DXC Verbal Ability Questions And Answers

DXC Verbal Ability MCQs : This section focuses on "Verbal Ability" for DXC Exam. These Verbal Ability MCQs are asked in previous DXC placements/recruitment exams and will help you to prepare for upcoming DXC drives.

1. Fill in the Blanks with correct choice : Take this medicine and you will get rid____ the bad cold.

A. Of
B. Over
C. At
D. From

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2. What is the synonym for ERRONEOUS

A. Enormous
B. Wrong
C. Eraded
D. Weak

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3. John's father reminded him to take his umbrella.

A. John's father said, "Remember your umbrella John ?"
B. "Here, is your umbrella John," said his father.
C. "Are you going to take your umbrella or not ?" said John to his father.
D. "Don't forget to take your umbrella, John" said his father.

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4. Fill in the Blanks with correct Articles : Let us play ___________ chess

A. No Article
B. a
C. an
D. the

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5. Find the error in below givens series :
The school is
(a) The school is
(b) within hundred yards
(c) from my house
(d) No error

A. The school is
B. within hundred yards
C. from my house
D. No error

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6. Choose the correct alternative of the sentence from given sentences : It is high time he would started earning.

A. It is high time he started earning
B. It is high time he starting to earn
C. It is high time, he should now start earning
D. None of these

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7. Select the word which is OPPOSITE in the meaning of the given word: MITIGATE

A. Abate
B. Allay
C. Alleviate
D. Aggravate

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8. Fill in the blanks : It was very kind of you to ______ the invitation as the chief guest for the meeting

A. except
B. accept
C. concur
D. comply

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9. Fill in the Blanks with correct choice:  Pratima and I had gone out for shopping and she liked a dress but had no money. So I had to ______ her some money.

A. Owe
B. Lend
C. Borrow
D. Give

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10. Select the option that is most nearly OPPOSITE in meaning to the given word : He was AMENABLE to the whole situation knowing when it was his mistake.

A. Uncooperative
B. Persuadable
C. Biddable
D. Docile

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