FA Part 2 English MCQs From Past Papers Unit 13 With Answer

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FA part 2 English MCQs chapter 13 from past papers. Solved MCQs of  Sir Alexander Fleming (Patrick Pringle) for fsc/fa/ics exam.

FA Part 2 English MCQs Unit 13

Sir Alexander Fleming (Patrick Pringle)

Choose the correct option of the following underlined words from Book – 11

It breeds on damp bread, cheese and preserves. (LHR. G1, 2016
(A) eats
(B) drinks
(C) saves
(D) nourishes

They rush to join battle with the invader. (AJK. GII, 2016

(A) warner
B) attacker
(C) defender
(D) negotiator

Fleming got a share in the legacy: (GRW.GI, 2014) (FBD. GI, LHR. GII, 2015) (SGD. GI, 2016/BWP. GI, 2014,

(A) prize
(B) lottery
(C) inheritance
(D) history

Injecting carbolic acid was abandoned soon: (DGK. GII, 2015) (GRW.GI, AJK, GI, 2017,

A) given up
(B) adopted
(C) practiced
(D) postponed

Today the sight of this parchment is odious to me. (SGD. GI, 2016

(A) pleasant
(B) repulsive
(C) attractive
(D) dirty

He discovered the body’s natural armor against disease. (FBD. GII, 2916

(A) cure
(B) shield
(C) medicine
(D) treatment

Presumably, the fungus was blown in through the window: (FBD. GII, 2015)

(A) mishap
(B) probably
(C) rarely
(D) surely

Fleming protested that such gratitude was not due to him: (AJK. GII, 2015) (MLN. GII, 2016

(A) aptitude
(B) curse
(C) thanks
(D) attitude

He protested vigorously against the idea that penicillin was a man-made invention. (SWL. GII, 2016)

(A) softly
(B) forcefully
(D) loudly

There was fierce competition in the school. (GRW. GII, 2017)

(A) enjoyable
(B) light
(C) severe
(D) pleasant

In practice, there was one big obstacle: (LHR. GI, MLN. GI, 2015)

(A) hurdle
(B) achievement
(C) shelter
(D) miracle

Penicillin had no toxic effect on leucocytes: (BWP. GI, 2015)

(A) beneficial
(B) harmful
(C) unexpected
(D) amazing

Fleming provoked other scientists to seek new antibiotics. (MLN. GI, 2017)(DGK. GII, 2018)

(A) Search for
(B) need for
(C) reject
(D) depreciate

Lysozyme was the forerunner of penicillin. (DGK. GII, 2017)(AJK. GII, 2018)

(A) breeder
(B) destroyer
(C) feeder
D predecessor

Penicillin was hailed as a wonder drug: (MLN. GII, 2014) (SGD. GII, 2016) (GRW. GII, 2017)
(LHR. GI, DGK. GII, 2013)

(A) cheered
(B) denounced
(C) rejected
(D) wasted

Fleming was not happy with the limelight: (RWP. GII, 2015) (MIN. GII, 2017)

(B) Fame
(C) knowledge

Inflammation of wounds made amputation necessary. (GRW. G11, 2014

(D) family
(A) cutting of trees
(B) cutting of cloths
( cutting of limbs

It is very much to his credit: (GRW. GI, 2014

(A) cutting of corps
(B) disgrace
(C) Repute

In peacetime, an aseptic method was adequate: (SWL. G1, 2011)

(A) disrepute
(B) insufficient
(C) inefficient
(D) Enough

Lister’s aim was the prevention of disease. (BWP. GII, 2015) (AJK. GI, 2016) (SGD, GI, 2017)

(A) spread
(B) cure/protection
(C) export
(D) survey

Virulent germs spread diseases. (LHR. GI, 2014)

(A) violent
(B) fatal
(C) sleepy
(D) weak

Experiments gave way to the next. (LHR. GII, 2014)

(A) fight
(B) discourage
(C) attempt
D) surrender

Malaria was rampant in England: (AJK, GI, 2015) (SWL. GI, 2016) (RWP, GI, 2017)

(A) hidden
(B) raging
(C) rare
(D) feeble

France and Germany plunged into war. (RWP, GI, 2015) (GRW.GII, 2016)

(A) avoided
(B) separated
(C) loved
(D) entered

The explosive were used extensively: (MLN. GI, 2014)

(A) beautifully
(B) foolishly
(C) slowly
(D) greatly

Microbes began to disappear. (DGK. GII, 2014)

(A) cells
(B) organism
(D) Germs

A mould spore dropped on the plate. (BWP. GII, 2014)

(A) microbe
(B) virus
(C) fungus
(D) germ

Infection was a tremendous problem in the past. (LHR. GII, 2016) (FBD. GI, 2017)

(A) tiny
(B) big
(C) huge
(D) small

M. Roux recorded an episode. (RWP. GI, 2014)

(A) lesson
(B) history
(C) song
(D) event

Fleming protested that such gratitude was not due to him. (GRW. GII, 2015) (MLN. GII, 2016)

(A) insult
(B) respect
(C) greatness
(D) thanks

It stimulated other scientists to study the habits of germs. (LHR. GI, 2016) (DGK. GI, 2017)

(A) irritated
(B) inspired
(C) agitated
(D) forced

Fleming plated the mould on meat broth. (LHR. GII, 2018)

(A) Food
(B) Sweet
(C) Soup
(D) Fruit

Fleming got a share in the legacy. GRW. GI, 2018)

(A) history
(B) lottery
(C) property
(D) inheritance

Malaria was rampant in England. (SWL. GI, 2018)

(A) popular
(B) common
(C) prevalent
(D) dangerous

It may have come from the larder of a forgetful housewife. (SGD. GII, 2018)

(A) Store-room
(B) Bed-room
(C) Wash-room
D) Drawing-room

Fleming made the discovery by what he modestly called an accident. (RWP. GI, 2018)

(A) anxiously
(B) proudly
(C) silently
(D) humbly

Injecting carbolic acid was abandoned soon. (AJK. GI, 2018)

(a) Given up
(b) Improved
(c) Applied
(d) Approved

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