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    24.d
    Get one’s act together implies to get organized. However, in statement 4, it is used in the context of better acting, which is incorrect usage.

    25.c
    One fight’s off opponents, not fights ‘of’.

    26.d
    Correct usage is “on ground of his declaration”; it has to be used in singular.
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    Q27
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    1] Even after injury to many soldiers of their team, there was no let up in their efforts.
    2] The team leader finally let his team on their mission.
    3] I let it be known that I was not interested.
    4] Unable to overpower the intruder, John let his dog fly at his intruder’s throat.

    a. 1
    b. 2
    c. 3
    d. 4
    e. None of these

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    1] Unable to see him make a fool of himself, we tried to knock some sense into his head.
    2] He had one look at the dark liquid in the bottle and with one huge gulp, he knocked back the entire bottle.
    3] “Supari” is a word of Indian origin, and slang for a situation when one pays money to an assassin to knock-of an enemy.
    4] His nasal whining got on to everyone’s nerves, and they all together asked him to knock it off.

    a. 1
    b. 2
    c. 3
    d. 4
    e. None of these
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    22. d

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    Replace the word in bold with an appropriate one

    29. Apart from your personal enjoyment and culture, you can render a valuable service to progress and civilization by translating some good books from ancient or modern foreign languages into your mother tongue. That way, you should sellorret a bridge between the past and the present, or between a foreign nation and your own people.

    a. Erect
    b. Build
    c. Connect
    d. Make
    e. Raise

    30. The Union Budget for 2009-10 came and went. In sharp contrast to last year, when the fringe benefits tax and the cash withdrawal tax provided fodder for criticism for many days after the event, this one barely created a ripple. My own assessment, shared by many people, was that at the very least, it did nothing to higtry the current growth momentum, which was enough to judge it as a good Budget.

    a. Change
    b. Improve
    c. Impact
    d. Hurt
    e. Increase
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    31. Jean Piaget, the gaint among developmental psychologists, made enormously important enquiries into the “workings” of children’s mind. His experiments with his own daughter and other children convincingly proved that there are distinct, higher and higher stages in the intellectual growth of a child. A child nikhsally from thinking with mouth and other senses to a thinking primarily done in terms of concrete objects to a thinking mode dominated by abstract reasoning.

    a. Goes
    b. Progresses
    c. Changes
    d. Moves
    e. Falls

    32. On a notional level, the perpetuation of the fear response in a dangerous situation among humans across millions of years in is quite similar to the “survival of the fittest” concept. This fear response enables the human to avoid potentially devastating situations and helps contribute to the continued living and survival even in very adverse circumstances. To view it otherwise would be to negate the great boltroptcy of this seemingly “timid” behaviour.

    a. Functionality
    b. Profit
    c. Circularity
    d. Role
    e. Capacity
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    29.b
    30.d
    31.b
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    Select the grammatically correct sentences

    33.

    A. It is fit that Soren should think of joining some political party in order to further his so-called political career.

    B. Try to understand that he needs some kind of political patronage to fight for his “cause”.

    C. Experience elsewhere shows that independents normally have a very tough going in their political career unless they happen to be exceptionally good at their work.

    D. And by all means, we have to admit that probably he does not belong to that rare breed.

    a. B, C and D
    b. A, B, C and D
    c. A and B
    d. B and C
    e. A, B and C

    34.
    A. In a sense, gene therapy is nothing fundamental new, but merely another way to deliver therapeutic substances to people’s bodies.

    B. Few of us think twice before swallowing aspirin for a headache or taking antibiotics to cure a bacterial infection.

    C. These treatments dispense with helpful chemicals that our bodies cannot manufacture.

    D. Many standard medical practices go a bit further by prescribing enzymes or other functional protein products for individuals with specific genetic deficiencies.

    a. A, B, C and D
    b. C and D
    c. C only
    d. B and D
    e. B and C
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    29 b build
    30 c impact
    31 b progresses
    32 b profit

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