English Grammar & General Knowledge MCQs

English Grammar & General Knowledge MCQs

Dad is trying to put ……………………… a fence around the garden.
a. up
b. out
c. over
d. None

The exam has been put ……
a. away
b. down
c. off (To put off an exam is to postpone it.)
d. in

The police failed to put ………. the riots.
a. off
b. out
c. down (To put down a riot is to end it by force.)
d. up

I don’t like it when you put me ……. in front of my colleagues.
a. down (To put somebody down is to criticize them.)
b. out
c. off
d. for

Criminals who pose a threat to the society should be put …..
a. out
b. away (To put somebody away is to confine them in a prison.)
c. off
d. in

He can put ………………….. gallons of Coke.
a. out
b. in
c. away (To put away is to consume food or drink in large quantities.)
d. for

He has few reasons to quit, ….?
a. hasn’t he
b. has he ( Clauses with little and few are followed by affirmative question tags)
c. does he

You seldom work on Saturdays,……?
a. do you (We use an affirmative tag after negative expressions like seldom, hardly or rarely.)
b. don’t you
c. did you

Do we need ………………………… seats on the train?
a. reserve
b. to reserve (When need is used as an ordinary verb, it is followed by a to-infinitive.)
c. Either could be used here

You ………. be Anna’s sister you look just like her.
a. can
b. must
c. will

The kitchen ought to ……….these days.
a. paint
b. be painted (Somebody has to paint the kitchen. So we use a passive infinitive here.)
c. be painting

She threw a glass at me, but ……
a. missed (To miss is to fail to contact somebody.
b. lacked
c. lost

Is there anything that I need to get ……….. the party?
a. for
b. to

A barometer is used…. height above sea level.
A.to measure
B. for measuring (We can use for to express the purpose of a thing especially when that thing is the subject of the clause.)

He came to Lahore…… for work.
a. to look (We use the infinitive to express a person’s purpose.)
b. for looking

We send monthly reports …… parents can assess the progress of their children.
a. so that
b. for
c. to
d. so

Filth ?
a. good
b. fame
c. dirt
d. spirit

The hadal zone begins at what depth? –
a. 500 Meters
b. 1000 Meters
c. 10,000 Meters
d. 20,000 Meters

What percentage of the ocean’s volume is in coastal zones?
a. 05%
b.10%
c. 50%
d. 75%

Ireland is bounded by which ocean?
a. Indian
b. Pacific
c. Southern Ocean
d. Atlantic

Which ocean surrounds Africa on the east side?
a. Indian
b. Pacific
c. Southern Ocean
d. Atlantic

Which ocean is the Coral Sea part of ?
a. Indian Ocean
b. Atlantic
c. Arctic
d. Pacific

The “Ring of Fire” is a string of volcanoes in and around what ocean? –
a. Indian Ocean
b. Atlantic
c. Arctic
d. Pacific

Allahabad famous for Allam Iqbal’s Address located in which Indian state ?
a. Uttar Pradesh
b. Punjab
c. Haryana
d. Gujarat

The last Governor of the undivided Punjab?
a. Sir Herbert William Emerson
b. Sikandar Hayat Khan
c. Sir Edward Douglas Maclagan
D. Sir Evan Jenkins

Who first time announced in Urdu “This is Pakistan Broadcasting Service” at the time of creation of Pakistan?
A. Ishfaq Ahmed
b. Mustafa Ali Hamdani
c. Anwar Masood
d. Zahoor Azar

Who first time announced in English “This is Pakistan Broadcasting Service” at the time of creation of Pakistan?
A. Ishfaq Ahmed
b. Mustafa Ali Hamdani
c. Anwar Masood
d. Zahoor Azar

Jinnah meet Lord Mountbatten first time:
a. April 5, 1947
b. May 16, 1947
c. July 27, 1947
d. 11 August 1947

Which airline helped movement of 35000 people from Pakistan to India between Oct. 20 to Nov. 30, 1947? (The same airline also moved 7000 Muslim Govt. officials and the families from Delhi to Pakistan)
A. Eastern Airways
B. West Atlantic UK
C. British Overseas Airways Corporation
D. Capital Air Services

Who laid down foundation stone of Quaid’s Mosulem.
A. Liaqat Ali Khan
B. Ayub khan 
C. Feroz Khan Noon
D. Molvi Tameez u din

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