Tnpsc General English Online Model Test 5

General English Online Model Test 5

Congratulations - you have completed General English Online Model Test 5. You scored %%SCORE%% out of %%TOTAL%%. Your performance has been rated as %%RATING%%
Your answers are highlighted below.
Question 1
Identify the figure of speech used in the given lines.  “He steps back, surveys with close scrutiny, than sharp critical galare”
A
Metaphor
B
Oxymoran
C
Alliteration
D
Simile
Question 2
A  close  friend  remembers  that  Chawla  often  space about travelling to ____
A
Venus
B
Mars
C
Jupiter
D
Saturn
Question 3
Identify the famous quotation + who said? “The heights by great men reached and kept Were not attained by sudden flights”
A
H.W. Longfellow
B
Gandhi
C
Kalpana Chawla
D
Neil Armstrong
Question 4
World’s __________ November 3, 1957 artificial space satellite + sputnik+2 on
A
First
B
Second
C
Third
D
Fourth
Question 5
The first Indian Cosmonaut (Rakeshsharma) became the _______man into space
A
135th
B
136th
C
137th
D
138th
Question 6
Rakesh Sharma was launched along with Two other soviet cosmonauts aboard_________ on 2nd April, 1984
A
Soyuz+11
B
Soyuz+B11
C
Soyuz T+11
D
Soyuz T+17
Question 7
And hymns in the casy parlour, the tinkling piano our guide” The figure of speech employed here is
A
Metaphor
B
onomatoepia
C
oxymoran
D
Anaphora
Question 8
O captain! My captain! Our fearful trip is done The fearful trip refers to________
A
Journey of war
B
The end of civil war
C
An adventurous voyage
D
The death of the captain
Question 9
‘It’ in the following lines stand for________ “O, no! it is an ever fined mark, That looks on tempests and is never shaken
A
love
B
light
C
Time
D
storm
Question 10
The reddest flower would looks as pale as snow. The poet compares the flowers to
A
pale
B
red
C
children
D
snow
Question 11
In spite of my self, the indices mastery of song Betrays me back, till the heart of me weeps to belong In which poem do these lines occur?
A
Migrant bird
B
Manliness
C
My grandmother’s house
D
piano
Question 12
Choose the correct passive voice of the following sentence: post this letter
A
The letter has no post
B
let this letter be posted
C
this letter will be posted
D
you should post this letter
Question 13
Fill in the blank with a suitable preposition Everyone laughed________ him
A
on
B
at
C
about
D
by
Question 14
The nationality of the author of The lottery ticket is
A
Russian
B
Scandinavian
C
American
D
German
Question 15
“spring has forgetten this” They cried The word “they” in Oscar wilde’s “The selfish giant” refers to_______
A
The snow & the frost
B
Frost and hail
C
the children
D
the birds & the flowers
Question 16
If this be error and upon me prov’d I never writ, nor no man ever lov’d -  who is the poet?
A
Keats
B
Wordsworth
C
Robert Frost
D
Shakespeare
Question 17
Choose the correct active sentence given below He awarded a price by the government
A
The government will award him a prize
B
The government will be awarding him a prize
C
The government have to award him prize
D
The government awarded him a prize
Question 18
Identify the complex sentence
A
I didn’t get up early so I missed the bus
B
It is rains the match will be postponed
C
This mango is too sour to eat
D
Balu goes to school but his sister stays at home
Question 19
The hunger and the mortal strife for bread old age and youth alike mistaught. The word strife means
A
flight
B
struggle
C
quarrel
D
riot
Question 20
On the day of Sicilian July, with Etna Smoking, what is ‘Etna’?
A
an earth quake
B
a tsunami effect
C
a tempest
D
a volcanic mountain
Question 21
“I mark’d” where on a little promontory it stood is isolated ‘It’ here stands for
A
The poet
B
The web
C
The spider
D
a raised land
Question 22
In which poem, does the following line occur? “Was it cowardice, that I dared not kill him”?
A
The nation united
B
The man he killed
C
snake
D
Migrant bird
Question 23
Form a new word by blending the words splash + spatter
A
Splutter
B
Splatter
C
platter
D
none
Question 24
Identify the “figure of speech” employed in the given lines Have you noticed how some people, may seem plain as plain can be?
A
Metaphor
B
personification
C
simile
D
none of these
Question 25
Select the plural form of “Alumna”
A
alumnae
B
alumnea
C
alumini
D
aluminis
Question 26
Name the poem in which the following lines appear And let the guerdon of my labour be My fallen country! One kind wish from you
A
To India my native land
B
No men are foreign
C
You can’t be that, no you can’t be that
D
foot mints
Question 27
The mechanic tried to fin the broken____only in____
A
wane and vain
B
wane and vane
C
vane and wain
D
vane and vain
Question 28
“A new discovered TreasureH..” The fig of speech employed in this lines is_______
A
smile
B
oxymoron
C
personification
D
transferred epithet
Question 29
In which poem does the following line occur I’ll be full of rooks, crannies, valley and fountains
A
My grandmother’s house
B
No men are foreign
C
You can’t be that, no you can’t be that
D
Don’t quit
Question 30
Identify the poetic line that differs in figure speech from the other lines
A
speech that came like lech craft
B
still like muffled drums are beating
C
life is but an empty dream
D
As humble plants by country hedge gross growing
Question 31
Exult, o shores! And ring, o bells! These lines are taken from the poem
A
O captain! My captain
B
Be the best
C
Is life but a dream
D
Solitary Reaper
Question 32
You’ve fallen cold and dead
A
O captain! My captain
B
Be the best
C
Is life but a dream
D
Solitary Reaper
Question 33
Be’ a scrub in the valley
A
O captain! My captain
B
Be the best
C
Is life but a dream
D
Solitary Reaper
Question 34
There is something for all of us here
A
O captain! My captain
B
Be the best
C
Is life but a dream
D
Solitary Reaper
Question 35
Never seen by waking eyes
A
O captain! My captain
B
Be the best
C
Is life but a dream
D
Solitary Reaper
Question 36
Stop here, or gently pass!
A
O captain! My captain
B
Be the best
C
Is life but a dream
D
Solitary Reaper
Question 37
Holiday is written by_______
A
Rabindranath Tagore
B
O. Henry
C
Guy de Maupassant
D
Oscar wilde
Question 38
Every living thing is written by__________
A
Pudumaippittan
B
James Herriot
C
Sundara Ramaswamy
D
Jack Preltsky
Question 39
Who has four sons in the farmer lesson
A
Kuttichovan
B
Kutty mapila
C
Outhakutty
D
Kesavan Nair
Question 40
Bushel is a unit of measuring grain equal to_______
A
8 kg
B
6 gallons
C
6 kg
D
8 gallons
Question 41
Thakazhi Sivasankaran pillai wrote over_______novals
A
35
B
25
C
20
D
30
Question 42
Parched means____
A
flood
B
winter
C
dry
D
summer
Question 43
The helping hand is written by
A
K.V. Renganathan
B
S. Muthukrishnan
C
E.M. Forster
D
Nirmala Jairaj
Question 44
The road to success is extracted from_____
A
India 2020
B
Dale Carnegie
C
If
D
Merchant of venice
Question 45
Which is 1st vision
A
Freedom of India
B
Developed India
C
Beyond 2020
D
Women empowerment
Question 46
Vision for the nation is edited by________
A
K.V. Renganathan
B
S. Muthukrishnan
C
Nirmala Jairaj
D
S. Kumaresan
Question 47
The farmer is edited by____
A
K.V. Renganathan
B
S. Muthukrishnan
C
Nirmala Jairaj
D
V.K. Gokak
Question 48
The author of reflowering
A
Sundara Ramaswamy
B
Pudumaipittan
C
Nirmala Jairaj
D
S. Muthukrishnan
Question 49
Enhanced means
A
increased
B
most favour
C
soul
D
determined
Question 50
“Why don’t we cut open breaches on the bunds at night and divert the water back to the other fields?” is said by
A
Kesavan Nair
B
Kuttychovan
C
Kutty Mapila
D
Othakutty
Once you are finished, click the button below. Any items you have not completed will be marked incorrect. Get Results
There are 50 questions to complete.