76 . In questions given below out of four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given word/sentence.
State in which the few govern the many
A.  Monarchy
B.  Oligarchy
C.  Plutocracy
D.  Autocracy
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77 . In questions given below out of four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given word/sentence.
A style in which a writer makes a display of his knowledge
A.  Pedantic
B.  Verbose
C.  Pompous
D.  Ornate
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78 . Find the correctly spelt words
A.  Foreign
B.  Foreine
C.  Fariegn
D.  Forein
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79 . Find the correctly spelt words
A.  Ommineous
B.  Omineous
C.  Ominous
D.  Omenous
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80 . In the following questions four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase italicised and underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of idiom/phrase
Sobhraj could be easily arrested because the police were tipped off in a advance
A.  Toppled over
B.  Bribed
C.  Given advance information
D.  Threatened
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81 . In the following questions four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase italicised and underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of idiom/phrase
I met him after a long time, but he gave me the cold shoulder
A.  scolded me
B.  insulted me
C.  abused me
D.  abused me
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82 . In the following questions four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase italicised and underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of idiom/phrase
He passed himself off as a noble man
A.  Was regarded as
B.  Pretended to be
C.  Was thought to be
D.  Was looked upon
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83 . In the following questions four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase italicised and underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of idiom/phrase
This matter has been hanging firefor the last many months
A.  going on slowly
B.  hotly debated
C.  stuck up
D.  ignored
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84 . In the following questions four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase italicised and underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of idiom/phrase
In the armed forces, it is considered a great privilege to die in harness
A.  die on a horse back
B.  die in the battlefield
C.  die while still working
D.  die with honour
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85 . After passage, you will find several questions based on the passage. First, read a passage, and then answer the questions based on it. You are required to select your answers based on the contents of the passage and opinion of the author only.

Once upon a time I went for a week's holiday in the Continent with an Indian friend. We both enjoyed ourselves and were sorry when the week was over, but on parting our behaviour was absolutely different. He was plunged in despair. lie felt that because the holiday was over all happiness was over until the world ended. He could not express his sorrow too much. But in me the Englishman came out strong. I could not see what there was to make a fuss about. It wasn't as if we were parting forever or dying. 'Buck up', I said, 'do buck up'. He refused to buck up, and I left him plunged in gloom
What is the Continent in the context of the passage ?
A.  An island
B.  The countryside
C.  Africa
D.  Europe
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86 . After passage, you will find several questions based on the passage. First, read a passage, and then answer the questions based on it. You are required to select your answers based on the contents of the passage and opinion of the author only.

Once upon a time I went for a week's holiday in the Continent with an Indian friend. We both enjoyed ourselves and were sorry when the week was over, but on parting our behaviour was absolutely different. He was plunged in despair. lie felt that because the holiday was over all happiness was over until the world ended. He could not express his sorrow too much. But in me the Englishman came out strong. I could not see what there was to make a fuss about. It wasn't as if we were parting forever or dying. 'Buck up', I said, 'do buck up'. He refused to buck up, and I left him plunged in gloom
What does the author mean by 'buck up' ?
A.  Buckle yourself up
B.  Stand up
C.  Cheer up
D.  Shut up
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87 . After passage, you will find several questions based on the passage. First, read a passage, and then answer the questions based on it. You are required to select your answers based on the contents of the passage and opinion of the author only.

Once upon a time I went for a week's holiday in the Continent with an Indian friend. We both enjoyed ourselves and were sorry when the week was over, but on parting our behaviour was absolutely different. He was plunged in despair. lie felt that because the holiday was over all happiness was over until the world ended. He could not express his sorrow too much. But in me the Englishman came out strong. I could not see what there was to make a fuss about. It wasn't as if we were parting forever or dying. 'Buck up', I said, 'do buck up'. He refused to buck up, and I left him plunged in gloom
Why was the Indian friend plunged in despair ?
A.  He was hopeless
B.  He experienced racial discrimination
C.  He would never be so happy again
D.  He had spent lot of money
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88 . After passage, you will find several questions based on the passage. First, read a passage, and then answer the questions based on it. You are required to select your answers based on the contents of the passage and opinion of the author only.

Once upon a time I went for a week's holiday in the Continent with an Indian friend. We both enjoyed ourselves and were sorry when the week was over, but on parting our behaviour was absolutely different. He was plunged in despair. lie felt that because the holiday was over all happiness was over until the world ended. He could not express his sorrow too much. But in me the Englishman came out strong. I could not see what there was to make a fuss about. It wasn't as if we were parting forever or dying. 'Buck up', I said, 'do buck up'. He refused to buck up, and I left him plunged in gloom
What does 'But in me the Englishman came out strong' imply ?
A.  He was a strong Englishman
B.  He had the typical English character
C.  The Englishman went out of him
D.  He started following Indian traditions
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89 . After passage, you will find several questions based on the passage. First, read a passage, and then answer the questions based on it. You are required to select your answers based on the contents of the passage and opinion of the author only.

Once upon a time I went for a week's holiday in the Continent with an Indian friend. We both enjoyed ourselves and were sorry when the week was over, but on parting our behaviour was absolutely different. He was plunged in despair. lie felt that because the holiday was over all happiness was over until the world ended. He could not express his sorrow too much. But in me the Englishman came out strong. I could not see what there was to make a fuss about. It wasn't as if we were parting forever or dying. 'Buck up', I said, 'do buck up'. He refused to buck up, and I left him plunged in gloom
What is the author's intention in the passage?
A.  To contrast the Indian character with the English character
B.  To show that an Indian is sorrowful
C.  To ridicule the Indian traditions
D.  To praise the Englishman
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90 . Each of the following items is followed by four words or group of words. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate word or group of words
The prisoner showed no _________ for his crimes
A.  hatred
B.  obstinacy
C.  remorse
D.  anger
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