what the quality of the water is
how is the water quality
the quality of the water
What is the water quality
of which many
many of them
many of which
joseph was so exhausted that he was lying down for a sleep
Joseph almost ate the whole fish.
A new cabinet was sworn in Dhaka.
The police were informed of the matter.
He always went there.
It was long since I had seen you last.
I fancy I turned pale.
Get ready quickly lest you should fail to catch the train.
an arrogant person
a day dreamer
a very useful person
Take what you have got readily available.
The seen is better than the unseen.
Promises are better than actual
It is wise to expect a better future
that John complete his homework before watching television.
that John completes his homework before watching television.
That John should complete his homework before watching television
that John must complete his homework before watching television
Apron : Chef
Oasis : Nomad
Chariot : Charioteer
Snare : Trapper
Convene : Assembly
Abandon : Platoon
Dissolve : Corporation
Desert : Navy
A little mouse may even help a lion.
Even a little mouse may help a lion.
A little can even help a lion.
Even a little mouse ought to help a lion.
My friends warned me not to leave my room unlocked.
My friends asked me not to leave my room unlocked.
My friends reminded me to lock my room.
My friends advised me to lock my room
Question 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 are based on the following reading.Rumour is the most primitive way of spreading stories-by passing them on from mouth to mouth. But civilized countries in normal times have better sources of news than rumour. They have radio, television, and newspapers. In times of stress and confusion, however, rumour emerges and becomes rife. At such times different kinds of news are in competition: the press, television, and radio versus the grapevine.
Especially do rumours spread when war requires censorship on many important matters? The customary news sources no longer give out enough information. Since the people cannot learn through legitimate channels all that they are anxious to learn, they pick up 'news' wherever they can and when this happens rumour thrives.
Rumours are often repeated even by those who do not believe the tales. There is a fascination about them. The reason is that the cleverly designed rumour gives expression to something deep in the hearts of the victims- the fears. suspicions, forbidden hopes, or daydreams which they hesitate to voice directly. pessimistic rumours about defeat and disasters show that the people who repeat them are worried and anxious. Optimistic rumours about record production or peace soon coming paint to complacency or confidence- and often to overconfidence.
the nature of rumour
the fascination of rumour
rumour as primitive man's newspaper
the breeding places of rumour
alarm the audience
are hardly in then grawth
can be suppressed by censoriship
it is the most primitive way
the other sources are less convenient
it is fascinating
rumours can be both optimistic and pessimistic