DIRECTIONS (Q.1-5) :Each of the following items is followed
by four words or group of words. Fill in the blanks with the
appropriate word or group of words The prisoner showed no _________ for his crimes.
Remorse is an emotion/action/feeling after the crime is
done. Hatred is for the other people who saw/hear/
gone through crime but certainly not for the prisoner.
Crime is done in anger and a cause. Obstinacy is
stubbornness. Only emotion that suits the context is
If it would have been 'security' then it would have been
'provided' in the statement not 'subjected'. Exercise does
not fit. Violation (to breech) is also out of place. Use of
'physical' in statement indicates 'violence'. It fits best
in the blank
'Disgrace to' is perfect as per Standard English Usage.
'for' can be used with disgrace as -'His behaviour is a disgrace for all the love showered
by society to his acts.' In this type of question it is
very important to read and reread the sentence to get
the true sense of the situation described in the
DIRECTIONS (Qs. 6 - 8) : Each questions below consists of a
word in capital letters followed by four words or group of words.
Select the word or group of words that is most similar in meaning
to the words in capital letters GLEAN
DIRECTIONS (Qs.9-10) : After passage, you will find several
questions based on the passage. First read a passae, and then
answer the questions based on it. You are required to select your
answers based on the content of the passage and opinion of the
While I stood drinking in he beauty of this placid scene I became
conscious of an alteration. In a moment the sole porter emerged
from his midday nap, operated a signal that clanked noisily into
position, and then ambled slowly towards me for my return-halfticket, whilst I remarked that his red amiable face and easygoing
gait were in perfect harmony with the tranquil surroundings. A
wisp of smoke on the horizon with a dark snake crawling beneath
it announced the approach of the train. As it drew nearer, the deep
silence of the place was gradually displaced by a creaking of
brakes and a hissing of steam. Save for myself, no one entered the
train and no one alighted. The porter with leisurely expertness,
trundled a couple of milk churns on board, the door was slammed,
the guard signalled to the driver, and we moved off, leaving the
small station once more to its drowsy silence.