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1 .

Dircction (Q. 1 - 3) : Read each sentence carefully. Four ehoices are given as (1), (2), (3) and (4) for each sentence. You have to choose the one that is dosest in meaning tu the original sentence and indicate its serial nuniber as your answer.

I have decided to resign from the office of the President because I hold the Constitution above self-interest.

A.    My resignation decision has been prompted by a respect for the Constitution. B.    The decision of mine to resign as President has obliged the Constitution.
C.    Only a selfless man like me could have taken so drastic a step as resignation. D.    To resign from the office of the President is a proof of my selfless respect for law.
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2 .

In a democratic set-up, how can one say no to any proposal for a dialogue ?

A.    One should not affirm any proposal without going for talks while one is in a democratic set-up. B.    Turning down a proposal for a dialogue goes against the grain of democracy.
C.    A method should be devised to veto dialogues in a democratic set-up. D.    The essence of democracy lies in talking.
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3 .

We believe that the crime must have been committed by the two persons known to the victim.

A.    The victim was at fault in hobnobbing with the two persons. B.    The two criminals were probably acquainted with the victim.
C.    Friends are more prone to victimisation than strangers. D.    There is no doubt that the two persons indulged in crime against their neighbour.
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4 .

Direction (Q. 4 - 6) : Read each sentence carefully to find out whether there is any grammatical 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) We have issued general guidelines / 2) to all the hospitals / 3) not to turn people with HIV away / 4) and treat them with respect.

A.    We have issued general guidelines B.    to all the hospitals
C.    not to turn people with HIV away D.    and treat them with respect.
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5 .

Q. 1) There is no way / 2) the media can cast aspersions / 3) with the kind of treatment given / 4) to the patients who suffered injuries in the blasts.

A.    There is no way B.    the media can cast aspersions
C.    with the kind of treatment given D.    to the patients who suffered injuries in the blasts.
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6 .

Q.  1) The stench is so bad / 2) that it becomes difficult / 3) Walking in the corridor / 4) adjacent to the maternity OT.

A.    The stench is so bad B.    that it becomes difficult
C.    Walking in the corridor D.    adjacent to the maternity OT.
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7 .

Direction (Q. 7 - 8) : Vou are to choose from the words given below the two sentences that word which has the same meaning and can be used in the same context as the words printed in bold in both the sentences.

I. A two-room house can be erected on this land.
II. The plan to overthrow the government did not succeed.

A.    earth B.    scam
C.    piece D.    plot
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8 .

I. "'Mind your own business and let me alone," he said angrily.
II. You will be shown the programme soon.

A.    quickly B.    shortly
C.    tersely D.    immediately
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9 .

Direction (Q. 9 - 10) : Pick out the most effective word from the given words to make the sentence meaningfully complete.

India has proved all___________ of doom to be wrong in the past.

A.    messiahs B.    leaders
C.    prophets D.    disciples
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10 .

Like Alice_____________ down through the rabbit-hole, the rupee has been having a free fall.

A.    going B.    dropping
C.    tumbling D.    climbing
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