ARRANGEMENT OF SENTENCES
R. No one can view the world Q. His studies went on unin- 122. 1. It is easy to criticize the
with complete impartiality. terrupted abroad until he people at the helm, for the
S. This is of course a matter of received a call from India. slow progress in every field.
degree. R. He went to Cambridge to P. We are well aware that the
6. It is this approach towards study. intellectuals are leaving our
impartiality that constitutes S. But now and then, he could country for better employ-
growth in wisdom. not help listening to politi- ment opportunities.
(1) QRSP (2) RQPS cal discussions in his house. Q. Then question remains unan-
(3) SRPQ (4) PRSQ 6. Till the end of his career, he swered because our country
made Gandhi his political cannot show opportunities to
117. 1. But at that moment I glanced
master. the intellectuals.
round at the crowd that had
followed me. (1) RSQP (2) SRQP R. Then, what about their obli-
(3) PQRS (4) SRPQ gation to the Motherland ?
P. It was an immense crowd,
two thousand at the least 120. 1. Venice is a strange and S. First, we should ask our-
and growing every minute. beautiful city in the north of selves as to what is happen-
Italy. ing to the young intellectuals
Q. They were watching me as
P. There are about four hun- in India.
they would watch a conjur-
er about to perform a trick. dred old stone bridges join- 6. This situation of ‘Brain-Drain’
R. I looked at the sea of yellow ing the islands of Venice. leads to a variety of problems.
faces above the garish Q. In this city there are no mo- (1) PSQR (2) RPSQ
clothes – faces all happy and tor-cars, no horses and no (3) PSRQ (4) SPRQ
excited over this bit of fun, buses. 123. 1. It is the responsibility of par-
all certain that the elephant R. These small islands are near ents to teach the young moral
was going to be shot. one another. values in life.
S. It blocked the road for a long S. It is not one island but a P. Many children take advantage
distance on either side. hundred and seventeen is- of their parents’ busy sched-
6. They did not like me, but lands. ule.
with the magical rifle in my This is because Venice has no Q. This results in children’s ig-
hands, I was momentarily streets. norance of social values.
worth watching (1) PQRS (2) RSPQ R. The reason behind it is that
(1) RPQS (2) QSRP (3) SRPQ (4) PSQR parents are quite busy nowa-
(3) SRPQ (4) PSRQ Directions (121 – 125) : In the days.
118. 1. There are many roads into following questions, the 1st and the S. Nowadays parents spend
the world of books, but the last sentence of the passage are num- very meagre time with chil-
way of fiction is probably the bered 1 and 6. The rest of the pas- dren.
most common. sage is split into four parts and named 6. As such, the society is going
P. Then too the appeal of the P, Q, R and S. These four parts are away from the value system.
story, whether told as poem, not given in their proper order. Read (1) SRPQ (2) PQRS
play, history, biography, or the sentences and find out which of (3) SQRP (4) SPQR
novel is primitive and strong. the four combinations is correct. Then 124. 1. The man who does his duty
Q. The reason is plain. find the correct answer. without any selfish desire for
R. They are to us what epic (SSC Combined Graduate Level fruit may be called a sanyasi
poetry was to the Greeks Tier-I Exam. 16.05.2010 (Ist Sitting) as well as yogi.
and Romans, what the stage 121. 1. Education in India had a glo- P. The man who has achieved
was to the Elizabethans. rious beginning. much evenness of temper will
S. The novel and the short story P. But after the British rule, it be serene, because his mere
come closer to the experi- faced many changes. thoughts are changed with
ence of the modern reader Q. It went on for centuries with the strength of action.
than any other form of con- the same glory. Q. He would practise yoga, i.e.,
temporary writing. R. English as the medium of in- evenness of temper, and can-
6 Mankind’s delight in stories is struction had a very great re- not but perform action.
as timeless and universal as the sponse. R. The root of the matter is that
art of the story teller. S. One of the changes was the one should not allow his mind
(1) QSRP (2) SRPQ introduction of English as the to flit from object of desire to
(3) RSQP (4) PRSQ medium of instruction. another and from that to a
119. 1. Nehru spent most part of his 6. As the Britishers left we had third.
childhood in studies. a complexity of opinions re- S. But he who abstains from ac-
P. He rushed back to India and garding English tion altogether is only an idler.
led an active political life join- (1) PQRS (2) QPSR 6. A yogi is one who is not at-
ing hands with Gandhi. (3) PQSR (4) SRPQ tached to his objects of sense