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Directions (1-10) : Pick out the most effective word from the given words to fill in the blanks to make the sentence meaningfully complete.
1. He has a _____ knowledge about ancient Indian scriptures.
(1) delectable (2) profound
(3) enriching (4) vociferous
(5) lamentable
2. Your allegation should be based on facts and not on _____.
(1) surmise (2) proofs
(3) projections (4) antipathy
(5) records
3. He spent whole of his life in _____ the miseries of the downtrodden people.
(1) destroying (2) absorbing
(3) advocating (4) avoiding
(5) mitigating
4. The _____ climate of our town will help recover his health.
(1) enchanting (2) prestigious
(3) salubrious (4) enriching
(5) proverbial
5. He has the _____ distinction of losing the election for the sixth consecutive term.
(1) reliable (2) manifest
(3) lamentable (4) dubious
(5) refreshing
6. His arguments in the court were so ______ that he shattered the evidence built by the opposition lawyer.
(1) diagnostic (2) voluminous
(3) penetrative (4) worldly
(5) durable
7. Facial expressions and body language, many times, do not display the _____ feelings of a man.
(1) covert (2) open
(3) outrageous (4) stringent
(5) popular
8. Dorab is a man of admirable taste and a great political _____
(1) appreciation (2) synthesis
(3) viability (4) distinction
(5) acumen
9. Countless books _____ the benefits of clear and accurate communication.
(1) extol (2) subscribe
(3) contribute (4) extend
(5) deploy
10. Nothing ever becomes real till it is experienced. Even a proverb is no proveb to you till your life has ___ it.
(1) projected (2) explained
(3) developed (4) illustrated
(5) proposed
Directions (11-15) : Each question is a set of 3 or 4 sentences which convey an idea. Of these, one or two is/are suppressed. To fill up the spaces of the suppressed sentence (s) two possible fillers denoted by (A) and (B) are given. Find out which one, two or none can fill up the space of the suppressed sentence (s) to make the paragraph meaningful and mark your answer accordingly.
Caution : While marking your answer please also consider the sequence of the sentences if both the sentences are required to fill up the spaces.

11. As far as aircraft maintenance procedures are concerned, they are rigorous. (_____). Such cases may endup in disastrous results, though exceptionally.
(A) All problems are immediately corrected on almost every occasion.
(B) Only due to urgency or want of aircraft for substitution, certain ones are overlooked.
(1) A and B (2) B and A
(3) A only (4) B only
(5) None of these
12. The interrogation lasted for about nine full working days. (_____). The judge observed that he was impressed with the outcome as the involvement of the accused in the crime was crystal clear.
(A) Hardly anything worth the name came out of such a marathon interrogation.
(B) The prosecution lawyer, though in vain, had relentlessly applied all his wit to expose the accused.
(1) A and B (2) B and A
(3) A only (4) B only
(5) None of these
13. Auto riding is a very fascinating hobby. (_______). It is obvious that they consider the hobby more important than anything else.
(A) Low or even middle income group people can’t afford it.
(B) I know many people who has missed many important cases or opportunities for participating in autoriding.
(1) A and B (2) B and A
(3) A only (4) B only
(5) None of these
14. There is no doubt that we must be fair and honest in all our dealings (_______). What you really are is less important than what you are perceived by people around you.
(A) It means that perception assumes greater importance than reality.
(B) But even more important is how you are perceived by others.
(1) A and B (2) B and A
(3) A only (4) B only
(5) None of these
15. The admiration for those who fight against corruption in high places has always been very spontaneous amongst the common people in India (_______). They unhesitantly appreciate such acts but are afraid of openly doing so for fear of the higher ups.
(A) They hold such people in high esteem who make sacrifices on principles and moral issues.
(B) They make verbose speeches of admiration and appreciation of such acts.
(1) A and B (2) B and A
(3) A only (4) B only
(5) None of these
Directions (16–25) : Pick out the most effective word from the given words to fill in the blank in each sentence to make the sentence meaningfully complete.

16. Proud people often look down ____ others.
(1) on (2) for
(3) at (4) upon
(5) towards
17. We should involve all our colleagues in ______ important decisions.

(1) instigating (2) deciding
(3) pioneering (4) making
(5) identifying
18. For such a _____ task, there should be some special task force.
(1) trivial (2) gigantic
(3) definite (4) simple
(5) complexity
19. His _____ attitude is the root cause of most of his problems.
(1) inflexible
(2) positive
(3) incapable
(4) innovative
(5) playful
20. If you _____ yourself with the culture of that area, you will be able to enjoy life there.
(1) know (2) see
(3) familiarise (4) imbibe
(5) inculcate
21. I do not approve _____ the views expressed by you.
(1) wrote (2) of
(3) at (4) for
(5) realised
22. When he _____ that his life was in danger he called out for help.
(1) feels (2) decided
(3) forecasted (4) narrated
(5) realised
23. Our country is committed to ____ peace all over the world.
(1) starting
(2) establishment
(3) maintaining
(4) encompassing
(5) settle
24. Although he is a balanced person, he occasionally loses his _______.
(1) power (2) grief
(3) temper (4) anxiety
(5) wealth
25. The tunnel was so ____ and congested that we became frightened.
(1) long (2) broad
(3) dark (4) quiet
(5) grief
Directions (26–30) : Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below each statement should be placed in the blank space provided so as to make a meaningful and grammatically correct sentence ? If none of the sentences is appropriate, mark (5) as the answer.
26. Although information technology has entered the homes, offices and hearts of many citizens of India, …………. .
(1) India provides the highest number of IT experts to the world every year
(2) many people in rural areas still remain ignorant of its immense benefits
(3) government has done its best by funding research in this field appropriately
(4) the face of communication in the years to come would change completely from the bygone years
(5) None of these
27. While the environment friendly -Nuclear energy could make a large addition to the energy resources, ………… .
(1) experts have a lot of expectations from this cleaner method of producing energy
(2) the government is determined to extract maximum out of this technology in the near future
(3) international lobby has been pressurising the developing nations to shift their energy production from coal to nuclear power.
(4) the problem of locating adequate numbers of Uranium reserves to run the reactors is yet to be sorted out
(5) None of these
28. ………… , experts proposed the idea of a common school system.
(1) Overlooking the fundamental right of quality education of every child in India
(2) Since the curricular requirements of a rural child is different from an urban child
(3) Based on the fact that difference in the quality of schools acts as a ground for discrimination
(4) Since a large percentage of Indian children are getting free education
(5) None of these
29. ………., the soil today is nowhere as rich in native minerals as it used to be some centuries ago.
(1) As there is a growing consent among farmers regarding limiting the use of chemical fertilizers
(2) As the chemical inputs in agriculture improved the yield many folds
(3) Owing to the uninhibited use of chemical inputs in agriculture
(4) Awareness among farmers regarding the side effects of chemical farming grew
(5) None of these
30. As allegation of crores of rupees changing hands to permit illegal mining began to fly thick arid fast, …….. .
(1) government ordered an enquiry which exposed a nexus between mine operators and bureaucrats
(2) it caused great damage to the surrounding ecosystem and the environment in general
(3) the officials have been irresponsible in failing to bring it to the notice of the court in time
(4) the powerful mining lobby had bribed the officials to obtain permit for mining on ecologically sensitive land
(5) None of these
Directions (31 – 35) : Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below each statement should be placed in the blank space provided so as to make a meaningful and grammatically correct sentence ? If none of the sentences is appropriate, mark (5) i.e. ‘None of these’ as the answer.

31. Refuting the rationale behind frequent agitations for formation of separate States, a recent report________.
(1) proved that such agitations result in loss of governmental property
(2) indicated that the formation of small states does not necessarily improve the economy
(3) suggested that only large scale agitations have been effective in bringing out desired change in the past
(4) recommended dividing large States into smaller ones to improve governance
(5) None of these
32. Overlooking the fact that water scarcity intensifies during summer_____.
(1) the government issued guidelines to all builders to limit their consumption to acceptable limits
(2) provision for rainwater harvesting has been made to aid irrigation in drought prone areas
(3) the water table did not improve even after receiving normal monsoon in the current year
(4) Many residential areas continue to use swimming pools, wasting large quantities of water
(5) None of these
33. He has lost most of the life’s earning in the stock market but____.
(1) he still seems to be leading his life luxuriously and extravagantly
(2) he could not save enough to repay his enormous debts
(3) stock market is not a safe option to invest money unless done with caution
(4) experts have been suggesting to avoid investments in stock market because of its unpredictable nature
(5) None of these
34. Achieving equality for women is not only a laudable goal,______.
(1) political reforms are also neglected preventing women from entering legislatures and positions of power
(2) the problem is also deep rooted in the society and supported by it
(3) their empowerment is purposefully hampered by people with vested interests in all sections of the society
(4) it is also equally difficult to achieve and maintain for long term
(5) None of these
35. _____ or else they would not keep electing him year after year.
(1) The party leader gave a strong message to the mayor for improving his political style
(2) Owing to numerous scandals against the mayor, he was told to resign from the post immediately
(3) The mayor threatened the residents against filing a complaint against him
(4) The residents must really be impressed with the political style of their mayor
(5) None of these



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