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1 . Rearrange the following eight sentences /group of sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F), (G) and (H) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) During the examination the invigilator noticed the chits and despite Rajesh's plea for innocence asked him to leave the examination hall.
(B) At this point Ravish realised his mistake and felt guilty, so he immediately confessed his misdeed to the invigilator and left the examination hall;
(C) Rajesh forgave Ravish because Ravish had not only accepted his mistake on time but also had not let Rajesh be punished for the wrong reason.
(D) Ravish and Rajesh were in college and had been friends since childhood. However, Ravish did not trust Rajesh.
(E) Another Student - Satish - who had seen Ravish hiding something in Rajesh's desk stood up and informed the invigilator of what he had seen.
(F) One day Ravish decided to test Rajesh's friendship and so during one of the college examinations Ravish went early to class and hid some chits in Rajesh's desk.
(G) Rajesh did not believe Satish, instead was furious that Satish had falsely blamed his friend and agreed that he would leave his examination only if Ravish was kept out of the matter.
(H) After the examination was over Ravish apologised to Rajesh and promised that he would be a good friend from then onwards.
Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after the rearrangement ?
G
H
E
D
C
2 . Rearrange the following eight sentences /group of sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F), (G) and (H) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) During the examination the invigilator noticed the chits and despite Rajesh's plea for innocence asked him to leave the examination hall.
(B) At this point Ravish realised his mistake and felt guilty, so he immediately confessed his misdeed to the invigilator and left the examination hall;
(C) Rajesh forgave Ravish because Ravish had not only accepted his mistake on time but also had not let Rajesh be punished for the wrong reason.
(D) Ravish and Rajesh were in college and had been friends since childhood. However, Ravish did not trust Rajesh.
(E) Another Student - Satish - who had seen Ravish hiding something in Rajesh's desk stood up and informed the invigilator of what he had seen.
(F) One day Ravish decided to test Rajesh's friendship and so during one of the college examinations Ravish went early to class and hid some chits in Rajesh's desk.
(G) Rajesh did not believe Satish, instead was furious that Satish had falsely blamed his friend and agreed that he would leave his examination only if Ravish was kept out of the matter.
(H) After the examination was over Ravish apologised to Rajesh and promised that he would be a good friend from then onwards.
Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after the rearrangement ?
C
D
E
F
G
3 . Rearrange the following eight sentences /group of sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F), (G) and (H) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) During the examination the invigilator noticed the chits and despite Rajesh's plea for innocence asked him to leave the examination hall.
(B) At this point Ravish realised his mistake and felt guilty, so he immediately confessed his misdeed to the invigilator and left the examination hall;
(C) Rajesh forgave Ravish because Ravish had not only accepted his mistake on time but also had not let Rajesh be punished for the wrong reason.
(D) Ravish and Rajesh were in college and had been friends since childhood. However, Ravish did not trust Rajesh.
(E) Another Student - Satish - who had seen Ravish hiding something in Rajesh's desk stood up and informed the invigilator of what he had seen.
(F) One day Ravish decided to test Rajesh's friendship and so during one of the college examinations Ravish went early to class and hid some chits in Rajesh's desk.
(G) Rajesh did not believe Satish, instead was furious that Satish had falsely blamed his friend and agreed that he would leave his examination only if Ravish was kept out of the matter.
(H) After the examination was over Ravish apologised to Rajesh and promised that he would be a good friend from then onwards.
Which of the following should be the EIGHTH (LAST) sentence after the rearrangement ?
A
B
C
D
E
4 . Rearrange the following eight sentences /group of sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F), (G) and (H) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) During the examination the invigilator noticed the chits and despite Rajesh's plea for innocence asked him to leave the examination hall.
(B) At this point Ravish realised his mistake and felt guilty, so he immediately confessed his misdeed to the invigilator and left the examination hall;
(C) Rajesh forgave Ravish because Ravish had not only accepted his mistake on time but also had not let Rajesh be punished for the wrong reason.
(D) Ravish and Rajesh were in college and had been friends since childhood. However, Ravish did not trust Rajesh.
(E) Another Student - Satish - who had seen Ravish hiding something in Rajesh's desk stood up and informed the invigilator of what he had seen.
(F) One day Ravish decided to test Rajesh's friendship and so during one of the college examinations Ravish went early to class and hid some chits in Rajesh's desk.
(G) Rajesh did not believe Satish, instead was furious that Satish had falsely blamed his friend and agreed that he would leave his examination only if Ravish was kept out of the matter.
(H) After the examination was over Ravish apologised to Rajesh and promised that he would be a good friend from then onwards.
Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after the rearrangement ?
A
B
C
D
F
5 . Rearrange the following eight sentences /group of sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F), (G) and (H) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) During the examination the invigilator noticed the chits and despite Rajesh's plea for innocence asked him to leave the examination hall.
(B) At this point Ravish realised his mistake and felt guilty, so he immediately confessed his misdeed to the invigilator and left the examination hall;
(C) Rajesh forgave Ravish because Ravish had not only accepted his mistake on time but also had not let Rajesh be punished for the wrong reason.
(D) Ravish and Rajesh were in college and had been friends since childhood. However, Ravish did not trust Rajesh.
(E) Another Student - Satish - who had seen Ravish hiding something in Rajesh's desk stood up and informed the invigilator of what he had seen.
(F) One day Ravish decided to test Rajesh's friendship and so during one of the college examinations Ravish went early to class and hid some chits in Rajesh's desk.
(G) Rajesh did not believe Satish, instead was furious that Satish had falsely blamed his friend and agreed that he would leave his examination only if Ravish was kept out of the matter.
(H) After the examination was over Ravish apologised to Rajesh and promised that he would be a good friend from then onwards.
Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after the rearrangement ?
A
B
G
F
E
6 . In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
Once upon a time, Amarasakti ruled the city-state of Mahilaropyam in the south of India. He had three witless sons who became a matter of endless worry for him. $(1)$ that his sons had no interest in learning, the king summoned his ministers and said, 'You know I am not happy with my sons. According to men of learning, an unborn son is better than a son who is a stupid. A son who is stupid will bring dishonour to his father. How can I make my sons fit to be my $(2)$ ? I turn to you for advice.'
One of the ministers suggested the name of Vishnu Sharman, a great scholar enjoying the $(3)$ of hundreds of his disciples. 'He is the most competent person to tutor your children. Entrust them to his care and very soon you will see the change.'
The king summoned Vishnu Sharman and pleaded with him 'Oh, venerable scholar, take pity on me and please train my sons. Turn them into great scholars and I will be $(4)$ to you all my life.' Vishnu Sharman said 'Oh, king, count six months from today. If I do not make your children great scholars, you can ask me to change my name. '
The king immediately called his sons and handed them over to the care of the learned man. Sharman took them to his monastery where he $(5)$ teaching them. Keeping his word, he finished the task the king entrusted to him in six months. Thus, the king, now, had scholars for sons.
$(1)$
Fact
Belief
Since
Realisting
Being
7 . In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
Once upon a time, Amarasakti ruled the city-state of Mahilaropyam in the south of India. He had three witless sons who became a matter of endless worry for him. $(1)$ that his sons had no interest in learning, the king summoned his ministers and said, 'You know I am not happy with my sons. According to men of learning, an unborn son is better than a son who is a stupid. A son who is stupid will bring dishonour to his father. How can I make my sons fit to be my $(2)$ ? I turn to you for advice.'
One of the ministers suggested the name of Vishnu Sharman, a great scholar enjoying the $(3)$ of hundreds of his disciples. 'He is the most competent person to tutor your children. Entrust them to his care and very soon you will see the change.'
The king summoned Vishnu Sharman and pleaded with him 'Oh, venerable scholar, take pity on me and please train my sons. Turn them into great scholars and I will be $(4)$ to you all my life.' Vishnu Sharman said 'Oh, king, count six months from today. If I do not make your children great scholars, you can ask me to change my name. '
The king immediately called his sons and handed them over to the care of the learned man. Sharman took them to his monastery where he $(5)$ teaching them. Keeping his word, he finished the task the king entrusted to him in six months. Thus, the king, now, had scholars for sons.
$(2)$
self
place
successors
level
sibilings
8 . In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
Once upon a time, Amarasakti ruled the city-state of Mahilaropyam in the south of India. He had three witless sons who became a matter of endless worry for him. $(1)$ that his sons had no interest in learning, the king summoned his ministers and said, 'You know I am not happy with my sons. According to men of learning, an unborn son is better than a son who is a stupid. A son who is stupid will bring dishonour to his father. How can I make my sons fit to be my $(2)$ ? I turn to you for advice.'
One of the ministers suggested the name of Vishnu Sharman, a great scholar enjoying the $(3)$ of hundreds of his disciples. 'He is the most competent person to tutor your children. Entrust them to his care and very soon you will see the change.'
The king summoned Vishnu Sharman and pleaded with him 'Oh, venerable scholar, take pity on me and please train my sons. Turn them into great scholars and I will be $(4)$ to you all my life.' Vishnu Sharman said 'Oh, king, count six months from today. If I do not make your children great scholars, you can ask me to change my name. '
The king immediately called his sons and handed them over to the care of the learned man. Sharman took them to his monastery where he $(5)$ teaching them. Keeping his word, he finished the task the king entrusted to him in six months. Thus, the king, now, had scholars for sons.
$(3)$
teachings
attendance
glamour
rights
respect
9 . In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
Once upon a time, Amarasakti ruled the city-state of Mahilaropyam in the south of India. He had three witless sons who became a matter of endless worry for him. $(1)$ that his sons had no interest in learning, the king summoned his ministers and said, 'You know I am not happy with my sons. According to men of learning, an unborn son is better than a son who is a stupid. A son who is stupid will bring dishonour to his father. How can I make my sons fit to be my $(2)$ ? I turn to you for advice.'
One of the ministers suggested the name of Vishnu Sharman, a great scholar enjoying the $(3)$ of hundreds of his disciples. 'He is the most competent person to tutor your children. Entrust them to his care and very soon you will see the change.'
The king summoned Vishnu Sharman and pleaded with him 'Oh, venerable scholar, take pity on me and please train my sons. Turn them into great scholars and I will be $(4)$ to you all my life.' Vishnu Sharman said 'Oh, king, count six months from today. If I do not make your children great scholars, you can ask me to change my name. '
The king immediately called his sons and handed them over to the care of the learned man. Sharman took them to his monastery where he $(5)$ teaching them. Keeping his word, he finished the task the king entrusted to him in six months. Thus, the king, now, had scholars for sons.
$(4)$
happy
oblige
beside
indebted
disciple
10 . In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
Once upon a time, Amarasakti ruled the city-state of Mahilaropyam in the south of India. He had three witless sons who became a matter of endless worry for him. $(1)$ that his sons had no interest in learning, the king summoned his ministers and said, 'You know I am not happy with my sons. According to men of learning, an unborn son is better than a son who is a stupid. A son who is stupid will bring dishonour to his father. How can I make my sons fit to be my $(2)$ ? I turn to you for advice.'
One of the ministers suggested the name of Vishnu Sharman, a great scholar enjoying the $(3)$ of hundreds of his disciples. 'He is the most competent person to tutor your children. Entrust them to his care and very soon you will see the change.'
The king summoned Vishnu Sharman and pleaded with him 'Oh, venerable scholar, take pity on me and please train my sons. Turn them into great scholars and I will be $(4)$ to you all my life.' Vishnu Sharman said 'Oh, king, count six months from today. If I do not make your children great scholars, you can ask me to change my name. '
The king immediately called his sons and handed them over to the care of the learned man. Sharman took them to his monastery where he $(5)$ teaching them. Keeping his word, he finished the task the king entrusted to him in six months. Thus, the king, now, had scholars for sons.
$(5)$
embark
mustered
begun
decided
started