Cloze Test Questions and Answers

Cloze Test Questions

Formula

Definition of Cloze Test

A cloze test is test, practice exercise or questions comprising of a paragraph where a number of spaces or words are left blank, to be filled with options which best suits the theme of the paragraph. The blank left can be either a noun, pronoun, tenses, adjective, adverb, article, verb, preposition and conjunction, etc. The participant here is asked to fill the blank with any of the possible grammar or language category mentioned above.

Rules for Cloze Test

A thumb rule to solve these questions is to try take hints from the words given before and after the blank. Along with the same, identifying what possible category does the blank demand.

  • Read the passage thoroughly
  • Go through all the options
  • Choose the Right Word
  • Maintain Readability
  • Consider the tone of the message
  • Eliminate the unnecessary words
  • Link the words
  • Find Keywords
  • Grab knowledge in grammar and vocabulary
  • Practice Questionnaires

Improve your vocabulary here with the Most Important words for Synonyms and Antonyms required to attempt the Cloze Test Questions.

Question 1

Time: 00:00:00
Directions to solve:

Read and paragraphs given below and try to fill the blank with an answer which fits in the context.

As a rule of thumb, a … (1) … mission costs from fifty to a hundred times more than a comparable unmanned mission. Thus, for scientific exploration alone unmanned missions, employing machine … (2) …, are preferred. However, there may well be reasons other than scientific … (3) … exploring space, social, … (4) …, political, cultural or ... (5) ...

1. Solve as per directions given above

Manned

Manned

Unmanned

Unmanned

Space

Space

Intelligence

Intelligence

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Question 2

Time: 00:00:00
Directions to solve:

Read and paragraphs given below and try to fill the blank with an answer which fits in the context.

As a rule of thumb, a … (1) … mission costs from fifty to a hundred times more than a comparable unmanned mission. Thus, for scientific exploration alone unmanned missions, employing machine … (2) …, are preferred. However, there may well be reasons other than scientific … (3) … exploring space, social, … (4) …, political, cultural or ... (5) ...

2. Solve as per directions given above

Mission

Mission

Intelligence

Intelligence

Preference

Preference

Space

Space

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Question 3

Time: 00:00:00
Directions to solve:

Read and paragraphs given below and try to fill the blank with an answer which fits in the context.

As a rule of thumb, a … (1) … mission costs from fifty to a hundred times more than a comparable unmanned mission. Thus, for scientific exploration alone unmanned missions, employing machine … (2) …, are preferred. However, there may well be reasons other than scientific … (3) … exploring space, social, … (4) …, political, cultural or ... (5) ...

3. Solve as per directions given above

That

That

Or

Or

In

In

For

For

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Question 4

Time: 00:00:00
Directions to solve:

Read and paragraphs given below and try to fill the blank with an answer which fits in the context.

As a rule of thumb, a … (1) … mission costs from fifty to a hundred times more than a comparable unmanned mission. Thus, for scientific exploration alone unmanned missions, employing machine … (2) …, are preferred. However, there may well be reasons other than scientific … (3) … exploring space, social, … (4) …, political, cultural or ... (5) ...

4. Solve as per directions given above

Cultural

Cultural

Economic

Economic

Mission

Mission

Machine

Machine

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Question 5

Time: 00:00:00
Directions to solve:

Read and paragraphs given below and try to fill the blank with an answer which fits in the context.

As a rule of thumb, a … (1) … mission costs from fifty to a hundred times more than a comparable unmanned mission. Thus, for scientific exploration alone unmanned missions, employing machine … (2) …, are preferred. However, there may well be reasons other than scientific … (3) … exploring space, social, … (4) …, political, cultural or ... (5) ...

5. Solve as per directions given above

Historic

Historic

Historical

Historical

Histrionic

Histrionic

Casual

Casual

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Question 6

Time: 00:00:00
Today most businessmen are very worried. To begin with, they are not used to competition. In the past ...(1)... sold whatever they produced at whatever prices they chose. But with ...(2)... competition, ...(3)... began to pick and choose. Imports suddenly became ...(4)... available and that too at cheaper ...(5)...

1. Solve as per directions given above

He

He

We

We

They

They

Us

Us

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Question 7

Time: 00:00:00
Today most businessmen are very worried. To begin with, they are not used to competition. In the past ...(1)... sold whatever they produced at whatever prices they chose. But with ...(2)... competition, ...(3)... began to pick and choose. Imports suddenly became ...(4)... available and that too at cheaper ...(5)...

2. Solve as per directions given above

Decreasing

Decreasing

Increasing

Increasing

Upgrading

Upgrading

Enthralling

Enthralling

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Question 8

Time: 00:00:00
Today most businessmen are very worried. To begin with, they are not used to competition. In the past ...(1)... sold whatever they produced at whatever prices they chose. But with ...(2)... competition, ...(3)... began to pick and choose. Imports suddenly became ...(4)... available and that too at cheaper ...(5)...

3. Solve as per directions given above

Consumers

Consumers

People

People

Media

Media

World

World

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Question 9

Time: 00:00:00
Today most businessmen are very worried. To begin with, they are not used to competition. In the past ...(1)... sold whatever they produced at whatever prices they chose. But with ...(2)... competition, ...(3)... began to pick and choose. Imports suddenly became ...(4)... available and that too at cheaper ...(5)...

4. Solve as per directions given above

Frequently

Frequently

Hardly

Hardly

Conveniently

Conveniently

Easily

Easily

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Question 10

Time: 00:00:00
Today most businessmen are very worried. To begin with, they are not used to competition. In the past ...(1)... sold whatever they produced at whatever prices they chose. But with ...(2)... competition, ...(3)... began to pick and choose. Imports suddenly became ...(4)... available and that too at cheaper ...(5)...

5. Solve as per directions given above

Income

Income

Loss

Loss

Prices

Prices

Coins

Coins

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Question 11

Time: 00:00:00
Watermelons came to India ...(1)... the 4th century AD. Sushruta, the great Indian physician ...(2)... wrote Sushruta Samhita mentions that watermelons were grown along the ...(3)... of the river Indus. They are also mentioned in ...(4)... books. Sushruta calls it as Kalinda or Kalinga (hence Kalingad in Marathi). It ...(5)...taken to China in the 10th or 11th century and ...(6)... it is grown throughout the tropics. Wild watermelons are ...(7)... compared to cultivated ones; some of which weigh up to 25 kg. The heaviest fruit weighing 118 kg was produced at Hope, Arkansas, USA the ...(8)...to which President Clinton belongs

1. Solve as per directions given above

On

On

At

At

In

In

Above

Above