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not fascinated

always fascinated

have always fascinated

always has been fascinated

have always been fascinated

not fascinated

always fascinated

have always fascinated

always has been fascinated

have always been fascinated

Because the spotted owl's survival

whether the spotted owl can survive

the spotted owl can survive

Can the spotted owl's survival

The spotted owl could survive

an excellent reason

excellent reasons

reasons are excellent

because excellent reasons

excellence reasons

on with

in with

up with

out with

across to

had asked

did ask

asked

have asked

might have asked

impeachment

respect

protection

impeachment

promotion

pervasive........opponent

preeminent......... cure

minor...........antidote

relevant..........modifier

negligible................cause

made up

made up for

made out

made for

made over

to see....having

see...-have

seeing........ having

seeing......to have

to see...to have

eight-ecnturies-old

eight-century's- old

old-eight-centuries

eight-century-old

eight-centuries'-old

to listen eagerly

to give false alarm

to be frightened

to keep off starvation

to invite trouble

so do their children

neither did the children

and also the children

so did their children

so the children did

principles

regulations

personality

introspection

life

in rising from

to raise with

to rise against

to rise to

No correction required

short

minimum

sorrowful

poor

experienced

percentage of interest

black money

hard-earned money

idle money

bribe

More police were sent to join in the research but the child was never found.

More police were sent to join in the research but the child was ever found

More police was sent to join in search but the child was never found.

More police were sent to join in the search but the child was never found.

More police were sent to join in research but the child was never found.

evenhanded

unprejudiced

tolerant

short-sighted

open-minded

patient

rigorous

deceptive

active

cautious

Iess popular

Iess popularly

little popularity

a little popularity

Ieast popularity

who has written the letter

which hass written the letter

who is written letter

who is the written the letter

who have written the letter

my, your ,his

me, you,him

myself, yourself, himself

mine, yours, he

him, she, their

so slow

as slow as

very slow

more slow

most slow

to move the water

the movement of water

having moved

the water is moving

have moved water

have had escaped

had escped

are escaping

have been escaping

have been deetained

proud

a day dreamer

an aviator

useless

angry

enthusiastic

enraged

indifferent

suspicious

saddened

He told me to stay with me

He asked me not to go

He advised me against going

He desired not to go

He advised me never to go

noun

adjective

adverb

adverbial noun

adverbial

force

weakness

cowardice

bravery

power

hindmost

unimportant

disposed

mature

premature

is — has been translated

had been — is translated

will be — translated

is — has translated

was — will translate

had she been driving

was she driving.

she had driven

she would drive

she drove

Needed

Should I need

I have needed

should need

Should I have needed

unconditional

political

social

equitable

mathematical

comprehensive

rewarding

sporadic

economical

problematic

Liberality — doctrinaire

independence — autonomous

intransigence — authoritative

fundamentalism — arrogant

legitimacy — ambiguous

more frequent

as frequent

much more frequently

so frequently

far more frequently

credence — irrefutable

disrepute — dubious

acceptance — convincing

momentum — systematic

currency — incunclusive

the most spoken

the-more spoken

much spoken

the'least spoken

most spoken

more —— less

fewer —— fewer de

a few — less

less——fewer

few —— less

cruel ——— entertain

harsh —— dishearten

pleasant — encourage

strange —— prevent

hard ——ridicule

awful —— healthy

amazing — dubious

unthinkable —— devoted

amicable — strange

emotional —— heavy

credence — irrefutable

disrepute — dubious

acceptance — convincing

momentum — systematic

currency — incunclusive

the most spoken

the-more spoken

much spoken

the'least spoken

most spoken

more —— less

fewer —— fewer de

a few — less

less——fewer

few —— less

cruel ——— entertain

harsh —— dishearten

pleasant — encourage

strange —— prevent

hard ——ridicule

awful —— healthy

amazing — dubious

unthinkable —— devoted

amicable — strange

emotional —— heavy

offensive — dangerous

amazing — crucial

horrible — irrelevant

wrong — necessary

terriable — unforgivable

more bad than

the most bad than

worse than

most worsethan

much more bad than

never depends upon others for getting his work done

is seldom trusted by others

always finds it difficult to keep his words

seldom trusts others as far as the work schedule is concerned

always insists on getting the work completed on time

avidly

admiringly

thoughtfully

earnestly

admirably

will recover

will be recovered

is recovered

will have recovered

will be recovering

Many

Much

A few

Few

Every

twice as many as

twice more than

twice as more as

twice as much

twice as much as .

Unknown: Artist

Fallow: Field

Renovated: House

Observant: Spectator

unconscious: sleeper

To make completely understand

Toruinoneself

To excite great applause

To overcome someone

None of these

He warned her to punish if she didn’t keep quiet calmly

He said calmly that I would punish you don’t be‘quiet

He warned her calmly that he would punish her if she didn’t keep quiet

Calmly he warned her that be quiet or else he will have to punish her

He said to her whether he would punish her.

The harbour was full of ships of different. nationalities.

i sometimes meet friends in a near restaurant.

He is so patriotic that he refuses to foreign goods.

Inside the examination room we could neither smoke or talk.

We were much afraid that we would miss flight.

Bouquete

Bouquette

Boqquet

Bouquet

Bouquiet

Question 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86 and 87 are based on the following reading.

What are the good parts of our civilization? First and
foremost these are order and safety. If today I have a
quarrel with another man, | do not get beaten merely
because I am physically weaker and he can kick me
down. I go to law, and the law will decide as fairly ‘as it
can between the two of us. Thus in disputes between man
and man right has taken the place of might. Moreover, the
law protects me from robbery and violence. Nobody may
come and break into my house, steal my goods or run off
with my children. Of course, there are burglars, but they
are very rare, and the law punishes them whenever it
catches them.

It is difficult for us to realize how much this safety
means. Without safety these higher activities of mankind
which make up civilization could not go on. The inventor
could not invent, the scientist find out or the artist make
beautiful things. Hence, order and safety, although they
are not themselves civilization are things without which
civilization would be impossible. They are as necessary to
our civilization as the air we breathe is to us; and we have
grown so used to them that we do not notice them any
more than we notice the air. :

Another great achievement of our civilization is that
today civilized men are largely free from the fear of pain.
They still fall ill, but illness is no longer the terrible thing
it used to be ... Secondly, not only do men and women
enjoy better health; they live longer than ever did before,
and they have a much better chance of growing up .
Thirdly, our civilization is more secure than any that have
gone before it. This is because it is much more widely
spread ... Previous civilizations were specialized, they
were like oases in a desert.

Better health

Devotion to duty

Abundant leisure

Increased cultural pursuits

None of these

the present civilization has liberal outlook on life

the present civilization has provided more leisure

the present civilization is more spread in the sense that large number of people are civilized now than ever before

the present civilization is more secure than any that has gone before

the present civilization is founded on Justice .

Previous civilizations were more attractive than the present civilization

Previous civilizations were confined to a very limited area while barbarians were far larger in number

Previous civilizations were short lived

Previous civilizations were attractive from outside only

Previous civilizations were nature based.

begins from the 15" century

begins from the 16" century

begins from the 17" century

begins from the 18" century

has no fixed date for its inception

The Merits of the Previous Civilizations

The Defects of the Present Civilizations

Merits and Demerits of the Present Civilizations

The Limitations of the Previous Civilizations

The Wonder that is the Modern Civilization

Material advancement

Cultural advancement

Development of science

Order and safety

Spiritualism has become a way of life

the group whose membership he opts for

the law

his wit and wisdom

his cunningness

his friend andsupporters

Right

Might

Spiritualism

Money

None of these

Dedication on the part of those who practice them

Economic freedom

Safety

State support

Encouragement and appreciation

Development of means of transport and communication

Space research

Freedom from drudgery

Freedom from the fear of pain

Mental enlightenment of the people

Question 88, 89 and 90 are based on the following reading.

The Internet is becoming another means of disseminating information traditionally made available through radio and television stations, Indéed, it is now possible for journalists and the public to access new releases of audio and videotapes, satellite media tours and on-line news conferences via their computers. The number of news sites on the internet grows each day. As one media company executive notes, “With many of these Web sites generating new content every hour and exponentially larger audiences, on-line news sites represent a dynamic and vital outlet for news.”

Its speed

Its cost

Its growth

Its design

Its accurac

anxiety

distrust

ambivalence

excitement

curiosity

I am studying law since 1982.

Stricter punishments may help to protect society from serious crimes.

A large percent of population were against nuclear weapons.

The level of pollution can only be reduced by introduction of new laws.

Harsher punishments will not reduce number of crime

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