Use of English | Study Mode

Join Discuss Share to WhatsApp
Question 611
A
could
B
would
C
can
D
will
Explanation

Explanation not provided, please join discuss, your contributions are welcomed


Correct option: B
Join Discuss Share to WhatsApp
Question 612
A
man
B
men
C
inhabitants
D
individuals
Explanation

Explanation not provided, please join discuss, your contributions are welcomed


Correct option: A
Join Discuss Share to WhatsApp
Question 613
A
the problem is
B
is your problem
C
the problem was
D
is the problem
Explanation

Explanation not provided, please join discuss, your contributions are welcomed


Correct option: C
Join Discuss Share to WhatsApp
Question 614
A
elitist
B
elite
C
elites
D
elitists
Explanation

Explanation not provided, please join discuss, your contributions are welcomed


Correct option: C
Join Discuss Share to WhatsApp
Question 615
A
were / were
B
was / was
C
were/ was
D
was /were
Explanation

Explanation not provided, please join discuss, your contributions are welcomed


Correct option: C
Join Discuss Share to WhatsApp
Question 616
A
woman occupants
B
women's occupants
C
woman's occupants
D
women occupants
Explanation

Explanation not provided, please join discuss, your contributions are welcomed


Correct option: D
Join Discuss Share to WhatsApp
Question 617
A
in their own hands
B
into their own hands
C
into their hands
D
in their hands
Explanation

Explanation not provided, please join discuss, your contributions are welcomed


Correct option: B
Join Discuss Share to WhatsApp
Question 618
A
determinant
B
determinate
C
determining
D
determinable
Explanation

Explanation not provided, please join discuss, your contributions are welcomed


Correct option: C
Join Discuss Share to WhatsApp
Question 619
A
Me too
B
Likewise myself
C
Me neither
D
I also
Explanation

''me neither'' is mostly used to assert or support a claim.

''A'' "I really don't care for strawberry ice cream." B: "Ugh, me neither!" A: "I wouldn't be caught dead wearing a dress like that." B: "Me neither."


Correct option: C
Join Discuss Share to WhatsApp
Question 620
A
have / has
B
have / have
C
has / has
D
has / have
Explanation

Have is both a verb and a nounused with a past participle to form the perfect, pluperfect, and future perfect tenses, and the conditional mood. In the the question, the verb ''attracted'' shows it's in past tense.

Has is a 3rd person singular present indicative of have.

it therefore safe to say; ''The quality of your questions which have always attracted attention has never been in doubt.'' is correct


Correct option: A

Try this quiz in in E-test/CBT Mode
switch to Use of English in CBT Mode

Previous Page Next Page
Question Map
Quiz link
Share Use of English with your audience
Share to WhatsApp CBT mode Study mode copy link
​​​Help keep QUIZZERWEB running! 
A donation makes a contribution towards the costs, the time and effort that's going on in building and improving this platform.