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Question number: 248

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Use the following idiomatic expressions in sentences in order to bring out their meaning:

Hand in glove

Question number: 249

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Make sentences using the following pairs of words in such a way that the meaning of each word is clear in the context:

Calendar, calendar

Question number: 250

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Rewrite the following sentences as directed.

They are installing new computer in the office. (Change to passive voice)

Question number: 251

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Make sentences using the following pairs of words in such a way that the meaning of each word is clear in the context:

Dose, doze

Question number: 252

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Make sentences using the following pairs of words in such a way that the meaning of each word is clear in the context:

Decease, disease

Question number: 253

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Rewrite the following sentences after correcting grammatical errors in each:

Haven’t you got no body to help you?

Question number: 254

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Read the following passage carefully. Ten words in this passage have been incorrectly spelt. Rewrite the passage correcting all the spelling errors. Underline the words the spellings of which have been corrected:

Man is the most privleged child of nature. With his wide awake sixth sanse he can happily reminesce and comfortably foresea the approaching events if he so desires. It is only in temporary confusion of perception that he sees two paralel lines meeting in the distance or a tempting mirege in the middle of parched lands ahead of him. With a pure heart and serine mind he can easily distinguish between the truth and the halucinations. However, he has constantly to guard himself against all obfusacating temptations.

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Man is the most privileged child of nature. With his wide awake sixth sense he can happily reminisce and comfortably foresee the approaching events if he so desires. It is only in temporary confusion of perception that he sees two parallel lines meeting in the distance or a tempting mirage in the middle of parched lands ahead of him. With a pure

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