# NABARD Manager English Mock Test 8

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QUESTION: 3

### While the government ___B1___ in its latest Economic Survey that the proverty ratio has ___B2___ to 26 per cent, it cannot ___B3___ itself for distributing food to the ___B4___ poor in a ___B5___ manner. The latest large sample survey data on consumption expenditure (on a 30-day recall) by NSSO's 55th Round ___B6___ that poverty in rural areas declined to 27 per cent and in urban areas to 23.6 per cent. Even so, the number of poor is ___B7___ at 260 million people, who are not getting ___B8___ food ___B9___ the grain mountain which has become a costly ___B10___ for the administration. Q. Appropriate word at B3 is

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QUESTION: 4

While the government ___B1___ in its latest Economic Survey that the proverty ratio has ___B2___ to 26 per cent, it cannot ___B3___ itself for distributing food to the ___B4___ poor in a ___B5___ manner. The latest large sample survey data on consumption expenditure (on a 30-day recall) by NSSO's 55th Round ___B6___ that poverty in rural areas declined to 27 per cent and in urban areas to 23.6 per cent. Even so, the number of poor is ___B7___ at 260 million people, who are not getting ___B8___ food ___B9___ the grain mountain which has become a costly ___B10___ for the administration.

Q. Appropriate word at B4 is

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QUESTION: 5

While the government ___B1___ in its latest Economic Survey that the proverty ratio has ___B2___ to 26 per cent, it cannot ___B3___ itself for distributing food to the ___B4___ poor in a ___B5___ manner. The latest large sample survey data on consumption expenditure (on a 30-day recall) by NSSO's 55th Round ___B6___ that poverty in rural areas declined to 27 per cent and in urban areas to 23.6 per cent. Even so, the number of poor is ___B7___ at 260 million people, who are not getting ___B8___ food ___B9___ the grain mountain which has become a costly ___B10___ for the administration.

Q. Appropriate word at B5 is

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QUESTION: 6

While the government ___B1___ in its latest Economic Survey that the proverty ratio has ___B2___ to 26 per cent, it cannot ___B3___ itself for distributing food to the ___B4___ poor in a ___B5___ manner. The latest large sample survey data on consumption expenditure (on a 30-day recall) by NSSO's 55th Round ___B6___ that poverty in rural areas declined to 27 per cent and in urban areas to 23.6 per cent. Even so, the number of poor is ___B7___ at 260 million people, who are not getting ___B8___ food ___B9___ the grain mountain which has become a costly ___B10___ for the administration.

Q. Appropriate word at B6 is

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QUESTION: 7

While the government ___B1___ in its latest Economic Survey that the proverty ratio has ___B2___ to 26 per cent, it cannot ___B3___ itself for distributing food to the ___B4___ poor in a ___B5___ manner. The latest large sample survey data on consumption expenditure (on a 30-day recall) by NSSO's 55th Round ___B6___ that poverty in rural areas declined to 27 per cent and in urban areas to 23.6 per cent. Even so, the number of poor is ___B7___ at 260 million people, who are not getting ___B8___ food ___B9___ the grain mountain which has become a costly ___B10___ for the administration.

Q. Appropriate word at B7 is

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QUESTION: 8

While the government ___B1___ in its latest Economic Survey that the proverty ratio has ___B2___ to 26 per cent, it cannot ___B3___ itself for distributing food to the ___B4___ poor in a ___B5___ manner. The latest large sample survey data on consumption expenditure (on a 30-day recall) by NSSO's 55th Round ___B6___ that poverty in rural areas declined to 27 per cent and in urban areas to 23.6 per cent. Even so, the number of poor is ___B7___ at 260 million people, who are not getting ___B8___ food ___B9___ the grain mountain which has become a costly ___B10___ for the administration.

Q. Appropriate word at B8 is

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QUESTION: 9

While the government ___B1___ in its latest Economic Survey that the proverty ratio has ___B2___ to 26 per cent, it cannot ___B3___ itself for distributing food to the ___B4___ poor in a ___B5___ manner. The latest large sample survey data on consumption expenditure (on a 30-day recall) by NSSO's 55th Round ___B6___ that poverty in rural areas declined to 27 per cent and in urban areas to 23.6 per cent. Even so, the number of poor is ___B7___ at 260 million people, who are not getting ___B8___ food ___B9___ the grain mountain which has become a costly ___B10___ for the administration.

Q. Appropriate word at B9 is

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QUESTION: 10

While the government ___B1___ in its latest Economic Survey that the proverty ratio has ___B2___ to 26 per cent, it cannot ___B3___ itself for distributing food to the ___B4___ poor in a ___B5___ manner. The latest large sample survey data on consumption expenditure (on a 30-day recall) by NSSO's 55th Round ___B6___ that poverty in rural areas declined to 27 per cent and in urban areas to 23.6 per cent. Even so, the number of poor is ___B7___ at 260 million people, who are not getting ___B8___ food ___B9___ the grain mountain which has become a costly ___B10___ for the administration.

Q. Appropriate word at B10 is

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QUESTION: 11

What are the good parts of our civilization ? First and foremost there are order and safety. If today I have a quarrel with another man, I do not get beaten merely because I am physically weaker and he can kick me down. I go to law, and the law will decide as fairly as it can between the two of us. Thus in disputes between man and man right has taken the place of might. Moreover, the law protects me from robbery and violence. Nobody may come and break into my house, steal my goods or run off with my children. Of course, there are burglars, but they are very rare, and the law punishes them whenever it catches them. It is difficult for us to realize how much this safety means. Without safety these higher acti-vities of mankind which make up civilization could not go on. The inventor could not invent, the scientist find out or the artist make beautiful things. Hence, order and safety, although they are not themselves civilization are things without which civilization would be impossible. They are as necessary to our civilization as the air we breathe is to us; and we have grown so used to them that we do not notice them any more than we notice the air. Another great achievement of our civilization is that today civilized men are largely free from the fear of pain. They still fall ill, but illness is no longer the terrible thing it used to be.... Not only do men and women enjoy better health; they live longer than they ever did before, and they have a much better chance of growing up.... Thirdly, our civilization is more secure than any that have gone before it. This is because it is much more widely spread.... Previous civilizations were specialized and limited, they were like oases in a desert.

Q. What is the first merit of our civilization ?

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QUESTION: 12

What are the good parts of our civilization ? First and foremost there are order and safety. If today I have a quarrel with another man, I do not get beaten merely because I am physically weaker and he can kick me down. I go to law, and the law will decide as fairly as it can between the two of us. Thus in disputes between man and man right has taken the place of might. Moreover, the law protects me from robbery and violence. Nobody may come and break into my house, steal my goods or run off with my children. Of course, there are burglars, but they are very rare, and the law punishes them whenever it catches them. It is difficult for us to realize how much this safety means. Without safety these higher acti-vities of mankind which make up civilization could not go on. The inventor could not invent, the scientist find out or the artist make beautiful things. Hence, order and safety, although they are not themselves civilization are things without which civilization would be impossible. They are as necessary to our civilization as the air we breathe is to us; and we have grown so used to them that we do not notice them any more than we notice the air. Another great achievement of our civilization is that today civilized men are largely free from the fear of pain. They still fall ill, but illness is no longer the terrible thing it used to be.... Not only do men and women enjoy better health; they live longer than they ever did before, and they have a much better chance of growing up.... Thirdly, our civilization is more secure than any that have gone before it. This is because it is much more widely spread.... Previous civilizations were specialized and limited, they were like oases in a desert.

Q. Now-a-days a physically weak man is provided protection by :

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QUESTION: 13

What are the good parts of our civilization ? First and foremost there are order and safety. If today I have a quarrel with another man, I do not get beaten merely because I am physically weaker and he can kick me down. I go to law, and the law will decide as fairly as it can between the two of us. Thus in disputes between man and man right has taken the place of might. Moreover, the law protects me from robbery and violence. Nobody may come and break into my house, steal my goods or run off with my children. Of course, there are burglars, but they are very rare, and the law punishes them whenever it catches them. It is difficult for us to realize how much this safety means. Without safety these higher acti-vities of mankind which make up civilization could not go on. The inventor could not invent, the scientist find out or the artist make beautiful things. Hence, order and safety, although they are not themselves civilization are things without which civilization would be impossible. They are as necessary to our civilization as the air we breathe is to us; and we have grown so used to them that we do not notice them any more than we notice the air. Another great achievement of our civilization is that today civilized men are largely free from the fear of pain. They still fall ill, but illness is no longer the terrible thing it used to be.... Not only do men and women enjoy better health; they live longer than they ever did before, and they have a much better chance of growing up.... Thirdly, our civilization is more secure than any that have gone before it. This is because it is much more widely spread.... Previous civilizations were specialized and limited, they were like oases in a desert.

B. In olden days the rule of life was :

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QUESTION: 14

What are the good parts of our civilization ? First and foremost there are order and safety. If today I have a quarrel with another man, I do not get beaten merely because I am physically weaker and he can kick me down. I go to law, and the law will decide as fairly as it can between the two of us. Thus in disputes between man and man right has taken the place of might. Moreover, the law protects me from robbery and violence. Nobody may come and break into my house, steal my goods or run off with my children. Of course, there are burglars, but they are very rare, and the law punishes them whenever it catches them. It is difficult for us to realize how much this safety means. Without safety these higher acti-vities of mankind which make up civilization could not go on. The inventor could not invent, the scientist find out or the artist make beautiful things. Hence, order and safety, although they are not themselves civilization are things without which civilization would be impossible. They are as necessary to our civilization as the air we breathe is to us; and we have grown so used to them that we do not notice them any more than we notice the air. Another great achievement of our civilization is that today civilized men are largely free from the fear of pain. They still fall ill, but illness is no longer the terrible thing it used to be.... Not only do men and women enjoy better health; they live longer than they ever did before, and they have a much better chance of growing up.... Thirdly, our civilization is more secure than any that have gone before it. This is because it is much more widely spread.... Previous civilizations were specialized and limited, they were like oases in a desert.

Q. The essential condition for the promotion of higher activities of life is:

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QUESTION: 15

What are the good parts of our civilization ? First and foremost there are order and safety. If today I have a quarrel with another man, I do not get beaten merely because I am physically weaker and he can kick me down. I go to law, and the law will decide as fairly as it can between the two of us. Thus in disputes between man and man right has taken the place of might. Moreover, the law protects me from robbery and violence. Nobody may come and break into my house, steal my goods or run off with my children. Of course, there are burglars, but they are very rare, and the law punishes them whenever it catches them. It is difficult for us to realize how much this safety means. Without safety these higher acti-vities of mankind which make up civilization could not go on. The inventor could not invent, the scientist find out or the artist make beautiful things. Hence, order and safety, although they are not themselves civilization are things without which civilization would be impossible. They are as necessary to our civilization as the air we breathe is to us; and we have grown so used to them that we do not notice them any more than we notice the air. Another great achievement of our civilization is that today civilized men are largely free from the fear of pain. They still fall ill, but illness is no longer the terrible thing it used to be.... Not only do men and women enjoy better health; they live longer than they ever did before, and they have a much better chance of growing up.... Thirdly, our civilization is more secure than any that have gone before it. This is because it is much more widely spread.... Previous civilizations were specialized and limited, they were like oases in a desert.

Q. What according to the author, is the second merit of the present civilization?

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QUESTION: 16

What are the good parts of our civilization ? First and foremost there are order and safety. If today I have a quarrel with another man, I do not get beaten merely because I am physically weaker and he can kick me down. I go to law, and the law will decide as fairly as it can between the two of us. Thus in disputes between man and man right has taken the place of might. Moreover, the law protects me from robbery and violence. Nobody may come and break into my house, steal my goods or run off with my children. Of course, there are burglars, but they are very rare, and the law punishes them whenever it catches them. It is difficult for us to realize how much this safety means. Without safety these higher acti-vities of mankind which make up civilization could not go on. The inventor could not invent, the scientist find out or the artist make beautiful things. Hence, order and safety, although they are not themselves civilization are things without which civilization would be impossible. They are as necessary to our civilization as the air we breathe is to us; and we have grown so used to them that we do not notice them any more than we notice the air. Another great achievement of our civilization is that today civilized men are largely free from the fear of pain. They still fall ill, but illness is no longer the terrible thing it used to be.... Not only do men and women enjoy better health; they live longer than they ever did before, and they have a much better chance of growing up.... Thirdly, our civilization is more secure than any that have gone before it. This is because it is much more widely spread.... Previous civilizations were specialized and limited, they were like oases in a desert.

Q. What according to the author has the freedom from the fear of pair led to ?

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QUESTION: 17

What are the good parts of our civilization ? First and foremost there are order and safety. If today I have a quarrel with another man, I do not get beaten merely because I am physically weaker and he can kick me down. I go to law, and the law will decide as fairly as it can between the two of us. Thus in disputes between man and man right has taken the place of might. Moreover, the law protects me from robbery and violence. Nobody may come and break into my house, steal my goods or run off with my children. Of course, there are burglars, but they are very rare, and the law punishes them whenever it catches them. It is difficult for us to realize how much this safety means. Without safety these higher acti-vities of mankind which make up civilization could not go on. The inventor could not invent, the scientist find out or the artist make beautiful things. Hence, order and safety, although they are not themselves civilization are things without which civilization would be impossible. They are as necessary to our civilization as the air we breathe is to us; and we have grown so used to them that we do not notice them any more than we notice the air. Another great achievement of our civilization is that today civilized men are largely free from the fear of pain. They still fall ill, but illness is no longer the terrible thing it used to be.... Not only do men and women enjoy better health; they live longer than they ever did before, and they have a much better chance of growing up.... Thirdly, our civilization is more secure than any that have gone before it. This is because it is much more widely spread.... Previous civilizations were specialized and limited, they were like oases in a desert.

Q. The third merit of the present civilization, according to the author, is:

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QUESTION: 18

What are the good parts of our civilization ? First and foremost there are order and safety. If today I have a quarrel with another man, I do not get beaten merely because I am physically weaker and he can kick me down. I go to law, and the law will decide as fairly as it can between the two of us. Thus in disputes between man and man right has taken the place of might. Moreover, the law protects me from robbery and violence. Nobody may come and break into my house, steal my goods or run off with my children. Of course, there are burglars, but they are very rare, and the law punishes them whenever it catches them. It is difficult for us to realize how much this safety means. Without safety these higher acti-vities of mankind which make up civilization could not go on. The inventor could not invent, the scientist find out or the artist make beautiful things. Hence, order and safety, although they are not themselves civilization are things without which civilization would be impossible. They are as necessary to our civilization as the air we breathe is to us; and we have grown so used to them that we do not notice them any more than we notice the air. Another great achievement of our civilization is that today civilized men are largely free from the fear of pain. They still fall ill, but illness is no longer the terrible thing it used to be.... Not only do men and women enjoy better health; they live longer than they ever did before, and they have a much better chance of growing up.... Thirdly, our civilization is more secure than any that have gone before it. This is because it is much more widely spread.... Previous civilizations were specialized and limited, they were like oases in a desert.

Q. 'They were like oases in a desert' what does it mean ?

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QUESTION: 19

What are the good parts of our civilization ? First and foremost there are order and safety. If today I have a quarrel with another man, I do not get beaten merely because I am physically weaker and he can kick me down. I go to law, and the law will decide as fairly as it can between the two of us. Thus in disputes between man and man right has taken the place of might. Moreover, the law protects me from robbery and violence. Nobody may come and break into my house, steal my goods or run off with my children. Of course, there are burglars, but they are very rare, and the law punishes them whenever it catches them. It is difficult for us to realize how much this safety means. Without safety these higher acti-vities of mankind which make up civilization could not go on. The inventor could not invent, the scientist find out or the artist make beautiful things. Hence, order and safety, although they are not themselves civilization are things without which civilization would be impossible. They are as necessary to our civilization as the air we breathe is to us; and we have grown so used to them that we do not notice them any more than we notice the air. Another great achievement of our civilization is that today civilized men are largely free from the fear of pain. They still fall ill, but illness is no longer the terrible thing it used to be.... Not only do men and women enjoy better health; they live longer than they ever did before, and they have a much better chance of growing up.... Thirdly, our civilization is more secure than any that have gone before it. This is because it is much more widely spread.... Previous civilizations were specialized and limited, they were like oases in a desert.

Q. The present civilization :

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QUESTION: 20

What are the good parts of our civilization ? First and foremost there are order and safety. If today I have a quarrel with another man, I do not get beaten merely because I am physically weaker and he can kick me down. I go to law, and the law will decide as fairly as it can between the two of us. Thus in disputes between man and man right has taken the place of might. Moreover, the law protects me from robbery and violence. Nobody may come and break into my house, steal my goods or run off with my children. Of course, there are burglars, but they are very rare, and the law punishes them whenever it catches them. It is difficult for us to realize how much this safety means. Without safety these higher acti-vities of mankind which make up civilization could not go on. The inventor could not invent, the scientist find out or the artist make beautiful things. Hence, order and safety, although they are not themselves civilization are things without which civilization would be impossible. They are as necessary to our civilization as the air we breathe is to us; and we have grown so used to them that we do not notice them any more than we notice the air. Another great achievement of our civilization is that today civilized men are largely free from the fear of pain. They still fall ill, but illness is no longer the terrible thing it used to be.... Not only do men and women enjoy better health; they live longer than they ever did before, and they have a much better chance of growing up.... Thirdly, our civilization is more secure than any that have gone before it. This is because it is much more widely spread.... Previous civilizations were specialized and limited, they were like oases in a desert.

Q. The most appropriate title to the above passage may be:

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QUESTION: 21

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
The criminals managed to escape from the prison even though two armed policemen were.....vigil over them.

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QUESTION: 22

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
When the morning.........the murder was discovered.

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QUESTION: 23

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
Inspite of our best efforts, we failed to.......any few facts from him.

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QUESTION: 24

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
The child's earliest words deal with concrete objects, only later he is able to grapple with.........

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QUESTION: 25

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.
By air you ....... almost half the distance to Bombay before I reach back home by my car.

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QUESTION: 26

Arrange the sentences in their proper order so that they make a logically meaningful paragraph.

P. Still, Sophie might need an open heart surgery later in life and now be more prone to respiratory infections.
Q. But with the news that infant daughter Sophie has a hole in her heart, he appears quite vulnerable.
R. While the condition sounds bad it is not life threatening and frequently corrects itself.
S. Sylvester Stallone has made millions and built a thriving career out of looking invincible.

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QUESTION: 27

Arrange the sentences in their proper order so that they make a logically meaningful paragraph.

P. However, the severed head could not grow back if fire could be applied instantly to the amputated part.
Q.To get rid of this monstorsity was truly a Herculean task for as soon as one head was cut off two new ones replaced it.
R. Hercules accomplished this labour with the aid of an assistant who cauterized the necks as fast as Hercules cut off the heads!
S. One of the twelve labours of Hercules was the killing of hydra, a water monster with nine heads.

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QUESTION: 28

Arrange the sentences in their proper order so that they make a logically meaningful paragraph.

P. That Hollywood is a man's world is certainly true but it is not the whole truth.
Q. Even Renaissance film actress Jodie Foster who hosts this compendium of movie history, confesses surprise at this.
R. She says that she had no idea that women were so active in the industry even in those days.
S. During the silent era, for example, female script writers outnumbered males 10 to 1.

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QUESTION: 29

Arrange the sentences in their proper order so that they make a logically meaningful paragraph.

P. Its business decisions are made on the timely and accurate flow of information.
Q. It has 1,700 employees in 13 branches and representative offices across the Asia-Pacific region.
R. For employees to maintain a competitive edge in a fast-moving field, they must have quick access to JP Morgan's proprietary trade related data.
S. JP Morgan's is one of the largest banking institutions in the US and a premier international trading firm.

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QUESTION: 30

Arrange the sentences in their proper order so that they make a logically meaningful paragraph.

P. The Saheli Programme run by the US Cross-Cultural Solutions is offering a three week tour of India that involves a lot more than frenzied sightseeing.
Q. Participants interested in women's issues will learn about arranged marriages, dowry and infanticide.
R. Holiday packages include all sorts of topics but female infanticide must be the first for tourism.
S. Interspersed with these talks and meetings are visits to cities like New Delhi and Agra, home to the Taj Mahal.

Solution:
QUESTION: 31

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. I waited for half an hour for my friend, but the train didn't TURN IN.

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QUESTION: 32

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. All the allegations LEVELLED AGAINST him were found to be baseless.

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QUESTION: 33

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. He DID MANY MISCHIEFS.

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QUESTION: 34

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

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QUESTION: 35

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. Do take an umbrella with you LEST YOU DO NOT GET WET.

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QUESTION: 36

Spot the error.

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QUESTION: 37

spot the error.

Solution:
QUESTION: 38

Spot the error.

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QUESTION: 39

Spot the error.

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QUESTION: 40

Spot the error.

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