This is a Sample Paper based on Higher Level English for Entrance Exams like Bank PO and Management Trainees. Try to attempt any many questions as you can in the suggested time.

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**Questions: 100**

**Suggested Time: 60 Min**

**Directions (Q 1-10):** Pick out the synonym of the lead word in each case.

**1. ANODYNE**

1. annihilated 2. soothing 3. eidolon 4. not necessary

**2. AMBROSIA**

1. poison 2. plentiful 3. scarcity 4. elixir

**3. AMULET**

1. symbol 2. charm 3. hole 4. none of these

**4. ASSUAGE**

1. scare 2. allay 3. enhance 4. surrender

**5. ACCLIVITY**

1. declivity 2. proclivity 3. upwards 4. slanting

**6. APHASIA**

1. garrulity 2. loquacity 3. reticence 4. remembrance

**7. ANNUL**

1. encourage 2. commiserate 3. mummify 4. rescind

**8. APOTHECARY**

1. doctor 2. hunter 3. vagabond 4. pharmacist

**9. AU** **REVOIR**

1. welcome 2. appellation 3. good-bye 4. superb

**10.** **APLOMB**

1. poise 2. diffidence 3. circuitous 4. tumult

**Directions (Q 11-20):**Pick out the antonym of the lead word in each case.

**11. AMELIORATE**

1. enervate 2. deteriorate 3. stultify 4. none of these

**12. ASININE**

1. brilliant 2. vulpine 3. feline 4. leonine

**13. APPARITION**

1. real 2. unreal 3. joint 4. enhancement

**14. SANGUINE**

1. red 2. morose 3. suffering 4. approaching

**15. SAGGY**

1. taut 2. sagacious 3. delinquent 4. developing

**16. SURLY**

1. curly 2. amazon 3. bilious 4. pugilist

**17. SOPHISTRY**

1. polemics 2. urbanity 3. pertinence 4. didactics

**18. SOBRIQUET**

1. snout 2. cognomen 3. genuine 4. bouquet

**19. SUFFRAGE**

1. suffering 2. celibacy 3. forestry 4. franchise

**20. SATED**

1. suave 2. inadept 3. contented 4. ruffled up

**Directions (Q 21-25): **Pick out the best analogy in each case.

**21. ASSORTED: SEBACEOUS**

1. firm: supple 2. sultry: azure 3. subaltern: hoi polloi 4. stratified: layered

**22. ANACONDA: SERPENTINE**

1. ape: simian 2. cat: asinine 3. milk: cutaneous 4. amen: amenine

**23. SALACIOUS: SCANDALOUS**

1. piquant: bland 2. sylvan: urban 3. sham: veracious 4. sultry: humid

**24. SENTENTIOUS: SUMMARY**

1. senile: dotage 2. abrasive: praise 3. ablutions: dirt 4. avaricious: truthful

**25. AVUNCULAR: UNCLE**

1. salubrious: climate 2. annotation: anthology 3. screech: scrub 4. stately: king

**Directions (Q 26-30):** Pick out the word with incorrect spellings in each case.

**26.** 1. apotheosize 2. abjure 3. appelate 4. apiary

**27.** 1. sanctimionious 2. sepulchral 3. spectre 4. Samaritan

**28.** 1. alveolar 2. apnea 3. autoarchy 4. anarchy

**29.** 1. silviculture 2. Socratic 3. somnambulism 4. sinuous

**30.** 1. suffused 2. sandwitched 3. sayonara 4. surmise

**Directions (Q 31-40):** Mentally unjumble the following words so as to arrange them in the right order and tell which letter comes at the last of the word so formed

**31.** N I M A N R E S V O I N A D

**32.** T S I E Y A B R

**33.** E I M Y T S

**34.** E C I P S S U O

**35.** S U O I M S B A E T

**36.** O A T R I D

**37.** G A I N R R A

**38**. S H I U Q U A E M

**39.** B A R L A E

**40.** D A M U D E N D

**Directions (Q 41-50):** Fill in the blanks with suitable choices out of those given after each word.

**41.** The article written by the philosopher was so **______** that I could not get a thing out of it.

1. avuncular 2. adroit 3. apposite 4. abstruse

**42.** The language used by you must be easily understandable by all if you wish to reach out to the common man, it must not be **______** .

1. stultified 2. stilted 3. supplicate 4. surly

**43.** Nobody expected him to win, yet he scraped through, it must have been some **______** on his part.

1. artifice 2. arroyo 3. attenuation 4. avarice

**44.** Her **______** manners in the face of difficulty impressed me most of all.

1. sacrilegious 2. sangfroid 3. supernumerary 4. surrogate

**45.** Such legal **______** is pretty common, in when the truth is shown as the utmost wrong and vice-versa.

1. skepticism 2. surreptitiousness 3. skullduggery 4. acme

**46.** He was a teetotaller and strictly believed in observing **_____**

1. sanguinary 2. sentry 3. sobriety 4. succulence

**47.** The child looked very **______** and its innocent pranks endeared it to everyone in the house.

1. seraphic 2. sedulous 3. specious 4. staunch

**48.** Indira Gandhi was the most **______** speaker I had ever heard until I came to know Atal Behari Vajpayee.

1. artless 2. arcane 3. articulate 4. accoutred

**49.** Such an **______** meeting I never expected to take place.

1. adventitious 2. audacious 3. serene 4. supernal

**50.** It does not look **______** if you do not go there on such a solemn occasion.

1. sabbatical 2. salubrious 3. senile 4. seemly

**Directions (Q 51-60):** Pick out the synonym of the lead word in each case.

**51. ARTLESS**

1. lacking art 2. boring 3. dexterous 4. innocent

**52. SUPERNAL**

1. superb 2. eternal 3. chimerical 4. trash

**53. SUBTERFUGE**

1. underground 2. legerdemain 3. joining 4. separation

**54. SABBATICAL**

1. clergy-related 2. study leave 3. ecumenical 4. narrow

**55. ADMONISH**

1. admire 2. take back 3. reprimand 4. encourage

**56. ADVERT**

1. insinuate 2. eulogize 3. scold 4. lucky

**57. SUPERCILIOUS**

1. haughty 2. modest 3. truthful 4. voracious

**58. ACRID**

1. aromatic 2. pungent 3. sonorous 4. pulchritudinous

**59. SCOURGE**

1. nemesis 2. secure 3. suffering 4. suffrage

**60. ANNIHILATE**

1. destroy 2. wither 3. tolerate 4. exterminate

**Directions (Q 61-70):** Pick out the antonym of the lead word in each case.

**61. SYBARITE**

1. ascetic 2. conceited 3. chilling 4. sultry

**62. SURMOUNT**

1. overcome 2. surrender 3. get off 4. remonstrate

**63. ACCENTUATE**

1. extenuate 2. attenuate 3. supplicate 4. slanting

**64. SQUEAMISH**

1. cordial 2. juxtaposed 3. quixotic 4. queasy

**65. ABSTEMIOUS**

1. parsimonious 2. abstinent 3. Epicurean 4. Samaritan

**66. SMUG**

1. contented 2. discontented 3. cool 4. hot

**67. AGNOSTIC**

1. atheist 2. touching 3. unsure 4. sure

**68. ARRAIGN**

1. answer 2. exonerate 3. covet 4. demit

**69. SALUBRIOUS**

1. salutary 2. negative 3. stratified 4. wayward

**70. SPORADIC**

1. intermittent 2. weekly 3. continuous 4. contumacious

**Directions (Q 71-75):** Pick out the best analogy in each case.

**71. SOPHOMORE: ADEPT**

1. sophisticated: clumsy 2. intern: veteran 3. apiary: aviary 4. inane: pertinent

**72. SUBLIMINAL: ABSTRUSE**

1. encomium: eclectic 2. recondite: reconnaissance 3. subconscious: arcane 4. none of these

**73. SERENDIPITY: DESCRY**

1. meticulous: plan 2. surrogate: suborn 3. deviancy: delinquency 4. veracity: plenty

**74. SANGFROID: SURLY**

1. abrogate: renounce 2. rescind: repeal 3. aromatic: acrid 4. adventitious s: lucky

**75. SIMILE: SULLIED**

1. halcyon: veracious 2. appellation: title 3. sensual: sensuous 4. subjugate: vanquish

**Directions (Q 76-90):** Pick out the word with incorrect spellings in each case.

**76.** 1. adumberate 2. adduce 3. adulterate 4. adjudicator

**77.** 1. ancillary 2. anecedote 3. anguine 4. annuity

**78.** 1. annotate 2. annul 3. anneel 4. anoint

**79.** 1. squall 2. sputter 3. squailid 4. stallion

**80.** 1. suasion 2. subrogation 3. sucide 4. suite

**81.** 1. somersault 2. superfluous 3. supererogation 4. sovereignity

**82.** 1. syanagogue 2. synergism 3. strut 4. stubble

**83.** 1. stodgy 2. statueseque 3. stentorian 4. stereochiometry

**84.** 1. splurge 2. spitoon 3. spondylitis 4. spontaneity

**85.** 1. splutter 2. sepulchral 3. sphygmomanometre 4. spermatozoa

**86.** 1. adversary 2. aetiology 3. aeronautics 4. affronted

**87.** 1. assiduous 2. agnomen 3. anaemia 4. aservate

**88.** 1. animadevrt 2. anomaly 3. animous 4. antediluvian

**89.** 1. antithetical 2. anthropomorphism 3. antilope 4. antenatal

**90.** 1. aperception 2. apostasy 3. apprentice 4. apposition

**Directions (Q 91-95):** Mentally unjumble the following words so as to arrange them in the right order and tell which letter comes at the last of the word so formed

**91.** P O R O S A P

**92.** P A P S R I E

**93.** C I D A S M P S O

**94.** X I H P S N

**95.** T E I P S

**Directions (Q 96-100):** Fill in the blanks with suitable choices out of those given after each word.

**96.** His ______ tastes often led to his being dubbed as a maverick.

1. sovereign 2. sartorial 3. sobriquet 4. soporific

**97.** However sacred a person, may be, but he must not be **______**__

1. sanctimonious 2. slithering 3. sickly 4. skittish

**98.** He was very scared of his father and therefore tried to **______**__ himself.

1. sire 2. soliloquize 3. shrug 4. skulk

**99.** The achievements made in the field of science during the last century were **______**__ indeed, not a fraction of this progress had been made in the 19 centuries preceding it.

1. Seminal 2. Semitic 3. Simian 4. seething

**100.** Most of the stories regarding the miracles performed by various religious prophets are **______**__ , there is no historical evidence to support them.

1. apocalyptic 2. antediluvian 3. apocryphal 4. aphasic

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