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Monday, November 14, 2016

Tech Mahindra Placement Papers 2

 
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Q.1 Along 1045 meters long road 126 trees are planted at equal distances, one tree being at each end     of the road what is the distance between two consecutive trees.
1)
10 meters

2)
15 meters

3)
8 meters

4)
9 meters

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.2 In an election A, B and C got together 1,500 votes. A and B together got 760 votes. How many votes did C got
1)
180

2)
560

3)
740

4)
200

5)
None

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.3 x,y,z purchased mangoes in a ratio 5:3:2 .If the total number of mangoes of y and z is 60. Find out the number of mangoes of x.
1)
40

2)
80

3)
100

4)
50

5)
60

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.4 Some persons contributed Rs 1089 .Each person gave as many rupees as they were in number. Find their number.
1)
44

2)
33

3)
66

4)
52

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.5 When (21)2 is subtracted from the square of a number the answer obtained is 1584. What is the number?
1)
2025

2)
48

3)
2304

4)
45

5)
None of these

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.6 Mahesh invested Rs 1000 for months and Rajvir interested Rs 800 for 4 months. If they gained Rs 620,How much Rajvir will get out of it.
1)
320

2)
400

3)
220

4)
350

5)
none

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.7 If an amount of Rs.7698 is equally distributed amongst 75 people, how much approximates amount would each person get?
1)
Rs 100

2)
Rs 110

3)
Rs 107

4)
Rs 103

5)
Rs 96

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.8 60% of 0+ 50% of 50 =
1)
11

2)
86

3)
85

4)
110

5)
None

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.9 Seema obtained 674 marks out of the total 750 marks. What approximate percent did she obtain     in the examination?
1)
79

2)
90

3)
81

4)
45

5)
95

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.10 Out of 820 employees in an organization 20% of the employees got promoted of higher grade. How many employees did not get promoted?
1)
680

2)
668

3)
656

4)
674

5)
None of these

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.11 A train 250 meters long passes a pole in 12 seconds. Speed of train is.
1)
25 km/hr

2)
68 km/hr

3)
72 km/hr

4)
75 km/hr

5)
135 km/hr

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.12 A railway train travelling at 72 km/hr crosses a signal post in 9 seconds. What is the length of the train in meters?
1)
1800

2)
180

3)
90

4)
18

5)
None

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.13 The speed of the boat in still water is 8 kmph.If it can travel 20 km downstream at the same time it can travel 12 km upstream , the speed of the stream is
1)
4 km/hr

2)
2 km/hr

3)
3 km/hr

4)
1 km/hr

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.14 A boat travels upstream from B to A and downstream from A to B in 3 Hrs. If the speed of the Boat in still water is 9 kmph and the speed of the current is 3 kmph. The distance between A and B is
1)
10 km

2)
18 km

3)
15 km

4)
12 km.

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.15 Find the sum which amounts to Rs 1460 in 4 years at 11 ½ % rate of interest Simple Interest?
1)
Rs 564

2)
Rs 790

3)
Rs 1000

4)
Rs 12000

5)
None

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.16 What would be the compound interest obtained on an amount of Rs 4000 at the rate of 5% per annum for 3 years?
1)
612 Rs

2)
578 Rs

3)
525.5 Rs

4)
630.5 Rs

5)
None of these

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.17 A sum of money doubles itself at S.I in 3 years. In how many years will it become 9 times.
1)
18

2)
24

3)
21

4)
27

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.18 If the SI on Rs. 6000 be less than the interest on Rs 7000 by Rs 125 in 5 years, then the rate percent per annum is
1)
5%

2)
2.5%

3)
3%

4)
4%

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.19 Find the compound interest on Rs. 20000 for 3 years if the rate of interest is 5%, 10%, and 20% for first, second and third years respectively.
1)
27720

2)
6220

3)
26220

4)
7720

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.20 Raj has hens and cows. If the total numbers of animal’s heads is 71 and the total number of feet is 228. How many hens does Raj have?
1)
43

2)
32

3)
24

4)
can’t be determined

5)
None of these

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.21 Out of three given numbers, the first number is twice the second and thrice the third. If the average of the three numbers is 154. What is the difference between the first and third number?
1)
126

2)
42

3)
166

4)
52

5)
None of these

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.22 There are 15 dozen candles in a box, there are 39 such boxes. How many candles are there in all the boxes together?
1)
7020

2)
6660

3)
6552

4)
3510

5)
None of these

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.23 A sum of money is to be divided equally longest P,Q and R in the respective ratio 5:6:7 and another sum of money is divided between S and T equally. If S got Rs 2100 less than P. How much Q received?
1)
Rs 2,500

2)
Rs 2000

3)
Rs 1,500

4)
Can’t be determined

5)
None of these

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.24 Meena bought a watch with 25% discount on the selling price. If the watch cost her Rs 1,545. What is the original selling price of the watch?
1)
2050

2)
2000

3)
2040

4)
Can’t be determined

5)
None of these

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.25 Ram bought two color TVs’ at Rs 15000 each and sold them one at a gain of 17% and the other at a loss of 17%. Find his gain or loss?
1)
loss 2.5%

2)
gain 2.89%

3)
no loss no gain

4)
loss 5%

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.26 Two successive discounts of 20% and 25% are equal to a single discount of?
1)
25%

2)
30%

3)
12.50%

4)
40%

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.27 CP of 12 articles is equal to the SP of 9 articles, find the gain or loss percentage?
1)
331⁄3

2)
25

3)
20

4)
40

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.28 3 men or 4 women can complete a work in 43 days. How many days does 7 men and 5 women takes to complete the same work?
1)
43

2)
15

3)
12

4)
18

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.29 Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 30 min and 45 min respectively. A waste pipe C can empty the tank in 30 min. first A and B are opened and After 8 min C is also opened .In how much time the tank will get filled.
1)
33

2)
25

3)
20

4)
18

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.30 A library has an average of 510 visitors on Sundays and 240 on other days.The average number of visitors per day in a month of 30 days beginning with a Sunday is:
1)
250

2)
276

3)
280

4)
285

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.31 The captain of a cricket team of 11 members is 26 years old and the wicket keeper is 3 years older. If the ages of these two are excluded, the average age of the remaining players is one year less than the average age of the whole team. What is the average
1)
23 years

2)
24 years

3)
25 years

4)
None of these

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.32 Father’s age is 3 times the age of the son. After 30 years, father will be 18 yrs elder to the son. Find the present age of the father.
1)
27 years

2)
36 years

3)
45 years

4)
54 years

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.33 Rakesh was married six years ago. Now his age is 11⁄4 times that at the time of his marriage. His son is 1⁄6 th as old as he is today. What is the age of his son today?(in years).
1)
4

2)
30

3)
5

4)
6

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.34 729 ml of a mixture contains milk and water in the ratio 7 : 2. How much more water is to be added to get a new mixture containing milk and water in the ratio 7 : 3 ?
1)
60ml.

2)
71ml.

3)
81ml.

4)
100ml.

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.35 In what ratio must a grocer mix two varieties of pulses costing Rs.15 and Rs.20 per kg respectively so as to get a mixture worth Rs.16.50 per kg?
1)
3:7

2)
5:7

3)
7:3

4)
7:5

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.36 A remembers that his uncle had visited them after 13th but before 18th of a month. While B remembers that his uncle had visited them after 16th but before 20th. Then, on which date did their uncle visit A and B?
1)
14th

2)
17th

3)
15th

4)
None of these

Correct Option : 2
Solution : After 13th may 14, 15, 16, 17, after 16may 17 then his uncle visited them on 17th.
 
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Q.37 If the first day of the year other than leap year was Friday, then which was the last day of that year?
1)
Monday

2)
Friday

3)
Saturday

4)
Sunday

Correct Option : 2
Solution : If the year not a leap year, then last day of the year=some day as first day i.e. Friday.
 
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Q.38 How many times are the hands of a clock at right angle in a day?
1)
22

2)
24

3)
44

4)
48

Correct Option : 3
Solution : In 12 hour’s right angles happy for 22 times then in 24 happy 44 times
 
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Q.39 At what time, in minutes, between 3 ‘o’ clock and 4 ‘o’ clock, both the needs will coincide each other?
1)
51⁄11

2)
124⁄11

3)
134⁄11

4)
164⁄11

Correct Option : 4
Solution : ? =11/2 m-30h=> given ?=0 Then 11/2 m=30×3=>11/2m=180/11=164⁄11
 
"Directions: Each of the questions below contains of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below. It you have to decide whether the data provide in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Give answer.

(a) If the data in statement I alone sufficient but not II
(b) If the data in statement II alone sufficient but not I
(c) If the data in either I or II sufficient but nor both together
(d) If the data neither I or II is sufficient
(e) If the data in both I and II together is sufficient. " 
Q.40 Who among M, N, P and R is facing north?
(a) Only one among four faces north
(b) M and N faces west while P is facing south
1)
a

2)
b

3)
c

4)
d

5)
e

Correct Option : 5
Solution : From both M and N faces west, P faces south. Then R should face north.
 
"Directions: Each of the questions below contains of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below. It you have to decide whether the data provide in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Give answer.

(a) If the data in statement I alone sufficient but not II
(b) If the data in statement II alone sufficient but not I
(c) If the data in either I or II sufficient but nor both together
(d) If the data neither I or II is sufficient
(e) If the data in both I and II together is sufficient. " 
Q.41 How is D related to B?
(a) D is sister of ‘B’s only sister’s son
(b) D is sister of Q, whose mother has only two siblings a brother A and a Sister B
1)
a

2)
b

3)
c

4)
d

5)
e

Correct Option : 3
Solution : From statement I D is niece of B and from statement II also says D is niece of B. Hence either correct.
 
"Directions: Each of the questions below contains of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below. It you have to decide whether the data provide in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Give answer.

(a) If the data in statement I alone sufficient but not II
(b) If the data in statement II alone sufficient but not I
(c) If the data in either I or II sufficient but nor both together
(d) If the data neither I or II is sufficient
(e) If the data in both I and II together is sufficient. " 
Q.42 Who amongst P, Q, R, S, T each having different height is the tallest?
(a) T is shorter only than R and S
(b) Q is not as tall as P and is shorter than R and S
1)
a

2)
b

3)
c

4)
d

5)
e

Correct Option : 5
Solution : From both statements R, S, > T P > Q
 
"Directions: Read the following information and answer the questions given below.

Seven managers Sharma, Mishra, Singh, Kulkarni, Rao, Joshi and Nair are to be conduct interviews stimulatory. Their alone are in pairs at four different 10 cautions-Surat, Chandigarh, Delhi and Laknow. Only one wants to travel by rail, two prefer travelling by car and rest travel by air.
(I) Sushma is going to Luknow but neither by car by air
(II) Mishra prefers to travel by car
(III) Neither Sashi nor Nair is going to Delhi
(IV) Only these going to Surat travel by road
(V) Kulkarni will assist his friend Mishra
(VI) The two managers who go to Delhi travel by air. " 
Q.43 Where will Kulkarni Conduct the interviews?
1)
Surat

2)
Luknow

3)
Chandigarh

4)
Can’t be determine

5)
None of these

Correct Option : 1

Solution : Self Explanatory through the presentation
 
"Directions: Read the following information and answer the questions given below.

Seven managers Sharma, Mishra, Singh, Kulkarni, Rao, Joshi and Nair are to be conduct interviews stimulatory. Their alone are in pairs at four different 10 cautions-Surat, Chandigarh, Delhi and Laknow. Only one wants to travel by rail, two prefer travelling by car and rest travel by air.
(I) Sushma is going to Luknow but neither by car by air
(II) Mishra prefers to travel by car
(III) Neither Sashi nor Nair is going to Delhi
(IV) Only these going to Surat travel by road
(V) Kulkarni will assist his friend Mishra
(VI) The two managers who go to Delhi travel by air. " 
Q.44 Who goes to Delhi?
1)
Mishra-Kulkarni

2)
Rao-Singh

3)
Kulkarni-Josh

4)
Data-in adequate

5)
None of these

Correct Option : 2

Solution : Self Explanatory through the presentation
 
"Directions: Read the following information and answer the questions given below.

Seven managers Sharma, Mishra, Singh, Kulkarni, Rao, Joshi and Nair are to be conduct interviews stimulatory. Their alone are in pairs at four different 10 cautions-Surat, Chandigarh, Delhi and Laknow. Only one wants to travel by rail, two prefer travelling by car and rest travel by air.
(I) Sushma is going to Luknow but neither by car by air
(II) Mishra prefers to travel by car
(III) Neither Sashi nor Nair is going to Delhi
(IV) Only these going to Surat travel by road
(V) Kulkarni will assist his friend Mishra
(VI) The two managers who go to Delhi travel by air. " 
Q.45 Which of the following is true?
1)
Kulkarni travels by air

2)
Sharma Conducts interviews

3)
Nair will assist Rao

4)
Joshi goes to Chandigarh

5)
None of these

Correct Option : 3

Solution : Self Explanatory through the presentation
 
"Directions: Read the following information and answer the questions given below.

Seven managers Sharma, Mishra, Singh, Kulkarni, Rao, Joshi and Nair are to be conduct interviews stimulatory. Their alone are in pairs at four different 10 cautions-Surat, Chandigarh, Delhi and Laknow. Only one wants to travel by rail, two prefer travelling by car and rest travel by air.
(I) Sushma is going to Luknow but neither by car by air
(II) Mishra prefers to travel by car
(III) Neither Sashi nor Nair is going to Delhi
(IV) Only these going to Surat travel by road
(V) Kulkarni will assist his friend Mishra
(VI) The two managers who go to Delhi travel by air. " 
Q.46 Who will conduct interviews at Chandigarh?
1)
Nair

2)
Singh

3)
Rao

4)
Data in adequate

5)
None of these

Correct Option : 4

Solution : Self Explanatory through the presentation
 
"Directions: Read the following information and answer the questions given below.

Seven managers Sharma, Mishra, Singh, Kulkarni, Rao, Joshi and Nair are to be conduct interviews stimulatory. Their alone are in pairs at four different 10 cautions-Surat, Chandigarh, Delhi and Laknow. Only one wants to travel by rail, two prefer travelling by car and rest travel by air.
(I) Sushma is going to Luknow but neither by car by air
(II) Mishra prefers to travel by car
(III) Neither Sashi nor Nair is going to Delhi
(IV) Only these going to Surat travel by road
(V) Kulkarni will assist his friend Mishra
(VI) The two managers who go to Delhi travel by air. " 
Q.47 Which of the follows pairs is different from the other four with regard to made of travel?
1)
Sharma-Mishra

2)
Rao-Mishra

3)
Nair-Rao

4)
Kulkarni-Joshi

5)
Sharma-Singh

Correct Option : 3

Solution : Self Explanatory through the presentation
 
Directions: Select the related letter /word/ number form the given alternatives.
Q.48 AZYB: CXWD: EVUF?
1)
GTSH

2)
GSTH

3)
GSHT

4)
GSPH

Correct Option : 1
Solution : A+C=1, X+1=Z, W+1=Y, B+1=P Then E+1=G, T+1=V, S+1=U, F+1=H. Then sol is GTSH.
 
Directions: Select the related letter /word/ number form the given alternatives.
Q.49 5:21::7:?
1)
25

2)
49

3)
43

4)
30

Correct Option : 3
Solution : 52-4=25-4=21 then 72-6=49-6=43
 
Directions: Select the related letter /word/ number form the given alternatives.
Q.50 Borrow: Joy: Pleasure?
1)
Anger

2)
Pain

3)
Jealousy

4)
Malice

Correct Option : 2
Solution : Opposite words
Pleasure × Pain
 
Directions: Select the related letter /word/ number form the given alternatives.
Q.51 Surgeon: Forceps::?
1)
Doctor: Prescription

2)
Refugee: Asylum

3)
Blacksmith: Hammer

4)
Driver: Brake oil

Correct Option : 3
Solution : Second is contained by first
 
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Q.52 1, 2, 4, 3, 9, 4, 16, 5,--------------?
1)
6, 22

2)
21, 9

3)
25, 6

4)
30, 8

Correct Option : 3
Solution : R, 2, 22, 3, 32, 4,42, 5, 52, 6. Then 25, 6 are answer.
 
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Q.53 WVTSQPNMKJ---?
1)
HG

2)
IL

3)
GH

4)
GF

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided
 
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Q.54 BCDE EBCD DEBC CBDEB?
1)
DCBE

2)
BCDE

3)
EDBE

4)
DBCE

Correct Option : 2
Solution : In the given series, the fourth letter of very term cans to the starting position.
 
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Q.55 Look at this series: J14, L16, __, P20, R22, . . . What number should fill the blank?
1)
S24

2)
N18

3)
M18

4)
T24

Correct Option : 2
Solution : In this series, the letters progress by 2, and the numbers increase by 2.
 
Directions: In each of the questions given below which one of the following answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence were continued?

Q.56 Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures which will continue the same series as established by the four Problem Figures.
1)
a

2)
b

3)
c

4)
d

Correct Option : 1
Solution : Look carefully at the number of dots in each domino. The first segment goes from five to three to one. The second segment goes from one to three to five. The third segment repeats the first segment.
 
Directions: In each of the questions given below which one of the following answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence were continued?

Q.57 Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures which will continue the same series as established by the four Problem Figures.
1)
a

2)
b

3)
c

4)
d

Correct Option : 3
Solution : "All four segments use the same figures: two squares, one circle, and one triangle. In the first segment, the squares are on the outside of the circle and triangle. In the second segment, the squares are below the other two. In the third segment, the squa
 
Directions: In each of the questions given below which one of the following answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence were continued?

Q.58 Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures which will continue the same series as established by the four Problem Figures.
1)
a

2)
b

3)
c

4)
d

Correct Option : 1
Solution : "Look at each segment. You will notice that in each, the figure on the right and the figure on the left are the same; the figure in between is different. To continue this pattern in the last segment, the diamond on the left will be repeated on the right.
 
Directions: In each of the questions given below which one of the following answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence were continued?

Q.59 Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures which will continue the same series as established by the four Problem Figures.
1)
a

2)
b

3)
c

4)
d

Correct Option : 3
Solution : "Study the pattern carefully. In the first segment, two letters face right and the next two face left. The first letter in the second segment repeats the last letter of the previous segment. The same is true for the third segment. But the forth segment ch
 
Directions: In each of the questions given below which one of the following answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence were continued?

Q.60 Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures which will continue the same series as established by the four Problem Figures.
1)
a

2)
b

3)
c

4)
d

Correct Option : 4
Solution : "This sequence concerns the number of sides on each figure. In the first segment, the three figures have one side, and then two sides, and then three sides. In the second segment, the number of sides increases and then decreases. In the third segment, the
 
Directions: In each of the questions given below which one of the following answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence were continued?

Q.61 Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures which will continue the same series as established by the four Problem Figures.
1)
A

2)
B

3)
C

4)
D

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided
 
Directions: In each of the questions given below which one of the following answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence were continued?

Q.62 Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures which will continue the same series as established by the four Problem Figures.
1)
A

2)
B

3)
C

4)
D

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided
 
Directions: In each of the questions given below which one of the following answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence were continued?

Q.63 Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures which will continue the same series as established by the four Problem Figures.
1)
A

2)
B

3)
C

4)
D

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided
 
Directions: In each of the questions given below which one of the following answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence were continued?

Q.64 Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures which will continue the same series as established by the four Problem Figures.
1)
A

2)
B

3)
C

4)
D

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided
 
Directions: In each of the questions given below which one of the following answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence were continued?

Q.65 Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures which will continue the same series as established by the four Problem Figures.
1)
A

2)
B

3)
C

4)
D

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided
 
Directions: In each of the questions given below which one of the following answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence were continued?

Q.66 Select a figure from amongst the Answer Figures which will continue the same series as established by the four Problem Figures.
1)
A

2)
B

3)
C

4)
D

5)
E

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided
 
Directions: In each problem, out of the five figures marked (a), (b), (c) and (d), four are similiar in a     certain manner. However, one figure is not like the other four. Choose the figure which is different from the rest.

Q.67 Choose the figure which is different from the rest.
1)
A

2)
B

3)
C

4)
D

5)
E

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided
 
Directions: In each problem, out of the five figures marked (a), (b), (c) and (d), four are similiar in a     certain manner. However, one figure is not like the other four. Choose the figure which is different from the rest.

Q.68 Choose the figure which is different from the rest.
1)
A

2)
B

3)
C

4)
D

5)
E

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided
 
Directions: In each problem, out of the five figures marked (a), (b), (c) and (d), four are similiar in a     certain manner. However, one figure is not like the other four. Choose the figure which is different from the rest.

Q.69 Choose the figure which is different from the rest.
1)
A

2)
B

3)
C

4)
D

5)
E

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided
 
Directions: In each problem, out of the five figures marked (a), (b), (c) and (d), four are similiar in a     certain manner. However, one figure is not like the other four. Choose the figure which is different from the rest.

Q.70 Choose the figure which is different from the rest.
1)
A

2)
B

3)
C

4)
D

5)
E

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the suitable article. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the appropriate article out of the four.
Q.71 Are you looking for_____ health club to join so you can get in shape?
1)
a

2)
an

3)
the

4)
no article

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the suitable article. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the appropriate article out of the four.
Q.72 In science the credit goes to_____man who convinces the world, not to the man to whom _____ idea first occurs.
1)
a,an

2)
the,the

3)
the,a

4)
no article

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the suitable article. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the appropriate article out of the four.
Q.73 Thanks to _____ insight and persistence of ____ local doctor, hundreds of victims have been able to resume normal life.
1)
the,the

2)
no article,the

3)
an,the

4)
the,no article

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the suitable article. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the appropriate article out of the four.
Q.74 ______ San Diego fitness experts recommend thoroughly checking out several health clubs before you join one.
1)
the

2)
a

3)
an

4)
no article

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the suitable article. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the appropriate article out of the four.
Q.75 When the house was set on ____ fire, all _____ people started crying at the top of their voices.
1)
no article,the

2)
no article,no article

3)
the,the

4)
the,no article

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the suitable article. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the appropriate article out of the four.
Q.76 Guilherme wanted to visit _______ European city so he decided to go to Paris.
1)
an

2)
a

3)
the

4)
no article

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the suitable article. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the appropriate article out of the four.
Q.77 Every Monday, our teacher gives us _______ MP3 player with all our listening for the week on it.
1)
a

2)
an

3)
the

4)
no article

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the suitable article. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the appropriate article out of the four.
Q.78 He telephoned _____ agent that was listed in _____ telephone directory.
1)
the,a

2)
a,the

3)
the,the

4)
an,the

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the suitable article. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the appropriate article out of the four.
Q.79 John felt _____ painting was much too expensive and decided to look for _____ different one.
1)
the,a

2)
a,the

3)
the,the

4)
an,the

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the suitable article. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the appropriate article out of the four.
Q.80 One of _____ students has committed _____ crime. No one will leave the classroom until _____ guilty student admits his or her _____ guilt.
1)
a,a,the,No article

2)
the,a,the,No article

3)
the,the,a

4)
a,the,a,No article

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the appropriate preposition. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct preposition out of the four. 
Q.81 They are social insects,_________________, regulated by definite laws, each member of society bearing a well-defined and separate part in the work of a colony.
1)
who are living in communities

2)
living among a community

3)
who lives with a community

4)
living in communities

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the appropriate preposition. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct preposition out of the four. 
Q.82 Please make it a point to send your letter______my address.
1)
on

2)
to

3)
in

4)
at

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the appropriate preposition. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct preposition out of the four. 
Q.83 The demonstration passed______peacefully.
1)
out

2)
away

3)
on

4)
off

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the appropriate preposition. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct preposition out of the four. 
Q.84 Whenever my students come across new words, I ask them to look______in the dictionary.
1)
it up

2)
them up

3)
at them

4)
for them

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the appropriate preposition. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct preposition out of the four. 
Q.85 If you are living near a market place you should be ready __________ the disturbances caused by traffic.
1)
to bear upon

2)
to bear with

3)
to bear away

4)
to bear

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the appropriate preposition. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct preposition out of the four. 
Q.86 While crossing the highway a five year old child was knocked ______ by a passing car.
1)
away

2)
up

3)
down

4)
out

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the appropriate preposition. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct preposition out of the four. 
Q.87 My opinion______the film is that it will bag the national award.
1)
to

2)
on

3)
about

4)
for

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the appropriate preposition. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct preposition out of the four. 
Q.88 It became clear that the strangers were heading __________ a serious disaster.
1)
along

2)
toward

3)
for

4)
around

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the appropriate preposition. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct preposition out of the four. 
Q.89 Most donors would seriously __________ any effort to extrapolate from such limited data.
1)
protest against

2)
protest at

3)
protest to

4)
protest

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with the appropriate preposition. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct preposition out of the four. 
Q.90 In accordance_____your instructions, we have remitted the amount in the bank.
1)
for

2)
by

3)
with

4)
in

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
" Directions: The passage is followed by questions based on its content. After reading the passage, choose the best answer to each question.Answer all questions following the passage on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage.

The molecules of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere affect the heat balance of the Earth by acting as a one-way screen. Although these molecules allow radiation at visible wavelengths, where most of the energy of sunlight is concentrated, to pass through, they absorb some of the longer-wavelength, infrared emissions radiated from the Earth's surface, radiation that would otherwise be transmitted back-into space. For the Earth to maintain a constant average temperature, such emissions from the planet must balance incoming solar radiation. If there were no carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, heat would escape from the Earth much more easily. The surface temperature would be so much lower that the oceans might be a solid mass of ice. 
Today, however, the potential problem is too much carbon dioxide. The burning of fossil fuels and the clearing of forests have increased atmospheric carbon dioxide by about 15 percent in the last hundred years, and we continue to add carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. Could the increase in carbon dioxide cause a global rise in average temperature, and could such a rise have serious consequences for human society? Mathematical models that allow us to calculate the rise in temperature as a function of the increase indicate that the answer is probably yes.
Under present conditions a temperature of -180C can be observed at an altitude of 5 to 6 kilometers above the Earth. Below this altitude (called the radiating level), the temperature increases by about 60C per kilometer approaching the Earth's surface, where the average temperature is about 150C. An increase in the amount of carbon dioxide means that there are more molecules of carbon dioxide to absorb infrared radiation. As the capacity of the atmosphere to absorb infrared radiation increases, the radiating level and the temperature of the surface must rise.
One mathematical model predicts that doubling the atmospheric carbon dioxide would raise the global mean surface temperature by 2.50C. This model assumes that the atmosphere's relative humidity remains constant and the temperature decreases with altitude at a rate of 6.50C per kilometer. The assumption of constant relative humidity is important, because water vapor in the atmosphere is another efficient absorber of radiation at infrared wavelengths. Because warm air can hold more moisture than cool air, the relative humidity will be constant only if the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere increases as the temperature rises. Therefore, more infrared radiation would be absorbed and radiated back to the Earth's surface. The resultant warming at the surface could be expected to melt snow and ice, reducing the Earth's reflectivity. More solar radiation would then be absorbed, leading to a further increase in temperature." 
Q.91 The primary purpose of the passage is to
1)
warn of the dangers of continued burning of fossil fuels

2)
discuss the significance of increasing the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere

3)
explain how a constant temperature is maintained on the Earth's surface

4)
describe the ways in which various atmospheric and climatic conditions contribute to the Earth's weather

5)
demonstrate the usefulness of mathematical models in predicting long-range climatic change

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
" Directions: The passage is followed by questions based on its content. After reading the passage, choose the best answer to each question.Answer all questions following the passage on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage.

The molecules of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere affect the heat balance of the Earth by acting as a one-way screen. Although these molecules allow radiation at visible wavelengths, where most of the energy of sunlight is concentrated, to pass through, they absorb some of the longer-wavelength, infrared emissions radiated from the Earth's surface, radiation that would otherwise be transmitted back-into space. For the Earth to maintain a constant average temperature, such emissions from the planet must balance incoming solar radiation. If there were no carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, heat would escape from the Earth much more easily. The surface temperature would be so much lower that the oceans might be a solid mass of ice. 
Today, however, the potential problem is too much carbon dioxide. The burning of fossil fuels and the clearing of forests have increased atmospheric carbon dioxide by about 15 percent in the last hundred years, and we continue to add carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. Could the increase in carbon dioxide cause a global rise in average temperature, and could such a rise have serious consequences for human society? Mathematical models that allow us to calculate the rise in temperature as a function of the increase indicate that the answer is probably yes.
Under present conditions a temperature of -180C can be observed at an altitude of 5 to 6 kilometers above the Earth. Below this altitude (called the radiating level), the temperature increases by about 60C per kilometer approaching the Earth's surface, where the average temperature is about 150C. An increase in the amount of carbon dioxide means that there are more molecules of carbon dioxide to absorb infrared radiation. As the capacity of the atmosphere to absorb infrared radiation increases, the radiating level and the temperature of the surface must rise.
One mathematical model predicts that doubling the atmospheric carbon dioxide would raise the global mean surface temperature by 2.50C. This model assumes that the atmosphere's relative humidity remains constant and the temperature decreases with altitude at a rate of 6.50C per kilometer. The assumption of constant relative humidity is important, because water vapor in the atmosphere is another efficient absorber of radiation at infrared wavelengths. Because warm air can hold more moisture than cool air, the relative humidity will be constant only if the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere increases as the temperature rises. Therefore, more infrared radiation would be absorbed and radiated back to the Earth's surface. The resultant warming at the surface could be expected to melt snow and ice, reducing the Earth's reflectivity. More solar radiation would then be absorbed, leading to a further increase in temperature." 
Q.92 According to the passage, the greatest part of the solar energy that reaches the Earth is
1)
concentrated in the infrared spectrum

2)
concentrated at visible wavelengths

3)
absorbed by carbon dioxide molecules

4)
absorbed by atmospheric water vapor

5)
reflected back to space by snow and ice

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
" Directions: The passage is followed by questions based on its content. After reading the passage, choose the best answer to each question.Answer all questions following the passage on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage.

The molecules of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere affect the heat balance of the Earth by acting as a one-way screen. Although these molecules allow radiation at visible wavelengths, where most of the energy of sunlight is concentrated, to pass through, they absorb some of the longer-wavelength, infrared emissions radiated from the Earth's surface, radiation that would otherwise be transmitted back-into space. For the Earth to maintain a constant average temperature, such emissions from the planet must balance incoming solar radiation. If there were no carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, heat would escape from the Earth much more easily. The surface temperature would be so much lower that the oceans might be a solid mass of ice. 
Today, however, the potential problem is too much carbon dioxide. The burning of fossil fuels and the clearing of forests have increased atmospheric carbon dioxide by about 15 percent in the last hundred years, and we continue to add carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. Could the increase in carbon dioxide cause a global rise in average temperature, and could such a rise have serious consequences for human society? Mathematical models that allow us to calculate the rise in temperature as a function of the increase indicate that the answer is probably yes.
Under present conditions a temperature of -180C can be observed at an altitude of 5 to 6 kilometers above the Earth. Below this altitude (called the radiating level), the temperature increases by about 60C per kilometer approaching the Earth's surface, where the average temperature is about 150C. An increase in the amount of carbon dioxide means that there are more molecules of carbon dioxide to absorb infrared radiation. As the capacity of the atmosphere to absorb infrared radiation increases, the radiating level and the temperature of the surface must rise.
One mathematical model predicts that doubling the atmospheric carbon dioxide would raise the global mean surface temperature by 2.50C. This model assumes that the atmosphere's relative humidity remains constant and the temperature decreases with altitude at a rate of 6.50C per kilometer. The assumption of constant relative humidity is important, because water vapor in the atmosphere is another efficient absorber of radiation at infrared wavelengths. Because warm air can hold more moisture than cool air, the relative humidity will be constant only if the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere increases as the temperature rises. Therefore, more infrared radiation would be absorbed and radiated back to the Earth's surface. The resultant warming at the surface could be expected to melt snow and ice, reducing the Earth's reflectivity. More solar radiation would then be absorbed, leading to a further increase in temperature." 
Q.93 According to the passage, atmospheric carbon dioxide performs all of the following functions EXCEPT
1)
absorbing radiation at visible wavelengths

2)
absorbing infrared radiation

3)
absorbing outgoing radiation from the Earth

4)
helping to retain heat near the Earth's surface

5)
helping to maintain a constant average temperature on the Earth's surface

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
" Directions: The passage is followed by questions based on its content. After reading the passage, choose the best answer to each question.Answer all questions following the passage on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage.

The molecules of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere affect the heat balance of the Earth by acting as a one-way screen. Although these molecules allow radiation at visible wavelengths, where most of the energy of sunlight is concentrated, to pass through, they absorb some of the longer-wavelength, infrared emissions radiated from the Earth's surface, radiation that would otherwise be transmitted back-into space. For the Earth to maintain a constant average temperature, such emissions from the planet must balance incoming solar radiation. If there were no carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, heat would escape from the Earth much more easily. The surface temperature would be so much lower that the oceans might be a solid mass of ice. 
Today, however, the potential problem is too much carbon dioxide. The burning of fossil fuels and the clearing of forests have increased atmospheric carbon dioxide by about 15 percent in the last hundred years, and we continue to add carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. Could the increase in carbon dioxide cause a global rise in average temperature, and could such a rise have serious consequences for human society? Mathematical models that allow us to calculate the rise in temperature as a function of the increase indicate that the answer is probably yes.
Under present conditions a temperature of -180C can be observed at an altitude of 5 to 6 kilometers above the Earth. Below this altitude (called the radiating level), the temperature increases by about 60C per kilometer approaching the Earth's surface, where the average temperature is about 150C. An increase in the amount of carbon dioxide means that there are more molecules of carbon dioxide to absorb infrared radiation. As the capacity of the atmosphere to absorb infrared radiation increases, the radiating level and the temperature of the surface must rise.
One mathematical model predicts that doubling the atmospheric carbon dioxide would raise the global mean surface temperature by 2.50C. This model assumes that the atmosphere's relative humidity remains constant and the temperature decreases with altitude at a rate of 6.50C per kilometer. The assumption of constant relative humidity is important, because water vapor in the atmosphere is another efficient absorber of radiation at infrared wavelengths. Because warm air can hold more moisture than cool air, the relative humidity will be constant only if the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere increases as the temperature rises. Therefore, more infrared radiation would be absorbed and radiated back to the Earth's surface. The resultant warming at the surface could be expected to melt snow and ice, reducing the Earth's reflectivity. More solar radiation would then be absorbed, leading to a further increase in temperature." 
Q.94 Which of the following best describes the author's attitude toward the increasing amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and its consequences ?
1)
Incredulous

2)
Completely detached

3)
Interested but skeptical

4)
Angry yet resigned

5)
Objective yet concerned

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
" Directions: The passage is followed by questions based on its content. After reading the passage, choose the best answer to each question.Answer all questions following the passage on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage.

The molecules of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere affect the heat balance of the Earth by acting as a one-way screen. Although these molecules allow radiation at visible wavelengths, where most of the energy of sunlight is concentrated, to pass through, they absorb some of the longer-wavelength, infrared emissions radiated from the Earth's surface, radiation that would otherwise be transmitted back-into space. For the Earth to maintain a constant average temperature, such emissions from the planet must balance incoming solar radiation. If there were no carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, heat would escape from the Earth much more easily. The surface temperature would be so much lower that the oceans might be a solid mass of ice. 
Today, however, the potential problem is too much carbon dioxide. The burning of fossil fuels and the clearing of forests have increased atmospheric carbon dioxide by about 15 percent in the last hundred years, and we continue to add carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. Could the increase in carbon dioxide cause a global rise in average temperature, and could such a rise have serious consequences for human society? Mathematical models that allow us to calculate the rise in temperature as a function of the increase indicate that the answer is probably yes.
Under present conditions a temperature of -180C can be observed at an altitude of 5 to 6 kilometers above the Earth. Below this altitude (called the radiating level), the temperature increases by about 60C per kilometer approaching the Earth's surface, where the average temperature is about 150C. An increase in the amount of carbon dioxide means that there are more molecules of carbon dioxide to absorb infrared radiation. As the capacity of the atmosphere to absorb infrared radiation increases, the radiating level and the temperature of the surface must rise.
One mathematical model predicts that doubling the atmospheric carbon dioxide would raise the global mean surface temperature by 2.50C. This model assumes that the atmosphere's relative humidity remains constant and the temperature decreases with altitude at a rate of 6.50C per kilometer. The assumption of constant relative humidity is important, because water vapor in the atmosphere is another efficient absorber of radiation at infrared wavelengths. Because warm air can hold more moisture than cool air, the relative humidity will be constant only if the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere increases as the temperature rises. Therefore, more infrared radiation would be absorbed and radiated back to the Earth's surface. The resultant warming at the surface could be expected to melt snow and ice, reducing the Earth's reflectivity. More solar radiation would then be absorbed, leading to a further increase in temperature." 
Q.95 It can be concluded from information contained in the passage that the average temperature at an altitude of 1 kilometer above the Earth is about
1)
15 0 C

2)
9 0 C

3)
2.5 0 C

4)
- 12 0 C

5)
- 18 0 C

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Q.96 Although ancient tools were _____ preserved, enough have survived to allow us to demonstrate, an occasionally interrupted but generally _____ progress through prehistory.
1)
partially … noticeable

2)
superficially … necessary

3)
unwittingly … documented

4)
rarely … continued

5)
needlessly … incessant

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Q.97 Rather than enhancing a country’s security, the successful development of nuclear weapons could serve at first to increase that country’s _____.
1)
boldness

2)
influence

3)
responsibility

4)
moderation

5)
vulnerability

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Q.98 In the seventeenth century, direct flouting of a generally accepted system of values was regarded as _____, even as a sign of madness.
1)
adventurous

2)
frivolous

3)
wilful

4)
impermissible

5)
irrational

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Q.99 No one is _____ about Stephens; he inspires either uncritical adulation or profound _____ in those who work for him.
1)
neutral … antipathy

2)
infuriated … aversion

3)
worried … anxiety

4)
enthusiastic … veneration

5)
apprehensive … consternation

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Q.100 My friend‘s uncle is a member of Alcoholics Anonymous; his _____ led to a _____ liver disease.
1)
dipsomania … ineluctable

2)
avarice … auspicious

3)
volition … unctuous

4)
sojourn … audacious

5)
tableau … incipient

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Q.101 After a year of hard work in the metropolitan rush, as a relief from _____ pressures, many plan to _____ on their vacation.
1)
inveterate … pique

2)
urban … rusticate

3)
pent … prate

4)
neolithic … venerate

5)
laconic … slake

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Q.102 Although his outnumbered troops fought bravely, the general felt he had no choice but to _____ defeat and _____ a retreat.
1)
hasten … suggest

2)
seek … try

3)
oversee .. Reject

4)
overcome … request

5)
acknowledge … order

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Q.103 The world is not _____, but _____, which means that every economic event that takes place somewhere in the world is felt virtually everywhere in the world.
1)
static … changing

2)
cohesive … discrete

3)
complete … imperfect

4)
isolated … unified

5)
fragmented … integrated

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Q.104 The study of history leads one away from the extremes of belief, thus allowing one to develop conviction without dogmatism, devotion without _____.
1)
comprehension

2)
realism

3)
moderation

4)
fanaticism

5)
skepticism

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Q.105 In that era, painters believed that human beauty was a _____ of divine beauty, just as the human intellect was a microcosm of the universal mind.
1)
supposition

2)
rejection

3)
reflection

4)
misconception

5)
revision

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. 
Q.106 Archaeology is a poor profession; only ____ sums are available for excavating sites and even more ____ amounts for preserving the excavations.
1)
trifling - meager

2)
miniscule - substantial

3)
average - augmented

4)
judicious - penurious

5)
modest - munificent

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. 
Q.107 One ____ the new scheme is that it might actually ____ just those applicants that it was intended to encourage.
1)
highlight of - rouse

2)
feature of - attract

3)
problem with - provoked

4)
attraction of - intimidate

5)
drawback of - daunt

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. 
Q.108 His characteristically ____ views on examination methods at university level have aroused ____ in those who want to introduce innovative and flexible patterns of assessment.
1)
hidebound - antagonism

2)
moderate - anger

3)
reactionary - admiration

4)
rigid - support

5)
accommodating - annoyance

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. 
Q.109 Our grandfather was an entertaining ____; he used to ____ us with marvelous anecdotes that we, in our childlike simplicity, accepted unquestioningly.
1)
scalawag - bore

2)
orator - overawe

3)
raconteur - regale

4)
curmudgeon - surprise

5)
tyrant - stupefy

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. 
Q.110 The conclusion of his argument, while ____ , is far from ____ .
1)
stimulating - interesting

2)
sensible - valueless

3)
esoteric-murky

4)
germane - relevant

5)
abstruse - incomprehensible

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. 
Q.111 In the Middle Ages, the ____ of the great cathedrals did not enter into the architects' plans; almost invariably a cathedral was positioned haphazardly in ____ surroundings.
1)
situation - incongruous

2)
location - pertinent

3)
ambience – salubrious

4)
durability - handy

5)
majesty - grandiose

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. 
Q.112 Some critics maintain that Tennyson's poetry is uneven, ranging from the ____ to the ____.
1)
magnificent-elevated

2)
trite- inspired

3)
vacuous - inane

4)
succinct - laconic

5)
resonant – voluble

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. 
Q.113 Corruption is ____ in our society; the integrity of even senior officials is ____
1)
mounting-unquestioned

2)
endangered - disputed

3)
pervasive - integral

4)
rare - corrupted

5)
rife - suspect

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. 
Q.114 Because King Philip's desire to make Spain the dominant power in sixteenth-century Europe ran counter to Queen Elizabeth's insistence on autonomy for England,_______ was_______.
1)
ceasefire. . Assured

2)
warfare . . Avoidable

3)
ruination . . Impossible

4)
conflict. . Inevitable

5)
diplomacy. . Obvious

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each sentence below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five choices. Choose the correct option for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. 
Q.115 Many people at that time believed that spices help preserve food; however, Hall found that many marketed spices were ____ bacteria, moulds and yeasts.
1)
devoid of

2)
teeming with

3)
improved by

4)
shattered by

5)
active against

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In each of the following sentences, some part of the sentence or the entire sentence is underlined. Beneath each sentence you will find five ways of phrasing the underlined part. The first part of these repeats original; the other four are different. If you think the original is the best of these answer choices,choose answer (1); otherwise, choose one of the others. 
Q.116 Congress is debating a bill requiring certain employers provide workers with unpaid leave so as tocare for sick or newborn children.
1)
provide workers with unpaid leave so as to

2)
to provide workers with unpaid leave so as to

3)
provide workers with unpaid leave in order that they

4)
to provide workers with unpaid leave so that they can

5)
provide workers with unpaid leave and

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In each of the following sentences, some part of the sentence or the entire sentence is underlined. Beneath each sentence you will find five ways of phrasing the underlined part. The first part of these repeats original; the other four are different. If you think the original is the best of these answer choices,choose answer (1); otherwise, choose one of the others. 
Q.117 Although she had signed a pledge of abstinence while being an adolescent, Frances Willard was 35 years old before she chose to become a temperance activist.
1)
while being an adolescent

2)
while in adolescent

3)
at the time of her being adolescent

4)
as being in adolescent

5)
as an adolescent

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In each of the following sentences, some part of the sentence or the entire sentence is underlined. Beneath each sentence you will find five ways of phrasing the underlined part. The first part of these repeats original; the other four are different. If you think the original is the best of these answer choices,choose answer (1); otherwise, choose one of the others. 
Q.118 Astronomers at the Palomar Observatory have discovered a distant supernova explosion, one that they believe a type previously unknown to science.
1)
that they believe is

2)
that they believe it to be

3)
they believe that it is of

4)
they believe that is

5)
they believe to be of

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In each of the following sentences, some part of the sentence or the entire sentence is underlined. Beneath each sentence you will find five ways of phrasing the underlined part. The first part of these repeats original; the other four are different. If you think the original is the best of these answer choices,choose answer (1); otherwise, choose one of the others. 
Q.119 Of all the possible disasters that threaten American agriculture, the possibility of an adverse change in climate is may the more dificult for analysis.
1)
is maybe the more difficult for analysis

2)
is probably the most difficult to analyze

3)
is may be the most difficult for analysis

4)
is probably the more difficult to analyze

5)
is, it may be, the analysis that is most difficult

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In each of the following sentences, some part of the sentence or the entire sentence is underlined. Beneath each sentence you will find five ways of phrasing the underlined part. The first part of these repeats original; the other four are different. If you think the original is the best of these answer choices,choose answer (1); otherwise, choose one of the others. 
Q.120 If I had the address, I would have delivered the package myself.
1)
had the address,

2)
had the address;

3)
had the address-

4)
had had the address;

5)
had had the address,

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In each of the following sentences, some part of the sentence or the entire sentence is underlined. Beneath each sentence you will find five ways of phrasing the underlined part. The first part of these repeats original; the other four are different. If you think the original is the best of these answer choices,choose answer (1); otherwise, choose one of the others. 
Q.121 Do you know that these gloves have lay on the bureau all week?
1)
have lay on

2)
have laid on

3)
would lie on
 
4)
had laid on

5)
have lain on

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In each of the following sentences, some part of the sentence or the entire sentence is underlined. Beneath each sentence you will find five ways of phrasing the underlined part. The first part of these repeats original; the other four are different. If you think the original is the best of these answer choices,choose answer (1); otherwise, choose one of the others. 
Q.122 Unlike a typical automobile loan, which requires a fifteen- to twenty- percent down payment, the lease-loan buyer is not required to make an intial deposit on the new vehicle.
1)
the lease-loan buyer is not required to make

2)
with lease-loan buying there is no requirement of

3)
lease-loan buyers are not required to make

4)
for the lease-loan buyer there is no requirement of

5)
a lease-loan does not require the buyer to make

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In each of the following sentences, some part of the sentence or the entire sentence is underlined. Beneath each sentence you will find five ways of phrasing the underlined part. The first part of these repeats original; the other four are different. If you think the original is the best of these answer choices,choose answer (1); otherwise, choose one of the others. 
Q.123 In addition to having more protein than wheat does, the protein in rice is higher quality than that inwheat, with more of the amino acids essential to the human diet.
1)
the protein in rice is higher quality than that in

2)
rice has protein of higher quality than that in

3)
the protein in rice is higher in quality than it is in

4)
rice protien is higher in quality than it is in

5)
rice has a protein higher in quality than

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In each of the following sentences, some part of the sentence or the entire sentence is underlined. Beneath each sentence you will find five ways of phrasing the underlined part. The first part of these repeats original; the other four are different. If you think the original is the best of these answer choices,choose answer (1); otherwise, choose one of the others. 
Q.124 The golden crab of the Gulf of Mexico has not been fished commercially in great numbers, primarily on account of living at great depths- 2,500 to 3,000 feet down.
1)
on account of living

2)
on account of their living

3)
because it lives

4)
because it living

5)
being they live

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: In each of the following sentences, some part of the sentence or the entire sentence is underlined. Beneath each sentence you will find five ways of phrasing the underlined part. The first part of these repeats original; the other four are different. If you think the original is the best of these answer choices,choose answer (1); otherwise, choose one of the others. 
Q.125 By next month Ms. Jones will be Mayor of Tallahassee for two years.
1)
will be Mayor of Tallahassee

2)
will have been Mayor of Tallahassee

3)
will be mayor of Tallahassee
 
4)
will have been mayor of Tallahassee

5)
could have been mayor of Tallahassee

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each question below consists of a word given in capital letters followed by four choices.Choose the correct option that is most nearly similar in meaning to the given word :
Q.126 EXTORTIONATE
1)
excessive

2)
kidnapped

3)
extinguishable

4)
extractable

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each question below consists of a word given in capital letters followed by four choices.Choose the correct option that is most nearly similar in meaning to the given word :
Q.127 PROVIDENTIAL
1)
thrifty

2)
provisional

3)
occurring just at the right time when needed

4)
provocative

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each question below consists of a word given in capital letters followed by four choices.Choose the correct option that is most nearly similar in meaning to the given word :
Q.128 DEMEANOR
1)
demarcation

2)
way of behaving

3)
detection

4)
liability

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each question below consists of a word given in capital letters followed by four choices.Choose the correct option that is most nearly similar in meaning to the given word :
Q.129 GENESIS
1)
genre

2)
gentleness

3)
origin

4)
liability

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each question below consists of a word given in capital letters followed by four choices.Choose the correct option that is most nearly similar in meaning to the given word :
Q.130 MISSIVE
1)
leniency

2)
letter

3)
mistake

4)
extravagance

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each question below consists of a word given in capital letters followed by four choices.Choose the correct option that is most nearly similar in meaning to the given word :
Q.131 ABJURE
1)
Renounce

2)
Abrogate

3)
Revere

4)
Abundance

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each question below consists of a word given in capital letters followed by four choices.Choose the correct option that is most nearly similar in meaning to the given word :
Q.132 CONGLOMERATE
1)
Single

2)
Asunder

3)
Motley

4)
Contradict

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each question below consists of a word given in capital letters followed by four choices.Choose the correct option that is most nearly similar in meaning to the given word :
Q.133 EXPOSTULATE
1)
Express

2)
Dissuade

3)
Pursue

4)
Explain

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each question below consists of a word given in capital letters followed by four choices.Choose the correct option that is most nearly similar in meaning to the given word :
Q.134 MENDACIOUS
1)
Meaningful

2)
Trustworthy

3)
Melancholic

4)
Perfidious

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each question below consists of a word given in capital letters followed by four choices.Choose the correct option that is most nearly similar in meaning to the given word :
Q.135 PUSILLANIMOUS
1)
Timorous

2)
Courageous

3)
Wise

4)
punctual

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. Each part is followed by a number. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is the number followed by ‘No Error’. 
Q.136 Celebrities showed their child-like side (1) / yesterday, as most of them turn up wearing (2) / cartoon T-shirts for the screening of (3) / the latest animated film in the town. (4) / No error (5)
1)
1

2)
2

3)
3

4)
4

5)
5

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. Each part is followed by a number. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is the number followed by ‘No Error’. 
Q.137 The study focusing exclusively to (1) / critically-ill children found that children with chronic illnesses, (2) /especially respiratory illnesses, are most likely, (3) / to develop influenza that requires critical care. (4) / No error (5)
1)
1

2)
2

3)
3

4)
4

5)
5

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. Each part is followed by a number. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is the number followed by ‘No Error’. 
Q.138 The actor, who plays (1) / a detective in the film, alleged to have pushed the director (2) / when he asked him to get into his costume (3) / as it was getting late. (4) / No error (5)
1)
1

2)
2

3)
3

4)
4

5)
5

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. Each part is followed by a number. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is the number followed by ‘No Error’. 
Q.139 Manish was advised an operation (1) / more than thirty years back, but (2) / due to his financial condition he (3) / could not undergoes the procedure. (4) / No error (5)
1)
1

2)
2

3)
3

4)
4

5)
5

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. Each part is followed by a number. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is the number followed by ‘No Error’. 
Q.140 Many of the young people (1) / studying abroad agreed that (2) / returning home was always (3) / an attractive option. (4) / No error (5)
1)
1

2)
2

3)
3

4)
4

5)
5

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. Each part is followed by a number. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is the number followed by ‘No Error’. 
Q.141 The government needs to provide (1) / specific regulations that create an environment (2) / where trained scientific personnel enjoyed space and freedom (3) / to design new products benefiting society. (4) / No error (5)
1)
1

2)
2

3)
3

4)
4

5)
5

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. Each part is followed by a number. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is the number followed by ‘No Error’. 
Q.142 Conventionally speaking, (1) / men are supposed to earn while (2) / women are supposed to sit at home, (3) / do housework and discipline the children. (4) / No error (5)
1)
1

2)
2

3)
3

4)
4

5)
5

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. Each part is followed by a number. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is the number followed by ‘No Error’. 
Q.143 The movement, which aims to (1) /raise awareness about climate change hopes (2) / to bring people together to think about (3) / what they can do for reduce harmful pollution. (4) / No error (5)
1)
1

2)
2

3)
3

4)
4

5)
5

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. Each part is followed by a number. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is the number followed by ‘No Error’. 
Q.144 Workers battling to restore (1) / power supply to the damaged reactors (2) / have successful in
1)
1

2)
2

3)
3

4)
4

5)
5

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Read the each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. Each part is followed by a number. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is the number followed by ‘No Error’. 
Q.145 Six Women achievers, who continue (1) / to inspire the younger lot, were honored (2) / with their contributions in their chosen fields (3) / on the occasion of women's day. (4) / No error (5)
1)
1

2)
2

3)
3

4)
4

5)
5

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
"Directions: This test is to judge a candidate's knowledge of grammar usage and vocabulary. In this question type, a passage is given, with some (usually 5, 10 or 15) blank spaces in it. For each of these blanks, some alternatives are given. The candidate is required to first read the passage, understand what it is about and then choose the most appropriate word in the context of the passage, from the given alternatives.

Without water ... (1). .. animal can survive. In desert regions the greatest... (2) ... to life -is drying up. But many creatures are able to make use of ... (3) ... little water that exists in arid areas. One of nature's masterpieces ... (4) ... creatures equipped to ... (5) ... with desert life is the hardy camels. Stories range the desert lands far and wide about ... (6) ... endurance feats by camels. It is said that camels can ... (7) ... a distance of about 800 miles in .eight days through continuous travel ... (8) ... an intake of a single drop of water. The popular ... (9) ... that camels store water in their hump is ... (10) ... in a way; water is indeed stored there but in the form of fat. " 
Q.146 Fill the blank (1) with appropriate word
1)
every

2)
no

3)
any

4)
desert

5)
exceptional

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
"Directions: This test is to judge a candidate's knowledge of grammar usage and vocabulary. In this question type, a passage is given, with some (usually 5, 10 or 15) blank spaces in it. For each of these blanks, some alternatives are given. The candidate is required to first read the passage, understand what it is about and then choose the most appropriate word in the context of the passage, from the given alternatives.

Without water ... (1). .. animal can survive. In desert regions the greatest... (2) ... to life -is drying up. But many creatures are able to make use of ... (3) ... little water that exists in arid areas. One of nature's masterpieces ... (4) ... creatures equipped to ... (5) ... with desert life is the hardy camels. Stories range the desert lands far and wide about ... (6) ... endurance feats by camels. It is said that camels can ... (7) ... a distance of about 800 miles in .eight days through continuous travel ... (8) ... an intake of a single drop of water. The popular ... (9) ... that camels store water in their hump is ... (10) ... in a way; water is indeed stored there but in the form of fat. " 
Q.147 Fill the blank (2) with appropriate word
1)
need

2)
worry

3)
threat

4)
requirement

5)
inadequacy

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
"Directions: This test is to judge a candidate's knowledge of grammar usage and vocabulary. In this question type, a passage is given, with some (usually 5, 10 or 15) blank spaces in it. For each of these blanks, some alternatives are given. The candidate is required to first read the passage, understand what it is about and then choose the most appropriate word in the context of the passage, from the given alternatives.

Without water ... (1). .. animal can survive. In desert regions the greatest... (2) ... to life -is drying up. But many creatures are able to make use of ... (3) ... little water that exists in arid areas. One of nature's masterpieces ... (4) ... creatures equipped to ... (5) ... with desert life is the hardy camels. Stories range the desert lands far and wide about ... (6) ... endurance feats by camels. It is said that camels can ... (7) ... a distance of about 800 miles in .eight days through continuous travel ... (8) ... an intake of a single drop of water. The popular ... (9) ... that camels store water in their hump is ... (10) ... in a way; water is indeed stored there but in the form of fat. " 
Q.148 Fill the blank (3) with appropriate word
1)
what

2)
the

3)
very

4)
that

5)
extremely

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
"Directions: This test is to judge a candidate's knowledge of grammar usage and vocabulary. In this question type, a passage is given, with some (usually 5, 10 or 15) blank spaces in it. For each of these blanks, some alternatives are given. The candidate is required to first read the passage, understand what it is about and then choose the most appropriate word in the context of the passage, from the given alternatives.

Without water ... (1). .. animal can survive. In desert regions the greatest... (2) ... to life -is drying up. But many creatures are able to make use of ... (3) ... little water that exists in arid areas. One of nature's masterpieces ... (4) ... creatures equipped to ... (5) ... with desert life is the hardy camels. Stories range the desert lands far and wide about ... (6) ... endurance feats by camels. It is said that camels can ... (7) ... a distance of about 800 miles in .eight days through continuous travel ... (8) ... an intake of a single drop of water. The popular ... (9) ... that camels store water in their hump is ... (10) ... in a way; water is indeed stored there but in the form of fat. " 
Q.149 Fill the blank (4) with appropriate word
1)
for'

2)
about

3)
among

4)
with

5)
of

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
"Directions: This test is to judge a candidate's knowledge of grammar usage and vocabulary. In this question type, a passage is given, with some (usually 5, 10 or 15) blank spaces in it. For each of these blanks, some alternatives are given. The candidate is required to first read the passage, understand what it is about and then choose the most appropriate word in the context of the passage, from the given alternatives.

Without water ... (1). .. animal can survive. In desert regions the greatest... (2) ... to life -is drying up. But many creatures are able to make use of ... (3) ... little water that exists in arid areas. One of nature's masterpieces ... (4) ... creatures equipped to ... (5) ... with desert life is the hardy camels. Stories range the desert lands far and wide about ... (6) ... endurance feats by camels. It is said that camels can ... (7) ... a distance of about 800 miles in .eight days through continuous travel ... (8) ... an intake of a single drop of water. The popular ... (9) ... that camels store water in their hump is ... (10) ... in a way; water is indeed stored there but in the form of fat. " 
Q.150 Fill the blank (5) with appropriate word
1)
live

2)
resist

3)
bear

4)
cope

5)
mix

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
"Directions: This test is to judge a candidate's knowledge of grammar usage and vocabulary. In this question type, a passage is given, with some (usually 5, 10 or 15) blank spaces in it. For each of these blanks, some alternatives are given. The candidate is required to first read the passage, understand what it is about and then choose the most appropriate word in the context of the passage, from the given alternatives.

Without water ... (1). .. animal can survive. In desert regions the greatest... (2) ... to life -is drying up. But many creatures are able to make use of ... (3) ... little water that exists in arid areas. One of nature's masterpieces ... (4) ... creatures equipped to ... (5) ... with desert life is the hardy camels. Stories range the desert lands far and wide about ... (6) ... endurance feats by camels. It is said that camels can ... (7) ... a distance of about 800 miles in .eight days through continuous travel ... (8) ... an intake of a single drop of water. The popular ... (9) ... that camels store water in their hump is ... (10) ... in a way; water is indeed stored there but in the form of fat. " 
Q.151 Fill the blank (6) with appropriate word
1)
remarkable

2)
little

3)
tolerable

4)
popular

5)
obvious

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
"Directions: This test is to judge a candidate's knowledge of grammar usage and vocabulary. In this question type, a passage is given, with some (usually 5, 10 or 15) blank spaces in it. For each of these blanks, some alternatives are given. The candidate is required to first read the passage, understand what it is about and then choose the most appropriate word in the context of the passage, from the given alternatives.

Without water ... (1). .. animal can survive. In desert regions the greatest... (2) ... to life -is drying up. But many creatures are able to make use of ... (3) ... little water that exists in arid areas. One of nature's masterpieces ... (4) ... creatures equipped to ... (5) ... with desert life is the hardy camels. Stories range the desert lands far and wide about ... (6) ... endurance feats by camels. It is said that camels can ... (7) ... a distance of about 800 miles in .eight days through continuous travel ... (8) ... an intake of a single drop of water. The popular ... (9) ... that camels store water in their hump is ... (10) ... in a way; water is indeed stored there but in the form of fat. " 
Q.152 Fill the blank (7) with appropriate word
1)
measure'

2)
reduce

3)
lead

4)
reach

5)
cover

Correct Option : 5
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
"Directions: This test is to judge a candidate's knowledge of grammar usage and vocabulary. In this question type, a passage is given, with some (usually 5, 10 or 15) blank spaces in it. For each of these blanks, some alternatives are given. The candidate is required to first read the passage, understand what it is about and then choose the most appropriate word in the context of the passage, from the given alternatives.

Without water ... (1). .. animal can survive. In desert regions the greatest... (2) ... to life -is drying up. But many creatures are able to make use of ... (3) ... little water that exists in arid areas. One of nature's masterpieces ... (4) ... creatures equipped to ... (5) ... with desert life is the hardy camels. Stories range the desert lands far and wide about ... (6) ... endurance feats by camels. It is said that camels can ... (7) ... a distance of about 800 miles in .eight days through continuous travel ... (8) ... an intake of a single drop of water. The popular ... (9) ... that camels store water in their hump is ... (10) ... in a way; water is indeed stored there but in the form of fat. " 
Q.153 Fill the blank (8) with appropriate word
1)
for

2)
without

3)
accepting

4)
receiving

5)
expect

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
"Directions: This test is to judge a candidate's knowledge of grammar usage and vocabulary. In this question type, a passage is given, with some (usually 5, 10 or 15) blank spaces in it. For each of these blanks, some alternatives are given. The candidate is required to first read the passage, understand what it is about and then choose the most appropriate word in the context of the passage, from the given alternatives.
Without water ... (1). .. animal can survive. In desert regions the greatest... (2) ... to life -is drying up. But many creatures are able to make use of ... (3) ... little water that exists in arid areas. One of nature's masterpieces ... (4) ... creatures equipped to ... (5) ... with desert life is the hardy camels. Stories range the desert lands far and wide about ... (6) ... endurance feats by camels. It is said that camels can ... (7) ... a distance of about 800 miles in .eight days through continuous travel ... (8) ... an intake of a single drop of water. The popular ... (9) ... that camels store water in their hump is ... (10) ... in a way; water is indeed stored there but in the form of fat. " 
Q.154 Fill the blank (9) with appropriate word
1)
proverb

2)
guess

3)
belief

4)
version

5)
statement

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
"Directions: This test is to judge a candidate's knowledge of grammar usage and vocabulary. In this question type, a passage is given, with some (usually 5, 10 or 15) blank spaces in it. For each of these blanks, some alternatives are given. The candidate is required to first read the passage, understand what it is about and then choose the most appropriate word in the context of the passage, from the given alternatives.
Without water ... (1). .. animal can survive. In desert regions the greatest... (2) ... to life -is drying up. But many creatures are able to make use of ... (3) ... little water that exists in arid areas. One of nature's masterpieces ... (4) ... creatures equipped to ... (5) ... with desert life is the hardy camels. Stories range the desert lands far and wide about ... (6) ... endurance feats by camels. It is said that camels can ... (7) ... a distance of about 800 miles in .eight days through continuous travel ... (8) ... an intake of a single drop of water. The popular ... (9) ... that camels store water in their hump is ... (10) ... in a way; water is indeed stored there but in the form of fat. " 
Q.155 Fill the blank (10) with appropriate word
1)
baseless

2)
wrong

3)
misleading

4)
correct

5)
untruthful

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Which of the phrases A,B,C and D given below each statement should replace the phrase given in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct?
Q.156 He started hammering on the adjoining but Mary carried on regardless.
1)
took little interest

2)
took some notice

3)
took not the slightest notice

4)
took the most interest

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Which of the phrases A,B,C and D given below each statement should replace the phrase given in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct?
Q.157 In the end her neighbor decided to speak his mind.
1)
say exactly what he thought

2)
have a chat

3)
say a few words

4)
express a point of view

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Which of the phrases A,B,C and D given below each statement should replace the phrase given in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct?
Q.158 Although he had never met her; he was determined to read her the riot act.
1)
tell her off

2)
tell her a story

3)
tell her straight

4)
tell her the truth

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Which of the phrases A,B,C and D given below each statement should replace the phrase given in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct?
Q.159 Mary opened the door and as soon as they saw each other they fell head over heels in love with each other
1)
quickly

2)
utterly

3)
easily

4)
slowly

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Which of the phrases A,B,C and D given below each statement should replace the phrase given in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct?
Q.160 A few months later they decided to knock down the adjoining wall and now everything in the garden is lovely.
1)
the flowers are growing

2)
everything is perfect

3)
everything is growing

4)
everything is flowering

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions : Each of the the given statement is in Direct speech and is converted into Indirect speech     in four different ways. Choose the best option from the given alternatives.
Q.161 The man said, "No, I refused to, confess guilt.”
1)
The man refused to confess his guilt

2)
The man told that he did not confess guilt

3)
The man was stubborn enough to confess guilt

4)
The man emphatically refused to confess guilt

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions : Each of the the given statement is in Direct speech and is converted into Indirect speech     in four different ways. Choose the best option from the given alternatives.
Q.162 The boy said, “Who dare call me a thief?"
1)
The boy enquired who dared call him a thief

2)
The boy asked who called him a thief

3)
The boy told that who dared call him a thief

4)
The boy wondered who dared call a thief

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions : Each of the the given statement is in Direct speech and is converted into Indirect speech     in four different ways. Choose the best option from the given alternatives.
Q.163 She said to him, ''Why don't you go today?''
1)
She asked him why he did not go that day

2)
She said to him why he don’t go that day

3)
She asked him not to go that day

4)
She asked him why he did not go today

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions : Each of the the given statement is in Direct speech and is converted into Indirect speech     in four different ways. Choose the best option from the given alternatives.
Q.164 What do you want from me?
1)
He asked me if I wanted anything from him

2)
He asked me what I wanted from him

3)
He asked me what did I want from him

4)
He asks me what I want from him

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions : Each of the the given statement is in Direct speech and is converted into Indirect speech     in four different ways. Choose the best option from the given alternatives.
Q.165 Sam: Did they arrive on time?`
1)
Sam asked had they arrived on time

2)
Sam wanted to know if they arrive on time

3)
Sam questioned about their arrival time

4)
Sam wondered if they had arrived on time

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each of the given statement is in active voice and is converted into passive voice in four     different ways. Choose the best option from the given alternatives.
Q.166 You can play with these kittens quite safely.
1)
These kittens can played with quite safely.

2)
These kittens can play with you quite safely.

3)
These kittens can be played with you quite safely.

4)
These kittens can be played with quite safely.

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each of the given statement is in active voice and is converted into passive voice in four     different ways. Choose the best option from the given alternatives.
Q.167 They have built a perfect dam across the river.
1)
Across the river a perfect dam was built.

2)
A perfect dam has been built by them across the river

3)
A perfect dam should have been built by them.

4)
Across the river was a perfect dam.

Correct Option : 2
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each of the given statement is in active voice and is converted into passive voice in four     different ways. Choose the best option from the given alternatives.
Q.168 You should open the bottle about three hours before you use it.
1)
Bottle should be opened about three hours before use.

2)
Bottle should be opened by you three hours before use.

3)
Bottle should be opened about three hours before you use it.

4)
Bottle should be opened about three hours before it is used.

Correct Option : 4
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each of the given statement is in active voice and is converted into passive voice in four     different ways. Choose the best option from the given alternatives.
Q.169 After driving professor Kumar to the museum she dropped him at his hotel.
1)
After being driven to the museum, Professor Kumar was dropped at his hotel.

2)
Professor Kumar was being driven dropped at his hotel.

3)
After she had driven Professor Kumar to the museum she had dropped him at his hotel.

4)
After she was driven Professor Kumar to the museum she had dropped him at his hotel.

Correct Option : 1
Solution : No solution being provided.
 
Directions: Each of the given statement is in active voice and is converted into passive voice in four     different ways. Choose the best option from the given alternatives.
Q.170 Darjeeling grows tea.
1)
Tea is being grown in Darjeeling.

2)
Let the tea be grown in Darjeeling.

3)
Tea is grown in Darjeeling.

4)
Tea grows in Darjeeling.

Correct Option : 3
Solution : No solution being provided.

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