English Grammar MCQ-4

Directions (Q. No. 1 – 10): Out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/ sentence.
1. Succession of rulers belonging to one family:

(A) Dynasty
(B) Lineage
(C) Ancestry
(D) Progeny

2. To cut something into two pieces:

(A) Severe
(B) Sever
(C) Sewer
(D) Sow

3. Flat metal or Porcelain plate fixed on a wall as an ornament or memorial:

(A) Tabloid
(B) Poster
(C) Board
(D) Plaque

4. Act of deceiving somebody in order to make money:

(A) Fraud
(B) Robbery
(C) Pickpocket
(D) Theft

5. A short poem or speech addressed to the spectators after the conclusion of a drama:

(A) Prologue
(B) Dialogue
(C) Epilogue
(D) Monologue

6. Capable of being understood in either of two or more possible senses, and therefore not definite:

(A) Amphibious
(B) Ambiguous
(C) Amorphous
(D) Confusing

7. A person who is unable to pay his debts:

(A) Solvent
(B) Banker
(C) Insolvent
(D) Lender

8. Anything which is no longer in use:

(A) Obscure
(B) Obsolete
(C) Pristine
(D) Lapsed

9. A person coming to a foreign land to settle there:

(A) Immigrant
(B) Emigrant
(C) Tourist
(D) Settler

10. Something capable of being done:

(A) Probable
(B) Feasible
(C) Tenable
(D) Explicable