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XAT-2006 : VERBAL ABILITY
DIRECTIONS (1- 6): Choose the correct alternative.1. Which of the following choices MOST accurately captures the meaning of edifice asused in the sentence below?The edifice of 'public space', built up through literacy or informative institutions of popular education and on which the pillars of democracy were mounted, is nowcrumbling.A. InfrastructureB. BuildingC. ParaphernaliaD. None of the above2. The__ of the Sanskrit Vedic hymns into English is often not possible; what experts dois aBelow there are three words indicated. Choose the alternative (among A, B,C, D) thatyou think has the right combination of words that can be used to fill the gaps in thesentence above and give it a coherent meaning.X: TranslationY RenditionZ: ConversionA. X,Z in that orderB. Y,X in that orderC X, Y in that orderD. Cannot be determined, since the choice depends on the context in which the sentenceis used3. The phrase 'Ranch on the Ganges':A. Denotes an objectB. Qualifies an objectC. Alludes to a suggestive meaningD. None of the above4. 'In this place flowed a river. A town came up by its banks sometime. And today thereis a concrete road of the metropolitan city. When I bend down and place my ears on theroad, I can still hear the splashing of the water flowing underneath.'The passage above is:A. LiteralB. DiscursiveC. Descriptive
 
 
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D. None of the aboveQUESTIONS 5-6'When I become aware of the pain in my injured leg, it begins to hurt and the painbecomes so excruciating that I often loose control over my senses.'5. In the above passage, 'excruciating' refers to:A. Suddenness of the painB. Objectivity of the painC. Longevity of the painD. None. of the above6. Which of the following words can possibly replace 'excruciating' without CHANGINGthe underlying meaning?A. DominatingB. MassiveC. OverwhelmingD. IrritatingXAT 2006 : PARAJUMBLEQUESTIONS 7-9: In each of the following questions, choose the correct order of statements (A, B, C...) to give a coherent meaning to the text?Question 7Statement A: Such inter-operability of a software service or product appears to be onlyone aspect, and the interoperable system is itself evolving.Statement B: Each software product introduces a variation and consequently a change inthe system.Statement C: An operating system must work with applications and other elements in ahardware platform.Statement D: A software firm while introducing its product or service, therefore, does notstrive for mute complementarities alone but tries to bring about a change in the existingstructure.Statement E: In other words the components must be designed to be inter-operable.A. BCDAEB. CEABD
 
 
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C DAEBCD. CBEADQuestion 8Statement A: Moreover, as argued above, knowledge is entailed not by way of  justification as such. but by the realization of good or fruit ladenness of meaning andactions or iterated actions.Statement B: Knowledge is required in order to resolve doubts and thus in order to actmeaningfully.Statement C: Therefore the actions in a commonly led daily life are both meaningful andknowledge-driven.Statement D: Indian theorists argue for a common knowledge, which is obtained throughiterated fruitful! actions, through the authority of sentences (or words).Statement E: We argue for four sources of validation of knowledge, viz., sentence,inference, direct perception and analogy.A. AECBDR BAECDC. BDCEAD. EADCBQuestion 9Statement A: But PST has also used satellite pictures to suggest that an ancient fortifiedtown had existed 30 Km from Junagadh.Statement B: Soil and vegetation patterns were used in the search.Statement C: The site marches the description of Krishna's town in an ancient scripture.Statement D: PST's primary job at Space Applications Centre has been tracking land useand forest cover with satellite images.Statement E: An archeologist however cautioned that remote sensing and scriptures bythemselves would not be enough to identify a township.Statement F: It was claimed that soil and vegetation patterns at ancient abandoned sitesreveal specific patterns that can be picked by satellite images.A. DACBEFB. DACBFEC. FDCABED. FDACBE

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