10th Class English Classification Practice Exercise

Practice Exercise

Category : 10th Class

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:  

(a) Southampton                                                            

(b) Stirling                          

(c) Bristol                                                            

(d) Birmingham

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Ferrari                                                           

(b) McLaren                      

(c) Honda                                                           

(d) Mercedes

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Sir Gawain                                                                   

(b) Sir Galahad                

(c) Sir Gareth                                                    

(d) Sir Will

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Sloth                                                              

(b) Pride                             

(c) Cowardice                                                   

(d) Gluttony

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Nine ladies dancing                                 

(b) Seven swans a-swimming

(c) Ten lads a-leaping                                    

(d) Two turtledoves

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Happy                                                           

(b) Grumpy                       

(c) Dozey                                                            

(d) Bashful

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Mezzo                                                           

(b) Fortissimo                   

(c) Troppo                                                          

(d) Lardo

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Michael Faraday                                       

(b) Aristophanes             

(c) Pythagoras                                                                  

(d) Albert Einstein

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Femur                                                           

(b) Luna                              

(c) Patella                                                           

(d) Clavicle

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Venus                                                           

(b) Aphrodite                   

(c) Mercury                                                       

(d) Bacchus

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Lithosphere                                                

(b) Troposphere              

(c) Stratosphere                                                              

(d) Exosphere

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Eagle                                                              

(b) Owl                                                

(c) Bat                                                                  

(d) Penguin

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Bear                                                               

(b) Lion                                

(c) Cat                                                                  

(d) Tiger

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Human                                                          

(b) Dolphin                        

(c) Shark                                                             

(d) Whale

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Angry                                                            

(b) Happy                           

(c) Violence                                                       

(d) Jealous

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) War                                                                

(b) Flood                             

(c) Plague                                                           

(d) Drought

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Doctor                                                           

(b) Psychologist               

(c) Priest                                                             

(d) Poet

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Archeologist                                               

(b) Sociologist                   

(c) Historian                                                       

(d) Paleontologist

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Helicopter                                                   

(b) Aeroplane                   

(c) Metrorail                                                      

(d) Bus

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Novel                                                            

(b) Newspaper                

(c) Radio broadcast                                        

(d) Magazine

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) French                                                          

(b) Norway                        

(c) England                                                         

(d) Germany

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Coke                                                              

(b) Coffee                          

(c) Tea                                                                 

(d) lce cream

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Butter                                                           

(b) Milk                               

(c) Juice                                                               

(d) Water

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Cauliflower                                                 

(b) Broccoli                        

(c) Raspberry                                                    

(d) Cabbage

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Car                                                                  

(b) Lorry                              

(c) Bike                                                                

(d) Bus

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Ham                                                               

(b) Beef                              

(c) Pork                                                               

(d) Meat

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Wood                                                            

(b) Sand                              

(c) Stones                                                           

(d) Cement

(e) None of these

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Endodontist                                                

(b) Pedodontist                               

(c) Dentist                                                          

(d) Prosthododontist

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Eagle                                                              

(b) Cloud                            

(c) Squirrel                                                         

(d) Plane

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Now                                                               

(b) Cow                               

(c) How                                                               

(d) Low

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) August                                                          

(b) December                   

(c) November                                                   

(d) January

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) 31st June 1999                                             

(b) 29th February 2000

(c) 29th April 1998                                             

(d) 31st June 1999

(e) None of these  

 

 

  Pick the odd one out:

(a) Wood                                                            

(b) Chair                              

(c) Cupboard                                                     

(d) Table

(e) None of these      

 

 

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1.             B 2.             C 3.             D 4.             C 5.             C 6.             C 7.             D 8.             B 9.             B 10.          B
11.          B 12.          D 13.          A 14.          C 15.          C 16.          A 17.          D 18.          C 19.          C 20.          C
21.          A 22.          D 23.          A 24.          C 25.          B 26.          D 27.          A 28.          C 29.          C 30.          D
31.          C 32.          D 33.          A  

 

 

 

 

  1. (b) All are English cities, but Stirling is a city and former ancient burgh In Scotland.    
  2. (c) Except Honda all are included in the Formula 1 World Drivers' Championship-winning team.    
  3. (d) Except Sir Will all are the Knights of the Round Table at Winch ester.    
  4. (c) Among the seven deadly sins, cowardice is not included.    
  5. (c) AII others, except Ten lads a-leaping, are among the twelve days of Christmas.    
  6. (c) Dozey is not among the seven dwarfs in Disney's 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs'.                         
  7. (d) Lardo is not a musical expression, while rest others are all musical notes. Lardo is a kind of Italian food.    
  8. (d) All others are famous scientists, while Aristophanes is a comic playwright of ancient Athens.    
  9. (b) Luna is a bone in the human body, while rest others are the name sawbones in human body.    
  10. (d) Venus/ Mercury, and Bacchus are the Roman gods of love, messenger of the gods and of Commerce and Finance, and god of wine, respectively; while Aphrodite is the Greek goddess of love, beauty and sexuality.    
  11. (a) Troposphere, stratosphere and exosphere are the layers of the atmosphere, while lithosphere is the solid hell present inside the Earth's crust.    
  12. (d) All can fly except penguin.    
  13. (a) Lion, cat and tiger belongs to the cat family, while bear does not.    
  14. (c) Human, dolphin and whale are mammals, while shark is a fish.    
  15. (c) All are abstract nouns and denote a quality, while violence denotes an action.    
  16. (a) War is fought by men, while others are caused by nature or are natural disasters.    
  17. (d) All other works for somebody or something, while a poet writes poems to appease his thought and memory.    
  18. (c) All are related to a particular branch or study, while a historian is related to several incidents of the past.    
  19. (c) All can fly in the air, while metro rail moves on the track on land.    
  20. (c) It is broadcasted and can be only heard, while others can be read.    
  21. (a) French is a language, while the rest are names of country.    
  22. (d) Although ice cream turns into liquid coming in contact with temperature, but is eaten when it is in solid state, while rest are drank in liquid state.    
  23. (a) All are liquid, but butter is solid.    
  24. (c) Raspberry is a fruit, while rests are vegetables.    
  25. (b) Lorry is used to carry goods, while rest others are used to carry passengers.    
  26. (d) All are meat of certain animals, while meat is in general the flesh of an animal used as food.    
  27. (d) Wood is not a part of concrete, while rests are mixed to form concrete.    
  28. (c) all are the different branches of dentistry, while a dentist is a doctor who specializes in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases and conditions of the oral cavity.    
  29. (c) Squirrel is the odd one out because the eagle, cloud and plane can be seen moving in the sky.    
  30. (d) Low is the odd one out because it is pronounced differently from now, cow and how.    
  31. (c) November is the odd one out because it has only 30 days. The months of August, December and January have 31 days each.  
  32. (d) 31st June 1999 is the odd one out because such a date did not exist in the calendar. June has only 30 days.    
  33. (a) Wood is the odd one out because it is a material use to make furniture. Table, chair and Cupboard are pieces of furniture.      

 

 

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  • To answer these questions, you need to develop a sense of reasoning.
  • Be logical and try to get the tone of similarity among the words.
  • Correlate the words and try to guess the word which gives a sense of dissimilarity.
  • Only one word will be out of the track which you need to find out.
  • Be practical with your rational thinking.    

 

 

 

 

  • Groups of different animals
  • Different tools and instruments
  • Fruits, vegetables and other commodities
  • Dress, clothes and uniforms
  • Wild life, trees and natural objects    

 

 

 

 

  • Read the words seriously to distinguish them.
  • Try to find out the analogy among them.
  • Relate them as to which subject or topic they belong to.
  • Compare their similarity in a few possible ways.
  • Normally, odd one out are uncomplicated and they just need your concentration.
  • Remember to match their classification before you go to tick an answer.    

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