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Solve Cloze Test Online Pinnacle Coaching | SSC CGL (Part-10)

Solve Cloze Test Online Pinnacle Coaching | SSC CGL (Part-10)

Solve Cloze Test Online Pinnacle Coaching | SSC CGL (Part-10)

Directions: (401-410) In the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

Passage:

I think the main reason for the alarming number of childhood suicides is __401__ the excessive pressure placed on children to study __402__ they may compete successfully __403__ others when they grow __404__ and achieve worldly respect and __405__ position. The main reason is that __406__ are given on high purpose __407__ believe in. Children today are __408__ to be cynics-at an age when they __409__ an absolute need for __410__ of some kind.
Q401.

(a) but

(b) not

(c) only

(d) just

Q402.

(a)what

(b) whatever

(c) that

(d) everything

Q403.

(a) for

(b) from

(c) to

(d) with

 Q404.

(a) up

(b) big

(c) fair

(d) tall

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Q405.

(a) low

(b) high

(c) equal

(d) similar

Q406.

(a) children

(b) we

(c) they

(d) you

 

Q407.

(a) at all

(b) to

(c) they

(d) they can

Q408.

(a) told

(b) taught

(c) brought up

(d) asked

Q409.

(a) had

(b) see

(c) have

(d) perceive

Q410.

(a) ideals

(b) idols

(c) heroes

(d) icons

Directions: (411-420) In the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

Passage:

The last decade has been __411__ for management education and development. When the economies of most western countries were __412__ in tire early 1980’s there were __413__ cuts both incorporate training and in higher education. During the boom years of the mid 1980’s there were some __414__ in both areas. In the early 1990’s industrialized countries were in the __415__ of another severe recession and a __416__ retrenchment was to be reasonably __417__ throughout the training world. But this has not been the case so far. Many leading companies are __418__ their belief in training as the key to future competitiveness and governments are __419__ an era of rapid __420__ in higher education.

Q411.

(a) dogmatic

(b) paradoxical

(c) praiseworthy

(d) outstanding

Q412.

(a) galvanized

(b) developing

(c) faltering

(d) privatized

Q413.

(a) judicious

(b) marginal

(c) proportionate

(d) severe

Q414.

(a) reactions

(b) slashing

(c) pro-activity

(d) curiosity

Q415.

(a) area

(b) grip

(c) context

(d) mood

Q416.

(a) critical

(b) profound

(c) slight

(d) tough

Q417.

(a) fabricated

(b) advocated

(c) projected

(d) expected

Q418.

(a) asserting

(b) rejecting

(c) managing

(d) criticizing

Q419.

(a) establishing

(b) encouraging

(c) circulating

(d) preaching

Q420.

(a) degradation

(b) communication

(c) exhibition

(d) expansion

Directions: (421-430) In the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

Passage:

Without water __421__ animal can survive. In desert regions, the greatest __422__ to life is drying up. But many creatures are able to make use of __423__ little water that exists in arid areas.
One of nature’s masterpieces , __424__ creatures equipped to __425__ with desert life is the hardy camel. There are several stories describing the __426__ endurance of these animals. It is said that camels can __427__ a distance of about 800 miles in eight days through continuous travel __428__ an intake of a single drop of water. The popular __429__ in a way is __430__. Water is indeed stored there but in the form of fat.

Q421.

(a) every

(b) no

(c) any

(d) desert

Q422.

(a) want

(b) inadequacy

(c) requirement

(d) worry

Q423.

(a) what

(b) the

(c) very

(d) that

Q424.

(a) for

(b) about

(c) among

(d) with

Q425.

(a) live

(b) resist

(c) bear

(d) cope

 Q426.

(a) remarkable

(b) little

(c) tolerable

(d) popular

Q427.

(a) measure

(b) reduce

(c) cover

(d) reach

Q428.

(a) for

(b) without

(c) accepting

(d) receiving

Q429.

(a) proverb

(b) guess

(c) belief

(d) version

Q430.

(a) baseless

(b) wrong

(c) misleading

(d) correct

Directions: (431-440) In the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

Passage:

A man can be physically __431__ within stone walls and iron bars. His __432__ of movement and action may thus be __433__ . But his mind and spirit will __434__ remain free. His hopes and __435__ ideals and ambitions will still remain with him. __436__ tyranny or oppression can __437__ the lover of liberty. The cruelty of the British __438__, increased the zeal and __439__ of the freedom fighters. No prison, no oppression can ever __440__ the invincible spirit of man.

Q431.

(a) prevailed

(b) prevented

(c) confined

(d) limited

Q432.

(a) want

(b) freedom

(c) nature

(d) way

Q433.

(a) rejected

(b) adjusted

(c) prevented

(d) restricted

Q434.

(a) seldom

(b) often

(c) still

(d) hardly

Q435.

(a) aspirations

(b) attributes

(c) achievements

(d) needs

Q436.

(a) all

(b) little

(c) full

(d) no

Q437.

(a) prevent

(b) prevail

(c) reduce

(d) intimidate

Q438.

(a) only

(b) rarely

(c) hardly

(d) narrowly

Q439.

(a) mind

(b) determination

(c) want

(d) discrimination

Q440.

(a) kindle

(b) lower

(c) reject

(d) extinguish

Directions: (441-450) In the following passage some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer to each question out of the four alternatives.

Passage:

Martin Luther King, Jr., was born Michael Luther King, Jr., __441__ his grandfather had his name __442__ to Martin. Martin Luther attended segregated public schools in Georgia, __443__ from high school at the age of fifteen; he received the B.A. degree in 1948 __444__ Morehouse College, a distinguished Negro institution of Atlanta from which both his father and grandfather had graduated. After three years of __445__ study at Crozer Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania where he was elected president of a __446__ white, senior class, he was awarded the B.D. in 1951. __447__ a fellowship won at Ebenezer he enrolled in graduate studies at Boston University, completing his residence __448__ the doctorate in 1953 and receiving the degree in 1955. In Boston he __449__ and married Coretta Scott, a young woman of __450__ intellectual and artistic attainments.

Q441.

(a) and

(b) so

(c) since

(d) but

Q442.

(a) given

(b) changed

(c) become

(d) made

Q443.

(a) graduating

(b) finishing

(c) graduated

(d) finished

Q444.

(a) in

(b) from

(c) by

(d) with

Q445.

(a) theological

(b) intellectual

(c) educational

(d) psychological

Q446.

(a) predetermined

(b) predominantly

(c) significantly

(d) somewhat

Q447.

(a) From

(b) By

(c) With

(d) Through

Q448.

(a) for

(b) of

(c) about

(d) to

Q449.

(a) saw

(b) eloped

(c) met

(d) watched

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Q450.

(a) common

(b) particular

(c) uncommon

(d) general

 

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