8-111. That man talks and walks like a woman. He is feminine.
8-112. She became unconscious after she had inhaled the gas.
(a) breathed in
(c) breathed out
8-113. They stayed in a posh hotel. The furnishings were splendid.
(a) a luxurious
(b) an inferior
(c) a posterior
(d) an inadvertent
(e) a merciful
8-114. Installing the alarm is a precautionary measure.
8-115. Owls are active at night.
8-116. Please accept my condolences on your son's death.
8-117. We don’t use melted fat of pigs for cooking.
8-118. The mother is singing a soft gentle song to make the child sleep.
(a) a lullaby
(b) a musical
(c) a pacifier
(d) an anthem
(e) a recital
8-119. This piece of cloth allows air to pass through.
(a) is open-minded
(b) is polished
(c) is transparent
(d) is opaque
(e) is porous
8-120. The naughty boys mocked at the clown.
8-121. Throw the fruits away. They are not fit to be eaten.
8-122. The young horse injured its legs while going through training this morning.
8-123. He ran fast lest he be seen by his parents.
(a) in such a way
(b) for fear that
(e) as if
8-124. A pistol is a lethal weapon.
8-125. The legend of the phantom ship has been passed from one generation to another.
8-126. The trade union has promised to settle the workers' grievances.
8-127. There is a dead body of a dog in the middle of the road.
8-128. The chemist who compounds and sells medicine should be qualified.
8-129. If you continue to spend at this rate, you will be penniless in no time.
(b) without any money
(c) short of coins
(d) in debt
(e) in trouble
8-130. This politician is quite outspoken with his views.
8-131. Although he has lost his wallet, he is not brooding over it.
(a) laughing it off
(b) looking into it
(c) putting it down
(d) abiding by it
(e) taking it back
8-132. The male duck has been slaughtered by the farmer for the feast.
8-133. Flu is a contagious disease.
(a) an inflatable
(b) a dangerous
(c) a dreaded
(d) an infectious
(e) a deadly
8-134. Hundreds of people yearly die in Africa because of the scarcity of food.
8-135. No one is incapable of making errors.
8-136. It would be careful and with insight to save money for a rainy day.
8-137. Shirleen was chosen to be the person in charge of money in the club.
8-138. She had learnt how to be thrifty after her mother reduced her pocket-money by half.
8-139. Be sure to extinguish the light before you leave the room.
(a) put off
(b) put down
(c) turn out
(d) switch on
(e) turn off
8-140. John works leisurely in everything he does.
(a) has a good time
(b) takes his time
(c) makes good time
(d) is lazy
(e) is in time
8-141. I am sure he didn't leave that cigarette intentionally.
(c) on purpose
(d) once in a while