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1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 8):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 blanks appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
Therefore (1) among men arise only in (2) changes of this (3) pattern. Racial (4) represent one of the finest distinctions and are based on certain (5) differences. Two races may be (6) in hair colour, in eye colour but (7) in stature while two others (8) in stature but differ in the colour of eyes and hair.

(1). 1. sameness 2. naturalness 3. growth 4. variations

A.    sameness B.    naturalness
C.    growth D.    variations
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Therefore (1) among men arise only in (2) changes of this (3) pattern. Racial (4) represent one of the finest distinctions and are based on certain (5) differences. Two races may be (6) in hair colour, in eye colour but (7) in stature while two others (8) in stature but differ in the colour of eyes and hair.

(2). 1. no 2. large 3. fundamental 4. minor

A.    no B.    large
C.    fundamental D.    minor
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Therefore (1) among men arise only in (2) changes of this (3) pattern. Racial (4) represent one of the finest distinctions and are based on certain (5) differences. Two races may be (6) in hair colour, in eye colour but (7) in stature while two others (8) in stature but differ in the colour of eyes and hair.

(3). 1. fluctuating 2. mad 3. picturesque 4. basic

A.    fluctuating B.    mad
C.    picturesque D.    basic
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Therefore (1) among men arise only in (2) changes of this (3) pattern. Racial (4) represent one of the finest distinctions and are based on certain (5) differences. Two races may be (6) in hair colour, in eye colour but (7) in stature while two others (8) in stature but differ in the colour of eyes and hair.

(4). 1. difference 2. clashes 3. hatred 4. tolerance

A.    difference B.    clashes
C.    hatred D.    tolerance
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5 .

Therefore (1) among men arise only in (2) changes of this (3) pattern. Racial (4) represent one of the finest distinctions and are based on certain (5) differences. Two races may be (6) in hair colour, in eye colour but (7) in stature while two others (8) in stature but differ in the colour of eyes and hair.

(5). 1. clearcut 2. minor 3. unnoticeable 4. massive

A.    clearcut B.    minor
C.    unnoticeable D.    massive
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6 .

Therefore (1) among men arise only in (2) changes of this (3) pattern. Racial (4) represent one of the finest distinctions and are based on certain (5) differences. Two races may be (6) in hair colour, in eye colour but (7) in stature while two others (8) in stature but differ in the colour of eyes and hair.

(6). 1. alike 2. different 3. mismatched 4. beautiful

A.    alike B.    different
C.    mismatched D.    beautiful
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Therefore (1) among men arise only in (2) changes of this (3) pattern. Racial (4) represent one of the finest distinctions and are based on certain (5) differences. Two races may be (6) in hair colour, in eye colour but (7) in stature while two others (8) in stature but differ in the colour of eyes and hair.

(7). 1. matched 2. same 3. different 4. close

A.    matched B.    same
C.    different D.    close
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8 .

Therefore (1) among men arise only in (2) changes of this (3) pattern. Racial (4) represent one of the finest distinctions and are based on certain (5) differences. Two races may be (6) in hair colour, in eye colour but (7) in stature while two others (8) in stature but differ in the colour of eyes and hair.

(8). 1. tall 2. short 3. uncouth 4. same

A.    tall B.    short
C.    uncouth D.    same
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9 .

Direction (Q. 9 - 10): In each of the following questions there is a sentence divided into four parts. Read each sentence to find out if there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence, the number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, your answer is (4), i.e. no error.

Q. 1) When I /2) last see him /3) he was /4) in Calcutta

A.    When I B.    last see him
C.    he was D.    in Calcutta
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10 .

Q. 1) The principal along with the teachers /2) were seen boarding a bus /3) to go for a picnic /4) on a national holiday

A.    The principal along with the teachers B.    were seen boarding a bus
C.    to go for a picnic D.    on a national holiday
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