Cloze MCQ 2


40 Questions MCQ Test English for CLAT | Cloze MCQ 2


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QUESTION: 1

Ancestors  and dead relations were believed to punish…(11)… for sins, both of commission  and …(12) …. . The ancestors were the guardians of….(13)…society’s morality, and they chastised those…..(14)…failed in their duty. The explanation….(15)..heard was: ‘He told lies about the ….(16)….and the ancestors killed him,’ or ’…(17).. uncle’s ghost killed him because he…(18)…. to look after his children or his…(19)… felt disgraced by his conduct, ….(20)…killed him’.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 14

Solution:
QUESTION: 2

Ancestors  and dead relations were believed to punish…(11)… for sins, both of commission  and …(12) …. . The ancestors were the guardians of….(13)…society’s morality, and they chastised those…..(14)…failed in their duty. The explanation….(15)..heard was: ‘He told lies about the ….(16)….and the ancestors killed him,’ or ’…(17).. uncle’s ghost killed him because he…(18)…. to look after his children or his…(19)… felt disgraced by his conduct, ….(20)…killed him’.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 11

Solution:
QUESTION: 3

Ancestors  and dead relations were believed to punish…(11)… for sins, both of commission  and …(12) …. . The ancestors were the guardians of….(13)…society’s morality, and they chastised those…..(14)…failed in their duty. The explanation….(15)..heard was: ‘He told lies about the ….(16)….and the ancestors killed him,’ or ’…(17).. uncle’s ghost killed him because he…(18)…. to look after his children or his…(19)… felt disgraced by his conduct, ….(20)…killed him’.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 12

Solution:
QUESTION: 4

Ancestors  and dead relations were believed to punish…(11)… for sins, both of commission  and …(12) …. . The ancestors were the guardians of….(13)…society’s morality, and they chastised those…..(14)…failed in their duty. The explanation….(15)..heard was: ‘He told lies about the ….(16)….and the ancestors killed him,’ or ’…(17).. uncle’s ghost killed him because he…(18)…. to look after his children or his…(19)… felt disgraced by his conduct, ….(20)…killed him’.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 13

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

Ancestors  and dead relations were believed to punish…(11)… for sins, both of commission  and …(12) …. . The ancestors were the guardians of….(13)…society’s morality, and they chastised those…..(14)…failed in their duty. The explanation….(15)..heard was: ‘He told lies about the ….(16)….and the ancestors killed him,’ or ’…(17).. uncle’s ghost killed him because he…(18)…. to look after his children or his…(19)… felt disgraced by his conduct, ….(20)…killed him’.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 15

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

Ancestors  and dead relations were believed to punish…(11)… for sins, both of commission  and …(12) …. . The ancestors were the guardians of….(13)…society’s morality, and they chastised those…..(14)…failed in their duty. The explanation….(15)..heard was: ‘He told lies about the ….(16)….and the ancestors killed him,’ or ’…(17).. uncle’s ghost killed him because he…(18)…. to look after his children or his…(19)… felt disgraced by his conduct, ….(20)…killed him’.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 16

Solution:
QUESTION: 7

Ancestors  and dead relations were believed to punish…(11)… for sins, both of commission  and …(12) …. . The ancestors were the guardians of….(13)…society’s morality, and they chastised those…..(14)…failed in their duty. The explanation….(15)..heard was: ‘He told lies about the ….(16)….and the ancestors killed him,’ or ’…(17).. uncle’s ghost killed him because he…(18)…. to look after his children or his…(19)… felt disgraced by his conduct, ….(20)…killed him’.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 17

Solution:

 

QUESTION: 8

Ancestors  and dead relations were believed to punish…(11)… for sins, both of commission  and …(12) …. . The ancestors were the guardians of….(13)…society’s morality, and they chastised those…..(14)…failed in their duty. The explanation….(15)..heard was: ‘He told lies about the ….(16)….and the ancestors killed him,’ or ’…(17).. uncle’s ghost killed him because he…(18)…. to look after his children or his…(19)… felt disgraced by his conduct, ….(20)…killed him’.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 18

Solution:
QUESTION: 9

Ancestors  and dead relations were believed to punish…(11)… for sins, both of commission  and …(12) …. . The ancestors were the guardians of….(13)…society’s morality, and they chastised those…..(14)…failed in their duty. The explanation….(15)..heard was: ‘He told lies about the ….(16)….and the ancestors killed him,’ or ’…(17).. uncle’s ghost killed him because he…(18)…. to look after his children or his…(19)… felt disgraced by his conduct, ….(20)…killed him’.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 19

Solution:
QUESTION: 10

Ancestors  and dead relations were believed to punish…(11)… for sins, both of commission  and …(12) …. . The ancestors were the guardians of….(13)…society’s morality, and they chastised those…..(14)…failed in their duty. The explanation….(15)..heard was: ‘He told lies about the ….(16)….and the ancestors killed him,’ or ’…(17).. uncle’s ghost killed him because he…(18)…. to look after his children or his…(19)… felt disgraced by his conduct, ….(20)…killed him’.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 20

Solution:
QUESTION: 11

The first problem to be tackled was that of feeding the huge population of the country after Independence. It became (1)____ to adopt (2)____for agricultural development. The (3)____ of multipurpose (4)____with the development of (5)____ as one of its (6)____ components was the (7)____ step towards the provision of (8)____ infrastructure. It was realised that (9)____ is the basic (10)____ in developing agriculture. The total irrigation potential was, therefore, increased.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 1

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

The first problem to be tackled was that of feeding the huge population of the country after Independence. It became (1)____ to adopt (2)____for agricultural development. The (3)____ of multipurpose (4)____with the development of (5)____ as one of its (6)____ components was the (7)____ step towards the provision of (8)____ infrastructure. It was realised that (9)____ is the basic (10)____ in developing agriculture. The total irrigation potential was, therefore, increased.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 2

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

The first problem to be tackled was that of feeding the huge population of the country after Independence. It became (1)____ to adopt (2)____for agricultural development. The (3)____ of multipurpose (4)____with the development of (5)____ as one of its (6)____ components was the (7)____ step towards the provision of (8)____ infrastructure. It was realised that (9)____ is the basic (10)____ in developing agriculture. The total irrigation potential was, therefore, increased.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 3

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

The first problem to be tackled was that of feeding the huge population of the country after Independence. It became (1)____ to adopt (2)____for agricultural development. The (3)____ of multipurpose (4)____with the development of (5)____ as one of its (6)____ components was the (7)____ step towards the provision of (8)____ infrastructure. It was realised that (9)____ is the basic (10)____ in developing agriculture. The total irrigation potential was, therefore, increased.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 4

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

The first problem to be tackled was that of feeding the huge population of the country after Independence. It became (1)____ to adopt (2)____for agricultural development. The (3)____ of multipurpose (4)____with the development of (5)____ as one of its (6)____ components was the (7)____ step towards the provision of (8)____ infrastructure. It was realised that (9)____ is the basic (10)____ in developing agriculture. The total irrigation potential was, therefore, increased.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 5

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

The first problem to be tackled was that of feeding the huge population of the country after Independence. It became (1)____ to adopt (2)____for agricultural development. The (3)____ of multipurpose (4)____with the development of (5)____ as one of its (6)____ components was the (7)____ step towards the provision of (8)____ infrastructure. It was realised that (9)____ is the basic (10)____ in developing agriculture. The total irrigation potential was, therefore, increased.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no.   6

Solution:
QUESTION: 17

The first problem to be tackled was that of feeding the huge population of the country after Independence. It became (1)____ to adopt (2)____for agricultural development. The (3)____ of multipurpose (4)____with the development of (5)____ as one of its (6)____ components was the (7)____ step towards the provision of (8)____ infrastructure. It was realised that (9)____ is the basic (10)____ in developing agriculture. The total irrigation potential was, therefore, increased.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 7

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

The first problem to be tackled was that of feeding the huge population of the country after Independence. It became (1)____ to adopt (2)____for agricultural development. The (3)____ of multipurpose (4)____with the development of (5)____ as one of its (6)____ components was the (7)____ step towards the provision of (8)____ infrastructure. It was realised that (9)____ is the basic (10)____ in developing agriculture. The total irrigation potential was, therefore, increased.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 8

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

The first problem to be tackled was that of feeding the huge population of the country after Independence. It became (1)____ to adopt (2)____for agricultural development. The (3)____ of multipurpose (4)____with the development of (5)____ as one of its (6)____ components was the (7)____ step towards the provision of (8)____ infrastructure. It was realised that (9)____ is the basic (10)____ in developing agriculture. The total irrigation potential was, therefore, increased.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 9

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

The first problem to be tackled was that of feeding the huge population of the country after Independence. It became (1)____ to adopt (2)____for agricultural development. The (3)____ of multipurpose (4)____with the development of (5)____ as one of its (6)____ components was the (7)____ step towards the provision of (8)____ infrastructure. It was realised that (9)____ is the basic (10)____ in developing agriculture. The total irrigation potential was, therefore, increased.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 10

Solution:
QUESTION: 21

Civilisation means outward….(21)… whereas culture means inward perfection. We may be…(22)...today, but we are not cultured. We have trains, aeroplanes and all the modern modes and ….(23).. . This is…(24)…on the road of materialism but we have lost our finer emotions. Civilisation has…..(25)…mystery and romance out of the heart of nature and …..(26)… her beauty and magic. It has placed…..(27)….power in the hands of man, making him a….(28)….. With a single atom or hydrogen bomb, he can rain death and ..(29)…… in millions of innocent creatures. Thus, he is out to….(30)…..himself with his own hands.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 21

Solution:
QUESTION: 22

Civilisation means outward….(21)… whereas culture means inward perfection. We may be…(22)...today, but we are not cultured. We have trains, aeroplanes and all the modern modes and ….(23).. . This is…(24)…on the road of materialism but we have lost our finer emotions. Civilisation has…..(25)…mystery and romance out of the heart of nature and …..(26)… her beauty and magic. It has placed…..(27)….power in the hands of man, making him a….(28)….. With a single atom or hydrogen bomb, he can rain death and ..(29)…… in millions of innocent creatures. Thus, he is out to….(30)…..himself with his own hands.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank no. 22

Solution:
QUESTION: 23

Civilisation means outward….(21)… whereas culture means inward perfection. We may be…(22)...today, but we are not cultured. We have trains, aeroplanes and all the modern modes and ….(23).. . This is…(24)…on the road of materialism but we have lost our finer emotions. Civilisation has…..(25)…mystery and romance out of the heart of nature and …..(26)… her beauty and magic. It has placed…..(27)….power in the hands of man, making him a….(28)….. With a single atom or hydrogen bomb, he can rain death and ..(29)…… in millions of innocent creatures. Thus, he is out to….(30)…..himself with his own hands.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 23

Solution:
QUESTION: 24

Civilisation means outward….(21)… whereas culture means inward perfection. We may be…(22)...today, but we are not cultured. We have trains, aeroplanes and all the modern modes and ….(23).. . This is…(24)…on the road of materialism but we have lost our finer emotions. Civilisation has…..(25)…mystery and romance out of the heart of nature and …..(26)… her beauty and magic. It has placed…..(27)….power in the hands of man, making him a….(28)….. With a single atom or hydrogen bomb, he can rain death and ..(29)…… in millions of innocent creatures. Thus, he is out to….(30)…..himself with his own hands.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 24

Solution:

The correct option is A.
The passage talks about civilization, it means  the purpose of civilization must be to promote and achieve that goal. - The society exists for its individual members -- not the individual members existing for the society.Thus advancement is the best word that fits in this blank.

QUESTION: 25

Civilisation means outward….(21)… whereas culture means inward perfection. We may be…(22)...today, but we are not cultured. We have trains, aeroplanes and all the modern modes and ….(23).. . This is…(24)…on the road of materialism but we have lost our finer emotions. Civilisation has…..(25)…mystery and romance out of the heart of nature and …..(26)… her beauty and magic. It has placed…..(27)….power in the hands of man, making him a….(28)….. With a single atom or hydrogen bomb, he can rain death and ..(29)…… in millions of innocent creatures. Thus, he is out to….(30)…..himself with his own hands.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No.  25

Solution:
QUESTION: 26

Civilisation means outward….(21)… whereas culture means inward perfection. We may be…(22)...today, but we are not cultured. We have trains, aeroplanes and all the modern modes and ….(23).. . This is…(24)…on the road of materialism but we have lost our finer emotions. Civilisation has…..(25)…mystery and romance out of the heart of nature and …..(26)… her beauty and magic. It has placed…..(27)….power in the hands of man, making him a….(28)….. With a single atom or hydrogen bomb, he can rain death and ..(29)…… in millions of innocent creatures. Thus, he is out to….(30)…..himself with his own hands.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No.  26

Solution:
QUESTION: 27

Civilisation means outward….(21)… whereas culture means inward perfection. We may be…(22)...today, but we are not cultured. We have trains, aeroplanes and all the modern modes and ….(23).. . This is…(24)…on the road of materialism but we have lost our finer emotions. Civilisation has…..(25)…mystery and romance out of the heart of nature and …..(26)… her beauty and magic. It has placed…..(27)….power in the hands of man, making him a….(28)….. With a single atom or hydrogen bomb, he can rain death and ..(29)…… in millions of innocent creatures. Thus, he is out to….(30)…..himself with his own hands.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 27

Solution:
QUESTION: 28

Civilisation means outward….(21)… whereas culture means inward perfection. We may be…(22)...today, but we are not cultured. We have trains, aeroplanes and all the modern modes and ….(23).. . This is…(24)…on the road of materialism but we have lost our finer emotions. Civilisation has…..(25)…mystery and romance out of the heart of nature and …..(26)… her beauty and magic. It has placed…..(27)….power in the hands of man, making him a….(28)….. With a single atom or hydrogen bomb, he can rain death and ..(29)…… in millions of innocent creatures. Thus, he is out to….(30)…..himself with his own hands.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 28

Solution:
QUESTION: 29

Civilisation means outward….(21)… whereas culture means inward perfection. We may be…(22)...today, but we are not cultured. We have trains, aeroplanes and all the modern modes and ….(23).. . This is…(24)…on the road of materialism but we have lost our finer emotions. Civilisation has…..(25)…mystery and romance out of the heart of nature and …..(26)… her beauty and magic. It has placed…..(27)….power in the hands of man, making him a….(28)….. With a single atom or hydrogen bomb, he can rain death and ..(29)…… in millions of innocent creatures. Thus, he is out to….(30)…..himself with his own hands.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 29

Solution:

B is the correct option. Dearth means scarcity or lack of something.
so according to the sentence hydrogen bomb can lead to lack of small and innocent creatures like microorganisms, etc.
 

QUESTION: 30

Civilisation means outward….(21)… whereas culture means inward perfection. We may be…(22)...today, but we are not cultured. We have trains, aeroplanes and all the modern modes and ….(23).. . This is…(24)…on the road of materialism but we have lost our finer emotions. Civilisation has…..(25)…mystery and romance out of the heart of nature and …..(26)… her beauty and magic. It has placed…..(27)….power in the hands of man, making him a….(28)….. With a single atom or hydrogen bomb, he can rain death and ..(29)…… in millions of innocent creatures. Thus, he is out to….(30)…..himself with his own hands.

Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 30

Solution:
QUESTION: 31

Each species has its special place or habitat. An (31)____  bird watcher can look at (32)____forest, meadow, lake , swamp or field and (33)____ almost exactly what birds he (34)____find there (35)____birds are found all over the world; others (36)____ themselves to certain areas. Still (37)____migrate from one country to another in (38)____in search of warmth and (39)____, and then return in spring,(40)____the season is more favourable.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 31

Solution:
QUESTION: 32

Each species has its special place or habitat. An (31)____  bird watcher can look at (32)____forest, meadow, lake , swamp or field and (33)____ almost exactly what birds he (34)____find there (35)____birds are found all over the world; others (36)____ themselves to certain areas. Still (37)____migrate from one country to another in (38)____in search of warmth and (39)____, and then return in spring,(40)____the season is more favourable.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 32

Solution:
QUESTION: 33

Each species has its special place or habitat. An (31)____  bird watcher can look at (32)____forest, meadow, lake , swamp or field and (33)____ almost exactly what birds he (34)____find there (35)____birds are found all over the world; others (36)____ themselves to certain areas. Still (37)____migrate from one country to another in (38)____in search of warmth and (39)____, and then return in spring,(40)____the season is more favourable.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 33

Solution:
QUESTION: 34

Each species has its special place or habitat. An (31)____  bird watcher can look at (32)____forest, meadow, lake , swamp or field and (33)____ almost exactly what birds he (34)____find there (35)____birds are found all over the world; others (36)____ themselves to certain areas. Still (37)____migrate from one country to another in (38)____in search of warmth and (39)____, and then return in spring,(40)____the season is more favourable.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 34

Solution:
QUESTION: 35

Each species has its special place or habitat. An (31)____  bird watcher can look at (32)____forest, meadow, lake , swamp or field and (33)____ almost exactly what birds he (34)____find there (35)____birds are found all over the world; others (36)____ themselves to certain areas. Still (37)____migrate from one country to another in (38)____in search of warmth and (39)____, and then return in spring,(40)____the season is more favourable.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 35

Solution:
QUESTION: 36

Each species has its special place or habitat. An (31)____  bird watcher can look at (32)____forest, meadow, lake , swamp or field and (33)____ almost exactly what birds he (34)____find there (35)____birds are found all over the world; others (36)____ themselves to certain areas. Still (37)____migrate from one country to another in (38)____in search of warmth and (39)____, and then return in spring,(40)____the season is more favourable.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 36

Solution:
QUESTION: 37

Each species has its special place or habitat. An (31)____  bird watcher can look at (32)____forest, meadow, lake , swamp or field and (33)____ almost exactly what birds he (34)____find there (35)____birds are found all over the world; others (36)____ themselves to certain areas. Still (37)____migrate from one country to another in (38)____in search of warmth and (39)____, and then return in spring,(40)____the season is more favourable.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 37

Solution:
QUESTION: 38

Each species has its special place or habitat. An (31)____  bird watcher can look at (32)____forest, meadow, lake , swamp or field and (33)____ almost exactly what birds he (34)____find there (35)____birds are found all over the world; others (36)____ themselves to certain areas. Still (37)____migrate from one country to another in (38)____in search of warmth and (39)____, and then return in spring,(40)____the season is more favourable.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 38

Solution:
QUESTION: 39

Each species has its special place or habitat. An (31)____  bird watcher can look at (32)____forest, meadow, lake , swamp or field and (33)____ almost exactly what birds he (34)____find there (35)____birds are found all over the world; others (36)____ themselves to certain areas. Still (37)____migrate from one country to another in (38)____in search of warmth and (39)____, and then return in spring,(40)____the season is more favourable.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 39

Solution:
QUESTION: 40

Each species has its special place or habitat. An (31)____  bird watcher can look at (32)____forest, meadow, lake , swamp or field and (33)____ almost exactly what birds he (34)____find there (35)____birds are found all over the world; others (36)____ themselves to certain areas. Still (37)____migrate from one country to another in (38)____in search of warmth and (39)____, and then return in spring,(40)____the season is more favourable.

Q. Find the word most appropriate for Blank No. 40

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