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Multiple Choice Questions

411.  

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 world has seen a ...............growth in several spheres. Agricultural production, industrial production, communication, medicine, education etc, have seen ..............growth. We can safely assume that the future is not as .............once appeared to be. We are not by a vision of hungry hordes overwhelming world food resources. Although it is ......... that many people, especially in the developing countries, are hungry, illiterate and .............to diseases.

The world has seen a ...............growth in several spheres.



    412.  

    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.

    National integration means _____ all the people of the nation into a single whole. It is a _____ that binds together all people in one _____ bond no matter what their religion, caste, language or history may be. It is a _____ cementing force whereby all kinds of people live _____ peacefully and can identify themselves as a part and parcel of a nation.

    It is a _____ cementing force whereby all kinds of people



      413.   In the following two passages some of the words have been left out and the blanks have been numbered from 151 to 170. First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about. Then fill in the blanks with the help of the alternatives given.

      The Government (161) to introduce a Bill for (162) compulsory education to all children. Unfortunately, the bill has several (163). Firstly, the Government (164) to provide education without regular schools. A para-teacher, who is under qualified, may be (165) on contract basis. Secondly, the Government may even (166) subclause K of Article 51 (A), which lays down that it (167) be the (168) duty of all parents to provide (169) for education (170) children.


        414.  

        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 quest for a _____ life engrosses every human being on this earth. Everyman tends to define a happy life in a _____ individualistic fashion. _____have attempted to define a happy life in various terms. Hedonists have a _____ notion that happiness lies in the _____ of physical appetites.

        on this earth. Everyman tends to define a happy life in a _____ individualistic fashion.



          415.  

          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.

          India’s motto has been Vasudeva Kutumbakam or that the whole world is _____ community. There are a _____ of pillars upon which India’s policy of living in peace with and _____ peace among nations of the world rests. Policies of non-alignment, peaceful co-existence, economic and cultural cooperation disarmament and peaceful _____ of nuclear energy, _____ of International disputes through negotiations and peaceful means are some of the salient features that give credence to India’s commitment to world peace. of living in peace with and _____ peace among nations of the world rests.

          _____ of International disputes through negotiations and peaceful means are some of the salient features



            416.  

            In the following two passages some of the words have been left out and the blanks have been numbered from 151 to 170. First read the passage over and try to understand what it is about. Then fill in the blanks with the help of the alternatives given.

            The Government (161) to introduce a Bill for (162) compulsory education to all children. Unfortunately, the bill has several (163). Firstly, the Government (164) to provide education without regular schools. A para-teacher, who is under qualified, may be (165) on contract basis. Secondly, the Government may even (166) sub clause K of Article 51 (A), which lays down that it (167) be the (168) duty of all parents to provide (169) for education (170) children.



              417.  

              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.

              This was enough ___________ the book store-owner-turned librarian Husain to asses its valuable contents. "The preface of the book read: 'painters __________ technical knowledge to paint, but lack to understand nature, ______________ they fail to create a masterpiece," points out Husain, adding, "All I ______________ in my life is about books and from books. The grand library ___________ the palace is a cache of knowledge."

              to understand nature, ______________ they fail to create a masterpiece



                418.  

                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.

                It is not _____ to ignore all allegations of booth capturing and rigging as murmurs of _____ losers. _____ have come to light of intimidation of whole villages and communities to make them vote for a particular candidate or party. At times election officials have been _____ by unscrupulous politicians into turning a blind eye to _____ practices.

                It is not _____ to ignore all allegations of booth capturing



                  419.  

                  Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer to each question out of the four alternatives and fill in the blanks.

                  How the domestication of animals began is not known. Perhaps, there were large numbers of animals in areas near water where men also were (i). Here man could observe the animals and study their habits, and this knowledge must have, (ii) him to tame them. It was again, easy for an (iii) people to domesticate animals and feed them on the husks of the grain that were left after threshing. In any event, sheep and goats, pigs and cattle and later horses and asses were tamed and kept in pens. Man, thus (iv) food from the soil and also from animals. In the pens, the animals could be observed even more closely. Calves suckling milk must have given man the idea that he too could get food other than meat from cows and goats. This practice which combines agriculture with the raising of animals is known was (V) farming. Animals, however, were chiefly used to provide meat and milk, they were yet to be used as beasts of burden or to draw the plough.

                  (i) = ?






                    420.  

                    In the following passages some of the words have been left out. Read the passages carefully and choose the correct answer to each question out of the four alternatives and fill in the blanks.

                    Whenever I (156) at the moon, my heart (157) with pleasure. I wish I had (158) to fly up to the moon, I know if I could (159) to become an (160), I would be able to go to the moon. special equipment and a (161) training are required to go to the moon. I would have to wear a special (162) along with a gas-mask for (163). My space shuttle would be equipped with (164) cameras and other scientific (165).




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