Tnpsc Group 4 2016 general english question paper detailed explanation shortcuts
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Qn.1: Match the underlined words with their parts of speech.
- He walks quickly 1. Subject
- Reena taught him Hindi 2. Object
- Rani ate ice cream 3. Verb
- Radha is a doctor 4. Compliment
- 3 1 2 4
- 1 2 3 4
- 4 1 2 3
- 2 1 4 3
- Here walks is a verb. It is nothing but, he is doing some action.
- Reena taught him Hindi. Reena is a Name. The Sentence speaks about Reena. So it is represents as Subject.
- Rani ate ice cream. Here Object is ice cream. Because, it is a thing or food.
- Radha is a Doctor. Doctor is a compliment here. It represents Radha’s profession. All these come under parts of speech.
Second question from preposition, before answering know all meaning of words such as behind, near, into, upto, beside, alone, etc.
Qn.2: ____ the cupboard, very ____the wall, there is a narrow gap, _____which a few charts have been kept.
- Into, behind, near
- Behind, near, into
- Into, near, behind
- near, behind, into
Qn.3: Identify the sentence pattern:
One of the boys had been singing well.
- SVC b) SVOC c) SVA d) SV IO DO
One of the boys is a Subject, it speaks about one particular boy.
Had been singing – represents Verb ( Action is singing)
Well – additional word which represents Adjunct. It gives added credit to the phrase.
Qn.4: Which of the following phrasal verbs suits the given sentence?
________your bad habits.
- Get back b) give in c) give up d) get on
Ans: Give up.
Explanation: It mean, “ Leave”.
Here Leave your bad habits is an exact meaning.
Qn.5: Identify the incorrect sentence from the following:
- Apples are not so sweet as Mangoes
- Mangoes are sweeter than apples.
- Japanese are the industrious people in the world.
- Gold is costlier than Silver.
Aspirants, this question was asked in previous exam. They like to confuse you by this question. If you check on closely 2 sentences are exact natural fact. Another one is absolutely wrong which was framed as real fact. First 2 sentences gives same meaning and exact fact. Mangoes is sweet than apples. The last sentence is also gives exact fact that Gold is always costlier than Silver. So obviously, C is Answer.
Qn:6: Find out the correct sentence
- One of the bicycle is defective
- One of the bicycles is defective
- One of the bicycle are defective
- One of the bicycle was defective
Explanation: Among many bicycle, only one bicycle is defective. So bicycle should be in plural. So B is Answer.
Qn.7: Find out the correct question tag:
“She goes to School by Van”
- Is she?
- Aren’t they?
- Are they?
- Doesn’t she?
Explanation: The Pronoun should be used at last of the sentence of every question tag. Here 2 option ends up with “ She” as pronoun. The above sentence is positive. The Question tag must be ends up with negative. So doesn’t she? is a correct tag.
Qn.8: Which of the following sentence is wrong?
- Dad polished his shoes yesterday
- Subhash has cut the vegetables just now.
- The Police have catch the motorcyclist for speeding
- The Ripe fruit has fallen from the tree
Option a,b&d make sense than C. SO Answer is C.
Qn.9: Choose the correct synonyms of the underlined word.
Siva Subramania Iyer’s wife was very conservative.
Explanation: Another meaning for conservative is Traditional. U Can check the exact word in ‘APJ Abdul Kalam’ lesson.
Qn.10: What is “Possessive Adjective”?
- They answer the question which
- They answer to the question whose
- They answer the question how many
- They answer the question how much
Explanation: It is a type of pronoun. A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun. Out of 4 options, second option is correct. Here “Whose” is a pronoun. So it is also represents as Possessive adjective.
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