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Of Questions : 10 Questions Topic : Antonyms Each question gives a word followed by four answer options. From the choices, choose the most suitable antonym (word opposite in meaning to given word) for the main word and mark that choice as your answer 1. a. b. c. d. Virulent Unhappy hard Clean Benign
Answer :D 2. a. b. c. d. Callous emaciated unhealthy corpulent Careful
Answer : D Topic : Synonym Each question gives a word followed by four answer options. From the choices, choose the most suitable synonym (word which means the same) for the main word and mark that choice as your answer 3. a. b. c. d. Pretence feigning factiousness fiendishness fastidiousness
Answer : A 4. a. b. c. Embezzle misappropriate balance Remunerate
Less than thirty thousand rupees in advance ticket sales and fewer b. Passivity is not. Less than thirty thousand rupees in advance ticket sales and as few d. b. d. Fewer than thirty thousand rupees in advance tickets sales and less c. universal. or in frontier zones where all men go armed. a. Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the given choices to construct a coherent paragraph. So indeed it may be on the fringe of the un-submissive. In areas where there are no lords or laws. e. the museum has increasingly turned down gifts of lesser known paintings they would in the past have accepted gratefully a. 7. This depends on an assessment of the political situation. With less than thirty thousand rupees in advance ticket sales and fewer acceptances by guest-speakers than expected. form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labelled with a letter. As its reputation for making acquisitions of important masterpieces has grown. of course. choose the option that most appropriately replaces the section marked in bold and select that as your answer. they would in the past have accepted gratefully b. but when to pass from one state to another. c. Lesser than thirty thousand rupees in advance ticket sales and fewer Answer : A Topic : Jumbled Sentences The sentences given in each question. when properly sequenced. that previously would have been accepted in the past Answer : C 6. for most of the soil-bound peasants the problem is not whether to be normally passive or active. From the choices that follow. However. . the attitude of the peasantry may well be different. they would have accepted gratefully in the past c. the one day symposium on Art was cancelled because for lack of interest a.d. Clear Answer : A Topic : Vocabulary Each sentence that follows has a section marked in bold followed by four answer options. it would in the past have accepted gratefully d. 5.
EACBD 4. He acknowledges too "in fact he returns to the point often " that best translators of poetry always fail at some level. ADEBC 3.DBCA 4 . d . d. destroying the fortunes of many. if not the housing complexes. Hofman feels passionately about his work. CABD 2 . is the hallmark of changing times. EDBAC 4. b. Nor has corporate America ever been shaken by such an array of scandals. 1.Some say Wall Street is a crooked thoroughfare that begins at a churning river and ends in an old graveyard. ABCDE Answer: 4 8. b. In terms of the gap between worth and rewards. 1CBAD . There has not been a time in recent memory. It is a fitting metaphor for 2002. c. Even those Uzbeks with no nostalgia for the old communist order appear to be proud of the public transport system in Tashkent. the third year of a grizzly bear market. translators come somewhere near nurses and street-cleaners. when the stock market has been so violently rocked. a poet and translator. The Russian and Uzbeki languages are in vogue here. a. but Uzbek nationalism. DCEAB Answer : 1 9. accepts this sorry fact without approval or complaint. and this is clear from his writings. Michael Hofman.CADB 3. BEDAC 2. d. a. discernable at the airport itself. a. A soft touch down at the Tashkent international airport marked the beginning of an encounter with post-Soviet Central Asia. b.DCBA Answer : 3 10. c. The broad roads. EACDB 2.1. e. the elegant trams and buses and the ubiquitous housing complexes characterise the place. 1. c. CDABE 3. But thanklessness and impossibility do not daunt him.
2 CBDA 3 ACBD 4 BDCA Answer : 1 .