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Question 104

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Make the directed changes in the following sentences without changing their meaning (2 Mark)

This is one of his more readable books. (Use the superlative degree)

Question 105

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Use the following words in sentences so as to bring out their meaning clearly. Do not change the form of the word. No credit will be given for a vague or ambiguous sentence. (2 Mark)

Utopia

Question 106

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Make the directed changes in the following sentences without changing their meaning (2 Mark)

If it rains, the college will close. (Use the past tense)

Question 107

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Make the directed changes in the following sentences without changing their meaning (2 Mark)

I think that she has been caught in the traffic. (Use the modal auxiliary ‘must’)

Question 108

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Write an essay on any one of the following in not less than 800 words: (30 Mark)

Economy versus the environment debate

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The conflict between environmental protection and economic development actually goes back to the times of ancient civilizations. It cannot be denied that the development of an economy will bring a great change in everyone’s life and significantly elevated standard of living. Therefore, some people argue that the development of economy must come bef

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Question 109

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Correct the following sentences without changing their meaning. Do not make unnecessary changes in the original sentence. (1 Mark)

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