COMPREHENSION TEST
205. (3) germs                           239. (3) in trying to please all, you     275. (2) turned old and ugly
206. (1) Indians use more than 40,000         please none                          276. (1) indiscriminate exploitation of
      allopathic drugs                   240. (1) called the farmer and his son         resources
207. (3) Information should be printed        fools for not riding the ass         277. (2) Because they have inherited
      on the carton or in a pamphlet     241. (1) promotion of good health              an overexploited environment
      kept inside it                     242. (1) his work which good health       278. (2) consequences
208. (2) Even mild drugs are not al-          makes possible                       279. (4) All of the above
      ways safe                          243. (4) often suffer from imaginary      280. (4) Both (2) and (3)
209. (3) give very little and unintelli-      illnesses                            281. (3) gasoline engine and electric
      gible information                  244. (1) health is an end in itself            motor
210. (4) Drugs should be used only       245. (2) what a healthy man should        282. (4) hybrids use two types of pro-
      according to prescription               or should not do                          pulsions while conventionals rely
211. (2) regrets our ignoring the aims   246. (3) they suffered from lack of            on one.
     of true education                        knowledge about El Nino as they      283. (2) To use gasoline efficiently.
212. (2) making examinations an en-           were not scientifically advanced.    284. (1) restorative
     joyable experience                  247. (3) a weather event                  285. (2) Since hybrid vehicles use less
213. (1) memory                          248. (4) All of the above                      gasoline and put fewer emissions
214. (1) show how students of dance      249. (3) barren                                into the atmosphere, they are
     and music enjoy not only learn-     250. (2) It results in vegetation on bar-      better for the environment.
     ing but also examinations                ren lands.                           286. (4) he/she sees the universe as
215. (4) to encourage originality and    251. (1) It causes an upswelling of rich       a single entity
     problem solving ability                  nutrients making it the most pro-    287. (2) both exist because of the oth-
216. (3) three                                ductive in the world.                     er; they are interrelated
217. (3) The first hatchet               252. (1) El Nino occurs during Christ-    288. (3) Without cutting trees he can’t
218. (1) 2000                                 mas                                       earn money; can’t buy his meals
219. (1) Paleolithic                     253. (2) destructive effects              289. (1) everything co-exists in nature
220. (3) 6000 to 3000 B.C.               254. (4) El Nino and droughts away        290. (4) Because our very existence
221. (3) Met in the restaurant and       255. (3) equivalent                            is defined by this term
      went out walking after dinner.     256. (4) All of these                     291. (2) Herodotus
222. (4) He was taking care of plague    257. (3) Woven into the curriculum        292. (4) They sought divine assistance.
      patients.                          258. (2) Under-graduate and post-         293. (2) Athenians achieved victory
223. (2) a partner in a small printing        graduate stage                       294. (4) intervene on behalf of
      press.                             259. (4) Consensus                        295. (2) committed patriotism
224. (4) Because he was worried that     260. (2) Broad                            296. (1) she was excited
      something had happened to the      261. (2) Proposed                         297. (2) The brothers
      speaker.                           262. (3) Sociology                        298. (1) The phone was downstairs.
225. (1) Because he could not find the   263. (2) school subjects may be used      299. (2) was frightened
      speaker in the restaurant.              creatively to promote Internation-   300. (3) Mother’s timely action
226. (3) giving up one’s honesty for          al Understanding.                    301. (1) We have set a mechanical
      the sake of monetary benefits      264. (1) most of the universities have         routine.
227. (4) he was convinced that what           prescribed          learni ng     of 302. (2) If we smile we are mad.
      the story of Samson and Delilah         International Understanding          303. (4) to unfold the healing powers
      illustrates is correct             265. (1) Most fruitfully used                  of a gentle smile
228. (4) one must lead an honest life    266. (4) Each constellational era cor-    304. (3) it helps us overcome our
229. (2) he was a man of principles           responds to recurring types of            problems
230. (2) a man of simple faith                historical events and moods.         305. (4) Effects of cheerful living
231. (2) it was frightened by some       267. (1) Adjacent generations do not      306. (3) Dayady
      noise                                   live similar lives.                  307. (1) Sins of enemies
232. (3) sell the ass at the market      268. (3) When Reactives are adults,       308. (3) Jesus Christ
233. (3) a group of girls laughed at the      Civics are youths.                   309. (4) Forgiveness
      farmer’s folly                     269. (2) It is attacked by Idealists who  310. (2) Hinduism
234. (3) some old friends advised him         are visionary elders.
                                                                                   311. (2) 3 periods
      to do so                           270. (2) acting in a practical way
                                                                                   312. (3) The first hatchet
235. (1) the exhausted ass will have     271. (3) he could play sweetly on his     313. (1) 2000
      no takers in the market                 flute
                                                                                   314. (1) Paleolithic
236. (3) annoyed                         272. (2) changed into a handsome
                                                                                   315. (3) 6000 to 3000 B.C.
237. (2) walk with effort                     youth
                                                                                   316. (2) strange
238. (2) called the farmer a selfish     273. (4) coach
                                                                                   317. (4) When Nicephore conducted
      man                                274. (1) planned to marry the Queen
                                                                                        some experiments.
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