Here are some multiple-choice Civil Service exam reviewers on Single-word analogy.
Direction: Choose the letter that corresponds to the word matches perfectly with each analogy.
1.) Gaborone : Botswana :: Kiev : _______
2.) Lucban : Quezon :: Naga : _______
D.) Camarines Sur
3.) Ilocos : bagnet :: Cebu : _______
C.) Bicol express
D.) pinaupong manok
4.) Shakespeare : Hamlet :: J.K. Rowling : _______
A.) Jonathan Livingstone
B.) Robinson Crusoe
C.) Frodo Baggins
D.) Harry Potter
5.) Odin : Norse :: Thoth : _______
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Here are some multiple-choice Civil Service exam reviewers on antonyms.
Instruction: Choose the letter that corresponds to the word opposite in meaning to the bold and italicized word in the sentence.
1.) Because of his love for culture and the arts, Martin is considered by his friends as elegant and refined.
2.) I don’t think they have the temerity to put these accusations in print.
3.) Waging a campaign against the candidate’s character, the press attempted to vilify Mr. Rosario and his family.
4.) Young people who experience unrequited love often outgrow it and become more mature in their dealings.
5.) It is not a good thing to hang out with people with morose dispositions in life.
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Here are some multiple-choice Civil Service exam reviewers on synonyms.
Choose the letter that corresponds to the word closest in meaning to the bold and italicized word in the sentence.
1.) It is paradoxical to say that one can be patriotic and not patriotic at the same time.
2.) Many false stories surfaced the author’s death but only those which are widely popular remained canonical.
3.) The five star general remained composed in his behaviour although a lot of logistical problems continued to fill his ranks.
4.) The football team remained enervated after the particularly difficult final match with the defending champions from Barotac.
5.) The chief operating officer suggested a more pragmatic approach in dealing with the situation, relying more on results and outcomes.
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Converting from one unit to another is one of the skills that you should learn before taking the Civil Service Examinations. It sometimes makes calculations easier and therefore saves time.
In this series, I will discuss the different methods that can be used in converting from one unit to another. I will illustrate several examples such as conversion among centimeters (cm), meters (m) and kilometers (km). Take note that the methods used here can also be used in conversion of other units of measure.
It is important that you memorize some standard conversions such as the following:
1 m = 100 cm
1 km = 1000 m
1 kg = 1000 g
1 ft = 30 cm
1 ft = 12 inches
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This is the first sentence completion exercise for March 2018 CS Exams.
This is the first correct usage exercise for March 2018 CS Exams.