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Choose the most suitable title for the passage:
Choose a word that can be used instead of the phrase “sudden proliferation”-
Which of the following statements is valid?
“Life expectancy” means –
Which statement is false?
Choose the correct spelling.
Choose the noun form of ‘Transcend’
Their mutual teasing seemed ____, but in fact it ___ a long standing hostility.
Travellers __ their reservation well in advance if they want to visit the St. Martins island.
When he was young, he –– to be a doctor.
Our classroom was dirty. No one ––it for weeks.
He ___ in at eight o’clock last night.
Nazrul –– more than one hundred songs.
I am not accustomed ______ .
Rahim entered the room, sat down, and ____ his book.
It costs about thirty dollars to have a tooth ____.
Choose the correct sentence:
Choose the correct sentence: A. The prince was made step down by the general.
Choose the correct sentence: A. We had hoped that he would stay longer.
“Fish out of water” means–
“Call in question” means––
‘Between two fires’ means –
The intellectual can no longer be said to live __ the margins of society.
Choose the correct translation of
State in which the few govern the many___
I ––– this movie five times
––––– had the restaurant opened than people were flocking to eat there.
It’s time___ your mistake.
Water ––––– at 100 degree Celsius.
My friend –– before you came.
Choose the SYNONYM : AVER
Choose the ANTONYM: GERMANE
Choose the ANTONYM: INEPT
Choose the ANTONYM: CALLOUS
Choose the ANTONYM: SHABBY
Choose the ANTONYM: SANGUINE
Choose the ANTONYM: AVARICE
Choose the ANTONYM: OBLITERATE
Choose the ANTONYM: CLUMSY
Choose the ANTONYM: VAGUE
Choose the ANTONYM: INCESSANT