PSA Quiz (English)
Q1: The hypocritical minister spoke about the need to save diesel, but drove around in a big SUV. 'Hyocritical' stands for ______________.
(a) highly moral
(b) non sincere
Q2: She has an insatiable love for dancing. 'insatiable' stands for ____________
Q3: Impossible is related to Feasible in the same way Theoretical is related to ____________
Q4: Testimony is to prejury as
(a) crime is to implication
(b) property is to vandalism
(c) reputation is to testify
(d) cheating is to malpractice
Q5: Reading : Knowledge :: Work : ?
Q6: Errata : Books :: Flaws : ?
Q7: I think you are talking apples and oranges and I don't think you can consider it an urban issue. 'Apple and oranges" means ________.
(a) comparing completely different things
(b) comparing very similar things
(c) selling and buying fruits
(d) talking unnecessarily
Q8: The Britishers had been ipso facto the real rulers of our country. 'Ipso facto' means ______.
(a) in fact
(b) by the law
Q9: The popularity of yesteryear's' superstars is on the wane. "On the wane" here means ______.
(a) at its peak
(c) growing more
Q10: I am a god fearing person. I will lay my cards on the table. "Lay my cards" here means ______.
(a) showing your play cards and end the game.
(b) bluffing in a game
(c) telling truth about your feelings.
Q11: One who is new to a profession is called _________
Q12: Who is the most indispencible player in our cricket team? The correct spelling of 'indispencible' is __________.
1: (b) non sincere
2: (a) unquenchable
3: (d) Practical
4: (b) property is to vandalism
5: (a) Experience
6: (d) Metals
7: (a) comparing completely different things
8: (a) in fact
9: (b) declining
10: (c) telling truth about your feelings.
11: (d) novice
12: (c) indispensable