1 . Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions.
In a world in which nearly half the population is over the age of 50, we will have to start thinking of older people differently. The first thingwe will have to recognise is that our very notion of old age is faulty. In the mid-to-late 1800s, medical theory suggested that the only healthy thing for older adults to do was rest. This gave birth to the first government pensions, corporate retirement policies, dedicated old-age homes. Surviving till today is this idea that older people are 'supposed' to be consumers of ideas, work, products and culture, but never producers.
Today, ask anyone over the age of 60 or so if she wants to sit in a rocking chair for the rest of her life and she'll laugh you out of the room. Yet, this outmoded norm concerning the capabilities and goals of older people persists. It remains at the core of misguided products, policies, workplace expectations. Living longer and better may mean working longer. It may mean a lifetime of learning and growth. We may see older adults in roles to which we are not accustomed: retail, manufacturing, teaching and delivering healthcare (not just receiving it). The energy we draw from our older population may grow to become one of our most valuable resources. Businesses founded by people over the age of 50 are already major sources of employment across the nation. Products designed with older people in mind must evolve. An aging society has given rise to a new multi-trillion-dollar market of consumers who want not just to be taken care of but also live out aspirations once considered impossible in old age. These products, services and experiences will become a source of economic growth and innovation, Infrastructure from housing to transportation must be reengineered. Workplaces will have to learn to utilise the unique skills and institutions knowledge of older workers, and resist the age-old urge to age-discriminate. We as individuals will have to rethink old age, both for the sake of those older than us and for our own future selves
Which of the following is not true in the context of the passage?
A.  We must revamp infrastructure to meet the needs of the elderly
B.  The elderly population is dropping
C.  The concept of 'old age' needs to be rethought
D.  The traditional idea of 'old age homes' is outdated.
E.  All the given options are true
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2 . Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions.
In a world in which nearly half the population is over the age of 50, we will have to start thinking of older people differently. The first thingwe will have to recognise is that our very notion of old age is faulty. In the mid-to-late 1800s, medical theory suggested that the only healthy thing for older adults to do was rest. This gave birth to the first government pensions, corporate retirement policies, dedicated old-age homes. Surviving till today is this idea that older people are 'supposed' to be consumers of ideas, work, products and culture, but never producers.
Today, ask anyone over the age of 60 or so if she wants to sit in a rocking chair for the rest of her life and she'll laugh you out of the room. Yet, this outmoded norm concerning the capabilities and goals of older people persists. It remains at the core of misguided products, policies, workplace expectations. Living longer and better may mean working longer. It may mean a lifetime of learning and growth. We may see older adults in roles to which we are not accustomed: retail, manufacturing, teaching and delivering healthcare (not just receiving it). The energy we draw from our older population may grow to become one of our most valuable resources. Businesses founded by people over the age of 50 are already major sources of employment across the nation. Products designed with older people in mind must evolve. An aging society has given rise to a new multi-trillion-dollar market of consumers who want not just to be taken care of but also live out aspirations once considered impossible in old age. These products, services and experiences will become a source of economic growth and innovation, Infrastructure from housing to transportation must be reengineered. Workplaces will have to learn to utilise the unique skills and institutions knowledge of older workers, and resist the age-old urge to age-discriminate. We as individuals will have to rethink old age, both for the sake of those older than us and for our own future selves
Which of the following represent(s) the author's view?
(A) Society needs to recognise the needs, desires and aspirations of older people.
(B) Older people are capable producers.
(C) Corporate retirement policies are very generous at present.
A.  Only A and B
B.  Only B
C.  Only B and C
D.  Only C
E.  All three A, B and C
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3 . In the following questions, each sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). Part (A) is fixed in the sentence and is to be taken as grammatically correct. The remaining four parts (B), (C), (D) and (E) may or may not have either (an) inappropriate word(s) or spelling errors in it. From these four, there will be ONLY ONE part without any error.
Identify that part and select it as your answer. If the sentence is correct as it is, then select 'No error' as your answer.
For example : The following question is just an example. The actual questions will follow. The government is (A)/trying to ensue (B)/ that the food on (C)/ our pilates is (D)/ free from harmfull fertilisers. (E) Apart from part (A) which is fixed, the error in this question is in three parts (B), (D) and (E). So, the only part remaining without an error is (C). So, part (C) is the answer
Traditionally, people have (A)/ associated more sweating (B)/ with having a higher body fat (C)/percentage and less sweating (D)/ with a higher level of acrobic activiti.(E)
A.  B
B.  C
C.  D
D.  E
E.  No error
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4 . In the following questions, each sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). Part (A) is fixed in the sentence and is to be taken as grammatically correct. The remaining four parts (B), (C), (D) and (E) may or may not have either (an) inappropriate word(s) or spelling errors in it. From these four, there will be ONLY ONE part without any error.
Identify that part and select it as your answer. If the sentence is correct as it is, then select 'No error' as your answer.
For example : The following question is just an example. The actual questions will follow. The government is (A)/trying to ensue (B)/ that the food on (C)/ our pilates is (D)/ free from harmfull fertilisers. (E) Apart from part (A) which is fixed, the error in this question is in three parts (B), (D) and (E). So, the only part remaining without an error is (C). So, part (C) is the answer
The country is among (A)/ the emerging global players in (B)/ research and innovation, thenks (C)/ to the excellent research centers (D)/ and a considerably talent pool. (E)
A.  B
B.  C
C.  D
D.  E
E.  No error
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5 . In the following questions, each sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). Part (A) is fixed in the sentence and is to be taken as grammatically correct. The remaining four parts (B), (C), (D) and (E) may or may not have either (an) inappropriate word(s) or spelling errors in it. From these four, there will be ONLY ONE part without any error.
Identify that part and select it as your answer. If the sentence is correct as it is, then select 'No error' as your answer.
For example : The following question is just an example. The actual questions will follow. The government is (A)/trying to ensue (B)/ that the food on (C)/ our pilates is (D)/ free from harmfull fertilisers. (E) Apart from part (A) which is fixed, the error in this question is in three parts (B), (D) and (E). So, the only part remaining without an error is (C). So, part (C) is the answer
After a gap of over eighty years(A)/ the black bear has returned (B)/ to the northern region of the country (C)/ through conservation, with their population believed to be over 500.(D)
A.  B
B.  C
C.  D
D.  E
E.  No error
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6 . In the following questions, each sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). Part (A) is fixed in the sentence and is to be taken as grammatically correct. The remaining four parts (B), (C), (D) and (E) may or may not have either (an) inappropriate word(s) or spelling errors in it. From these four, there will be ONLY ONE part without any error.
Identify that part and select it as your answer. If the sentence is correct as it is, then select 'No error' as your answer.
For example : The following question is just an example. The actual questions will follow. The government is (A)/trying to ensue (B)/ that the food on (C)/ our pilates is (D)/ free from harmfull fertilisers. (E) Apart from part (A) which is fixed, the error in this question is in three parts (B), (D) and (E). So, the only part remaining without an error is (C). So, part (C) is the answer
The government is likely (A)/ to lounch a policy on electric vehicles (B)/ proposing benifits for manufacturers (C)/ and putting into place the necessary (D)/support system by the end of this year. (E)
A.  B
B.  C
C.  D
D.  E
E.  No error
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7 . In the following questions, each sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). Part (A) is fixed in the sentence and is to be taken as grammatically correct. The remaining four parts (B), (C), (D) and (E) may or may not have either (an) inappropriate word(s) or spelling errors in it. From these four, there will be ONLY ONE part without any error.
Identify that part and select it as your answer. If the sentence is correct as it is, then select 'No error' as your answer.
For example : The following question is just an example. The actual questions will follow. The government is (A)/trying to ensue (B)/ that the food on (C)/ our pilates is (D)/ free from harmfull fertilisers. (E) Apart from part (A) which is fixed, the error in this question is in three parts (B), (D) and (E). So, the only part remaining without an error is (C). So, part (C) is the answer
'Writer Page', is a unique platform/ where budding writers/ are encouraged to hone/ their writing skills/with the help of established authors.
A.  B
B.  C
C.  D
D.  E
E.  No error
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8 . In the following questions, each sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). Part (A) is fixed in the sentence and is to be taken as grammatically correct. The remaining four parts (B), (C), (D) and (E) may or may not have either (an) inappropriate word(s) or spelling errors in it. From these four, there will be ONLY ONE part without any error.
Identify that part and select it as your answer. If the sentence is correct as it is, then select 'No error' as your answer.
For example : The following question is just an example. The actual questions will follow. The government is (A)/trying to ensue (B)/ that the food on (C)/ our pilates is (D)/ free from harmfull fertilisers. (E) Apart from part (A) which is fixed, the error in this question is in three parts (B), (D) and (E). So, the only part remaining without an error is (C). So, part (C) is the answer
Ferrying of coal in (A)/ uncowered vehicles and rail wagons is (B)/ said to be won of the key (C)/ reasons behind high pollution (D)/ levels along the transportation root.(E)
A.  B
B.  C
C.  D
D.  E
E.  No error
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9 . In the following questions, each sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). Part (A) is fixed in the sentence and is to be taken as grammatically correct. The remaining four parts (B), (C), (D) and (E) may or may not have either (an) inappropriate word(s) or spelling errors in it. From these four, there will be ONLY ONE part without any error.
Identify that part and select it as your answer. If the sentence is correct as it is, then select 'No error' as your answer.
For example : The following question is just an example. The actual questions will follow. The government is (A)/trying to ensue (B)/ that the food on (C)/ our pilates is (D)/ free from harmfull fertilisers. (E) Apart from part (A) which is fixed, the error in this question is in three parts (B), (D) and (E). So, the only part remaining without an error is (C). So, part (C) is the answer
Thanks giving is that (A)/ festiwal when families (B)/ gather together, forgot (C)/ their differences and feast (D)/ on turkey and pumkin pie.(E)
A.  B
B.  C
C.  D
D.  E
E.  No error
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10 . In the following questions, each sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). Part (A) is fixed in the sentence and is to be taken as grammatically correct. The remaining four parts (B), (C), (D) and (E) may or may not have either (an) inappropriate word(s) or spelling errors in it. From these four, there will be ONLY ONE part without any error.
Identify that part and select it as your answer. If the sentence is correct as it is, then select 'No error' as your answer.
For example : The following question is just an example. The actual questions will follow. The government is (A)/trying to ensue (B)/ that the food on (C)/ our pilates is (D)/ free from harmfull fertilisers. (E) Apart from part (A) which is fixed, the error in this question is in three parts (B), (D) and (E). So, the only part remaining without an error is (C). So, part (C) is the answer
There needs to be (A)/ a dipper exploration of (B)/ why parents actually have (C)/ a problem with (D)/ their children reading books based on voilence.(E)
A.  B
B.  C
C.  D
D.  E
E.  No error
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