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Sentence Completion MCQs for FPSC, PPSC, Screening Test by Sir Syed Kazim Ali

Sentence Completion MCQs by Sir Syed Kazim Ali

Sentence Completion MCQs for FPSC, PPSC, NTS, BPSC, SPSC, KPPSC, GBPSC, AJKPSC, Screening Tests, GAT, GMAT, SAT, GRE, NMDCAT, PMA, PAF by Sir Syed Kazim Ali | Most Important Sentence Completion MCQs by Sir Syed Kazim Ali

Sentence completion MCQs have been a favourite area for the paper setter of commission exams, such as FPSC, PPSC, SPSC, BPSC, KKPSC, AJKPSC, NTS, PTS, OTS and all screening tests (KPK PMS Screening, CCE PMS Screening, etc.). MCQs related to sentence completion have been most of the time included in the 100 marks paper, for BPS 11 to BPS 18, for the posts of District Food Controller, AD Anti-Corruption, Excise and Taxation Inspector, Inspector Police/Anti-corruption, Tehsildar, Naib Tehsildar, AD ANF /FIA/IB/ NAB/ISI/Passport/CAA, Civil Judge Exam, Labour Officer and Labour Inspector, Deputy Superintendent Jail, District Zakat Officer, Ministries, Junior clerks Banks etc. It has been noticed that millions of students remain unable to attempt sentence completion MCQs. Sir Syed Kazim Ali has taught how to solve sentence completion MCQs in his lectures to One Paper Commission, CSS, PMS, PMA, GAT, SAT, GMAT students. Now, to help his students and other millions of screening test and one paper MCQs students, he has created and gathered the most important and most repeated MCQs with their explanatory answers. Students can read Sentence Completion MCQs here and practice them at Howfiv anytime they want.

These Sentence Completion MCQs are best for the following types of tests:

Deputy Director, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA)Inspector Customs, (FBR)
Assistant Director Investigation (AD – FIA)Intelligence Officer (FBR)
Assistant Director Legal (AD Legal – FIA)Preventive Officer (FBR)
Inspector Investigation (FIA)Appraising/Valuation Officer (FBR)
Assistant Director, Ministry of Defense (AD – MOD)Police Inspector (Railway)
Junior Admin Officer (MOD)Sub-Inspector (Railway)
Civilian Labor Officer (MOD)Assistant Director, Ministry of Communications
Deputy Director, Intelligence Bureau (I.B)Assistant Director, Ministry of Overseas & Human Resources
Assistant Director (I.B)Assistant Director in Federal Secretariat
Inspector (I.B)Assistant Director in Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Deputy Director of National Accountability Bureau (NAB)Assistant Director in Interior Ministry
Assistant Director, National Accountability Bureau (NAB)Assistant Director in the Ministry of Finance
Investigation Officer (NAB)Assistant Director in Cabinet Division
Junior Investigation Officer (NAB)Assistant Director in Economic Division
Assistant (NAB)Assistant Director in Ports & Shipping
Assistant Director Anti-CorruptionAssistant Director LDA/MDA
Assistant Director PassportAssistant Private Secretary
Assistant Superintendent Jail Assistant Director in Establishment Division
Deputy Superintendent Jail Research Officer in Planning and Development
Assistant Director of Land RecordsResearch Officer in Senate
ASI Police & S.I PoliceResearch Officer in the National Assembly
Assistant Food ControllerSupervisor in Food Department 
Civil Judges Exams Assistant Director, Airport Security Force (ASF)
Tehsildar & Naib-Tehsildar ExamsAssistant Security Officer (ASF)
Assistant Registrar CooperativeDeputy Assistant Officer (ASF)
Labour Officer & Labour InspectorInspector (ASF)
Assistant Director, Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF)Inspector (ANF)
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Sentence Completion MCQs

1- The Pakistani soldiers were instructed to _______ restraint and handle the situation peacefully.

  • Exercise
  • Control
  • Prevent
  • Enforce

2- Begum Rana Liaquat Ali Khan was one of the chief _______ of women’s rights.

  • Promoters
  • Facilitators
  • Protagonists
  • Organizers

3- His both younger brothers look so _______ that it is difficult to tell one from the other.

  • Same
  • Similar
  • Identical
  • Alike

4- Her actions had _______ pain and suffering on thousands of people.

  • Deplored
  • Eliminated
  • Affected
  • Inflicted

5- Sir Syed Kazim Ali has good _______ over the English language.

  • Authority
  • Expertise
  • Hold
  • Command

6- Every day in school, one period must be _______ to games, sports and physical exercise.

  • Entrusted
  • Dedicated
  • Conceded
  • Devoted

7- Sometimes, some people _______ themselves into believing that they are indispensable to the organization they work for.

  • Keep
  • Fool
  • Force
  • Denigrate

8- Once in Lahore, my car was ­­­­_______ the traffic and the policeman asked me to move off.

  • Failing
  • Obstructing
  • Obviating
  • Hiding

9- For a few seconds, I became _______ blinded by the powerful lights of the oncoming car.

  • Heavily
  • Largely
  • Greatly
  • Totally

10- The police have _______ a complaint against ten persons.

  • Entered
  • Lodged
  • Registered
  • Noted

11- He is too _______ to be deceived easily.

  • Strong
  • Modern
  • Intelligent
  • Honest

12- Many a fighter plane of the Second World War have long been completely _______

  • Old
  • Aged
  • Ancient
  • Obsolete

13- I will be leaving for Multan tonight and _______ to return by this weekend.

  • Waiting
  • Plan
  • Going
  • Likely

14- Nimra’s behavior is worthy of _______ by all the youngsters.

  • Trial
  • Emulation
  • Following
  • Exploration

15- The presence of their teacher, Sir Syed Kazim Ali _______ the chit-chat of the CSS, PMS aspirants in the restaurant.

  • Limited
  • Interrupted
  • Inhibited
  • Obstructed

16- The ______ with which she can use the paintbrush is remarkable.

  • Ease
  • Sweep
  • Skill
  • Majesty

17- The accused ______ to the judge for mercy.

  • Asked
  • Applied
  • Demanded
  • Appealed

18- Real competitive students are genuinely very efficient in ______ their tasks.

  • Making
  • Attaining
  • Achieving
  • Accomplishing

19- Do you know, forests, on the whole, are less ______ than farms to flood damage?

  • Exposed
  • Affected
  • Destroyed
  • Vulnerable

20- Mutahar’s logic ______ all the students in my class, including the experts.

  • Teased
  • Defied
  • Surprised 
  • Cofounded

21- One must ______ one’s career with all seriousness.

  • Direct
  • Complete
  • Pursue
  • Manage

22- The political workers ______ the death of their leader by keeping all the shops closed.

  • Announced
  • Protested
  • Mourned
  • Consoled
  • Avenged

23- These medicines are ______ for curing a cold.

  • Proper
  • Real
  • Effected
  • Capable

24- After discussing the matter for about an hour, the jury ______ without having reached any decision.

  • Dispersed
  • Dissolved
  • Postponed
  • Adjourned

25- The unruly behaviour of the quarrelling children ______ their parents.

  • Tempered
  • Incensed
  • Aggrieved
  • Clashed

26- Even in today’s modern society, people ______ some deities to bring rains.

  • Provoke
  • Evoke
  • Appeal
  • Propitiate

27- His companions prevailed upon him not to ______ to violence.

  • Refer
  • Resort
  • Prone
  • Provoke

28- I request her to ______ her crime.

  • Apologize
  • Agree
  • Confess
  • Pardon

29- The payment was ______ delayed this time because some of the supporting documents for the claim were missing.

  • Unduly
  • Unjustifiably
  • Unforeseenly
  • Undeservedly

30- The prisoner was released on ______ for good behaviour.

  • Probation
  • Bail
  • Parole
  • Grounds

31- The library expects you to return every book that you have ______.

  • Demanded
  • Taken 
  • Lent
  • Handed

32- The current ______ in global negotiations over the ban on the nuclear test does not augur well for the future.

  • Moratorium
  • Controversy
  • Insight
  • Stalemate

33- The children ______ crackers to celebrate the victory of their team.

  • Burst
  • Fired
  • Shot
  • Broke

34- The audience _______ at the end of the movie.

  • Appreciated
  • Praised
  • Appraised
  • Applauded

35- Alia has not yet attained the age of 18. She has, therefore, no _______ to vote in this section.

  • Claim
  • Authority
  • Power
  • Right

36- We are _______ forward to our picnic scheduled in the next week.

  • Seeing
  • Going
  • Looking
  • Planning

37- My brother keeps all his _______ papers in a lock and key.

  • Required
  • Necessary
  • Useful
  • Confidential

38- Everyone knows that Mureed is not _______ to hard work.

  • Trained
  • Accustomed
  • Willing
  • Suitable

39- Mr. Waqar made a slight _______ of judgment for which he had to repent later.

  • Error 
  • Slip
  • Mistake
  • Blunder

40- Haseeb, my friend, has _______ people visiting him at his house because he fears it will cause discomfort to his neighbours.

  • Curtailed
  • Requested
  • Stopped
  • Warned

41- The defending champion, Ali Raza, justified his top _______ by clinching the title.

  • Skill
  • Form
  • Technique
  • Supremacy

42- A good teacher always _______ his students on subjects, like health and sanitation besides the usual topics.

  • Learns
  • Teaches
  • Insists
  • Educates

43- Mr. Shahzad applied for and was _______ legal aid by the Labor Ministry.

  • Offered
  • Granted
  • Allowed
  • Awarded

44- A glue produced by bees to _______ their hives appears to contain antibiotic substances.

  • Collect
  • Design
  • Build
  • Decorate

45- We wanted to have a _______ of flats on a rental basis.

  • Block
  • Pack
  • Set
  • Conclave

45- I can _______ that you have to qualify for the CSS exam.

  • Learn
  • Think
  • Predict
  • Understand

46- Only those who have got their paragraphs evaluated are _______ to start learning CSS, PMS English essay and precis papers.

  • Elected
  • Legible
  • Eligible
  • Forced

47- How much did it _______ to reach Multan by car?

  • Charge
  • Price
  • Cost
  • Estimate

48- Since Shahid stays far away from my place, we do not meet each other _______.

  • Timely
  • Rarely
  • Shortly
  • Frequently

49- The crooks did not _______ any resistance.

  • Put
  • Show
  • Offer
  • Exert

50- After reaching New York, Ali will have to _______ himself to the new surroundings.

  • Mix
  • Develop
  • Submit
  • Adapt

51- There is no doubt that one has to keep _______ with the changing times.

  • Aside
  • Oneself
  • Pace
  • Himself

52- Kamal’s friends had nothing to offer him other than _______ in his grief.

  • Friendship
  • Kindness
  • Solution
  • Consolation

53- Robbers often act in _______ with the police.

  • Connection
  • Conformity
  • Collusion
  • Co-ordination

54- You need _______ shoes for walking in the hills.

  • Good
  • Comfortable
  • Satisfactory
  • Sturdy

55- In a little-publicized deal, Pepsi Cola has _______ the entire soft drink market in Afghanistan.

  • Conquered
  • Swallowed
  • Captured
  • Occupied

56- Alia _______ of a girl I used to know.

  • Remembers
  • Recalls
  • Recollects
  • Reminds

57- The steam engine was _______ by James Watt.

  • Discovered
  • Manufactured
  • Created
  • Invented

58- Cholera was mainly _______ through contaminated food and drinks.

  • Conducted
  • Transferred
  • Circulated
  • Transmitted

59- My wife and I ______ her family members after expressing our grief at the tragedy.

  • Condoled
  • Satisfied
  • Mourned
  • Consoled

60- The English grammar blogs at CssPrepforum is a valuable ______ to our library.

  • Arrival
  • Discovery
  • Asset
  • Addition

61- No one likes to be forced into ______ situations.

  • Humble
  • Gentle
  • Humiliating
  • Infuriating

62- She was not willing to accept the ______.

  • Wrong
  • Blame
  • Fault
  • Sorry

63- A restaurant that presents spick and span look will naturally ______ more customers.

  • Accommodate
  • Invite
  • Avoid
  • Attract

64- Alia took his first salary to the bank to ______ it in his account.

  • Deposit
  • Deficit
  • Debit
  • Demote

65- When Mureed ______ he was guilty, he was pardoned.

  • Claimed
  • Boasted
  • Confessed
  • Confided

66- We must ______ the tickets for the movie in advance.

  • Draw
  • Buy
  • Remove
  • Take

67- One ______ and you know who among them is the culprit.

  • Look
  • Peep
  • Sight
  • Gaze

68- When Mr Akhtar returned, he gave his friends a short ______ of his holidays.

  • Story
  • Account
  • Tale
  • History

69- His death is a significant blow, most terrible to ______.

  • Bear
  • Imagine
  • Accept
  • Sustain

70- The little girl ______ for the light switch in the dark.

  • Groped (To search something blindly or uncertainly by feeling with the hands)
  • Grappled
  • Gripped
  • Groveled

71- The firm ______ its workers well.

  • Treated
  • Regarded
  • Behaved
  • Cared

72- He sold his property because he was under a lot of ______.

  • Account
  • Debt
  • Loan
  • credit

73- My boss ______ my request to increase my allowance.

  • Refused
  • Denied
  • Resisted
  • Withheld

74- Waking at four o’clock, I heard the ______ of thunder.

  • Clank
  • Crackle
  • Rumble (Resonant sound like distant thunder)
  • Ripple

75- He ______ all his energies to bear upon the task.

  • Brought
  • Devoted
  • Put
  • Organized

76- A cup of water was enough to ______ his thirst.

  • Satisfy
  • Appease
  • Quench (Satisfy) 
  • Extinguish

77- The lost child was ______ to his parents.

  • Restored
  • Sent
  • Dispatched
  • Returned

78- The boy made good ______ in his studies.

  • Progress
  • Development
  • Growth
  • Advancement

79- He tried to ______ himself against a horde of ruffians.

  • Save
  • Collect
  • Defend
  • Support

80- Handle with care, it is ______.

  • Agile
  • Volatile
  • Ductile
  • Fragile

81- We had a ______ warm weather in March.

  • Period
  • Phase
  • Time
  • Spell

82- Tension is likely to ______ in the Tribal Areas now.

  • Decline
  • Drop
  • Ease
  • Fall

83- The degrees were awarded in the annual ______.

  • Conference
  • Convention
  • Convolution
  • Convocation

84- Her parents will never give their ______ to such an unsuitable match.

  • Willingness
  • Agreement
  • Consent
  • Acquiescence

85- Planets move in elliptical ______ round the Sun.

  • Figures
  • Orbits
  • Shapes
  • Circles

86- We should always make a ______ selection of books.

  • Just
  • Judicial
  • Judicious
  • Justified

87- He is ______ for his evil deeds.

  • Notorious
  • Famous
  • Celebrated
  • Noted

88- The table drawer was ______ and could not be opened.

  • Barred
  • Fastened
  • Bound
  • Jammed

89- The children were eagerly waiting to eat a ______ cake.

  • Delicate
  • Dainty
  • Appetizing
  • Delicious

90- She is ______ for the final round of the competition.

  • Declared
  • Decided
  • Qualified
  • Superior

91- Have you heard the ______ news?

  • Late
  • Later
  • Latest
  • Latter

92- Burglary is a ______.

  • Evil
  • Sin
  • Vice
  • Crime

93- She was ______ with a serious crime.

  • Convicted
  • Accused
  • Condemned
  • Charged 

94- I ______ missed the train this morning as I got up late.

  • Quite
  • Scarcely
  • Narrowly (by only a small margin)
  • Hardly

95- Inflation will never be brought under control while prices continue to ______.

  • Mount
  • Fly
  • Ascend
  • Soar (To fly aloft or to sail or hover in the air often at a great height)

96- He offered a ______ of incentives to attract qualified people for the post.

  • Bundle
  • Assurance
  • Package
  • Gift

97- The point they are raising is not ______ to the subject.

  • Proper
  • Fit
  • Required
  • Pertinent

98- Nobody can devise a method, which ______ all possibility of error.

  • Ignores
  • Avoids
  • Excludes
  • Includes

99- The house is in a terrible state; the paint on the doors is ______ badly.

  • Flaking (To come or fall away from a surface in flakes)
  • Rotting
  • Eroding
  • Decaying

100- I had a ______ of warm weather in January.

  • Phase
  • Length
  • Spell 
  • Time

101- The landlord has threatened to ______ me if I do not vacate the house by next week.

  • Charge
  • Sue
  • Suspend
  • Accuse

102- Experts fail to understand the ______ behind the decision.

  • Ideology
  • Judgment
  • Politics
  • Rationale (A logical basis for a course of action or belief)

103- His brother-in-law ______ him up in business.

  • Made
  • Put
  • Built
  • Set

104- The firm is ______ heavy losses due to wrong policies.

  • Making
  • Maintaining
  • Incurring (To become subject to (something unwelcome or unpleasant) due to one’s behaviour or actions)
  • Reporting

105- Alia ______ a sum of Rs. four hundred out of the bank every Monday.

  • Extracts
  • Draws
  • Obtains
  • Pulls

106- Every person wishes to lead a ______ life.

  • Respected
  • Respectful
  • Respectable
  • Respective

107- You must ______ facts and not run away from the truth.

  • Realize
  • Notice
  • Face
  • Know

108- A real man always ______ all difficulties and hardships with a smile on his face.

  • Challenges
  • Embraces
  • Resists
  • Endures

109- He requested all his office ______ to join him at the party.

  • Comrades
  • Companions
  • Colleagues
  • Collaborators

110- I listened, but I had no idea what he was ______ about.

  • Saying
  • Telling
  • Talking
  • Discussing

111- He was able to ______ his small income by working in a hotel at night.

  • Amplify
  • Supplement (To add an extra element or amount to complete or enhance something)
  • Expand
  • Multiply

112- The river overflowed its ______ and flooded the area.

  • Banks
  • Limits
  • Edges
  • Fronts

113- A ______ of experts will answer questions.

  • Group
  • Staff
  • Band
  • Panel

114- Being well qualified, he has good ______ in the profession.

  • Prospectus
  • Perspectives
  • Prospects
  • Prospective

115- The ______ animal was on the lookout for food.

  • Uncivilized
  • Wild
  • Primitive
  • Savage

116- The brilliant students will be ______ scholarships.

  • Honoured
  • Awarded
  • Rewarded
  • Forwarded

116- The dictionary of a language ______ usage.

  • Prescribes
  • Describes
  • Decides
  • Imbibes

117- “Mind your own business”, he said ______.

  • Meekly
  • Heavily
  • Pointedly
  • Clumsily

118- One of the most ______ events in the history of Pakistan was the attainment of its freedom.

  • Effeminate
  • Epochal (Uniquely or highly significant)
  • Enterprising
  • Greatest

119- A stone that goes on rolling ______ no moss.

  • Gets
  • Accumulates
  • Collects
  • Gathers

120- Even after a lengthy discussion, the committee could not reach a ______ decision.

  • Cordial
  • Joint
  • Unanimous
  • Common

121- The doctor gave the girl a ______ to calm her down.

  • Tonic
  • Sedative
  • Antiseptic
  • Antidote

122- The naked human eye cannot ______ minute flaws in complicated mechanisms.

  • Understand
  • Detect
  • Comprehend
  • Visualize

123- We should not mix with those men who have an ______ reputation.

  • Unsafe
  • Unsavoury (Morally disreputable)
  • Unsteady
  • Unsanctified

124- All the refugees require ______.

  • Renovation
  • Recapitulation
  • Restoration
  • Rehabilitation

125- It would help if you had not ______ the offer made by the Chairman.

  • Refrained
  • Refuted
  • Refused
  • Refuged

126- The legislation was passed to punish brokers who ______ their clients’ funds.

  • Devour
  • Defalcate (To embezzle funds) 
  • Devastate
  • Embezzle

127- The figures were barely ______ in the dim light.

  • Obvious
  • Perceived
  • Perceptive (Having or showing sensitive insight)
  • Susceptible

128- The new Ambassador presented his ______ to the President at a formal ceremony.

  • Documents
  • Credentials
  • Papers
  • Testimonials

129- My mother always kept ______ cash for day-to-day expenses in the drawer.

  • Small
  • Running
  • Little
  • Petty

130- The whole lot of us ______ a sigh of relief when he finally emigrated to Canada.

  • Showed
  • Breathed
  • Heaved (To produce a sigh) 
  • Expressed

131- Life is to death as pleasure is to ______.

  • Suffering
  • Pain
  • Poverty
  • Anguish

132- A bad workman always ______ with his tools.

  • Plays
  • Works
  • Quarrels
  • Fights

133- The reason is the highest faculty ______ on man by his creator.

  • Entrusted
  • Endowed
  • Bestowed
  • Conferred

134- A speedy response is made with ______.

  • Surmise
  • Alacrity (Readiness)
  • Grimaces
  • Fear

135- Man must ______ now to stop pollution.

  • Act
  • Operate
  • Behave
  • Perform

136- My friend always ______ people who are good at sports.

  • Supports
  • Admires
  • Attracts
  • Appeals

137- He wanted to help ______ poverty.

  • Diminish
  • Reduce
  • Dwindle
  • Deplete

138- A ______ thief was caught by the police last night.

  • Famous
  • Popular
  • Renowned
  • Notorious

139- Pakistan believes in tolerance, not in ______ acceptance or rejection.

  • Alienation
  • Bigotry (A prejudice against a person or people based on their membership of a particular group)
  • Prejudice
  • Aggression

140- All the employees of the firm are ______ to a fortnight’s holiday.

  • Allowed
  • Entitled
  • Required
  • Able

141- The plant has been growing steadily, but of late, its growth has ______.

  • Shortened
  • Thwarted
  • Retarded (Less advanced in mental, physical, or social development than is usual for one’s age)
  • Hastened

142- Ambition is one of those ______, which are never satisfied.

  • Needs
  • Ideas
  • Passions
  • Fancies

143- The Ministry’s senior officials charged the secretary with gross ______ of duty, and so suspended him.

  • Disregard
  • Negligence
  • Laxity
  • Dishonestly

144- His parents did not pay ______ attention to his studies.

  • Suitable
  • Just
  • Remarkable
  • Proper

145- The top-ranking student ______ his success in his studies to his Headmaster’s guidance.

  • Accounts
  • Refers
  • Attributes
  • Claims

146- Despite her pleas, the mistress did not ______ to her request.

  • Accede
  • Convince
  • Favor
  • Approve

147- He could not stay here longer because he was not ______ to such an environment.

  • Adept
  • Addicted
  • Accustomed
  • Conducive

148- Nobody can say what ______ him to commit this crime.

  • Excited
  • Attracted
  • Prompted 
  • Roused

149- A public figure loves the ______ of a cartoonist.

  • Favourite
  • Subject
  • Sketch
  • Model

150- The meeting ______ with a vote of thanks.

  • Closed
  • Finished
  • Stopped
  • Concluded

151- The country needs a ______ government to tackle the challenges it faces today.

  • Sustained
  • Stable
  • Stationary
  • Stagnant

152- Her ______ income does not allow her to buy a new car.

  • Small
  • Meagre 
  • Spare
  • Scarce

153- To explain his design to his visitor, the architect ______ a simple plan on the blackboard.

  • Constructed
  • Made
  • Sketched
  • Built

154- One ______ and you know who among them is the culprit.

  • Gaze
  • Peep
  • Look
  • Sight

155- The criminal seems to have acted in ______ with three others.

  • Collision
  • Collusion
  • Cohesion
  • Coalition

156- If an indelible ink is used, this will not be ______.

  • Observed
  • Obligated
  • Obliterated
  • Obviated

157- A custom officer _______ gold worth Rs. 1 crore from the smugglers.

  • Snatched
  • Captured
  • Mobbed
  • Confiscated

158- The accused _______ to answer any question in the absence of his lawyer.

  • Declined
  • Denied
  • Denounced
  • Detested

159- On account of the shortage of grass on the arid plains, the cattle became _______.

  • Jubilant
  • Emaciated (Very thin and feeble, especially from lack of nutrition or illness)
  • Flippant
  • Agitated

160- The new Science teacher _______ a great respect from his students.

  • Observed
  • Acquired
  • Attained
  • Had

161- His _______ helped him rise so high in life.

  • Cleverness
  • Wisdom
  • Cunningness
  • Genius (Exceptional intellectual or creative power or other natural ability)

162- The sound of the running water of the steam had a pleasantly _______ effect on me.

  • Sonorous (Imposing or impressive in effect or style)
  • Amusing
  • Loud
  • Somnolent

163- All too often, journalists fail to _______ personal privacy.

  • Consider
  • Regard
  • Respect
  • Admire

164- Mr Akram was _______ the Man of the Year by the Lion’s Club Society.

  • Accounted
  • Defined
  • Announced
  • Designated

165- It _______ to me that she was incurable.

  • Suggested
  • Flashed
  • Happened (To occur by chance) 
  • Occurred (To happen or to take place) 

166- The controversy is likely to _______ bad blood between the two communities.

  • Involve
  • Improve
  • Infuse
  • Create

167- I became alert because I _____ trouble around me.

  • Comprehended
  • Sensed
  • Transcended
  • Saw

168- The police officer ______ the crowd to step back from the fire so that no one would get hurt.

  • Undulated 
  • Enjoined (To issue an order or command; to direct or impose with authority)
  • Stagnated 
  • Permeated 

169- She is in the habit of ______ her head whenever anything goes wrong.

  • Hiding
  • Losing
  • Protecting
  • Loosing

170- The driver suddenly applied the brakes when he saw a _____ truck ahead of him.

  • Static
  • Solitary
  • Stationary
  • Immobile

171- When you were sick, it was your mother who ______ you back to health.

  • Aroused
  • Urged
  • Assured
  • Nursed

172- ______ an accident, the train will arrive in time.

  • Besides
  • Accepting
  • Despite
  • Barring (With the exception of or expecting) 

173- It was _______ of him to act so in the company of his friends.

  • Ridiculous
  • Funny
  • Amusing
  • Mocking

174- He has shown both by his hard work and by his conduct that he _______ a special award.

  • Aspires
  • Needs
  • Merits
  • Dislikes

175- They _______ a new plan to throw him out of that office.

  • Conspired
  • Conceived
  • Connived
  • Contrived

176- The sun _______ at six this morning.

  • Arose
  • Rose
  • Aroused
  • Raised

177- The visit to my home town _______ many happy memories of my childhood.

  • Revived
  • Recollected
  • Retained
  • Reminded

178- Flood has _______ the misery of the people already hit by the cyclone.

  • Worsened
  • Intensified
  • Repeated
  • Compounded

179- It has now been _______ that 32 people died in the crash.

  • Assured
  • Confirmed
  • Counted
  • Ensured

180- My father was too _______ to push open the heavy door.

  • Timid
  • Faint
  • Feeble
  • Faltering

181- It was his _______ that saved him from the coming danger.

  • Foresight
  • Prediction
  • Presage
  • Detection

182- The bureaucrat was _______ for his role in the scam.

  • Reinstated
  • Criticized
  • Indicted
  • Incited

183- The presence of their professor at the very next table _______ the conversation of the boys in the restaurant.

  • Obstructed
  • Limited
  • Inhibited
  • Interrupted

184- Health is too important to be _______.

  • Neglected
  • Detested
  • Despised
  • Discarded

185- The matter would have become serious if _______ action had not been taken.

  • Deliberate
  • Fast
  • Hasty
  • Timely

186- He was in trouble because he did not _______ the instructions.

  • Follow
  • Observe
  • Confirm
  • Chase

187- Strangely, he should be as _______ as his brother is generous.

  • Liberal
  • Spendthrift
  • Reckless
  • Stingy

188- He finds it difficult to _______ between blue and green as he is colour blind.

  • Distinguish
  • Study
  • Recognize
  • See

189- As the news of the natural _______ spread, offers of relief poured in.

  • Misery
  • Misfortune
  • Calamity
  • Collapse

190- The bright colour of this shirt has _______ away.

  • Gone
  • Disappeared
  • Faded
  • Paled

191- By dint of his labour, he _______ all that he had lost.

  • Replenished
  • Restored
  • Refurnished
  • Resounded

192- Their differences were amicably settled by a/an _______.

  • Agent
  • Arbiter
  • Mediator
  • Arbitrator

193- His standard of living has _______ since his son joined service.

  • Lifted
  • Increased
  • Risen
  • Heightened

194- His first failure did not _______ him from making another attempt.

  • Interfere
  • Forbid
  • Frighten
  • Deter

195- No one will _______ you for having been rude to your teacher.

  • Exclaim
  • Admire
  • Advise
  • Recommend

196- Some people _______ from voting at the last elections.

  • Denied
  • Effused
  • Abstained
  • Declined

197- The doctor _______ the patient from taking certain medicines.

  • Banned
  • Prohibited
  • Prescribed
  • Proscribed

198- I _______ a car to be necessary these days.

  • Think
  • Regard
  • Consider
  • Agree

199- Pakistan should not be _______ from its research and development programs.

  • Stopped
  • Forced
  • Debarred
  • Deterred

200- He didn’t have the _______ idea of the villager’s problems.

  • Smallest
  • Finest
  • Faintest
  • Feeblest

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