straight from the horse's mouth
pushing the envelope
straight and narrow
a bag of bones
students working hard will secceed
those students who will work hard wil succeed
the students working will succeed
the students working hard succeed
The method suggested in the lecture
enables a student to learn more quickly
and to have remembered for a longer period of time
The traveller said to the potter. "Where is the nearest inn?"
The traveller said to the potter, "Can you tell me the way to the nearest inn?"
The traveller said the to the potter, "Which is the way to nearest inn?"
The traveller said to the potter, "Can you tell me where is the nearest inn?"
It classifies what is stated in the first sentence.
It contradicts the first sentence.
It draws a conclusion from the first sentence.
It clarifies the first sentence.
14. The existence of civilized communities, however, is impossible without some element of force, since ambitions who, if unchecked, would soon cause a reversion to anarchy and barbarism. Where force is unavoidable, it should be exerted by the constituted authority in accordance with the will of the community as expressed in the criminal law. The author of passage probably assumes that-
prevalence of anarchy is the distinctive feature of a society
criminal law expresses the collective will of the community and preserves peace in socity
existence of civilization is synonymous with use of force
law prevents crime and criminal activities
When matches are played
no improvement required
sitting on the fence
stealing someone else's thunder
not playing with a full deck
keeping his friends close and enemies closer
The two sentences create a contrast
The second sentence locates the first in space
The first sentence establishes the cause of the second
The second sentence provides an example what is stated in the first
rudencess that amounts to be tolerated
rudeness that is tolerable
such tolerable rudeness
face the music
strike while the iron is hot
read the riot act
take a dive
having recived your letter
this morning, we are writing
to thank you for the same
He has a gut feeling that a secret may be being kept by his brother.
A gut feeling is had that a secret is kept by his brother.
he had a gut feeling that a secret was kept by his brother.
he has a gut feeling that maybe his brother kept a secret.
It describes an effect for the cause stated in the first sentence
It explains the idea in the first sentence
it draws a conclusion.
it provides an example
It follows logically from the first.
It seems to contradict the first.
It draws a conclusion from the first.
It analyzes the reasoning of the first.
38. The modern desire for wealth is not inherent in human nature, and varies with social values. If, by law, we all had exactly the same income, we should have to find some other way of being superior to our peers, as most of our craving for material possessions would cease. Thus a general increase of wealth gives no competitive advantage to an individual and therefore brings him no competitive happiness. [Identify the most logical conclusion.]
A general inrease of wealth results in increased happiness
The modern desire for wealth derives from the desire to achieve competitive happiness
There is no competitive advantage to an individual in getting a general increase of wealth
A general increase of wealth brings competitive happiness
Although the government is pending a lot
Even though the government is spending so much
Inspite of so much money being spent by the government
no improvement required
not being able to demonstrate
to reduce compatibility
not amounting to any success
top be far less competent than someone else
he couldn't but help
shedding tears at the plight of the villagers
rendered homeless by a devastating cyclone
She said that she didn't know the way and did I know it.
She said that she didn't know the way and asked me if I did
She told that She was not knowing the way, but wondered if knew.
She asked me if I knew the way which she didn't
in the midst of rising popularity of
due to the gain in popularity of
since the popularity of
no improvement required
The judge having decided the case
On account of decision from the judge
From the decision of the judge
Because of the judge deciding
If repeats the idea stated in the first sentence
It presents a contradiction
It provides supporting evidence.
It draws a conclusion
60. Conventions are customs which are more practiced than preached; morals are customs which are more preached than practiced. They are duties which we require of our neighbors. Morals, etymology and history, derive from customs which are considered essential to the health and preservation of the group.
Conventions and morals are intertwined ideas.
conventions are more practiced than etymological ideas
Convertions and morals both are derived form customs
Conventions are aimed at health and preservation of a group
go only under compulsion
not go under compulsion
go when he is forced to
not go without compelling
Many times the news has been published
in the papers that the end of the world will be certain
if a nuclear war breaks out
If something important is being done, work is being done to make change happen
If something important is done, work is done to make change happen
Something important is being done by you, you are making change happen
If important work is being done, change is about to happen
It restates the idea in the first sentence
It states an efficet
It gives an example
It draws a conclusion from the idea in the first sentence
to look for a place to live
to look for a job
to beg on the streets
none of the above
78. If a man is not rich, admiration and respect are not given to him by other people, Accordingly this may be the chief reason why people wish to be richer and richer. The veneration form other people may be a greater sourcher of happiness than the money or possessions themselves [The logical conclusion of this passage is that;]
Money and possession create hapiness
Happiness can never be proportionate to income
proverty and destitution create unhapiness
Man is happy when he is admired by other people
talking about action without intent to follow throuth
boasting with prejudice
declaring particular target
nonchalant expression of action
Question 81, 82, 83, 84 and 85 are based on the following reading."My God. it speaks" uttered the Emperor and the receiver of the telephone slipped from his hand and banged around. At the other end Alexander Graham Bell was still on line at an exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876. This strange instrument known as telephone was to revolutionize life in the years to come.
Bell was born in at Scotland. he was a teacher and, was dedicated to the noble cause of helping and teaching the deaf and the dumb to hear and speak before going to Canada in 1870 for a serious illness. he, thereafter, moved to the USA but continued with this work by opening a school for the deaf and the dumb.
Bell was fond of scientific and mechanical inventions. While at Boston. he tried to communicate through metal wire. His companion in this work was Watson. Watson was taken by a pleasant surprise as he had heard Bell clearly through his instrument the instrument was a success and Bel patented it.
Graham Bell. apart from being an artist, he was a kind human being. ready to help the needy. He established an institution for the deaf and dumb children. He died in 1922 in Canada. The entire northern America paid him a tribute by hanging up their telephones for a while during his funeral.
He was teaching the physically under privileged persons
He was working for the betterment of the deaf and the dumb
He established a school for the deaf and the dumb- the first of its kind
He was a very famous scientist of his times
Interaction between two persons at some distance was possible
Rich people were able to communicate with others
Graham Bell wanted to use the same technology for the deaf and the dumb to communicate
It revolutionized human life
His activity of teaching
His service to the deaf and dumb
He kept interest in scientific inventions
Encouragements received form Watson
Question 86, 87, 88, 89 and 90 are based on the following reading.The population of the Bengal delta has always been remarkably mobile. This has often led to tensions between the territorial rights of the sedentary people and the rights of mobile others. These tensions revealed themselves in multiple moving frontiers and a dynamic economy. The Bengal delta was never an isolated place. On the contrary, one of its basic features was its openness to both the immense expanse of the Indian Ocean and an enormous hinterland. For as far back as we can reconstruct. It was integrated into networks of long-distance trade. pilgrimage. political alliance. cultural exchange and travel. It served as a gateway to the wider world for people and goods from the landlocked Ganges plains in the west. from Tibet and Nepal in the north and from the Brahmaputra valley in the east. Conversely, traders, Buddhist pilgrims, political emissaries and adventurers who wanted to visit these regions had to pass through Bengal. It was the coastal waterways of Bengal that South-east Asians, North, Indians, Srilankans, Chinese, Arabs, Central Asians, Persians, Ethiopians, and Tibetans met from very early times.
large number of sedentary people
openness to nto only the Indian Ocean but also to its coastal land
openness to the immense expanse of the Indian Ocean
a dynamic economy maintained by the virtue of war
the coastal waterways
the plain delta
all of the above
tensions between these two groups of population led to degradation of economy
territorial rights were the source of tension between these two groups of population
tensions between these two groups of population were mostly about religion
the mobile population were larger in number than sedentary people
the people and goods from France
the people and goods from landlocked Ganges plains
the people and goods from Tibet
the people and goods from Nepal
Question 91, 92, 93, 94 and 95 are based on the following reading.Compared to other industrialized states, the US lags far behind in meeting the needs of its youngest and most vulnerable citizens. the US has higher infant mortality rate, a higher proportion of babies immunized against childhood diseases, these findings were described as a 'quiet crisis' requiring immediate and far-reaching action action, A fourth of the nation's 12 million infants and toddlers live in poverty or confront other risk factors that could harm their ability to develop intellectually, physically and socially, Child immunisations are too low, more children ate born into poverty and more are in substandard car, While their parents work, more children are, being raised by single parents. Since 1950 the number of single parent families has nearly tripled. Most disturbingly, recent statistics show that American parents ate increasingly neglecting or abusing their children. In the last few years the number of children in foster care has increased by over 50% of most of which are babies under the age of three most severely, the report says, yet, it is this period-from infancy through preschool years-that sets the stage for a child's future.
low imunisation of babies
children raisd by single parents
babies in foster care
none of these
Lower proportion of new born babies with normal weight
Higher incidence of adolescent girls becoming
Lower rate of babies surviving childhood diseases
Increasing cases of teenage couples getting
The number of single parent families today approximately three times that four decades ago
The number of children in the US entering foster care has decreased drastically.
In the US. the number of infants living in poverty is about 3 million
the children under the age of one are the most vulnerable in the US
The US lags behind other industrialized states in terms of child care.
The number of children in foster care has doubled in recent years
The increasing negligence and abuse of children by their parents
The number of single parent families has tripled in the last few decades.
Question 96, 97, 98, 99 and 100 are based on the following reading.Renaissance is the name given to the civilization, which began in Italy in the 14th century. reached its height in the 15th, and spread to the rest of Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries. The word means "Rebirth" and refers to the discovery of the ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome, which was one of the characteristic happenings of the Renaissance. But, in fact, that was only one of the things discovered at that time, for it was a great period of discovery of all kinds of new worlds, new scientific laws, new kinds of art and, above all, new strengths and possibilities of man himself. It would be better to define the word Renaissance as "new birth", and even that would not be quite correct since the Renaissance grew naturally out of the middle ages and was not a sudden occurrence. The Renaissance is the beginning of the modern world. The forms of literature and art which were invented then are still in use today, and the political, economic and religious ideas which govern our lives were first formulated then.
discovery of new scientific laws
discovery of the ancient civilizations of Italy and Romania
Discovery of all kinds of new worlds
Impotance of the Renaissance
Criticism of the Renaissance
Explanation of the Renaissance
Praise of Renaissance
The renaissance occurred quite suddenly
The renaissance is the beginning of a newly discovered world
Defining the renaissance as 'new birth' is not completely correct
The renaissance as grew naturally out of the prehistoric ages