NUMBERED GAPS Directions : The blanks are given in the below passage, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are written below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word. PASSAGEAn (1) of anything you eat or drink is bad for you. The danger of drinking (2) in excessive amounts is that it has many indirect effects that make you (3) to a lot of different diseases. Some form of...
Play Quiz


NUMBERED GAPS Directions : The blanks are given in the below passage, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are written below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word. PASSAGEOccupying a vantage position (1) as the corridor between the (2) part and the rest of the country. West Bengal has the unique distinction of stretching from the snow-clad (3) to the rolling...
Play Quiz


COMPREHENSION PART-IIA few guidlines : Read the given passage hurriedly (keeping in mind that you have a very limited time at your disposal) to find out the subject matter. Read the questions carefully. Read the passage again keeping in mind the questions that you have to answer. Mark the most appropriate choice. PASSAGEFifty million pounds are spent every year in Great Britain on chocolates and confectionery. So, it is announced in a paragraph relating to the...
Play Quiz


COMPREHENSIONA few guidlines : Read the given passage hurriedly (keeping in mind that you have a very limited time at your disposal) to find out the subject matter. Read the questions carefully. Read the passage again keeping in mind the questions that you have to answer. Mark the most appropriate choice. PASSAGEThe whole conception of 'Sin' is one which I find very puzzling, doubtless owing to my sinful nature. If "Sin" consisted of...
Play Quiz