Key to English Ahead

Key to English Ahead

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  1. a bat
  2. a table
  3. a pair of scissors
  4. a car
  5. a kittle
  6. a cow
  7. a piano
  8. a dog
  9. a spider
  10. a pen
  11. a knife
  12. a cap
  13. a camel
  14. a chess board
  15. a camera
  16. thumbs up sign
  17. a hammer
  18. an owl
  19. a tractor
  20. a corn
  21. a rabbit
  22. an egg
  23. a house
  24. an aeroplane
  25. a lion
  26. an apple
  27. a bicycle
  28. a cat
  29. a yacht
  30. an eagle

 

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[B]

  1. a bat
  2. an owl
  3. a car
  4. an egg
  5. an eagle
  6. a corn
  7. a table
  8. a chess board
  9. a knife
  10. a tractor
  11. a cat
  12. a cow
  13. a rabbit
  14. a lion
  15. a kettle
  16. a cap
  17. a spider
  18. an apple
  19. a dog
  20. an aeroplane
  21. an igloo
  22. a hammer
  23. a thumbs up
  24. a house
  25. a piano
  26. a bicycle
  27. a boat
  28. a camera
  29. a pair of scissors
  30. a pen

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[A]

  1. Payal Dalal
  2. Ravi Patil
  3. Ravi Patil
  4. Urvi Desai
  5. Jayesh Patel
  6. Urvi Desai
  7. Ravi Patil
  8. Jayesh Patel
  9. Ravi Patil
  10. Tanay Joshi
  11. Jayesh Patel
  12. Urvi Desai
  13. Tanay Joshi
  14. Payal Dalal
  15. Pankti Shah

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[B]

  1. My friend’s name is Urvi Desai. She is 24. She lives at 67, Sai Leela Society, P.R. Madhav Road, Laskana, Vapi. She has an LLB. She works as an advocate. Her hobbies are watching TV and playing cricket. Her father’s name is Raman Desai. He is a clerk. Her mother’s name is Kusum Desai. She is self-employed. She has no brother or sister.
  2. My friend’s name is Payal Dalal. She is 15. She lives at 15, Rameshwar Bungalows, Gopi Nagar, Behind Ram Mandir, Gangadhara, She is a student of standard 10. Her hobbies are making friends and reading. Her father’s name is Ashok Dalal. He is a farmer. Her mother’s name is Reva Dalal. She is a housewife. She has a brother and no sister.

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  1. My friend’s name is Jayesh Patel. He is 37. He lives at 70, Vrundavan society, Near Hanuman Chokdi, M. S. Road, Dahod. His qualification is BSc. He is a technician. His hobbies are writing and collecting stamps. His father’s name is Deepak Patel. He is a doctor. His mother’s name is Dipti Patel. She is a secretary. He has a brother and a sister.
  2. My friend’s name is Tanay Joshi. He is 25. He lives at 6, Shivam Apartments, Nanpura, Surat. His qualification is BCom and BEd. He is a teacher. His hobbies are reading and bird watching. His father’s name is Suresh Joshi. He is a builder. His mother’s name is Sapna Joshi. She is a nurse. He has no brother but he has a sister.
  3. My friend’s name is Ravi Patil. He is 32. He lives at 5/7, Pink Park, C. G. Road, Mehsana. His qualification is ME. He is a technical assistant. His hobbies are travelling and singing. His father’s name is Harshad Patil. He is a Jeweller. His mother’s name is Rekha Patil. She is a clerk. He has no brother and sister.

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[C]

  1. Instruction
  2. Request
  3. Order
  4. Warning
  5. Advice
  6. Encouragement
  7. Encouragement / Sympathy
  8. Request
  9. Warning
  10. Warning/Order
  11. Request

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[B]

  1. There is a white board on the front wall.
  2. There are 15 chairs in the classroom.
  3. There is an air conditioner.
  4. There is a ceiling fan.
  5. There is an office near the entrance.
  6. There are two fire extinguishers on a wall.
  7. There are two doors.
  8. There are white coloured tiles on the floor.
  9. It is an airy classroom. There is enough ventilation.
  10. There are brightly painted walls.
  11. There is a projector.
  12. There is a loud speaker.

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[F]

Set 1

  1. expensive
  2. evil
  3. safe
  4. dangerous
  5. tiresome
  6. interesting
  7. impossible

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Set 2

  1. comfortable
  2. rude
  3. sufficient
  4. best
  5. cruel
  6. wonderful
  7. risky

[G]

  1. In the first row from the left, there is a flower vase.
  2. There is a palm tree between a flower vase and a chair.
  3. There is a sofa near the chair.
  4. In the first row, in the right corner, there is a kitten.
  5. There is a chair between a palm tree and a sofa.
  6. In the second row from the left, there is a stack of three books.
  7. There is a mop near the table.
  8. There is a table in the middle of the second row.
  9. There are two flowers and a bud with some leaves on a small stem.
  10. In the second row, in the right corner, there is a boy lying on the floor playing a computer game.

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[A]

  1. laughing
  2. crying
  3. singing
  4. thinking
  5. reading
  6. skipping
  7. running
  8. dancing
  9. swimming
  10. riding

[B]

  1. makes
  2. cooks
  3. repairs
  4. swims
  5. teaches

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[C]

  1. e
  2. f
  3. a
  4. g
  5. b
  6. c
  7. d

[D]

  1. always
  2. never
  3. usually
  4. usually
  5. never
  6. sometimes
  7. never
  8. always
  9. sometimes
  10. sometimes
  11. sometimes
  12. never
  13. frequently
  14. always

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[E]

  1. doesn’t operate
  2. doesn’t paint
  3. don’t eat
  4. don’t speak

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[C]

  1. When does Hiren go to school?
  2. Where does the sun rise?
  3. How many books does he read in a month?
  4. What does your uncle sell?
  5. How long does Neha teach daily?
  6. Why does Rahil return home late in the evening?
  7. How much do they spend on transport?
  8. How far does he live from here?
  9. Why doesn’t he believe in God?
  10. Which newspaper does he read?
  11. How does he solve problems?

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[D]

  1. When does he get up?
  2. How does he get ready?
  3. What time does he go to work?
  4. What time does he reach his office?
  5. What time does he take lunch?
  6. What time does he start work again?
  7. What time does his office close?
  8. What time does he return home?
  9. What does he do for a while?
  10. How much time does he spend with his children?
  11. How does he help his children?
  12. Who does he take dinner with?
  13. How long does he watch television?
  14. What time does he go to bed?

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[B]

  1. Neha opened the gift box last week.
  2. Sunil visited the doctor yesterday.
  3. Shivam read a letter last night.
  4. She visited the temple this morning.
  5. He met his mother in her office last week.
  6. She wrote a novel in 1995.
  7. She saw the Taj Mahal at the age of 9.

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[C]

  1. didn’t drink
  2. didn’t write
  3. didn’t understand
  4. didn’t buy
  5. didn’t tell
  6. didn’t get
  7. didn’t buy
  8. didn’t fix
  9. didn’t find

[D]

  1. I played cricket.
  2. I didn’t sing a song.
  3. I wrote a letter.
  4. I ate pizza.
  5. I watched a movie.
  6. I did homework.
  7. I didn’t make a mistake.
  8. I browsed the Internet.
  9. I read a story.

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[B]

  1. Why did they come late this morning?
  2. How many books did your friend buy last Monday?
  3. What did your brother gift you on your birthday?
  4. How often did she visit her aunt last year?
  5. When did he arrive here?
  6. Where did you live two years ago?
  7. What time did he close his shop yesterday?
  8. What time did you wake up this morning?
  9. How did you go to work last week?
  10. When did it start raining?

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[C]

  1. What movie did you watch? Where did you watch it? When did you watch it? Who are the actors? Why did you watch this particular movie? Did you like the movie? Did anyone else like the movie? What was the price of the tickets? What was the story? Who told you to watch it? Where did you sit? Who else was with you?
  2. Why did you visit it? Who did you visit it with? What time were you there? When is the best time to visit it? Which is the best way to get there? What did you like about it? What is it a part of? When was it built? Who built it?
  3. What variety of foods were there? Was the food tasty? How did you feel while eating? What place was it? Who else attended it? What time did it start and finish? Who hosted the party? Who did you go with? What was the celebration? Which food did you like the most?
  4. Where was the competition held? Who organized it? What was the name of the organization? What were the other medals? Who distributed the prizes? Who was your opponent? What will you do now? How did you celebrate the win? How long have you been playing chess? Were you happy? What would you like to win next? Where have you kept the medal?

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[B]

  1. Did, attend
  2. has written
  3. heard
  4. has seen
  5. has won
  6. Did, meet
  7. Has, told
  8. cooked
  9. has tasted

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[C]

  1. for
  2. since
  3. for
  4. since
  5. since
  6. for
  7. since
  8. since
  9. for

[D]

  1. just
  2. yet
  3. already
  4. already
  5. yet
  6. yet
  7. already
  8. already
  9. already

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[F]

  1. rode
  2. wrote
  3. bit
  4. blew
  5. chose
  6. ate
  7. planted
  8. rang
  9. did

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[C]

  1. has driven
  2. has been raining
  3. have been watching
  4. has been talking
  5. have lost
  6. have drunk
  7. have been waiting

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[B]

  1. d
  2. c
  3. e
  4. a
  5. b

[C]   

  1. had finished (earlier), came
  2. had died (earlier), came
  3. had finished (earlier), came
  4. had finished (earlier), called
  5. had reached ((earlier), got

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[D]   Suggested answers:

  1. She had done her homework before she watched TV.
  2. Mom had finished working before father came home.
  3. I had visited the zoo before I visited the museum.
  4. We had gone to Mumbai before we went to Delhi.
  5. I had eaten dinner before I ate dessert.

[E]   

  1. had been teaching
  2. had been waiting
  3. had been snowing
  4. had been suffering

[F]

  1. ...shopping for two hours.
  2. ...had been making a cake for an hour.
  3. ...she had been dancing for an hour.

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[B]

Reena will get up at six a.m. tomorrow.She will brush her teeth. She will perform yoga and do some exercises for an hour. Then she will drink a glass of juice. She will take a bath and get ready for her class. She will ride a bicycle and reach her class at 8. She will study there till 12 in the afternoon. She will go home and have lunch. She will rest for an hour. Then she will do her homework till 5. She won’t waste her time gossiping. She wil help her mother with the household chores for half an hour. They will have dinner at 8:30 and then watch TV for an hour. She will go to bed at 10.

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[C]

  1. I think Anushree will win a medal.
  2. I don’t think Prashant will pass the test.
  3. Do you think she will accept your proposal?
  4. …Lina will go to Mumbai.
  5. …they will be able to come here today.
  6. …Mona will perform nicely?
  7. …Pranav will accept the job offer.
  8. …he will eat bananas.
  9. …Priya will drive the car?
  10. …he will play cricket.
  11. …Ria will draw the picture.
  12. …Ina will attend the function?

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[D]

  1. …I will be taking a bath.
  2. …I will be going to school.
  3. …I will be studying in school.
  4. …I will be returning home.
  5. …I will be doing my homework.
  6. …I will be having dinner.
  7. …I will be watching TV.
  8. …I will be sleeping.
  9. …I will still be sleeping.

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[B]

  1. I am going to read this chapter this evening.
  2. I am going to meet my friend this afternoon.
  3. I am going watch a movie tonight.
  4. I am going to the bank today.
  5. I am going to play chess tomorrow.
  6. I am going to go to school tomorrow.

[C]

  1. It is going to rain.
  2. He is going to fail.
  3. She is going to meet with an accident.
  4. He is going to lose all his money.
  5. They are going to face problems.
  6. They are going to miss playing the match.

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[D]

  1. I am meeting the chairman of our company tomorrow morning at 8.
  2. I am reading a novel this evening.
  3. We are watching a movie coming Sunday.
  4. She is visiting her relatives next week.
  5. I am meeting the tenants next week.
  6. She is buying a dress this afternoon.

[E]

  1. He is to make a presentation on Monday.
  2. They are to submit the report on 31st March next year.
  3. We are to sign the agreement before going abroad.
  4. They are to discuss the details at the meeting.
  5. She is to prepare answers later.
  6. We are to send the final designs on Friday.

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[B]

  1. couldn’t
  2. may
  3. might
  4. musn’t
  5. wouldn’t
  6. used to
  7. needn’t
  8. ought to
  9. could
  10. May
  11. has to
  12. can
  13. Could
  14. should
  15. may
  16. Would
  17. could
  18. Could
  19. should
  20. needn’t
  21. had better
  22. have to
  23. would
  24. would
  25. needn’t

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[B]

  1. should
  2. couldn’t
  3. could
  4. would
  5. needn’t
  6. might
  7. must
  8. may
  9. may
  10. shouldn’t
  11. can’t
  12. wouldn’t
  13. needn’t
  14. can’t
  15. must

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[C]

  1. The guitar is played very well by Ravi.
  2. The police were called by him to investigate the theft of diamonds.
  3. You will be called later by us.
  4. What is being done by you?
  5. It was being discussed by us when she arrived.
  6. He hasn’t been paid any money by them./No money has been paid to him by them.
  7. The kitchen had been cleaned by me before you came.
  8. Cooking will have been finished before 7 p.m.
  9. Money cannot be lent to you by me./You cannot be lent money by me.
  10. I should have been informed by you.
  11. Food is eaten every day by us.
  12. Uniforms are worn by students.
  13. A lot of money is spent on food by us.
  14. His parents were loved very much by him.
  15. Songs were sung by them.
  16. A meal will be cooked by me.
  17. Invitations will be sent out by me.
  18. Clues are being searched for by them.
  19. A house is being painted by a painter.
  20. The shop has been opened by me.
  21. My homework had been finished by me before going to sleep.
  22. My books had been put away by me before the teacher came.
  23. The lights had been switched on by her before the sun set.
  24. The car will have been repaired by the mechanic before they start their journey.
  25. Our books will have been covered by us before school reopens.
  26. Can Japanese be written by you?
  27. Your lessons should have been learnt by you before exams.

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[D]

  1. Raj’s father gives him 100 rupees every day as pocket money.
  2. He made a mistake.
  3. They will pay the rent tomorrow.
  4. She is baking a cake.
  5. The manager was treating me unfairly so I left the job.
  6. Have they interviewed her?
  7. Who had seen him last?
  8. She will have completed household chores before she goes out.
  9. You shouldn’t give him this job.
  10. They shouldn’t have beaten the children.
  11. She will have taught him English for 60 hours at Fluentlingua.
  12. You shouldn’t have switched on the air-conditioner.
  13. You shouldn’t have told a lie.
  14. The baby drank milk.
  15. The chef cooked diffferent dishes.
  16. He didn’t switch off the lights at night.
  17. I studied History at school.
  18. She didn’t take medicine at night.
  19. A cat ate a mouse.
  20. They will win a cricket match.
  21. The coach will have prepared the players.
  22. I will have posted a letter.
  23. They will attend the program.
  24. He will produce a film.
  25. You should not send him an invitation.
  26. He is driving a car.
  27. I wil have finished my homework by tomorrow morning.

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[B]

  1. get, repaired
  2. makes, read
  3. have, cleaned
  4. get, greased
  5. make, turn
  6. get, cleaned
  7. made, do
  8. make, study
  9. had, cut
  10. got, to move
  11. gets, cleaned
  12. Have, repaired
  13. got, to iron
  14. made, wait
  15. have, decorated
  16. gets, to help
  17. get, to check
  18. make, finish
  19. got, to go
  20. get, to call
  21. made, stop
  22. get, to come
  23. has, deal
  24. got, published
  25. make, change
  26. make, understand
  27. has, checked
  28. making, lose
  29. get, examined
  30. make, marry

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[D]

  1. too
  2. enough
  3. enough
  4. too
  5. enough
  6. too
  7. enough
  8. too
  9. enough
  10. too
  11. enough
  12. enough
  13. too
  14. enough
  15. enough
  16. too
  17. enough

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[B]

  1. ...as fast as Raju.
  2. ...is not as big as China.
  3. ...is not as smart as Gita.
  4. ...is not as sincere as Nazia.

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[D]

  1. …is larger than any other animal in the world.
    …in the world is as large as the blue whale.
  2. …more intelligent than any other student in my class.
    …student in my class is as intelligent as Falguni.
  3. …richer than any other person in the whole world.
    …person in the whole world is as rich as he.
  4. …prettier than any other girl in our class.
    …girl in our class is as pretty as Manya.

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[F]

  1. …admired than most other sportspersons in the world.
    …sportspersons in the world are as admired as Sachin.
  2. …more popular than most other singers in the world.
    …singers in the world are as popular as he is.
  3. London is costlier than most other cities in the world.
    …cities in the world are as costly as London.

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[G]

  1. In picture 1: The elephant is the largest animal.
  2. The elephant is larger than the dog and the cat.
  3. The cat is the smallest animal.
  4. The cat is smaller than the dog and the elephant.
  5. The cat is not as large as the dog.
  6. The dog is not as large as the elephant.
  7. The dog is larger than the cat.
  8. In picture 2: ”a” is one of the largerst cups.
  9. “a” is bigger than most other cups.
  10. Very few cups are as big as “a”.
  11. “i” is the smallest cup of all.
  12. “i” is not as large as other cups.
  13. Cup “d” is larger than cup “i”.
  14. Cups “a”, “b”, “c” are larger than all other cups.

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[C]

Set 1

  1. call off
  2. fished out
  3. derive, from
  4. carried off
  5. got in
  6. act on
  7. narrowed down
  8. fell behind
  9. make, out

Set 2

  1. idled away
  2. cooked up
  3. keep off
  4. looks after
  5. calls for
  6. rake in
  7. has stirred up
  8. win over
  9. put off

Set 3

  1. do, down
  2. looking for
  3. open up
  4. going through
  5. tell, apart
  6. carried out
  7. throwing up
  8. work out
  9. hinges on

Set 4

  1. cover up
  2. drifted off
  3. shake off
  4. put, away
  5. knocked, out
  6. left, behind
  7. fell apart
  8. ran into
  9. look, up

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  1. to buy
  2. watching
  3. selling
  4. waking up
  5. walking/to walk
  6. to meet
  7. to be
  8. being
  9. talking
  10. dancing
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  11. to do
  12. to murder
  13. to impress
  14. to help
  15. going
  16. paying
  17. to express
  18. to waste
  19. working
  20. to reach
  21. to propose
  22. to break off
  23. spending
  24. to pass
  25. drinking

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[B]

  1. g
  2. h
  3. f
  4. a
  5. i
  6. c
  7. e
  8. d
  9. b

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[C]

  1. ...he will get tired./ ...he will get success.
  2. ...don’t force her.
  3. ...they will be happy.
  4. ...don’t mind.
  5. ...they will win.
  6. ...you get lost
  7. ...you don’t complete it.
  8. ...you don’t ask her to help you.
  9. ...you travel by train?
  10. ...she will be upset.
  11. ...you talk rudely.
  12. ...the bus doesn’t come on time.
  13. ...you practise a lot.
  14. ...you don’t invite anyone?
  15. ...they really need it.

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[B]

  1. c
  2. f
  3. i
  4. a
  5. b
  6. d
  7. h
  8. e
  9. g

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[C]

  1. ...he wouldn’t score so less.
  2. ...she would come with me.
  3. ...they could do it.
  4. ...she wouldn’t pick up the phone.
  5. ...I would help them.
  6. ...you got lost?
  7. ...you didn’t have servants?
  8. ...I would chirp.
  9. ...behaved so rudely.

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[B]

  1. d
  2. a
  3. i
  4. g
  5. b
  6. e
  7. f
  8. c
  9. h

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[C]

  1. ... he woulkn’t have met the deadline.
  2. ... I wouldn’t have told her.
  3. ... the spectators would have been happy.
  4. ... she wouldn’t have been punished.
  5. ... I wouldn’t have got a chocolate.
  6. ... you had broken a rule.
  7. ... you hadn’t forced me.
  8. ... he hadn’t helped.
  9. ... she had been honest.

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[A]

  1. 15
  2. 39
  3. 46
  4. 24
  5. 66
  6. 55
  7. 52
  8. 32
  9. 18
  10. 42
  11. 30
  12. 67
  13. 33
  14. 50
  15. 1
  16. 51
  17. 21
  18. 9
  19. 69
  20. 34
  21. 17
  22. 54
  23. 64
  24. 4
  25. 60
  26. 31
  27. 49
  28. 35
  29. 38
  30. 11
  31. 26
  32. 8
  33. 13
  34. 20
  35. 28
  36. 65
  37. 56
  38. 29
  39. 2
  40. 70
  41. 45
  42. 10
  43. 53
  44. 47
  45. 41
  46. 3
  47. 44
  48. 72
  49. 27
  50. 14
  51. 16
  52. 7
  53. 43
  54. 22
  55. 6
  56. 37
  57. 62
  58. 59
  59. 58
  60. 25
  61. 68
  62. 57
  63. 71
  64. 23
  65. 36
  66. 5
  67. 12
  68. 61
  69. 19
  70. 40
  71. 63
  72. 48

 

[B]

Set 1

  1. stale
  2. dead
  3. sad
  4. difficult
  5. weak
  6. narrow
  7. thin

Set 2

  1. terrible
  2. ugly
  3. rich
  4. sour
  5. dry
  6. low
  7. spotless

Set 3

  1. repulsive
  2. big
  3. quiet
  4. loose
  5. wrong
  6. outgoing
  7. open

Set 4

  1. interesting
  2. deep
  3. cold
  4. back
  5. ancient
  6. blunt
  7. dirty

Set 5

  1. warm
  2. safe
  3. early
  4. slow
  5. innocent
  6. light
  7. loud

[C] Suggested answers.

She is beautiful but her sister is ugly.

  1. That garden is attractive but the pile of rubbish beside it is repulsive.
  2. Most people alive a 100 years ago would now probably be dead.
  3. Streets are narrow, highways are wide.
  4. A tiger is a cruel animal but a dog is kind.
  5. A rich man may help the poor.
  6. Eight out of your ten answers are right only two are wrong.
  7. A pond is usually shallow whereas an ocean is deep.
  8. One can peddle a bicycle forward and backward.
  9. A cat is small, an elephant is big.

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[B]

Set 1

  1. achieve
  2. caught
  3. chair
  4. do
  5. got
  6. keep
  7. have

Set 2

  1. bore
  2. keep
  3. had
  4. got
  5. do
  6. go
  7. caught

Set 3

  1. breaks
  2. attend
  3. waste
  4. took
  5. keeps
  6. go
  7. making

Set 4

  1. seek
  2. pay
  3. break
  4. make
  5. dismissed
  6. go
  7. keep

Set 5

  1. get
  2. close
  3. drew
  4. launch
  5. pay
  6. going
  7. taking

Set 6

  1. went
  2. done
  3. get
  4. tells
  5. keep
  6. made
  7. save

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