COMPREHENSION TEST
318. (1) A print making technique        357. (4) zorbers                          399. (3) wanted social reform to
319. (2) He introduced the method of     358. (3) was not at first intended as a        improve the lot of the weak and
      photography.                            land- based sport.                        the downtrodden
320. (3) Because the photography         359. (1) there is adequate cushioning     400. (2) there was an abundance of
      method did not involve much             in the zorbs.                             intellectual and creative activities
      money and was suitable for         360. (3) a form of zorbing in or with          in Bengal then.
      making portraits.                       water.                               401. (1) a burglar
321. (4) In Negro folk singing.          361. (2) it reminded him that he would    402. (2) lazy and indecisive
322. (1) only a few                           grow old too                         403. (2) to come to a complete halt
323. (4) In the rural Southland of the   362. (1) in a lake nearby                 404. (1) he had go ne around an
      United States before the Civil     363. (1) old men should leave his land         unexpected bend
      War.                               364. (1) A handful of water               405. (4) jumping into the garden
324. (2) Voices from everywhere in the   365. (4) getting old                      406. (4) ungovernable
      South.                             366. (3) united                           407. (3) the centre should not block
325. (3) On the railroads, in the cot-   367. (3) President                             the sites
      ton fields and in the churches     368. (1) Ministers                        408. (2) vague
326. (3) knew about the rules of music.  369. (1) Prime Minister                   409. (1) Our leaders should display
327. (4) “Singing horns”.                370. (4) The Minister quits                    their powers of censorship when
328. (4) The Negro’s voice was not his   371. (2) There was decent rain on              needed
      principal means of musi cal             Monday                               410. (4) fake
      expression.                        372. (1) next two days at least           411. (1) not playing false with the
329. (2) sing songs to forget                                                           citizens
                                         373. (2) Jharkhand
330. (3) The early origins of Jazz                                                 412. (4) imitate
                                         374. (4) To predict rain
331. (2) The bark of trees                                                         413. (2) sane
                                         375. (2) stronger
332. (3) work                                                                      414. (3) By turning the attention of the
                                         376. (1) Milwaukee                             people to violence in Assam
333. (2) China
                                         377. (3) Sikhs                            415. (2) Twitterers take these parodies
334. (4) With weapons, they could kill
                                         378. (3) neo-Nazi groups                       for genuine despatches from the
      larger animals for meat
335. (4) Peaches, melons, oranges, tea   379. (4) Particular reason may never           PMO
      and spices came from China.             be known                             416. (1) expert
336. (1) to eat a certain kind of food   380. (2) appreciated Michelle Obama       417. (1) only two such ways
      in order to survive                381. (4) housewife                        418. (3) belonging to an organisation
337. (1) Because they began to grow      382. (4) Keshtopur                             which has something to do with
      plants, and ate what they could    383. (2) Sujata Dey and her friend             different nations.
      grow                               384. (1) Because they wore full mask      419. (3) W.H.O. assists both in
                                              helmets                                   control l ing di seases and i n
338. (2) Stems
                                         385. (2) The police                            preventing them.
339. (4) Rough
                                         386. (3) A narrow escape                  420. (2) international health workers
340. (2) The Search for Food
                                         387. (4) As the birds were attracted to   421.(3) he thinks that it can create
341. (3) The sand boas have a head
                                                                                        unnecessary suspense and
     and a stumpy tail                        the waste pile-up near the air-
                                                                                        anxiety.
342. (4) bite the most prominent pro-         port.
                                                                                   422. (2) you feel uneasy because the
     jection of the offender             388. (1) after the plane was taken to
                                                                                        person next in the queue looks
343. (1) is a sex attractant                  the parking bay
                                                                                        at you restlessly
344. (2) The Irula tribals               389. (3) Large plane
                                                                                   423. (4) None of the statements given
345. (4) believes in facts               390. (3) It was discarded                      above.
346. (3) do away with                    391. (2) to usher in a modem and pro-     424. (4) Nothing is going to change
347. (4) snake catchers                       gressive society.                         even if you don’t answer the
348. (3) emit (a smell)                  392. (4) ours is a male dominated so-          telephone bell.
349. (2) the pooja has not been per-          ciety,                               425. (1) he is suffocated by the stale,
     formed properly                     393. (1) The global movement to gain           unventilated air, flavoured with
350. (3) an animal of prey                    equal status for women                    cheap face powder and chain-
351. (2) he ruled over a very big        394. (4) All of the above                      smoking.
     kingdom                             395. (3) reasonable                       426. (1) di fferent and mu tu al l y
352. (3) To be just to his subjects      396. (2) indigenous                            unintelligible languages exist side
353. (4) tied a big bell in front of the 397. (4) Unlike the Bengalis, Europe-          by side
     palace                                   ans were not under foreign rule.     427. (2) it becomes the mother tongue
354. (3) objections                      398. (3) lies in breaking all shackles of      for a new generation of speakers
355. (4) they wanted justice                  backwardness and narrow              428. (3) a scale in which the proximity
356. (2) a form of sport                      mindedness                                of the Creole to the standard
                                                                                        language is measured
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