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Question 11
A
he had a large house, and you are welcome to the protection it offers
B
he have a large house, and i was welcome to the protection it offered
C
had a large house and he was welcomed to the protection it offers
D
he had a large house , and i was welcome to the protection it offered
E
he has a large house , and i am welcome to the protection it offers
Explanation

My uncle told me, 'I have a large house and you are welcome to the protection it offers'' this statement denotes that, '' her uncle has a house (present tense), and she is welcome to the (protection) solace it offers.


Correct option: E
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Question 12
A
perform adequately
B
torelate
C
accept
D
assess properly
E
manage
Explanation

cope with simply means (of a person) to deal effectively with something difficult.

to deal successfully with a difficult situation: Example

It must be really hard to cope with three young children and a job.

It's only been a year since he died - how's she coping?

He had so much pressure on him in his job that eventually he just couldn't cope.

Synonyms

contend, deal, manage

Manage as a verb has to do with, to succeed in doing or dealing with something, especially something difficult:


Correct option: E
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Question 13
A
confirming looks
B
suspicious marks
C
revealing marks
D
signifying marks
Explanation

tell-tale signs: Something that indicates or reveals information; a sign.


Correct option: C
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Question 14
A
spendthrifts
B
spenders
C
hoarders
D
savers
Explanation

miser is a person who hoards wealth and spends as little money as possible.

"a typical miser, he hid his money in the house in various places"

synonyms:

penny-pincher pinchpenny niggard cheese-parer Scrooge hoarder saver

the opposite of a miser is a spender which refers to a person who spends money in a specified manner.Synonyms: spend, disburse, expend


Correct option: B
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Question 15
A
good spirits
B
good spirit
C
high spirit
D
high spirits
Explanation

If someone is in highspirits, they areextremelyhappyand having a goodtime:

They'd had a coupleofdrinksand wereinhighspirits.

Synonym

elation


Correct option: D
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Question 16
A
indisciplined
B
undisciplined
C
undiscipled
D
disciplinary
Explanation

undisciplined means they have not been disciplined at all. Indisciplined means they have not been properly / suffiently disciplined.

INDISCIPLINED is therefore correct because, the school had suspended (not expelled) the student for not being disciplined enough. (that means, they would be given a second chance when they are willing to be fully disciplined.)


Correct option: A
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Question 17
A
had/their
B
has/his
C
have/their
D
had/his
Explanation

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Correct option: A
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Question 18
A
layed
B
laid
C
lied
D
lay
Explanation

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Correct option: B
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Question 19
A
included
B
include
C
were included
D
was including
Explanation

included is an adjective used when refering to part of a whole being considered.


Correct option: A
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Question 20
A

The fact that Musa is out of hospital cause great wonder

B

The fact that Musa is out of hospital is a miracle

C

It is surprising that Musa is out of hospital

D

It is very pleasing that Musa is out of hospital

Explanation

wonderful means inspiring delight, pleasure, or admiration; extremely good; marvellous


Correct option: D

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