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SSC CGL 2018 Reasoning Ability Practice Questions | Online Test

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Q1. Select the related word from the given alternatives.

Alive : Dead :: Question : ?

दिए गए विकल्पों में से संबंधित शब्द को चुनिए |

जीवित : मृत :: प्रश्न : ?

(a) Options/ विकल्प

(b) Answer/ उत्तर

(c) Right/ सही

(d) Ask/ पूछना

Q2. Select the related letters from the given alternatives.

CAE : XZV :: JHL : ?

दिए गए विकल्पों में से संबंधित अक्षरों को चुनिए |

CAE : XZV :: JHL : ?

(a) QSO

(b) IGK

(c) PRU

(d) GEI

Q3. Select the related number from the given alternatives.

दिए गए विकल्पों में से संबंधित संख्या को चुनिए |

(a) 17/4

(b) 19/4

(c) 15/4

(d) 11/4

Q4. Select the odd word from the given alternatives.

दिए गए विकल्पों में से विषम शब्द को चुनिए |

(a) Book/ पुस्तक

(b) Tyre/ टायर

(c) Bangle/ कंगन

(d) Compact disk/ कॉम्पैक्ट डिस्क

Q5. Select the odd letters from the given alternatives.

दिए गए विकल्पों में से विषम अक्षरों को चुनिए |

(a) NML

(b) EDC

(c) QRS

(d) WVU

Reasoning Ability Practice Questions
Q6. Select the odd number from the given alternatives.

दिए गए विकल्पों में से विषम संख्या को चुनिए |

(a) 18

(b) 45

(c) 54

(d) 55

Q7. A series is given, with one word missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

master, ember, bombay, animal, abdomen, ?

एक अनुक्रम दिया गया है,जिसमें एक शब्द लुप्त है | दिए गए विकल्पों में से वह सही विकल्प चुनिए जो अनुक्रम को पूरा करे |

master, ember, bombay, animal, abdomen, ?

(a) money

(b) ambush

(c) deform

(d) crime

Q8. A series is given, with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

AbCdE, DeFgH, GhIjK, JkLmN, ?

एक अनुक्रम दिया गया है,जिसमें एक पद लुप्त है | दिए गए विकल्पों में से वह सही विकल्प चुनिए जो अनुक्रम को पूरा करे |

AbCdE, DeFgH, GhIjK, JkLmN, ?

(a) OpQrS

(b) NoPqR

(c) MnOpQ

(d) LmNoP

Q9. A series is given, with one number missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

4, 5.2, 6.4, ?, 8.8

एक अनुक्रम दिया गया है,जिसमें एक संख्या लुप्त है | दिए गए विकल्पों में से वह सही विकल्प चुनिए जो अनुक्रम को पूरा करे |

4, 5.2, 6.4, ?, 8.8

(a) 7

(b) 8

(c) 7.6

(d) 8.25

Q10. Bobby’s birthday is on Monday 5th June. On what day of the week will be Pinky’s Birthday in the same year if Pinky was born on 22nd September?

बॉबी का जन्मदिन 5 जून सोमवार को है | उसी वर्ष पिंकी का जन्मदिन सप्ताह के किस दिन को आएगा यदि पिंकी का जन्म 22 सितम्बर को हुआ है?

(a) Saturday/ शनिवार

(b) Wednesday/ बुधवार

(c) Friday/ शुक्रवार

(d) Sunday/ रविवार

Q11. The weights of 4 boxes are 10, 40, 50 and 80 kilograms. Which of the following cannot be the total weight, in kilograms, of any combination of these boxes and in a combination a box can be used only once?

चार बक्सों का वजन 10, 40, 50 और 80 किलोग्राम है | निम्नलिखित में से बक्सों के किसी भी संयोजन से कुल वजन,किलोग्राम में कौन सा नहीं हो सकता है और एक संयोजन में एक बक्सा एक ही बार प्रयोग में लाया जा सकता है?

(a) 120

(b) 100

(c) 90

(d) 110

Reasoning Ability Practice Questions
Q12. From the given alternative words, select the word which cannot be formed using the letters of the given word:

ELABORATE

निम्नलिखित विकल्पों में से वह शब्द चुनिए जो दिए गए शब्द के अक्षरों का प्रयोग करके नहीं बनाया जा सकता:

ELABORATE

(a) BRUTAL

(b) RELATE

(c) EARLOBE

(d) BERATE

 

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                        खंड “A”  Section “A”

निम्नखंड A से एक विषय पर लगभग 250 शब्दों में निबंध लिखिए I(50 अंक)

Write an essay, choosing one from the following section A in about 250 words. (50 Marks) 

  1.    Sanitation programs are only slogans

      स्वच्छता कार्यक्रम केवल नारे होते हैं

  1.    Democracy is the best form of governance

      लोकतंत्र शासन का सबसे अच्छा तरीका है

  1.     Space programs are meaningless in a developing country like India

भारत जैसे विकाशील देश में अंतरिक्ष कार्यक्रम बेमतलब है

 

                         खंड “B”  Section “B”

Write a precis in one third of the given words. 25 Marks

In Varanasi last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that those who disrupted Parliament on the demonetisation issue were trying to rescue the corrupt and compared their action to Pakistan giving cover fire to terrorists to cross the border. Pause for a moment on what the PM said, there is a dispiriting pattern that involves his party and government. From the time it swept to power with a decisive mandate two and a half years ago, to the present moment just days away from a new year, the government has often sought to stave off criticism by labelling any disagreement with its positions and policies as anti-national and pro-Pakistan.

In retrospect, a till-then little-known Bihar BJP leader, Giriraj Singh, may be credited with setting the tone and giving the cue when, amid the 2014 campaign, he exhorted all those opposed to Candidate Modi to go to Pakistan. In 2015, in the middle of another heated campaign, this time for Bihar, party president Amit Shah famously claimed that should the BJP lose in the state, firecrackers would be burst across the border. If you must eat beef, go to Pakistan, said Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi. MP Yogi Adityanath wanted to despatch Shah Rukh Khan to Pakistan when the actor spoke of rising intolerance in the country. And more recently, the government alleged that questioning its surgical strikes against Pakistan was lending succour to the enemy. Common to all these episodes is the same message: A government with a decisive majority behaves in insecure and obsessive ways. Of course, political rhetoric — not just here but across the world — taps into the idea of an enemy, real or imagined, within and without, to electorally encash a sense of siege. Yet, at the same time, it is also true that the 2014 vote for the Modi-led BJP was a more complicated thing. It was not just about polarisation, but also about hope and affirmation. By labelling all critics and opponents as enemies of the “nation”, therefore, the BJP-led government at the Centre gravely lets down its own rich and layered mandate.

But more is at stake here than just the image of the BJP and its government’s (mis)reading of its mandate. Its nervous tic on Pakistan is also taking a systemic toll. It means that debates on crucial issues, such as demonetisation, are abbreviated, if not still-born. The relationship between government and Opposition looks headed into a dead-end. By alienating the Opposition even before talking to it, the government is making it more difficult for Parliament to function, and in the process, given its ambitious agenda, as on the GST, scoring a massive own goal. The government must realise and acknowledge an obvious and crucial difference: Sulking, not talking, and surgical strikes may be options vis a vis Pakistan. With the Opposition at home, there is no way out of the more mundane give and take.

                                                    अथवा

दिए गए शब्दों का एक तिहाई  में सारांश लिखें।  25 अंक

पहली नजर में इसमें कोई नई बात नहीं लगती। पृथ्वी, आकाश और नाग से लेकर अग्नि तक भारत कई तरह की मिसाइलें बना चुका है। उन सबके परीक्षण कामायाब रहे हैं और कम से कम मिसाइल व रॉकेट तकनीक के क्षेत्र में भारत की महारत पर किसी को कभी शक नहीं रहा। लेकिन सोमवार को हुआ अग्नि-5 का परीक्षण एक अलग महत्व रखता है। ताजा परीक्षण के बाद भारत उन पांच देशों के साथ खड़ा हो गया है, जो इंटर-कांटिनेंटल बैलिस्टिक मिसाइल बनाने की क्षमता रखते हैं। अग्नि-5 मिसाइल 5,000 से 5,500 किलोमीटर तक मार कर सकती है। यानी इस लिहाज से यह पूरे एशिया और यूरोप व अफ्रीका के कुछ हिस्सों तक मार कर सकती है। वैसे चीन के कुछ विशेषज्ञों ने कहा है कि अग्नि-5 की वास्तविक क्षमता 8,000 किलोमीटर तक हो सकती है, लेकिन रक्षा मंत्रालय ने इसे 5,500 किलोमीटर ही कहा है। हालांकि ताजा परीक्षण 2,500 किलोमीटर की रेंज पर निशाना साधकर किया गया है, जबकि इसकी क्षमता कहीं अधिक है। परीक्षण कितना सफल रहा, इसे इससे समझा जा सकता है कि मिसाइल ने 2,500 किलोमीटर की दूरी सिर्फ 19 मिनट में तय कर ली। परमाणु बम की क्षमता वाली अग्नि-5 का कामयाब परीक्षण यह संदेश भी देता है कि भारत अब अपनी रक्षा आवश्यकताओं को पाकिस्तान के संदर्भ में ही नहीं देख रहा, बल्कि अब वह उससे कहीं आगे बढ़कर सोच रहा है। यही रास्ता है, जो हमें विश्व शक्ति बनने की ओर ले जाता है।

अग्नि-5 के इस परीक्षण को मिसाइल तकनीक व नियंत्रण संधि से भी जोड़कर देखा जाएगा। इस साल अक्तूबर में ही भारत इस संधि में शामिल हुआ था। इसके पहले तक जब भारत कोई मिसाइल परीक्षण करता था, तो पश्चिमी देश उसका विरोध इस बिना पर करते थे कि वह बिना मिसाइल संधि पर दस्तखत किए परीक्षण कर रहा है। हालांकि इस संधि में शामिल होना न्यूक्लियर सप्लायर्स ग्रुप में शामिल होने जितना कठिन भी नहीं था, जहां चीन उसका रास्ता रोककर खड़ा है। कुछ अन्य कारणों से इटली ने जरूर एक बार भारत को इसमें शामिल होने से रोका, अन्यथा भारत के लिए कोई बाधा थी ही नहीं, क्योंकि चीन अभी तक इस संधि में शामिल हुआ ही नहीं है। भारत अब बिना रोक-टोक इस तरह की मिसाइल तकनीक विकसित कर सकता है, बल्कि संधि के सदस्य देशों से उनकी तकनीक ले भी सकता है या उन्हें तकनीक दे भी सकता है। एक समय था, जब इस संधि पर दस्तखत न करने के कारण भारत को रूस से मिसाइल तकनीक हासिल करने से रोक दिया गया था। भारत ने खुद इसकी तकनीक विकसित की, इसमें बहुत कुछ हाथ उस रोक का भी था।

मिसाइल तकनीक के मामले में भारत की कामयाबी हमें हैरत में भी डालती है और गौरव बोध भी देती है, लेकिन कुछ सवाल भी खड़े करती है। इतनी उन्नत तकनीक विकसित करने वाला हमारा देश छोटी-छोटी रक्षा तकनीक के मामले में क्यों दूसरे देशों का मुंह देखता है? क्यों हम आज भी दुनिया के सबसे बडे़ हथियार आयातक बने हुए हैं? हम आकाश से मार करने वाले एक से एक मिसाइल बना रहे हैं, लेकिन छोटी तोप और मशीनगन तक के मामले में हमें दूसरे देशों पर निर्भर रहना पड़ता है। यहां तक कि हमें इजरायल जैसे छोटे देशों तक से हथियार खरीदने पड़ रहे हैं। मिसाइल और रॉकेट तकनीक के क्षेत्र में हमने जो सफलता हासिल की है, उसे रक्षा के दूसरे क्षेत्रों तक कैसे ले जाया जाए, यह हमारी सबसे बड़ी चुनौती है। रक्षा सामग्री के मामले में आत्मनिर्भर न होना एक ऐसी बाधा है, जो विश्व शक्ति बनने के हमारे संकल्प का रास्ता रोक सकती है।

 

                            खंड “C”  Section “C”

  1. Write a letter to a newspaper editor to express concern regarding the noise created in late night public functions.

25 marks

 

  1. सार्वजनिक कार्यों में देर रात संगीत पर शोर की समस्या को प्रकाशित करने के लिए एक अखबार के संपादक को एक पत्र लिखें। 25 अंक

 

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                                  खंड “A”  Section “A”

निम्नखंड A से एक विषय पर लगभग 250 शब्दों में निबंध लिखिए I(50 अंक)

Write an essay, choosing one from the following section A in about 250 words. (50 Marks)

  1. Indian education system : A plethora of unemployment

   भारतीय शिक्षा प्रणाली:  बेरोजगारी का जमावड़ा

 

  1. Social films are catalyst of change

   सामाजिक फिल्में परिवर्तन का उत्प्रेरक हैं

 

  1. Intolerance is a hurdle in economic development

    असहिष्णुता आर्थिक विकास में एक बाधा है

                               खंड “B”  Section “B”

Write a precis in one third of the given words. 25 Marks

A new research that assessed the impact of global temperature change on crop yield has found the production of wheat—an important part of diets worldwide—will decline as temperatures increase. At the same time, the demand for wheat is expected to increase by 60 per cent by the middle of the 21st century, as per the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

The global population is currently over 7 billion and is forecast to rise to at least 9 billion, and potentially up to 12 billion, by 2050, which will put more pressure on agricultural land and water sources. Wheat is one of the most consumed crops in the world. With a 1 ◦C global temperature increase, global wheat yield is projected to decline between 4.1 per cent and 6.4 per cent. The paper was published in journal Nature.

The effect could be worse on warmer countries. Smallholder farmers in African nations and India, who are largely responsible for wheat production, will bear the brunt in such a scenario. The study estimates about 8.0% yield declines per 1 ◦C of global temperature increase in India. In Egypt, simulations showed about 11% and 20% decline in yield with 1 ◦C temperature rise.

Climate change may also have a slightly positive impression on food production.”Some or all of the negative global warming impacts on wheat yield might be compensated by increasing atmospheric CO2 concentrations under full irrigation and fertilization,” the paper says.

Research on crop yield in relation to temperature rise is not new. However, this paper integrates results from three different methods improving “the estimated impact precision and confidence in assessments of climate impacts on global food security”.

Such research may be crucial in determining appropriate global food security strategies.

                                                             अथवा

दिए गए शब्दों का एक तिहाई  में सारांश लिखें।  25 अंक

प्रत्येक व्यक्ति के मन में आती है। जो व्यक्ति जिस किसी भी मार्ग पर चल रहा है, उसे कभी किसी ने कुछ बताया नहीं कि तुम्हें कैसे और क्यों अपने बारे में भी कुछ सोचना चाहिए। अब तक उससे केवल यही कहा गया तुम बड़े लगनशील हो, तुम बहुत लाभ कमा रहे हो, इस व्यापार में तुम बहुत सफल हुए हो और ऐसी टिप्पणियों को सुनने के उपरांत उस व्यक्ति में अहंकार भरता चला जाता है। उसके मन में यह अभिमान घर कर लेता है कि मैं सच में बहुत सफल व्यक्ति हो गया हूं। यह अहंकार ही उस व्यक्ति को उसके स्वयं के बारे में सोचने का समय नहीं देता है। जो व्यक्ति केवल दूसरों की बातें कहता-सुनता रहता हो, वह व्यक्ति कभी भी आत्म-कल्याण की बात नहीं कर सकता। हम चाहते हैं कि आत्म-कल्याण के माध्यम से लोग थोड़ा अपने बारे में, अपनी भलाई के बारे में भी सोचें। आजकल ऐसे लोग बड़ी संख्या में मिलेंगे जो अपनी भूलों को स्वीकार करने से भागते हैं। आध्यात्मिक होने का अर्थ यह कदापि नहीं कि आप गृह त्यागी हो जाओ, अपना घर छोड़ दो, इस संसार से भागकर आप किसी साधना शिविर में बैठ अपनी अलग दुनिया बसा लें। 
घर से भागा हुआ कोई पलायनवादी हो सकता है, पर उसे साधक कदापि नहीं माना जा सकता। गृहस्थ जीवन तो स्वयं एक साधना है। जिस प्रकार कोई किसान खेत में हल चलाता है, बीज बोता है और पैदावार करता है, तो यहां वह किसान भी साधना ही कर रहा है। प्रत्येक व्यक्ति ऐसी ही धारणा रखता है कि मेरे बाद मेरे व्यापार आदि का क्या होगा? निश्चित रूप से आपके पिताजी भी आपके बारे में यही सोचते होंगे। आपके मन में यही आता होगा कि मेरे बाद यह दुनिया कैसे चलेगी? लेकिन यह दुनिया चलती है। प्राचीन काल से यह दुनिया चलती आ रही है। जब आपका गागर आत्म-कल्याण के भाव से, आनंद और आत्मसंतोष से भर जाएगा तब संसार की चेतना से प्रभावित होना शुरू कर देगा। इसलिए संसार छोड़ने की बात मत करो, इस संसार में रहो, इसका आनंद भोगो और इस संसार को आगे बढ़ाते हुए आत्म-कल्याण करते रहो I

                        खंड “C”  Section “C”

  1. You are working in external affairs ministry as Assistant Section Officer. You are suspended in a sexually harassment case in your office after enquiry committee report. You feel that you haven’t got justice. Write a letter to the higher authority to seek justice. 25 marks

 

  1. आप सहायक अनुभाग अधिकारी के रूप में विदेश मंत्रालय में काम कर रहे हैं। आपको अपने कार्यालय में एक यौन उत्पीड़न के मामले में जांच समिति की रिपोर्ट के बाद निलंबित कर दिया है। आपको लगता है कि आपको न्याय नहीं मिला है। न्याय पाने के लिए उच्च अधिकारी को एक पत्र लिखें I 25 अंक

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Q1. खंड “A”  Section “A”

निम्नखंड A से एक विषय पर लगभग 250 शब्दों में निबंध लिखिए I(50 अंक)

Write an essay, choosing one from the following section A in about 250 words. (50 Marks)

1. True friendship

     सच्ची दोस्ती

2. Nationalism

     राष्ट्रवाद

3. Weight loss

      वजन घटाना

 

Q2. खंड “B”  Section “B”

Write a précis in one third of the given words. 25 Marks

By admonishing the Union government for delaying the appointment of a Lokpal, the Supreme Court has sent across a timely message that efforts to cleanse the economy must be matched by equally strong measures to cleanse public life too. There can really be no excuse for the failure to establish an institution even three years after passing the relevant law. The only reason for the delay in the appointment of the Lokpal is that a minor amendment to the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013, to enable the leader of the largest party in the opposition in the Lok Sabha to join the five-member selection committee, is yet to be passed. A parliamentary committee has endorsed the amendment, which is on the same lines as the mechanism for the selection panels for the Central Vigilance Commissioner and the Chief Information Commissioner. The court has indicated that it will not allow the institution to remain inoperative indefinitely, evoking apprehension on the Centre’s part that a judicial direction may be given to get the amendment passed or an ordinance promulgated. The Centre needs to re-examine its own options on implementing the Lokpal Act. The law now provides for a five-member panel to select the anti-corruption ombudsman, comprising the Prime Minister, the Lok Sabha Speaker, the Leader of the Opposition, the Chief Justice of India and an eminent jurist. The hitch is that there is no recognised LoP in the lower House. The question now is whether the Centre is right in claiming the Congress floor leader cannot hold that post because its bench strength is well short of the required 55.

The rule that the Speaker can recognise as LoP only the leader of the principal opposition party that has 10 per cent of the total number of Lok Sabha seats is based on precedent. It was a ruling by Speaker G.V. Mavalankar, cited in the ‘Directions for the Functioning of the Lok Sabha’, with respect to recognising a group as a ‘parliamentary party’. The only legal provision defining the ‘Leader of the Opposition’ is a 1977 law concerning the office-holder’s salary. The definition says the LoP shall be the leader of the party in opposition with “the greatest numerical strength” and “recognised as such by the Speaker”. Therefore, there is nothing in law that prevents the Speaker from recognising the present Congress Parliamentary Party leader as the LoP. Instead of waiting for the amendment, the Speaker can adopt the solution of recognising the CPP leader and expedite the Lokpal’s formation. It just needs political will and some magnanimity.

                                                       अथवा

दिए गए शब्दों का एक तिहाई  में सारांश लिखें।  25 अंक

सात साल बाद दसवीं बोर्ड परीक्षाओं का भूत वापस आ रहा है। सेंट्रल बोर्ड ऑफ सेकंडरी एजुकेशन (सीबीएसई) ने फैसला किया है कि दसवीं में बोर्ड परीक्षाओं को वैकल्पिक न रखते हुए अब फिर से अनिवार्य कर दिया जाएगा। यह आदेश अगले शैक्षणिक सत्र से लागू होना है, जिसका मतलब यह हुआ कि ऐसी पहली बोर्ड परीक्षा 2018 में होगी।

दसवीं में बोर्ड को वैकल्पिक बनाने का फैसला 2011 से लागू हुआ था। इसके पीछे सोच यह थी कि कच्ची उम्र में बच्चों को बोर्ड परीक्षा के रूप में जिस तरह के दबावों का सामना करना पड़ता है, वह उनके व्यक्तित्व के विकास पर अच्छा प्रभाव नहीं डालता। इसके पीछे यह अहम तथ्य भी था कि छात्र आत्महत्याओं के मामले में भारत दुनिया के अग्रणी देशों में गिना जाता है। अब जब सीबीएसई संचालक मंडल ने बोर्ड को दोबारा अनिवार्य करने का फैसला किया है तो साफ है कि उसकी नजर में नई व्यवस्था नाकाम हो गई।

इस निष्कर्ष का आधार उसके द्वारा करवाया गया वह सर्वे है, जिसमें सभी संबंधित पक्षों को शामिल किया गया था। सर्वे में बहुमत की राय थी कि बोर्ड परीक्षा को अनिवार्य बनाना चाहिए क्योंकि नई व्यवस्था से छात्रों का स्तर गिर रहा है। दिक्कत यह है कि हमारी शिक्षा व्यवस्था में सीखने की जिम्मेदारी पूरी तरह स्टूडेंट्स की मान ली जाती है। यानी दबाव में आकर वे कुछ सीख लें या फिर दबाव हटने पर वे सीखना छोड़ दें – दोनों स्थितियों में जिम्मेदार वही होते हैं। बहुमत की इस राय पर विचार करने वालों ने यह नहीं सोचा कि क्या अपनी शिक्षा व्यवस्था में अधिक से अधिक सीखने के लिए बच्चों को प्रेरित करने की गुंजाइश नहीं बनाई जा सकती या नहीं बनाई जानी चाहिए?

इसके अलावा एक और झोल भाषा नीति को लेकर है। मातृभाषा या एक क्षेत्रीय भाषा के अलावा किसी भी भाषा को अनिवार्य नहीं बनाया गया है। स्टूडेंट अपनी मर्जी से कोई भी भाषा चुन सकता है, लेकिन वह संविधान की आठवीं अनुसूची में दर्ज कोई भाषा या अंग्रेजी होनी चाहिए। इससे व्यवहार में स्टूडेंट हिंदी, अंग्रेजी और संस्कृत या मराठी, तमिल आदि कोई भाषा चुनेंगे। यानी जर्मन, फ्रेंच आदि विदेशी भाषा सीखने की प्रवृत्ति कम होगी जो मौजूदा दौर में बच्चों के लिए ज्यादा उपयोगी है।

 

Q3. खंड “C”  Section “C”

  1. You are an active citizen of Model Town, Bangalore. Write a letter to the electricity department about problem of frequent power cut in your area. 25 marks
  2. आप मॉडल टाउन, बैंगलोर के एक सक्रिय नागरिक हैं। अपने क्षेत्र में लगातार बिजली कटौती की समस्या के बारे में बिजली विभाग को एक पत्र लिखें। 25 अंक

 

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Directions : In question no (103 to 107) sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s).Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it.

 

Q103. The court …………………….. cognisance of the criminal’s words.

(a) took

(b) made

(c) gave

(d) allowed

 

Q104………………wins this civil war there will be little rejoicing at the victory.

(a) Whichever

(b) Whoever

(c) Whatever

(d) Wherever

 

Q105. As he got older his belief in these principles did not……………….. .

(a) wither

(b) shake

(c) waver

(d) dither

 

Q106. Everyone in this world is accountable to God………………………his actions.

(a) about

(b) for

(c) to

(d) over

 

Q107. Your father used to be the principal of this College,………………….

(a) did he ?

(b) does he ?

(c) didn’t he ?

(d) doesn’t he?

 

Directions : In questions 108 to 110 choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the given word and mark it.

 

Q108. debacle

(a) decline

(b) downfall

(c) discomfiture

(d) degeneration

 

Q109. ostracise

(a) banish

(b) belittle

(c) beguile

(d) besiege

 

Q110. prophylactic

(a) antagonistic

(b) toxic

(c) preventive

(d) purgative

 

Directions : In questions (111 to 113) choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word and mark it.

 

Q111. Jettison

(a) accept

(b) reward

(c) preserve

(d) consent

 

Q112. Ameliorate

(a) improve

(b) depend

(c) soften

(d) worsen

 

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Q113. Grotesque

(a) natural

(b) odd

(c) whimsical

(d) sinful

 

Directions : In questions (114 to 116 )four words are given in each question out of which only one word is correctly spelt. Find the correctly spelt word and mark it.

 

Q114.

(a) paraphamelia

(b) parsimonius

(c) peccadillo

(d) peadiatrics

 

Q115.

(a) measureable

(b) mangeable

(c) marriagable

(d) manoevrable

 

Q116.

(a) impromtu

(b) illustrius

(c) illusory

(d) impetous

 

Directions : In question no. (117 to 126) four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase and mark it.

 

Q117. Hard nosed attitude

(a) quality to forgive

(b) protective

(c) calm

(d) aggresive

 

Q118. In a flutter

(a) to be depressed

(b) in low spirits

(c) excitement

(d)prominent

 

Q119. Hold one’s ground

(a) to maintain one’s position

(b) joke

(c) lesson

(d) a preach

 

Q120. A loud mouth

(a) Laughing

(b) Losing temper

(c) talks too much and irresponsibly

(d) Soft Spoken

 

Q121. Moot point

(a) a debatable point

(b) a common point

(c) a condition

(d) a tribute

 

Q122. Neck and crop

(a) At starting

(b) At ending

(c) Completely

(d) Partially

 

Q123. Pay lip service

(a) false appreciation

(b) pretend to regard

(c) true relation

(d) false commitment

 

Q124. On that score

(a) for that reason

(b) at a particular point

(c) at a fixed destination

(d) at a alarm

 

Q125. Pell-mell

 

(a) In a confusion

(b) Great honour

(c) Great news

(d)Great feeling

 

Q126. Palmy days

(a) Bad days

(b) Prosperous days

(c) Days spend out of home

(d) Days spend with special one

 

Directions : In question no. (127 to 146) the first and the last sentence of the passage are numbered 1 to 6.The rest of the passage is split into 4 parts P,Q,R and S. These four parts are not given in the proper order. Read the sentence and find out which of the four combinations is correct. Then find the correct answer and mark it.

 

Q127.

  1. The most vulnerable section of the society are the students.
  2. Revolutionary and new fledged ideas have a great appeal to them.
  3. Agitations may be non-violent methods of protest.
  4. They cannot resist the charm of persuasion.
  5. They are to be taught that without discipline they cannot get proper education.
  6. However if these become violent, the antisocial elements get encouraged and they put all proper working out of gear

 

(a) PRSQ

(b) RSQP

(c) SRPQ

(d) RPQS

 

Q128.

1.Venice is a strange city.

P.There are about 400 odd bridges connecting the islands of Venice.

  1. There are no motor cars, no horses and no buses there.

R, These small islands are close to one another.

  1. It is not one island but a hundred islands.
  2. This is because Venice has no streets.

 

(a) SRPQ

(b) PSRQ

(c) RQPS

(d) QSRP

 

Q129.

  1. One of the most terrible battles of the American Civil War was fought in July 1863, at Gettysburg.
  2. The chief speech on that occasion was given by Edward Everett, a celebrated orator.
  3. Lincoln was asked to make a few remarks.
  4. In November of that year a portion of the battlefield was dedicated as a final resting place for men of both armies who died there.
  5. Everett’s speech lasted 2hours. Lincoln’s for 2 minutes; it was over almost before the crowd realized that it

had begun.

  1. But the Gettysburg speech is now one of the world’s immortal pieces of literature.

 

(a) SQRP

(b) RPQS

(c) PQRS

(d) QPSR

 

Q130

  1. The teacher training agency in England hopes to make teaching one of the top three professions.
  2. They have also demanded that the campaign should be matched by improved pay scales, work load and morale so as to avoid recruitment problems with an aim to raise the image of the teaching profession.
  3. A series of advertisements are now being screened showing famous people speaking about teachers they remember and admire.
  4. An amount of $100 million has been set aside to combat the shortage of applicants for teacher training.
  5. Teacher Unions have welcomed this campaign.
  6. It is high time for the Indian Government also to think on similar lines and -take steps to lift up the sinking morale of the teaching profession.

 

(a)QRPS

(b) RPSQ

(c) RQSP

(d) QPSR

 

Q131.

  1. Some say that failure is like toxic waste.
  2. I see failure more as a fertilizer.
  3. Thinking about it pollutes and undermines the attitudes needed for success.
  4. The seeds of success must be planted afresh.
  5. It can be used to enrich the soil of your mind.
  6. Turning failure into a fertilizer is accomplished by using your errors as steps in learning.

 

(a) SRQP

(b) PQSR

(c) SPQR

(d) QPSR

 

Q132

  1. Judo champ, Tamura doesn’t look or act tough.
  2. At 4 feet 9, Tamura is the shortest woman in the light-weight class (106 pounds).
  3. Fans know her affectionately as “Yawara-chan” after a spunky cartoon character.
  4. She wears a lucky pink ribbon and at 20, still grins like a carefree teen and gushes about ice cream.
  5. No wonder the Japanese go wild when she tosses opponents, many of whom tower over her.
  6. Tamura has become a national idol in Japan.

 

(a)PQRS

(b)SRPQ

(c) SRQP

(d) QPRS

 

Q133.

1.Money is not the root of all evils…

  1. Or, what about the desire for power driving people to horrible crimes ?
  2. Even purposeless cruelty can be seen in many instances of evil behaviour.

R .For example, neither teachers nor parents profit in any way by torturing children.

  1. The evils of sexual offenders are not motivated by financial gains.
  2. No, we can only say that money is the root of some evil.

 

(a) QRPS

(b) SPQR

(c) RSPQ

(d) QPRS

 

Q134.

  1. Even the smallest Insect of the living world is made up of a large number of cells.
  2. Furthermore, the cells in these small creatures widely differ in their structure and function.
  3. An ant, or a gnat, for example is composed of hundreds of thousands of cells.
  4. Even a mite has cells making up its skeletal structure.
  5. It also has cells dedicated to digestive and reproductive functions.
  6. The’ cell system of small organisms is microscopic but marvellous, isn’t it ?

 

(a)SRQP

(b) QRSP

(c) SQPR

(d) QPRS

 

Q135.

  1. Advocates of space programme argue for spending huge amounts of money on exploring Mars.
  2. But there is no firm evidence of any valuable mineral that can be extracted from Mars and transported to Earth.
  3. Worst, nobody has any idea what undesirable microbes or poisonous materials we will be importing from Mars.
  4. They are also unrealistic about the cost of transportation that will be involved in inter planetary movement of men and materials.
  5. These enthusiasts argue that Mars could be a perennial source of materials for us earthlings.
  6. Our race to Mars is likely to be a wild goose chase.

 

(a)SPRQ

(b) QPRS

(c) PRSQ

(d) SRQP

 

Q136.

  1. When a light passenger plane flew off course sometime ago, it crashed in the mountains and its pilot was killed.
  2. Snow lay thick on the ground.
  3. It was the middle of winter.
  4. The woman knew that nearest village was miles away.
  5. The only passengers, a young woman and her two baby daughters, were unhurt.
  6. When it grew dark, she turned a suitcase into a bed and put the children inside it, covering them with all the clothes she could find.

 

(a) PQRS

(b) QPRS

(c) SQPR

(d) RSPQ

 

Q137.

  1. It’s only in the last three years that we have seen the rebirth of T.B.
  2. P. What bothers experts is the emergence of particularly patent strains of the T.B. bacteria that are resistent to two or more anti- T.B. drugs.
  3. This is compounded by the fact that the symptoms disappear in

about two months.

  1. Three or four anti-T.B. drugs are available at no cost in Government clinics.
  2. Yet the long period of treatment leads to a high rate of non-compliance with the treatment.

In such cases, a relapse occurs and the bacteria appear in more virulent and drug-resistant.

 

(a)PQRS

(b) SRQP

(c) QPRS

(d) RSPQ

 

Q138.

  1. Wars always give rise to patriotic feelings.
  2. This does not mean that they are absent.
  3. However in times of peace they lie dormant.
  4. After all, a good economy is also a deterrent to inimical foreign forces.
  5. They, rather, covertly urge the society to work.
  6. Hence we should focus our energies for the over-all development of our nation.

 

(a) PQSR

(b) QPRS

(c) QPSR

(d) PQRS

 

Q139.

  1. Many lands of ants are blind.
  2. For these blind ants, the senses of touch and smell are of help.

Q.As they run along the ground, small humps of earth keep them from seeing landmarks.

  1. The sense of smell is located in the antennae or feelers.
  2. Do you know how they find their way home.
  3. You could have noticed that these feelers are always moving.

 

(a) SQPR

(b) RQPR

(c) PRQS

(d) SPRQ

 

Q140.

  1. The student came late to the school
  2. He went home weeping.
  3. The watchman didn’t allow him inside the school
  4. The boy was waiting outside for some time.
  5. He then decided to go home
  6. It was a bad day for him

 

(a) QSPR

(b) QSRP

(c) QRSP

(d) QPSR

 

Q141.

  1. Oliver dozed off again and it has been bright day for hours when Oliver opened his eyes.
  2. He belonged to the world again.
  3. In three day’s time, he was able to sit in any easy chair, well propped up with pillows, and he was still too

weak to walk

  1. He felt cheerful and happy

S, The crisis of the disease was safely past

  1. Mrs. Beduin had him carried downstairs into the little housekeeper’s room which belonged to her.

 

(a) PQRS

(b) RSPQ

(c) QRSP

(d) SPQR

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Q142.

  1. If it were up to me, I would outlaw three foods.
  2. Then, there’s spinach, a slimy green leaf that makes my mouth feel funny.
  3. The food I dislike the most is liver.
  4. First, there’s oatmeal porridge.
  5. It’s thick and sticks to my spoon like glue.
  6. I can’t stand the smell, and it feels like a cup of sand in my mouth.

 

(a) SRQP

(b) PQRS

(c) QPSR

(d) RSPQ

 

Q143 .

  1. The key to writing a good first draft is to be sure you have all your ideas roughed out before you pick up your pen.
  2. Do not worry about spelling, grammar, punctuation or sentence structure.
  3. Most importantly, do not be too judgemental about what you write.
  4. Once you’re fairly sure you know the basics of what you want to say, choose a quiet place to work so that you can write from start to finish without stopping or losing your train of thought.
  5. Do not worry about whether something really fits or not.
  6. Getting the whole thing down on paper is your goal at this stage.

 

(a) RPSQ

(b) PRSQ

(c)QSPR

(d)RSPQ

 

Q144.

  1. As I walked into the tiny kitchen, I saw my grandmother standing in front of the stove stirring a bubbling pot of stew.
  2. On her feet, she wore her slippers, embroidered with brightly coloured beads to represent

all the wild flowers that grew in her yard.

  1. When she spoke, her voice was rough and gravelly, yet soft.

R . The room was thick with the sweet spicy smell of her famous stew, and as she bent forward to stir, a ray of sunlight illuminated her wrinkled features.

  1. Although her long flowered dress hung nearly to the floor, you could still see her heavy wool stockings bunching up around her ankles.
  2. “Come in, little Sunshine,” she said, exactly as she had the day before I left for school ten years ago.

 

(a) PRQS

(b) PQRS

(c) QRPS

(d) PSRQ

 

Q145.

  1. Have you ever wondered how restaurants turn out those perfect omelettes?
  2. First, two eggs for each person should be broken into a small bowl, and one tablespoon of water added for each serving.
  3. It’s so easy you’ll master the technique the first time you try it.
  4. In the meantime, a non-stick frying pan should be prepared by melting butter or oil over a medium heat.

S .  Then the mixture should be beaten with a wire whisk.

  1. When the pan is ready, the egg mixture is added and allowed to cook until the bottom of the eggs have begun to set.

 

(a) QSPR

(b) QPSR

(c) QPSR

(d) SPQR

 

Q146.

  1. Suddenly, I noticed that one kitten was missing.
  2. I felt his needle-sharp claws dig into the skin of my shoulder as soon as he landed.
  3. Before I could detach him, he had snuggled into the corner of my neck, settled down and started to purr rhythmically.
  4. As soon as he reached the top, he scrunched down, swished his little tail, and then gathered all his energy into a surprisingly long leap.
  5. A minute later, he reappeared, clawing his way up the arm of the chair next to me.
  6. He was instantly asleep, and I had fallen in love.

 

(a) RSPQ

(b) SRPQ

(c) SPRQ

(d) RPSQ

 

Directions : In question no (147 to 158) out of the four alternatives choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences.

 

Q147. One who hides away on a ship to obtain a free passage

(a) Compositor

(b) Stoker

(c) Stowaway

(d) Shipwright

 

Q148. Clues available at a scene

(a) circumstantial

(b) derivative

(c) inferential

(d) suggestive

 

Q149. An unexpected piece of good fortune

(a) windfall

(b) philanthropy

(c) benevolence

(d) turnstile

 

Q150. An emolument over and above fixed income or salary

(a) Honorarium

(b) Sinecure

(c) Perquisite

(d) Prerogative

 

Q151. The animals of a particular region

(a) Flora

(b) Museum

(c) Zoo

(d) Fauna

 

Q152. To run away with a lover

(a) deceive

(b) cheat

(c) escape

(d) elope

 

Q153. Science of heredity

(a) hereditary

(b) genetics

(c) genesis

(d) inheritance

 

Q154. Arrangement in order of occurrence

(a) timely

(b) chronological

(c) chronic

(d) temporal

 

Q155. Extreme excitement

(a) Fanatic

(b) furrier

(c) freight

(d) frenzy

 

Q156. Concluding part of a literary work

(a) Epilogue

(b) Bibliography

(c) Soliloquy

(d) Episode

Q157. One who is beyond reform

(a) Optimistic

(b) Incorrigible

(c) Indefatigable

(d) Notorious

 

Q158. The wide mouth of a river

(a) ebb

(b) estuary

(c) enigma

(d) ebullient

 

Directions : In question no (159 to 178) a sentence has been given in active or passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested select the one which best expresses the same sentence in active/passive voice and mark it.

 

Q159. Political parties have demanded a probe into the destruction of evidence.

(a) A probe has been demanded into the destruction of evidence.

(b) A probe is been demanded into the destruction of evidence.

(c) A probe has been demanded the destruction of evidence.

(d) A probe has been demand into the destruction of evidence.

 

Q160. Passengers were told to be ready to quit the ship.

(a) They told the passengers to be ready to quit the ship.

(b) To be ready to quit the ship the passengers were told.

(c) Be ready to quit the ship the passengers were told.

(d) To quit the ship the passengers were to be ready.

 

Q161. The rising gale fanned the smouldering fire.

(a) The smouldering fire was fanned by the rising gale.

(b) The smouldering fire is fanned by the rising gale.

(c)The fan was smouldered by the rising gale.

(d) The smouldered fire was fanned by the rising gale.

 

Q162. The agent had disclosed the secret before it was evening.

(a) The secret was disclosed by the agent before it was evening.

(b) The secret had disclosed by the agent before it had been evening.

(c) The secret had been disclosed by the agent before it was evening.

(d) The secret was disclosed by the agent before it had been evening.

 

Q163. Surely the lost child must have been found by now.

(a) Surely must have found the lost child by now.

(b) Surely someone must have found the lost child by now.

(c) Surely now must have found the lost child.

(d) Now must have found the lost child surely.

 

Q164. We serve hot meals till 10.30 guests can order, coffee and sandwiches upto 11.30.

(a) Hot meals are serving till 10.30 ; coffee and sandwiches are ordering by guests till 11.30.

(b) Hot meals are being served till 10.30 ; coffee and sandwiches are being ordered till 11-30.

(c) Hot meals are served till10.30; coffee and sandwiches may be ordered till 11.30.

(d) Hot meals will be served til10.30; coffee and sandwiches will be ordered upto 11.30.

 

Q165. Lie face-down; stretch your arms in front.

(a) You are face down, arms are to be outstretched

(b) You should be lying face down, with arms outstretched.

(c) You should be lying face down; let arms stretch out.

(d) Let face be down; let arms be stretched out.

 

Q166. The Greeks expected to win the international trophy.

(a) It was expected that the Greeks would win the international trophy.

(b) The international trophy was expected to be won by the Greeks.

(c) It was expected that the Greeks will win the international trophy.

(d) It was expected by the Greeks that they would win the international trophy.

 

Q167. Everyone knew there was a fire on board.

(a)A fire on board was known to be by everyone.

(b)A fire was known to be there.

(c)A fire on board was known there by everyone.

(d)There was a fire on board was known by everyone.

 

Q168. Most people bore the shock bravely.

(a)The shock was bore bravely by most people.

(b)The shock was born bravely by most people.

(c)The shock was to be borne bravely by most people.

(d)The shock was borne bravely by most people.

 

Q169. Has your elder sister applied for the interview posts?

(a) Have the interview posts been applied for by your elder sister?

(b) Have the interview posts applied for by your elder sister?

(c) Has the interview posts been applied by your elder sister?

(d) Has the interview posts been applied?

 

Q170. The irregular government employees should be asked to quit.

(a) They should have quitted out the irregular government employees.

(b) They shall ask to quit the irregular government employees from jobs.

(c) They should ask the irregular government employees to quit from jobs.

(d) They asked to quit the irregular government employees.

 

Q171. He committed a mistake by joining their secret group.

(a) A mistake was committed by joining their secret group by him.

(b) A mistake was committed by joining their secret group.

(c) A mistake was committed by him by joining their secret group.

(d) Joining their secret group was a mistake committed by him.

 

Q172. These days he has opened a new showroom for the upper middle class in Hisar.

(a) He has opened a new showroom for the upper middle class in Hisar these days.

(b) A new showroom in Hisar has been opened by him these days.

(c) A new showroom for the upper middle class in Hisar has been opened by him these days

(d) These days a new showroom for the upper middle class in Hisar has been opened by him.

 

Q173. Will I have to wait for them?

(a) Will they have to be waited for by me ?

(b) Will they have to waited for by me ?

(c)  Would they have to be waited for by me ?

(d)Will they had to be waited for by me ?

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Q174. Politicians do not add any value to their constituencies after they win the elections.

(a)  No values  to their constituencies is added by politicians after they win the elections.

(b)  No value is added to their constituencies by politicians after they win the elections.

(c)  No values are  added to their constituencies by politicians after they win the elections.

(d) No value is added to their constituencies after they win the elections.

 

Q175. Must we submit the whole fees in advance?

(a)  Must the whole fees be submitted in advance?

(b)  Must the whole fees be submit in advance?

(c)  Must the whole fees be submit in advance by us?

(d)  Must the whole fees is submit ?

 

Q176. A helpful and friendly person is welcomed.

(a)  All welcome a helpful and friendly person.

(b) Everyone welcome  a helpful and friendly person.

(c)  Everyone welcomed a helpful and friendly person.

(d)  Everyone welcomes a helpful and friendly person.

 

Q177. They let Geeta participate.

(a) Geeta was let to participate.

(b) Geeta was let to be participated.

(c) Geeta participated.

(d) Geeta were let to be participated.

 

Q178. Did he feel I was lying?

(a) Was I feel to be lying by him?

(b) Was I felt to be lying by him?

(c) Was I felt to be lied by him?

(d) I was felt to be lied by them.

 

Directions : In questions (179 to 200) a part of the sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives part a, b and c which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative .In case no improvement is needed your answer is d.

 

Q179. To get into the building I’ll disguise as a reporter.

(a) disguise to be

(b) disguise as one

(c) disguise myself

(d) No improvement

 

Q180. He denied that he had not forged my signature.

(a) would not forge

(b) had forged

(c) did not forge

(d) No improvement

 

Q181. If I had played well, I would have won the match.

(a) I played well

(b) I play well

(c) I am playing will

(d) No improvement

 

Q182. Since the records are missing, the possibility of paying more than one compensation for the same piece of land cannot be ruled aside.

(a) out

(b) off

(c) away

(d) No improvement

 

Q183. A callous system generates nothing but a misanthrope.

(a) develops

(b) induces

(c) produces

(d) No improvement

 

Q184. He behaves like coward.

(a) cowardly

(b) in a cowardly manner

(c) as if he was a coward

(d) No improvement

 

Q185. Neither of them went to the cinema.

(a) Both of them did not go

(b) Both did not go

(c) Neither went

(d) No improvement

 

Q186. I used to have very thick hair.

(a) use to have

(b) used to having

(c) used to had

(d) No improvement

 

Q187. They reached at Calcutta on Monday last.

(a) reached to Calcutta

(b) reached on Calcutta

(c) reached Calcutta

(d) No improvement

 

Q188. I did not saw my cousin in Madras.

(a) not seen

(b) did not see

(c) did not seen

(d) No improvement

 

Q189. It is more better to take this route than the other one.

(a) good

(b) better

(c) more good

(d) No improvement

 

Q190. She is absent; she must be sick again.

(a) She is absent; she has been sick again

(b) She is absent: she is sick again

(c) She is absent; she must have been sick again

(d) No improvement

 

Q191. Jackie has already gone to the airport she will meet us at the check-in-counter.

(a) gone to the airport and Jackie will meet us

(b) gone to the airport and she will meet us

(c) gone to the airport she ought to meet us

(d) No improvement

 

Q192. The department has been running programme for the past two years.

(a) from the past two years

(b) since the past two years

(c) the past two years

(d) No improvement

 

Q193. The place at which the two roads meet, you will find a small log cabin.

(a) Where the two roads meet

(b) At the place where the two roads meet

(c) The place where the two roads meet

(d) No improvement

 

Q194. The vivid photos of majestic animals and colourful birds from the wild-life park is a graphic depiction of what is beautiful in the continent of Africa.

(a) is a graphic depiction of what was beautiful in

(b) are graphic depictions of what is beautiful in

(c) is a beautiful and graphic depiction of

(d) No improvement

 

Q195. Although I was initially apprehensive, I found the eating of snails to be a rather pleasant experience.

(a) I ate the pleasant snail’s experience

(b) I found the snails experienced

(c) I found it to be a more’ pleasant experience

(d) No improvement

 

Q196. The man ate an apple, an orange, and washed his hands.

(a) an apple and an orange, and washed his hands

(b) an apple, an orange, washed his hands

(c) an apple, an orange and his washed hands

(d) No improvement

 

Q197. After we ate a spectacular nine-course dinner, three television shows were watched by us.

(a) we were watching three television shows

(b) we engaged in the watching of three shows

(c) we watched three television shows

(d) No improvement

 

Q198. At that very moment they were showing signs of growing nervousness, isn’t it?

(a) wasn’t it

(b) weren’t it

(c) weren’t they

(d) No improvement

 

Q199. The Blue Whale, weighing more than 150 tons, the largest known animal on Earth.

(a) weighing more than 150 tons, it is

(b) weighing more than 150 tons, is the

(c) which weighs more than 150 tons, being the

(d) No improvement

 

Q200. A pair of shoes have been purchased by me.

(a) has been

(b) has being

(c) would been

(d) No improvement

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