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Q.1. Carefully read the paragraph below:
A map is a useful metaphor for our brain when talking about _______ because at its most basic level our brain __________to be our atlas of sorts, a system of routes _______to navigate us toward just one destination: staying alive!
From the options below, choose the set that MOST appropriately fills up the blanks.
A. Perception, evolved, designed
B. Understanding, progressed, shaped
C. Connections, changed, molded
D. Design, developed, shaped
E. Comprehension, metamorphosed, designed
Q.2. Carefully read the paragraph below:
__________, medicine has been operated by trial and error, in other words, __________. We know by now that there can be
entirely_________ connections between symptoms and treatment, and some medications succeed in medical trials for mere random
From the options below, choose the one that MOST appropriately fills up the blanks.
A. Formerly, randomly, accidental
B. Traditionally, analytically, casual
C. Initially, statistically, unexpected
D. Periodically, logically, arbitrary
E. Historically, arbitrarily, fortuitous
Q.3. Read the following sentences and answer the question that follows:
1. I have good knowledge of German.
2. Except for Rajiv, everybody was there.
3. Whole Delhi was celebrating Independence Day.
4. Neither the dog, nor is the cat responsible for this mess.
5. He knows to swim.
6. I look forward to seeing you.
Which of the above are grammatically INCORRECT?
Q.4. Which of the following is a grammatically CORRECT sentence?
A You had better told her everything, or else you will lose a friend.
B You had better told her everything, or else you would lose a friend.
C You had better tell her everything, or else you will lose a friend.
D You better had tell her everything, or else you will lose a friend.
E You better had tell her everything, or else you would lose a friend.
Q.5. Which of the following options BEST reflects the author’s understanding of human perception of pleasure?
A. Pleasure comes from whatever we are exposed to for the first time
B. Pleasure comes from what we are deprived of
C. Pleasure comes from what appears to be a valuable discovery or invention
D. Pleasure comes from what is perceived to be extraordinary
E. Pleasure comes from what we are accustomed to
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