# 8th Class English Interactive English Question Bank

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 Select the options correctly showing the expressions of speakers in the following sentences.
That's terrific! Well, you reap what you sow.

A) Explaining

B) confirming

C) Agreeing

D) appreciating

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Give them a call; you can instantly know the result.

A) Apologising

B) promising

D) claiming

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 Select the options correctly showing the expressions of speakers in the following sentences.
You're making a mountain out of a molehill.

A) Denying

B) protesting

C) Disagreeing

D) scolding

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 Select the options correctly showing the expressions of speakers in the following sentences.
I will try my best not to let you down.

A) Accusing

B) promising

C) Announcing

D) blaming

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 Select the options correctly showing the expressions of speakers in the following sentences. Sania: We decided to relocate to Mumbai. Saina: Congratulations! I am happy for you. I would like to send you a floral basket. Sania: No, it's okay. Don't bother.

A) Denying

B) rejecting

C) Disagreeing

D) declining

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 Select the options correctly showing the expressions of speakers in the following sentences.
You could have at least called me to let me know.

A) Threatening

B) condemning

C) Disapproving

D) blaming

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 Select the options correctly showing the expressions of speakers in the following sentences.
Let's go camping tomorrow.

A) Apologising

B) explaining

D) suggesting

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 Select the options correctly showing the expressions of speakers in the following sentences.
If you keep complaining, you will be taken off the team.

A) Threatening

B) condemning

C) Disapproving

D) blaming

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 Select the options correctly showing the expressions of speakers in the following sentences.
How I wish we had played the football game!

A) Regretting

B) protesting

C) Disagreeing

D) wishing

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 Select the options correctly showing the expressions of speakers in the following sentences.
I wish you had not forgotten to bring the key.

A) Threatening

B) blaming

C) Disapproving

D) wishing

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 Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions. Kiran: Hi, Meera! I haven't seen you $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$. Hope everything is fine $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$. Meera: Yes, everything is fine as usual. $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$, when are you going to retire from your present service? Kiran: I'm now $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$. I retired on the 31st of last month. Meera: How do you feel after your retirement from such a prestigious job? Kiran: $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$. I have started feeling bored just within a fortnight of my retirement. Meera: What are your plans to $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ this boredom?

A) for fleeting time

B) For ages

C) From prehistoric days

D) Since big bang

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 Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions. Kiran: Hi, Meera! I haven't seen you $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$. Hope everything is fine $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$. Meera: Yes, everything is fine as usual. $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$, when are you going to retire from your present service? Kiran: I'm now $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$. I retired on the 31st of last month. Meera: How do you feel after your retirement from such a prestigious job? Kiran: $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$. I have started feeling bored just within a fortnight of my retirement. Meera: What are your plans to $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ this boredom?

B) at the end

C) In the end

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 Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions. Kiran: Hi, Meera! I haven't seen you $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$. Hope everything is fine $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$. Meera: Yes, everything is fine as usual. $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$, when are you going to retire from your present service? Kiran: I'm now $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$. I retired on the 31st of last month. Meera: How do you feel after your retirement from such a prestigious job? Kiran: $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$. I have started feeling bored just within a fortnight of my retirement. Meera: What are your plans to $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ this boredom?

A) Immediately

B) Incidentally

C) Indelibly

D) Irresolutely

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 Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions. Kiran: Hi, Meera! I haven't seen you $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$. Hope everything is fine $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$. Meera: Yes, everything is fine as usual. $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$, when are you going to retire from your present service? Kiran: I'm now $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$. I retired on the 31st of last month. Meera: How do you feel after your retirement from such a prestigious job? Kiran: $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$. I have started feeling bored just within a fortnight of my retirement. Meera: What are your plans to $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ this boredom?

A) a golden bird

B) a caught bird

C) a tired bird

D) a free bird

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 Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions. Kiran: Hi, Meera! I haven't seen you $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$. Hope everything is fine $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$. Meera: Yes, everything is fine as usual. $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$, when are you going to retire from your present service? Kiran: I'm now $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$. I retired on the 31st of last month. Meera: How do you feel after your retirement from such a prestigious job? Kiran: $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$. I have started feeling bored just within a fortnight of my retirement. Meera: What are your plans to $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ this boredom?

A) Generally speaking

B) Duly speaking

C) Truly speaking

D) Fairly speaking

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 Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions. Kiran: Hi, Meera! I haven't seen you $\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}$. Hope everything is fine $\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}$. Meera: Yes, everything is fine as usual. $\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}$, when are you going to retire from your present service? Kiran: I'm now $\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}$. I retired on the 31st of last month. Meera: How do you feel after your retirement from such a prestigious job? Kiran: $\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}$. I have started feeling bored just within a fortnight of my retirement. Meera: What are your plans to $\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}$ this boredom?

A) cry wolf

B) herald in

C) Ward off

D) rise and shine

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 Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions. Mrs. Nita: Hello! $\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}$ Mrs. Rao: Yes, speaking. $\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}$ Mrs. Nita: I am Mrs. Nita, your new neighbor. We recently moved in. Mrs. Rao: $\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}$ Mrs. Nita : I just wanted to know how you get your milk and the newspaper delivered. Mrs. Rao: We get it from the 'Fresh'. I can give you the number if you want. Mrs Nita That would be most kind of you. Mrs Rao: Here is the number; 27876543. $\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}$. Mrs. Nita: Thank you so much for the offer. I'll surely do that. Bye! Mrs. Rao: Bye.

A) May I know whose calling?

C) May I speak to Mrs. Rao, please?

D) I'm looking forward to meeting you.

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 Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions. Mrs. Nita: Hello! $\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}$ Mrs. Rao: Yes, speaking. $\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}$ Mrs. Nita: I am Mrs. Nita, your new neighbor. We recently moved in. Mrs. Rao: $\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}$ Mrs. Nita : I just wanted to know how you get your milk and the newspaper delivered. Mrs. Rao: We get it from the 'Fresh'. I can give you the number if you want. Mrs Nita That would be most kind of you. Mrs Rao: Here is the number; 27876543. $\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}$. Mrs. Nita: Thank you so much for the offer. I'll surely do that. Bye! Mrs. Rao: Bye.

A) What a pleasant surprise!

B) Who are you?

D) May I know whose calling?

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 Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions. Mrs. Nita: Hello! $\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}$ Mrs. Rao: Yes, speaking. $\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}$ Mrs. Nita: I am Mrs. Nita, your new neighbor. We recently moved in. Mrs. Rao: $\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}$ Mrs. Nita : I just wanted to know how you get your milk and the newspaper delivered. Mrs. Rao: We get it from the 'Fresh'. I can give you the number if you want. Mrs Nita That would be most kind of you. Mrs Rao: Here is the number; 27876543. $\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}$. Mrs. Nita: Thank you so much for the offer. I'll surely do that. Bye! Mrs. Rao: Bye.

A) I'm looking forward to meeting you.

B) What can I do for you?

C) I've been hearing from you.

D) It's nice to hear from you.

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 Read the passages that follow and choose the correct options that can replace the underlined portions. Mrs. Nita: Hello! $\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}$ Mrs. Rao: Yes, speaking. $\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}$ Mrs. Nita: I am Mrs. Nita, your new neighbor. We recently moved in. Mrs. Rao: $\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}$ Mrs. Nita : I just wanted to know how you get your milk and the newspaper delivered. Mrs. Rao: We get it from the 'Fresh'. I can give you the number if you want. Mrs Nita That would be most kind of you. Mrs Rao: Here is the number; 27876543. $\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}$. Mrs. Nita: Thank you so much for the offer. I'll surely do that. Bye! Mrs. Rao: Bye.

A) What happened?

C) Please feel free to call if you need anything.

D) Please come right now for a tea party.

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____ at the letter, Harika pushed it aside.

A) Having looking

B) Having glanced

C) Watching

D) Both and

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I have told you so many times, ____?

A) Did I

B) have I

C) Haven?t I

D) isn't it

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What kind of books are these? I ____ read as a child.

A) can

B) didn't use to

C) Should not

D) will not

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She sings well, ____?

A) Isn?t she

B) can't she

C) Won?t she

D) doesn't she

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The factory ____ produce a lot more goods if it was modernised.

A) Must

B) should

C) Could

D) ought to

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I go on a diet. I am getting overweight.

A) May

B) will

C) Could

D) must

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He didn't speak a word, ____?

A) Did he

B) didn't he

C) Was he?

D) has he

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Do you know what time ____ ?

A) Is it

B) has it

C) It is

D) Both and

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I ____ the television to watch the news.

A) Turn up

B) turned up

C) Opened

D) Both and

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I drink ____ tea.

A) Much

B) a lot of

C) More and more

D) None of the above

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