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Q1. A sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect Speech. Out of the four given alternatives, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct Speech.
“I know her well” said Manisha.
(a) Manisha said that she knew her well.
(b) Manisha said if she knows her well.
(c) Manisha said that she knows her.
(d) Manisha says that she knew her well.
Q2. In the following question, a word has been written in four different ways out of which only one is correctly spelt. Select the correctly spelt word.
Direction (3-7): In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.
Now, what exactly does big business want? Though they cite some (3) ____________ worded performance indicators to compile the index, the true intention appears to be something (4) ____________. They want land at throwaway prices even (5) ______________ it is fertile agriculture land; they want licenses to be issued immediately even if the proposed activities are likely to result in environmental (6) ______________; they want labor laws to be favourable to them so it becomes easy to hire (7) ________ ﬁre and exploit workers; and they want the government to respond favourably to their ‘bailout’ demands from time to time so they can transfer their risk on to taxpayers, notwithstanding the fact that they enjoyed their proﬁts during their heyday.
Direction (8-9): In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.
Q8. After one’s own heart
(a) Sharing or having one’s tastes or views.
(b) Infatuation with a person which is not reciprocated.
(c) Memorise some thing by heart.
(d) Don’t have the courage to do something bad for a good person.
Q9. Pull the wool over someone’s eyes
(a) To protect someone.
(b) To keep oneself warm.
(c) Deceive someone by telling lies.
(d) To pretend to be blind to the other person’s bad behaviour.
Q10. In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the words/sentence.
A warning of impending danger
Sol. After one’s own heart means sharing one’s tastes or views.
Sol. Pull the wool over someone’s eyes means to deceive someone by telling untruths.
Sol. monition means a warning of impending danger.
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