UKUK USUSIndiaIndia
Fun Learning and Revision for KS1, KS2, 11-Plus, KS3 and GCSE
Join Us
Comprehension 3
A company car is one of the perquisites that a company executive enjoys.

Comprehension 3

Comprehension means mentally grasping. To grasp is to 'get' or understand something.

You may find this quiz, at first look, quite difficult. However, the key to understanding language is to look at the whole sentence or section. From there, you can usually work out what a word means even if you've never come across it before. If you want to practise this skill, then read lots of books ~ not only fiction, but non-fiction too. Of course, if a word has you completely stumped, you can always look it up in a dictionary. Either way, your vocabulary bank will be ever-growing!

In this last 11-plus English comprehension quiz, you will get the chance to see how good your vocabulary is: read the questions carefully; there is enough information to enable you to select the correct answers.

Did you know...

You can play all the teacher-written quizzes on our site for just £9.95 per month. Click the button to sign up or read more.

Sign up here
1.
What is the definition of the italicized word?
A company car is one of the perquisites that a company executive enjoys.
Special costs that come with position or office
Special privileges that don't come with position or office
Special punishments that come with position or office
Special privileges that come with position or office
The clue is 'enjoys'. 'Perquisites' are also known as 'perks'
2.
What is the definition of the italicized word?
Those black clouds do not portend a sunny day for our excursion.
To be an indication that something pleasant is definitely going to happen
To be an indication that something, especially something unpleasant, is going to occur
To be an indication that something can't happen
To be an indication that something will definitely happen
The clue is 'Those black clouds'
3.
What is the definition of the italicized word?
Most countries proscribe terrorist organizations.
Ban or condemn
Support
Don't care
Encourage
Common sense should have suggested the answer
4.
What is the definition of the italicized word?
The council passed an ordinance against littering.
A metal bin
Regulation or law
A joke
A broom
Common sense should suggest the answer
5.
What is the definition of the italicized word?
Just when she thought he was going to recover, he suffered a serious relapse.
A recovery
Improvement for the better
A return to a previous state, especially a bad or undesirable one
A return to a previous state, especially a better or desirable one
The clue is 'he suffered'
6.
What is the definition of the italicized word?
The army stored its ordnance in underground bunkers.
Rubbish
Recyclable waste
Military weapons and equipment
Clothing and bedding
The clue is 'army'
7.
What is the definition of the italicized word?
Y is the penultimate letter of the alphabet.
The third to last thing or item
The fourth to last thing or item
The last thing or item
The second to last thing or item
...W, X, Y, Z
8.
What is the definition of the italicized word?
The need for safety took precedence over every other aspect of the fair.
Needing to be dealt with after somebody or something else
Needing to be dealt with before somebody or something else
Needing to be dealt with at the same time as somebody or something else
Needing to be dealt with if there is time to do so
The clue is 'over every other aspect'
9.
What is the definition of the italicized word?
The plaque will perpetuate the memory of our heroes for all future generations.
To insult
To forget
To perform or commit
To make something last
The clue is 'for all future generations'
10.
What is the definition of the italicized word?
She was really annoyed and cancelled the meeting in a fit of pique.
A feeling of anger or resentment
A feeling of craziness
A feeling of excitement
A feeling of sadness
The clue is 'really annoyed'
Author:  Frank Evans

© Copyright 2016-2018 - Education Quizzes
TJS - Web Design Lincolnshire

Valid HTML5

We use cookies to make your experience of our website better.

To comply with the new e-Privacy directive, we need to ask for your consent - I agree - No thanks - Find out more