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In the following question find the word pair that is related to the same way as the word pair provided. ABRIDGE : LENGTHEN root : trunk stop : end lend : borrow prize : reserve
asked Mar 31 in English Language Lakshman Patel RJIT 6.7k points 9 107 447 152 views
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In the following question find the word pair that is related to the same way as the word pair provided. FRAGRANT : INCENSE frequent : sound sneeze : nostrils noxious : garbage noisome : pleasant
asked Mar 31 in English Language Lakshman Patel RJIT 6.7k points 9 107 447 117 views
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Fill in the blanks Sometimes the greatest inventions _____ an idea of startling simplicity. stumbles upon hinge upon starves without lacks
asked Oct 6, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 220 views
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Fill in the blanks Sam asked me to keep this secret ________. secret in myself amongst us between us
asked Oct 6, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 195 views
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Fill in the blanks The neighbour grabbed the boy, and rolled him on the road to _______ the flames. smother kill burn out fizz out
asked Oct 6, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 274 views
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Fill in the blanks If you are trying to make a strong impression on your audience, you can not do so by being understated, tentative, or __________. hyperbolic restrained argumentative authoritative
asked Oct 6, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 186 views
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Fill in the blanks. We were amazed that a man who had been heretofore the most ________ of public speakers could, in a single speech, electrify an audience and bring them cheering to their feet. enthralling accomplished pedestrian auspicious
asked Oct 6, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 377 views
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Fill in the blanks. Ms. Sutcliffe’s helpful notes on her latest wine discoveries and her no-nonsense warnings to consumers about ________ wines provide _______ guide to the numbering array of wines of Burgundy. excellent .... a useful overrated..., an inadequate overpriced .... a trusty unsatisfactory ... a spotty
asked Oct 6, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 394 views
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Four parts of a sentence have been given. From the alternatives, find the combination which best gives a meaningful sentence. A. an adequate physical and social infrastructure level B. the pattern of spatial growth in these towns as also to C. the failure of the government to ensure D. the roots of the riots are related to ACBD DBCA ABDC CBDA
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 210 views
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Four parts of a sentence have been given. From the alternatives, find the combination which best gives a meaningful sentence. A. what interests you is the way in which you have created the illusion B. they are angry with you, for it was C. the public is easily disillusioned and then D. the illusion they loved; they do not understand that ACBD BDCA BDA BCAD
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 332 views
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Four parts of a sentence have been given. From the alternatives, find the combination which best gives a meaningful sentence. A. but masterpiece is B. untaught genius C. a laborious career than as the lucky fluke of D. more likely to come as the culminating point of CDAB ADCB CDBA ACDB
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 280 views
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Four parts of a sentence have been given. From the alternatives, find the combination which best gives a meaningful sentence. A. he can only renew him self if his soul B. he renews himself and C. the writer can only be fertile if D. is constantly enriched by fresh experience CBAD CADB BDCA BACD
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 364 views
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Four parts of a sentence have been given. From the alternatives, find the combination which best gives a meaningful sentence. A. there was the hope that in another existence a greater happiness would reward one B. previous existence, and the effort to do better would be less ... s own life if D. one could think that they were but the necessary outcome of one's errors in a CABD BDCA BADC CDBA
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 189 views
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select the one in which the pairs of words have a relationship similar to the one between the bold words LOUD : STENTORIAN mild: noisy painful : prickly adjective : descriptive bright : resplendent
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 157 views
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Select the one in which the pairs of words have a relationship similar to the one between the bold words PREHISTORIC : MEDIEVAL Akbar : British Present : Future Shakespeare : Tennyson Coloussus : Elephant
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 231 views
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Select the one in which the pairs of words have a relationship similar to the one between the bold words LYING : PERJURY statement : testimony seeing : observing taking: stealing eating : dining
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 207 views
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Four statement with blanks have been given. These statements are followed by four alternatives. Choose the one which fits into the set of statements the maximum number of times. A. Communism states that every individual must live for the _____ B. ... , states The Statesman. D. No __________ has succeeded in gaining complete autonomy from the Federal government. state nation government condition
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 199 views
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Four statement with blanks have been given. These statements are followed by four alternatives. Choose the one which fits into the set of statements the maximum number of times. A. I have had a small power of______ B. Down with a very high fever ... all because of a small _________ D. Her ______ is the most creative thing she has ever possessed. illusion imagination hallucination misunderstanding
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 220 views
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Four statement with blanks have been given. These statements are followed by four alternatives. Choose the one which fits into the set of statements the maximum number of times. A. The men there have fought _______ and emotional withdrawal, and were more capable of ... A person who is deeply hurt feels very ____ D. It is hard to survive this feeling of _____. dejection lonely trouble depression
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 171 views
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Four statement with blanks have been given. These statements are followed by four alternatives. Choose the one which fits into the set of statements the maximum number of times. A. People sensed ______ B. A bad case had come in ______ a person with a ... then, without warning, ______ struck. D. The dogs were the first to recognise the sings of oncoming _____ tragedy accident disaster calamity
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 171 views
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Four statement with blanks have been given. These statements are followed by four alternatives. Choose the one which fits into the set of statements the maximum number of times. A. Professional studies have become the _____ of the rich. B. Every citizen has the ... all his rivals. D. Sheron no longer has the _____ of the company's bungalow and car. advantage privilege right right concession
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 199 views
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Choose the alternative which suggests a coherent paragraph. A. These researchers have become so knowledgeable about their subjects that they have been guiding us to the right place at the right time. B. The great increase during the past decade in the number of scientists ... interest to us. D. Almost every group of large animals is now being studied by scientists. everywhere. BDAC CBDA DCBA ACBD
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 200 views
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Choose the alternative which suggests a coherent paragraph. A. The quintessence, for example, a lizard is only fully understandable in the light of the particular possibilities and limitations dictated by its reptilian nature. B. The films we made, tried to document the lives ... C. We seldom examined the basic character of its anatomy. D. One element, however, was missing. ACBD BADC ADBC CDAB
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 395 views
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Choose the alternative which suggests a coherent paragraph. A. It is beyond our powers to predict the future. B. Your own life, or your band’s, or even your species’ might be owed to a restless few. C. Long summers, mild winters, which harvests, plentiful game — none of them lasts forever. D. Catastrophic events have a way of sneaking up on us, of catching us unaware. ADCB BCDA ACDB BDCA
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 534 views
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Choose the alternative which suggests a coherent paragraph. A. The remaining chapters were written by various authors to Jung’s direction. B. The chapter that bears his name is his work and nobody else’s. C. The final editing of the complete work after Jung’s death has been done by Dr. Von Franz. D. It was written, incidentally, in English. CBDA ADBC ACDB DCBA
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 192 views
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Choose the alternative which suggests a coherent paragraph. A. The open road still softly calls, like a nearly forgotten song of childhood. B. Even after 400 generations in villages and cities, we haven’t forgotten. C. The appeal has been meticulously crafted by natural selection as an essential element in our survival. D. We invest far-off places with a certain romance. BCAD OCAB CBDA ACDB
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 220 views
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Arrange sentences A, B, C and D between sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence. 1. The process continued for million of years. A. Tibet, before the collision of the continents, had been a well-watered plain along the southern edge of Asia. B. Nor has ... north at the rate of 5 centimetres a year, and each year the rocky summits of the Himalayas are a millimetre higher. CBAD DCBA BADC ADCB
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 140 views
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Arrange sentences A, B, C and D between sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence. 1. There are, moreover, unconscious aspects of our perception of reality. A. Within the mind they become psychic events. B. The first is the fact that even when our ... contains an indefinite number of unknown factors. 6. The reason is, we cannot know the ultimate nature of matter itself. CBDA BADC DBAC DABC
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 94 views
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Arrange sentences A, B, C and D between sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence. 1. Voyager-I was very high in the ecliptic plane. A. They are triumphs of human engineering and one of the glories of the American space programme. B. In 1981, it had ... explorations of Uranus and Neptune. 6. They will be in the history books when much else about our time is forgotten. CBDA DACB BDCA BCDA
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 82 views
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Arrange sentences A, B, C and D between sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence. 1. A reptile becomes stuck in a swamp and dies. A. Over great periods of time, the peat is compressed and turned to coal. B. As the centuries pass and more vegetation ... the peat. D. Dead vegetation drifts to the bottom and covers them. 6. The reptile's bones still remain within it. DBCA BCDA CDBA DABC
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 223 views
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Arrange sentences A, B, C and D between sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence. Arrange sentences A, B, C and D between sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence. 1. Clues to the answer lie at your feet, scattered among the rubble. A. Most are ... Some are big as cartwheels. 6. No ammonite is alive today but a hundred million years ago, they flourished in vast numbers. ADCB BADC CBAD DCBA
asked Oct 5, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 146 views
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Experts in human behaviour argue that ethics and values are learned as a natural part of human development, derived from school, religion and other influences. Some authorities say that ethics is the innate notion of right and wrong and cannot be taught to an ... deal with long term strategy contempt towards the process and systems a logical, rational approach which does not gel with the company
asked Sep 23, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 155 views
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Experts in human behaviour argue that ethics and values are learned as a natural part of human development, derived from school, religion and other influences. Some authorities say that ethics is the innate notion of right and wrong and cannot be taught to an ... no matter what articulation of the corporation's core values and beliefs and the understanding of the individual of these none of these
asked Sep 23, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 158 views
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Experts in human behaviour argue that ethics and values are learned as a natural part of human development, derived from school, religion and other influences. Some authorities say that ethics is the innate notion of right and wrong and cannot be taught to an adult. This ... to the business in the long run being ethical is largely a matter of the individual, not of the corporate none of these
asked Sep 23, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 130 views
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Experts in human behaviour argue that ethics and values are learned as a natural part of human development, derived from school, religion and other influences. Some authorities say that ethics is the innate notion of right and wrong and cannot be ... of behaviour to deal with unethical behaviour conveying wrong instructions to subordinates as the senior managers misuse their power and authority
asked Sep 23, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 93 views
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Experts in human behaviour argue that ethics and values are learned as a natural part of human development, derived from school, religion and other influences. Some authorities say that ethics is the innate notion of right and wrong and cannot be taught to an adult. ... directly to the decision-maker. The passage is most likely taken from: a newspaper a management journal a book an Internet site.
asked Sep 23, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 78 views
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Experts in human behaviour argue that ethics and values are learned as a natural part of human development, derived from school, religion and other influences. Some authorities say that ethics is the innate notion of right and wrong and cannot be ... they lack the judgment to distinguish between ethical and unethical practices ethical thinking comes only with age and experience none of these
asked Sep 23, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 80 views
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Experts in human behaviour argue that ethics and values are learned as a natural part of human development, derived from school, religion and other influences. Some authorities say that ethics is the innate notion of right and wrong and cannot be taught to an ... its hand.held devices as Palm PCs is given in the passage to highlight: myopic mania managerial courage a point an unethical practice
asked Sep 23, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 192 views
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Experts in human behaviour argue that ethics and values are learned as a natural part of human development, derived from school, religion and other influences. Some authorities say that ethics is the innate notion of right and wrong and cannot be taught to an adult. ... , decisions of its leaders, the behaviours that are encouraged by its systems and the values of its employees. all of the above
asked Sep 23, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 82 views
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Experts in human behaviour argue that ethics and values are learned as a natural part of human development, derived from school, religion and other influences. Some authorities say that ethics is the innate notion of right and wrong and cannot be taught to an adult ... there is a difference between what is perceived as unethical in the corporate world, as opposed to what is practiced none of these
asked Sep 23, 2017 in English Language makhdoom ghaya 7.8k points 116 541 1029 91 views
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