MAT 2013


Each of these questions has a text portion followed by four alternative summaries.Choose the option that best captures the essence of the text.

Question 11

This decade has heralded the arrival of China and the rise of India on the world stage. Due to global recession the balance of power is shifting from the West to East China has already occupied second place in the world's biggest economies. BUt India is still struggling with formidable challenges like crushing poverty of millions, uneven growth, Can we in all honesty aspire to be a genuine, superpower?

Question 12

Get your grammar right! Live in the active voice rather in the passive, thinking more about what you do than about what happens to you. Live in the present tense, facing the duty at hand without regret for the past or worrying about the future. Live in the first person, criticizing yourself rather than finding faults with others.

Question 13

Alexander technique is a therapy in complementary medicine for improving health by teaching people to move, sit and stand efficiently. it is designed to release unnecessary muscle tensions in order to eliminate or reduce the severity of wide range of disorders like back pain, asthma, repetitive strain, injury and stuttering. Training is carried out in one to one sessions under a qualified teacher. The technique was started by F. Matthias Alexander in 1890 for his breathing problem and hoarseness.

Question 14

As things stand now, each country's financial system is being sustained and supported by its own government. Governments are primarily concerned with their own economies. This gives rise to financial protectionism, which threatens to disrupt and perhaps destroy global financial markets. So, regulations must become international in scope. Otherwise, global financial markets will be destroyed by regulatory arbitrage.


Identify the best way of writing the sentence in the context of the correct usage of standard written English.

Question 15

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Question 17


In each of these questions, a jumbled word is given. Rearrange the jumbled word and select the word which is opposite in meaning to the rearranged word

Question 18


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