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Directions: In each of the questions below four sentences are given which are denoted by A, B, C, D, ……. By using all the four sentences you have to frame a meaningful paragraph. The correct order of the sentences is your answer. Choose from the five alternatives the one having the correct order of the sentences.
1. A. It was with this invincible spirit that Netaji opposed Wavell’s offer.
B. “Japan’s surrender is not India’s surrender,” he said.
C. The revolutionary spirit of Netaji was never dampened even after the surrender of Japan.
D. He knew that a war of liberation demanded Great Spirit, great sacrifice, courage and patience.
1) BCDA 2) BCAD 3) CBAD 4) DCBA 5) CBDA
2. A. The unfolding of human potential has now become linked to the artificial intelligence of computers, creating new states of mind.
B. The labour of handwriting or typing the volumes of material needed to develop this finished product would not only have been far beyond my physical and intellectual capability but more importantly, would have lacked the vital biofeedback exercise made possible by the automated system.
C. Working with a computer has forced me to deal with the logical design of things.
D. To write a book such as this would have been unimaginable without the magic of technology.
1) DBAC 2) ACBD 3) BDCA 4) DBCA
3. A. But all work is not education.
B. In India, a majority of our people do hard work, strenuous physical work, but all are not educated.
C. It aims at concrete and objective realization of the ideas and is of great educative value.
D. “Work” is that activity of man which has a definite objective.
1) DCAB 2) BCDA 3) BACD 4) DBCA 5) CBAD
4. A. The more beautiful something becomes, the more enduring it will be.
B. It is easy to oppose violence, but it is not so simple to condemn truth when bare facts are paired-up with touching beauty.
C. A lesson learned from history is that beauty holds its value over time, and somehow manages to outlast tyranny.
D. There is a natural attractive quality, an innate desire to know the secret behind this concept of genuine beauty.
1) BDAC 2) ABCD 3) CABD 4) ACBD
5. A. Hari Prasad Nanda is one such person who worked his way to the top from the scratch.
B. A few of them had a spark of proved adventure and their initiative, dedication and sincerity brought them spectacular success.
C. The partition of India into India and Pakistan made a number of migrants to India penniless.
D. He rose to become a first-generation entrepreneur with the second largest complex to his credit.
1) ADBC 2) ADCB 3) CBAD 4) CBDA 5) BCDA
6. A. Therefore, “I” am incomplete in “myself”.
B. That inspiration which is closest and most uniquely “mine” is “my” bond to kindred kindness.
C. In order to be what I am, I must be in the context of community.
D. The discovery that “I” do not exist as an independent creature reveals “my” absolute dependence on others.
1) ABDC 2) ACBD 3) BACD 4) BDAC
7. A. They think that India will disintegrate like the Soviet Union or Yugoslavia.
B. What will be the exact shape of India in 2000 A.D. can only be a matter of surmise.
C. On the contrary, the blind patriots foresee a very bright future for India.
D. The prophets of doom say that the future of India is doomed.
1) BCDA 2) BDAC 3) DABC 4) DBAC 5) BCAD
8. A. An attractive book which can be mastered in a single terrm, is the necessity of our schools.
B. The present Work is an attempt to meet this want in American histories.
C. The experience of all teachers testifies to the lamentable deficiency in historical knowledge among their pupils; not that children dislike the incidents and events of history, for, indeed, they prefer them to the improbable tales which now form the bulk of their reading, but because the books are “dry.”
D. Those which are interesting are apt to be lengthy, and the mind consequently becomes confused by the multitude of details, while the brief ones often contain merely the dry bones of fact, uninviting and unreal.
1) CDAB 2) ADCB 3) CDBA 4) DCBA
9. A. I wish I had more time, so that I could visit the odd nooks and comers of India.
B. And yet I have not seen many parts of the country we love so much and seek to serve.
C. Our own country is a little world by itself with an infinite variety and places for us to discover.
D. I have travelled a great deal in this country and I have grown in years.
1) DCBA 2) DBCA 3) ADBC 4) CDBA 5) CBAD
10. 1. In a bold new initiative to attract, recruit and keep teachers, London schools are set to offer long-term contracts to thousands of Indians for the new term beginning in September.
A. British educationist. was of the view that the developments might even refocus India’s gaze away from IT and towards education.
B. A recruitment agency that will soon be advertising an ‘unlimited’ number of vacancies in India told a newspaper that specific requirements of the schools had led them to turn to countries such as India, Jamaica and those in, Eastern Europe.
C. More than 200 London schools have asked recruitment agencies to search for teachers willing to undertake long-term work commitments.
D. The new recruitment strategy is seen as significant in moving away from short-term measures.
6. The news that thousands of permanent jobs are up for grabs — to Indians who speak “perfect” English, have basic teachers’ qualifications and no police record — comes even as British schools try to combat the acute shortage of teachers by forcing some schools to change to a four-day week.
1) BDCA 2) CDAB 3) CBAD 4) BCAD
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11. A. European cloth manufacturers therefore had to depend on a plant called woad to make dyes.
B. However, cloth dyers preferred indigo which produced a rich blue colour.
C. Being a plant of the temperate zones, woad was easily available in Europe.
D. Indian indigo was very expensive and only small quantifies reached the European markets.
1) CBDA 2) DCAB 3) ACBD 4) DACB
12. 1. With gas prices and concern about global warming rising, a group of scientists released a report on Wednesday urging the auto industry to dramatically speed up development of more fuel-efficient automobiles.
A. Using existing technology, the group said, automakers could meet the 40 miles per gallon goal by 2012, increasing it to 55 miles per gallon by 2020.
B. The Union of Concerned Scientists, in a report with the Centre for Auto Safety, said improving existing technology could save consumers nearly $9.8 billion a year in reduced fuel consumption and raise efficiency to an average of 40 miles per gallon for cars and trucks.
C. The average fuel economy among new cars this year is 24.5 miles per gallon, tying 1999 for the lowest mark since I980, according to government figures.
D. “These are vehicles that would have the same acceleration, same general performance, and same cargo space as the trucks we have today”, said David Friedman, senior transportation analyst for the scientists’ group.
6. Hybrid technology combines a traditional gasoline engine with an electric motor, offering fuel-efficiency up to three times that of conventionally powered vehicles.
1) ABDC 2) BADC 3) BCAD 4) DABC