From the list of words lettered A to D, choose the one that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word underlined in each sentence.

 7%

Question 1 of 15

1. I must consent to this proposal.

BECE 2001

Question 1 of 15

Question 2 of 15

2. The lawyer supported his argument with copious evidence.

BECE 2010

Question 2 of 15

Question 3 of 15

3. Judges are expected to be impartial.

BECE 2008

Question 3 of 15

Question 4 of 15

4. Hearing is an involuntary action.

BECE 2003

Question 4 of 15

Question 5 of 15

5. It is compulsory for all pupils to be in school uniform for the ceremony.

BECE 2011

Question 5 of 15

Question 6 of 15

6. The diligent student won a prize.

BECE 2009

Question 6 of 15

Question 7 of 15

7. This soil is very fertile for the growing of vegetables.

BECE 2000

Question 7 of 15

Question 8 of 15

8. The prefect was commended for his good work.

BECE 2004

Question 8 of 15

Question 9 of 15

9. My father has a cordial relationship with all his neighbours.

BECE 2009

Question 9 of 15

Question 10 of 15

10. The headmaster rebuked the students who came in late.

BECE 2008

Question 10 of 15

Question 11 of 15

11. He has a violent temper

BECE 2012

 

Question 11 of 15

Question 12 of 15

12. I consented to his suggestion because it was useful

BECE 2005

Question 12 of 15

Question 13 of 15

13. Everybody was happy because we had a fruitful discussion.

BECE 2006

Question 13 of 15

Question 14 of 15

14. Rain makes the soil moist for planting

BECE 2004

Question 14 of 15

Question 15 of 15

15. My friend did everything to hinder my work.

BECE 2000

Question 15 of 15


 


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English-Synonyms (BECE)
English-Sentence interpretation (BECE)
English-Sentence completion (BECE)

 

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