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Direction (Q. 1-5) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any 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, the answer is 4). (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.)

Q. 1) Oil pollution /2) is the /3) commonest cause /4) for death of seabirds.

A.    Oil pollution B.    is the
C.    commonest cause D.    for death of seabirds.
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2 .

Q. 1) The story that /2) she became trapped /3) in a loveless marriage /4) got common currency.

A.    The story that B.    she became trapped
C.    in a loveless marriage D.    got common currency.
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3 .

Q. 1) Electoral malpractices are /2) the order of the day /3) despite all the long claims /4) of fair play.

A.    Electoral malpractices are B.    the order of the day
C.    despite all the long claims D.    of fair play.
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4 .

Q. 1) Our skin needs /2) exposed to sunlight /3) to absorb vitamin E /4) to retain its health.

A.    Our skin needs B.    exposed to sunlight
C.    to absorb vitamin E D.    to retain its health.
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5 .

Q. 1)1 have had an /2) increasing number of persons /3) from the Software industry, /4) No error

A.    1 have had an B.    increasing number of persons
C.    from the Software industry, D.    No error
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6 .

Direction (Q. 6-10) : In each of the questions below, four sentences aregiven, which are denoted by A), B), C) and D). By using all the four sentences you have to frame a meaningful paragraph. Thecorrectorderofthesentencesisyouranswer. Choose from the four alternatives the one having the correct order of sentences and mark it asyour answer.

A Apart from criticising the State governments and airdropping paramilitary forces to the region, the Centre has played the role of a. wall-painting in the regional disturbances that have erupted sporadically sincethe 1960s.
B. The Northeastern states of Assam and Manipur are ready to boil over with ethnic strife and acute lawand-order problems, what with the State governments bankrupt and police arms in revolt.
C In many ways the disturbances are as serious as Kashmir, or perhaps more, while the State governments cry in unison about their helplessness in tackling the grave situations.
D. lt is cause for very serious concern for the Centre.

A.    ABCD B.    DCBA
C.    CBAD D.    BDAC
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7 .

A It needs a comprehensive vision to see them as part of a whole, and to compartmentalise them within narrow boundaries would be detrimental to human welfare.
B. Life is a many-splendoured entity, and reality has more than one plane.
C Art and science, far from being antithetical to one another; are part of the same reality.
D. The head and the heart are equally important for a meaningful life.

A.    CDAB B.    BCAD
C.    ABDC D.    DCBA
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8 .

A They should also be brought to book for they have given partronage to corruption allthese years.
B. They deserved the punishment and there is no second thought about it.
C The verdict on the guilty cricketers is welcome.
D. But apart from the players, the officials too are to be blamed for damaging the game's image.

A.    BCAD B.    ABDC
C.    DACB D.    CBDA
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9 .

A It would be better to conduct a fresh poll under Governor's rule and a populär Government may be formed.
B. Formation of new Governments with old legislatures is not a good practice because they were elected in undivided states and not for the newly created states.
C. It will create a healthy atmosphere in these states and the goal for creation of small State for the sake of development will be achieved.
D. There has been a tug of war for the chief ministerial posts and ministerial berths in the Cabinets of the newly created states of Uttaranchal, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh.

A.    ADBC B.    CBAD
C.    DBAC D.    DCBA
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10 .

A He has opened the minds of Australian cricketers, has encouraged them to examine their games whilst also entering the world beyond the boundary.
B. Waugh himself began this journey some years ago, eradicating errors from his game in a manner that sometimes made him appear mechanical.
C. Alongside this internal striving for perfection, he also scrutinised his surroundings and grew as a person within the normally limited confines of sport.
D. Waugh has concentrated upon instilling desire and curiosity in his players.

A.    DABC B.    CBAD
C.    BCDA D.    ABCD
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