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Question number: 313

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Rewrite the following sentences after correcting them. Make only the minimum possible correction in each case without changing the meaning of the sentence. Where there are no corrections, rewrite the sentence (s) as it is.

Mother will neither accept the gift nor allow you to accept it.

Question number: 314

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Rewrite the following sentences as directed.

Iqbal, knew, that he would fail. He was not shocked when he saw the result. (Combine the two sentences into a complex one)

Question number: 315

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Write the past participle forms of the following verbs

Swing

Question number: 316

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Rewrite the following sentences after correcting grammatical errors in each:

The officer came in just we were about to leave.

Question number: 317

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Rewrite the following sentences as directed.

Do not let the poor be neglected. (Change the voice)

Question number: 318

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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Form verbs from the following.

Seizure

Question number: 319

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Write summaries of the following in about one third of its size.

Write Summaries of the following two passages in about one-third of each original passage. Give a suitable title for each which will carry 5 marks. Summaries that do not reasonably conform to the expected word limit will be appropriately penalised. The summaries must be written on the special sheets provided for the purpose and then these sheets should be carefully fastened inside the answer-book. The exact number of words used in the summary must be mentioned at the end

If one were to list a few among the major non-traditional threats confronting many nations today, these would be Water, Food, Emery, Migration and Land. Considering that the world population is set to increase to 8 billion by 2025 and 10 billion by 2100, one can imagine the enormous magnitude of the problem. The ‘stress’ on each of the areas will be extremely serious and each of the impacted nations will certainly initiate measures to safeguard their interests, which include their way of life, living standards, economic advantages, etc. For example, the consequences of unplanned and uncontrolled migration of millions of people from Bangladesh.

Into India—as they can go nowhere else equally easily—as rising waters submerge their land, are unimaginable. Competition, possibly accompanied by bloody civil strife, appears inevitable unless preventive steps are initiated now.

The most important of these scarce resources, in my opinion, is water. And water is becoming an increasingly scarce commodity. It is the water of the rivers and freshwater lakes that is the vital resource. Water is the source of Sustenance for mankind and something no human can do without for more than a couple of days. It is essential for food, energy and transportation.

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Water: An impending threat to mankind

The major non-traditional threats confronting the nations include water, food, energy, migration and land. As world population will be eight billion by 2025 and ten billion by 2100, the impacted nations will initiate measures to safeguard their interests. Unless preventive steps are initiated now, competition

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