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are, long

can be, as longer

was, long

is, longer

would have taken

would take

took

would have been taking

nothing

everything

anything

something

came round with

came along with

came down with

came over with

parts

components

ingredients

elements

Inconveniance

Idiosincratic

Reneissance

Hypochondriac

plenty

stored

animated

drained

We should be hopeful about our future

Our future is hopeful no doubt

Our future must be hopeful about us

We must feel our future is good

Dark

Bright

Grey

Pale

Principles

Punctuality

Product

Judgement

The announcer awarded the prize to Jamil and myself.

The announcer awarded the prize to Jamil and me.

The announcer awarded the prize to Jamil and I

The announcer awarded the prize to I and Jamil.

Whose glasses are there? Are these yours or Sohel's?

Whose glasses are there? Are these your's or Sohel's?

Who's glasses are there? Are these yours or Sohel's?

Who's glasses are there? Are these your's also Sohel's?

Irom Sharmila is on hunger strike since the year 2000.

Irom Sharmila is being on hunger strike since the year 2000.

Irom Sharmila was on hunger strike since the year 2000.

Irom Sharmila has been on hunger strike since the year 2000.

Stimulus

Incitement

Impetus

Impediment

Old and populist

Wasteful and extravagant

Genuine

Thrifty

Dirty : Filthy

Disorerly: Unfaithfully

Raise : Commensurate

Promoted: Mediocrity

enlightenment

eulogy

denuncation

Admiration

acceptr, expect, except

except, accept, expect

expect, except, accept

accepted, expect, expect

reward

provocation

response

motivation

to make something stand out

to beat somethging

to do or say something exactly right

to insult someone

rectangular

traingular

spherial

semi-circular

hyperbole

paradox

oxymoron

antithesis

The lawn is a beautyful green blanker we spreas out every summer

You could have knocked me over with a feather

The stars danced playing fully in the in moonlit sky

The weather is as a summer day in the Midwest

to bleed

to owe money to a bank

to get involved in a fight

to get a good grade

allegiance

troubadour

virtuoso

bursely

the finest art work

to fool someone

information reciever form beginning of a meal

the most most senior member in an office

the position or grade one hold in an office

the arrangement of papers in an organization

the ordinary workers in an organization

the most senior member in an office

you produce young babies

you obtain something that is very difficult to get

you keep deferring your actions

you can predict things in advance.

A beleif that life is a continous production of gentle sounds

a strong and unreasonable belief in the superiority of your

a strong belief in the superiority

a belief that you bring bad luck

Question 39, 40, 41, 42 and 43 are based on the following reading.

        The gypsies are a group of people. They do not have any fixed Home. They wander about from place to place and live in-tents. They were originally natives of India. But as they reached England  from Egypt, the English took them for Egyptians. This is why they, were believed to possess strange powers. They could tell your fortune by reading the palm of your hand. It was thought they stole. I  little children to train them in their way of life. Whenever a child got ‘lost, it was thought that it had been taken away by gypsies. So they
| Were arrested and sent for trial. This attitude towards the gypsies has:' gradually changed.

Gypsies have always been considered as suspicious

Gypsies were consired favorably in the past

Gypsies are trate with more understinding in recent year

Gypsies are treated with more hostility in recent year.

The Englisg related them to the Egyptains

The English brought them from Egypt

The English considered them to be Egyptains

The English were taken in the Egyptians

have a settled way of live

who cme orginally frm Egypt to England

are always on the move

steal children

it is easy to read one's palm inside a tent

it is easy to hide there

it is easy to caryy them from Egypt

it is easy to put them up

Question 44 are based on the following reading.

      Muhammad Ali was tall, agile, charming, naturally expressive also very defiant, aggressive and powerful. He the unvanquished champion of his people and was determined was the outspoken about what he believe was right . He had tremendous self-belief and no intention to be quiescent about what he felt was wrong or oppressive. That was why he declined to be part of the Vietnam War that his country had spearheaded. He was not going to agree to be part of a war in a far away country and against as people who had done him or his fellow citizens no wrong. He was very much the conscientious objector and had fierce belief in freedom and justice for all the peoples of the world. For his stance, ' he was banned from his sport at the peak of his carrier. But he was: not to be daunted or subdued or robbed of greatness even by this unjust prohibition.

Ali and the Vietnam War

Muhammad Ali's belief i freesom

A true champion

Ali's self belief

Question 45 are based on the following reading.

      Muhammad Ali was tall, agile, charming, naturally expressive also very defiant, aggressive and powerful. He the unvanquished champion of his people and was determined was the outspoken about what he believe was right . He had tremendous self-belief and no intention to be quiescent about what he felt was wrong or oppressive. That was why he declined to be part of the Vietnam War that his country had spearheaded. He was not going to agree to be part of a war in a far away country and against as people who had done him or his fellow citizens no wrong. He was very much the conscientious objector and had fierce belief in freedom and justice for all the peoples of the world. For his stance, ' he was banned from his sport at the peak of his carrier. But he was: not to be daunted or subdued or robbed of greatness even by this unjust prohibition.

Ali and the Vietnam War

Muhammad Ali's belief i freesom

A true champion

Ali's self belief

Question 46, 47, 48, 49 and 50 are based on the following reading.

      Muhammad Ali was tall, agile, charming, naturally expressive also very defiant, aggressive and powerful. He the unvanquished champion of his people and was determined was the outspoken about what he believe was right . He had tremendous self-belief and no intention to be quiescent about what he felt was wrong or oppressive. That was why he declined to be part of the Vietnam War that his country had spearheaded. He was not going to agree to be part of a war in a far away country and against as people who had done him or his fellow citizens no wrong. He was very much the conscientious objector and had fierce belief in freedom and justice for all the peoples of the world. For his stance, ' he was banned from his sport at the peak of his carrier. But he was: not to be daunted or subdued or robbed of greatness even by this unjust prohibition.

Ali and the Vietnam War

Muhammad Ali's belief i freesom

A true champion

Ali's self belief

prevented him from excelling

made him quiescent

did no harm to him carrier

did not make him any less great

his outspoken nature

his bosxing stance

his refusal too fight in an unjust war

his ban from the sport of boxing

it played the lead role in it

it played a minor role in it

it played a supporting role in it

it chose to be consistently committed to war

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