8th Class English Adjectives Question Bank

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  • question_answer1)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Elephants are highly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] with relatively large, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]brains. They have reasoning capabilities, can learn skills and have emotions experiencing pain, suffering, sadness and grief and they are even \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] just like we are sometimes. They love to wallow in mud and swish their bodies with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]sand. As their skin is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] to the sun, the mud and sand form a sunscreen of sorts, protecting them from the sun's \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] rays. In the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\], clear stream, the elephants exhibit their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] nature by spraying water over \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] visitors and by lying on their side in the stream.

    A) agile

    B) lethargic

    C) Intelligent

    D) gigantic

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  • question_answer2)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Elephants are highly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] with relatively large, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]brains. They have reasoning capabilities, can learn skills and have emotions experiencing pain, suffering, sadness and grief and they are even \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] just like we are sometimes. They love to wallow in mud and swish their bodies with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]sand. As their skin is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] to the sun, the mud and sand form a sunscreen of sorts, protecting them from the sun's \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] rays. In the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\], clear stream, the elephants exhibit their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] nature by spraying water over \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] visitors and by lying on their side in the stream.

    A) complex

    B) fast

    C) Simple

    D) uncomplicated

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  • question_answer3)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Elephants are highly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] with relatively large, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]brains. They have reasoning capabilities, can learn skills and have emotions experiencing pain, suffering, sadness and grief and they are even \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] just like we are sometimes. They love to wallow in mud and swish their bodies with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]sand. As their skin is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] to the sun, the mud and sand form a sunscreen of sorts, protecting them from the sun's \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] rays. In the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\], clear stream, the elephants exhibit their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] nature by spraying water over \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] visitors and by lying on their side in the stream.

    A) quick-witted

    B) child-like

    C) Childish

    D) slow - maturing

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  • question_answer4)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Elephants are highly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] with relatively large, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]brains. They have reasoning capabilities, can learn skills and have emotions experiencing pain, suffering, sadness and grief and they are even \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] just like we are sometimes. They love to wallow in mud and swish their bodies with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]sand. As their skin is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] to the sun, the mud and sand form a sunscreen of sorts, protecting them from the sun's \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] rays. In the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\], clear stream, the elephants exhibit their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] nature by spraying water over \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] visitors and by lying on their side in the stream.

    A) depressing

    B) mirthful

    C) depressed

    D) caring

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  • question_answer5)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Elephants are highly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] with relatively large, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]brains. They have reasoning capabilities, can learn skills and have emotions experiencing pain, suffering, sadness and grief and they are even \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] just like we are sometimes. They love to wallow in mud and swish their bodies with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]sand. As their skin is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] to the sun, the mud and sand form a sunscreen of sorts, protecting them from the sun's \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] rays. In the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\], clear stream, the elephants exhibit their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] nature by spraying water over \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] visitors and by lying on their side in the stream.

    A) rocky

    B) fluffy

    C) Grainy

    D) silken

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  • question_answer6)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Elephants are highly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] with relatively large, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]brains. They have reasoning capabilities, can learn skills and have emotions experiencing pain, suffering, sadness and grief and they are even \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] just like we are sometimes. They love to wallow in mud and swish their bodies with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]sand. As their skin is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] to the sun, the mud and sand form a sunscreen of sorts, protecting them from the sun's \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] rays. In the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\], clear stream, the elephants exhibit their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] nature by spraying water over \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] visitors and by lying on their side in the stream.

    A) soft

    B) sensitive

    C) Thick

    D) hard

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  • question_answer7)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Elephants are highly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] with relatively large, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]brains. They have reasoning capabilities, can learn skills and have emotions experiencing pain, suffering, sadness and grief and they are even \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] just like we are sometimes. They love to wallow in mud and swish their bodies with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]sand. As their skin is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] to the sun, the mud and sand form a sunscreen of sorts, protecting them from the sun's \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] rays. In the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\], clear stream, the elephants exhibit their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] nature by spraying water over \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] visitors and by lying on their side in the stream.

    A) copious

    B) lightning

    C) Celestial

    D) harsh

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  • question_answer8)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Elephants are highly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] with relatively large, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]brains. They have reasoning capabilities, can learn skills and have emotions experiencing pain, suffering, sadness and grief and they are even \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] just like we are sometimes. They love to wallow in mud and swish their bodies with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]sand. As their skin is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] to the sun, the mud and sand form a sunscreen of sorts, protecting them from the sun's \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] rays. In the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\], clear stream, the elephants exhibit their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] nature by spraying water over \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] visitors and by lying on their side in the stream.

    A) ample

    B) cool

    C) Flowing

    D) rising

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  • question_answer9)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Elephants are highly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] with relatively large, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]brains. They have reasoning capabilities, can learn skills and have emotions experiencing pain, suffering, sadness and grief and they are even \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] just like we are sometimes. They love to wallow in mud and swish their bodies with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]sand. As their skin is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] to the sun, the mud and sand form a sunscreen of sorts, protecting them from the sun's \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] rays. In the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\], clear stream, the elephants exhibit their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] nature by spraying water over \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] visitors and by lying on their side in the stream.

    A) majestic

    B) youthful

    C) Buoyant

    D) playful

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  • question_answer10)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Elephants are highly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] with relatively large, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\]brains. They have reasoning capabilities, can learn skills and have emotions experiencing pain, suffering, sadness and grief and they are even \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] just like we are sometimes. They love to wallow in mud and swish their bodies with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\]sand. As their skin is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] to the sun, the mud and sand form a sunscreen of sorts, protecting them from the sun's \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] rays. In the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\], clear stream, the elephants exhibit their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] nature by spraying water over \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\] visitors and by lying on their side in the stream.

    A) irritating

    B) unsuspecting

    C) Heedless

    D) timid

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  • question_answer11)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Grandma has Alzheimer's disease. In other words, she is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\].The one \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] symptom of her disease is that her memory is very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\]. She cannot remember things or gets them all \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] up. So she forgets where she has kept things and often will be busy in a \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\] search for them. As much as she cannot remember \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] things, she can recall her \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] days vividly. She rattles off the names of people she knew then and gets my name \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\]. Sometimes she can be very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\].

    A) apathetic

    B) senile

    C) Sensitive

    D) bizarre

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  • question_answer12)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Grandma has Alzheimer's disease. In other words, she is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\].The one \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] symptom of her disease is that her memory is very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\]. She cannot remember things or gets them all \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] up. So she forgets where she has kept things and often will be busy in a \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\] search for them. As much as she cannot remember \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] things, she can recall her \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] days vividly. She rattles off the names of people she knew then and gets my name \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\]. Sometimes she can be very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\].

    A) cheerless

    B) disagreeable

    C) Glaring

    D) credible

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  • question_answer13)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Grandma has Alzheimer's disease. In other words, she is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\].The one \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] symptom of her disease is that her memory is very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\]. She cannot remember things or gets them all \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] up. So she forgets where she has kept things and often will be busy in a \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\] search for them. As much as she cannot remember \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] things, she can recall her \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] days vividly. She rattles off the names of people she knew then and gets my name \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\]. Sometimes she can be very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\].

    A) good

    B) genuine

    C) Excellent

    D) bad

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  • question_answer14)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Grandma has Alzheimer's disease. In other words, she is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\].The one \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] symptom of her disease is that her memory is very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\]. She cannot remember things or gets them all \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] up. So she forgets where she has kept things and often will be busy in a \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\] search for them. As much as she cannot remember \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] things, she can recall her \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] days vividly. She rattles off the names of people she knew then and gets my name \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\]. Sometimes she can be very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\].

    A) confused

    B) arranged

    C) Lined

    D) mixed

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  • question_answer15)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Grandma has Alzheimer's disease. In other words, she is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\].The one \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] symptom of her disease is that her memory is very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\]. She cannot remember things or gets them all \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] up. So she forgets where she has kept things and often will be busy in a \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\] search for them. As much as she cannot remember \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] things, she can recall her \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] days vividly. She rattles off the names of people she knew then and gets my name \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\]. Sometimes she can be very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\].

    A) reluctant

    B) frantic

    C) Elaborate

    D) discreet

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  • question_answer16)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Grandma has Alzheimer's disease. In other words, she is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\].The one \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] symptom of her disease is that her memory is very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\]. She cannot remember things or gets them all \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] up. So she forgets where she has kept things and often will be busy in a \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\] search for them. As much as she cannot remember \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] things, she can recall her \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] days vividly. She rattles off the names of people she knew then and gets my name \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\]. Sometimes she can be very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\].

    A) various

    B) recent

    C) Plain

    D) grand

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  • question_answer17)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Grandma has Alzheimer's disease. In other words, she is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\].The one \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] symptom of her disease is that her memory is very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\]. She cannot remember things or gets them all \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] up. So she forgets where she has kept things and often will be busy in a \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\] search for them. As much as she cannot remember \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] things, she can recall her \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] days vividly. She rattles off the names of people she knew then and gets my name \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\]. Sometimes she can be very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\].

    A) few

    B) complex

    C) Golden

    D) younger

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  • question_answer18)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Grandma has Alzheimer's disease. In other words, she is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\].The one \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] symptom of her disease is that her memory is very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\]. She cannot remember things or gets them all \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] up. So she forgets where she has kept things and often will be busy in a \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\] search for them. As much as she cannot remember \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] things, she can recall her \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] days vividly. She rattles off the names of people she knew then and gets my name \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\]. Sometimes she can be very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\].

    A) correct

    B) changed

    C) Forgotten

    D) wrong

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  • question_answer19)

    Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Grandma has Alzheimer's disease. In other words, she is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\].The one \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] symptom of her disease is that her memory is very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\]. She cannot remember things or gets them all \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] up. So she forgets where she has kept things and often will be busy in a \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\] search for them. As much as she cannot remember \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] things, she can recall her \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] days vividly. She rattles off the names of people she knew then and gets my name \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\]. Sometimes she can be very \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\].

    A) difficult

    B) stubborn

    C) Notorious

    D) dynamic

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  • question_answer20)

    Fill in the blanks with correct options.
    It is ______ to walk in the sand than on the road.

    A) Hard,

    B) harder

    C) The harder

    D) the hardest

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  • question_answer21)

    Fill in the blanks with correct options.
    This parrot is ______ that parrot.

    A) More talkative

    B) talkative

    C) As talkative as

    D) most talkative

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  • question_answer22)

    Fill in the blanks with correct options.
    This summer is ______ of the past four years.

    A) Bad

    B) worse than

    C) More bad

    D) the worst

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  • question_answer23)

    Fill in the blanks with correct options.
    There are many ______ and ______ animals in the garden.

    A) big, small

    B) Bigger, smaller

    C) As big as, as small as

    D) The biggest, the smallest

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  • question_answer24)

    Fill in the blanks with correct options.
    This is a very ______ movie.

    A) Entertaining

    B) As entertaining as

    C) More entertaining

    D) Most entertaining

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  • question_answer25)

    Fill in the blanks with correct options.
    This dress is too ____ to be worn for a simple occasion.

    A) As gaudy as

    B) gaudy

    C) Gaudier

    D) most gaudy

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  • question_answer26)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Motorcycles are considered to be the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] form of transport. It is often described as an \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] mode of transport. Young motorcyclists are therefore the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] on the roads. Furthermore, it is also regarded as a relatively quicker and cheaper way of getting around. Besides, there is the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] factor to be considered. They speed. They jump red lights. They overtake and perform \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] lane change. They think their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] actions are quicker and their driving skills are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] than most. Some of them even think they are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]. They think nothing will happen to them. Compared to the older people, the young are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\].

    A) comfortable

    B) dynamic

    C) Dangerous

    D) economical

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  • question_answer27)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Motorcycles are considered to be the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] form of transport. It is often described as an \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] mode of transport. Young motorcyclists are therefore the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] on the roads. Furthermore, it is also regarded as a relatively quicker and cheaper way of getting around. Besides, there is the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] factor to be considered. They speed. They jump red lights. They overtake and perform \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] lane change. They think their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] actions are quicker and their driving skills are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] than most. Some of them even think they are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]. They think nothing will happen to them. Compared to the older people, the young are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\].

    A) controlled

    B) unprotected

    C) Inexpensive

    D) powerful

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  • question_answer28)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Motorcycles are considered to be the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] form of transport. It is often described as an \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] mode of transport. Young motorcyclists are therefore the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] on the roads. Furthermore, it is also regarded as a relatively quicker and cheaper way of getting around. Besides, there is the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] factor to be considered. They speed. They jump red lights. They overtake and perform \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] lane change. They think their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] actions are quicker and their driving skills are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] than most. Some of them even think they are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]. They think nothing will happen to them. Compared to the older people, the young are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\].

    A) vulnerable

    B) attractive

    C) Competent

    D) flawed

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  • question_answer29)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Motorcycles are considered to be the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] form of transport. It is often described as an \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] mode of transport. Young motorcyclists are therefore the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] on the roads. Furthermore, it is also regarded as a relatively quicker and cheaper way of getting around. Besides, there is the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] factor to be considered. They speed. They jump red lights. They overtake and perform \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] lane change. They think their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] actions are quicker and their driving skills are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] than most. Some of them even think they are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]. They think nothing will happen to them. Compared to the older people, the young are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\].

    A) best experience

    B) young blood

    C) Terrible fight

    D) new possession

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  • question_answer30)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Motorcycles are considered to be the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] form of transport. It is often described as an \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] mode of transport. Young motorcyclists are therefore the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] on the roads. Furthermore, it is also regarded as a relatively quicker and cheaper way of getting around. Besides, there is the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] factor to be considered. They speed. They jump red lights. They overtake and perform \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] lane change. They think their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] actions are quicker and their driving skills are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] than most. Some of them even think they are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]. They think nothing will happen to them. Compared to the older people, the young are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\].

    A) accessible

    B) winding

    C) Indigenous

    D) indiscriminate

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  • question_answer31)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Motorcycles are considered to be the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] form of transport. It is often described as an \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] mode of transport. Young motorcyclists are therefore the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] on the roads. Furthermore, it is also regarded as a relatively quicker and cheaper way of getting around. Besides, there is the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] factor to be considered. They speed. They jump red lights. They overtake and perform \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] lane change. They think their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] actions are quicker and their driving skills are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] than most. Some of them even think they are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]. They think nothing will happen to them. Compared to the older people, the young are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\].

    A) innate

    B) voluntary

    C) Reflex

    D) past

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  • question_answer32)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Motorcycles are considered to be the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] form of transport. It is often described as an \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] mode of transport. Young motorcyclists are therefore the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] on the roads. Furthermore, it is also regarded as a relatively quicker and cheaper way of getting around. Besides, there is the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] factor to be considered. They speed. They jump red lights. They overtake and perform \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] lane change. They think their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] actions are quicker and their driving skills are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] than most. Some of them even think they are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]. They think nothing will happen to them. Compared to the older people, the young are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\].

    A) worse

    B) obsolete

    C) Excellent

    D) better

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  • question_answer33)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Motorcycles are considered to be the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] form of transport. It is often described as an \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] mode of transport. Young motorcyclists are therefore the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] on the roads. Furthermore, it is also regarded as a relatively quicker and cheaper way of getting around. Besides, there is the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] factor to be considered. They speed. They jump red lights. They overtake and perform \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] lane change. They think their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] actions are quicker and their driving skills are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] than most. Some of them even think they are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]. They think nothing will happen to them. Compared to the older people, the young are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\].

    A) invincible

    B) insatiable

    C) Indefensible

    D) victorious

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  • question_answer34)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Motorcycles are considered to be the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] form of transport. It is often described as an \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] mode of transport. Young motorcyclists are therefore the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] on the roads. Furthermore, it is also regarded as a relatively quicker and cheaper way of getting around. Besides, there is the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] factor to be considered. They speed. They jump red lights. They overtake and perform \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] lane change. They think their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] actions are quicker and their driving skills are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] than most. Some of them even think they are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]. They think nothing will happen to them. Compared to the older people, the young are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\].

    A) cautious

    B) religious

    C) Vigilant

    D) reckless

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  • question_answer35)

    Read the passage given below and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions.
    Motorcycles are considered to be the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] form of transport. It is often described as an \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] mode of transport. Young motorcyclists are therefore the most \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] on the roads. Furthermore, it is also regarded as a relatively quicker and cheaper way of getting around. Besides, there is the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] factor to be considered. They speed. They jump red lights. They overtake and perform \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] lane change. They think their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] actions are quicker and their driving skills are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] than most. Some of them even think they are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]. They think nothing will happen to them. Compared to the older people, the young are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\].

    A) introverted

    B) careful

    C) Impulsive

    D) thoughtful

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  • question_answer36)

    In each question, select the option that is a synonym to the given word.
    Amiable

    A) Reachable

    B) suitable

    C) Lovable

    D) capable

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  • question_answer37)

    In each question, select the option that is a synonym to the given word.
    Credible

    A) Detailed

    B) believable

    C) Crucial

    D) casual

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  • question_answer38)

    In each question, select the option that is a synonym to the given word.
    Vigilant

    A) Unsteady

    B) careful

    C) Inattentive

    D) moving

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  • question_answer39)

    In each question, select the option that is a synonym to the given word.
    Versatile

    A) Nomadic

    B) portable

    C) Talented

    D) ignorant

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  • question_answer40)

    In each question, select the option that is a synonym to the given word.
    Dearth

    A) Fatality

    B) scarcity

    C) Cause

    D) importance

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  • question_answer41)

    In each question, select the option that is a synonym to the given word.
    Curt

    A) Abrupt

    B) tactful

    C) Breakable

    D) polite

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  • question_answer42)

    In each question, select the option that is a synonym to the given word.
    Deplete

    A) Empty

    B) protesting

    C) Fought

    D) driven

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  • question_answer43)

    In each question, select the option that is a synonym to the given word.
    Winding

    A) Straight

    B) high

    C) Bending

    D) difficult

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  • question_answer44)

    Select the option that is an antonym to the given word in each question.
    Innate

    A) Internal

    B) prevailing

    C) External

    D) acquired

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  • question_answer45)

    Select the option that is an antonym to the given word in each question.
    Eloquent

    A) Outspoken

    B) inflated

    C) Unimpressive

    D) spoken

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  • question_answer46)

    Select the option that is an antonym to the given word in each question.
    Controlled

    A) Unrestrained

    B) demanding

    C) Inspiring

    D) animating

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  • question_answer47)

    Select the option that is an antonym to the given word in each question.
    Fictional

    A) Imaginary

    B) fashionable

    C) Peaceful

    D) factual

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  • question_answer48)

    Select the option that is an antonym to the given word in each question.
    Mundane

    A) Immaterial

    B) extraordinary

    C) Misleading

    D) mythical

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  • question_answer49)

    Select the option that is an antonym to the given word in each question.
    Obsolete

    A) antiquated

    B) shadowy

    C) Physical

    D) modern

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  • question_answer50)

    Select the option that is an antonym to the given word in each question.
    Sagacious

    A) Factual

    B) Ignorant

    C) learned

    D) impractical

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