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Directions (1-4): In each of the following questions, out of the given alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the idiom.
Q1. A pipe dream
(a) to take a nap
(b) a hope or plan that will never come true
(c) an unending dream
(d) a nightmare
Q2. Piping hot
(a) steaming hot
(b) dreaming hot
(d) extreme anger
Q3. A prophet of doom
(a) a godman who curses
(b) prediction of doom
(c) a person who holds and spreads pessimistic views
(d) a person who holds the world guilty
Q4. Fight shy of
(a) afraid of
(c) to try to avoid something
(d) to quarrel bitterly
Directions (5-7): Sentences are given with blames to be filled in with an appropriate word. Choose the correct alternative out the four.
Q5. Unless the authorities adopt the principle whole-heartedly the strategies cannot become _____________.
Q6. While the government has been able to ________ on their promises in education, health, power and water sectors, the increasing public spats between the AAP government and the L-G have put citizens in the crossfire.
Q7. Infrastructure is a major _______and the budget for infrastructure development should be allocated appropriately to ensure that the amazing Make in India campaign can turn into a reality sooner rather than later.
Direction (8-10): Some of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which part of a sentence has an error. If a sentence is free from errors, blacken the rectangle corresponding to the answer sheet.
Q8. The value of the rupee declines as the rate of inflation raises.
(a) The value of the rupee
(c) as the rate of inflation raises.
(d) No Error
Q9. In evaluating your progress I have taken into account your classroom performance, your attendance, your sincerity and how you have improved.
(a) In evaluating your progress
(b) I have taken
(c) into account your classroom performance, your attendance, your sincerity
(d) and how you have improved.
Q10. Although the marks obtained in written examination by both the candidates are same yet the differences among them are considerable in the marks obtained in the interview.
(a) Although the marks
(b) obtained in written examination by both the candidates
(c) are same yet the differences among them are considerable
(d) in the marks obtained in the interview.
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