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Question number: 31

» Reference Sources » Dictionaries

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A ________ is a book explaining the words of a language, or the terms of a subject, arranged in some definite order, usually arranged in alphabetical order, with explanation of their meanings and use.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Index

b.

Encyclopedia

c.

Dictionary

d.

Thesaurus

Question number: 32

» Reference Sources » Year Books or Almanacs

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Almanacs are grouped into three categories namely a) Astronomical, b) Informational and c) ________.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Topical

b.

Statistical

c.

International

d.

Local

Question number: 33

» Reference Sources » Encyclopaedias

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Encyclopedia Britannica is published from

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Chicago

b.

London

c.

New York

d.

New Delhi

Question number: 34

» Reference Sources » Geographical Sources

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If you want to know the districts of Uttar Pradesh, in which source will you find?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

World of Learning

b.

India: Manual of reference

c.

Census of India

d.

District Gazetteer of India

Question number: 35

» Reference Sources » Dictionaries

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It is a systemic summary of the knowledge & work containing information on all subjects or limited to a special field or subject arranged in systematic order

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Encyclopedia

b.

Lexicon

c.

Dictionary

d.

Bibliography

Question number: 36

» Reference Sources » Encyclopaedias

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The first encyclopedia to be published in English was the work of

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

A I Serille (Etymologiarum libri XX, 623 AD. )

b.

I B E encyclopedia (UNESCO, 1914)

c.

John Harris (Laxion Technicum, 1704)

d.

Oxford encyclopedia

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