January 21, 2014

DIETCET Model Questions - General English

General English is a part of the DIETCET question paper in Andhra Pradesh. Here are some model questions for the DIETCET entrance. Answers are given at the end of these questions.

Choose the right option to fill in the blanks.
1. If I were a bird, I .....
1) will fly 2) would fly
3) would have flown 4) will flew

2. I would be greateful ...
1) if you arrange the meeting next week.
2) if you could arrange the meeting next week.
3) if you will arrange the meeting next week.
4) if you could have been arranged the meeting next week.

3. Find out the incorrect statement.
1) If you shoot me, I'll die.
2) If I'd been hungry, I would have eaten something.
3) I wouldn't buy that coat if I were you.
4) If you'll shoot me, I'll die.

4. If I were you, I can not have granted him any permission. (Choose the correct option to replace the underlined part)
1) didn't have granted
2) would not granted
3) would not have been granted
4) would not have granted
5. If ...., you can go to the Gir National Park.

(Choose the correct option to fill in the blank)

1) you want to see lions,
2) you wanted to saw lions,
3) you had wanted to see lions,
4) you are wanting to see lions,

6. Find out the correct sentence from the following
1) If I would know her name, I'll tell you.
2) If I knew her name, I would tell you.
3) If I will knew her name, I will tell you.
4) If I have known the name, I would be telling you.

7. Rita often goes to concerts at the town hall, although not to every one. There was one on Saturday, but she didn't know about it. (Select the right comment deals with the above situation)
1) Rita might have gone to the concert if she had known about it.
2) Rita will have gone to the concert if she had known about it.
3) Rita had gone to the concert if she would known about it.
4) Rita might gone to the concert if she had known about it.

8. Unless the boundary dispute is solved, the two countries cannot live in peace. (Trace out the right option that matches with the above sentence in meaning)
1) If the boundary dispute is solved, the two countries cannot live in peace.
2) If the boundary dispute is solved, the two countries could lived in peace.
3) If the boundary dispute is not solved, the two countries cannot live in peace.
4) If the boundary dispute was solved the two countries could have been lived in peaceful.

9. You can't take a photo because you haven't got your camera. (at the Red Fort, Delhi) (Select the appropriate option that expresses your feeling)
1) If I had my camera, I could take a photo.
2) If I have my camera, I could take a photo.
3) If I could have my camera, I could have taken a photo.
4) If there is a camera, I could have took a photo.

10. There was a bomb scare last night. Yasin wanted to fly to London, but he wasn't able to. The airport was closed. (Select the appropriate comment from the following that deals with this situation).
1) Yasin have flown to London if the airport hadn't been closed.
2) Yasin could have flown to London if the airport hadn't been closed.
3) Yasin would have flown to London if the airport had been open.
4) 2 or 3

Key: 1-2; 2-2; 3-4; 4-4; 5-1; 6-2; 7-1; 8-3; 9-1; 10-4.

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