Acio grade ii executive 19th feb 2021

ACIO Grade II Executive 19th Feb 2021

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ACIO Grade II Executive

19th Feb 2021

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

 

Select the most appropriate option to fill in the blank.
The owner of the house was _____ at the watchman for letting in a stranger.

Options

1. indifferent
2. indignant
3. impatient
4. indulgent

Ans — 2

Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
“The last straw”

Options

1. The final event in a series of unacceptable actions
2. To politely ask for someone’s full attention
3. Make all possible efforts
4. Unable to understand

Ans — 1

The given sentences have been jumbled up. Arrange these sentences in a meaningful
order.
P. there had already been abundant rainfall in Delhi
Q. it was a tragic end of summer
R. a strong wind began to blow and the rain came causing havoc all around
S. one day, a cyclonic storm hit the region

Options

1. QPSR
2. PSRQ
3. RPSQ
4. SRPQ

Ans — 2

Fill in the blank with the most appropriate option.
She decided to ______ her right to the ancestral property as she wanted to avoid
conflict.

Options

1. sign for
2. sign with
3. sign away
4. sign in

Ans — 3

Given below are four parts of a sentence which are jumbled. Pick the option that gives
their correct order to make a grammatically correct, meaningful sentence.
A. my attention was drawn towards a huge crowd that was forcing its way
B. and I decided to stop in order to cover the story for my newspaper
C. in the direction of a popular cinema hall
D. as I reached the Metro station

Options

1. ABCD
2. DCAB
3. DACB
4. CADB

Ans — 3

Fill in the blank with the appropriate word.
It is a general rule of formal E-mails that they eliminate any kind of _______________.
1. diabolism
2. colloquialism
3. evangelism
4. paternalism

Ans — 2

Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given
sentence. In case no substitution is needed, select ‘No substitution required’.
It is ironical that the students had to be punished because of a report submitted by a teacher who himself was not above suspicion.

1. ironicism
2. No substitution required
3. ironically
4. irony

Ans — 2

Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
“Get up on the wrong side of the bed”

Options

1. To move beyond something that is bothering you
2. Not having a good night’s sleep
3. Working hours from about 12:00 am to 8.00 pm
4. Someone who is having a horrible day

Ans — 4

Select the most appropriate meaning of the underlined idiom in the given sentence.
Have you seen Claire lately? She’s become as thin as a stick in the last six months!

Options

1. Full of enthusiasm
2. To be suspicious
3. Be extremely weak
4. Extremely skinny

Ans – 4

Fill in the blank with the most appropriate option.
Speaking ______ is sometimes considered a virtue especially when the speaker has an
important point to make.

Options

1. out of hand
2. out of control
3. out of date
4. out of turn

Ans –. 4

Select the word that is opposite in meaning (ANTONYM) to the word given below.
Desolate

Options

1. Populous
2. Distressed
3. Untenanted
4. Empty

Ans — 1

Out of all the alternatives given, select the word which closely fits the given
idiom/phrase.
The best of both worlds

Options

1. An event that happens infrequently.
2. To enjoy two different opportunities at the same time.
3. Understand something complicated.
4. Producing similar results

Ans — 2

Identify the segment in the sentence which contains a grammatical error.
Starting with cleaning the kitchen, Reema created a task list of all the odd jobs that
were to do around the house.

Options

1. Reema created a task list
2. Starting with cleaning the kitchen,
3. to do around the house.
4. of all the odd jobs that were

Ans — 3

Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given
sentence. In case no substitution is needed, select ‘No substitution required’.
There always have been a sizeable influx of immigrants from Mexico into America.

Options

1. were always been
2. has always been
3. No substitution required
4. is always being

Ans — 2

Select the most appropriate ‘one word’ for the expressions given below.
The quality or action of being extremely generous.

Options

1. Reticence
2. Munificence
3. Nascence
4. Convalescence

Ans — 2

Four words are given, out of which only one word is spelt correctly.

Choose the word with the correct spelling.

Options

1. Fortuitius
2. Fortuious
3. Fortuitous
4. Fortoitus

Ans — 3

Given below are four parts of a sentence which are jumbled. Pick the option that gives
their correct order to make a grammatically correct, meaningful sentence.
A. cultivating positive mental states
B. I think that
C. like kindness and compassion definitely leads to
D. better psychological health and happiness

Options

1. ACBD
2. BACD
3. BDCA
4. BCAD

Ans — 3

The sentence below has been divided into three parts. Select the part of the sentence
that has an error. If the sentence has no error, select the option ‘No Error’.

1. The radiation leak from the nuclear accident
2. at Chernobyl effected the environment
3. and the surroundings irreparably.
4. No error

Ans — 2

Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
Start from scratch

Options

1. To decide quickly without a thought
2. To be unsuccessful
3. To take advantage of something
4. To begin from the very beginning

Ans — 4

Identify the segment in the sentence which contains a grammatical error.
Always on the lookout for opportunities, Arun never shirked away from new assignments.

Options

1. Always on the lookout
2. from new assignments.
3. for opportunities,
4. Arun never shirked away

Ans —– 4