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1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 10): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which is numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each four options are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find the appropriate word in each case.
Environmental capacity could be a severe (1) factor for growth. There are just not (2) streams, lakes, ponds, rivers or coastal marine areas where (3) can be discharged. Even if pollution grows only at 4 per cent with economic (4) of 8 per cent, (5) loads can nearly double in 20 years, becoming (6) high. Pollution intensity, (7) as pollution (8) per rupee of GDP, has to (9) much faster; if India is to be among the top five world economies, it cannot stay 120th in the (10) performance index.

(1)1) limiting 2) controlling 3) diminishing 4) reducing

A.    limiting B.    controlling
C.    diminishing D.    reducing
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2 .

Environmental capacity could be a severe (1) factor for growth. There are just not (2) streams, lakes, ponds, rivers or coastal marine areas where (3) can be discharged. Even if pollution grows only at 4 per cent with economic (4) of 8 per cent, (5) loads can nearly double in 20 years, becoming (6) high. Pollution intensity, (7) as pollution (8) per rupee of GDP, has to (9) much faster; if India is to be among the top five world economies, it cannot stay 120th in the (10) performance index.

(2). 1) more 2) appropriate 3) enough 4) very much

A.    more B.    appropriate
C.    enough D.    very much
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3 .

Environmental capacity could be a severe (1) factor for growth. There are just not (2) streams, lakes, ponds, rivers or coastal marine areas where (3) can be discharged. Even if pollution grows only at 4 per cent with economic (4) of 8 per cent, (5) loads can nearly double in 20 years, becoming (6) high. Pollution intensity, (7) as pollution (8) per rupee of GDP, has to (9) much faster; if India is to be among the top five world economies, it cannot stay 120th in the (10) performance index.

(3)1) waste 2) extra 3) useless 4) effluents

A.    waste B.    extra
C.    useless D.    effluents
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4 .

Environmental capacity could be a severe (1) factor for growth. There are just not (2) streams, lakes, ponds, rivers or coastal marine areas where (3) can be discharged. Even if pollution grows only at 4 per cent with economic (4) of 8 per cent, (5) loads can nearly double in 20 years, becoming (6) high. Pollution intensity, (7) as pollution (8) per rupee of GDP, has to (9) much faster; if India is to be among the top five world economies, it cannot stay 120th in the (10) performance index.

(4)1) going 2) growing 3) advanced 4) growth

A.    going B.    growing
C.    advanced D.    growth
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5 .

Environmental capacity could be a severe (1) factor for growth. There are just not (2) streams, lakes, ponds, rivers or coastal marine areas where (3) can be discharged. Even if pollution grows only at 4 per cent with economic (4) of 8 per cent, (5) loads can nearly double in 20 years, becoming (6) high. Pollution intensity, (7) as pollution (8) per rupee of GDP, has to (9) much faster; if India is to be among the top five world economies, it cannot stay 120th in the (10) performance index.

(5)1) Pollution 2) Gates 3) carbon 4) disturbances

A.    Pollution B.    Gates
C.    carbon D.    disturbances
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6 .

Environmental capacity could be a severe (1) factor for growth. There are just not (2) streams, lakes, ponds, rivers or coastal marine areas where (3) can be discharged. Even if pollution grows only at 4 per cent with economic (4) of 8 per cent, (5) loads can nearly double in 20 years, becoming (6) high. Pollution intensity, (7) as pollution (8) per rupee of GDP, has to (9) much faster; if India is to be among the top five world economies, it cannot stay 120th in the (10) performance index.

(6)1) unacceptably 2) disturbing 3) alarming 4) dangerous

A.    unacceptably B.    disturbing
C.    alarming D.    dangerous
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7 .

Environmental capacity could be a severe (1) factor for growth. There are just not (2) streams, lakes, ponds, rivers or coastal marine areas where (3) can be discharged. Even if pollution grows only at 4 per cent with economic (4) of 8 per cent, (5) loads can nearly double in 20 years, becoming (6) high. Pollution intensity, (7) as pollution (8) per rupee of GDP, has to (9) much faster; if India is to be among the top five world economies, it cannot stay 120th in the (10) performance index.

(7)1) narked 2) specified 3) limited 4) defined

A.    narked B.    specified
C.    limited D.    defined
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8 .

Environmental capacity could be a severe (1) factor for growth. There are just not (2) streams, lakes, ponds, rivers or coastal marine areas where (3) can be discharged. Even if pollution grows only at 4 per cent with economic (4) of 8 per cent, (5) loads can nearly double in 20 years, becoming (6) high. Pollution intensity, (7) as pollution (8) per rupee of GDP, has to (9) much faster; if India is to be among the top five world economies, it cannot stay 120th in the (10) performance index.

(8)1) produced 2) issued 3) generated 4) acquired

A.    produced B.    issued
C.    generated D.    acquired
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9 .

Environmental capacity could be a severe (1) factor for growth. There are just not (2) streams, lakes, ponds, rivers or coastal marine areas where (3) can be discharged. Even if pollution grows only at 4 per cent with economic (4) of 8 per cent, (5) loads can nearly double in 20 years, becoming (6) high. Pollution intensity, (7) as pollution (8) per rupee of GDP, has to (9) much faster; if India is to be among the top five world economies, it cannot stay 120th in the (10) performance index.

(9)1) increase 2) drop 3) down 4) dlide

A.    increase B.    drop
C.    down D.    dlide
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10 .

Environmental capacity could be a severe (1) factor for growth. There are just not (2) streams, lakes, ponds, rivers or coastal marine areas where (3) can be discharged. Even if pollution grows only at 4 per cent with economic (4) of 8 per cent, (5) loads can nearly double in 20 years, becoming (6) high. Pollution intensity, (7) as pollution (8) per rupee of GDP, has to (9) much faster; if India is to be among the top five world economies, it cannot stay 120th in the (10) performance index.

(10)1) ecological 2) environmental 3) climatic 4) seasonal

A.    ecological B.    environmental
C.    climatic D.    seasonal
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