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1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 5): Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentences to make the sentence correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and no correction is required, mark (4) as the answer.

When he opened the box, he found its content missed.

A.    finds its content had missed out B.    found their contents missed
C.    found its content missing D.    found that its content missing
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2 .

His speech was not quietly appropriate to the occasion.

A.    quietly appropriate for B.    quite appropriate at
C.    quite appropriate to D.    quiet appropriated by
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3 .

The firm suffered heavy losses in spite of his negligence.

A.    despite of B.    on account of
C.    with respect to D.    inspite
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4 .

I never remember to have seen you before.

A.    remember to have seen not B.    remember never to have seen
C.    never remember having been seen D.    remember not having seen
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5 .

It was bitter cold when we reached there.

A.    is bitterly cold B.    was bitterly cold
C.    was bitter and cold D.    was bitterly cold
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6 .

Direction (Q. 6 - 10): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, four words are suggested one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate words.
When we (6) the development scene, we find that (7) of economic growth hardly trickle to the poor. On the (8) economic development has often between (9) by a rapid rise in the cost of a near stagnant agriculture wage structure and real of contrived (10) of articles of daily need.

(6). 1. survey 2. accept 3. abandon 4. see

A.    survey B.    accept
C.    abandon D.    see
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7 .

When we (6) the development scene, we find that (7) of economic growth hardly trickle to the poor. On the (8) economic development has often between (9) by a rapid rise in the cost of a near stagnant agriculture wage structure and real of contrived (10) of articles of daily need.

(7). 1. profits 2. memories 3. benefits 4. indices

A.    profits B.    memories
C.    benefits D.    indices
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When we (6) the development scene, we find that (7) of economic growth hardly trickle to the poor. On the (8) economic development has often between (9) by a rapid rise in the cost of a near stagnant agriculture wage structure and real of contrived (10) of articles of daily need.

(8). 1. average 2. face 3. whole 4. assumption

A.    average B.    face
C.    whole D.    assumption
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9 .

When we (6) the development scene, we find that (7) of economic growth hardly trickle to the poor. On the (8) economic development has often between (9) by a rapid rise in the cost of a near stagnant agriculture wage structure and real of contrived (10) of articles of daily need.

(9). 1. emphasized 2. accompanied 3. curtailed 4. neglected

A.    emphasized B.    accompanied
C.    curtailed D.    neglected
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10 .

When we (6) the development scene, we find that (7) of economic growth hardly trickle to the poor. On the (8) economic development has often between (9) by a rapid rise in the cost of a near stagnant agriculture wage structure and real of contrived (10) of articles of daily need.

(10). 1. scarcity 2. limitations 3. consumption 4. usage

A.    scarcity B.    limitations
C.    consumption D.    usage
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