DIETCET General English Model Questions

dietcet studentsFollowing is the study material for DIETCET English section. There will be 10 questions from General English in DIETCET examination. The questions will be asked from articles, prepositions, question tags, if clause etc. See the model questions along with answers here:

1. When I had gone (1) to Railway Station (2) , the train had (3) already left (4). Find the error.
1) 1 2) 2 3) 3 4) 4

2. a. A Cardiologist − the heart
b. A Linguist − logic
c. An Ornithologist − birds
d. A Journalist − newspaper
Find the wrongly matched one.
1) a 2) b 3) c 4) d

3. Which one of the following sentences is a wrong sentence?
1) They do this job easily 2) They does this job easily
3) They can do this job easily 4) They will do this job easily

4. If you ....., I will go.
1) comes 2) came 3) come 4) had come

5. Priya is junior ..... me
1) than 2) to 3) rather than 4) rather

6. The passive form of "somebody killed a dog" is
1) A dog has been killed 2) A dog had been killed
3) A dog was killed 4) A dog was being killed

7. It ..... they are happy.
1) seemed 2) is seemed 3) seems 4) has seemed

Read the following passage and answer the given question nos. 8 to 10.


Krishnadevaraya was a great scholar, a brave warrior and a noble king. He always took great care of his people. They too loved their king. They were prosperous, happy and contented. It is said that diamonds were sold in heaps in the streets of Vijayanagaram, the capital of the empire.

8. "They too loved their king". In this sentence, what does the word "they" refer to?
1) the poor people 2) the blind people 3) scholars 4) the people

9. What is the meaning of the word "contented"?
1) happy 2) rich 3) satisfied 4) moral

10. How do you say that the living condition of the people was rich?
1) There were no famines
2) There were industries
3) There were good agriculture fields
4) The diamonds were sold in the streets of the capital city

Answers: 1-1, 2-2, 3-2, 4-3, 5-2, 6-3, 7-3, 8-4, 9-3, 10- 4 .

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