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Exercise

1 . In this section you have five short passages. Each is followed by questions based on the passage. First, read the passage and answer the questions based on the passage. You are required to select your answers from the given options.

The heat-wave deepened during the following few days while Jack and I lazed about in the house and yards, wearing ragged shirts and discarded garments, because the more presentable ones were being packed by Mother. She was obviously not strong enough to cycle downto Hemisphere, where Father and Jack had been one week-end, to see and rent a cottage in Ropley, near Alresford. From this prospective journey Jack had returned with half a dozen photographs taken with a plate-camera which he had made for himself, the aperture being a pinhole. This was only one of his many ingenious artefacts. I had studied the pictures, which included a church that leaned backwards, in the hope of finding the perpetually teasing certainty which we look for when about to take some adventurous step into the unknown. But Ropley remained unreal
They were planning
 to move out Ropley a trekking expedition to Alresford to do some photography to make some artefacts
2 . In this section you have five short passages. Each is followed by questions based on the passage. First, read the passage and answer the questions based on the passage. You are required to select your answers from the given options.

The heat-wave deepened during the following few days while Jack and I lazed about in the house and yards, wearing ragged shirts and discarded garments, because the more presentable ones were being packed by Mother. She was obviously not strong enough to cycle downto Hemisphere, where Father and Jack had been one week-end, to see and rent a cottage in Ropley, near Alresford. From this prospective journey Jack had returned with half a dozen photographs taken with a plate-camera which he had made for himself, the aperture being a pinhole. This was only one of his many ingenious artefacts. I had studied the pictures, which included a church that leaned backwards, in the hope of finding the perpetually teasing certainty which we look for when about to take some adventurous step into the unknown. But Ropley remained unreal
The author and Jack were wearing ragged shirts and discarded garments because
 they were very poor it was summer all their good clothes were already packed they were lazing about
3 . In this section you have five short passages. Each is followed by questions based on the passage. First, read the passage and answer the questions based on the passage. You are required to select your answers from the given options.

The heat-wave deepened during the following few days while Jack and I lazed about in the house and yards, wearing ragged shirts and discarded garments, because the more presentable ones were being packed by Mother. She was obviously not strong enough to cycle downto Hemisphere, where Father and Jack had been one week-end, to see and rent a cottage in Ropley, near Alresford. From this prospective journey Jack had returned with half a dozen photographs taken with a plate-camera which he had made for himself, the aperture being a pinhole. This was only one of his many ingenious artefacts. I had studied the pictures, which included a church that leaned backwards, in the hope of finding the perpetually teasing certainty which we look for when about to take some adventurous step into the unknown. But Ropley remained unreal
The plate camera
 was the only artefact made by Father and Jack was the only artefact Jack had made for himself was only one of Jack's many such artefacts was borrowed by Jack from his friend for taking half a dozen photographs
4 . In this section you have five short passages. Each is followed by questions based on the passage. First, read the passage and answer the questions based on the passage. You are required to select your answers from the given options.

The heat-wave deepened during the following few days while Jack and I lazed about in the house and yards, wearing ragged shirts and discarded garments, because the more presentable ones were being packed by Mother. She was obviously not strong enough to cycle downto Hemisphere, where Father and Jack had been one week-end, to see and rent a cottage in Ropley, near Alresford. From this prospective journey Jack had returned with half a dozen photographs taken with a plate-camera which he had made for himself, the aperture being a pinhole. This was only one of his many ingenious artefacts. I had studied the pictures, which included a church that leaned backwards, in the hope of finding the perpetually teasing certainty which we look for when about to take some adventurous step into the unknown. But Ropley remained unreal
Father and Jack had been to Ropley one week-end
 to take photographs of the church that leaned backwards because Ropley was unreal to take some adventurous step into the unknown to see and rent a cottage there
5 . In question sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word (s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by blackening the appropriate rectangle in the AnswerSheet.
He despised him _______ the similar views they both held
 in the wake of for the sake of nevertheless notwithstanding
6 . In question sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word (s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by blackening the appropriate rectangle in the AnswerSheet.
She said the government had made ______ arrangements before the start of winter
7 . In question sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word (s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by blackening the appropriate rectangle in the AnswerSheet.
Every nation writes its own autobiography ________ the actions or inactions of its citizens
 through with for around
8 . In question sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word (s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by blackening the appropriate rectangle in the AnswerSheet.
My parents were in kitchen when I _______ collected all my books and suddenly disappeared and ran away from my home without telling anybody
 fraudulently ghostly clandestinely deliberately
$Haughty$