Fill in the Blanks MCQ-1

Directions (Q.1 -10 ): In each of these questions two sentences (I) and (II) are given. Each sentence has a blank in it. Five words a), b), c),d) and e) are suggested. Out of these, only one fits at both places in the context of each sentence.
QuestionsNo:1
I. I bitterly …… your criticism.
II. Does she …… my being here?

(A) appreciate
(B) resent
(C) accept
(D) admire
(E) recognize

QuestionsNo:2
I. Smoke …… up the chimney.
II. He …… the wine (round) in her glass.
(A) came
(B) whirled
(C) swirled
(D) moved
(E) shook

QuestionsNo:3
I. The street lights come on at …… and go off at dawn.
II. …… was falling, so they went in.
(A) morning
(B) husk
(C) musk
(D) dusk
(E) window

QuestionsNo:4
I. The flight of the refugees aroused our …..
II. Out of …… he helped the stranger.
(A) anger
(B) fear
(C) tension
(D) sentiment
(E) compassion

QuestionsNo:5
I. Their …… son can play the piano at the age of five years.
II. He displayed a ….. talent for computing.
(A) precocious
(B) precedent
(C) prank
(D) proud
(E) precarious

QuestionsNo:6
I. The performance was …….
II. His ….. manners are liked by his friends.
(A) lively
(B) proudly
(C) delicate
(D) stubborn
(E) emulating

QuestionsNo:7
I. The programme was ……
II. The ……. beauty of the queen is enchanting.
(A) garrulous
(B) fascinating
(C) projecting
(D) frivolous
(E) creative

QuestionsNo:8
I. We …… him with greater veneration.
II. The banks may not …… the cheque.
(A) praise
(B) associate
(C) honour
(D) regard
(E) welcome

QuestionsNo:9
I. His name is on the …….
II. A …… has been formed to deal with the situation.
(A) school
(B) firm
(C) project
(D) committee
(E) delegation

QuestionsNo:10
I. Consumers must know the …… of the product.
II. You have to explain the ……. not the uselessness.
(A) condition
(B) spread
(C) development
(D) structure
(E) utility