethargic
(C) Literary        (D) Significant
Directions: In the following question four sentences have been given. Out of the four options given one is grammatically incorrect. Identify the one and mark your answer.
74.     
(A) She seems sad
(B) He has a cellular phone
(C) These grapes are tasting sour
(D) I think you are wrong
Directions: Use correct tense and fill in the blank to make the correct sentence.
75.    He …………. to Kolkata yesterday.
(A) went                         (B) has gone
(C) will be going          (D) was gone
Part-D (Reasoning and Analytical ability)
Directions: (Question No.76 to 79) Complete the following series.
76.    AZBZ_ABA_A_B_BA
(A) AZBZ           (B) BZAZ
(C) BZZZ           (D) ZAZZ
77.    2398, 23_9, _983, 28_3, _
(A) 2893                        (B) 8292
(C) 9282                        (D) None of these
78.    3, _, 17, 24, 31, _, 45, _
(A) 10,36,50      (B) 10,37,56
(C) 10,38,52      (D) None of these
79.    1331, ----, 3375, 4913, ----, 9261
(A) 2197,6859              (B) 2197,6589
(C) 2179,6589              (D) 2917,6958
80.    If OPTIONAL is written as ITPOLANO how is PRACTICE written in that code?
(A) RPACITEC             (B) CARPECIT
(C) CRAPECTI             (D) CRAPEICT


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