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SET 10
Q:1) DIRECTIONS: Read the following passage carefully and complete the following sentences. The “Little Tramp‟, the unforgettable character Charlie Chaplin invented, was born purely by accident in 1915. While rushing to a film shoot in California, he grabbed clothes other people had left behind in the changing room. And when he emerged, he found he had created a personality everybody loved. A little guy in a bowler hat, a close – fitting jacket, a cane, outsize shoes and a brush – like moustache! Before long, Chaplin found himself a star. That puzzled him, for he saw himself essentially as a shy British Music Hall comedian. The U.S. acknowledged him as its king of silent film comedy. Soon, so did crowds all over the world. But life wasn’t always a laugh for Charles Spencer Chaplin. Both his parents were Music Hall artists, who separated when Charlie was very young. His childhood was very sad, for his mother never earned enough to look after Charlie and his older brother, Sydney. Sometimes, Chaplin had to sleep on the streets and forage for food in the garbage. Charlie took his first bow on stage when his mother made her last appearance. It happened when her voice broke during a song. Her son stepped on stage and sang a popular song. That’s when a star was born. Through all these years of success, Charlie never forgot his troubled childhood. It made him recall a Christmas when he was denied two oranges and his bag of sweets for breaking a rule at the orphanage he went to after his mother’s death. It would have broken his heart, if the other children had not offered him a share of theirs. Spontaneously, the adult Chaplin gifted the orphanage with a motion picture machine and insisted that each child should have as many oranges and sweets as they pleased. 

 Que : What does the word ‘acknowledge’ mean? 
 A:) To contradict
 B:) To deny the truth
C:) To accept, admit, or recognize something
D:) None of the above
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Q:2) DIRECTIONS: Read the above passage carefully and complete the following sentences. 
Que :Which word in the passage means ‘to take hold of something or someone suddenly and roughly’? 
 A:) Grabbed
B:) Emerged
C:) Recall
D:) None of the above
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Q:3) DIRECTIONS: Read the above passage carefully and complete the following sentences. 
Que : What does the word ‘forage’ mean? 
A:) Attack someone desperately
B:) Search widely for eatables or provisions
C:) Steam or boil vegetables
D:) None of the above
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Q:4) DIRECTIONS: Read the above passage carefully and complete the following sentences. 
Que : What was the name of the great character that was created by the renowned comedian Charlie Chaplin? 
 A:) Music Hall artist
B:) The great British comedian
C:) The Little Tramp
D:) None of the above
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Q:5) DIRECTIONS: Read the above passage carefully and complete the following sentences. 
Que: What was the reason of Chaplin’s disturbed childhood? 
 A:) Separation of his parents and low income of his mother
B:) Psychological illness
C:) Harassment and torture at orphanage
D:) All of the above
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Q:6) Fill in the blank with the correct option. The teacher has kept _____ books in the shelf. 
 A:) few
B:) a few
C:) the few
D:) a little
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Q:7) Fill in the blank with the correct option. There is _____ salt and pepper in that container. 
 A:) little
B:) a little
C:) the little
D:) a few
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Q:8) Fill in the blank with the correct option. She passed me ______sauce that was there in the jar. 
 A:) little
B:) the little
C:) a little
D:) the few
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Q:9) Out of the given options, choose the one which is the correct passive voice of the sentence given below. The principal will meet the students this evening. 
 A:) The students could be met by the Principal this evening.
 B:) The students will be met by the Principal this evening.
C:) The students can be met by the Principal this evening.
D:) The students should be met by the Principal this evening.
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Q:10) Out of the given options, choose the one which is the correct active voice of the sentence given below. A massive tribal welfare programme has been launched by the government in Jharkhand. 
 A:) The government has launched a massive tribal welfare programme in Jharkhand.
B:) The government had launched a massive tribal welfare programme in Jharkhand.
C:) The government was launching a massive tribal welfare programme in Jharkhand.
D:) The government had been launching a massive tribal welfare programme in Jharkhand.
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Q:11) Out of the given options, choose the one which is the correct indirect speech of the sentence given below. Mother said to the children, “I have often told you not to play with fire.” 
 A:) Mother told the children that she has often told them not to play with fire.
B:) Mother told the children that she had often been telling them not to play with fire.
C:) Mother told the children that she had often told them not to play with fire.
D:) Mother told the children that she have often told them not to play with fire.
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Q:12) DIRECTIONS: In the following questions, some of the sentences have errors and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error: lf there is no error, mark your answer as ‘No error’. 
 A:) Before he could
B:) understand anything,
C:) the robber have fled.
D:) No error
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Q:13) DIRECTIONS: In the following questions, some of the sentences have errors and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error: lf there is no error, mark your answer as ‘No error’. 
 A:) If he will ask me
B:) for help,
C:) I will definitely help him.
D:) No error
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Q:14) DIRECTIONS: In the following questions, some of the sentences have errors and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error: lf there is no error, mark your answer as ‘No error’. 
 A:) It is very difficult to find out
B:) the number of a creatures
C:) living on the earth.
D:) No error
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Q:15) DIRECTIONS: In the following questions, some of the sentences have errors and some have none. Find out which part of a sentence has an error: lf there is no error, mark your answer as ‘No error’. 
 A:) The most happy marriage
B:) and a blind woman.
C:) would be an union of a deaf man
D:) No error
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