(Papers) SSC CGL (Tier - 2) Exam - 2017 "held on 20-Feb-2018 " Evening Shift" (English Language & Comprehension)

(Papers) SSC CGL (Tier - 2) Exam - 2017 "held on 20-Feb-2018 " Evening Shift"

(English Language & Comprehension)    


QID : 101 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.

Abnegation
Options:
1) Denial
2) Excess
3) Yielding
4) Admittance
Correct Answer: Denial
 
QID : 102 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.

Bereft
Options:
1) Full
2) Deprived
3) Happy
4) Populous
Correct Answer: Deprived

QID : 103 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.

Carouse
Options:
1) Grieve
2) Overlook
3) Frolic
4) Disregard
Correct Answer: Frolic
 
QID : 104 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the one which is opposite in meaning of the given word.

Aggrandize
Options:
1) Acclaim
2) Boost
3) Parlay
4) Belittle
Correct Answer: Belittle
 
QID : 105 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the one which is opposite in meaning of the given word.

Construe
Options:
1) Deduce
2) Expound
3) Infer
4) Obscure
Correct Answer: Obscure
 
QID : 106 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the one which is opposite in meaning of the given word.

Exigent
Options:
1) Urgent
2) Clamant
3) Instant
4) Usual
Correct Answer: Usual
 
QID : 107 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.

Alarums and Excursions
Options:
1) Value for money and time
2) Confused activity and uproar
3) Source of fun or amusement
4) Derive excitement or pleasure from
Correct Answer: Confused activity and uproar
 
QID : 108 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.

Up in the air (about someone or something)
Options:
1) In prison
2) Still to be settled
3) On the wrong track
4) Enjoying great success
Correct Answer: Still to be settled
 
QID : 109 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.

Give oneself airs
Options:
1) Be intelligent
2) Penniless
3) Pretend to be good
4) Prepare for a difficulty
Correct Answer: Pretend to be good

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QID : 110 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.

Alphabet Soup
Options:
1) Incomprehensible or confusing mix
2) Something outstandingly good
3) Fashionable and glamorous
4) Privileged people
Correct Answer: Incomprehensible or confusing mix
 
QID : 111 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.

Be all one to
Options:
1) succeed in doing something
2) Searching thoroughly
3) Not in keeping with the rules
4) Make no difference
Correct Answer: Make no difference
 
QID : 112 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.

An article of faith
Options:
1) A formula for carrying a curse on someone
2) Become very successful or famous
3) A firmly held belief
4) Angry or Agitated
Correct Answer: A firmly held belief
 
QID : 113 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.

In the ascendant
Options:
1) A general view from above
2) Rising in power or influence
3) To reject someone
4) Waiting quietly for a good opportunity
Correct Answer: Rising in power or influence
 
QID : 114 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.

Bring home the bacon
Options:
1) An action to be taken when all else fails
2) Be grateful for what we have
3) Supply material support
4) Setback for someone or something
Correct Answer: Supply material support
 
QID : 115 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.

Have the ball at your feet
Options:
1) Be able to recognize
2) Miss something of what is going on around
3) Enable someone to avoid humiliation
4) To be in the best position to do something
Correct Answer: To be in the best position to do something
 
QID : 116 - In the following question, out of the given four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase.

Banana Oil
Options:
1) Perfectly cool or self-possessed
2) Nonsensical talk
3) A plentiful supply
4) Very long time
Correct Answer: Nonsensical talk
 
QID : 117 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

Missappropriation of money
Options:
1) Abridgement
2) Condiment
3) Embezzlement
4) Bereavement
Correct Answer: Embezzlement
 
QID : 118 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

One who has the art of speaking in such a way that the sound seems to come from another person/place.
Options:
1) Absolutist
2) Biblicist
3) Ventriloquist
4) Clavierist
Correct Answer: Ventriloquist
 
QID : 119 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

One who changes sides
Options:
1) Ascetic
2) Turncoat
3) Virtuoso
4) Connoisseur
Correct Answer: Turncoat
 
QID : 120 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

One who damages public property
Options:
1) Cynosure
2) Demagogue
3) Epicure
4) Vandal
Correct Answer: Vandal
 
QID : 121 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

One who dies without a will
Options:
1) Intestate
2) Effeminate
3) Fugitive
4) Heretic
Correct Answer: Intestate
 
QID : 122 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

One who has no money
Options:
1) Polyglot
2) Pauper
3) Lunatic
4) Recluse
Correct Answer: Pauper
 
QID : 123 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

To free somebody from all blame
Options:
1) Highbrow
2) Exonerate
3) Escapism
4) Henpeck
Correct Answer: Exonerate
 
QID : 124 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

One who speaks less
Options:
1) Bohemian
2) Reticent
3) Apostate
4) Arbitrator
Correct Answer: Reticent
 
QID : 125 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

Member of a band of robbers
Options:
1) Cannibal
2) Brigand
3) Chauvinist
4) Coquette
Correct Answer: Brigand
 
QID : 126 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

A shady place under trees
Options:
1) Debonair
2) Bower
3) Gourmand
4) Fugitive
Correct Answer: Bower
 
QID : 127 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

Small room for worship
Options:
1) Bale
2) Chapel
3) Cache
4) Brood
Correct Answer: Chapel
 
QID : 128 - In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

A person without home, job or property
Options:
1) Narcissist
2) Derelict
3) Iconoclast
4) Impregnable
Correct Answer: Derelict
 
QID : 129 - In the following question, four words have been given out of which one word is incorrectly spelt. Select the incorrectly spelt word.
Options:
1) Admonition
2) Adjoration
3) Aestivation
4) Adulteration
Correct Answer: Adjoration
 
QID : 130 - In the following question, four words have been given out of which one word is incorrectly spelt. Select the incorrectly spelt word.
Options:
1) Acrimonious
2) Alacritous
3) Ambigous
4) Anonymous
Correct Answer: Ambigous
 
QID : 131 - In the following question, four words have been given out of which one word is incorrectly spelt. Select the incorrectly spelt word.
Options:
1) Unmanagable
2) Impenetrable
3) Unassailable
4) Unfathomable
Correct Answer: Unmanagable
 
QID : 132 - In the following question, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

A common man is not fully ______ with the complexities of the laws.
Options:
1) accused
2) reversed
3) abused
4) conversed
Correct Answer: conversed
 
QID : 133 - In the following question, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

An unwritten constitution develops and expands with the development of the nation and ultimately becomes the ______ of the public opinion.
Options:
1) symbol
2) motion
3) role
4) badge
Correct Answer: symbol
 
QID : 134 - In the following question, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

Aristotle held that some persons are fit to rule while others are fit to be ruled ______.
Options:
1) over
2) of
3) on
4) at
Correct Answer: over

QID : 135 - In the following question, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

The role of the ______ in the society is extremely important because it formulates the policies and takes the decisions.
Options:
1) elite
2) ordinary
3) poor
4) common
Correct Answer: elite
 
QID : 136 - In the following question, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

There is no ______ the fact that traditions have a greater hold on the public than anything else.
Options:
1) jigging
2) denying
3) abducting
4) bemusing
Correct Answer: denying
 
QID : 137 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

He used to sits day and night (1)/ under a tree in front of a temple (2)/ that is how he earned the name. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 1
 
QID : 138 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

There are many inner voices that speak (1)/ to us inside your head, and believe that (2)/ they should not be trusted. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 2
 
QID : 139 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

With God's blessings and hard work, (1)/ I cleared many hurdles in life and did (2)/ reasonable with both professional and personally. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 3
 
QID : 140 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

If you have creative streak which you have never (1)/ pursued or interested in a new field, (2)/ gather your energy and move towards it. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 2
 
QID : 141 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

The only thing that endures and can sustain (1)/ an infant till the stage it receives immunity (2)/ comes from the consumption of mothers milk. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 3
 
QID : 142 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

The internal and external environment we (1)/ experience in our thoughts, feelings and the (2)/ world around us also has an affect. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 3
 
QID : 143 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

Rasayana's are the blends of tonic herbs, metals, fruits, (1)/ gums and have specific methods of production (2)/ which included the time of gathering. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 3
 
QID : 144 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

In relationships, too, she seems too have subsisted (1)/ on nothing but the emptiness of her (2)/ heart to the master of her life. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 1
 
QID : 145 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

Our thought have a direct impact on our body (1)/ and hence they crucially affect our (2)/ emotional and physical well-being too. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 1

QID : 146 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

When you drink the sweet coconut water, (1)/ it is a metaphor for experience joy within, (2)/ free of ego and other hassles. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 2
 
QID : 147 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

Much believe that if you are modern you (1)/ should not be religious, and vice versa, (2)/ can’t spirituality and modernity coexist? (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 1

QID : 148 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

Why is it that they can develop only a (1)/ certain aspect of there life and not realize (2)/ their full potential? (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 2
 
QID : 149 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

If the sun and moon were balanced, which means (1)/ if heat and cold are in equilibrium, the (2)/ person is healthy. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 1
 
QID : 150 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

Earth can be considered a cage or prison (1)/ because our choices are limited to (2)/ our available awareness and restricted. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 3
 
QID : 151 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

If a guru is a kind of hired teacher (1)/ none of his roles hits the mark (2)/ of what is intended. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 2
 
QID : 152 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

The growth in India is amazing, (1)/ the growth from 140 million connections (2)/ in 2005 to 181 million connections now is very impressed. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 3
 
QID : 153 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

The Delhi Police organize a mega (1)/ function at the Thayagaraj Stadium (2)/ to promote 'self defence training' for women and girls. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 1
 
QID : 154 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

All they need to do is feed their contact (1)/ details, feed the IMEI number to receiving (2)/ an OTP on their mobile. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 2
 
QID : 155 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

So, the next time you are eating sushi, (1)/ you exactly know what to do with (2)/ that extra wasabi that have come along. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 3
 
QID : 156 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

This is the first car for our neighbourhood Mr Sharma who (1)/  has a hard time balancing his wife (2)/ and kids on his old scooter. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 1
 
QID : 157 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

There has never been a better time to get out of our own way and get rid of FEAR. It is possible. We can choose to ______ on where we want to go instead of where we may go. Often fear is tied up in letting our minds consider all the negative ______ that could happen. The key word is could - most of the time our fears never ______. But when we focus on what could happen we get off course. We can choose to make a ______ to change our focus. To focus on where we want to go, where we are ______ to go.

We can choose to ______ on where we want to
Options:
1) focus
2) figure
3) relate
4) associate
Correct Answer: focus
 
QID : 158 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

There has never been a better time to get out of our own way and get rid of FEAR. It is possible. We can choose to ______ on where we want to go instead of where we may go. Often fear is tied up in letting our minds consider all the negative ______ that could happen. The key word is could - most of the time our fears never ______. But when we focus on what could happen we get off course. We can choose to make a ______ to change our focus. To focus on where we want to go, where we are ______ to go.

minds consider all the negative ______ that could happen.
Options:
1) calls
2) outcomes
3) sources
4) relations
Correct Answer: outcomes
 
QID : 159 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

There has never been a better time to get out of our own way and get rid of FEAR. It is possible. We can choose to ______ on where we want to go instead of where we may go. Often fear is tied up in letting our minds consider all the negative ______ that could happen. The key word is could - most of the time our fears never ______. But when we focus on what could happen we get off course. We can choose to make a ______ to change our focus. To focus on where we want to go, where we are ______ to go.

most of the time our fears never ______.
Options:
1) increase
2) decrease
3) materialize
4) neutralize
Correct Answer: materialize
 
QID : 160 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

There has never been a better time to get out of our own way and get rid of FEAR. It is possible. We can choose to ______ on where we want to go instead of where we may go. Often fear is tied up in letting our minds consider all the negative ______ that could happen. The key word is could - most of the time our fears never ______. But when we focus on what could happen we get off course. We can choose to make a ______ to change our focus. To focus on where we want to go, where we are ______ to go.

We can choose to make a ______ to change our focus.
Options:
1) commitment
2) abashment
3) abolishment
4) monument
Correct Answer: commitment
 
QID : 161 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

There has never been a better time to get out of our own way and get rid of FEAR. It is possible. We can choose to ______ on where we want to go instead of where we may go. Often fear is tied up in letting our minds consider all the negative ______ that could happen. The key word is could - most of the time our fears never ______. But when we focus on what could happen we get off course. We can choose to make a ______ to change our focus. To focus on where we want to go, where we are ______ to go.

where we are ______ to go.
Options:
1) unchartered
2) uncluttered
3) beleagured
4) inspired
Correct Answer: inspired
 
QID : 162 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Everyone is busy in making their life in the world. After working whole day, there are so many things ______ that gives us ______ and irritation. We face many ______ in our life. Those who are heavy set with material ______ will have a lot of trouble when their things are taken away from them or lost. But the ______ is life still is easy. It always will be.

many things ______ that gives us
Options:
1) experienced
2) disordered
3) cultured
4) hampered
Correct Answer: experienced
 
QID : 163 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Everyone is busy in making their life in the world. After working whole day, there are so many things ______ that gives us ______ and irritation. We face many ______ in our life. Those who are heavy set with material ______ will have a lot of trouble when their things are taken away from them or lost. But the ______ is life still is easy. It always will be.

gives us ______ and irritation.
Options:
1) rewards
2) problems
3) recognition
4) strength
Correct Answer: problems
 
QID : 164 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Everyone is busy in making their life in the world. After working whole day, there are so many things ______ that gives us ______ and irritation. We face many ______ in our life. Those who are heavy set with material ______ will have a lot of trouble when their things are taken away from them or lost. But the ______ is life still is easy. It always will be.

We face many ______ in our life.
Options:
1) chaos
2) rituals
3) hurdles
4) competition
Correct Answer: hurdles
 
QID : 165 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Everyone is busy in making their life in the world. After working whole day, there are so many things ______ that gives us ______ and irritation. We face many ______ in our life. Those who are heavy set with material ______ will have a lot of trouble when their things are taken away from them or lost. But the ______ is life still is easy. It always will be.

heavy set with material ______ will have a lot
Options:
1) possession
2) advancement
3) burden
4) gifts
Correct Answer: possession
 
QID : 166 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Everyone is busy in making their life in the world. After working whole day, there are so many things ______ that gives us ______ and irritation. We face many ______ in our life. Those who are heavy set with material ______ will have a lot of trouble when their things are taken away from them or lost. But the ______ is life still is easy. It always will be.

But the ______ is life still is easy.
Options:
1) lie
2) cause
3) truth
4) effect
Correct Answer: truth
 
QID : 167 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Everyone needs to find the leadership style that works ______ for them and their subordinates. What works for your ______ may not work for you and your team. However, if you take some time and ______ different leadership styles and how they work for different ______ types, you place a much better ______ of success as a leader.

style that works ______ for them
Options:
1) worst
2) best
3) hardly
4) rarely
Correct Answer: best
 
QID : 168 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Everyone needs to find the leadership style that works ______ for them and their subordinates. What works for your ______ may not work for you and your team. However, if you take some time and ______ different leadership styles and how they work for different ______ types, you place a much better ______ of success as a leader.

What works for your ______ may not work
Options:
1) juniors
2) superiors
3) subordinate
4) companions
Correct Answer: superiors
 
QID : 169 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Everyone needs to find the leadership style that works ______ for them and their subordinates. What works for your ______ may not work for you and your team. However, if you take some time and ______ different leadership styles and how they work for different ______ types, you place a much better ______ of success as a leader.

take some time and ______ different leadership
Options:
1) create
2) assimilate
3) analyze
4) judge
Correct Answer: analyze
 
QID : 170 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Everyone needs to find the leadership style that works ______ for them and their subordinates. What works for your ______ may not work for you and your team. However, if you take some time and ______ different leadership styles and how they work for different ______ types, you place a much better ______ of success as a leader.

they work for different ______ types
Options:
1) personality
2) leader
3) relation
4) thinking
Correct Answer: personality
 
QID : 171 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Everyone needs to find the leadership style that works ______ for them and their subordinates. What works for your ______ may not work for you and your team. However, if you take some time and ______ different leadership styles and how they work for different ______ types, you place a much better ______ of success as a leader.

a much better ______ of success as a leader.
Options:
1) probability
2) capability
3) subility
4) sensibility
Correct Answer: probability
 
QID : 172 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: These features demonstrate the legal superiority of the Fundamental Rights over Directive Principles.
Q: Fundamental Rights are enforceable.
R: These stand granted and guaranteed.
S: As against these Directive Principles are non-enforceable principles which have been incorporated in the Constitution after the incorporation of the Fundamental Rights.
Options:
1) RSPQ
2) QRSP
3) SPQR
4) PQRS
Correct Answer: QRSP
 
QID : 173 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: The fundamental rights enumerated in the Constitution are not absolute. 
Q: These have not been concluded in absolute terms.
R: While describing the nature and content of each right, the Constitution also describes its limitations.
S: Some restrictions have been placed on their enjoyment.
Options:
1) QSPR
2) SRPQ
3) PQSR
4) QRSP
Correct Answer: PQSR
 
QID : 174 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: In fact respect for social and political equality of all the people is the cornerstone of democracy.
Q: The principle of equality is the foremost principle of democracy.
R: In it all the people, without any discrimination, are treated as equal.
S: All the people enjoy equal political rights, equality before law and equality of opportunity without any discrimination.
Options:
1) QPRS
2) QSRP
3) QRPS
4) PRQS
Correct Answer: QRPS
 
QID : 175 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: In this world there is no such thing as a human saviour. 
Q: If we follow just another human for his idea, I am sure we will end up fighting another civil war and a new generation will suffer as we suffer.
R: There is only a stable system.
S: A man always changes after a while because they are human just like you. 
Options:
1) RSQP
2) PRSQ
3) SQRP
4) QRSP
Correct Answer: PRSQ
 
QID : 176 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: Most learners have a huge discrepancy between their verbal skills and their writing ability.
Q: As a result, many Learners do not write what is actually in their mind, but dumb-downed versions so they do not make mistakes.
R: But in school, correct spelling is valued more than getting one's true vocabulary on the page.
S: They have words in their minds that they could never spell.
Options:
1) PSRQ
2) SRQP
3) RQPS
4) PQSR
Correct Answer: PSRQ
 
QID : 177 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: On those days when nothing in our life seems to be going right, it can be really tough to see the silver lining among all those clouds.
Q: Is our glass half-full or half-empty?
R: A positive attitude benefits not only our mental health, but your physical well-being as well.
S: However, it's during these times when the ability to see the good in even the worst situations is so important.
Options:
1) PSRQ
2) SRQP
3) PQRS
4) QPSR
Correct Answer: QPSR
 
QID : 178 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: I have seen several young executives joining new jobs.
Q: Only a small number of these young people really believe they will succeed.
R: But majority of these young people simply don't have the belief that they can reach the top.
S: Each of them "wishes", someday he will achieve success by reaching the top.
Options:
1) SRQP
2) PSRQ
3) RQPS
4) SQRP
Correct Answer: PSRQ
Candidate Answer: PSRQ
 
QID : 179 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: We have to choose daily to remain adaptable.
Q: Flexibility means being able to respond to change and deal with it.
R: It's a trait any of us can learn and it's one that is critical to our success in managing any type of change.
S: Yet being flexible isn't easy as we have to work at and practice flexibility daily.
Options:
1) PRSQ
2) RSQP
3) PQRS
4) QRSP
Correct Answer: QRSP
 
QID : 180 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: We think and talk a lot about Leadership and how to develop the Leadership skills.
Q: It's fun and exciting one day and then the next day we wonder why we ever wanted to lead in the first place.
R: I believe, in order to develop Leadership skills, as a leader we must be willing to acknowledge that, developing it is not an accomplishment - it's a never-ending process.
S: It's a process full of many awesome moments and many lonely days.
Options:
1) PRSQ
2) RSQP
3) SQRP
4) QPRS
Correct Answer: PRSQ
 
QID : 181 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: These features clearly bring out the nature of Indian Bill of Rights.
Q: The Constitution grants and guarantees fundamental rights and freedom to all the people of India and constitute a vital pillar of Indian Democracy.
R: No Law can violate the Fundamental Rights of the People of India.
S: The fundamental rights incorporated in the Constitution stand at a higher pedestal than ordinary laws and the Directive Principles of State Policy.
Options:
1) SPRQ
2) PQRS
3) RPQS
4) SRPQ
Correct Answer: SRPQ

QID : 182 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: The leaders I admire most are the ones who give selflessly of themselves and make personal development a priority.
Q: Both are important and one without the other does not work as I have observed some of the great leaders, I find they all have some things in common.
R: Great leaders balance personal development and organizational development.
S: I can not give of myself as a leader if I do not first take care of myself.
Options:
1) SRQP
2) SQRP
3) PSRQ
4) PRSQ
Correct Answer: PSRQ
 
QID : 183 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: We cannot have ‘theories’ for everything – especially for getting along with people.
Q: Human beings are unique, perhaps somewhat illogical, and definitely unprogrammable.
R: No blueprint can give us a pre-planned design to organise our lives with other people.
S: Each one of us is sensitive; and each one of us is constantly variable – our mood and temperament change from day to day, may be even from hour to hour yet we have evolved into a society and community; a global habitat with families, institutions and corporations.
Options:
1) QPRS
2) RQPS
3) RPQS
4) SRQP
Correct Answer: QPRS
 
QID : 184 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: These are the only two paths available to him. 
Q: All humans are bestowed with a conscience that helps us discriminate between good and bad, eternal and non eternal.
R: Although all living species are involved in sleeping, mating, defending and eating, only humans as far as we know-can think and decide what is eternally beneficial to them.
S: Based on this special quality a human can decide whether he wants to tread the path of eternal welfare or sensual enjoyment.
Options:
1) RSPQ
2) QRSP
3) SPQR
4) QPSR
Correct Answer: QRSP
 
QID : 185 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: A person is just like a bubble.
Q: The air has reclaimed it; the atmosphere has reclaimed it.
R: This bubble doesn’t have any substance of its own, just like every other creature.
S: But when the bubble bursts, the substance that is inside the bubble, where is it?
Options:
1) PRSQ
2) RSQP
3) SQPR
4) QPSR
Correct Answer: PRSQ
 
QID : 186 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: All have equal right to live in this world.
Q: Men and animals, all are the children of God.
R: So, one should not take away the life of another, whether he is a man or a beast of any other living being.
S: If we take to violence, our souls will be defiled and we will not be able to reach God after we die.
Options:
1) PQRS
2) QPRS
3) RSQP
4) RPQS
Correct Answer: QPRS
 
QID : 187 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: Everybody understands that, sports and games mean only the physical and mental fitness.
Q: Both should be given equal priority in the school and colleges to go ahead and make the bright career of the students.
R: However it has many hidden benefits as well.
S: Sports and good education both together become the way to achieve success in the life of a child.
Options:
1) RSQP
2) QPRS
3) PRSQ
4) PQRS
Correct Answer: PRSQ
 
QID : 188 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: The leader must learn to rule himself.
Q: An organization cannot be successful if the people do not obey its laws and rules.
R: Similarly, no play is possible, if the players do not follow the rules in the play ground.
S: If he cannot rule himself, he cannot rule others.
Options:
1) RSPQ
2) QRPS
3) SPQR
4) QPRS
Correct Answer: QRPS
 
QID : 189 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: People of each State converse in their own language and often cannot speak or understand the regional language of other people.
Q: In such cases, English becomes the link between these people.
R: So, we cannot deny the importance of English in modern India.
S: Modern India has many large States.
Options:
1) SPQR
2) PQSR
3) SQPR
4) QPSR
Correct Answer: SPQR
 
QID : 190 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: He was developed into the most effective personality under the environment of rational attitude of his father and religious temperament of his mother.
Q: Swami Vivekananda was born in Calcutta, on 12th January in 1863 during Makar Sankranti festival, in a traditional Bengali Kayastha family.

R: The birth name of Swami Vivekananda was Narendranath Datta.
S: He was one of the nine children of his father, who was an attorney in Calcutta.
Options:
1) QSRP
2) SRPQ
3) RSPQ
4) QRSP
Correct Answer: QRSP
 
QID : 191 - The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. Select the most logical order of sentences from among the options.

P: Child labour in India is the practice where children are engaged in economic activity on part time or full time basis.
Q: The practice deprives children of their childhood and is harmful to their physical and mental development.
R: Poverty, lack of good schools and growth of informal economy are considered as the most important causes of child labour in India.
S: The 2001 national census of India estimated the total number of child labour, aged 5-14, to be at 12.6 million.
Options:
1) QRSP
2) RSPQ
3) QPSR
4) PQRS
Correct Answer: PQRS
 
QID : 192 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

His policies (were seen by much as) crimping investment at a time slumping copper prices were weighing on the economy.
Options:
1) were seen by mostly as
2) were seen by many as
3) were seen by majorly as
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: were seen by many as
 
QID : 193 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

After months of aggressive planning, the former president brandished his business success and first term in office (as a proofs of competence).
Options:
1) as a prove of competence
2) as proof of competence
3) as proofs of competence
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: as proof of competence
 
QID : 194 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

The company released a statement on Saturday paying tribute to its founder, praising his philanthropic efforts and his (vision to health care).
Options:
1) vision for health care
2) vision on health care
3) vision at health care
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: vision for health care

QID : 195 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

50 Chinese couples were married at a ceremony in Colombo to mark the anniversary of (diplomat relations between the two countries).
Options:
1) diplomatic relations among the two countries
2) diplomatic relations between the two countries
3) diplomacy relations between each other
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: diplomatic relations between the two countries
 
QID : 196 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

While addressing the assembly the officer said “It was a tit-for-tat action involving (selected targeting), such actions do not last very long”.
Options:
1) selection targeting
2) selection targeted
3) selective targeting
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: selective targeting
 
QID : 197 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

Asking people to identify themselves with their (religion and castism) rather than being secular, he said the Constitution too would change.
Options:
1) religion and caste
2) religion and casting
3) religion and casts
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: religion and caste
 
QID : 198 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

(The surprise about the India vote) was not because it fell out of line with the country’s foreign policy as we know.
Options:
1) The surprise in the Indian voting
2) The surprise over the Indian vote
3) The surprise on the India voted
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: The surprise over the Indian vote
 
QID : 199 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

Supporters of the ‘leading power’ doctrine often argue, rightly, that India must be more forthright and articulate in (expression) its position on issues.
Options:
1) expressing
2) express
3) expressed
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: expressing
Candidate Answer: expressing
 
QID : 200 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

The process of decolonization (who started from) our own independence era remains unfinished even after completion of seven decades.
Options:
1) whom started from
2) that started from
3) that starts from
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: that started from
 
QID : 201 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

(The community have laid stress) on the point that for them dignity, respect, and access to health care are non-negotiable basic rights.
Options:
1) The community did laid stress
2) The community had lay stress
3) The community has laid stress
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: The community has laid stress
 
QID : 202 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

The experience so far has been that many who struggle to access jobs are (discriminated about), forcing them to drop out.
Options:
1) discriminated against
2) discriminated for
3) discriminated to
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: discriminated against
 
QID : 203 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

The failure of the recent ministerial meeting at Buenos Aires is only (symptomatical of decline) in its overall importance.
Options:
1) symptomatical of a decline
2) symptomatic of a decline
3) symptomed of decline
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: symptomatic of a decline
 
QID : 204 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

It was given a large remit overseeing the rules for world trade along with the powers to punish countries violating (those) rules.
Options:
1) this
2) that
3) these
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: these
 
QID : 205 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

Under the principle of cross-retaliation, these penalties could be imposed on exports from a sector different (form there the dispute was located).
Options:
1) from where the dispute was located.
2) from where the dispute were located.
3) from where the disputes was located.
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: from where the dispute was located.
 
QID : 206 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

Our thoughts make us the person we are, pondering over these thoughts can occupy our soul for (a long periods of time).
Options:
1) a longer period of time
2) a long periodical
3) a longer periods of time
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: a longer period of time
 
QID : 207 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

He is usually present in the House on Wednesday as questions (related at) the Prime Minister’s Office are listed on this day during Question Hour.
Options:
1) related from
2) related to
3) related on
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: related to
 
QID : 208 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

(Once emerged business) is clearly defence manufacturing and hence the group has tied up with global defence companies for starting production in India.
Options:
1) One emerged businesses
2) Once emerging business
3) One emerging business
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: One emerging business
 
QID : 209 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

I am a soul, a free bird which has the power to (freely fly); I am not bound by the physical laws.
Options:
1) fly freely
2) free fly
3) fly free
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: fly freely
 
QID : 210 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

People should also look at art to learn how to be creative, live creatively, and (how to think outside of the box).
Options:
1) how to think about outside box
2) how to think out of the box
3) how to thinking outsided the box
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: how to think out of the box
 
QID : 211 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

When there is no thought, no bubble (on our mind on planning) for tomorrow and no inquiry about the present, that moment is blissful.
Options:
1) at our mind regarding planning
2) from our mind concerning to planning
3) in our mind about planning
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: in our mind about planning

QID : 212 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

While you stay here, you (do need not) a blueprint of planning; you do not need to think of searching the future.
Options:
1) do not need
2) must need not
3) do not need have
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: do not need
 
QID : 213 - Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

Once, a farmer was pulling his cart full of vegetables uphill to the market, he saw a man (sitting on) the roadside.
Options:
1) sitting to
2) sitting by
3) sitting in
4) No improvement
Correct Answer: sitting by
 
QID : 214 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Transactional Analysis has the triangle of PAC. P means parent, A means adult, C means child. These are your three layers, as if you are a three-storeyed building. The first floor is that of the child, the second floor is that of the parent, the third floor is that of the adult. All three exist together. This is your inner triangle and conflict. Your child says one thing, your parent says something else, and your adult, rational mind says something else. The child says ‘enjoy’. For the child, this moment is the only moment; he has no other considerations. The child is spontaneous, but unaware of the consequences — unaware of past, unaware of future. He lives in the moment. He enjoys — but his enjoyment is not creative, cannot be creative. He delights — but life cannot be lived only through delight.
You cannot remain a child forever. You will have to learn many things because you are not alone here....The child has to be disciplined — and that’s where the parent comes in. The parental voice in you is the voice of the society, culture, civilization; the voice that makes you capable of living in a world where you are not alone —where there are many individuals with conflicting ambitions, where there is much struggle for survival, where there is much conflict. The parental voice is that of caution. It makes you civilized. The word ‘civil’ is good. It means one who has become capable of living in a city, who has become capable of being a member of a group, of a society. It is needed. And then there is the third voice within you, the third layer, when you have become adult and you are no longer controlled by your parents; your own reason has come of age, you can think on your own. And these three layers are continuously fighting. The child says one thing, the parent says just the opposite, and the reason may say something totally different. There is no necessity that your adult mind agrees with your parents.
Many times you find them very dogmatic, superstitious, believing in foolish things, irrational ideologies. Your parent says do it, your adult says it is not worth doing, and your child goes on pulling you somewhere else. This is the triangle within you.

Whom do we find dogmatic many times?
Options:
1) Parent
2) Child
3) Adult
4) All of these
Correct Answer: All of these
 
QID : 215 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Transactional Analysis has the triangle of PAC. P means parent, A means adult, C means child. These are your three layers, as if you are a three-storeyed building. The first floor is that of the child, the second floor is that of the parent, the third floor is that of the adult. All three exist together. This is your inner triangle and conflict. Your child says one thing, your parent says something else, and your adult, rational mind says something else. The child says ‘enjoy’. For the child, this moment is the only moment; he has no other considerations. The child is spontaneous, but unaware of the consequences — unaware of past, unaware of future. He lives in the moment. He enjoys — but his enjoyment is not creative, cannot be creative. He delights — but life cannot be lived only through delight.
You cannot remain a child forever. You will have to learn many things because you are not alone here....The child has to be disciplined — and that’s where the parent comes in. The parental voice in you is the voice of the society, culture, civilization; the voice that makes you capable of living in a world where you are not alone —where there are many individuals with conflicting ambitions, where there is much struggle for survival, where there is much conflict. The parental voice is that of caution. It makes you civilized. The word ‘civil’ is good. It means one who has become capable of living in a city, who has become capable of being a member of a group, of a society. It is needed. And then there is the third voice within you, the third layer, when you have become adult and you are no longer controlled by your parents; your own reason has come of age, you can think on your own. And these three layers are continuously fighting. The child says one thing, the parent says just the opposite, and the reason may say something totally different. There is no necessity that your adult mind agrees with your parents.
Many times you find them very dogmatic, superstitious, believing in foolish things, irrational ideologies. Your parent says do it, your adult says it is not worth doing, and your child goes on pulling you somewhere else. This is the triangle within you.

What is the triangle within us?
Options:
1) We are like a three storeyed building where in the first floor is of the child, the second floor is that of the parent and the third floor is that of the adult.
2) The child is spontaneous, the parental voice is that of a caution and the adult has himself come of an age.
3) Whenever you want to do something-your parent says do it, your adult says it is not worth doing and your child goes on pulling somewhere else.
4) Our parent make us sensible, our adult makes as rational and disciplined and one child makes us carefree.
Correct Answer: Whenever you want to do something-your parent says do it, your adult says it is not worth doing and your child goes on pulling somewhere else.
 
QID : 216 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Transactional Analysis has the triangle of PAC. P means parent, A means adult, C means child. These are your three layers, as if you are a three-storeyed building. The first floor is that of the child, the second floor is that of the parent, the third floor is that of the adult. All three exist together. This is your inner triangle and conflict. Your child says one thing, your parent says something else, and your adult, rational mind says something else. The child says ‘enjoy’. For the child, this moment is the only moment; he has no other considerations. The child is spontaneous, but unaware of the consequences — unaware of past, unaware of future. He lives in the moment. He enjoys — but his enjoyment is not creative, cannot be creative. He delights — but life cannot be lived only through delight.
You cannot remain a child forever. You will have to learn many things because you are not alone here....The child has to be disciplined — and that’s where the parent comes in. The parental voice in you is the voice of the society, culture, civilization; the voice that makes you capable of living in a world where you are not alone —where there are many individuals with conflicting ambitions, where there is much struggle for survival, where there is much conflict. The parental voice is that of caution. It makes you civilized. The word ‘civil’ is good. It means one who has become capable of living in a city, who has become capable of being a member of a group, of a society. It is needed. And then there is the third voice within you, the third layer, when you have become adult and you are no longer controlled by your parents; your own reason has come of age, you can think on your own. And these three layers are continuously fighting. The child says one thing, the parent says just the opposite, and the reason may say something totally different. There is no necessity that your adult mind agrees with your parents.
Many times you find them very dogmatic, superstitious, believing in foolish things, irrational ideologies. Your parent says do it, your adult says it is not worth doing, and your child goes on pulling you somewhere else. This is the triangle within you.

Why you cannot remain a child forever?
Options:
1) Because you are not alone here.
2) Because you have to become a parent
3) Because you have to be disciplined.
4) Because you have to become capable of living in the city
Correct Answer: Because you are not alone here.
 
QID : 217 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Transactional Analysis has the triangle of PAC. P means parent, A means adult, C means child. These are your three layers, as if you are a three-storeyed building. The first floor is that of the child, the second floor is that of the parent, the third floor is that of the adult. All three exist together. This is your inner triangle and conflict. Your child says one thing, your parent says something else, and your adult, rational mind says something else. The child says ‘enjoy’. For the child, this moment is the only moment; he has no other considerations. The child is spontaneous, but unaware of the consequences — unaware of past, unaware of future. He lives in the moment. He enjoys — but his enjoyment is not creative, cannot be creative. He delights — but life cannot be lived only through delight.
You cannot remain a child forever. You will have to learn many things because you are not alone here....The child has to be disciplined — and that’s where the parent comes in. The parental voice in you is the voice of the society, culture, civilization; the voice that makes you capable of living in a world where you are not alone —where there are many individuals with conflicting ambitions, where there is much struggle for survival, where there is much conflict. The parental voice is that of caution. It makes you civilized. The word ‘civil’ is good. It means one who has become capable of living in a city, who has become capable of being a member of a group, of a society. It is needed. And then there is the third voice within you, the third layer, when you have become adult and you are no longer controlled by your parents; your own reason has come of age, you can think on your own. And these three layers are continuously fighting. The child says one thing, the parent says just the opposite, and the reason may say something totally different. There is no necessity that your adult mind agrees with your parents.
Many times you find them very dogmatic, superstitious, believing in foolish things, irrational ideologies. Your parent says do it, your adult says it is not worth doing, and your child goes on pulling you somewhere else. This is the triangle within you.

What happens when you become an adult?
Options:
1) Being an adult gives us a vision and a mission.
2) Being an adult we are no longer controlled by our parents.
3) Being an adult the child inside you gets lost somewhere
4) Being an adult gives you strength to fight against all odds.
Correct Answer: Being an adult we are no longer controlled by our parents.
 
QID : 218 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Transactional Analysis has the triangle of PAC. P means parent, A means adult, C means child. These are your three layers, as if you are a three-storeyed building. The first floor is that of the child, the second floor is that of the parent, the third floor is that of the adult. All three exist together. This is your inner triangle and conflict. Your child says one thing, your parent says something else, and your adult, rational mind says something else. The child says ‘enjoy’. For the child, this moment is the only moment; he has no other considerations. The child is spontaneous, but unaware of the consequences — unaware of past, unaware of future. He lives in the moment. He enjoys — but his enjoyment is not creative, cannot be creative. He delights — but life cannot be lived only through delight.
You cannot remain a child forever. You will have to learn many things because you are not alone here....The child has to be disciplined — and that’s where the parent comes in. The parental voice in you is the voice of the society, culture, civilization; the voice that makes you capable of living in a world where you are not alone —where there are many individuals with conflicting ambitions, where there is much struggle for survival, where there is much conflict. The parental voice is that of caution. It makes you civilized. The word ‘civil’ is good. It means one who has become capable of living in a city, who has become capable of being a member of a group, of a society. It is needed. And then there is the third voice within you, the third layer, when you have become adult and you are no longer controlled by your parents; your own reason has come of age, you can think on your own. And these three layers are continuously fighting. The child says one thing, the parent says just the opposite, and the reason may say something totally different. There is no necessity that your adult mind agrees with your parents.
Many times you find them very dogmatic, superstitious, believing in foolish things, irrational ideologies. Your parent says do it, your adult says it is not worth doing, and your child goes on pulling you somewhere else. This is the triangle within you.

According to the passage, you are not capable of being a member of a group, of a society until you become ______.
Options:
1) Parent
2) Civil
3) Dogmatic
4) Auditious
Correct Answer: Civil
 
QID : 219 - A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

The Indian Space Research Organisation boosted its reputation further when it successfully launched a record 104 satellites in one mission from Sriharikota on 15th February, 2017 by relying on its workhorse PSLV rocket. An earth observation Cartosat-2 series satellite and two other nano satellites were the only Indian satellites launched; the remaining were from the United States, Israel, the UAE, the Netherlands, Kazakhstan and Switzerland. Of the 101 foreign satellites launched, 96 were from the U.S. and one each from the other five countries. Till now Russia held the record of launching 37 satellites in a single mission, in 2014, while the National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the U.S. launched 29 satellites in one go in 2013. Last June, ISRO had come close to NASA’s record by launching 20 satellites in one mission. But ISRO views the launch not as a mission to set a world record but as an opportunity to make full use of the capacity of the launch vehicle. The launch is particularly significant as ISRO now cements its position as a key player in the lucrative commercial space launch market by providing a cheaper yet highly reliable alternative. At an orbital altitude of around 500 km, the vehicle takes about 90 minutes to complete one orbit. Though ISRO had sufficient time to put the satellites into orbit, it accomplished the task in about 12 minutes. With the focus on ensuring that no two satellites collided with each other, the satellites were injected in pairs in opposite directions. Successive pairs of satellites were launched once the vehicle rotated by a few degrees, thereby changing the separation angle and time of separation to prevent any collision.

Besides setting the record for the most number of satellites launched in a single mission, the Indian space agency has launched two nano satellites weighing less than 10 kg. It is a technology demonstrator for a new class of satellites called ISRO nano satellites (INS). With many Indian universities already building and launching nano satellites, the availability of a dedicated nano satellites platform is sure to boost space research in India.

Which country has the maximum satellites launched into the space on 15th February, 2017?
Options:
1) The U.S.
2) Russia
3) Israel
4) Switzerland
Correct Answer: The U.S.
 
QID : 220 - A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

The Indian Space Research Organisation boosted its reputation further when it successfully launched a record 104 satellites in one mission from Sriharikota on 15th February, 2017 by relying on its workhorse PSLV rocket. An earth observation Cartosat-2 series satellite and two other nano satellites were the only Indian satellites launched; the remaining were from the United States, Israel, the UAE, the Netherlands, Kazakhstan and Switzerland. Of the 101 foreign satellites launched, 96 were from the U.S. and one each from the other five countries. Till now Russia held the record of launching 37 satellites in a single mission, in 2014, while the National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the U.S. launched 29 satellites in one go in 2013. Last June, ISRO had come close to NASA’s record by launching 20 satellites in one mission. But ISRO views the launch not as a mission to set a world record but as an opportunity to make full use of the capacity of the launch vehicle. The launch is particularly significant as ISRO now cements its position as a key player in the lucrative commercial space launch market by providing a cheaper yet highly reliable alternative. At an orbital altitude of around 500 km, the vehicle takes about 90 minutes to complete one orbit. Though ISRO had sufficient time to put the satellites into orbit, it accomplished the task in about 12 minutes. With the focus on ensuring that no two satellites collided with each other, the satellites were injected in pairs in opposite directions. Successive pairs of satellites were launched once the vehicle rotated by a few degrees, thereby changing the separation angle and time of separation to prevent any collision.

Besides setting the record for the most number of satellites launched in a single mission, the Indian space agency has launched two nano satellites weighing less than 10 kg. It is a technology demonstrator for a new class of satellites called ISRO nano satellites (INS). With many Indian universities already building and launching nano satellites, the availability of a dedicated nano satellites platform is sure to boost space research in India.

Who among the following has a record of launching maximum satellites in one go in the year 2014?
Options:
1) Russia
2) The U.S.
3) The U.A.E.
4) India
Correct Answer: Russia
 
QID : 221 - A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

The Indian Space Research Organisation boosted its reputation further when it successfully launched a record 104 satellites in one mission from Sriharikota on 15th February, 2017 by relying on its workhorse PSLV rocket. An earth observation Cartosat-2 series satellite and two other nano satellites were the only Indian satellites launched; the remaining were from the United States, Israel, the UAE, the Netherlands, Kazakhstan and Switzerland. Of the 101 foreign satellites launched, 96 were from the U.S. and one each from the other five countries. Till now Russia held the record of launching 37 satellites in a single mission, in 2014, while the National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the U.S. launched 29 satellites in one go in 2013. Last June, ISRO had come close to NASA’s record by launching 20 satellites in one mission. But ISRO views the launch not as a mission to set a world record but as an opportunity to make full use of the capacity of the launch vehicle. The launch is particularly significant as ISRO now cements its position as a key player in the lucrative commercial space launch market by providing a cheaper yet highly reliable alternative. At an orbital altitude of around 500 km, the vehicle takes about 90 minutes to complete one orbit. Though ISRO had sufficient time to put the satellites into orbit, it accomplished the task in about 12 minutes. With the focus on ensuring that no two satellites collided with each other, the satellites were injected in pairs in opposite directions. Successive pairs of satellites were launched once the vehicle rotated by a few degrees, thereby changing the separation angle and time of separation to prevent any collision.

Besides setting the record for the most number of satellites launched in a single mission, the Indian space agency has launched two nano satellites weighing less than 10 kg. It is a technology demonstrator for a new class of satellites called ISRO nano satellites (INS). With many Indian universities already building and launching nano satellites, the availability of a dedicated nano satellites platform is sure to boost space research in India.

In how many minutes the ISRO put the satellite into orbit which was launched by it recently?
Options:
1) 90 minutes
2) 37 minutes
3) 20 minutes
4) 12 minutes
Correct Answer: 12 minutes
 
QID : 222 - A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

The Indian Space Research Organisation boosted its reputation further when it successfully launched a record 104 satellites in one mission from Sriharikota on 15th February, 2017 by relying on its workhorse PSLV rocket. An earth observation Cartosat-2 series satellite and two other nano satellites were the only Indian satellites launched; the remaining were from the United States, Israel, the UAE, the Netherlands, Kazakhstan and Switzerland. Of the 101 foreign satellites launched, 96 were from the U.S. and one each from the other five countries. Till now Russia held the record of launching 37 satellites in a single mission, in 2014, while the National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the U.S. launched 29 satellites in one go in 2013. Last June, ISRO had come close to NASA’s record by launching 20 satellites in one mission. But ISRO views the launch not as a mission to set a world record but as an opportunity to make full use of the capacity of the launch vehicle. The launch is particularly significant as ISRO now cements its position as a key player in the lucrative commercial space launch market by providing a cheaper yet highly reliable alternative. At an orbital altitude of around 500 km, the vehicle takes about 90 minutes to complete one orbit. Though ISRO had sufficient time to put the satellites into orbit, it accomplished the task in about 12 minutes. With the focus on ensuring that no two satellites collided with each other, the satellites were injected in pairs in opposite directions. Successive pairs of satellites were launched once the vehicle rotated by a few degrees, thereby changing the separation angle and time of separation to prevent any collision.

Besides setting the record for the most number of satellites launched in a single mission, the Indian space agency has launched two nano satellites weighing less than 10 kg. It is a technology demonstrator for a new class of satellites called ISRO nano satellites (INS). With many Indian universities already building and launching nano satellites, the availability of a dedicated nano satellites platform is sure to boost space research in India.

What can be the suitable title to the passage ?
Options:
1) ISRO sets the bar high
2) ISRO launching the satellites
3) India’s space working
4) NASA – A space warrior
Correct Answer: ISRO sets the bar high
 
QID : 223 - A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

The Indian Space Research Organisation boosted its reputation further when it successfully launched a record 104 satellites in one mission from Sriharikota on 15th February, 2017 by relying on its workhorse PSLV rocket. An earth observation Cartosat-2 series satellite and two other nano satellites were the only Indian satellites launched; the remaining were from the United States, Israel, the UAE, the Netherlands, Kazakhstan and Switzerland. Of the 101 foreign satellites launched, 96 were from the U.S. and one each from the other five countries. Till now Russia held the record of launching 37 satellites in a single mission, in 2014, while the National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the U.S. launched 29 satellites in one go in 2013. Last June, ISRO had come close to NASA’s record by launching 20 satellites in one mission. But ISRO views the launch not as a mission to set a world record but as an opportunity to make full use of the capacity of the launch vehicle. The launch is particularly significant as ISRO now cements its position as a key player in the lucrative commercial space launch market by providing a cheaper yet highly reliable alternative. At an orbital altitude of around 500 km, the vehicle takes about 90 minutes to complete one orbit. Though ISRO had sufficient time to put the satellites into orbit, it accomplished the task in about 12 minutes. With the focus on ensuring that no two satellites collided with each other, the satellites were injected in pairs in opposite directions. Successive pairs of satellites were launched once the vehicle rotated by a few degrees, thereby changing the separation angle and time of separation to prevent any collision.

Besides setting the record for the most number of satellites launched in a single mission, the Indian space agency has launched two nano satellites weighing less than 10 kg. It is a technology demonstrator for a new class of satellites called ISRO nano satellites (INS). With many Indian universities already building and launching nano satellites, the availability of a dedicated nano satellites platform is sure to boost space research in India.

Why the recent launch of satellite is significant to ISRO?
Options:
1) It is now known for expensive launch of satellite into the space.
2) It is now identified as key player in the profitable commercial space launch market by giving cheap and highly reliable launch alternative.
3) It is now known to be close to launching maximum satellites at one go.
4) None of these
Correct Answer: It is now identified as key player in the profitable commercial space launch market by giving cheap and highly reliable launch alternative.
Candidate Answer: It is now identified as key player in the profitable commercial space launch market by giving cheap and highly reliable launch alternative.
 
QID : 224 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Let’s move to the crackling topic of the SC’s firecracker ban in Delhi. Like me and millions of other children raised in India, Masaba must have celebrated Diwali with new clothes, sweets and the quintessential rockets, anars and phuljharis. But when she supports the ban on firecrackers because of the pollution it creates, the earthworms once again flail desperately, not by quoting statistics or making logical arguments to refute her point but by muck-raking. ‘Don’t mess with our ancient traditions,’ they say. I would like to tell them that if we stuck to all our traditions just because they’re ancient then we should still be pushing widows into funeral pyres to commit sati and get our children married off at the age of eight.
As much as I would like to see the delight on my daughter’s face — the same glee I had as a child — while bursting atom bombs and laris, it is the present scenario and not nostalgia that must dictate my actions. If even doctors welcome the ban as they feel fumes from firecrackers take pollution levels beyond safe limits, then perhaps we need to change our traditional values and create new ones. If saying that makes me a bad Indian, then so be it.
One of the greatest privileges I have — in fact because of the very background that they are trying to smear — stems from the fact that I was lucky enough to have a mother who has raised me to believe that equality isn’t one of my privileges but it is my right. One that was hard won by some brave and fearless women, women who set the right precedent for other women by standing against inequality.
The flailing trollers do not realize that you cannot shame us by pulling down our mothers, those fiercely independent women who have lived life on their own terms, who have not just talked the talk but walked the walk. Yes, you can reason with us by presenting a logical argument but this seems to be beyond the resources of these anonymous creatures hiding their faces in the mud.
And yes one last thing, for all those claiming to be the flag-bearers of ancient traditions, it would be lovely if you adhered to your so-called traditional ways completely. Why do you write open letters, tweet and troll in the language of the Brits? Why not go traditional there as well, use only our ancient languages and spare us your venom-filled and grammatically incorrect English?

Who do you think is the author of the passage?
Options:
1) Feminist
2) Social activist
3) Politician
4) Designer
Correct Answer: Social activist
 
QID : 225 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Let’s move to the crackling topic of the SC’s firecracker ban in Delhi. Like me and millions of other children raised in India, Masaba must have celebrated Diwali with new clothes, sweets and the quintessential rockets, anars and phuljharis. But when she supports the ban on firecrackers because of the pollution it creates, the earthworms once again flail desperately, not by quoting statistics or making logical arguments to refute her point but by muck-raking. ‘Don’t mess with our ancient traditions,’ they say. I would like to tell them that if we stuck to all our traditions just because they’re ancient then we should still be pushing widows into funeral pyres to commit sati and get our children married off at the age of eight.
As much as I would like to see the delight on my daughter’s face — the same glee I had as a child — while bursting atom bombs and laris, it is the present scenario and not nostalgia that must dictate my actions. If even doctors welcome the ban as they feel fumes from firecrackers take pollution levels beyond safe limits, then perhaps we need to change our traditional values and create new ones. If saying that makes me a bad Indian, then so be it.
One of the greatest privileges I have — in fact because of the very background that they are trying to smear — stems from the fact that I was lucky enough to have a mother who has raised me to believe that equality isn’t one of my privileges but it is my right. One that was hard won by some brave and fearless women, women who set the right precedent for other women by standing against inequality.
The flailing trollers do not realize that you cannot shame us by pulling down our mothers, those fiercely independent women who have lived life on their own terms, who have not just talked the talk but walked the walk. Yes, you can reason with us by presenting a logical argument but this seems to be beyond the resources of these anonymous creatures hiding their faces in the mud.
And yes one last thing, for all those claiming to be the flag-bearers of ancient traditions, it would be lovely if you adhered to your so-called traditional ways completely. Why do you write open letters, tweet and troll in the language of the Brits? Why not go traditional there as well, use only our ancient languages and spare us your venom-filled and grammatically incorrect English?

What according to the author should dictate his/her action?
Options:
1) Present scenario
2) Flailing trollers
3) Equality
4) Nostalgia
Correct Answer: Present scenario

QID : 226 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Let’s move to the crackling topic of the SC’s firecracker ban in Delhi. Like me and millions of other children raised in India, Masaba must have celebrated Diwali with new clothes, sweets and the quintessential rockets, anars and phuljharis. But when she supports the ban on firecrackers because of the pollution it creates, the earthworms once again flail desperately, not by quoting statistics or making logical arguments to refute her point but by muck-raking. ‘Don’t mess with our ancient traditions,’ they say. I would like to tell them that if we stuck to all our traditions just because they’re ancient then we should still be pushing widows into funeral pyres to commit sati and get our children married off at the age of eight.
As much as I would like to see the delight on my daughter’s face — the same glee I had as a child — while bursting atom bombs and laris, it is the present scenario and not nostalgia that must dictate my actions. If even doctors welcome the ban as they feel fumes from firecrackers take pollution levels beyond safe limits, then perhaps we need to change our traditional values and create new ones. If saying that makes me a bad Indian, then so be it.
One of the greatest privileges I have — in fact because of the very background that they are trying to smear — stems from the fact that I was lucky enough to have a mother who has raised me to believe that equality isn’t one of my privileges but it is my right. One that was hard won by some brave and fearless women, women who set the right precedent for other women by standing against inequality.
The flailing trollers do not realize that you cannot shame us by pulling down our mothers, those fiercely independent women who have lived life on their own terms, who have not just talked the talk but walked the walk. Yes, you can reason with us by presenting a logical argument but this seems to be beyond the resources of these anonymous creatures hiding their faces in the mud.
And yes one last thing, for all those claiming to be the flag-bearers of ancient traditions, it would be lovely if you adhered to your so-called traditional ways completely. Why do you write open letters, tweet and troll in the language of the Brits? Why not go traditional there as well, use only our ancient languages and spare us your venom-filled and grammatically incorrect English?

According to the author, what should flag-bearers of ancient traditions do?
Options:
1) They should spare people from reading their grammatically incorrect English.
2) They should stop writing open letters, tweets and trolls.
3) They should adhere to traditional ways completely.
4) They should keep the flag of traditions held high.
Correct Answer: They should adhere to traditional ways completely.
 
QID : 227 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Let’s move to the crackling topic of the SC’s firecracker ban in Delhi. Like me and millions of other children raised in India, Masaba must have celebrated Diwali with new clothes, sweets and the quintessential rockets, anars and phuljharis. But when she supports the ban on firecrackers because of the pollution it creates, the earthworms once again flail desperately, not by quoting statistics or making logical arguments to refute her point but by muck-raking. ‘Don’t mess with our ancient traditions,’ they say. I would like to tell them that if we stuck to all our traditions just because they’re ancient then we should still be pushing widows into funeral pyres to commit sati and get our children married off at the age of eight.
As much as I would like to see the delight on my daughter’s face — the same glee I had as a child — while bursting atom bombs and laris, it is the present scenario and not nostalgia that must dictate my actions. If even doctors welcome the ban as they feel fumes from firecrackers take pollution levels beyond safe limits, then perhaps we need to change our traditional values and create new ones. If saying that makes me a bad Indian, then so be it.
One of the greatest privileges I have — in fact because of the very background that they are trying to smear — stems from the fact that I was lucky enough to have a mother who has raised me to believe that equality isn’t one of my privileges but it is my right. One that was hard won by some brave and fearless women, women who set the right precedent for other women by standing against inequality.
The flailing trollers do not realize that you cannot shame us by pulling down our mothers, those fiercely independent women who have lived life on their own terms, who have not just talked the talk but walked the walk. Yes, you can reason with us by presenting a logical argument but this seems to be beyond the resources of these anonymous creatures hiding their faces in the mud.
And yes one last thing, for all those claiming to be the flag-bearers of ancient traditions, it would be lovely if you adhered to your so-called traditional ways completely. Why do you write open letters, tweet and troll in the language of the Brits? Why not go traditional there as well, use only our ancient languages and spare us your venom-filled and grammatically incorrect English?

According to the passage why do the doctors welcome the ban?
Options:
1) New clothes, sweets and fire crackers are nothing but the waste of money.
2) Banning firecrackers is a decision taken by the government and we should respect it.
3) This ban supports logic and we all should support logic.
4) Fumes from firecrackers take pollution levels beyond safe limits.
Correct Answer: Fumes from firecrackers take pollution levels beyond safe limits.
 
QID : 228 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

Let’s move to the crackling topic of the SC’s firecracker ban in Delhi. Like me and millions of other children raised in India, Masaba must have celebrated Diwali with new clothes, sweets and the quintessential rockets, anars and phuljharis. But when she supports the ban on firecrackers because of the pollution it creates, the earthworms once again flail desperately, not by quoting statistics or making logical arguments to refute her point but by muck-raking. ‘Don’t mess with our ancient traditions,’ they say. I would like to tell them that if we stuck to all our traditions just because they’re ancient then we should still be pushing widows into funeral pyres to commit sati and get our children married off at the age of eight.
As much as I would like to see the delight on my daughter’s face — the same glee I had as a child — while bursting atom bombs and laris, it is the present scenario and not nostalgia that must dictate my actions. If even doctors welcome the ban as they feel fumes from firecrackers take pollution levels beyond safe limits, then perhaps we need to change our traditional values and create new ones. If saying that makes me a bad Indian, then so be it.
One of the greatest privileges I have — in fact because of the very background that they are trying to smear — stems from the fact that I was lucky enough to have a mother who has raised me to believe that equality isn’t one of my privileges but it is my right. One that was hard won by some brave and fearless women, women who set the right precedent for other women by standing against inequality.
The flailing trollers do not realize that you cannot shame us by pulling down our mothers, those fiercely independent women who have lived life on their own terms, who have not just talked the talk but walked the walk. Yes, you can reason with us by presenting a logical argument but this seems to be beyond the resources of these anonymous creatures hiding their faces in the mud.
And yes one last thing, for all those claiming to be the flag-bearers of ancient traditions, it would be lovely if you adhered to your so-called traditional ways completely. Why do you write open letters, tweet and troll in the language of the Brits? Why not go traditional there as well, use only our ancient languages and spare us your venom-filled and grammatically incorrect English?

What do you infer by the term "not just talked the talk but walked the walk"?
Options:
1) It means not just talking but doing some action too.
2) It means not just talking but walking too.
3) It means presenting logical arguments.
4) It means fighting for your rights.
Correct Answer: It means not just talking but doing some action too.
 
QID : 229 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

The first thing is that the rich people of the world should start living in communes. Let those communes be of the rich! So they will not be dragged down from their standard of life, their comforts, and their luxuries. Let there be, around the world, hundreds of communes of rich people – that is, rich communes.
And to me, wealth is a certain kind of creativity. If five thousand rich people who have all created wealth individually are together, they can create wealth a million-fold. Their standard will not go lower; their standard could go even higher. Or they can start sharing. They can start inviting people who are not rich but who are creative in some other way, who will enhance the life of their commune although they may be poor.
Five thousand rich people, together with their genius for creating wealth, are capable of creating so much wealth that they can invite thousands of other people who may not be rich in the sense of being wealthy, but who may be rich as painters, poets, dancers, singers.
What are you going to do only with wealth? You cannot play music on money; you cannot dance just because you have so much cash in the bank. And these rich communes can start becoming bigger, absorbing more and more creative people. They can make beautiful places all around the world, and slowly, new people can be absorbed.
For example, you will need plumbers, however rich you may be; you will need mechanics; technicians; you will need shoemakers. Invite them – and they come to you not as servants, but as members of the commune. Slowly, we can transform the whole world – without any bloodshed and without any dictatorship.
A communism that comes out of love, out of intelligence, out of generosity, will be real. A communism that comes through force is going to be unreal. There is not a single man in the world, howsoever poor, who has nothing to contribute. Around the world all the rich communes will need people; and slowly, slowly your commune will become bigger and bigger.
The rich will not become poor, but the poor will become rich, and respectable, and equal – in no way inferior to anybody else – because they are also functioning in the same way as anybody else. And whatever they are doing is needed as much as anybody else’s expertise is needed.

According to the passage, what is an advantage of rich people living in communes?
Options:
1) So that communes belong to the rich and their standard of living gets uplifted.
2) So that all of them can club their creativity together.
3) Because rich people need plumbers, mechanics, shoemaker and technicians too.
4) Because you cannot dance just because you have cash in the bank.
Correct Answer: So that communes belong to the rich and their standard of living gets uplifted.
 
QID : 230 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

The first thing is that the rich people of the world should start living in communes. Let those communes be of the rich! So they will not be dragged down from their standard of life, their comforts, and their luxuries. Let there be, around the world, hundreds of communes of rich people – that is, rich communes.
And to me, wealth is a certain kind of creativity. If five thousand rich people who have all created wealth individually are together, they can create wealth a million-fold. Their standard will not go lower; their standard could go even higher. Or they can start sharing. They can start inviting people who are not rich but who are creative in some other way, who will enhance the life of their commune although they may be poor.
Five thousand rich people, together with their genius for creating wealth, are capable of creating so much wealth that they can invite thousands of other people who may not be rich in the sense of being wealthy, but who may be rich as painters, poets, dancers, singers.
What are you going to do only with wealth? You cannot play music on money; you cannot dance just because you have so much cash in the bank. And these rich communes can start becoming bigger, absorbing more and more creative people. They can make beautiful places all around the world, and slowly, new people can be absorbed.
For example, you will need plumbers, however rich you may be; you will need mechanics; technicians; you will need shoemakers. Invite them – and they come to you not as servants, but as members of the commune. Slowly, we can transform the whole world – without any bloodshed and without any dictatorship.
A communism that comes out of love, out of intelligence, out of generosity, will be real. A communism that comes through force is going to be unreal. There is not a single man in the world, howsoever poor, who has nothing to contribute. Around the world all the rich communes will need people; and slowly, slowly your commune will become bigger and bigger.
The rich will not become poor, but the poor will become rich, and respectable, and equal – in no way inferior to anybody else – because they are also functioning in the same way as anybody else. And whatever they are doing is needed as much as anybody else’s expertise is needed.

Who all have something to contribute towards the making of the communes?
Options:
1) The rich
2) The serving class
3) The worker class
4) Everybody
Correct Answer: Everybody
 
QID : 231 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

The first thing is that the rich people of the world should start living in communes. Let those communes be of the rich! So they will not be dragged down from their standard of life, their comforts, and their luxuries. Let there be, around the world, hundreds of communes of rich people – that is, rich communes.
And to me, wealth is a certain kind of creativity. If five thousand rich people who have all created wealth individually are together, they can create wealth a million-fold. Their standard will not go lower; their standard could go even higher. Or they can start sharing. They can start inviting people who are not rich but who are creative in some other way, who will enhance the life of their commune although they may be poor.
Five thousand rich people, together with their genius for creating wealth, are capable of creating so much wealth that they can invite thousands of other people who may not be rich in the sense of being wealthy, but who may be rich as painters, poets, dancers, singers.
What are you going to do only with wealth? You cannot play music on money; you cannot dance just because you have so much cash in the bank. And these rich communes can start becoming bigger, absorbing more and more creative people. They can make beautiful places all around the world, and slowly, new people can be absorbed.
For example, you will need plumbers, however rich you may be; you will need mechanics; technicians; you will need shoemakers. Invite them – and they come to you not as servants, but as members of the commune. Slowly, we can transform the whole world – without any bloodshed and without any dictatorship.
A communism that comes out of love, out of intelligence, out of generosity, will be real. A communism that comes through force is going to be unreal. There is not a single man in the world, howsoever poor, who has nothing to contribute. Around the world all the rich communes will need people; and slowly, slowly your commune will become bigger and bigger.
The rich will not become poor, but the poor will become rich, and respectable, and equal – in no way inferior to anybody else – because they are also functioning in the same way as anybody else. And whatever they are doing is needed as much as anybody else’s expertise is needed.

According to the passage, what kind of communism would we prefer?
Options:
1) Bigger and bigger
2) That comes out of love, out of intelligence and out of generosity.
3) That comes with force
4) That comes from anybody else's expertise
Correct Answer: That comes out of love, out of intelligence and out of generosity.
 
QID : 232 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

The first thing is that the rich people of the world should start living in communes. Let those communes be of the rich! So they will not be dragged down from their standard of life, their comforts, and their luxuries. Let there be, around the world, hundreds of communes of rich people – that is, rich communes.
And to me, wealth is a certain kind of creativity. If five thousand rich people who have all created wealth individually are together, they can create wealth a million-fold. Their standard will not go lower; their standard could go even higher. Or they can start sharing. They can start inviting people who are not rich but who are creative in some other way, who will enhance the life of their commune although they may be poor.
Five thousand rich people, together with their genius for creating wealth, are capable of creating so much wealth that they can invite thousands of other people who may not be rich in the sense of being wealthy, but who may be rich as painters, poets, dancers, singers.
What are you going to do only with wealth? You cannot play music on money; you cannot dance just because you have so much cash in the bank. And these rich communes can start becoming bigger, absorbing more and more creative people. They can make beautiful places all around the world, and slowly, new people can be absorbed.
For example, you will need plumbers, however rich you may be; you will need mechanics; technicians; you will need shoemakers. Invite them – and they come to you not as servants, but as members of the commune. Slowly, we can transform the whole world – without any bloodshed and without any dictatorship.
A communism that comes out of love, out of intelligence, out of generosity, will be real. A communism that comes through force is going to be unreal. There is not a single man in the world, howsoever poor, who has nothing to contribute. Around the world all the rich communes will need people; and slowly, slowly your commune will become bigger and bigger.
The rich will not become poor, but the poor will become rich, and respectable, and equal – in no way inferior to anybody else – because they are also functioning in the same way as anybody else. And whatever they are doing is needed as much as anybody else’s expertise is needed.

According to the passage, what is not necessarily true about those who are not rich in the sense of being wealthy?
Options:
1) They may be poor but they would still have something to contribute.
2) They cannot play music or dance.
3) They may not be wealthy, but they may be rich as painters, poets, dancers or singers.
4) They may be able of making your surroundings beautiful
Correct Answer: They may not be wealthy, but they may be rich as painters, poets, dancers or singers.
 
QID : 233 - Read the passage carefully and select the best answer to each question out of the given four alternatives.

The first thing is that the rich people of the world should start living in communes. Let those communes be of the rich! So they will not be dragged down from their standard of life, their comforts, and their luxuries. Let there be, around the world, hundreds of communes of rich people – that is, rich communes.
And to me, wealth is a certain kind of creativity. If five thousand rich people who have all created wealth individually are together, they can create wealth a million-fold. Their standard will not go lower; their standard could go even higher. Or they can start sharing. They can start inviting people who are not rich but who are creative in some other way, who will enhance the life of their commune although they may be poor.
Five thousand rich people, together with their genius for creating wealth, are capable of creating so much wealth that they can invite thousands of other people who may not be rich in the sense of being wealthy, but who may be rich as painters, poets, dancers, singers.
What are you going to do only with wealth? You cannot play music on money; you cannot dance just because you have so much cash in the bank. And these rich communes can start becoming bigger, absorbing more and more creative people. They can make beautiful places all around the world, and slowly, new people can be absorbed.
For example, you will need plumbers, however rich you may be; you will need mechanics; technicians; you will need shoemakers. Invite them – and they come to you not as servants, but as members of the commune. Slowly, we can transform the whole world – without any bloodshed and without any dictatorship.
A communism that comes out of love, out of intelligence, out of generosity, will be real. A communism that comes through force is going to be unreal. There is not a single man in the world, howsoever poor, who has nothing to contribute. Around the world all the rich communes will need people; and slowly, slowly your commune will become bigger and bigger.
The rich will not become poor, but the poor will become rich, and respectable, and equal – in no way inferior to anybody else – because they are also functioning in the same way as anybody else. And whatever they are doing is needed as much as anybody else’s expertise is needed.

Suggest a suitable topic to the passage.
Options:
1) Wealth is creativity
2) Poor are not our servant
3) Share your money
4) Making the whole world rich
Correct Answer: Making the whole world rich
 
QID : 234 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Over the years Blyton ________________ for a lot of things, especially for being ___________ and creating two-dimensional characters. But for many of us, the name brings up the nostalgia of rainy afternoons ___________ snuggled up with our noses in her books and being transported to a world where good means good and bad means bad, with nothing _______ between. I remember reading in a preface that many girls had written asking Blyton how __________ could enrol at Malory Towers or St. Clare’s!

Over the years Blyton ________________ for a lot of things,
Options:
1) has being criticised
2) has been criticised
3) has being criticising
4) had being criticising
Correct Answer: has been criticised
 
QID : 235 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Over the years Blyton ________________ for a lot of things, especially for being ___________ and creating two-dimensional characters. But for many of us, the name brings up the nostalgia of rainy afternoons ___________ snuggled up with our noses in her books and being transported to a world where good means good and bad means bad, with nothing _______ between. I remember reading in a preface that many girls had written asking Blyton how __________ could enrol at Malory Towers or St. Clare’s!

especially for being ___________ and creating two-dimensional characters.
Options:
1) racism
2) race
3) racist
4) racialism
Correct Answer: racist
 
QID : 236 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Over the years Blyton ________________ for a lot of things, especially for being ___________ and creating two-dimensional characters. But for many of us, the name brings up the nostalgia of rainy afternoons ___________ snuggled up with our noses in her books and being transported to a world where good means good and bad means bad, with nothing _______ between. I remember reading in a preface that many girls had written asking Blyton how __________ could enrol at Malory Towers or St. Clare’s!

the nostalgia of rainy afternoons ___________ snuggled up with our noses
Options:
1) cosiness
2) cosiest
3) cosily
4) cosying
Correct Answer: cosily
 
QID : 237 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Over the years Blyton ________________ for a lot of things, especially for being ___________ and creating two-dimensional characters. But for many of us, the name brings up the nostalgia of rainy afternoons ___________ snuggled up with our noses in her books and being transported to a world where good means good and bad means bad, with nothing _______ between. I remember reading in a preface that many girls had written asking Blyton how __________ could enrol at Malory Towers or St. Clare’s!

with nothing _______ between.
Options:
1) into
2) inside
3) onto
4) in
Correct Answer: in
 
QID : 238 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

Over the years Blyton ________________ for a lot of things, especially for being ___________ and creating two-dimensional characters. But for many of us, the name brings up the nostalgia of rainy afternoons ___________ snuggled up with our noses in her books and being transported to a world where good means good and bad means bad, with nothing _______ between. I remember reading in a preface that many girls had written asking Blyton how __________ could enrol at Malory Towers or St. Clare’s!

Blyton how __________ could enrol at Malory Towers
Options:
1) them
2) they
3) themselves
4) their
Correct Answer: they
 
QID : 239 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

The climate question _____________ a leapfrog era for India’s development paradigm. Already, the country has chalked out an _____________ policy on renewable energy, hoping to generate a massive 175 gigawatts of power ____________ green sources by 2022. This has to be _____________ pursued, breaking down the barriers to wider ___________ of rooftop solar energy at every level and implementing net metering systems for all categories of consumers.

The climate question _____________ a leapfrog era for
Options:
1) present
2) presenting
3) presents
4) presentation
Correct Answer: presents

QID : 240 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

The climate question _____________ a leapfrog era for India’s development paradigm. Already, the country has chalked out an _____________ policy on renewable energy, hoping to generate a massive 175 gigawatts of power ____________ green sources by 2022. This has to be _____________ pursued, breaking down the barriers to wider ___________ of rooftop solar energy at every level and implementing net metering systems for all categories of consumers.

has chalked out an _____________ policy on renewable energy,
Options:
1) ambition
2) ambitiously
3) ambitionless
4) ambitious
Correct Answer: ambitious
 
QID : 241 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

The climate question _____________ a leapfrog era for India’s development paradigm. Already, the country has chalked out an _____________ policy on renewable energy, hoping to generate a massive 175 gigawatts of power ____________ green sources by 2022. This has to be _____________ pursued, breaking down the barriers to wider ___________ of rooftop solar energy at every level and implementing net metering systems for all categories of consumers.

175 gigawatts of power ____________ green sources by 2022.
Options:
1) from
2) for
3) of
4) off
Correct Answer: from

QID : 242 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

The climate question _____________ a leapfrog era for India’s development paradigm. Already, the country has chalked out an _____________ policy on renewable energy, hoping to generate a massive 175 gigawatts of power ____________ green sources by 2022. This has to be _____________ pursued, breaking down the barriers to wider ___________ of rooftop solar energy at every level and implementing net metering systems for all categories of consumers.

This has to be _____________ pursued,
Options:
1) resolute
2) resolution
3) resoluteness
4) resolutely
Correct Answer: resolutely
 
QID : 243 - In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

The climate question _____________ a leapfrog era for India’s development paradigm. Already, the country has chalked out an _____________ policy on renewable energy, hoping to generate a massive 175 gigawatts of power ____________ green sources by 2022. This has to be _____________ pursued, breaking down the barriers to wider ___________ of rooftop solar energy at every level and implementing net metering systems for all categories of consumers.

the barriers to wider ___________ of rooftop solar energy
Options:
1) adopt
2) adopting
3) adopter
4) adoption
Correct Answer: adoption
 
QID : 244 - Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

The activities will start in the next 20 days time, promising to give an exciting glimpse of Vizag to aero adventure lovers in a way never experienced before. “We have partnered with AP Tourism to promote aero adventures for the first time in the city. We will be getting one powered parachute and a paratrike in two weeks time following which aero adventure activities will commence,” says B Balaram Naidu, director of Livein Adventures. The two-seater powered parachute will be equipped with a 55 hp engine and will take people up to a height of 500 feet. With an experience of nearly a decade in the Indian Navy as a sky diving and aero adventure trainer, Balaram now wants to make Vizag as destination of adventure sports, bringing in a clutch of activities through his adventure company Livein Adventures. His passion has led to the creation of like-minded adventurers in the city who regularly converge at Mangamaripeta for kayaking and Kambalakonda for eco-friendly adventure sports activities like zip liner and Burma bridge.

Which activity is available at Mangamaripeta?
Options:
1) Kayaking
2) Paratriking
3) Zip liner
4) Burma Bridge
Correct Answer: Kayaking
 
QID : 245 - Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

The activities will start in the next 20 days time, promising to give an exciting glimpse of Vizag to aero adventure lovers in a way never experienced before. “We have partnered with AP Tourism to promote aero adventures for the first time in the city. We will be getting one powered parachute and a paratrike in two weeks time following which aero adventure activities will commence,” says B Balaram Naidu, director of Livein Adventures. The two-seater powered parachute will be equipped with a 55 hp engine and will take people up to a height of 500 feet. With an experience of nearly a decade in the Indian Navy as a sky diving and aero adventure trainer, Balaram now wants to make Vizag as destination of adventure sports, bringing in a clutch of activities through his adventure company Livein Adventures. His passion has led to the creation of like-minded adventurers in the city who regularly converge at Mangamaripeta for kayaking and Kambalakonda for eco-friendly adventure sports activities like zip liner and Burma bridge.

Mr B Balaram Naidu has worked with which of the following?
Options:
1) Indian Airforce
2) Indian Army
3) Indian Navy
4) Indian Paratroopers
Correct Answer: Indian Navy
 
QID : 246 - Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

The activities will start in the next 20 days time, promising to give an exciting glimpse of Vizag to aero adventure lovers in a way never experienced before. “We have partnered with AP Tourism to promote aero adventures for the first time in the city. We will be getting one powered parachute and a paratrike in two weeks time following which aero adventure activities will commence,” says B Balaram Naidu, director of Livein Adventures. The two-seater powered parachute will be equipped with a 55 hp engine and will take people up to a height of 500 feet. With an experience of nearly a decade in the Indian Navy as a sky diving and aero adventure trainer, Balaram now wants to make Vizag as destination of adventure sports, bringing in a clutch of activities through his adventure company Livein Adventures. His passion has led to the creation of like-minded adventurers in the city who regularly converge at Mangamaripeta for kayaking and Kambalakonda for eco-friendly adventure sports activities like zip liner and Burma bridge.

What equipment will be employed by Livein Adventures to provide aero adventures?
Options:
1) Kayaks
2) Zip line
3) Paratrike
4) Burma Bridge
Correct Answer: Paratrike
 
QID : 247 - Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

The activities will start in the next 20 days time, promising to give an exciting glimpse of Vizag to aero adventure lovers in a way never experienced before. “We have partnered with AP Tourism to promote aero adventures for the first time in the city. We will be getting one powered parachute and a paratrike in two weeks time following which aero adventure activities will commence,” says B Balaram Naidu, director of Livein Adventures. The two-seater powered parachute will be equipped with a 55 hp engine and will take people up to a height of 500 feet. With an experience of nearly a decade in the Indian Navy as a sky diving and aero adventure trainer, Balaram now wants to make Vizag as destination of adventure sports, bringing in a clutch of activities through his adventure company Livein Adventures. His passion has led to the creation of like-minded adventurers in the city who regularly converge at Mangamaripeta for kayaking and Kambalakonda for eco-friendly adventure sports activities like zip liner and Burma bridge.

Livein Adventures has collaborated with whom to bring adventure activities to Vizag?
Options:
1) B Balaram Naidu
2) AP Tourism
3) Indian Navy
4) The city of Vizag
Correct Answer: AP Tourism
 
QID : 248 - Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

The activities will start in the next 20 days time, promising to give an exciting glimpse of Vizag to aero adventure lovers in a way never experienced before. “We have partnered with AP Tourism to promote aero adventures for the first time in the city. We will be getting one powered parachute and a paratrike in two weeks time following which aero adventure activities will commence,” says B Balaram Naidu, director of Livein Adventures. The two-seater powered parachute will be equipped with a 55 hp engine and will take people up to a height of 500 feet. With an experience of nearly a decade in the Indian Navy as a sky diving and aero adventure trainer, Balaram now wants to make Vizag as destination of adventure sports, bringing in a clutch of activities through his adventure company Livein Adventures. His passion has led to the creation of like-minded adventurers in the city who regularly converge at Mangamaripeta for kayaking and Kambalakonda for eco-friendly adventure sports activities like zip liner and Burma bridge.

What is common between Burma bridge and powered parachute?
Options:
1) Both are adventure activities
2) Both these are available at Kambalakonda
3) Both are being launched by Livein Adventures
4) Both are an initiative by Vizag city authorities
Correct Answer: Both are adventure activities
 
QID : 249 - Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

There may be some merit in this, but clearly, we need to look at the hawkers issue more broadly. For quite some time now, many middle-class citizens groups have urged strict action against hawkers, asking residents not to favour their business. The terms routinely used to refer to hawkers and vendors is “menace”, with their everyday businesses described as “encroachments” on public space. This, despite the fact that an existing 2014 central law, the Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, protects their presence as a part of the right to livelihood. The law specifies the number of licensed hawkers permitted and outlines the process to implement a fair street vending policy. Mumbai and other cities have failed to implement the law to date, with the Mumbai municipality having frozen hawker licenses since 1978. As a result, only a fraction of Mumbai’s hawkers are licensed. Hawkers desire legal status — their illegality makes them vulnerable to extortion and harassment by a whole range of State and non-State actors.
Unfortunately, by looking upon the hawkers question as only a clearing of pavements issue, we have neglected to see their contribution in several other ways. Firstly, hawkers are not the only ones sullying our pavements. But they are far easier to target as villains than the middle-class who use pavements for car parking and shops/restaurants who unabashedly extend their shopfronts onto footpaths. Secondly, hawking is also an employment issue. It provides the urban poor a means to earn a legitimate livelihood, and in fact, many sell goods produced in small-scale or home-based industries.

Why does the middle class think of hawking as a menace?
Options:
1) They think hawking is illegal activity
2) They think hawkers take away business from their shops
3) They think once hawkers get licenses it will be difficult to evict them
4) They think hawking crowds them out of public space
Correct Answer: They think hawking crowds them out of public space
 
QID : 250 - Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

There may be some merit in this, but clearly, we need to look at the hawkers issue more broadly. For quite some time now, many middle-class citizens groups have urged strict action against hawkers, asking residents not to favour their business. The terms routinely used to refer to hawkers and vendors is “menace”, with their everyday businesses described as “encroachments” on public space. This, despite the fact that an existing 2014 central law, the Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, protects their presence as a part of the right to livelihood. The law specifies the number of licensed hawkers permitted and outlines the process to implement a fair street vending policy. Mumbai and other cities have failed to implement the law to date, with the Mumbai municipality having frozen hawker licenses since 1978. As a result, only a fraction of Mumbai’s hawkers are licensed. Hawkers desire legal status — their illegality makes them vulnerable to extortion and harassment by a whole range of State and non-State actors.
Unfortunately, by looking upon the hawkers question as only a clearing of pavements issue, we have neglected to see their contribution in several other ways. Firstly, hawkers are not the only ones sullying our pavements. But they are far easier to target as villains than the middle-class who use pavements for car parking and shops/restaurants who unabashedly extend their shopfronts onto footpaths. Secondly, hawking is also an employment issue. It provides the urban poor a means to earn a legitimate livelihood, and in fact, many sell goods produced in small-scale or home-based industries.

Why do only a small number of Mumbai’s hawkers have licenses?
Options:
1) Hawkers are illiterate hence fail to follow rules
2) Authorities have stopped issuing licenses
3) Licenses have become a source of extortion
4) Hawkers get tied to a location once they have a license
Correct Answer: Authorities have stopped issuing licenses
 
QID : 251 - Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

There may be some merit in this, but clearly, we need to look at the hawkers issue more broadly. For quite some time now, many middle-class citizens groups have urged strict action against hawkers, asking residents not to favour their business. The terms routinely used to refer to hawkers and vendors is “menace”, with their everyday businesses described as “encroachments” on public space. This, despite the fact that an existing 2014 central law, the Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, protects their presence as a part of the right to livelihood. The law specifies the number of licensed hawkers permitted and outlines the process to implement a fair street vending policy. Mumbai and other cities have failed to implement the law to date, with the Mumbai municipality having frozen hawker licenses since 1978. As a result, only a fraction of Mumbai’s hawkers are licensed. Hawkers desire legal status — their illegality makes them vulnerable to extortion and harassment by a whole range of State and non-State actors.
Unfortunately, by looking upon the hawkers question as only a clearing of pavements issue, we have neglected to see their contribution in several other ways. Firstly, hawkers are not the only ones sullying our pavements. But they are far easier to target as villains than the middle-class who use pavements for car parking and shops/restaurants who unabashedly extend their shopfronts onto footpaths. Secondly, hawking is also an employment issue. It provides the urban poor a means to earn a legitimate livelihood, and in fact, many sell goods produced in small-scale or home-based industries.

What makes the middle class too guilty of the same crime they blame hawkers?
Options:
1) Ill treatment of hawkers
2) Turning a blind eye when hawkers face extortion
3) Encroaching public spaces
4) Not promoting small scale industries
Correct Answer: Encroaching public spaces
 
QID : 252 - Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

There may be some merit in this, but clearly, we need to look at the hawkers issue more broadly. For quite some time now, many middle-class citizens groups have urged strict action against hawkers, asking residents not to favour their business. The terms routinely used to refer to hawkers and vendors is “menace”, with their everyday businesses described as “encroachments” on public space. This, despite the fact that an existing 2014 central law, the Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, protects their presence as a part of the right to livelihood. The law specifies the number of licensed hawkers permitted and outlines the process to implement a fair street vending policy. Mumbai and other cities have failed to implement the law to date, with the Mumbai municipality having frozen hawker licenses since 1978. As a result, only a fraction of Mumbai’s hawkers are licensed. Hawkers desire legal status — their illegality makes them vulnerable to extortion and harassment by a whole range of State and non-State actors.
Unfortunately, by looking upon the hawkers question as only a clearing of pavements issue, we have neglected to see their contribution in several other ways. Firstly, hawkers are not the only ones sullying our pavements. But they are far easier to target as villains than the middle-class who use pavements for car parking and shops/restaurants who unabashedly extend their shopfronts onto footpaths. Secondly, hawking is also an employment issue. It provides the urban poor a means to earn a legitimate livelihood, and in fact, many sell goods produced in small-scale or home-based industries.

What makes hawkers vulnerable to extortion?
Options:
1) Their poverty
2) The fact that they do not have unions
3) Their illiteracy
4) Authorities not issuing them licences
Correct Answer: Authorities not issuing them licences
 
QID : 253 - Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

There may be some merit in this, but clearly, we need to look at the hawkers issue more broadly. For quite some time now, many middle-class citizens groups have urged strict action against hawkers, asking residents not to favour their business. The terms routinely used to refer to hawkers and vendors is “menace”, with their everyday businesses described as “encroachments” on public space. This, despite the fact that an existing 2014 central law, the Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, protects their presence as a part of the right to livelihood. The law specifies the number of licensed hawkers permitted and outlines the process to implement a fair street vending policy. Mumbai and other cities have failed to implement the law to date, with the Mumbai municipality having frozen hawker licenses since 1978. As a result, only a fraction of Mumbai’s hawkers are licensed. Hawkers desire legal status — their illegality makes them vulnerable to extortion and harassment by a whole range of State and non-State actors.
Unfortunately, by looking upon the hawkers question as only a clearing of pavements issue, we have neglected to see their contribution in several other ways. Firstly, hawkers are not the only ones sullying our pavements. But they are far easier to target as villains than the middle-class who use pavements for car parking and shops/restaurants who unabashedly extend their shopfronts onto footpaths. Secondly, hawking is also an employment issue. It provides the urban poor a means to earn a legitimate livelihood, and in fact, many sell goods produced in small-scale or home-based industries.

What is the positive externality of hawking?
Options:
1) It makes city dwelling more fruitful
2) It is a tourist attraction
3) It slows down traffic and hence accidents
4) It generates employment opportunities
Correct Answer: It generates employment opportunities

QID : 254 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

He said, "I work in an army hospital which is now being renovated."
Options:
1) He said that he worked in an army hospital which was now being renovated.
2) He said that he works in an army hospital which was then being renovated.
3) He said that he works in an army hospital which was now being renovated.
4) He said that he worked in an army hospital which was then being renovated.
Correct Answer: He said that he worked in an army hospital which was then being renovated.
 
QID : 255 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

They said, "We play cricket every Sunday here at the club."
Options:
1) They said that they played cricket every Sunday here at the club.
2) They said that they played cricket every Sunday there at the club.
3) They said that they play cricket every Sunday there at the club.
4) They said that they play cricket every Sunday here at the club.
Correct Answer: They said that they played cricket every Sunday there at the club.
 
QID : 256 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

She said, "I love my grandparents thus I take good care of them."
Options:
1) She says that she loved her grandparents thus she took good care of them.
2) She said that she loves her grandparents so she took good care of them.
3) She said that she loves her grandparents thus she took good care of them.
4) She said that she loved her grandparents so she took good care of them.
Correct Answer: She said that she loved her grandparents so she took good care of them.

QID : 257 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

He said, "I don't waste time as I now I am very busy."
Options:
1) He said that he didn't waste time as he was very busy now.
2) He said that he didn't waste time as he is very busy then.
3) He said that he didn't waste time as he is very busy now.
4) He said that he didn't waste time as he was very busy then.
Correct Answer: He said that he didn't waste time as he was very busy then.
 
QID : 258 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

The lady said, "I am waiting for someone to come here and pick me up."
Options:
1) The lady said that she was waiting for someone to go here and pick her up.
2) The lady said that she was waiting for someone to go there and pick her up.
3) The lady said that she is waiting for someone to go there and pick her up.
4) The lady said that she is waiting for someone to go here and pick her up.
Correct Answer: The lady said that she was waiting for someone to go there and pick her up.
 
QID : 259 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

He said, "She is driving a car now after many years."
Options:
1) He said that she now was driving a car after many years.
2) He said that she then is driving a car after many years.
3) He said that she was driving a car then after many years.
4) He said that she now is driving a car after many years.
Correct Answer: He said that she was driving a car then after many years.
 
QID : 260 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

The DJ said, "The audience is enjoying the new music that I created just for this show."
Options:
1) The DJ said that the audience are enjoying the music that he has created just for that show.
2) The DJ said that the audience is enjoying the music that he had created just for this show.
3) The DJ said that the audience was enjoying the music that he had created just for this show.
4) The DJ said that the audience were enjoying the music that he had created just for that show.
Correct Answer: The DJ said that the audience were enjoying the music that he had created just for that show.
 
QID : 261 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

My sister said, "I am not going to college as now I have a study break."
Options:
1) My sister said that she was not going to college now as she had a study break.
2) My sister said that she is not going to college then as she had a study break.
3) My sister said that she is not going to college now as she had a study break.
4) My sister said that she was not going to college then as she had a study break.
Correct Answer: My sister said that she was not going to college then as she had a study break.
 
QID : 262 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

The executive said to his senior, "I have completed the work a week ago."
Options:
1) The executive said that he had completed the work a week ago.
2) The executive said that he has completed the work a week before.
3) The executive said that he had completed the work a week before.
4) The executive said that he has completed the work a week ago.
Correct Answer: The executive said that he had completed the work a week before.
 
QID : 263 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

The sportsman said, "I have won a prize in the race that was held here yesterday."
Options:
1) The sportsman said that he have won a prize in the race that was held there yesterday.
2) The sportsman said that he had won a prize in the race that was held there a day before.
3) The sportsman says that he has won a prize in the race that was held there a day before.
4) The sportsman said that he has won a prize in the race that was held here yesterday.
Correct Answer: The sportsman said that he had won a prize in the race that was held there a day before.
 
QID : 264 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

The manager said, "The janitor has washed these linen today."
Options:
1) The manager said that the janitor had washed those linen today.
2) The manager said that the janitor has washed those linen that day.
3) The manager said that the janitor had washed those linen that day.
4) The manager said that the janitor has washed those linen today.
Correct Answer: The manager said that the janitor had washed those linen that day.
 
QID : 265 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

Priya said, "I have not met the boy hence I cannot make a decision."
Options:
1) Priya says that she had not met the boy hence she could not make a decision.
2) Priya said that she has not met the boy thence she could not make a decision.
3) Priya says that she has not met the boy hence she could not make a decision.
4) Priya said that she had not met the boy thence she could not make a decision.
Correct Answer: Priya said that she had not met the boy thence she could not make a decision.
 
QID : 266 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

The workman said, "I have been working in this factory since the day it started."
Options:
1) The workman said that he had been working in that factory since the day it has started.
2) The workman said that he has been working in that factory since the day it had started.
3) The workman said that he had been working in that factory since the day it had started.
4) The workman said that he has been working in that factory since the day it has started.
Correct Answer: The workman said that he had been working in that factory since the day it had started.
 
QID : 267 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

Arun said, “I bought this ring for my mother.”
Options:
1) Arun said that he has bought that ring for his mother.
2) Arun said that he had bought this ring for his mother.
3) Arun said that he has bought this ring for his mother.
4) Arun said that he had bought that ring for his mother.
Correct Answer: Arun said that he had bought that ring for his mother.
 
QID : 268 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

The cab driver said to me, “I was waiting for you for a long time.”
Options:
1) The cab driver said to me that he was waiting for me for a long time.
2) The cab driver said to me that he is waiting for me for a long time.
3) The cab driver said to me that he has been for me for a long time.
4) The cab driver said to me that he had been waiting for me for a long time.
Correct Answer: The cab driver said to me that he had been waiting for me for a long time.
 
QID : 269 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

Zakir said, “Here is the book that I have been looking for.”
Options:
1) Zakir said that, there was the book that he has been looking for.
2) Zakir said that, here was the book that he had been looking for.
3) Zakir said that, there was the book that he had been looking for.
4) Zakir said that, here was the book that he has been looking for.
Correct Answer: Zakir said that, there was the book that he had been looking for.
 
QID : 270 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

Mother said to me, "Will you come here and help me?"
Options:
1) Mother asks me to come there and help her.
2) Mother asked me if I would go there and help her.
3) Mother asked me to go here and help her.
4) Mother is asking me to come here and help her.
Correct Answer: Mother asked me if I would go there and help her.
 
QID : 271 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

The clerk said, "What can I do for you?"
Options:
1) The clerk asked what he could do for me.
2) The clerk asked what he can do for me.
3) The clerk asked what he could be doing for me.
4) The clerk asked what he can be doing for me.
Correct Answer: The clerk asked what he could do for me.

QID : 272 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

The professor told the class, “I will give you a test on Friday.”
Options:
1) The professor told the class that he would give us a test on Friday.
2) The professor told the class that he will be giving us a test on Friday.
3) The professor told the class this that he would give us a test on Friday.
4) The professor told the class this that he will be giving us a test on Friday.
Correct Answer: The professor told the class that he would give us a test on Friday.

QID : 273 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

They said, “We have to complete this task by noon.”
Options:
1) They said that they had to complete that task by noon.
2) They said that they had to be completing that task by noon.
3) They said that we had to complete that task by noon.
4) They said that we had to be completing that task by noon.
Correct Answer: They said that they had to complete that task by noon.
 
QID : 274 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

Jyoti said to her sister, “This dress is so pretty.”
Options:
1) Jyoti said to her sister this that dress was so pretty.
2) Jyoti said to her sister that that dress was so pretty.
3) Jyoti said to her sister that that dress is so pretty.
4) Jyoti said to her sister this that dress is so pretty.
Correct Answer: Jyoti said to her sister that that dress was so pretty.
 
QID : 275 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

Deepti said to Pravin, “Do you like to watch movies?”
Options:
1) Deepti asked Pravin if he likes to watch movies.
2) Deepti asked Pravin does he liked to watch movies.
3) Deepti asked Pravin if he liked to watch movies.
4) Deepti asked Pravin does he likes to watch movies.
Correct Answer: Deepti asked Pravin if he liked to watch movies.
 
QID : 276 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

“How often do you go to the temple?” grandmother said to me.
Options:
1) Grandmother asked me how often I went to the temple.
2) Grandmother asked me how often I came to the temple.
3) Grandmother asked me how often I had went to the temple.
4) Grandmother asked me how often I had gone to the temple.
Correct Answer: Grandmother asked me how often I went to the temple.
 
QID : 277 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

They said, “We are taking the medicines every day.”
Options:
1) They said that they were taking the medicines every day.
2) They said that we were taking the medicines every day.
3) They said that they are taking the medicines every day.
4) They said that we are taking the medicines every day.
Correct Answer: They said that they were taking the medicines every day.
 
QID : 278 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

They said, “We have been waiting here since morning.”
Options:
1) They said that we had been waiting there since morning.
2) They said that they had been waiting there since morning.
3) They said that they have been waiting there since morning.
4) They said that we have been waiting there since morning.
Correct Answer: They said that they had been waiting there since morning.
 
QID : 279 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

They said, “We have taken exercising seriously.”
Options:
1) They said that they have taken exercising seriously.
2) They said that we had taken exercising seriously.
3) They said that we have taken exercising seriously.
4) They said that they had taken exercising seriously.
Correct Answer: They said that they had taken exercising seriously.
 
QID : 280 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

They said, “We will not bother the workers. ”
Options:
1) They said that they would not bother the workers.
2) They said that they would not be bothering the workers.
3) They said that they will not bother the workers.
4) They said that they will not be bothering the workers.
Correct Answer: They said that they would not bother the workers.
 
QID : 281 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

Does he race cars?
Options:
1) Is racing of the cars done by him?
2) Are cars raced by him?
3) Does he the racing of cars?
4) Are race cars done by him?
Correct Answer: Are cars raced by him?

QID : 282 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

They play board games at the clubhouse.
Options:
1) Board games are played by them at the clubhouse.
2) Is playing of the games done by them at the clubhouse.
3) Clubhouse is the place where they play board games.
4) Board games were played by them at the clubhouse.
Correct Answer: Board games are played by them at the clubhouse.
 
QID : 283 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

She does not sing classical songs.
Options:
1) Singing of classical songs is not done by her.
2) Classical songs are not sung by her.
3) She never does singing of classical songs.
4) Classical songs were not sang by her.
Correct Answer: Classical songs are not sung by her.
 
QID : 284 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

Do you speak Marathi?
Options:
1) Is speaking of Marathi done by you?
2) Do you yourself speak Marathi?
3) Is Marathi spoken by you?
4) Are Marathi ever spoken by yourself?
Correct Answer: Is Marathi spoken by you?

QID : 285 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

She is reading a novel.
Options:
1) She has had read a novel.
2) She reads a novel.
3) Reading of a novel is being done by herself.
4) A novel is being read by her.
Correct Answer: A novel is being read by her.
 
QID : 286 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

Do Peter and John attend the daily sermons?
Options:
1) Are the daily sermons attended by Peter and John?
2) Is attending of the daily sermons done by Peter and John?
3) Do Peter and John go to attend these daily sermons?
4) By Peter and John are these daily sermons attended by.
Correct Answer: Are the daily sermons attended by Peter and John?
 
QID : 287 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

His brother doesn't drive a car.
Options:
1) Driving of a car is not done by his brother.
2) The car is not being driven by his brother.
3) Driving of a car has not been done by his brother.
4) A car is not driven by his brother.
Correct Answer: A car is not driven by his brother.

QID : 288 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

Does she like English literature?
Options:
1) Is liking of English literature done by her?
2) Is English literature liked by her?
3) She likes English literature, doesn't she?
4) Are English's literature liked by her?
Correct Answer: Is English literature liked by her?
 
QID : 289 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

I play football with my friends at that ground.
Options:
1) I have played football with friends of mine at that ground.
2) By that ground I have played football with my friends.
3) Football is played by me with my friends at that ground.
4) Playing of football has been done by me and my friends.
Correct Answer: Football is played by me with my friends at that ground.
 
QID : 290 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

He doesn't pay tips ever.
Options:
1) Paying of tips has never been done by him.
2) Tips are never paid by him.
3) Tipping of payment has not been done by him.
4) He has never ever paid any tips.
Correct Answer: Tips are never paid by him.
 
QID : 291 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

He always forgets my name.
Options:
1) My name is always forgotten by him.
2) Forgetting of my name has been done by him always.
3) Always he himself forgets my name.
4) My name has been forgotten by him.
Correct Answer: My name is always forgotten by him.
 
QID : 292 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

He never forgets to get gifts for me.
Options:
1) Forgetting of gifts for me has never been done by him.
2) He will never ever forget to get gifts for me.
3) Forget to get gifts for me is never done by him.
4) Getting gifts for me is never forgotten by him.
Correct Answer: Getting gifts for me is never forgotten by him.
 
QID : 293 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

The hammer hit the nail on its head.
Options:
1) Hitting of the nail was done by the hammer on its head.
2) On its head the nail has had been hit by the hammer.
3) Hammering the head of the nail was done.
4) The nail was hit by the hammer on its head.
Correct Answer: The nail was hit by the hammer on its head.
 
QID : 294 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

Six square faces join to make a cube.
Options:
1) Joining of six square faces is done to make a cube.
2) Making of cube is done by joining six square faces.
3) Faces which are square are joined by to make a cube.
4) A cube is made by joining six square faces.
Correct Answer: A cube is made by joining six square faces.

QID : 295 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

Do crows like to eat grain?
Options:
1) Is liking of grain eating done by crows?
2) Is eating grain liked by crows?
3) Are grain eating liked by crows?
4) Is grain eaten by crows and liked?
Correct Answer: Is eating grain liked by crows?
 
QID : 296 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

She needs to clean the floor right now.
Options:
1) The floor needs to be cleaned by her right now.
2) Cleaning of the floor needs to be done by her right now.
3) Right now cleaning of floor is needed by her.
4) She is needing right now to clean the floor.
Correct Answer: The floor needs to be cleaned by her right now.

QID : 297 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

Does he sing only Ghazals?
Options:
1) Is singing of only Ghazals done by him?
2) He sang only Ghazals, did he?
3) He is a singer of only Ghazals, isn't he?
4) Are only Ghazals sung by him?
Correct Answer: Are only Ghazals sung by him?
 
QID : 298 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

Does he respect his elders?
Options:
1) Is respecting of elders done by him?
2) His elders are being respected by him, aren't they?
3) Are his elders respected by him?
4) He respects his elders, doesn't he?
Correct Answer: Are his elders respected by him?
 
QID : 299 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

I keep the butter in the fridge.
Options:
1) The butter is kept in the fridge by me.
2) Keeping of the butter in the fridge is done by me.
3) In the fridge I keep the butter.
4) The fridge is the place where the butter is being kept.
Correct Answer: The butter is kept in the fridge by me.
 
QID : 300 - In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

Mary kept her schedule meticulously.
Options:
1) Mary's schedule was kept meticulously by her.
2) Keeping the schedule meticulously has been done by Mary.
3) Mary keeps meticulousness in her schedule.
4) Her schedule would be kept meticulously by Mary.
Correct Answer: Mary's schedule was kept meticulously by her.

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