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Direction (Q.1 to 10) : In each of these questions, a sentence has one or two blanks, each blank indicating the something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are given four words or a set of word. Choose the word or the set of words for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

Q1. The _______ successfully repelled every _______ on the city.
(a) defenders-comment           (b) citizens-onslaught           (c) thieves-robbery           (d) judge-criticism           (e) None of these

Q2. He was _______ very clever, but he _______ performed excellently.
(a) certainly-obviously           (b) never-also           (c) not-always           (d) rarely-seldom           (e) None of thes

Q3. A _______ analysis of these substances will show that they differ _______ .
(a) random-minutely           (b) detailed-essentially           (c) careful-completely           (d) final-Structurally            (e) None of these

Q4. When the _______ polished the stones, they gleamed with a breath-taking brilliance.
(a) graphologist           (b) cosmetologist           (c) lapidary           (d) beagle            (e) None of these

Q5. As _______ head of the organisation, he attended social functions and civil meetings, but had no _______ in the formulation of company policy.
(a) hypothetical-vote           (b) titular-voice           (c) nominal-competition           (d) former-pride           (e) None of these

Q6. The perpetual spinning of particles is much like that of a top, with one significant difference, unlike the top, the particles have no need to be wound up, for ………….. is one of their ………….. properties.
(a) revolution-radical           (b) rotation-intrinsic           (c) motion-intangible           (d) acceleration- hypothetical
(e) None of these

Q7. The ………….. terrorist was finally ………….. by the police.
(a) famous-apprehended           (b) notorious-nabbed           (c) crafty-admonished           (d) renowned, caught           (e) None of these

Q8. It is foolish to vent your spleen on a/an ………….. object. Still, you make ………….. enemies that way.
(a) immobile-bitter           (b) interesting-curious           (c) humane-more           (d) inanimate-fewer           (e) None of these

Q9. Compromise is ………….. to passionate natures because it seems to surrender, and to intellectual natures it seems a ……………
(a) unsuited-submission              (b) odious-confusion                 (c) intimidations-dichotomy                 (d) inherent-fabrication              (e) None of these

Q10. The village headman was unlettered, but he was no fool, he could see through the ………….. of the businessman’s proposition and promptly ………….. him down.
(a) deception -forced            (b) naiveté-turned           (c) potential-forced           (d) sophistry-turned           (e) None of these

Directions (Q.11-20): In this section, a number of sentences are given. The sentences are given in different parts. Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any part. No sentence has more than one error. When you find an error in any of the parts indicate your response.
Q11. You can  learnt swimming  if you have a little patience.
(a) You can           (b) Learnt swimming           (c) If you have           (d) A little patience           (e) No error

Q12. He become  an M.P.  in the recent election  from a backward constituency.
(a) He become           (b) An M.P.           (c) In the recent election             (d) From a backward constituency            (e) No error

Q13. Games and sports are very essential for  the proper developments of  our body and soul.
(a) Games and sports are           (b) Very essential for           (c) The proper developments of           (d) Our body and soul
(e) No error

Q14. The neglect of women costs the world  a great deal both in  economic and in social terms.
(a) The neglect of women           (b) Costs the world           (c) A great deal both in           (d) Economic and in social terms
(e) No error

Q15. He got a  upper hand in the  debate because of  his fluency in English
(a) He got a             (b) Upper hand in the           (c) Debate because of            (d) His fluency in English           (e) No error

Q16. They agreed  to repair the damage  freely of charge.
(a) They agreed           (b) To repair           (c) the damage           (d) Freely of charge           (e) No error

Q17. When Darun heard the news that his father had been hospitalised, he cancelled his trip  and returned back to his village.
(a) When Darun heard the news that his father had been hospitalised           (b) He cancelled his trip           (c) And returned back           (d) to his village           (e) No error

Q18. The Governing Board  comprises of  several distinguished personalities.
(a) The Governing Board           (b) Comprises of           (c) Several distinguished           (d) personalities           (e) No error

Q19. My uncle does not spend  so much money on that house unless he thinks of moving in soon.
(a) My uncle does not spend           (b) So much money on that house           (c) Unless he thinks of           (d) moving in soon
(e) No error

Q20. Neither my sister nor my brother  are interested in moving to another house.
(a) Neither my sister nor my brother           (b) Are interested           (c) In moving to           (d) another house           (e) No error



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