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Read each part of the sentence to find out if there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, mark your answer as (5). Q.1 HDFC Bank managing director’s name(1)/ have featured in the list of world’s(2)/ 30 best CEOs, published by (3)/ the American financial magazine Barron’s.(4)/No Error (5) Q.2 Private charter firms are learnt to have bag around(1)/ 50 regional air routes to propel(2)/ the government’s ambitious regional (3)/ connectivity scheme, UDAN.(4)/No Error (5) Q.3 JSW Steel is keen to capitalize (1)/ on the stress in the sector by acquires distressed (2)/ alloy companies so that it can expand (3)/ its capacity faster.(4)/No Error (5) Q.4 The tax department will waive interest liability (1)/ if the principal demanding(2)/ of capital gains tax(3)/ is paid by companies.(4)/No Error (5) Q.5 Having imported fruits from all over the world (1)/ for over 50 years, domestic firm IG International has entered (2)/ the exports business at shipping grapes to Europe,(3)/ Russia and South Asian countries.(4)/No Error (5) Q.6 The government is working on certain optional (1)/ to accommodate demands related to tax and duty concessions (2)/ sought by iPhone maker Apple for setting up(3)/ a manufacturing unit in India.(4)/No Error (5) Q.7 A cyclonic storm accompanied by heavy rain(1)/ lashed Arunachal Pradesh (2)/ causing massive damaged to several dwellings(3)/ and uprooting many trees..(4)/No Error (5) Q.8 Indian batsmen frittered away the initial advantage(1)/ before reaching 248 for six against a disciplined Australia (2)/ to leave fourth and final (3)/ cricket Test evenly poised.(4)/No Error (5) Q.9 About 100 journalists and free speech supporters(1)/ demonstrated to protest the kills(2)/ of a Mexican reporter gunned down (3)/ in the northern state.(4)/No Error (5) Q.10 India and Russia have held annual talks on disarmament(1)/ and non-proliferation during what issues relating to nuclear energy,(2)/ weapons of mass destruction and terrorism (3)/ were discussed extensively.(4)/No Error (5) Q.11 Greece has received some rare praise for (1)/ its reform push from Germany’s finance minister, who has raised hopes (2)/ that the debt-stricken country will getting (3)/ more bailout funds soon.(4)/ No Error (5) Option (3) Use ‘will get’ in place of ‘will getting’. Q.12 SpaceX has launched a top-secret spy satellite (1)/ for the US government and then successfully landed the booster for recycling.(2)/ The unmanned Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from its Nasa-leased pad (3)/ at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.(4)/ No Error (5) Q.13 Pope Francis appealed for dialogue to battle extremism (1)/ as he addressed thousands of faithful during an visit (2)/ to Egypt to promote reconciliation with a religious community (3)/ and support its embattled Christians.(4)/ No Error (5) Q.14 Philippine President warned Southeast Asian leaders (1)/ that they were facing a “massive” illegal drug menace (2)/ that could destroy his societies, (3)/ as he called for a united response.(4)/ No Error (5) Q.15 An American woman convicted of espionage (1)/ has been deported by China, a human rights group that campaign (2)/ for her release said, removing a source of tensions (3)/ between Washington and Beijing.(4)/ No Error (5) Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Habituated to pressing for tax cuts no matter how unjustified they are, House Republicans have marred their corporate-tax plan with a ploy that would slash taxes for the rich and pile up more federal debt. The overall plan would lower the corporate tax rate to 20 percent, from 35 percent. For unincorporated businesses, the top rate would drop to 25 percent, from 39.6 percent. Businesses could deduct the cost of new equipment in the first year, rather than gradually. Most other deductions would be eliminated. In addition, business taxes would be “border adjustable” — taxing the goods a company imports to sell here or to make other products, not taxing the income it makes from selling a product overseas. On its face, the border adjustment tax, or BAT, appears to discourage imports and encourage exports, and thus to dovetail with the US President’s antitrade rhetoric. There is, in fact, debate over its potential effect on trade, but that has not stopped Republican proponents from claiming that it would narrow the trade deficit while raising substantial revenue. That might be the case in the near term, but not in the longer run, and therein lies a very big problem of the Republicans’ own making. Republicans are relying on a BAT to raise over $1 trillion in the next 10 years to be used for — what else? — compensating for big cuts in business and individual tax rates. Substantial BAT revenue is plausible in the near term because imports are currently far larger than exports; as a result, the BAT on imports would raise more revenue than would be lost by exempting exports from tax. But there is no reason to believe that the projected BAT revenue would last beyond the 10-year window. By Republicans’ own argument, which is shared by some economists, the import tax would shrink the trade deficit — and as the deficit shrinks, so would BAT revenue. Even if that didn’t happen, projections of long-term revenue growth from a BAT would require an unsustainably large trade deficit to last forever — which isn’t a reasonable assumption. Another problem with the BAT revenue estimate is that it does not take into account that importers would devise ways to avoid the tax, a serious concern given Republicans’ pledge to deeply cut spending on tax enforcement. What Republicans are actually proposing is to pair temporary tax revenue with permanent tax cuts, overwhelmingly for the wealthy. That is a recipe for big budget deficits, or an excuse to make more spending cuts to programs for people who aren’t rich. Q.16 In which condition the “Business taxes” would be “border adjustable”? A. By taxing the goods a company imports to sell. B. By taxing the goods to make other products. C. By not taxing the income the company makes from selling a product overseas. 1) Both B and C 2) Only C 3) Both A and B 4) All A, B and C 5) Only A Q.17 What has been claimed by the Republican proponents? 1) BAT would widen the trade deficit while narrowing substantial revenue. 2) BAT would repair temporary tax revenue. 3) BAT would narrow the trade deficit while raising substantial revenue. 4) BAT would narrow the trade deficit while having to meet with permanent tax cuts. 5) BAT would narrow the trade deficit and thus it is overwhelmingly acceptable for the wealthy. Q.18 Why it is considered that Substantial BAT revenue is plausible in the near term? A. Because the BAT on imports would raise more revenue. B. Because the more revenue would be lost by exempting exports from tax. C. Because imports are currently far larger than exports. 1) Both B and C 2) Only C 3) Both A and B 4) All A, B and C 5) Only A Q.19 Choose the appropriate title for the above passage? 1) How Good Tax Ideas Go Bad 2) How to avoid adding to the deficit 3) Advantage of corporate rate 4) How Republicans are actually proposing 5) How the BAT revenue estimates the Tax Q.20 What would be the resultant of the deflated trade deficit by the import tax? A. BAT revenue will be declined. B. BAT revenue will be inclined. C. Import tax will be increased. 1) Both B and C 2) Only C 3) Both A and B 4) All A, B and C 5) Only A Q.21 What would be required by the projections of long-term revenue growth from a BAT? 1) A consolidated idea worthy of debate and serious consideration 2) An unprecedented rate on a corporate tax 3) An unsustainably large trade deficit to last forever 4) An indubitable top personal rate 5) All Except B Answer is given in the middle of the last paragraph. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. The report of crackdowns on foreignfinanced nongovernmental organizations by populist leaders across Central and Eastern Europe, which are often focused on those supported by George Soros, is both troubling and puzzling. It is hard to grasp why people who spent four decades under Soviet dictatorships and were so keen to join the West — namely the European Union and NATO — would turn so sharply against Western organizations that promote open government and human rights. Yet, as it was reported that populist leaders and movements from Hungary’s Viktor Orban to organizers of Stop Operation Soros in Macedonia, often openly emboldened by the election of the US President, are furiously turning against foreign-financed organizations. The vilification of the N.G.O.s is in some ways an extension of the malaise that fostered the nationalist sentiments these populist leaders have exploited. In many of the countries, as in Russia, this discontent was a product of the wrenching changes of the 1990s, followed by disappointment with the slowness of improvements in living standards, widespread corruption and the onslaught of globalization. The flood of refugees from Syria and elsewhere heightened a sense among many Central and Eastern Europeans that the European Union and other Western institutions were not helping them protect their national identities, which they had fought so hard to maintain under Soviet rule. To many people, the foreign N.G.O.s, including the many organizations financed by Mr. Soros, the liberal American billionaire who has spent more than $12 billion on his Open Society Foundations, became the face of Western efforts to impose a political and socially liberal agenda many Central and Eastern Europeans regarded as decadent and threatening. This anti-Western sentiment has been accompanied by rising criticism of the E.U., yet there is no sign that any of these countries is about to follow Britain through the exit door. That does not make the assaults on foreign N.G.O.s, with their overt hostility to Western values and overtones of anti-Semitism and xenophobia, any less contemptible. The focus in many of the campaigns on Mr. Soros, who comes from a family of Hungarian Jews — like the calls for “de-Soros-isolation” in Macedonia — is especially loathsome. It is worrying that many of the populists leading these campaigns have cited the US President’s election as encouragement. But the nationalist swings across Central and Eastern Europe far predate his presidency. And the crackdown on N.G.O.s is not the whole story in a region in transition, where free elections and free debate still thrive. The European Union, NATO and nongovernmental organizations must not lose heart over what can be hoped is only a temporary reaction. Q.22 Choose the appropriate title for the above passage? 1) Foreign N.G.O.s 2) The East Europeans Do an AboutFace 3) Free elections and free debate 4) Anti-Western sentiment 5) Compromises of East Europeans Q.23 Russia discontent was a product of the wrenching changes of the 1990s, followed byA. disappointment with the slowness of improvements in living standards, B. Widespread corruption C. The onslaught of globalization. 1) Both B and C 2) Only C 3) Both A and B 4) All A, B and C 5) Only A Q.24 In which context the refugees from Syria and elsewhere think that the European Union and other Western institutions were not helping them? 1) In making the assaults on foreign N.G.O.s. 2) In rising criticism of the E.U. 3) In protecting their national identities, which they had fought so hard to maintain under Soviet rule. 4) In protecting their right to vote, which they had fought so hard to maintain under Soviet rule. 5) In protecting their national culture, traditions, values and others. Q.25 What was reported about the populist leaders and movements from Hungary’s Viktor Orban to organizers? 1) To stop Carnage. 2) To stop their overt hostility to Western values. 3) To Stop Operation Soros. 4) To stop European Union and NATO. 5) To stop Soviet dictatorships. Q.26 What is it so worrying about many of the populists leading the campaigns? 1) They have the nationalist swings across Central Syria. 2) They do not make the assaults on foreign N.G.O. 3) They have lost their heart over what can be hoped with the current US administration. 4) They have cited the US President’s election as encouragement. 5) They have to pave the way to follow Britain through. Q.27 What is especially loathsome as per the passage given above? 1) N.G.O.s is not the whole story in a region in transition. 2) The European Union, NATO and nongovernmental organizations overt their prior decision. 3) The foreign N.G.O.s, including the many organizations financed by Mr. Soros. 4) To the efforts to impose a political and socially liberal agenda. 5) Mr. Soros like the calls for “deSoros-isolation” in Macedonia. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words have been printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some questions. We have a broad understanding that work is valuable for men, that it feeds their sense of importance as providers and meets some existential need related to identity and sense of self. This force is potent enough to be one factor that may have swung the 2016 elections: Working-class white men, out of work and watching blue-collar jobs dry up, lost their mooring as providers, and cast their ballots for a man who promised to take them back in time. Historically, women weren’t supposed to need their individual identity to be formed through work, because women weren’t supposed to have individual identities at all: They melded into their husband’s identity when they married. Women’s identities have long been relational — daughter, wife, mother — rather than individual. Which is perhaps why today, women finding individual identities tied to their work makes so many people uncomfortable — why people are so quick to assert that we can’t “have it all,” why the American government and workplaces are so slow to implement policies that would enable us to at least have something a little better. The defining characteristic of the 1950s was women’s turn to the domestic, the first time in recorded American history where women got married sooner and had more babies than their mothers. The prevailing sensibility was that life as a suburban housewife was supposed to bring ultimate happiness. But the pursuit of personal fulfillment was less about what actually made women happy and more about money — and men being able to make it without competing with women. Men’s wages rose steadily through the 1950s and ’60s, while women’s stagnated. Although women had earned more than 63 percent of what men did in the early 1950s, by the mid-1960s they made less than 58 percent. In the 1970s, women across the country were surging into the work force, and for the first time more than half of American women between the ages of 25 and 54 worked outside the home. and yet, for all the emphasis modern adults place on the dreams of the young — asking boys and girls what they want to be when they grow up — Americans remain ambivalent about whether adult women working, and especially mothers working, is actually a good thing. The idealized vision of 1950s womanhood that still permeates our politics ignores the fact that staying home may not actually make mothers happy. Unfortunately, there’s no robust feminist ideal to counter it. Instead, we fall back on the language of “choice”: that it’s best if women simply get to choose to work or stay home, as if these choices are inherently equal and made without carrying the cultural baggage of sacrificial motherhood. Or the fact that inhospitable workplaces and economic constraints mean many women never have a real choice in the matter at all. The feminists are so often unable or unwilling to make a vigorous moral argument in favour of women working outside the home is perhaps one reason we have not yet seen the political groundswell necessary to pass the workplace policies we so desperately need. This is especially unfortunate, given that women are better off when we work outside the home: Working correlates with better mental and physical health, and working women not only report higher levels of happiness than women who don’t work, but the more hours women work, the happier we are (with the important exception of women who have very small children and work very long hours). Mothers who work are also good for families: Daughters of working mothers tend to be higher achieving, work themselves, make more money and spend more time with their children than do daughters of women who did not work; men who were raised by working mothers do more household work and help more with child care than sons of stay-at-home moms. And women’s presence in the workplace is good for women in the aggregate: Men who have stay-at-home wives are more likely than men with working wives to penalize their female co-workers, denying them promotions and viewing them unfavourably. Not working also puts women at risk. Without financial independence, we are more likely to get stuck in abusive or simply unhappy relationships. Although many women who take time off assume they can come back into the work force easily, even a few years off can have a lifelong impact on earnings. Lawmakers know all of this. They also know that refusing to provide paid parental leave, adequate sick days and affordable child care means women are routinely forced out of the workplace — women don’t choose to opt out, they’re pushed. Politicians make this choice and then claim it’s women who are free to do the choosing. Q.28 In which terms are women routinely forced out of the workplace? 1) If women are refused to provide paid parental leave. 2) If women are refused to provide adequate sick days. 3) If women are refused to provide affordable child care. 4) If women are refused to provide enough time. 5) All Except (4) Q.29 What is/are the behaviour of men who have “stay-at-home wives” than men with “working wives”? A. They penalize their female coworkers. B. They deny their female co-workers promotions. C. They view their female co-workers unfavourable. 1) Both B and C 2) Only C 3) Both A and B 4) All A, B and C 5) Only A Q.30 As per the passage what was that thing about which Americans remain ambivalent? 1) Whether socially rejected and deplorable men, is actually a good thing. 2) Whether the young female employees working more than men in 1950s is actually considered a good thing. 3) Whether adult women working, especially mothers working, is actually a good thing. 4) Whether having given the choice either working or stay at home is actually a good thing. 5) Both 2 and 3 Q.31 What does the idealized vision of 1950s womanhood which still permeate our politics ignore the fact? 1) That staying home may actually make mothers happy. 2) That being a single parent at the age of 52 or so make mothers happy. 3) That staying home may not actually make mothers happy. 4) That the tag of being “an independent, bold and smart worker” make mothers happy. 5) That staying home may actually make mothers happy. Q.32 What is perhaps one reason we have not yet seen the political groundswell necessary to pass the workplace policies we so desperately need? A. The male dominating society unwilling to make a vigorous moral argument in favour of women working outside the home. B. The feminists are so often unable or unwilling to make a vigorous moral argument in favour of women working outside the home. C. The co-workers of the working women are unsure to make a moral argument in favour of women working outside the home. 1) Both B and C 2) Only B 3) Both A and B 4) All A, B and C 5) Only A Q.33 What is/are the major difference(s) of the “daughters of working mothers” than “daughters of women who did not work”? 1) They tend to be higher achieving. 2) They tend to work themselves 3) They tend to make more money 4) They tend to spend more time with their children. 5) All of the above. Q.34 Choose the word which is most nearly the OPPOSITE in meaning as the word printed in bold as used in the passage. MELDED 1) Imploded 2) Generous 3) Doleful 4) Disconnected 5) Derelict Q.35 Choose the word which is most nearly the OPPOSITE in meaning as the word printed in bold as used in the passage. PURSUIT 1) Interpolate 2) Bereave 3) Slime 4) Surrender 5) Shroom Q.36 Choose the word most SIMILAR in meaning to the word printed in bold, as used in the passage. PREVAILING 1) Gullible 2) Furtive 3) Prevalent 4) Fortuitous 5) Precipitous Q.37 Choose the word most SIMILAR in meaning to the word printed in bold, as used in the passage. Mooring 1) Suffering 2) Compromising 3) Sullying 4) Landing 5) Befitting Rearrange the following sentences (A),(B),(C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions given below them. (A) Which may reveal more about the Big Bang theory. (B) The telescope, located 5,250 meters above sea level, and it will detect and gather precise data on primordial gravitational waves in the Northern Hemisphere. (C) China is setting up the world’s highest altitude gravitational wave telescopes in a Tibet prefecture close to the. (D) Parts of Nagri is last Tibetan prefecture at China’s border with India. (E) Line of Actual Control (LAC) with India, with a budget of $18.8 million. (F) Its Construction has started for the first telescope, code-named Ngari No. 1. Q.38 Which of the following should be the LAST sentence after rearrangement? (1) E (2) F (3) C (4) A (5) B Q.39 Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement? (1) E (2) D (3) A (4) F (5) B Q.40 Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement? (1) E (2) A (3) C (4) D (5) B Which of the Phrases (1), (2) (3) and (4) given below each sentence should replace the phrases printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct. If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, mark (5) as the answer. Q.41 The Opposition charged the government with trying to promote crony capitalism, creating fear by giving “unbridled power” to taxmen, trying to be snoop into people lives through increased use of Aadhaar through the provisions of the Finance Bill. 1) try to snoop at people’s lives throughout increased use in Aadhaar 2) tried to snoop for people’s life at increased use of Aadhaar 3) trying to snoop into people’s lives through increased use of Aadhaar 4) trying to snoop into peoples lives through increased use on Aadhaar 5) No Correction Required Q.42 A motion has tabled in UK parliament condemning country’s “arbitrary” move to declare the strategic, bordering disputed area, as its fifth province. 1) has be tabled in the UK parliament condemn countries “arbitrary” move 2) has being tabled on UK parliament condemned country’s “arbitrary” move 3) has been tabled in the UK parliament condemning country “arbitrary” move 4) has been tabled in the UK parliament condemning country’s “arbitrary” move 5) No Correction Required Q.43 Thousands of people were evacuated as NE Australia braced for powerful cyclone packs destruction winds, with warnings of major structural damage and surging tides. 1) brace in a powerfully cyclone packing destructive wind, within warnings of major structural damage 2) braced for a powerful cyclone packed destruction winds, in warnings of majorly structural damage 3) braced for a powerfully cyclone packing destructive winds, on warnings off major structural damage 4) braced for a powerful cyclone packing destructive winds, with warnings of major structural damage 5) No Correction Required Q.44 Hope was fading of finding the surfer safe and well after such a long period in the water and with nightfall approaching we were grave concerned, but at 7.30pm the crew on the Coastguard rescue helicopter were delighted when they located the man still with his surf board and 13 miles off the coast. 1) as water and with a nightfall approaching we have engrave 2) a water and with nightfall approached we were graves 3) the water and with fall approach we has gravely 4) the water and with nightfall approaching we were gravely 5) No Correction Required Q.45 Brazilian farmers in Maranhão state have attacked an indigenous settlement, severing the hands and foot of some of its victims in what appears to be a brutal escalation of a territorial conflict. 1) severing the hands and feet off some of there victims 2) severing a hands and foot of some of his victims 3) severing the hands and feet of some of their victims 4) sever the hand and feet of sum of their victims 5) No Correction Required Q.46 Facebook showed advertisers how it has the capacitate to identification when teenagers feel “insecure”, “worthless” and “need a confidence boost”, according to a leaked documents based on research quietly conducted by the social network. 1) it have the capacity to identify when teenagers 2) it has the capacity to identify when teenagers 3) it have the capacity too identity when teenagers 4) they has the capacity to identify where teenagers 5) No Correction Required Q.47 Hamas advocates the liberation of all of Palestine but is ready to support the state on 1967 borders without recognised Israel or ceding any rights. 1) border within recognising Israel or 2) borders without recognise Israel by 3) borders without recognising Israel or 4) borders with recognises Israel in 5) No Correction Required Q.48 Also known as sodium borate, borax has a range of household uses including as an insecticide, a stain remover and a deodoriser. It is also a pivotal ingredient of home-made slime. 1) borax have a range of household uses including 2) borax has a range off household uses including 3) borax has an range of household uses including 4) borax has into range of household use includes 5) No Correction Required Fill in the Blanks (two blanks) In each of the following sentences there are two blank spaces. Below each five pairs of words have been denoted by numbers (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). Find out which pair of words can be filled in the blanks in order to make a meaningful sentence. Q.49 The European Union urged Russia “to release without delay” what it said in a statement were peaceful demonstrators _____ a day earlier during nationwide protests ____ corruption. 1) unscathed, for 2) truant, in 3) vitiated, at 4) detained, against 5) detain, onto Q.50 The Union Textiles Minister _____ the MUDRA scheme for _____ credit to handloom weavers in a meeting with representatives from state governments and banks. 1) tout, happening 2) vilify, uproar 3) reviewed, providing 4) wag, trying 5) reviews, providing Q.51 An enchanting city in western Ukraine, Lviv has _____ a pleasant reputation for its _____, Habsburg-era beauty and vibrant cafe scene. However, it has become known for heaping piles of trash. 1) lived-pure 2) gained- rugged 3) gained-image 4) surviving-emit 5) revived-floor Q.52 Among the diets experiencing a boom in popularity is the alternate-day fasting diet – a _____ many experts believed would be _____ palatable than daily calorie counting for those hoping to lose weight. 1) role-many 2) trending-healthy 3) regime- more 4) rigmarole-astounding 5) diet-health Q.53 An “emotional chatting machine” has been _____ by scientists, signalling the approach of an era in which human-robot interactions are seamless and go beyond the _____ functional. 1) creation-rarely 2) developed- purely 3) emoted-poorly 4) exterminated-widely 5) renovated-pathbreaking Q.54 The English language is losing importance _____ Europe, the president of the European commission has said amid _____ tensions over the Brexit negotiations. 1) at-wavering 2) of-alternate 3) in-happening 4) in-simmering 5) with-leverage Q.55 Iran’s president, has used a presidential TV debate to accuse the country’s _____ revolutionary guards of attempting ____ sabotage its nuclear agreement with the west by testing ballistic missiles. 1) powerless-in 2) powerful- to 3) known-the 4) main-of 5) hapless-dire Q.1.(2) Replace ‘have ’ with ‘’. Q.2.(1) Replace ‘to have bag around’ with ‘to have bagged around’. Q.3.(2) Replace ‘acquires’ with ‘acquiring’. Q.4.(2) Replace ‘the principal demanding’ with ‘the principal demand’. Q.5.(3) Replace ‘at shipping’ with ‘at shipping’. Q.6.(1) Replace ‘certain optional’ with ‘certain options’. Q.7.(3) Replace ‘damaged’ with ‘damages’. Q.8.(3) Add ‘the’ before fourth. Q.9.(2) Replace ‘the kills’ with ‘the killing’. Q.10.(2) Replace ‘during what issues’ with ‘during which issues’. Q.11.(3) Use ‘will get’ in place of ‘will getting’. Q.12.(5) Q.13.(2) Use ‘a’ in place of ‘an’. Q.14.(3) Use ‘their’ in place of ‘his’. Q.15.(2) Use ‘campaign’ in place of ‘campaigned’. Q.16.(3) Answer is given at last of the second paragraph. Q.17.(3) Answer is given at last of the third paragraph. Q.18.(2) Answer is given in the middle of the third paragraph. Q.19.(1) Q.20.(5) Answer is given in the beginning of the last paragraph. Q.21.(3) Answer is given in the middle of the last paragraph. Q.22.(2) Q.23.(4) Answer is given in the beginning of the second paragraph. Q.24.(3) Answer is given at last of the second paragraph. Q.25.(3) Answer is given at last of the first paragraph. Q.26.(4) Answer is given in the beginning of the last paragraph. Q.27.(5) Answer is given at last of the fourth paragraph. Q.28.(5) The answer choice can be best understood while going through the last section of the passage. Q.29.(4) The answer choice can be best understood while going through the last part of the fifth paragraph of the passage. Q.30.(3) The answer choice can be best understood while going through the third passage special focus at last on the same passage of the paragraph. Q.31.(3) The answer choice can be best understood while going through the starting of the fourth paragraph of the above mentioned passage. Q.32.(2) The answer choice can be best understood while going through the fourth paragraph special focus in the middle of the fourth paragraph of the passage. Q.33.(5) The answer choice can be best understood while going through the fifth paragraph of the passage. Q.34.(4) For other options Implode(V)-collapse or cause to collapse violently inwards . Doleful(Adj)-mournful Derelict(Adj)-unsafe.(4) For other options Interpolate(V)-insert bereave(V)- deprive slime(N)-mud Q.36.(3) For other options Fortuitous(Adj)-unexpected Precipitous(Adj)-steep Furtive(Adj)-secretive Q.37.(4) For other options Sully(V)-taint Befit(V)-fitting Q.38.(5) The correct sequence of the passage is CEAFDB and the passage is based on ‘’the world’s highest altitude gravitational wave telescopes developing by China’’ Q.39.(2) The correct sequence of the passage is CEAFDB and the passage is based on ‘’the world’s highest altitude gravitational wave telescopes developing by China’’ Q.40.(1) The correct sequence of the passage is CEAFDB and the passage is based on ‘’the world’s highest altitude gravitational wave telescopes developing by China’’ Q.41.(3) Q.42.(4) Q.43.(4) Q.44.(4) Q.45.(3) Q.46.(2) Q.47.(3) Q.48.(5) Q.49.(4) Truant(N)-non-attender Vitiate(V)- spoil or impair the quality or efficiency of. Unscathed(Adj)-unharmed Q.50.(3) For other options Tout(V)- attempt to sell (something), typically by a direct or persistent approach Wag(N)- a single rapid movement from side to side. Vilify(V)-disparage Uproar(N)-havoc Q.51.(2) For other options revive(V)-restore Q.52.(3) For other options Rigmarole (N)- lengthy and complicated procedure. astounding(Adj)-Amazing Trending(V)-drifting Q.53.(2) For other options exterminate(V)-kill emote(V)- portray emotion in a theatrical manner. Q.54.(4) For other options leverage(N)-grip waver(V)- become weaker. Q.55.(2) For other options Dire(Adj)-of a very poor quality



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