UPTET Paper Level 1 English Filling In The Banks Sample Model Practice Question Answer Papers

UPTET Paper Level 1 English Filling In The Banks Sample Model Practice Question Answer Papers

Exercise 4

Directions- fill in the blanks in the following sentences by selecting the most appropriate alternative from amongst the five choices given under each sentence.

  1. Rights….. automatically to him who duly performs his duties.
  2. Accrue
  3. Issue
  4. Transfer
  5. Belong
  6. Acquire
  7. True economics never….. against the highest ethical standard , just as all true ethics to be worth its name must , at the same time, he also good economics.
  8. Deviates
  9. Debilitates
  10. Mitigates
  11. Undermines
  12. Militates
  13. Under democracy individual liberty of opinion and action is …… guarded.
  14. Zealously
  15. Cautiously
  16. Carefully
  17. Jealously
  18. Punctiliously
  19. There is  a higher court than courts of justice and that is the court of conscience. It ….. all other courts.
  20. Supersedes
  21. Surpasses
  22. Excels
  23. Trespasses
  24. Exceeds
  25. Civilization, in the real sense of the term consists not in the….but in the deliberate and voluntary ….. of wants.
  26. Increasing……. Decreasing
  27. Multiplication…… reduction
  28. Increment……. Decrement
  29. Hoarding…….  Dehoarding
  30. Overgrowth…… diminishing

Directions-In each of the questions 6 to 15 sentences are given with   blanks to be filled by preposition or other words. Four alternative sets of preposition or other word ( a, b, c, d) are suggested . Choose the correct set and indicate it in the Answer.  Box as usual.

  • When Mr. and Mrs. Gaikwad went home last night….. a late film show, they found that burdglars had broken…. Their house and had taken all their silver and a box …. Which they had kept everything.
  • From; up;on
  • From; into; in
  • For; from;in
  • After; into; in
  • Though progress has not been…. Quick …. We could have wished, there is no doubt that …. The last 25 years, We have been steadily inching our way….. some….. our goals.
  • As; as; for;  to; of
  • As; as; in ; towards; of
  • As; than; for; to ; of
  • As;than; for; to;of
  • Yet we must travel, even the more adventurous …… us, and we  must resign ourselves the Indian railways.
  • Of; to; of; on
  • From; to; of;in
  • Of;at;of;in
  • From; at; of; in
  • Will you play …. Me …… while ?
  • With; for
  • For;in
  • For;within
  • Against;over
  • We  have been trying ….. distribute land fairly but….. limited success so far.
  • For; of
  • For; from
  • To; with
  • To; of
  • India trades….the U.S.A. Sugar and  Jute.
  • About; on
  • With; in
  • From; on
  • Off; over
  • Little trades had many problems….. her age.
  • For someone
  • To someone
  • For girls like
  • Off; over
  • ……. If we walk on the grass ?
  • Do you want
  • Do they mined
  • Are we mind
  • Can you allow
  • Rama has classes on Monday , Wednesday and Friday , three days…..
  • Until a week
  • During a week
  • a week
  • for a week
  • This list is for student …. Mother tongue is not English.
  • That
  • Whose
  • Of whom
  • Which

Directions-Fill in the blanks in the following sentences by selecting the most appropriate alternative from amongst the five choices given under each sentence.

  1. The difficulty of…..  between a good and a bad woman is one of the major problems of love-life in western culture.
  2. Selecting
  3. Pinpointing
  4. Liking
  5. Locating
  6. Chossing
  7. Exclusive devotion to a good woman ….. the stock image of Victorian marriage.
  8. Constituted
  9. Made
  10. Happened to be
  11. Became
  12. Marked
  13. …… behavior towards a girl in a joint family is hardly something that even neighbours know about, and dowry demands are  private.
  14. Cruel
  15. Brutal
  16. Rude
  17. Rustic
  18. Sweet
  19. A dramatic…… on French television of a future European War is …… protests from some people.
  20. Portrayal…. Arousing
  21. Demonstration……. Eliciting
  22. Show…… generating
  23. Delineation…… provoking
  24. Depiction…… triggering
  25. The man who is ……. Hesitating which of the two things he will do first, will do neither.
  26. Constantly
  27. Consistently
  28. Perpetually
  29. Persistently
  30. Insistently
  31. After Knowledge there is no one…. Which has done so much good to mankind as the love of money.
  32. Emotion
  33. Sentiment
  34. Motive
  35. Passion
  36. Incentive
  37. Democracy , as a way of life and not as a mere political arrangement , requires of its ….. a regard not only for their own rights but equally for the….. rights of others.
  38. Protagonists….. same
  39. Adherents……. Similar
  40. Exponents….identical
  41. Proponents…. Such as
  42. Votaries……. Related
  43. The aducational……. Of our people is far below what is necessary for effective individual living or for the…… society.
  44. Attainment……. Maintenance
  45. Advancement…… upkeep
  46. Achievement……. Advancement
  47. Accomplishment……. Regeneration
  48. Procurement……upliftment
  49. A reasonable consideration for the rights or feelings of others is the …… of social conduct.
  50. Base
  51. Foundation
  52. Basis
  53. Infrastructure
  54. Pre-requisite
  55. Restlessness among the students of colleges and universities has….. from their deep rooted feeling that their views and aspirations are…… by their elders.
  56. Stemmed …… ignored
  57. Flowed……. Neglected
  58. Arisen……..humiliated
  59. Percolated….. pooh-poohed
  60. Followed….. disregarded
  61. We have to….. in your young men and women a sense of discipline , which is a for progress and happiness.
  62. Instill……. Necessity
  63. Induce…….. requirement
  64. Produce…….need
  65. Inculcate….. pre-requisite
  66. Generate…… pre-condition

Answers

Exercise 1

1.         (E)       2.         (C)       3.         (E)       4.         (B)       5.         (A)       6.         (C)       7.         (C)       8.         (D)            9.         (B)       10.       (C)       11.       (E)       12.       (D)       13.       (C)       14.       (A)       15.       (B)       16.            (A)       17.       (A)       18.       (C)       19.       (D)       20.       (D)       21.       (A)       22.       (D)       23.       (B)            24.       (A)       25.       (C)       26.       (C)       27.       (E)       28.       (C)       29.       (D)       30.       (C)      

Exercise 2

1.         (A)       2.         (B)       3.         (B)       4.         (C)       5.         (B)       6.         (A)       7.         (E)       8.         (E)            9.         (B)       10.       (C)       11.       (C)       12.       (A)       13.       (B)       14.       (A)       15.       (C)       16.            (E)       17.       (D)       18.       (A)       19.       (C)       20.       (A)       21.       (B)       22.       (D)       23.       (E)            24.       (A)       25.       (C)       26.       (A)       27.       (B)       28.       (A)       29.       (D)       30.       (E)      

Exercise 3

1.         (A)       2.         (A)       3.         (E)       4.         (B)       5.         (C)       6.         (C)       7.         (E)       8.         (B)            9.         (D)       10.       (D)       11.       (A)       12.       (C)       13.       (A)       14.       (D)       15.       (B)       16.            (D)       17.       (E)       18.       (C)       19.       (A)       20.       (C)       21.       (D)       22.       (E)       23.       (B)            24.       (A)       25.       (B)       26.       (B)       27.       (A)       28.       (E)       29.       (D)       30.       (C)      

Exercise 4

1.         (A)       2.         (E)       3.         (D)       4.         (A)       5.         (B)       6.         (B)       7.         (B)       8.         (A)            9.         (A)       10.       (C)       11.       (B)       12.       (D)       13.       (B)       14.       (C)       15.       (B)       16.            (E)       17.       (A)       18.       (B)       19.       (A)       20.       (C)       21.       (D)       22.       (B)       23.       (A)            24.       (B)       25.       (A)       26.       (D)                  

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