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- Question 1 of 20
1. The spider fell seven times to reach its goal but didn’t give up hope.
P. The king learnt a lesson from the spider.
Q. It tried again and this time it succeeded in reaching the top.
R. Then he attacked his enemies repeatedly.
S. He appealed to the people for help and collected soldiers to form a large army.
6. At last he won the battle and got back his kingdom.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 2 of 20
1. A few workmen came to cut down the tree.
P. It took them all morning.
Q. They did not know what to do with the roots.
R. It was not an easy job to cut down such a huge tree.
S. They decided that the roots had to be dug out.
6. At last the tree was lying on the ground.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 3 of 20
1. A mob went berserk at R G Kar Hospital on Friday.
P. The agitators also smashed equipment and windows of the hospital.
Q. The boy had died on the operating table soon after being administered anaesthesia.
R. This happened after the death of a 15 year old boy.
S. The victim’s relatives and neighbours clashed with the police.
6. Work at the hospital stopped for the rest of the day.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 4 of 20
1. Children are not the only ones who can fly kites.
P. In some countries like Malaysia, there are kite festivals.
Q. These experts are mostly adult amateur kite fliers.
R. Kite flying is a good leisure activity for parents with their children.
S. Self designed kites are flown by ex pert s du r i n g su ch times.
6. Some of them play music too.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 5 of 20
1. The motor car is one of the useful gifts of modern science.
P. One of these is the smoke and pollution that it creates.
Q, It has made short and medium distance journeys fast and comfortable.
R. The other is that it has made journey by road hazardous.
S. Yet we cannot say that a mo- tor car is a blessing without disadvantages.
6. Finally, in this age of energy crisis, a personal car is an expensive object to maintain.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 6 of 20
1. A mule began to day dream that he was a good runner as his mother was a race horse.
P. The master sat on the mule, whipped him hard because he was in a hurry to reach the market.
Q. He started running across the field.
R. Forced to run faster, the mu l e collapsed on the ground.
S. When his master saw him running fast he thought that his mule was a good runner.
6. He thought, “ Though my mother was a race horse but my father was only a don- key.”CorrectIncorrect
- Question 7 of 20
1. Thomas Alva Edison was born on 11 February 1847.
P. In 1869, he borrowed a small amount of money and became freelance inventor.
Q. He soon became fascinated with electrical currents.
R. Hewasalways an inquisitive boy.
S. He created the world’s first industrial research laboratory.
6. He was indeed one of the out- standing geniuses the world had.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 8 of 20
1. Gulliver landed on the shores of Lilliput.
P. He planned to carry Gulliver to the capital city.
Q. The Lilliputians put anointment on Gulliver’ s wounds.
R. He fell asleep thereafter.
S. The Emperor of the land was informed.
6. It alleviated all the pain and discomfort.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 9 of 20
1. Phillip is a 55 year old blind man.
P. He enjoys the sweet smell it- self.
Q. He can smell a rose but can’t tell its colour.
R. He has been blind since birth.
S. It does not matter to him.
6. People sometimes pity him but he tells them he is happy.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 10 of 20
1. The Olympic games started in Greece 2000 years back.
P. They were held in Athens.
Q. The modern Olympics was resurrected by a Frenchman, Pierre de Coubertin.
R. Danny Boyle’s show triumphed over the Beijing Olympic Opening Ceremony.
S. The 2012 Olympics venue was London.
6. The Queen played a surprising but much appreciated role in it.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 11 of 20
1. Abanidranath Tagore was the leading painter of Bengal.
P. He tried to modernise Mughal and Rajput styles to offset their influence.
Q. He countered the British Raj through his paintings.
R. He succeeded and his style was accepted as a natural Indian style.
S. During his timewestern model of art was taught in the schools.
6. Above all this great painter was a nephew of Rabindranath Tagore.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 12 of 20
1. The highway bypass would have disastrous effects on the area’s home owners.
P. Finally the new road would cause residential properties to depreciate.
Q. What is more, home owners would have to deal with the increased noise and pollu- tion.
R. This would increase vehicles in the neighbourhood.
S. The new road would cut directly through the middle of the subdivision.
6. This means that families who chose to move away would have to sell their homes for far less than their current value.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 13 of 20
1. Other than Rome, Philadelphia has maximum number of murals.
P. Jane Golden started a programme pairingg troubled youths with artists to paint murals.
Q. Young people got involved in creating magnificent pieces of art.
R. The benefit could immediately be discovered.
S. The young people became more responsible.
6. As a result, the mural programme became a model for other US cities seeking to help troubled youth.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 14 of 20
1. According to Greek mythol- ogy, Atlas was a Titan of enormous strength.
P. Zeus ordered Atlas to carry the earth and sky for all eter- nity.
Q. Because of his association with the globe, maps be- gan to be decorated with this image of Atlas.
R. At l as i s sh own as a stooped figure carrying the globe on his shoulders.
S. Finally, the word ‘atlas’ came to denote a collection of maps.
6. Today an ‘atlas’ refers to any book that consists of sever- al maps.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 15 of 20
1. At the age of four, Jagadish Chandra Bose was sent to a village ‘Pathshala’.
P. This step proved beneficial to the boy, for he thus be- came familiar with his moth- er tongue and learnt to read and write it.
Q. This was very unusual be- cause a man of his father’s status was expected to send his son to an English school.
R. He also became acquainted with some of the rich trea- sures of Indian culture.
S. He mixed with children of all castes and lost the sense of class superiority.
6. His mother, too, reinforced what he learnt and did at school.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 16 of 20
1. A devastating earthquake struck Maharashtra and parts of Karnataka.
P. The communication network cut off the quake hit villages from the rest of the world.
Q. The quake measured 6.6 on the Richter scale.
R. Ten thousand people were killed and an equal number of people were injured.
S. 40 villages of Maharashtra were destroyed completely.
6. 10 medical team s of t he Army were sent from Mum- bai to the devastated zone.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 17 of 20
1. Child labourers are pos- ing a grave problem be- fore India.
P. Children are paid low wages and the heinous opportun- ism of employers leads to the employment of children.
Q. The government is indiffer- ent to this problem and com- mon people lack awareness in guarding against this so- cial crime.
R. It is the extreme poverty of parents that leads children to earn at a minor age.
S. The illiteracy of parents is also responsible for this evil.
6. For the solution of this prob- lem we need a thorough eco- nomic reform and the spread of literacy.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 18 of 20
1. The main reason behind Glo- bal Warming is the emission of greenhouse gases like car- bon dioxide and methane.
P. The ozone layer of the earth is depleted by cosmic re- search resulting in the warm- ing of the atmosphere.
Q. Burning of fuels in cars and factories results in the emis- sion of harmful gases in the air.
R. Cosmic oriented research work and test fire of atom bombs are also the causes of Global Warming.
S. As a result of the rise in the temperature, polar ice-caps and ice-bergs melt down and the water level in seas and rivers swells.
6. Natural disasters like Tsuna- mi, earthquake may also re- sult from Global Warming.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 19 of 20
1. The telescope, originally in- vented by a Dutch spectacle maker Hans Lippersky was kept a secret.
P. He made a high powered tele- scope from lenses got from spectacle makers.
Q. Then in 1609, Galileo heard about the invention.
R. He presented a telescope of a higher power to the Vene- tian Senate.
S. He conducted his own ex- periments and discovered the secret within 24 hours.
6. Galileo became famous as the inventor of the telescope because he made it popular.CorrectIncorrect
- Question 20 of 20
(A) to understand
(B) to many people
(C) threatening and even impos- sible
(D) grammar appearsCorrectIncorrect