English Fill Ups Set 30

0
541
fill ups

English Fill Ups Set 30

We are here with English fill in the blank questions which have become very important with change in pattern of competitive exams. Fill up questions are being regularly asked in all competitive examinations.

In each of the following sentence, there are two blank spaces. Below each sentence, there are five options and each blank is to be filled with the pair of words given below to make the sentence correct. Fill up the sentences with the correct word.
Q1. (l) However, he exuded confidence that no such …………… would unsettle him as he enjoyed the people’s support and because he never behaved in a manner that made them suspect his credibility.
(ll) Mr. Naidu claimed to be the only Chief Minister who openly challenged the authority of the Central government as it ……………. went back on the promises.
(a) conspiracy, blatantly
(b) honesty, secretly
(c) truthfulness, shamefully
(d) loyalty, simply
(e) None of the Above
Q2. (l) The idea of holding …………………. elections to the Lok Sabha and the State Assemblies appears to have caught the imagination of the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government at the Centre.
(ll) The Commission has released a three-page summary of its draft working paper, setting out the ………………… that may be required in the Constitution and electoral laws.
(a) continued, damage
(b) preceding, change
(c) simultaneous, amendments
(d) following, remedy
(e) None of the Above
Q3. (l) They argue that poverty is an important ……………… of a country’s development on its own.
(ll) This is an important ……………….to have made, for we can see from the histories of different parts of the world that the relationship between the movements in poverty and inequality is not unique.
(a) content, force
(b) gauge, action
(c) indicator, intervention
(d) guide, mediation
(e) None of the Above
 
Q4. (l) The other facts sought to be canvassed before the court appear to be more ………………… than based on concrete statistical data.
(ll) Thus, there appears to be little evidence that the Act is being ……………. misused.
(a) scientific, steadily
(b) irregular, slowly
(c) wandering, unaccordingly
(d) anecdotal, rampantly
(e) None of the Above
 
Q5. (l) Tahira Begum, all of eight years old, is confident that she is mentally and physically tough enough for the ……………. trek across the Pir Panjal mountain range.
(ll) They might be skilled at managing the ………………. of nature, but the challenges posed by militancy are something else altogether, and the community has often been caught in the crossfire.
(a) exciting, humor
(b) arduous, vagaries
(c) effortless, quirk
(d) facile, havoc
(e) None of the Above