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Question 1 of 20
1. The fox and the crane remained friends for a long time.
P. She served the dishes in a beaker to the fox. The fox could not eat it because the beaker was very high.
Q. The crane could not eat the dishes because of its long beak. The next day it was the turn of the crane to host the lunch for the fox.
R. But the fox wanted to show that he was cleverer than the crane.
S. So one day he invited the crane for dinner and served the dishes on a plate.
6. The fox put down its head in shame and went away.
Question 2 of 20
1. There are examinations at school which a pupil can pass by cramming the texts.
P. But for spiritual knowledge mere memory of holy texts will be of no use in passing the tests.
Q. One can score in them by the power of memory.
R. A competent guru alone can pro- vide the necessary guidance to an earnest disciple.
S. What the text says has to be reflected upon and experienced by the speaker.
6. Thus, reading, reflection and experience are the three stages in gaining spiritual knowledge.
Question 3 of 20
1. No one can deny that peasant forms the backbone of the nation.
P. Hence he is the most useful member of the society.
Q. Yet this fellow is exploited by the rich.
R. He grows food for the whole country.
S. It is our duty to improve his lot.
6. We should grant him the social status he deserves.
Question 4 of 20
1. Priya went to the first counter at the post office as she needed stamps for six rupees.
P. She was shown the corner where gum bottle was kept.
Q. The woman behind the counter said it was registration counter and directed her to t he last counter.
R. She was looking for gum to affix the stamps on the envelope.
S. She thanked the lady and came to the counter on the left extreme and got the stamps.
6. She went to the corner, took two drops of gum, affixed the stamps and put the letter in the post box.
Question 5 of 20
1. It is very misleading to say that computers can ‘think’ like people.
P. However, they make it possible for people to ‘bottle’ thought.
Q. They have no more a mind of their own than a lawn mower.
R. They can not.
S. You work out how to do a particular job, write a program and then the computer applies your thinking to that job as long as you like.
6. In this sense computers are half alive because they perpetuate thinking of their creators.
Question 6 of 20
1. India’s uniqueness lies in its unity in diversity.
P. So the problems of India should not be viewed in isolation.
Q. Because of this factor, there are problems here and there at times.
R. Indi a is a multi religious, multicultural and multilingual country.
S. But even small countries with monolithic society have more problems.
6. And India is poised for success in all fields.
Question 7 of 20
1. My friend went to live in a village.
P. But is was a very slow animal.
Q. So my friend bought a donkey for Rs. 500
R. One day his new neighbor told him that he must buy a donkey.
S. Every family there had a don- key.
6. It did not like to work.
Question 8 of 20
1. When Galileo went home, he began to experiment with the pendulum.
P. When he showed it to his teachers, they were delighted.
Q. It was not long before physicians were all using the instrument to count the heart–beats of their patients.
R. Soon he had invented an instrument which marked the rate of pulse-beats.
S. Then the clock makers began to use the pendulum to keep time.
6. Today it has many other uses.
Question 9 of 20
1. People have wrong calculations about Japan’s population.
P. No, this is not true.
Q. And old people die more often than the young.
R. There are more old people in Japan.
S. The question is whether Japan has a lower death rate.
6. So it is very high in Japan.
Question 10 of 20
1. Pollution is one of the evils brought about by the growth of science.
P. Air pollution has very harmful effects.
Q. They pollute the air and the atmosphere.
R. It is making the environment, water and air dirty.
S. Factories and industries keep throwing out smoke which contains toxic gases.
6. People living in the surroundings breathe the impure air and are affected by diseases of the lungs and heart.
Question 11 of 20
1. A bad habit is harmful, none as harmful as smoking.
P. But habit is second nature, smokers remain smokers for life
Q. Besides being expensive, smoking does injury to one’s health
R. In the long run he may get something worse-lung cancer
S. A smoker gets nothing but smoke for his money
6. Then why get that bad habit?
Question 12 of 20
1. Phobic reactions are strong, irrational fears of specific objects or situations
P. But there is no objective danger
Q. For example, when a person is extremely fearful of birds, snakes, heights or closed places, the label phobia is applied to the person’s fear and avoidance
R. He usually recognizes that his fear is irrational
S. A person suffering from phobic neurosis knows what he is afraid of
6. But he cannot control it.
Question 13 of 20
1. In this life there are no gains without pains,
P. No victory is a real triumph unless the foe is worthy
Q. Life, indeed, would be dull if there were no difficulties
R. Both winner and loser enjoy a game most if it is closely contested to the last
S. Gainers lose their zest if there is no real struggle
6. Whether we like it or not, life is one continuous competition.
Question 14 of 20
1. One Botany professor always tried to convince his students that his branch of biology is superior to all the others
P. His most persuasive argument, however, came during a laboratory session
Q. And they don’t eat very much
R. Examining the cells of a pear, the professor cut a slice for the microscopic slide and took a bite of the rest of the specimen
S. Plants, he noted never run away or bite
6. “You won’t be doing that in a Zoology lab,” he said.
Question 15 of 20
1. Failure is nothing to be ashamed of for there is hardly any man who has not failed in life, not once but many times.
P. What is important is the way we take our failure
Q. It has been well said that he who never made a mistake never achieved anything of great worth
R. From the little child who tries to stand up to the would-be conqueror who tries to conquer some new territory, everyone has to face failure
S. If we face our failure boldly and resolve to fight again we are sure to achieve victory in the long run
6. Thus failures can prove step- ping stones in our march to victory.
Question 16 of 20
1. One of the most widely spread bad habits
P. which is now smoked or chewed by men
Q. and even by children
R. often by women
S. is the use of tobacco
6. almost all over the world.
Question 17 of 20
1. The landscape
P. with Nature displaying
Q. here is awesome
R. that are seldom
S. a range of delights
6. seen together
Question 18 of 20
1. Smoke billowed up between the plants.
P. Passengers were told to be ready to quit the ship.
Q. The rising gale fanned the shouldering fire.
R. Everyone now knew there was a fire on board.
S. Flames broke out here and there.
6. Most people bore the shock bravely.
Question 19 of 20
1. It is far better to live for a short while
P. contribution to the world
Q. and make some significant
R. that is just idled away
S. than spend a long life
6. in gossiping and playing.
Question 20 of 20
1. The salmon fish pushed them- selves
P. to return to their spawning grounds
Q. and fertilized them
R. but once they laid their eggs
S. to their limits
6. they died.