COMPREHENSION TEST
671. (3) legends.                        716. (1) the food industry in his own    755. (2) she was too detached and
672. (1) 1973                                  country                                 strong to be overcome with fear.
673. (4) A small band of biologists      717. (2) is good                         756. (2) her fascination for the sce-
674. (1) native people.                  718. (2) cold storage and other pres-         nic beauty
675. (3) Living examples of animals            ervation methods                   757. (1) Cold water that had the ef-
     thought to have died out ages ago.  719. (2) about eight of the important         fect of quenching her thirst
676. (4) 1975                                  nutrients back into the bread      758. (4) her spirits were uplifted
677. (1) 1936                            720. (4) All of the above                759. (2) something within her had
678. (3) 1912                            721. (2) he was missing the compa-            died.
679. (2) finding                                ny of other holiday - makers.     760. (3) She had sighted a settlement.
680. (3) size and habitat are            722. (3) had come very far from plac-    761. (4) Research is the creation of
681. (1) bright and colourful                   es where people lived.                 new forms of knowledge.
682. (4) female birds                    723. (2) the nights are longer in Oc-    762. (1) There are different kinds of
                                                tober than mid summer.                 research.
683. (2) the bright, colourful feathers
     of the bird.                        724. (2) poor visibility and grassy      763. (3) Documentation is important
                                                track.                                 in research.
684. (1) the magnificient bird of para-
                                         725. (4) tried to sleep but without      764. (2) Academic publishing is meant
     dise.
                                                much success.                          to benefit the general public.
685. (1) to make best use of
                                         726. (4) utmost cruelty to nature.       765. (1) Research is conducted in or-
686. (3) satisfactory answers                                                          der to verify information.
                                         727. (2) sarcasm
687. (3) be themselves                   728. (2) it sounds po mpou s and         766. (2) a place where accessibility
688. (1) no definitive answers                  boastful.                              is possible.
689. (2) self–knowledge                  729. (4) Is a satirical comparison of    767. (3) A public body, an institution,
690. (2) not copy others                        man’s callousness to the ani-          a corporation or an individual
691. (2) a social journey for entertain-        mals.                             768. (1) Any one
      ment                               730. (4) to provide employment and       769. (3) a few shelves of books to sev-
692. (2) see all one can of men and             purchasing power for daily ne-         eral million items.
      things                                    cessities.                        770. (3) There is privacy in a library.
693. (3) nothing but a nobler kind of    731. (1) well-being                      771. (4) Being respectful
      travel                             732. (3) unhappy                         772. (2) By holding one’s anger.
694. (4) is a recent phenomenon          733. (1) not lose courage even if we     773. (3) By responding aggressively.
695. (2) a beloved place and enjoying           make small progress               774. (1) Law
      oneself                            734. (4) thankful for every good         775. (2) Express it assertively
696. (4) they have guilty consciences    735. (2) give away remains ours          776. (1) they would be deprived of
697. (1) it enlarges one’s world         736. (1) Malaysia                             their livelihood.
698. (2) realize a goal                  737. (2) 300000                          777. (4) feared their shops would be
699. (4) different from one’s usual rut  738. (1) southern tip of Car Nicobar          destroyed.
700. (3) walking                         739. (1) need to build tsunami moni-     778. (3) how a well-meant invention
701. (1) the seeds of the present               toring system                          can be misunderstood.
      events                             740. (3) harbour waves                   779. (4) the newly invented sewing
702. (2) ‘‘Nationalism’’                 741. (1) necessary for the body               machine.
703. (4) the West and the East           742. (3) omega–3 fatty acids and ome-    780. (1) destroy the sewing machines
704. (1) Effect of science and technol-         ga-6 fatty acids.                 781. (1) It has remained effective only
      ogies                              743. (1) prostaglandins                       in the cities.
705. (3) fanaticism                      744. (4) alpha-linoleic acid             782. (3) Public distribution system
706. (3) Caste discrimination            745. (1) linoleic acid                   783. (3) It will give food to the poor-
                                         746. (2) 4 : 1                                est section without additional
707. (2) Materialism
                                         747. (4) the imbalance in our body’s          cost.
708. (1) enrichment
                                                production of these hormones      784. (1) low prices
709. (4) true
                                         748. (2) The body uses fats for the pro- 785. (3) To make it target-group ori-
710. (1) superstitious beliefs                                                         ented.
                                                duction of healthy cell mem-
711. (4) special transportation and                                               786. (2) how to adapt to limitations
                                                branes as well as prostaglan-
      storage techniques                        dins.                             787. (2) by rolling up protective sand
712. (4) one of the most important es-   749. (3) anti-inflammatories                  dunes.
      sential nutrients in flour                                                  788. (4) dwarfism
                                         750. (2) inflammatories
713. (2) picking fruits and vegetables                                            789. (4) a desert flora
                                         751. (4) a path
      before they mature                                                          790. (2) the rain
                                         752. (2) A lonely area
714. (4) depletion of vital nutrients                                             791. (3) Law ensures people’s reli-
                                         753. (3) She was indifferent
715. (3) twenty-three essential nutri-                                                 gious and social rights absolutely
                                         754. (4) getting on the horse
      ents                                                                             and uncoditionally.
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