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Directions (1-5): In the following questions, read the poem carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.
Q1. The example of how old ideas are mixed to create new once is
(a) a printing machine capable of mass-producing words
(b) burrs on dog fur giving rise to the idea of Velcro
(c) printing machines transforming into wine presses
(d) observing burrs stuck on the fur of dogs
Q2. ‘Stay put’ in para 2 means
(a) remain in place
(b) stay like a bookmark
(c) joined to a place
(d) be stationary
Q3. A suitable title for this passage would be
(a) Thinking Creatively
(b) Classic Case Studies
(c) Science of Invention
(d) Maximise Creativity
Q4. The expression, ‘thinking out of the box’ means
(a) thinking while travelling
(b) thinking very fast
(c) thinking in a logical way
(d) thinking differently
Q5. The passage is an extract from
(a) a speech
(b) an essay
(c) a story
(d) a book review
Q6. The food that an average Indian eats has been found to be deficient ____ vitamins and proteins.
Q7. The patient is —– of stomachache.
Q8. A good teacher should _______ responses from the students.
Q9. Had he taken his degree five years ago he ——- got a promotion by now.
(b) would have
(c) will be
Q10. There will be a rush for seats when the train ______ .
(a) will arrive
(c) is arriving