CLOZE TEST
1029. (2) 1030. (3) 1031. (1) 1032. (4)  (11 – 20)                                   (51–60)
1033. (2) 1034. (3) 1035. (3) 1036. (1)    11. (2) news (Noun)                         51. (4) huge (Adj.) : extremely large
                                           12. (1) people (Noun)                           in size
1037. (2) 1038. (4) 1039. (3) 1040. (2)
                                           13. (2) impact (Noun) : effect              52. (1) mostly (Adv.) : mainly; general-
1041. (3) 1042. (4) 1043. (1) 1044. (3)
                                           14. (3) success (Noun)                          ly
1045. (2) 1046. (1) 1047. (4) 1048. (2)                                                53. (2) jungles (Noun)
                                           15. (4) upon (Prep.)
1049. (2) 1050. (4) 1051. (2) 1052. (3)                                                54. (3) among (Prep.) : being included
                                           16. (1) stimulate (Verb) : to arouse;
1053. (4) 1054. (4) 1055. (1) 1056. (2)        to excite                                   in a group of things or people
1057. (2) 1058. (3) 1059. (3) 1060. (1)    17. (2) to (Prep.)                          55. (2) because (Conj.) : for the reason
1061. (3) 1062. (1) 1063. (4) 1064. (2)    18. (1) encourage (Verb) : to inspire           that
1065. (2) 1066. (1) 1067. (3) 1068. (4)        with courage, spirit or confidence      56. (1) by–gone (Adj.) : existing a long
1069. (2) 1070. (1) 1071. (3) 1072. (2)    19. (2) function (Verb)                         time ago
1073. (4) 1074. (3) 1075. (1) 1076. (4)    20. (1) another (Pro.)                      57. (4) of (Prep.)
1077. (1) 1078. (2) 1079. (4) 1080. (3)  (21 – 30)                                     58. (3) on (Prep.)
1081. (1) 1082. (4) 1083. (3) 1084. (4)    21. (3) empires (Noun) : groups of          59. (1) the (Def. Art.)
1085. (1) 1086. (1) 1087. (2) 1088. (3)
                                               countries or states that are con-       60. (4) in (Prep.)
                                               trolled by one ruler or govern-       (61 – 70)
1089. (4) 1090. (1) 1091. (2) 1092. (3)
                                               ment                                    61. (3) employed (Verb) : used
1093. (4) 1094. (1) 1095. (2) 1096. (1)    22. (2) strength (Noun)                     62. (4) kill (Verb)
1097. (3) 1098. (2) 1099. (3) 1100. (4)    23. (1) disease (Noun)                      63. (2) little (Det.) : not much
1101. (2) 1102. (1) 1103. (3) 1104. (1)    24. (4) Romans (Noun)                       64. (2) to (Prep.)
1105. (3) 1106. (2) 1107. (3) 1108. (1)    25. (3) down (Adv.)                         65. (2) penknives (Noun), penknife
1109. (4) 1110. (2) 1111. (3) 1112. (2)    26. (3) ceased (Verb) : stopped hap-            (Singular) : a small knife with one
1113. (1) 1114. (4) 1115. (4) 1116. (3)        pening                                      or more blades that fold down
1117. (1) 1118. (1) 1119. (1) 1120. (3)    27. (2) off (Adv.)                              into the handle
1121. (1) 1122. (2) 1123. (1) 1124. (1)    28. (3) spectacle (Noun) : an unusu-        66. (2) masterpiece (Noun) : a work
1125. (1) 1126. (1) 1127. (2) 1128. (3)        al situation                                done with extraordinary skill (art,
                                           29. (1) downfall (Noun) : the loss of           book, painting, movie, a piece of
1129. (2) 1130. (2) 1131. (1) 1132. (3)
                                               power, social position, etc.                music, etc.)
1133. (1) 1134. (4) 1135. (2) 1136. (1)
                                           30. (1) out (Adv.)                          67. (1) battle—axe (Noun) : a heavy
1137. (4) 1138. (3) 1139. (1) 1140. (2)  (31–40)
1141. (2) 1142. (4) 1143. (3) 1144. (1)
                                                                                           axe with a long handle, used in
                                           31. (3) with (Prep.)                            the past as a weapon
1145. (4) 1146. (3) 1147. (4) 1148. (1)    32. (2) long (Adj.)                         68. (1) slaughter (Verb) : to kill ani-
1149. (2) 1150. (3) 1151. (1) 1152. (4)    33. (1) see (Verb)                              mals of a particular type
1153. (2) 1154. (1) 1155. (3) 1156. (3)    34. (2) scarce (Adj.) : available in        69. (3) weaponry (Noun) : all the
1157. (2) 1158. (4) 1159. (1) 1160. (3)        small quantities                            weapons of a particular type
1161. (1) 1162. (2) 1163. (4) 1164. (4)    35. (1) really (Adv.)                       70. (4) emulate (Verb) : to work in the
1165. (2)                                  36. (3) cause (Noun) : a reason                 same way and perform the same
                                           37. (4) has (Verb)                              tasks; to try to be like
                                           38. (2) pollution (Noun) : the pro-       (71–80)
                                               cess of making air, water, soil,        71. (3) acquires (Verb) : to get some-
(1–10)                                         etc, dirty                                  thing; to own something
Note : The Parts of Speech have been       39. (1) ecological (Adj.) : connected       72. (1) pleasure (Noun) : enjoyment
      used according to the context of         with the relation of plants and liv-
                                                                                       73. (4) never (Adv.)
      the Passage.                             ing creatures to each other and
                                                                                       74. (3) possession (Noun) : the state
   1. (3) in (Prep.)                           to their environment
                                                                                           of having or owning something
   2. (2) limits (Noun) : the greatest     40. (4) through (Prep.)
                                                                                       75. (1) possessor (Noun) : a person
      or smallest amount of something    (41 – 50)
                                                                                           who owns or has something
      that is allowed.                     41. (2) scene (Noun)
                                                                                       76. (3) poor (Adj.)
   3. (1) If (Conj.)                       42. (2) work (Verb)
                                                                                       77. (3) empty (Adj.) : unhappy be-
   4. (4) point (Noun) : the important     43. (4) creature (Noun) : a living thing,
                                                                                           cause life does not have a purpose
      idea in something that is said or        real or imaginary
      done                                                                             78. (4) reading (Noun) : the act of
                                           44. (2) producing (Verb)
   5. (1) for (Prep.)                                                                      reading
                                           45. (1) does (Aux. V.)
   6. (1) or (Conj.)                       46. (3) too weak : very weak                79. (4) tired (Adj.) : feeling a need
   7. (3) check (Verb) : to examine                                                        to sleep or rest
                                           47. (2) fast (Adv.) : quickly
      something to see if it is correct.   48. (1) yet (Conj.) : nevertheless;         80. (2) ourselves (Ref. Pro.)
   8. (2) up (Adj.)                            despite                               (81 – 90)
   9. (4) same (Adj.)                      49. (2) minimum (Adv.)                      81. (3) culture (Noun) : way of life
  10. (2) clarification (Noun) : the ac-   50. (4) striving (Verb) : the act of try-   82. (1) Indians (Noun)
      tion of making something clearer         ing very hard to achieve some-          83. (1) the (Def. Art.)
      or easier to understand                  thing                                   84. (4) to (Prep.)
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