CLOZE TEST
 329. (1) wants (Verb)                     375. (1) possible (Adj.)                 415. (4) contest (Verb) : struggle to
 330. (1) proclaims (Verb) : to an-       (376 – 380)                                    gain control or power
      nounce                               376. (1) lived (Verb)                    416. (2) of (Prep.)
 331. (3) faith (Noun)                     377. (2) named (Verb)                    417. (3) candidate (Noun)
 332. (4) probed (Verb) : investigated     378. (3) had (Aux. V.)
                                                                                    418. (1) legislative (Adj.)
 333. (2) research (Noun)                  379. (3) their (Det.) [Possessive form
                                                                                    419. (1) body (Noun) : a group of
 334. (1) emerges (Verb) : become               of ‘they’]
                                                                                         people who work together
      known (of facts, ideas, etc.)        380. (4) with (Prep.)
                                                                                    420. (3) representative (Noun)
 335. (3) it (Pro.)                       (381–400)
                                                                                   (421 – 430)
(336 – 345)                                381. (3) solidarity (Noun) : unity
                                                                                    421. (1) room-mates (Noun)
 336. (1) private (Adj.)                   382. (1) harmony (Noun) : peaceful
                                                                                    422. (4) Delhi (Noun)
 337. (3) good (Adj.)                           agreement
                                                                                    423. (3) crowded (Adj.)
 338. (4) variety (Noun)                   383. (2) eradicating (Verb) : destroy-
                                                                                    424. (2) Hari (Noun)
 339. (2) in (Prep.)                            ing completely
                                                                                    425. (3) counter (Noun)
 340. (1) keen (Adj.)                      384. (3) sustainable (Adj.) : that can
                                                                                    426. (4) two (Det.)
 341. (3) weave (Noun) : the pattern            continue to be there for a long
      that the threads make                     period                              427. (1) the (Def. Art.)
 342. (3) If (Conj.) : on condition that   385. (4) ingredients (Noun) : things     428. (1) a (Indef. Art.)
 343. (2) knowledgeable (Adj.)                  or qualities that are necessary to  429. (3) anything (Pro.)
 344. (4) but (Conj.)                           make something successful           430. (2) us (Pro.)
 345. (2) attention (Noun) : act of        386. (2) interdependent (Adj.) : de-    (431 – 440)
      making people notice                      pending on each other               431. (1) assures (Verb)
(346 – 355)                                387. (4) incomplete (Adj.)               432. (3) few (Det.)
                                           388. (1) awakening (Verb) : making       433. (1) cooking (Noun)
 346. (2) hard (Adj.) : difficult
                                                aware of something                  434. (4) our (Det.)
 347. (3) heads (Noun) : the persons
      in charge                            389. (3) aware (Adj.) : knows            435. (2) that (Conj.)
 348. (1) influential (Adj.) : authorita-  390. (2) aspect (Noun) : important part  436. (1) food (Noun)
      tive                                      or feature                          437. (3) long (Adj.)
 349. (4) end (Noun)                      (391 – 400)                               438. (4) yet (Adv.)
 350. (2) appeared (Verb)                  391. (2) not (Adv.)                      439. (3) achieve (Verb) : attain
 351. (3) issues (Noun)                    392. (3) that (Pro.)                     440. (1) field (Noun)
 352. (1) evident (Adj.) : clear           393. (4) with (Prep.)                   (441–450)
 353. (2) talks (Noun)                     394. (1) up (Adv.)                       441. (2) played (Verb) : had an effect
 354. (3) powerful (Adj.)                  395. (2) high (Adv.)                     442. (1) shaping (Verb) : having an
 355. (2) existing (Adj.) : found or used  396. (3) they (Pro.)                          important influence
      now                                  397. (2) to (Prep.)                      443. (2) continues (Verb)
(356–365)                                  398. (2) taught (Verb)                   444. (1) movement (Noun)
 356. (3) degree (Noun)                    399. (3) have (Aux. V.)                  445. (3) planet (Noun)
 357. (1) celebrate (Verb)                 400. (1) ideals (Noun) : examples;       446. (2) adds (Verb)
 358. (4) held (Verb)                           models                              447. (1) country side (Noun)
                                          (401 – 410)                               448. (2) stream (Noun)
 359. (3) getting (Verb)
                                                                                    449. (3) huge (Adj.)
 360. (1) stream (Noun) : a continuous     401. (2) slowly (Adv.)
                                                                                    450. (2) quench (Verb) : to end by sat-
      flow                                 402. (3) deliver (Verb) : take goods or
                                                                                         isfying
 361. (2) turned up (Phr. V.) : arrived         letters
                                                                                   (451 – 460)
 362. (3) circle (Noun) : a group          403. (3) old (Adj.)                      451. (4) down (Adv.)
 363. (1) else (Adverb)                    404. (3) end (Noun)                      452. (1) posture (Noun) : the position
 364. (4) break the ice (Idiom) : ini-                                                   in which you hold you body while
                                           405. (1) called (Verb)
      tiate talks or conversation                                                        standing or sitting.
                                           406. (2) ever since (Idiom) : continu-
 365. (3) fact (Noun)                                                               453. (1) free (Adj.)
                                                ously since the time mentioned
(366 – 375)                                                                         454. (1) vision (Noun)
 366. (3) mineral (Noun)                   407. (4) to (Prep.)
                                                                                    455. (2) acquired (Verb) : got
 367. (2) under (Prep.)                    408. (3) before (Adv.) : a long time
                                                                                    456. (1) making (Verb)
 368. (1) fuels (Noun)                          earlier
                                                                                    457. (3) advantage (Noun)
 369. (3) transport (Noun)                 409. (1) always (Adv.)                   458. (1) in (Prep.)
 370. (4) immense (Adj.) : extremely       410. (2) while (Conj.)                   459. (2) being (Verb)
      large                               (411–420)                                 460. (3) than (Prep., Conj.)
 371. (2) fortunate (Adj.) : lucky         411. (3) common (Adj.)                  (461 – 470)
 372. (1) discovery (Noun)                 412. (2) but (Prep.)                     461. (1) was (Aux. V.)
 373. (3) wealth (Noun)                    413. (1) involved (Verb)                 462. (3) filled (Verb)
 374. (2) poor (Adj.)                      414. (2) interpret (Verb) : explain      463. (3) them (Pro.)
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