You are on page 1of 17

INFOSYS TEST - II

Directions (Q. 01-06): In each question below is given a statement followed by two
courses of action numbered I and II. A course of action is a step or administrative
decision to be taken for improvement, follow-up or further action in regard to the
problem, policy etc. on the basis of the information given in the statement. You have
to assume everything in the statement to be true, then decide which of the two given
suggested courses of action logically follows for pursuing. Give answer.
1) If only I follows
4) if neither I nor II follows
1.

2) If only II follows

3) if either I or II follows

5) if both I and II follow

Statement: There are hundreds of villages in Maharashtra experiencing acute
shortage of drinking water. In these parts rains are likely to affect polling for Lok
Sabha seats next week. However, the question that now assumes urgency is whether
the rains will bring sufficient relief to these villages or not.
Courses of Action:
I. Elections in these villages should be postponed because of scarcity of drinking
water.
II. The Government of Maharashtra should periodically collect information about
the drinking water condition in these villages to provide relief if necessary.

2.

Statement: Last year most of the districts in Maharashtra were affected by floods
and the Government spent Rs.78 crores on relief work. This year also heavy rains
are expected later in the rainy season.
Courses of Action:
I. The Government of Maharashtra should begin to take precautionary measures
immediately.
II. People in flood-affected areas last year should be educated to prevent avoidable
losses.

3.

Statement: Last year most of the districts in Maharashtra were affected by floods
and the Government spent Rs.78 crores on relief work. This year also heavy rains
are expected later in the rainy season.
Courses of Action:
I. The Government should not spend such a huge amount on relief measures.
II. The government need not do anything on the basis of the prediction of heavy
rains during this season.

4.

Statement: "Every day eleven persons get killed or disabled while crossing the
railway lines. Since June 2000, fine for crossing the railway line is Rs.1000. Yet
several persons cross the railway lines" – A report of the Western Railway.

II. 2) Dit 3) Rit 4) Lit 5) None of these In a certain code language MEANING is written as NFHADLN. "Strong" arguments are those which are both important and directly related to the question. In certain code language 'Hit Bit Mit' means 'Git Rit Nit'. because it is an unnecessary burden on the wage earners. "Weak" arguments are those which are of minor importance and also may not be directly related to the question or may be related to a trivial aspect of the question.Courses of Action: I. 'Sit Pit Mit' means 'Lit Git Tit' and 'Fit Zit Pit' means 'Dit Vit Tit'. it is desirable to be able to distinguish between "Strong" arguments and "Weak" arguments insofar as they are related to the questions. Instructions: Each question below is followed by two arguments I and II. 5. . This report should be given wide publicity periodically in mass media to appeal to the better sense of human being. because such strikes disrupt the normal life. How is RELATED written in that code language? 1) EESAKSE 2) EQKASCE 4) ECSAKQE 5) None of these 3) QDKASDC Directions (Q. 8. because it is the democratic right of the people. 07-10): In making decisions about important questions. Yes. Give answer 1): if only argument I is 'Strong' Give answer 2): if only argument II is 'Strong'. Give answer 5): if both I and II are 'Strong'. What does 'Sit' stand for in that code language? 1) Vit 6. Give answer 3): if either I or II is 'Strong' Give answer 4): if neither I nor II is 'Strong'. Should strikes be banned in essential services? Arguments: I. Activity of collecting information about such events should be stopped. II. No. and WRITTEN is written as TMDIQVT. 7. Yes. In India should income tax be abolished? Arguments: I. You have to decide which of the arguments is a "Strong" argument and which is a "Weak" argument.

II.11-15): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. because it is a good source of revenue. which is fdive more than what Shailesh has and two less than what Animesh has. 9. No. because full freedom to press will create problems. 3) if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question. because with the help of physical force one can conquer all. Is the pen mightier than the sword? Arguments: I. J airlines is better than C airlines but not as good as B which is better than S airlines. 2) if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question. while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question. No. Directions (Q. while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question. 11. How many toys does Ankit have? I. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. II. 10. Which of the five airlines A. 12. 13. A airlines and C airlines but not as good as B airlines. 4) if the data in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question. 5) if the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question. J airlines is better than S airlines. Read both the statements and give answer. No. II. J and S is the best? I. because writers influence the thinking of the people. Ankit has three toys more than what Animesh has. B. Yes. The coral island is towards which direction from city S? . Mangesh has seven toys. II. C. II. Should the press in India be given full freedom? Arguments: I. because only then people will become politically enlightened. 1) if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question. Yes.

e. He again turned towards his right and walked another 50 m. k. In a row of 36 pupils. A told B that C is his father's nephew. d. He walked a distance of 5 metres and turned towards his right and walked 50 m. In a row of 36 pupils. In the same way which of the following is related to 'Language'? 1) Story 2) Script 4) Verses 5) None of these 3) Dialect In a certain code language 'A' is called 'b'. 18. 19. Then he turned towards his right and walked 30 m. the first boy is followed by one girl. II. I and u 2) z. 15. 145m 2) South-West. What is the number of girls in the second half of the row? I.I. 10 29m 4) South-West. the third boy by three girls and so on. 20. How is D related to C? I. Which is the one that does not belong to the group? 1) 729 2) 64 4) 15625 5) 21952 3) 4096 'Sea' is related to 'Ocean' in a particular way. Then he turned towards his left and walked 20 m. 5 145m 5) None of these Pointing towards a woman in the photograph. there are 8 boys and 28 girls. j. f. 10 29m 3) North-East. 16. n and t 4) c. Then which of the following represents the five vowels written in that code language? 1) a. 5 17. 14. In which direction and at what distance (shortest) is he in relation to his starting point? 1) South. II. the second boy is followed by two girls. 'B' is called 'c'. II. Rajiv started walking towards East. … and Z is called 'a'. h. Vicky says. "She is the youngest sister of the youngest son of my grandfather w is the man in the photograph related to Vicky? 1) Aunt 2) Mother 4) Either mother or aunt 5) None of these 3) Sister Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. 'C' is called 'd'. g. p and v . D is A's cousin but not brother of C. The musical fountain is to the West of City S and to the South of coral island. Again he turned to his left and walked 50 m more. The museum is to the North of City S and to the East of coral island. q and w 5) None of these 3) b.

Conclusions: I. 26. 1) V 24.21. All well-wishers are selfish. Statements: a.26-30): In each question below are given three statements followed by four conclusions numbered I. disregarding commonly known facts. How many students are there between Chandan and Tanmay? 1) 26 22. using each letter only once. All neighbours are selfish. II. 2) 16 2) O 3) X 4) Y 5) Z In a certain code language 'LOVE' is written as 'IBUF'. 'FRIEND' is written as 'FOFNZ'. II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. All friends are well-wishers. give 'Y' as your answer. what will be the first letter of that word? If no such word can be formed. b. 3) 17 If the letters in the word 'UNMISTAKABLE' are rearranged in alphabetical order. which letter will be third to the right of third letter from the left end? 1) K 23. 25. if two such words can be formed. 4) 15 5) None these of 2) L 3) T 4) A 5) None these of If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the first. give 'X' as your answer. the sixth and the tenth letters of the word VIRTUOUSNESS. c. All neighbours are friends. the fourth. III and IV. In a row of students Chandan is 24 th from the right end whereas Tanmay is 20th from the left end. What does 'ota' stand for in that code language? 1) him 2) they 4) Data inadequate 5) None of these 3) Either him or they Directions (Q. and if more than two such words can be formed give 'Z' as the answer. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements. the third. III. When Chandan and Tanmay interchange their positions Chandan becomes 7th from the right end. All selfish are neighbours. How is NIGHT written in that code language? 1) CZX 2) EBZ 4) KEBZ 5) None of these 3) EBZE In a certain code 'ali koli gali itor ato' means 'are you happy with me' and 'ali koli roti ato ata' means 'they are happy with him'.All well-wishers are neighbours 1) Only I follows 2) Only III follows 3) Only I and III follow .

All lions are birds. III and IV follow 4) All follow 5) None of these 30. Some doors are not windows. III. III and IV follow 3) Only I. . All windows are doors Conclusions: I. All pots are vans. c. c. Some cars are scooters. No buses are scooters. Statements: a. II. Some guns are not fans. IV.Some ships are scooters. IV. Some cars are ships. Most doors are gates. III and IV follow 2) Only II. III. III and IV follow 2) Only either I or II and III follow 3) Only either I or II and IV follow 4) Only III and IV follow 5) None of these 28.All pots are fans. All buses are cars. III. b. Statements: a. Some goats are lions. No gates are windows. b. b. Some guns are pots. IV. c. All guns are fans. Conclusions: I. Some guns are vans. II. Some gates are not windows. Some gates are doors. 5) None of these Statements: a. or II. All vans are fans Conclusions: I. b. Statements: a. II. 1) Only either I. All doors are windows.4) All follow 27. Some birds are animals c. 1) Only either I or II. All goats are animals Conclusions: I. Some buses are scooters. Some ships are buses. 1) Only either I or II and III follow 2) Only either I or II and IV follow 3) Only either I or II follows 4) All follow 5) None of these 29.

N@L. IV. 'P $ Q' means 'P is not smaller than Q'. $. Some lions are animals. Q L II. RZ. L$E.II. if only conclusion II is true if either conclusion I or II is true. F$P Conclusions: I. Statements: M$A. 35. S$Z. Z#X II. Find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true. N O. II and III follow 5) None of these Directions (Q. 34. KE II. Now. AP II. RZ Statements: E#M. QN. 'P  Q' means 'P is not greater than Q'/ 'P  Q' means 'P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q'. A@O II. 32.Some birds are goats. J@T. M$T Conclusions: I. 1) None follows 2) Only either I or IV follows 3) All follow 4) Only I. assuming the given statements to be true. @ and # are used with the following meaning as illustrated below: 'P @ Q' means is neither greater than nor equal to Q'. M K. Give answer 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 31. P J. No goats are lions. if both conclusions I and II are true. F$A Statements: T R. K#E . 'P # Q' means 'P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q'. X S Conclusions: I. in each of the following questions. PO Conclusions: I. MP Statements: F$Q. if neither conclusion I nor II is true. L G Conclusions: I. III. N@A. if only conclusion I is true.31-35): In the following questions the symbols  . Q$L Statements: A$T. 33.

Which of the following does not mean 'K is the cousin of L'? (a) M+K÷N#Z-TL (b) M+K÷NZ+T#L (c) M+X+K×T-G#L 1) Only (a) 2) Only (b) 3) Only (c) 4) only (a) and (b) 5. 39-40): Study the following statements carefully and answer the questions following it. (iv) and (v) 3) Only (ii) and (iii) 5) All are necessary Directions (Q. 'P+Q' means 'P is the father of Q'. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. 'P×Q' means 'P is the son of Q'. . ??? 1) 324 2) 465 3) 456 4) 546 5) None of these Directions (Q. 'PQ' means 'Q is the brother of P'. 36-38): Answer these questions referring to the symbol-letternumber sequence given below: D1 JIEH  L$ 3A2  FG  N4B5  M666L7£98CP 36.Directions (Q. . 132. 'P-Q' means 'P is the mother of Q'.. EHL. (iii). 'P#Q' means 'Q is the sister of P'. 2) 4 3)  4) $ 5) None of these How many numbers are there in the sequence which are immediately preceded by a letter and immediately followed by a symbol? 1) None 2) One 4) Three 5) More than three 3) Two What will come in place of the question mark (???)? DJI. (b) and (c) Which of the following statements is/are superfluous to answer the above question? 1) Only (iv) and (v) 2) Only either (iii) or (ii) 4) Only (ii). All (a). (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) 39.41-45): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. 38. Read both the statements and give answer. If the positions of the symbols and the numbers in the sequence remain unchanged and the positions of the letters in the sequence are reversed then which of the following letter/number/symbol is fifteenth to the right of the twenty-ninth letter/number/symbol from the right? 1) N 37. 'P÷Q' means 'P is the daughter of Q'. 40.

How many seats have been won by the party XYZ in the Loksabha election held recently? I. 2) if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.1) if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question. Only the road C is between B and F. out of those 10. "You must reach home within five days from the date of receiving the letter". Which road lies in the mid among all the five roads. 43. C is the tallest. 44. while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question. out of those B is the shortest. Only the road D is between A and F. 41. The year was a leap yearl 45. . A and B are sisters of D. 42. the number of seats won by the party XYZ is more than 102 and less than 107. 3) if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question. B. What is the exact date before which 'B' should reach home? I. II. II. the number of seats won by the party XYZ is more than 100 but less than 104. II. C. while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question. 100 people formed a 10-row-by-10 column matrix. B and C are two persons who are also part of these 100 people. B's father is X who has only one son. I. If we select the tallest person from each column. 5) if the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question. Who among B and C is taller? I. The letter was received on 23rd February. II. – A wrote to B. D and F are five parallel roads joining two cities X and Y. there will be 10 selected. How many daughters does 'X' have? I. II. According to a reliable news channel. A. According to another reliable news channel. 4) if the data in both statements I and II even together are not sufficient to answer the question. If we select the shortest person from each row. there will be 10 selected. a city which is towards the east of the city X.

80 3) 7.Directions (Q.55 2) 7.46-50) : Study the following table carefully and answer accordingly.25 lakh tons 2) 132.2 lakh tons 5) None of these 3) 130. Foodgrains production in a country in 2002 (in lakh tons) 46.77 Total rice production of the country is how much more/less than the total wheat production? 1) 86 lakh tons more 2) 76 lakh tons more 4) 86 lakh tons less 5) None of these 3) 76 lakh tons less Which state had the highest barley production in the year 2002? 1) G 2) C 3) B 4) A 5) None of these . State Rice Pulse Wheat Barley Maize Others A 120 25 40 18 27 15 B 75 20 45 20 24 12 C 54 24 60 24 28 20 D 72 30 42 25 21 30 E 48 18 90 12 30 25 F 25 20 120 15 36 18 G 42 24 125 20 18 24 What was the ratio of pulse production to maize production in the country? 1) 23:22 2) 23:26 4) 7:9 5) None of these 3) 7:8 If the production of wheat in state 'F' increases 5% every year. then the area (approx) under maize cultivation during that year was (in lakh hectares) 1) 7.66 4) Can't be determined 5) 7. 50. 49.2 lakh tons If the average yield per hectare of maize in the country was 24 tons. 48.3 lakh tons 4) 132. 47. what would be its estimated wheat production in 2004? 1) 128.

1) Private tutorials pose a /2) hazard before the importance /3) of school or college education /4) in our society. The number of that part is the answer.01-05): Give one-word substitute for the following questions from the options given below them. A person who is very fond of sensuous enjoyment 1) Epicurean 2) Devilish 4) Primitive 5) None of these 3) Bohemian One who has knowledge of everything 1) Astrologer 2) Scholar 4) Omniscient 5) None of these 3) Wizard To come to a foreign country as a settler 1) Diplomat 2) Immigrate 4) Ambassador 5) None of these 3) Emigrate That which cannot be satisfied 1) Greed 2) Unsatisfactory 4) inadequate 5) None of these 3) Insatiable A man who is difficult to please 1) Fastidious 2) Stubborn 3) Unruly 4) Insidious 5) None of these Directions (Q. 02. 1) The prisoners were set /2) at liberty when the /3) judge ordered so /4) after hearing the case. None of these. /5) No error 08. no doctor on earth /4) can save him. /5) No error 09. /5) No error. 05.06-10): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. /5) No error 10.ENGLISH Directions (Q. If there is no error. 1) Unless he does not give up /2) the habit of /3) smoking. 1) It is common knowledge /2) that there has been /3) wide deforestation /4) in these years recently. 01. 03. . If none of the four given options are correct then give 5). if any). as your answer. 06. /5) No error 07. the answer is 5). 1) At times when the /2) national security is in peril /3) then the media acts /4) as a guide to the government. will be in one part of the sentence. if any. 04. (Ignore the errors of punctuation. The error.

1) held. across 4) prevalent. 12. sorted 3) contain. interests 3) stretch. assemble Nobody has counted the total number of fairs and festivals ______ all ______ the country. task 3) Eradication. Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make it meaningfully complete. 17. faith The highest court of this country has always gone out to ________ the ________ of the citizenry. concern 4) uprooting.11-20): In each of the following sentences there are two blank spaces. 16. autonomy 4) maintain. hope 5) uphold. 1) expedite. settled It is time to ________ ongoing programmes and ________ new horizons. modern 3) serve. opportunities 4) selects. latest The Indian economy is fast opening up and ________ numerous ________ for foreign business to come to India. side 5) practiced. possibility 3) opens. popular 5) compete. effect 2) Management. 14. mediums 5) meets. 13. awareness 5) supervise. avail 3) justify. tackled 4) manage. 1) cater. defined 5) negotiate. rights ________ of illiteracy from a nation that is set to become the most populated in the world is by no ______ easy.Directions (Q. along 2) enjoyed. explanding 2) meet. controlled 2) enable. seek 5) evaluate. required 4) suffice. method 5) Capturing. channel . 1) Dealing. 18. 3). 1) create. over 3) celebrated. define 2) consider. 2). 1) allocate. credibility 2) energise. Below each sentence there are five pairs of words denoted by numbers 1). speed 3) empower. issues 2) deliver. 4) and 5). but they ______ to the ever ______ international market. 1) drive. 1) govern. 15. ways 2) provides. 11. Autonomy in investigation and prosecution would ________ judicial disposals and restore ________ in the rule of law. through Today many crafts are still made by Indian craftsmen in the traditional way. means This approach would ________ the enormous illiteracy problem to be ______ in a holistic manner. justice 4) derive. think 4) assess.

they were due to global causes. After India's independence. a very interesting economic complementarity and an active collaboration in sectors that span from the traditional to the most advanced. both nations play a fundamental role in their respective continents. Sanskrit has been the mother of all ancient languages and the discovery of zero comes from the Indian subcontinent. Two dynamic societies open to the world and friends with the world. sophisticated 5) amusing.19. 21-27): Read the following passage carefully and answer the question given below it. Two nations geographically distant but brought closer by a whole host of shared values. which had economic repercussions affecting all of India's partners. these relations have continued to be strong and it is not a coincidence that Italy was one of the first countries to welcome the launching of India's economic reforms in 1991. Italy and India strive for a world without borders and. if it recently underwent some difficult moments. every nation in the world owes something to India. demanding 4) alike. taste 4) places. politics and economy. 20. on the strength of their democratic credentials. 1) enchanting. they are coherent interpreters of the universal values on which the UN Charter is based. Politically. choices Modern India is home ______ to the tribal with his anachronistic lifestyle and to the ______ urban jet-setter. Faithful to their traditional alliance. . Two countries where tradition and progress coexist symbiotically without losing each its own basic character. Italy and India are two nations at once ancient and modern. In the last few years bilateral trade has continued to thrive and. The trade was often intense and it never ceased even in less favourable periods of the two countries' history. modern Directions (Q. Indo-Italian relations go back to the times of the Roman Empire. They are also inescapable points of reference of their respective continents in terms of culture. destination 2) reveal. Some of the major religions have spread from India across the world. deal 5) include options 3) usher. Italy and India have vast industrial capacities. class 3) fairly. Economically. advanced 2) generous. The ideals of peace and tolerance too have found in India interpreters and apostles who are still a source of inspiration for Europe. Certain words are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions. They are countries of growing influence thanks to the coherence of their political action and to their specific weight. which increases in time. such as the attack on the Twin Towers in New York. Leading international tour operators offer India tour packages that ______ a variety of ______ for a holiday 1) reflect. Culturally.

3) India is indebted to every nation in the world on the front of culture. every nation in the world owes something to India"? 1) India has preached about its culture in every nation in the world. 3) Both these countries have vast industrial capacities. 2) In India and Italy modernity gives space to tradition wherever required. 4) India and Italy are on the path of progress only due to their tradition. What does it mean that in India and Italy tradition and progress co-exist symbiotically? 1) In India and Italy old values and modernity both exist in harmony with each other. 4) India has given something to every nation on the front of culture. 2) Indian culture is the richest in the world. 3) In India and Italy tradition and modernity are no different from each other. 5) None of these 22. 4) India and Italy hold high economic potentials both in the field of trade and in that of investment. 21. 2) Italy was the first country to welcome the launching of India's economic . Which of the following is 'true' in the context of the passage? 1) Indo-Italian economic relations started just after India's independence. How can it be said that India and Italy are countries of growing influence? 1) Their economies are much stronger than those of most of the other countries. India. can have a promising economic future and it can grow to be in the coming decades one of the strongest economies in the world. 2) There are two dynamic societies open to the world and friends with the world. What point does the author want to emphasise by stating that "culturally. with a rate of growth among the highest in the world. If the business climate in India will continue to improve.Italy and India hold high economic potentials both in the field of trade and in that of investments. 5) None of these 24. Italian companies will be ready to seize the ensuing opportunities while Indian companies are already welcome to set up home in Italy. 5) None of these 23.

3) India's improving business climate. 2) India has a good economic growth rate. 3) Indian culture has been followed in Italy in its entirety. 4) India can emerge as one of the strongest economies on the global front. 2) India's economic growth rate which is among the highest in the world. INTENSE 1) Competitive 2) Challenging 4) beneficial 5) gaining THRIVE 3) strong . Give a suitable title to the passage? 1) Indo-Italian economic potentials 2) India and Italy – partners in progress 3) India and Italy – emerging of a world power 4) Indo-Italian culture and their influence 5) None of these Directions (Q. 4) India's growing bilateral trade with different countries. 4) India and Italy both support a borderless world. 29. 5) None of these 26. 5) None of these 25.reforms in 1991. 5) None of these 27. 33-35): Choose the word which is the same in meaning as the word given in bold as used in the passage. 3) While Italy is an ancient nation. 28. India is modern. What reflects the bright future of the Indian economy on the global stage? 1) success of India's economic reforms which was started in 1991. Which of the following is 'false' in the context of the passage? 1) India and Italy are countries maintaining healthy relations.

31. 34. 2) B-C 2) B-C 3) C-D A) Hurtle B) Rapt c) Ignominious D) Graceful 4) A-D 5) B-D 4) B-C 5) C-D 4) A-C 5) B-D .36-38): Choose the word which is opposite in meaning of the word given in bold as used in the passage. 32. Find the two words which are most nearly the same or opposite in meaning and indicate the number of the correct letter combination. DISTANT 1) remote 2) associated 4) adjacent 5) encircled 3) located FUNDAMENTAL 1) sarcastic 2) futile 4) unwarranted 5) superficial 3) mischievous COHERENCE 1) demerit 2) inconsistency 4) monopoly 5) divergence 3) misdeed Directions (Q. B) Estimate c) Expenditure D) Resource 2) B-D 3) A-B A) Quixotic B) Placid C) Din D) Tardy 1) A-B 37 3) C-D A) Outlay 1) A-C 36.30. 34-39): In each of the following questions four words are given. A) Enable B) Enclose C) Entice D) Empower 1) A-B 35. 1) flourish 2) swing 4) emerge 5) focus 3) combat POTENTIALS 1) future 2) position 4) advantages 5) capabilities 3) aspirations Directions (Q. of which two words are most nearly the same or opposite in meaning. 33.

it may not be wrong to join a new party but democratically. A number of new faces have also 92 in the political 93. 45. Politically. 3) C-D A) Impasse B) Evanescent C) Contiguity D) Transient 1) A-B 39. Their right to contest elections is 97 with 98 by the 99 and new 100 in the party. 1) distance 2) desertion 4) contest 5) election 1) pastime 2) occasion 4) division 5) device 1) circulated 2) developed 4) dictated 5) prolonged 1) context 2) brethren 4) thinktank 5) arena 1) sounded 2) outstanding 4) objectionable 5) intricate 1) conspire 2) aggravates 3) bargain 3) trial 3) entered 3) ideology 3) pallid 3) transgresses . each of which has been numbered. one of which fits the blank appropriately. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each five words are suggested. Find out the appropriate words. This is the most undemocratic practice followed by all the parties. 42. it is highly 94 as it 95 the basic right of the grass root workers who remained 96 to the party for decades. 40. 41. 43. On the eve of Elections 2004.1) A-B 38.40-45): In the following passage there are blanks. 2) B-C 2) B-C 3) C-D A) Envisage B) Rectify C) Diligent D) Industrious 1) A-B 2) B-C 3) C-D 4) A-D 5) B-D 4) A-C 5) B-D 4) A-C 5) B-D Directions (Q. 44. the 90 of prominent leaders from political parties have become a fashionable 91 now.