English Questions: Fill in the Blanks 85

Direction (1-10): In each of the following questions three statements with a blank in each are given. You have to choose a word from the given option that can fill all the blanks. Mark that option as your answer.

  1. a. She managed a ________________ laugh.
    b. A cracked, dangerously ________________ table was there in the room.
    c. The Police has found thoroughly ________________ evidence.

    All are Correct
    Option B
    a. shaking or trembling.
    b. unstable because of poor construction or heavy use.
    c. not safe or reliable; liable to fail or falter.


  2. a. Her footsteps were ________________ by the thick carpet.
    b. Police violence was always ________________ by the presence of the media.
    c. A dress in ________________ tones of powder blue and dusty pink.

    All are Correct
    Option B
    a. deaden, muffle, or soften the sound of.
    b. reduce the strength or intensity of.
    c. (of colour or lighting) not bright; subdued.


  3. a. He was an ________________ man, with a rigidly puritanical outlook.
    b. Conditions in the prison could hardly be more ________________ .
    c. The cathedral is impressive in its ________________ simplicity.

    All are Correct
    Option E
    a. severe or strict in manner or attitude.
    b. (of living conditions or a way of life) having no comforts or luxuries.
    c. having a plain and unadorned appearance.


  4. a. She has ________________ controls on mergers.
    b. The ________________ testing of consumer products.
    c. Many of the expedition had passed ________________ SAS courses.

    All are Correct
    Option C
    a. (of a rule, system, etc.) strictly applied or adhered to.
    b. extremely thorough and careful.
    c. harsh and demanding.


  5. a. Money serves as a reward for services ________________ .
    b. He would ________________ income tax returns at the end of the year.
    c. The rains ________________ his escape impossible.

    All are Correct
    Option E
    a. provide or give (a service, help, etc.).
    b. submit or present for inspection or consideration.
    c. cause to be or become; make.


  6. a. The company was ________________ to avoid any trouble.
    b. There were some ________________ moments.
    c. She was extremely ________________ about her exams.

    All are Correct
    Option D
    a. very eager or concerned to do something or for something to happen.
    b. (of a situation or period of time) causing or characterized by worry or nervousness.
    c. feeling or showing worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome.


  7. a. He believed the risk of infection was ________________ .
    b. The humanistic hands of the 15th century were based on the Carolingian ________________ .
    c. A ________________ fragment of DNA is an important element in biology.

    All are Correct
    Option E
    a. so small as to be insignificant.


  8. a. He arranged a fishing trip to ________________ his son.
    b. We will be ________________ to provide an independent appraisal.
    c. As he led the way, he looked very ________________ with himself.

    All are Correct
    Option A
    a. cause to feel happy and satisfied.
    b. willing or glad to do something.
    c. proud of one’s achievements, especially excessively so; self-satisfied.


  9. a. The mood at the meeting was ________________ .
    b. A conference of socialists from all ________________ countries.
    c. Ships and goods captured at sea by a ________________ .

    All are Correct
    Option E
    a. hostile and aggressive.
    b. engaged in a war or conflict, as recognized by international law.
    c. a nation or person engaged in war or conflict, as recognized by international law.


  10. a. The ________________ to his reputation was considerabl.
    b. She was awarded $284,000 in ________________ .
    c. The car was badly ________________ in the accident.

    All are Correct
    Option D
    a. detrimental effects.
    b. a sum of money claimed or awarded in compensation for a loss or an injury.
    c. inflict physical harm on (something) so as to impair its value, usefulness, or normal function.


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