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Question number: 123

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The temple priest, Inspite of coming early in the morning, ________

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Is always eager

b.

Is always greedy

c.

Is always on his toes

d.

Is always dozing off

Question number: 124

» Vocabulary Based » Synonyms-Antonyms

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What is the meaning of cinch?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Complicated

b.

Clasp

c.

Uncomplicated

d.

Grit

Question number: 125

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The first two words in the following pairs of words have a certain relationship with each other. You have to find the relationship and select the word that will best suit the blank with respect to the identified relationship or link.

Attack: defense: satisfaction:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Contentedness

b.

Happiness

c.

Discontent

d.

Dishonour

Question number: 126

» Vocabulary Based » Synonyms-Antonyms

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What word is the most opposite to the word ‘Furor’?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Commotion

b.

Furious

c.

Tranquility

d.

Uproar

Question number: 127

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Which is a quality that is desired in a good orator?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Haughtiness

b.

Goofiness

c.

Confidence

d.

Foolhardiness

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https://www.thehindu.com/society/history-and-culture/love-another-dimension-of-beauty/article29724797.ece

Jumble 3

Consider the jumbled sentences below. Arrange the sentences in the most meaningful order.

1. If we practise asana like riding a bicycle, we lose a large part of its transformative potential. Movement becomes mechanical because our brain learns movement patterns.

2. Yoga is a way of bringing positive changes in our life. Positive change requires opposing past habits.

3. Focusing the mind on the breath, and noticing how the body and breath influence each other, is a profoundly healthful method of developing and maintaining awareness in asana practice.

4. For asanas to be a powerful agent of transformation, we must do them not purely from the force of habit but with a stream of awareness.

5. If we do a movement some hundreds of times, we can then repeat it easily with little awareness. But awareness is the key to sustaining transformation.

6. The best pathway to awareness in asana practice is the connection between the body and the breath.

7. But asanas can also become habits.

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What should be the SIXTH sentence after rearrangement?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

2

b.

1

c.

4

d.

6

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Jumble 1

Consider the jumbled sentences below. Arrange the sentences in the most meaningful order.

1. Speaking about the genesis of the idea, Aliyeh says: “For most old Bangaloreans, our connection with the city relies on memories and imagination. “

2. This method doesn’t involve apps, cool gadgets and gizmos, but the good old traditional mode of communication—sharing of stories and memories.

3. Researcher and history writer Aliyeh Rivi feels the same, but instead of resigning herself to the inevitable, she evolved a method for everyone to contribute to Bengaluru’s identity.

4. The transformation of Bengaluru into a burgeoning metropolis has been nothing short of overwhelming.

5. Old Bangaloreans feel disconnected from the city they grew up and lived in.

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What should be the Third sentence after rearrangement?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

1

b.

5

c.

2

d.

3

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