Test: Reading Comprehension- 2


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QUESTION: 1

Read the brochure and answer the questions that follow.

Want to be a reporter?

Do you like to conduct interviews? Do you find gathering information exciting? Are you up for some real-life action? Here’s your chance to do all of these things. A leading English newspaper is looking for reporters.

Key responsibilities

  • Tracking latest news stories
  • Collecting information on current events
  • Investigating/finding interesting and important news pieces
  • Preparing reports that are factually verified
  • Interviewing personalities as and when required

Abilities required

  • Should have a “nose for news”
  • Should have excellent communication skills
  • Must be able to interact with people
  • Must be observant with great listening skills
  • Responsible
  • Keen to uncover the truth and does not meddle facts with false information

Qualifications Required

  • A degree in journalism or mass communication
  • Prior experience in the same field will also count

Warning

There will be distractions, tight deadlines and stress-filled days. May have to forgo weekends and holidays.

Q. What are the qualifications required for this job?

Solution:
QUESTION: 2

Read the brochure and answer the questions that follow.

Want to be a reporter?

Do you like to conduct interviews? Do you find gathering information exciting? Are you up for some real-life action? Here’s your chance to do all of these things. A leading English newspaper is looking for reporters.

Key responsibilities

  • Tracking latest news stories
  • Collecting information on current events
  • Investigating/finding interesting and important news pieces
  • Preparing reports that are factually verified
  • Interviewing personalities as and when required

Abilities required

  • Should have a “nose for news”
  • Should have excellent communication skills
  • Must be able to interact with people
  • Must be observant with great listening skills
  • Responsible
  • Keen to uncover the truth and does not meddle facts with false information

Qualifications Required

  • A degree in journalism or mass communication
  • Prior experience in the same field will also count

Warning

There will be distractions, tight deadlines and stress-filled days. May have to forgo weekends and holidays.

Q. Taking up this job might mean giving up on ___________.

Solution:
QUESTION: 3

Read the brochure and answer the questions that follow.

Want to be a reporter?

Do you like to conduct interviews? Do you find gathering information exciting? Are you up for some real-life action? Here’s your chance to do all of these things. A leading English newspaper is looking for reporters.

Key responsibilities

  • Tracking latest news stories
  • Collecting information on current events
  • Investigating/finding interesting and important news pieces
  • Preparing reports that are factually verified
  • Interviewing personalities as and when required

Abilities required

  • Should have a “nose for news”
  • Should have excellent communication skills
  • Must be able to interact with people
  • Must be observant with great listening skills
  • Responsible
  • Keen to uncover the truth and does not meddle facts with false information

Qualifications Required

  • A degree in journalism or mass communication
  • Prior experience in the same field will also count

Warning

There will be distractions, tight deadlines and stress-filled days. May have to forgo weekends and holidays.

Q. Who is looking for reporters?

Solution:
QUESTION: 4

Read the brochure and answer the questions that follow.

Want to be a reporter?

Do you like to conduct interviews? Do you find gathering information exciting? Are you up for some real-life action? Here’s your chance to do all of these things. A leading English newspaper is looking for reporters.

Key responsibilities

  • Tracking latest news stories
  • Collecting information on current events
  • Investigating/finding interesting and important news pieces
  • Preparing reports that are factually verified
  • Interviewing personalities as and when required

Abilities required

  • Should have a “nose for news”
  • Should have excellent communication skills
  • Must be able to interact with people
  • Must be observant with great listening skills
  • Responsible
  • Keen to uncover the truth and does not meddle facts with false information

Qualifications Required

  • A degree in journalism or mass communication
  • Prior experience in the same field will also count

Warning

There will be distractions, tight deadlines and stress-filled days. May have to forgo weekends and holidays.

Q. What are two essential skills for this job?

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

Read the brochure and answer the questions that follow.

Want to be a reporter?

Do you like to conduct interviews? Do you find gathering information exciting? Are you up for some real-life action? Here’s your chance to do all of these things. A leading English newspaper is looking for reporters.

Key responsibilities

  • Tracking latest news stories
  • Collecting information on current events
  • Investigating/finding interesting and important news pieces
  • Preparing reports that are factually verified
  • Interviewing personalities as and when required

Abilities required

  • Should have a “nose for news”
  • Should have excellent communication skills
  • Must be able to interact with people
  • Must be observant with great listening skills
  • Responsible
  • Keen to uncover the truth and does not meddle facts with false information

Qualifications Required

  • A degree in journalism or mass communication
  • Prior experience in the same field will also count

Warning

There will be distractions, tight deadlines and stress-filled days. May have to forgo weekends and holidays.

Q. Which of these words is a synonym of the word ‘reporter’?

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

Read the brochure and answer the questions that follow.

Yoga Classes for Kids and Teenagers
15th September – 14th October
Age 6-11 years 4.15 pm-5.30 pm
Age 12-16 years 6 pm-7.15 pm
Price: Rs 3,000 per person

Your kids will have an opportunity to

  • Understand the importance of mental and physical health
  • Develop flexibility, strength, stamina, agility, balance and coordination
  • Learn the importance of good posture
  • Focus on internal welfare and relaxation
  • Feel positive and cope better with stress
  • Increase concentration, self-discipline and inner strength
  • Build self-confidence, motivation and persistence to achieve goals

To book a seat call
999999999
Or email: yogaclasses@yoga.com
Address: House no. 1215
Greater Kailash
Z block
New Delhi

Q. Which of these things can NOT be learned at these classes?

Solution:
QUESTION: 7

Read the brochure and answer the questions that follow.

Yoga Classes for Kids and Teenagers
15th September – 14th October
Age 6-11 years 4.15 pm-5.30 pm
Age 12-16 years 6 pm-7.15 pm
Price: Rs 3,000 per person

Your kids will have an opportunity to

  • Understand the importance of mental and physical health
  • Develop flexibility, strength, stamina, agility, balance and coordination
  • Learn the importance of good posture
  • Focus on internal welfare and relaxation
  • Feel positive and cope better with stress
  • Increase concentration, self-discipline and inner strength
  • Build self-confidence, motivation and persistence to achieve goals

To book a seat call
999999999
Or email: yogaclasses@yoga.com
Address: House no. 1215
Greater Kailash
Z block
New Delhi

Q. What is the meaning of the word ‘agility’?

Solution:
QUESTION: 8

Read the brochure and answer the questions that follow.

Yoga Classes for Kids and Teenagers
15th September – 14th October
Age 6-11 years 4.15 pm-5.30 pm
Age 12-16 years 6 pm-7.15 pm
Price: Rs 3,000 per person

Your kids will have an opportunity to

  • Understand the importance of mental and physical health
  • Develop flexibility, strength, stamina, agility, balance and coordination
  • Learn the importance of good posture
  • Focus on internal welfare and relaxation
  • Feel positive and cope better with stress
  • Increase concentration, self-discipline and inner strength
  • Build self-confidence, motivation and persistence to achieve goals

To book a seat call
999999999
Or email: yogaclasses@yoga.com
Address: House no. 1215
Greater Kailash
Z block
New Delhi

Q. What is the duration of the course?

Solution:
QUESTION: 9

Read the brochure and answer the questions that follow.

Yoga Classes for Kids and Teenagers
15th September – 14th October
Age 6-11 years 4.15 pm-5.30 pm
Age 12-16 years 6 pm-7.15 pm
Price: Rs 3,000 per person

Your kids will have an opportunity to

  • Understand the importance of mental and physical health
  • Develop flexibility, strength, stamina, agility, balance and coordination
  • Learn the importance of good posture
  • Focus on internal welfare and relaxation
  • Feel positive and cope better with stress
  • Increase concentration, self-discipline and inner strength
  • Build self-confidence, motivation and persistence to achieve goals

To book a seat call
999999999
Or email: yogaclasses@yoga.com
Address: House no. 1215
Greater Kailash
Z block
New Delhi

Q. What is the duration of the classes?

Solution:
QUESTION: 10

Read the brochure and answer the questions that follow.

Yoga Classes for Kids and Teenagers
15th September – 14th October
Age 6-11 years 4.15 pm-5.30 pm
Age 12-16 years 6 pm-7.15 pm
Price: Rs 3,000 per person

Your kids will have an opportunity to

  • Understand the importance of mental and physical health
  • Develop flexibility, strength, stamina, agility, balance and coordination
  • Learn the importance of good posture
  • Focus on internal welfare and relaxation
  • Feel positive and cope better with stress
  • Increase concentration, self-discipline and inner strength
  • Build self-confidence, motivation and persistence to achieve goals

To book a seat call
999999999
Or email: yogaclasses@yoga.com
Address: House no. 1215
Greater Kailash
Z block
New Delhi

Q. What is the timing of the class for teenagers?

Solution:
QUESTION: 11

Read the letter and answer the questions that follow.
Dear Mom and Dad,
I’m enjoying my holidays at Grandma’s home in Kolkata. I am in love with the city and don’t intend to come back for a while. Kolkata is a huge city and is always bustling with life. Someone had rightly named it the “city of joy”. The streets are always filled with people from all races of life. In fact you will spot numerous travellers, like me, walking past its colonial monuments and enjoying the rich culture of the city.
There are museums, planetariums, libraries, cricket grounds and football stadiums, amusement parks and what not – each telling its own story from the past. I have already covered quite a few of these attractions. I visited the Nicco Park, the huge amusement park, which is often referred to as the Disneyland of Kolkata. I watched a starry show at the Birla Planetarium, which is the largest of its kind in Asia and the second largest in the world. I paid a visit to the Science Museum and the Botanical Gardens as well. The Botanical Gardens houses some 12,000 trees! Today Grandma and I are going to visit the Alipore Zoo. Grandma was saying the zoo displays a large number of animals including the Royal Bengal Tiger, African Lion, jaguar, hippopotamus, Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros, Reticulated Giraffe, Grant’s Zebra, Emu, Dromedary Camel and Indian Elephant. It is also a great picnic spot. It’s very hot in Kolkata. Grandma and I often spend the afternoons eating ice lollies. Grandma cooks me a lot of good food. In the evenings we take Sasha to the park. Sasha likes running and playing with a ball. I throw the ball. Sasha runs after it and brings it back to me. The children in the park love Sasha. Grandma sends her love. I will write back soon again.
Love,
Bikash

Q. Who do you think Sasha is?

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

Read the letter and answer the questions that follow.
Dear Mom and Dad,
I’m enjoying my holidays at Grandma’s home in Kolkata. I am in love with the city and don’t intend to come back for a while. Kolkata is a huge city and is always bustling with life. Someone had rightly named it the “city of joy”. The streets are always filled with people from all races of life. In fact you will spot numerous travellers, like me, walking past its colonial monuments and enjoying the rich culture of the city.
There are museums, planetariums, libraries, cricket grounds and football stadiums, amusement parks and what not – each telling its own story from the past. I have already covered quite a few of these attractions. I visited the Nicco Park, the huge amusement park, which is often referred to as the Disneyland of Kolkata. I watched a starry show at the Birla Planetarium, which is the largest of its kind in Asia and the second largest in the world. I paid a visit to the Science Museum and the Botanical Gardens as well. The Botanical Gardens houses some 12,000 trees! Today Grandma and I are going to visit the Alipore Zoo. Grandma was saying the zoo displays a large number of animals including the Royal Bengal Tiger, African Lion, jaguar, hippopotamus, Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros, Reticulated Giraffe, Grant’s Zebra, Emu, Dromedary Camel and Indian Elephant. It is also a great picnic spot. It’s very hot in Kolkata. Grandma and I often spend the afternoons eating ice lollies. Grandma cooks me a lot of good food. In the evenings we take Sasha to the park. Sasha likes running and playing with a ball. I throw the ball. Sasha runs after it and brings it back to me. The children in the park love Sasha. Grandma sends her love. I will write back soon again.
Love,
Bikash

Q. Which of these animals will not be found in the Alipore Zoo?

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

Read the letter and answer the questions that follow.
Dear Mom and Dad,
I’m enjoying my holidays at Grandma’s home in Kolkata. I am in love with the city and don’t intend to come back for a while. Kolkata is a huge city and is always bustling with life. Someone had rightly named it the “city of joy”. The streets are always filled with people from all races of life. In fact you will spot numerous travellers, like me, walking past its colonial monuments and enjoying the rich culture of the city.
There are museums, planetariums, libraries, cricket grounds and football stadiums, amusement parks and what not – each telling its own story from the past. I have already covered quite a few of these attractions. I visited the Nicco Park, the huge amusement park, which is often referred to as the Disneyland of Kolkata. I watched a starry show at the Birla Planetarium, which is the largest of its kind in Asia and the second largest in the world. I paid a visit to the Science Museum and the Botanical Gardens as well. The Botanical Gardens houses some 12,000 trees! Today Grandma and I are going to visit the Alipore Zoo. Grandma was saying the zoo displays a large number of animals including the Royal Bengal Tiger, African Lion, jaguar, hippopotamus, Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros, Reticulated Giraffe, Grant’s Zebra, Emu, Dromedary Camel and Indian Elephant. It is also a great picnic spot. It’s very hot in Kolkata. Grandma and I often spend the afternoons eating ice lollies. Grandma cooks me a lot of good food. In the evenings we take Sasha to the park. Sasha likes running and playing with a ball. I throw the ball. Sasha runs after it and brings it back to me. The children in the park love Sasha. Grandma sends her love. I will write back soon again.
Love,
Bikash

Q. What kind of a place is Nicco Park?

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

Read the letter and answer the questions that follow.
Dear Mom and Dad,
I’m enjoying my holidays at Grandma’s home in Kolkata. I am in love with the city and don’t intend to come back for a while. Kolkata is a huge city and is always bustling with life. Someone had rightly named it the “city of joy”. The streets are always filled with people from all races of life. In fact you will spot numerous travellers, like me, walking past its colonial monuments and enjoying the rich culture of the city.
There are museums, planetariums, libraries, cricket grounds and football stadiums, amusement parks and what not – each telling its own story from the past. I have already covered quite a few of these attractions. I visited the Nicco Park, the huge amusement park, which is often referred to as the Disneyland of Kolkata. I watched a starry show at the Birla Planetarium, which is the largest of its kind in Asia and the second largest in the world. I paid a visit to the Science Museum and the Botanical Gardens as well. The Botanical Gardens houses some 12,000 trees! Today Grandma and I are going to visit the Alipore Zoo. Grandma was saying the zoo displays a large number of animals including the Royal Bengal Tiger, African Lion, jaguar, hippopotamus, Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros, Reticulated Giraffe, Grant’s Zebra, Emu, Dromedary Camel and Indian Elephant. It is also a great picnic spot. It’s very hot in Kolkata. Grandma and I often spend the afternoons eating ice lollies. Grandma cooks me a lot of good food. In the evenings we take Sasha to the park. Sasha likes running and playing with a ball. I throw the ball. Sasha runs after it and brings it back to me. The children in the park love Sasha. Grandma sends her love. I will write back soon again.
Love,
Bikash

Q. Which of these places in Kolkata has Bikash NOT visited?

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

Read the letter and answer the questions that follow.
Dear Mom and Dad,
I’m enjoying my holidays at Grandma’s home in Kolkata. I am in love with the city and don’t intend to come back for a while. Kolkata is a huge city and is always bustling with life. Someone had rightly named it the “city of joy”. The streets are always filled with people from all races of life. In fact you will spot numerous travellers, like me, walking past its colonial monuments and enjoying the rich culture of the city.
There are museums, planetariums, libraries, cricket grounds and football stadiums, amusement parks and what not – each telling its own story from the past. I have already covered quite a few of these attractions. I visited the Nicco Park, the huge amusement park, which is often referred to as the Disneyland of Kolkata. I watched a starry show at the Birla Planetarium, which is the largest of its kind in Asia and the second largest in the world. I paid a visit to the Science Museum and the Botanical Gardens as well. The Botanical Gardens houses some 12,000 trees! Today Grandma and I are going to visit the Alipore Zoo. Grandma was saying the zoo displays a large number of animals including the Royal Bengal Tiger, African Lion, jaguar, hippopotamus, Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros, Reticulated Giraffe, Grant’s Zebra, Emu, Dromedary Camel and Indian Elephant. It is also a great picnic spot. It’s very hot in Kolkata. Grandma and I often spend the afternoons eating ice lollies. Grandma cooks me a lot of good food. In the evenings we take Sasha to the park. Sasha likes running and playing with a ball. I throw the ball. Sasha runs after it and brings it back to me. The children in the park love Sasha. Grandma sends her love. I will write back soon again.
Love,
Bikash

Q. How many trees are there at the Botanical Gardens?

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