English Objective Group 2 Inter Part 2 Past Paper 2014 Lahore Board

English Objective Group 2 Inter Part 2 Past Paper 2014 Lahore Board

Inter Part 2 Lahore Board 2014

English Compulsory   Paper II Objective Type

Time: 30 Minutes       Marks: 20

Group II

Note: Four possible, answers A, B, C and D to each question are given. The choice which you think is correct, fill that circle in front of that question with Marker or Pen ink. Cutting or filling two or more circles will result in zero mark in that question.

Choose the correct option of the following under-lined words from Book II (Modern Prose and Heroes) Part 2

  • The anticipation was always worse than reality.

(A) Exception (B) Expectation (C) Corruption (D) Removal

  • The policeman looked suspicious.

(A) Obnoxious (B) Doubtful (C) Certain (D) Clear

  • We are more critical than our ancestors.

(A) Children B) Wives (C) Forefathers (D) Neighbors

 

Choose the correct option of the following under-lined words from Book II ( Modern Prose and Heroes ) Part 2

  • Experiments gave way to the next.

(A) Fight (B) Discourage (C) Attempt (D) Surrender

  • Week by week little encounters

(A) Discussions (B) Openings (C) Fights (D) Meetings

  • The writer put a blot and a few smudges on the paper.

(A) Drawings (B) Marks (C) Words (D) Ticks

 

Choose the correct option of the following under-lined words from the novel Goodbye Mr. Chips

  • Chips remembered dynasty upon dynasty of masters.

(A) Crowd (B) Meeting (C) Line (D) Class

  • Wickett’s house was ugly and pretentious.

(A) Wide (B) Dirty (C) Showy (D) Odd

  • Chips said that he knew the dilatoriness of Gregson.

(A) Knowledge (B) Ignorance (C) Slowness (D) Activity

  • There were tumultuous

(A) Loud (B) Low (C) Expected (D) Rejected

 

Choose the correct option of appropriate prepositions

  • I prefer tea ….. coffee.

(A) In (B) To (C) From (D) Off

  • He is fit …… this job.

(A) At (B) In (C) To (D) For

  • Beware …… pickpockets.

(A) To (B) From (C) Of (D) At

  • He was shivering….. cold.

(A) From (B) Of (C) At (D) With

  • He is blind….. one eye.

(A) Of (B) From (C) With (D) In

 

Four options A, B, C and D are given at the end of every sentence. Only one of them is correct. Choose the correct option

  • I have many works to do.

(A) I have many work to do. (B) I have a lot of works to do. (C) I have much works to do. (D) I have much work to do.

  • He disposed off the case.

(A) He disposed for the case. (B) He disposed of the case. (C) He disposed on the case. (D) He disposed from the case.

  • She lays in bed yesterday.

(A) She lay in bed yesterday (B) She lied in bed yesterday. (C) She had laid in bed yesterday. (D) She laid in bed yesterday.

  • He you and I told the news.

(A) You he and I told the news. (B) He, I and you told the news. (C) I, he and you told the news. (D) You, I and he told the news.

  • The both girls are tall.

(A) Both girls are tall. (B) The both of girls are tall. (C) Both the girls are tall. (D) Both of the girls are tall.

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