Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) AAO Exam English Questions
Directions—(Q. 1—5): In each of the following questions, out of the given alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.
Directions—: In each of the following questions, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word
Directions—(Q. 11—15): In each of the following questions, out of the four alternatives choose the one which can be substituted for the given sentences.
11. Murder of brother—
12. Mania of stealing articles—
13. A disease which spreads by contacting
14. A poem written on the death of someone loved and lost—
15. Commencement of words with the same letter—
Directions—(Q. 16—20): The undernote words are followed by four words or phrases out which only one is a Synonym. Choose the correct word.
(A) Turn to stone
(D) Turn to water
Directions—: In each of the sentences below there is a blank to be filled in
with appropriate word(s). Four alternatives are given for each question. Choose the correct alternative.
21. The G.M. of the plant, Mr. Tiwari………….. me.
(D) None of these
22. If I believe I cannot do something, it makes me……….. of doing it.
23. It is with utmost………. that I want to inform you that I am unable to accept your invitation.
24. Children are too…………. to be given so much responsibility.
25. No weapon ever invented is more………… than hunger.
(Question Nos. 26 to 30)
From the world of magic, hypnosis is moving into the world of medicine. From hocus- pocus performed by men in black capes, to hypnotherapy practiced by doctors in white coats. The purpose is to help people stop smoking, lose weight, overcome phobias, and control pain in a variety of medical situations, from childbirth to cancer. Research laboratories are currently checking out the success rate of therapy under hypnosis, while medical journals stand by to publish the results. And the important thing is, nobody is laughing. In the 1840’s, a British doctor in Calcutta created a controversy by performing over 1000 operations with hypnosis as the only anesthesia. During the World Wars, German and British doctors used hypnosis to treat war neuroses.
26. Hypnosis means—
(B) Suggestion made in trance
27. ‘Nobody is laughing’ at hypnotherapy now, because they are—
(C) Taking it seriously
28. The purpose of hypnotherapy is to—
(A) Cure patients
(B) Make life easier
(C) Carry out research
(D) Check out the success rate
29. German and British doctors used hypnosis as—
(A) Anesthesia was not available
(B) Anesthesia was not needed
(C) It was a substitute for anesthesia
(D) It was fashionable during the war period
30. Treating war neurosis means—
(A) Curing madness
(B) Curing brain fever
(C) Dealing with war problems
(D) Curing war anxiety
Directions—(Q. 31—40): Groups of four words are given. In each group, one word wrongly spelt. Find the misspell word and mark your answer in the Answer-Sheet.
32. (A) Mendacious
33. (A) Pennetrate
34. (A) Passagway
35. (A) Rapport
36. (A) Stationery
38. (A) Whether
39. (A) Legible
40. (A) Audacious
Directions—(Q. 4 1—50) Four alternatives are given for the Idiom/Phrase Bold in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom /Phrase and mark it in the Answer-Sheet.
41. Don’t worry about the silly row. It was just a storm in a tea cup.
(A) Important matter dealt with ease
(B) Hot tea being served
(C) Commotion over a trivial matter
(D) Confusion and chaos
42. The Rajput warriors set their face against the invader.
(A) Became enemies
(B) Turned away from
(C) Faced difficulty
(D) Opposed strongly
43. Syria is now currying favor with America.
(D) Ingratiating itself with
44. Our Principal is not a man to mince matters.
(A) To confuse issues
(B) To say something mildly
(C) To mix everything together
(D) To be very modest
45. We tend to take for granted conveniences of modern life.
(A) To consider
(B) To admit
(C) To accept readily
(D) To care for
46. The prodigal son was left high and dry by his friends, when he lost all his money.
47. The success of his first novel completely turned his head.
(A) Made him vain
(B) Made him look back
(C) Changed him completely
(D) Made him think
48. She turns up her nose at this kind of dress.
(C) Sees no harm in
(D) Can just tolerate
49. At last the rioters fell back.
(A) Fell on the ground
(C) Ran back
(D) Turned back
50. The Madagascar Coup attempt ended in a fiasco.
(A) had no effect
(B) was an utter failure
(C) resulted in blood-shed
(D) was a disaster
The Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) is the largest state-owned life insurance company in India, and also the country's largest investor. It is fully owned by the Government of India. It also funds close to 24.6% of the Indian Government's expenses. It has assets estimated of 9.31 trillion (US$202.03 billion). It was founded in 1956 with the merger of more than 200 insurance companies and provident societies.
Headquartered in Mumbai, financial and commercial capital of India, the Life Insurance Corporation of India currently has 8 zonal Offices and 101 divisional offices located in different parts of India, at least 2048 branches located in different cities and towns of India along with satellite Offices attached to about some 50 Branches, and has a network of around 1.2 million agents for soliciting life insurance business from the public.
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