11th English Fitst Revision answer key - 06-04-2022

11th English Fitst Revision answer key - 06-04-2022

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XI ENGLISH GOVT- FIRST REVISION TEST –

6TH APRIL 2022


1.      c. cut


2.      b. imprinted


3.      a. scoldings


4.      b. criticism


5.      d. often


6.      b. desperate


7.      c. kerchief


8.      a. up-hold


9.      c. Referee Stopped Contest


10.  b. dermatologist


11.  b. in written/printed form


12.  c. –ance (inheritance)


13.  c. liver


14.  c. kept on


15.  a. mono-syllabic


16.  c. grocer


17.  b. among


18.  c. would accept


19.  a. no


20.  d. on behalf of


21.  a. like a snake’s bare fangs.                                                b. Simile


22.  a. fist; wrist                                                               

b. onomatopoeia


23.  a. The act of welcoming (opening door)                

b. The modern people’s hospitality is fake.


24.  a. zealous or enthusiastic                                        

b. ego; enough


25.  a. they – Modern people                                         

b. laugh ‘insincerely’\’artificially’


26.  a. ‘maim’ means ‘wound’ or ‘injure’.                      

b. aabb


27.  He joined tennis classes, when he was ten years old. (Tense)


28.  When Einstein found out that the same society had once offered a similar honour to Mussolini, he flatly rejected it. (Articles)


29.  She is a popular singer whose talent is appreciated worldwide.  (relative pronoun)


30.  When we reached the theatre, the show had already begun. (tense)


31.  Once upon a time – Gabriel Okara


32.  Confessions of a Born Spectator – Ogden Nash


33.  Confessions of a Born Spectator – Ogden Nash


40. A. Out of Sight, Out of mind.          - (ii. Mind)


       B. All good things come to an end.       -     (i. end)


      C. Man proposes, god disposes.    -   (iii. disposes)


46. i. I can’t understand this problem.  (can should not be used with ‘able’)


      ii. Everybody appreciates/ed Ram for his honesty.


      iii. The police are looking for the thief who stole the jewels.


      iv. Where are my scissors?


   v. Kavin or Kamal is responsible for the success of this play.


b.


i. John was calm at the interview and answered the questions without any qualm.


ii. As Mohan performed well, he was included in the school team.


iii. The Chief guest presided over the function.


iv. Rahim used to play hockey, when he was young.


47.a)


i. Turbans and Tunics


ii. crimson, silver and purple


iii. mirror and daggers


iv. Sandalwood, henna and spice


v. by displaying and calling by the names of the articles

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