31 . In Question, four alternative are given for the Idiom/Phrase in bol d in bel ow sentences. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
In the teeth of
A.  In the end
B.  To change
C.  Real cause
D.  In the face of
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32 . In Question, four alternative are given for the Idiom/Phrase in bol d in bel ow sentences. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
Hammer and tongue
A.  With all one's strength
B.  To be unsafe
C.  To break
D.  To deceive
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33 . In Question, four alternative are given for the Idiom/Phrase in bol d in bel ow sentences. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase and mark it in the Answer Sheet.
On the shelf
A.  Death penalty
B.  To cheat someone
C.  To blush
D.  To be shacked from the job
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34 . In Question, a sentence/ a part of the sentence is italicised in underlined. Below are given alternatives to the italicised part at (A), (B), (C) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed your answer is (D). Mark your answer in the Answer Sheet
You will not succeed unlessyou are optimistic
A.  not be successful
B.  not succeed until
C.  not succeed unless
D.  No improvement
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35 . In Question, a sentence/ a part of the sentence is italicised in underlined. Below are given alternatives to the italicised part at (A), (B), (C) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed your answer is (D). Mark your answer in the Answer Sheet
He is as old as I.
A.  He is as old as me
B.  He and I are equally older
C.  Both he and I are of the same age
D.  No improvement
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36 . In Question, a sentence/ a part of the sentence is italicised in underlined. Below are given alternatives to the italicised part at (A), (B), (C) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed your answer is (D). Mark your answer in the Answer Sheet
Take care of your health lest you will fall ill again
A.  Take care of your health lest you will fallill again
B.  otherwise you will fall
C.  lest you should not fall
D.  No improvement
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37 . In Question, in the following question, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given sentence.
Rule by a tyrant person
A.  Monopoly
B.  Polygamy
C.  Dictatorship
D.  Autocracy
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38 . In Question, in the following question, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given sentence.
The ceremonial burning of dead body
A.  Ascend
B.  Funeral cremation
C.  Firing
D.  Circumnavigate
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39 . In Question, in the following question, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given sentence.
One who always doubt others
A.  Eccentric
B.  Sadist
C.  Contemporary
D.  Sceptic
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40 . In these question you have two brief passages with six questions following the passage. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives

Many of the poor, young lads who until not too long ago used to sell such odd items as 'agarbattis' and wiper dusters on New Delhi's many traffic intersections have now shifted to selling small contraptions to be put on the nose in order to reduce the intake of smoke emitted by the vehicles. This, in a sense, must be a sign of the things to come in this overcrowding metropolis. The air pollution levels in Delhi are the worst at traffic light crossings. It is not only due to the increasing number of vehicles in the city, but also because the drivers keep the engines running even while waiting for the lights to change. This is an unnecessary generation of air pollution and an avoidable wastage of precious fuel. It is typical of the drivers in the capital that they are ever so eager to advance even by a couple of inches while waiting for a traffic jam to get sorted. In fact, it should be the job of the traffic police to direct the waiting vehicles in different streams to switch off the engines. For only one stream can have right of way at a time. Some of the drivers even make the rush hour traffic snarls worse by their habit of forward inching. The attendants at petrol stations often in a tearing hurry to move with their dripping hose nozzles from one vehicle to another are yet another source of fuel wastage. But who cares so long as it is the customer who pays
The poor young lads are selling pollution masks because
A.  nobody buys agarbattis any longer
B.  wiper dusters are costly
C.  pollution has increased a lot
D.  it is very important from health point of view
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41 . In these question you have two brief passages with six questions following the passage. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives

Many of the poor, young lads who until not too long ago used to sell such odd items as 'agarbattis' and wiper dusters on New Delhi's many traffic intersections have now shifted to selling small contraptions to be put on the nose in order to reduce the intake of smoke emitted by the vehicles. This, in a sense, must be a sign of the things to come in this overcrowding metropolis. The air pollution levels in Delhi are the worst at traffic light crossings. It is not only due to the increasing number of vehicles in the city, but also because the drivers keep the engines running even while waiting for the lights to change. This is an unnecessary generation of air pollution and an avoidable wastage of precious fuel. It is typical of the drivers in the capital that they are ever so eager to advance even by a couple of inches while waiting for a traffic jam to get sorted. In fact, it should be the job of the traffic police to direct the waiting vehicles in different streams to switch off the engines. For only one stream can have right of way at a time. Some of the drivers even make the rush hour traffic snarls worse by their habit of forward inching. The attendants at petrol stations often in a tearing hurry to move with their dripping hose nozzles from one vehicle to another are yet another source of fuel wastage. But who cares so long as it is the customer who pays
Air pollution is worst at traffic lights because of the
A.  increasing number of vehicles.
B.  running engines at red lights
C.  habit of inching forward
D.  all of the above reasons
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42 . In these question you have two brief passages with six questions following the passage. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives

Many of the poor, young lads who until not too long ago used to sell such odd items as 'agarbattis' and wiper dusters on New Delhi's many traffic intersections have now shifted to selling small contraptions to be put on the nose in order to reduce the intake of smoke emitted by the vehicles. This, in a sense, must be a sign of the things to come in this overcrowding metropolis. The air pollution levels in Delhi are the worst at traffic light crossings. It is not only due to the increasing number of vehicles in the city, but also because the drivers keep the engines running even while waiting for the lights to change. This is an unnecessary generation of air pollution and an avoidable wastage of precious fuel. It is typical of the drivers in the capital that they are ever so eager to advance even by a couple of inches while waiting for a traffic jam to get sorted. In fact, it should be the job of the traffic police to direct the waiting vehicles in different streams to switch off the engines. For only one stream can have right of way at a time. Some of the drivers even make the rush hour traffic snarls worse by their habit of forward inching. The attendants at petrol stations often in a tearing hurry to move with their dripping hose nozzles from one vehicle to another are yet another source of fuel wastage. But who cares so long as it is the customer who pays
The selling of pollution masks proves that Delhi is
A.  an overcrowded city
B.  unsafe to live in
C.  the most polluted city in the world
D.  a city where people sire very health conscious
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43 . In these question you have two brief passages with six questions following the passage. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives

Many of the poor, young lads who until not too long ago used to sell such odd items as 'agarbattis' and wiper dusters on New Delhi's many traffic intersections have now shifted to selling small contraptions to be put on the nose in order to reduce the intake of smoke emitted by the vehicles. This, in a sense, must be a sign of the things to come in this overcrowding metropolis. The air pollution levels in Delhi are the worst at traffic light crossings. It is not only due to the increasing number of vehicles in the city, but also because the drivers keep the engines running even while waiting for the lights to change. This is an unnecessary generation of air pollution and an avoidable wastage of precious fuel. It is typical of the d ivers in the capital that they are ever so eager to advance even by a couple of inches while waiting for a traffic jam to get sorted. In fact, it should be the job of the traffic police to direct the waiting vehicles in different streams to switch off the engines. For only one stream can have right of way at a time. Some of the drivers even make the rush hour traffic snarls worse by their habit of forward inching. The attendants at petrol stations often in a tearing hurry to move with their dripping hose nozzles from one vehicle to another are yet another source of fuel wastage. But who cares so long as it is the customer who pays
The attendants of petrol station cause fuel wastage by
A.  running from one vehicle to another
B.  quickly changing the hose nozzles from one vehicle to smother
C.  dripping the fuel
D.  moving with their dripping hose nozzles from vehicle to vehicle
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44 . In these question you have two brief passages with six questions following the passage. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives

Many of the poor, young lads who until not too long ago used to sell such odd items as 'agarbattis' and wiper dusters on New Delhi's many traffic intersections have now shifted to selling small contraptions to be put on the nose in order to reduce the intake of smoke emitted by the vehicles. This, in a sense, must be a sign of the things to come in this overcrowding metropolis. The air pollution levels in Delhi are the worst at traffic light crossings. It is not only due to the increasing number of vehicles in the city, but also because the drivers keep the engines running even while waiting for the lights to change. This is an unnecessary generation of air pollution and an avoidable wastage of precious fuel. It is typical of the drivers in the capital that they are ever so eager to advance even by a couple of inches while waiting for a traffic jam to get sorted. In fact, it should be the job of the traffic police to direct the waiting vehicles in different streams to switch off the engines. For only one stream can have right of way at a time. Some of the drivers even make the rush hour traffic snarls worse by their habit of forward inching. The attendants at petrol stations often in a tearing hurry to move with their dripping hose nozzles from one vehicle to another are yet another source of fuel wastage. But who cares so long as it is the customer who pays
The author especially refers to crossroads because
A.  these do not matter in other places
B.  these sire the worst polluted
C.  these have the maximum traffic jams
D.  these are the most crowded
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45 . Each of the questions in this section has a sentence with a blank space and four words given after the sentence. Select whichever word you consider most appropriate for the blank space and indicate your choice on the Answer Sheet
An accomplice is a partner in __________
A.  bussiness
B.  crime
C.  construction
D.  gambling
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