English Language-Reading Comprehension (NTSE Stage-2 (National-Level) Scholastic-Aptitude & Language Comprehension): Questions 55 - 59 of 95

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There is no atmosphere on the Moon, which means there can be no seas, rivers or water of any kind. We are accustomed to think of water as a liquid which does not boil away until it reaches a temperature of 212°, but if ever we picnic high up on a mountain, we find out our mistake. We soon discover that water boils more easily and at a lower temperature there than on the plains below. The reason is that there is less weight of air to keep the molecules of the liquid pressed down and so prevent them from flying off by evaporation. If there were no air pressure at all, the water would evaporate no matter how low its temperature and this is precisely what would happen on the Moon.

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Water boils at less than 212° when-

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Choice (4) Response

a.

there is less weight of air in the atmosphere

b.

we apply more heat

c.

the molecules of the liquid are not pressed down

d.

there is more evaporation

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Absence of air pressure on the Moon will cause-

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Choice (4) Response

a.

blizzards

b.

exhaustion

c.

water to freeze

d.

evaporation of water

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It is on account of the atmosphere on our Earth that we have-

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Choice (4) Response

a.

mountains and plains

b.

water in all forms

c.

the cycle of seasons

d.

canals, lakes and tanks

Question number: 58

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In the following questions, each passage consists of five sentences. The first sentence (S5) and last sentence (S5) are given. The remaining three sentences are labeled P, Q and R. You are required to find out the proper sequence of the three sentences.

S1: English is not the language that has always been spoken in the British Isles

S2: –

S3: –

S4: , -

S 5 : along the North-sea coast.

P: English was originally a foreign language imported by foreign invaders

Q. : nor, indeed, it is the only language that is spoken there today

R: these invaders were two Germanic tribes living in what is now Northern Germany

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Choice (4) Response

a.

PQR

b.

RPQ

c.

QRP

d.

QPR

Question number: 59

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In the following questions, each passage consists of five sentences. The first sentence (S1) and last sentence (S5) are given. The remaining three sentences are labelled P, Q, and R. You are required to find out the proper sequence of the three sentences.

S1: It is well-known fact that Indians love sweets

P: most families today like to vary the cuisine, especially the dessert counter

Q. : and since the traditional Indian wedding involves several pre-wedding events with the same guest list

R: and when it comes to celebration desserts are a must

S5: the guests appreciate desserts with bit of twist and even low calorie desserts are much in demand.

The proper sequence should be

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Choice (4) Response

a.

QRP

b.

PQR

c.

PRQ

d.

RQP

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