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32nd BCS Preliminary Exam English Questions With Solve

(PSC examination in Bangladesh, BCS exam question solve, BCS question paper English part answers) 32nd BCS Exam English questions and answers are given below:

1) To ‘raise ones brows’ indicate……..( Surprise)
2) The sentence ‘ who would have thought Shylock was so unkind’ express…….(interrogation)

Choose the meaning of the given expression:
3) A bird in hand is worth two in the bush. ( Take what you have get readily available rather than expecting better in future.
4) ‘No news is good news’…….(It is likely that nothing bad has happened)
Choose the pair of words that express a relationship (Analogy)
5) Word: Writer : : Butter : Baker
6) Patron: Support : : Counselor: Advice
7) Heart : Human :: Engine: Car

Identify the incorrect word/ Phrase (errors are marked as red)
8) Every man or women should vote for the candidate of their choice.
9) A doctor may be able to diagnose a problem perfect but he may not be able to find a drug to which the patient will respond.
10) According to experts a good way to  improve listening skills is by watch television.

Choose the word/phrase that best retains the meaning of the underlined word in given sentence.
11) What may be considered courteous  in one culture may be arrogant in another. …(Gracious)
12) Despite being a brilliant scientist, he does not seem to get his ideas across. (make his ideas understood)
Choose a suitable word/phrase to fill in the blanks of the given sentences:
13) After food has been dried or canned …..for later consumption. (It should be stored)
14) Travelers……. Their reservation will in advance if they want to visit the St. Martins island (had better get)

Choose the correct Synonym
15) “Extempore”- Impromptu
16) ‘Menacing’ – Alarming
17) Oblige’ – Censure
18) ‘Cynical’ – Liberal

Select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of given sentence:
19) ‘We were no more surprised than Rahman’ …( We were as surprised as Rahman)

20) ‘Not once has our neighbor invited us into his house.’ (Our neighbor has invited us into his house not once but many times)
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