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1. -$-MS -PMS {--_-]l--$?


1) -{*-
2) --f-
3) -yl*-
4) OlV>-s-P
2. A----MS C ]l$_ -^l-]l?
1) >---M>--]l- > {]l--]l-Z MSVS >- -]l*-$
2) --S > -{-]l--]l-Z MSVS ]l*$
3) -{-]l--]l-Z Hl- ]l*$
4) A-]l$--]l > {]l--]l-Z MSVS -# >-l- ]l*$
3. Al-Y-l {- l-MS _-?
1) -{-]l--]l-]l$ ${^l t-Ol$-]l -Y-l M>-M>-$
2) A-MS -Y-l {---
3) A---- -- ]l$--
4) -]lMS {]l--]l-MS$ t-Ol$-]l- -Y-l $-]l*-]l --MS--]l-yl
4. ->--MS$ -_- MS -M>-Z --M>--?
1) --S --- G ^-Z ]l-~-$
2) S-- -u> MS{-MS---, -]l$ *_-$
3) S- A--]l ---]l$ ]l~-$
4) S -$-$ ^l$-M]l VS]l*-- *_-$.
5. u->- ]l*Y-l--MS-l& ]l$-{l- M>--{MS-]l$ {*-f-]l l- ]l]l--$?
1) -]l--- ]l$--$
2) -----$-MS ]l$--$
3) ---$- M>-
4) -]l-MS-VS-l ]l$-$
6. -l -l---$]l -$-$-]l ]ly l-VS--Z E----yl$ l--r A]l$MS* OlQ--
-^lyMS {l--^l A]l$-Ol-]l -->- MS-W^--]l$-MS$s-yl$. D ->- --^lylZ E---yl-MS MS--sZ JMS ]lN -G-MS$P-]l-V> yl-yl A]l-M>- E?
1) ---$--MS$ A-MS l-]l -M>- --]l$ E-s^l-yl
2) -$- -l-]l-]l$ l$$--VS$--ayMS ]l -#-]l----]l$ E-*-W^l-yl
3) A-MS --l-]l {]l*---MS$ --$ lV> -$-- - VS-yl-yl
4) --$- {VS-, A--MS$-$-V> -VS ]l$--l-]l$ -MSP^l-yl
7. -]l*s-- {M>- M>- ]l*>Y-, A-l--]l-]l H>-r$-]l$ a-^l?
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1) -]l$-]l-$
2) ---
3) ]l-*-f-]l$-$
4) -B-l
8. --]l# M>- l?
1) -A-ylzV> Er$
2) --$-]l#-V> Er$
3) -{-VS$-MS-MS-^l--
4) --@- ---]l-QV>, $- l*-V> Er$.
9. 2009 --MS$P -^l-rt {M>- -$--MS$ ]l$-MS*-a-]l----?
1) ---$-MS E----yl$
2) ---$-$ M-]l E---yl$
3) --S- -]l E---yl$
4) -G-]l-O AS->-$-yl$
10. MS ---Z $l ]l$-$]l -$ $-MS M>-O A]l$-MS*-
{---]l ^l$yMS GMS$P-]l A]l-M>- E]l E--$ ]lN?
1) -$--MS$ l-VS- MS- ]l$-$Z --]l$ ^le-V> ]lMS -^l A]l-M>->--]l$
MS-W^l-yl
2) --M>- ]l-l$ V> s-l-l - MS--]l$ E--s^l-yl
3) -$ >- N-l-Ol$-]l MS-$ ^l$yMS -$--MS$ {---
A^lyl
4) ---$- $-MS-l, E--$ $-MS-l l-VS- MS- -]l$-l ]l$-l$--l-]l$ H--^lyl
11. ^-]l--MS$ ]l*]l-]l -S--$ Al-MS f]l$-]l#-$ -MS-- -^l$yl > H--yl-. H]l$s$?
1) -{M-l*-gZ-]l-$
2) --$-f-]l-l
3) A-{--]l-MS
4) -{--]l-MS
12. {fq- -^l-]lZ VS- M>-?
1) --f--l-MSV> Eyl-VS--VS ]l$-
2) ]l]l-$---]l$ ]l$-V> E-*-W^l-VS-VS ]l$-
3) A]l$-VS$-- ]l$-
4) -]l$----]l$ -P-^l VSVS ]l$-
13. NCF-2005 {M>-- B-VS---- Z-l--l-- --^lyl?
1) $--l
2) -BVS ]l*{l-l$
3) -H-MS-- l-
4) --- l
14. $]l]l B l?
1) OW-MS --MS -- --$-VS$-l-, -l- ]l*$-l-
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2) -MS- MSs $-$ yl-]l#-V> MS-_ u>-l$ $-VS$-l- --^l 1 ]l$_ 2 H


M>
3) M]l*- l ]l*---
4) -MS-Z MSs ]ll$ $--Z MS$-VS$l$
15. yl*- {M>- MS sZ {]l-- ]l]l--Z ]lQ- -M>---?
1) {--$-MS --l-]l
2) ---MS$- S--$
3) A]l$-MS-- {]l--]l -]l---$
4) ]l]l- S--$
16. "{--- B VSt-t OM>--i-' Al #-M>- __-]l $?
1) MSt MM- >
2) ]l*MS ]l-]l$-$-
3) M> $VS
4) K-V>VS&-M--
17. JMS {l-MS {]l--]l -#-]l->-]l-l M>MS$y $----^l ---]l----]l$ H]l$s$?
1) A]l$-MS*- -#-]l]l
2) {-MS*- #]l]l
3) M>--l-MS- l-]l-
4) -]l$-18. --$-Z G]l--OMS- JMS--MS A--]l OlMS- Es MS - MS{-MS-l *{-Z E---yl$ -VS-^?
1) A---]lZ E-]l Ol$-MS-MS -$
2) A--]l, ]l-l
3) g- q- l] >- 4) ]lN-l-MSBZ-^l-]l
19. -s- MSP ^l A--]l -- MS-W^l-yl > -$--MS$ A-]l$--MS*- Bl--]l-]l -^l$M]lylZ E----yl$ -$--y-^l$a?
1) -l-]l >--]l$ -^l -]l- #]l---]l
2) -$-MS -- ^l MSMSV> Eyl Zl- MS-$
3) Ol$-MS-MS {-VS-, ]l$-]l]l- _l-]l
4) JMS--- l-]l MS-VS -$-- A--^l A]l-M>->-$
20. *-g --gq--l-MS l {-]lV> l-MS _--?
1) --M>- fq--]l$ --^l- _MS--l-MS l-l$-$
2) gql{-$ ^l---l-MS M>---Z- ]l$--$
3) -VS --]l#--O ]l*-h-MS {^l {--]l
4) BZ-_^l -]l$->--]l-
21. #st-]l s-MS N--V> A-]l- ^ll gql{$?
1) - l]
2)
3) -MS-yl
4) ^l*#
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22. MS _-MS- l-l$Z {---]l-- ]l*$-]lMS$ E---?


1) Cl-$- {]l--]l-]l$ ]lMS -^l VSVS ^l$yl2) -C-l-$- {--]l--]l-]l$ ]lMS ]l*$ ^l$-VS-VS ^l$yl
3) $--r$-M>- {]l--]l-$, El-V>--]l$ ]lMS A]l-^l ^l$yl
4) l]l {]l--]l--]l$ ]lMS$-$ A-l-^l ^l$yl
23. M- Y {---_-]l H l-Z $-]l# ---MS -]l-l E-l- "VS-l-]l ^l$yl l-' A -^l-#---yl$?
1) ]l$_ -$-yl$ -- ]l$_ -MS Al Ol-MS-l (l- 3)
2) A-M>-, $-MS {MS]l*-, -s^l (l- 4)
3) S -l-$-l (l 1)
4) l---*-VS $Q--l- (l- 2)
24. ---Z #r$t-MS- -]l$ -B-j^l E-MS-- Er$l -MS--]l ^l-]l l MS?
1) ^-l$-P
2) OlV>-s P
3) MP
4) *-g
25. -{-g q-- VS]l- --?
1) -#-$-$- ]l$l VS-r$-Z l-y--]l$ l$--#-l$
2) 100 l$--l u>-l$-V> yl--l$
3) $]l*-$ -- VSr BM>---
4) ^-]l$ 80&100 ]l$l Es-- l$--#-l$
26. E-----yl$ l]l l-VS- VSZ ---$- ]l$>- st - C^a-yl$. CMSP-yl E--yl$ -VS-_?
1) Ol$-MS-MS --$
2) l - l]
3) B-MS$-$
4) MS$r$ l-l
27. MS ]l$--gq-]l>{-- V>Z $--r$ ]l$-- s lMS$P-]l -Z VS ]l*]l--MS ]l$--]l$ >-_ lW-]l _-MS-l]l$ A--^l-?
1) -]l--]l$-l ]l$--gq-]l->-
2) {*-VS ]l$---gq-]l>--
3) M>-- ]l$--gq-]l->-
4) ]l${l- ]l$--gq-]l->-
28. --- ^l-?
1) st - -
2) --$
3) ->-]l$ A-
4) ^l--]l l->l O-]ll ]l$$ l$--MS$]lV> Eylr
29. -ba-N--l C^le, B-l {-]l-]l-O MS{-MS-^l E---VS-]l$?
1) -gq--l-MS ]l$--gq-]l >-
2) -]l*-]l-]l-l
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3) ]l$ ----
4) {]l-- l
30. -$-]l#--]l$ l- G-$-MS-MS$ $--yl-r-r$ {---$-MS l-]l- ^l>-$. -J-MS-l- B -]l# -l--
MS$l-$-]l$ ^l*- MS*y $--yll A?
1) E--]l& VS$^l$-r
2) E--]l& ---MS-^l$-r
3) E--]l &---MS--
4) E--]l& ^l-S-
31. "-V-l-$ MMS--' V> "--]l-' {-l-Ol$-]l?
1) MS MS--]l
2) M>]l MS--]l
3) MS- - l]
4) MS- MS--]l
32. "----'Z E, "l*---' Z l$
"]l$-]l$-l-'-Z- E, "]l$-]l$-M>-'-Z l$
"]l$]l-'-Z E, "]l*-r-'-Z l$
D yl$-# MSl-Z- MS- -$?
1) ]l$^l]l
2) l- l]
3) -]l$--]l
4) -MS-l-]l
33. {-`-]l- M>]l ---MS$ ls-MS {]l*-MSV> ^l MS-- {VSl?
1) A---MS--$-
2) B{l-- _--]l$- 3) MS--
4) {l MS---
34. "--l -]l$--' Al VS-l > {VSl __--?
1) -{--VS$-#-yl$
2) M-{*-MS
3) P->-^-$-yl$
4) ]l$--$-yl$
35. "- MSu$ M--W-_ r$tM ]l-^la-l-]l$-' D M> -]l-]l-- ---Z >?
1) MSu>- MW-^l$-M-- r$t-M- ]l-]l$
2) MSu$ --]l-l- r$t-M- ]l-]l$
3) MSu$ M--W--_ r$t-M-]l-]l$
4) MSu]l MW-_ r$-t-M- ]l^la-l-]l$
36. lr-V>-yl$ hMS-]l$ ^l*>-yl$. Al-yl$ M-st-yl$. D M>--]l$ MS- JMS -MSV>
>?
1) lr-V>-yl$ -h-MS-]l$ -^l*- Al-yl$ Mst-yl$.
2) lr-V>-yl$ hMS-]l$ ^l*- Al-yl$ - -M-st-yl$
3) lr-V>-yl$ hMS-]l$ ^l*->-yl$ - Mst-yl$
4) lr--V>-yl$ hMS-]l$ ^l*- Msz-yl$
37. B]ll -MS B-MS $^l->-yl$. D -MSZ- {MS$-]l$ --P-- Z--MS ]l*a >?
1) B]ll -MS B-MS $ ^l$--l$
2) B]ll -MS B-MS $ -^l-$-yl$
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3) B]ll --MS BMS $ ^l-$--yl$


4) B]ll -MS B-MS $ ^l-yl$
38. "B-$-' A-l-]l*-r JMS--yl$ D -A-Z yl$?
1) $-l] #
2)
3) >
4) l
39. -"-V--' - $-]l-^l-]l * Vl$-$. D $-]l-^l-]l *- HylsMS V --- _]l ]l>~MS ]l_a-]l E---MS?
1) s
2) E
3)
4) C
40. "--MS- {$W-]l l-VS-yl$-' D --l$-l-Z "MS--' As?
1) ^l-
2) l3) H]l$-VS$
4) `yl-#-$--VS$
41. A-]ll MS-]l$, *$Y- >-]l$-MS-~->-]l# V> "MS--{l-]l-' D MSZ "MS--{l-]l-' Al --?
1) Zl-MS
2) { VS3) # -VS
4) #$--Z-l-MS
42. "-l$-Y-]l-' Al --MS -]l#-l-l--?
1) {*-- l-l-W
2) ^lr$ ^l]l$- B-]l-^l-
3) MS-]l l$-VS-l-W-]l-
4) l$Y-- l-g
MS >--]l$ ^ll- 43 ]l$_ 48 {--MS$ O-]l ]l*---$ VS$^lyl.
yl$-MS-- B-]l--MS-l VS$_ A El ]l$*Z ll--]l-y--MS $]l*-$ JMS l->- ]ll-, MS--$-P v-MS-Z VS$-g-yl -MS VSst {---MS-]l$ l>-$. y MS*$ v-MS -Z- B
El-]l$ f-*- (MS--$-P l$-VS$ ---l ^l--{l-Z ]l$-l- $r-]l-V> l$-- ly- -) ]l-^-$. {V>-MS --l$-- -----Z, Wyl$--VS$ >-]l$-]l--- MS-- {-MS-Z, Z, ]l${-$ ----$Z l-]l-]l-MS-$-V> -]l$-VS$--*-$. >-->-$--V>, F-MS--$-V> E]l C-]l-- A--r$-]l$, yl-l-- ]l*-]l--MS$ Al$--rt- {V>--MS - A-r$-]l$ $-VS$--- l----]l*, Al-Ol$-]l ^l-]l---]l*- l$---$-V> --*-_ ]l*l-]l
---]l$ ^-$.
VS$-g-yl B>-r-]l$ -]l$_- ^l-yl M, D$-]l$---yl-]l#-yl ]l$]l$-$--M-, ]l$]l$-$$ D$-]l$r* Es l G -VS$yl$-l$l- B$-]l Ayl$-VS$-l$--$. l VS$ys, Cr$-]ls ]l$]l$-$-$ $Q--y-, VS$--y-, A-l$-M-, El-- _ --l- $MS$MS$ l$-$-V>, l- $-MS$-$ l-Z -.
43. "--v-MS' As?
1) {VS--MS l-l-sZ- > MS ^l-{l
2) {VS--MS l-l-sZ u-MS$- A- {-*-$ l$-#-l* > A
3) {VS--MS ll-sZ -#--r$t N-l->-$ l$-#-l* > ]l--
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4) {VS--MS ll-sZ C^la MSv-]l - A>- -st-MS


44. "l--]l-]l-MS-$-' Al g-$ D AZ yl$l$$?
1) l]l MS -$-$-]l-r$
2) l]l -MS MS$y
3) l]l l -]l-]l$-VS$-]l-r$
4) l]l -MS-MS lMS$P-]l
45. "-MS--$-P' r-MS --^l--l?
1) VS$-g-yl A->-]l#
2) _-MS-]l$- MS-]l--
3) MS-l$-MS*- --VS
4) Wyl$-VS$ >]l$-]l-
46. -"-C--]l-l-' As?
1)
2) O
3) {l
4) -$
47. VS$--g-yl l- $-MS$--]l$ lZ --]lylZ El?
1) l- VS$--yl-s--MS
2) l- V-]l$ l-$-g-$-y--MS
3) l----]l$ l^l-y--MS
4) l- VS$--yl-s--MS
48. yl-l ]l*-]l$--MS$ Al$--rt-- -?
1) ]l*yl- M- S
2) {]l*- M- S
3) yl$-MS
4) {V>-MS
MS - ^l 49 ]l$_ 54]l {- ]l-MS$ O]l ]l*----]l$ VS$^l-yl.
MS$P VS$--y : l- ZMS-]l MS--$-V>
- $l ]l-]l-]l --l M>-l$-- lS$--Oyl
$l$-yl-^l$-a ---]l#-]l$ ]l$ h _-]l VSY-MS$yl-l
--$- MS---]l-$: -- MS$----*-.
49. MS A-l --MS A?
1) l-
2) -l*--S
3) M--MS
4)---l
50. C- H ]ll l?
1) ]l$-l--
2) >*-
3) El--]l*-- 4) ^l-MS-]l*-
51. " $l -]l-]l-]l' Al l VS--Z "$-l-' G]l-$?
1) - - -
2) VSVS
3) MS
4) l
52. " $l$yl-^l$a -]l#-]l$-'MS G]l--]l$-l-_ ^l-$l$-yl$?
1) D-$-yl$
2) }>-]l-yl$
3) -{--
4) ]l$]l-l$-yl$
53. O l-MS l ^l--l?
1) l]l$-]l
2) V-]l3) -l*-j-s
4) l-]l
54. "D---]l-$' yl-- >?
1) D-l +A---]l-$
2) D-l + A-]l-$
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3) D--+ A]l-$
4) D-l + B]l-$
55. "-MS-- A--]l ---$-' lt-Z E^l$-M- --]l# ^l ]lMS-]l?
1) l-
2) ---t-MS--
3) >-l -MS
4) ]l$-->--l
56. {---S E-MS----]l$ E-*--W_ Z^l -l-Z ]l# -E--*-W-^l E--MS---$?
1) l$-$-# Art-$
2) $ ]l$-$
3) b- * _{-$
4) ]lVS _{-$
57. ]lQ ${lZ l #st O-V>--]l$ H ]l$s-$?
1) {$-l
2) h
3) l]
4) MS-
58. J-MSP- -VS$--MSP-Z JMS-- A-]llV> E--^la-^l-VS-VS l ]l--*- H ]l$s-$?
1) #-VS-]l$-]l --\-$ --$-
2) -VS-]l$-]l --\-$ --$-
3) ]l$]l-$-
4) -h-
59. -$- N-~-]l-]l$-- A-]l- -^l--?
1) -- {-----MS
2) -MS {---MS
3) -u {-M- S
4) --u {-----MS
60. -*-f-]l l-- C MS*y $--$?
1) MS- - l-
2) ^l>a - l -
3) ]l*s-- l-
4) yt-l l-

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61. You are not going out today---? Complete the sentence with the right
question tog.
1) aren't you
2) are you
3) don't you
4) do you
62. She saw me. The negative form of the sentence is--1) She don't see me
2) She is not seen me
3) She doesn't see me
4) She didn't see me
63. Choose the appropriate question to get the reply. I am from Delhi.
1) Where you are from?
2) Where are you from?
3) Where do you from?
4) From where do you come?
64. There is a small park---- the top of the hill. Fill in the blank with the
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correct preposition
1) at
2) to
3) on
4) in
65. Abdulla has bought a story book. The part of speech of the underlined
word is?
1) an adverb
2) a verb
3) a noun
4) an adjective
66. Bittu said to himself. ' I am going to obey my parents.' He realized the
importance of --- parents and started doing things at the right time. Fill in
the blank choosing the suitable word.
1) obedient
2) disobeying
3) obeying
4) obedience
67. Wheat and rice are mere grass seeds. The word 'mere' means?
1) cheap
2) only
3) best
4) costly
68. It was warm, so I --- my coat (take) Fill in the blank with the correct
form of the word given in the bracket.
1) have taken
2) am taking
3) took
4) was taking
69. The hotel was surprisingly cheap. I expected it to be--- (expensive).
(Complete the sentence choosing the suitable alternative)
1) the most expensive
2) so expensive
3) most expensive
4) more expensive
70. 'The heading' in writing a letter includes?
1) the greeting
2) the writer's address
3) the address of the person to whom you are writing
4) the writer's address and the date
71. You can borrow the money---Complete the sentence choosing the
correct answer.
1) however you pay it back as soon as possible
2) while you pay it back as soon as possible
3) If you pay it back as soon as possible
4) unless you pay it back as soon as possible
72. For / I've caused/ I 'm sorry/ any trouble. Identify the correct order of
the words to make a meaningful sentence.
1) I'm sorry I've caused for any trouble
2) I'm sorry for any trouble I've caused
3) I've caused trouble for I'm sorry
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4) I've caused trouble I'm sorry for any


73. Choose the word with the correct spelling
1) happenned
2) hapenned
3) happened
4) hapened
74. Identify the correct form of the adverb to fill in the blank.
I have told you --1) Twice
2) Many many times
3) one time
4) two times
75. Choose the set of words which are in the alphabetical order
1) Celebration, celebrity, center centimeter
2) Celebration, celebrity centimeter, center
3) Celebrity, centimeter celebration, center
4) Center, centimeter, celebrity celebration
(76-79): Fill in each of the numbered blanks in the following passage with
the most suitable word out of the alternative (below the passage) given
against each number.
A lion, an ass and a fox.........(76) ........ hunting and caught a deer.The ass
divided it.......... (77).........three equal parts. This........ (78)........the
lion,........ (79)......felt he was entitled to more than his partners. He rushed
at the ass and killed him.
76. 1) go
2) goes
3) went
4) gone
77. 1) in
2) to
3) with
4) into
78. 1) angered
2) overjoyed
3) confused
4) frightened
79. 1) which 2) who
3) when
4) where
(80-84): Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below
it.
one day, a woman approached Gandhi with a strange request. Her daughter
was excessively fond of sweets and she wanted Gandhi to persuade the girl
to reduce her intake.
'She won't listen to me. But she will listen to you' said the mother. Gandhi
patted the little girl on her cheek. smiled and asked her mother to come
back three weeks later.
Three weeks later, the woman came back with her little girl, Gandhi the
affectionate soul he was made her sit on his lap. He told her she should
listen to her mother and eat fewer sweets, as too many were bad for her
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health. The girl promised to cut down on sweets, The mother was relieved
and thanked Gandhi.
But why did not you tell this three weeks ago when I first brought her?
She asked curiously.
'I could n't explained Gandhi smiling
Three weeks ago I too was addicted to sweets'
80. The woman brought her daughter to Gandhi because
1) her daughter wangted to see Gandhi
2) She wanted her daughter to see Gandhi
3) Gandhi wanted to see her daughter.
4) her daughter would't listen to her but she would listen to Gandhi
81. One day, a woman approached Gandhi with a strange request. The
strange request was
1) to ask Gandhi to eat sweets
2) to help her stop eating sweets
3) to tell her daughter to reduce eating sweets
4) to tell her daughter to eat sweets
82. Gandhi asked the woman to come back three weeks later because
1) Gandhi was also addicted to sweets
2) Gandhi wanted to teach the woman a lesson
3) Gandhi wanted the girl to learn it by herself
4) Gandhi wanted to find the solution from somebody
83. Gandhi told the girl
1) to eat more sweets
2) not to eat any sweets
3) to eat fewer sweets
4) to be affectionate to her mother
84. The word 'approached' in this passage means
1) brought to
2) came to
3) told
4) asked
85. Tongue twisters can be used effectively to improve
1) vocabulary
2) pronunciation
3) spelling
4) grammar
86. A structural drill can be useful in remedying the frequently occuring
errors concerned with
1) vocabulary
2) Pronunciation of words
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87. One of the features of the 'Direct method' is
1) class room activities are carried out only in the target language
2) teaching of vocabulary items in the from of word lists
3) transalation of sentences of texts
4) use of mother tongue only by the teacher in the class room
88. The technique 'skimming' in silent reading means
1) reading the passage word by word
2) locating the keywords of the passage
3) reading the whole passage slowly to get the details of the passage
4) reading the whole passage rapidly to get the gist of the passage.
89. The test-item, 'matching of sentences with pictures' tests the
1) Writing skill
2) reading skill
3) listening skill
4) speaking skill
90. Identify the minimal pair
1) sip-sheep
2) put-but
3) seat-sheet
4) sip-ship

1
1
A= B
2
3

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91. 370, 514]l$ 10 ]l^la W^l VSt Q?


1) 14
2) 32
3) 72
4) 12
92. yl$ MS$yl $]l# 5 3/4 MS.{V>., sZ JMS MS$yl $]l# 2 1/4 MS.{V>. Il y MS$yl
$]l#. (MS.{V>.Z)?
1) 2 1/4
2) 3 1/2
3) 2 3/4
4) 3 1/4
93. 60, 165 Q VSt ]l*]l fMS?
1) 20
2) 15
3) 60
4) 165
94. yl$ {]l Q ]l$l l 2 Il B Q]l$ H]l$ $?
1) Q$
2) MS Q$
3) {]l Q$
4) MS]l {]l Q$

1 1
:
3 2

1)
2) 3:2
3) 2:3
4) 3:1
96. JMS ^ll${ Ol> 4 M>tl $f yl]l# ($rZ)?
1) 300
2) 400
3) 100
4) 200
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1) 0.45 2) 0.25
3) 0.45
4) 0.43
98. JMS rZ 3/8 ]ll$ M ^lr$, 1/8 ]ll$ ]l*$yl ^lr$ Es $W]l ^lr VS?
1) 4/8
2) 5/8
3) 2/8
4) 3/8
99. 6 MS.{V>. ]l*$yl yl l 84 Il 7 1/2 MS.{V>. ]l*$yl yl l (*.Z)?
1) 107
2) 106
3) 108
4) 105
100. ]l$ ]l$$ 15 H$. A]l$ ]l$$ 40 H$ Il ]l$$ ?
1) 3:8
2) 2:8
3) 8:3
4) 5:8
101. MS QZ AMS$ Q?
4) 5
1) 1.5
2) 1.5
3) 4
102. 2 = 1.414 Il 8 $]l?
1) 6.288
2) 8.148
3) 2.828
4) 2.238
103. JMS .^l. Ol> yl]l#$ ]l$V> 90 ^l..$, 15 .$. Il lyl$ (s
$rZ)?
1) 10
2) 5
3) 9
4) 6
104. MS$ R _{lZ l $]l$ H lV> *_$?
1) ]l$
2) {$g$
3) ^ll${$
4) ^ll${$
105. 36 ]l$ JMS 12 kZ ^l Al 9 ]l$ ^l$yMS st k$?
1) 48
2) 60
3) 24
4) 36
106. JMS RQyMS E]l l$ l$]l# Q?
1) 3
2) 4
3) 1
4) 2
107. 3, 7, 9, x Q$ A]l$lZ Es 'x' $]l?
1) 12
2) 63
3) 10
4) 21
108. yl$ QMS$ "1' l E]l$yl M>M>$ MSl B Q$?
1) MS Q$
2) Q$
3) MS]l {]l Q$
4) {]l Q$
109. MS sZ JMS N {]l$ *_^l M?
2) 0
3) 180
4) 360
1) 90
110. JMS ^ll${ Ol> 1225 ^l.$. Il ^l$r$tMl ($rZ)?
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1) 140
2) 200
3) 100
4) 120
111. MS$ R_{l >Z MS $ VS]lZMS $M$?
1) B Q
2) MS$ Ol>
3) lyl$
4) Gl$
112. JMS ]l$]l# M]l l 640, A$]l l 680 Il >l?
1) 5 1/4
2) 6 1/2
3) 7 1/4
4) 6 1/4
113. JMS M Ml 180 Il H]l$ $?
1) N~M
2) M
3) A M
4) AMS M
114. 1515 N~]lY M>]lyMS MS]l MSt l]l Q?
1) 7
2) 8
3) 5
4) 6
115. uZl]l M l*$ ^l]l Zl MS$ GMS$P]lV> H ]lZ E*W$?
1) #]l]l$
2) MS
3) $ MS
4) El
116. lls Al>j$ VSl J*y _]l l?
1) {h
2)
3) ]l*P
4) $l$*
117. "' Al S lMS ^l?
1) gqlMS VS
2) ElVS M> VS
3) l VS
4) ]l*]lMS ^llMS VS
118. VSl > H *MS _ M>l$?
1) ]l*MS
2) ]l~lMS
3) PMS
4)
119. "Efql' H $]lMS$ _?
1) {MS]l$S
2) PMS
3) ]l*hMS
4) MSlMS
120. MS sZ JMS tOl$]l r, ]l$ {l^lyMS E*W^l?
1) h*Zz
2) V Zz
3) ]l
4) l Zz
121. "CVS*']l$ GMSPyl ^l*y^l$a?
1) f
2) Iy
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3) l]l {l
4) M>$ Z$
122. Dl >$ r ]lW]l#yl$ ^l$. Gl$MSs?
2) s yl]l ]l
1) CO2 AMSV> $M]lyl
3) s AMSV> VSyl ]l
4) V> MS]lyl ]l
123. ^l]l$$/Fr$ Al?
1) *$ Zl$ Z s ]l]l$$
2) Gy$Z J*Z s ]l]l$$
3) lO MS$ VS$]l#]l Eyl s ]l]l$$
4) ]l>M>Z s {$
124. sZ A l fl$]l#?
1) Js
2) h>
3) H]l$VS$
4) $VS
125. yl $Z {X^ VS$y $ R?
2) 180
3) 0
4) 45
1) 90
126. 82 1/2 l*$ R lMS A $V> l$?
1)
2) M>MSyl
3) l
4) ]lO
127. >Og l*$ E]l {l
1) l$yl$
2) >f
3) >
4) g
128. {^lZ y All lVS]llOl$]l fl$]l#?
1) _$l#
2) MS~hMS
3) MS$l$
4) QylY]l$VS
129. l{]ll, ^$>g ]l]l]l$ *__]l MS$s?
1) ]l*Pl$ B$
2) f]l
3) l>$ l$
4) $>$
130. "' $?
1) llM># ]l$
2) llM> s JMS
3) JMS lVS ]lQ OM>M> 4) N ^{lMS VS# JMS MSOl$]l ]ll
131. HMS >MS E?
1) B$ l>g
2) MS$l$ $
3) ` *
4) ]l$# l*$
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132. "{l' $ lMS ^ll$?


1) kyf
2) Bll
3) ol]l$l
4) Og]l ]l$l
133. "^l{MS' Gyl$ MS]l$V$?
1) Z VS
2) l> VS
3) ]l]l VS
4) ]l$l VS
134. g$ _O Eyl "ll$]l f$l' H Z >>$?
1) Pl
2) {MSMS
3) {yl
4) l]lVS
135. UNO ]l*]l]l MS$P {MSr]l Bl*_]l l?
1) 12 AMt, 1949
2) 26 f]l]l, 1950
3) 10 yl, 1946
4) 10 yl, 1948
136. MS{l ]l*^ MS$]l]l$ $$^l$?
1) l >{t
2) ${M$t {]l $]l
3) l {]l]l${ 4) l$sZ l$gt t $$
137. JMS $yl$ JMS MS$yl]l$ l ]l$_ OMS *. Al MSlMSZ AlMS E*VSyl MS$?
1) gyl$ MS$
2) VS# MS$
3) ]l$ylll$ MS$
4) Wl MS$
138. l l$ylMS s>tM B]l$ E *W_ {l]l$ _MSl ^l$?
1) ]l M>r$
2) MS$MSP M>r$
3) MSrMS M>r$
4) l$ M>r$
139. l>MS _ "MS$r$' {l?
1) gMS, ]l*gMS ll VS $$V> ]l$ l$]l$ ^l$yl
2) l$O]l il M l]l, *]l]l$ H^lyl
3) ]l$ iMS l$]l$ ^l$yl
4) MS$ f${lOl$]l l]l$ MSW^lyl
140. 2008 JMZ A]l { Gl$Z V>$ lMS ^yl$?
1) O *sV
2) ^llVS
3) s
4) $]l#$ Glyl
141. "CMS' As?
1) BMS$ AMS
2) $, l AMS
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3) $ A]l$MS
4) # A]l$MS
142. B> E^l AMS$^lal ls MSMS ]l Hyl$l$?
1) MS{lMS, Ayl MS{lMS
2) $ MS{lMS, AylMS{lMS
3) $ MS{lMS, #$ MS{lMS 4) Ayl MS{lMS, #$ MS{lMS
143. ]l{l {l Ol$$ s ^ ?
1) iyl ]l*$yl, ^lMS$, M
2) As, BPy, s ^lr$
3) $VS$yl$, iyl ]l*$yl, BPy
4) $VS$yl$, $#, ^lMS$
144. JMS S MSZ MS$ M> s, yl$ O{yOMSy ${]l$ {]l
^la]lyl$ $ FVS$ZMS ]l*>. D ^l Z H E$ *_$?
1) Qf ]l$
2) r$$
3) M]l#$
4) ]l*MSl$$
145. "$]l]l'MS$ E?
1) VSylzg lMSPZ >VS P V> > f$VS$l$
2) i]lMS i >lMS, {MS*lMS {]l*
3) *$yl$ l*$]l Elyl$
4) >$ st 3 M>$
146. Z {]l ]l]l$ , * ]l$l l ]l MS$VS$l$. C
l ]l l?
1) A]l$$
2) A ]l$ ]lMS]l ^l$yl
3) Zl]l
4) {^lyl
147. $$ JMS gMS ^l]l yl$ lMSPZ >Z ly ]l$ _
M> H gq Z V> A]lV>]l ^l$MS$s$?
1) * >
2) Al> >
3) ^l{l
4) *V >
148. {l A]l$MS E?
1) { ]l*lMS ]l]l$
2) S{l r]l$
3) sf
4) {*VS> {*V>$
149. 5]l lVS $$ S{lr]lMS$ l M lMSP M]l$$, fl$ ]l#$, >$, ]l$st
]l]l]l$ l^a $. $ s u> {*VS >Z E^$. D Ol#?
1) VS$^lyl, $]l
2) ]ll*l$ ^l$yl, s$ X$yl
3) l^lyl, ^lyl
4) MS^lyl, {l^lyl
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150. Eyl$ 4]l lVS $MS$ s S ^ ^yl$. M


l^]l l stMS$?
1) >>$, $, >$, {]l*$, E {]l*$
2) $, >> MS, {]l*$
3) >$, $, >> MS, M>v]l
4) >$, {]l*$, $, M>v]l

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