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Questions On Commonly Confused Words For CLAT

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Everyone who is planning to appear for the law entrance exams like CLAT (Common Law Admission Test), AILET, SLAT, LSAT etc. needs to have a good command over the English language. Not just for the purpose of qualifying exams but being able to choose the correct word in a correct sense is also important for your legal career as the use of the wrong word may change the meaning of the sentence entirely.  There are few words in the English language that is often so commonly confused for one another that we end up using one in the place of others. Such words are confused because either they sound similar or are used interchangeably in their daily lives. Given below are the few practice question of commonly confused words for CLAT. Take the first word as option A and the second word as option B. Attempt the questions and check your score.

Questions

  1. Students must use time management techniques to manage their/ there time.
  • Option A is correct
  • Option B is correct
  • Both are correct
  • Neither A is correct nor B is correct
  1. Nikita wore a silver broach/brooch on the Gown for her wedding.
  • Option A is correct
  • Option B is correct
  • Both are correct
  • Neither A is correct nor B is correct
  1. The advice/advise given by the family and friends must be valued.
  • Option A is correct
  • Option B is correct
  • Both are correct
  • Neither A is correct nor B is correct
  1. Ram kept crying for hours after losing/loosing his favourite bag in the market.
  • Option A is correct
  • Option B is correct
  • Both are correct
  • Neither A is correct nor B is correct
  1. The effect/ affect of excessive rain in the coastal area is flood.
  • Option A is correct
  • Option B is correct
  • Both are correct
  • Neither A is correct nor B is correct
  1. The Jupiter is the larger then/than all other planets in the solar system.
  • Option A is correct
  • Option B is correct
  • Both are correct
  • Neither A is correct nor B is correct
  1. One must altar/alter the attitude to change the life he is currently living.
  • Option A is correct
  • Option B is correct
  • Both are correct
  • Neither A is correct nor B is correct
  1. Priya insured/ensured/assured Ashish that he will get the promotion by the end of this year.
  • Option A is correct.
  • Option B is correct.
  • Option C is correct.
  • None of these.
  1. Rohan has always been fond of Stationary/Stationery since childhood.
  • Option A is correct
  • Option B is correct
  • Both are correct
  • Neither A is correct nor B is correct
  1. The court must punish the ones who lied/laid as a witness.
  • Option A is correct
  • Option B is correct
  • Both are correct
  • Neither A is correct nor B is correct

Answers

  1. (a)
  2. (b)
  3. (a)
  4. (a)
  5. (a)
  6. (b)
  7. (b)
  8. (c)
  9. (b)
  10. (a)

First published on December 4, 2020.

 

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