Verbal Reasoning Questions and Answers

Verbal Reasoning questions assess your ability to spell words correctly, use accurate grammar, understand analogies, read and comprehend written information etc. You will be presented with short passages of text, which you’ll be required to interpret and then answer questions. Verbal Reasoning questions and answers are typically in the ‘True, False, Cannot Say’ multiple-choice format, although there are a range of alternatives too.

Practise with our Verbal Resoning test questions to help you know what to expect, improve your speed and confidence and be really prepared for the actual test.

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1.

In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are given alternatives to the bold and italicised part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option 'D' as the answer.

Due to these reasons, we are all in favour of universal compulsory education.

A.

Out of these reasons

B.

For these reasons

C.

By these reasons

D.

No improvement

Correct answer is B

No explanation has been provided for this answer.

2.

In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are given alternatives to the bold and italicised part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option 'D' as the answer.

He died in the year 1960 at 11pm on 14 July.

A.

on 14 July in the year 1960 at 11pm

B.

in the year 1960 on 14 July at 11pm

C.

at 11pm on 14 July in the year 1960

D.

No improvement

Correct answer is C

No explanation has been provided for this answer.

3.

In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are given alternatives to the bold and italicised part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option 'D' as the answer.

I shall not go until I am invited.

A.

till I am invited

B.

unless I am invited

C.

if not I am invited

D.

No improvement

Correct answer is B

No explanation has been provided for this answer.

4.

In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are given alternatives to the bold and italicised part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option 'D' as the answer.

This telephone number is not existing.

A.

has not existed

B.

does not exist

C.

has not been existing

D.

No improvement

Correct answer is B

No explanation has been provided for this answer.

5.

In the question given below, a part of the sentence is in bold and italicised. Below are given alternatives to the bold and italicised part which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed, choose option 'D' as the answer.

I have lived in Delhi since I was four.

A.

am living

B.

lived

C.

had lived

D.

No improvement

Correct answer is D

No explanation has been provided for this answer.