In questions the first and the last parts of the sentence are numbered 1 and 6. The rest of the sentence is split into four parts and named P, Q, R and S. These four parts are not given in their proper order. Read the parts and find out which of the four combinations is correct. Then find the correct answer and blacken the appropriate rectangle in the Answer Sheet.
1. A dictionary
P. arranged words
Q. about which information
R. containing alphabetically
S. is a book
6. is given
P. cotton for our clothes
Q. raw materials like jute
R. and sugarcane for our industries
S. gives us food
6. and food for cattle
1. Today political freedom
P. and the right
Q. however money and all that money
R. assures people equality before law
S. to elect their Government
6. can buy is not fairly distributed
1. By far the most logical step
P. to relieve the housewife of routine
Q. which can be programmed
R. to carry out standard operations
S. is to provide a robot
6. when switched by the housewife.
1. During the reign of the Emperor Tiberius
P. called Phoedrus
Q. an Augustan story teller
R. translated Aesop's fables into Latin
S. in ancient Rome
6. and also added some tales of his own
1. The pigeons were used
P. as messengers
Q. which were tied
R. in the olden days
S. to carry messages
6. to their feet
1. The school has always been
P. tradition from one
Q. the most important
R. the wealth of
S. means of transferring
6. generation to the next
1. When she got to her house, there was nothing to retrieve.
P. All valuables were smashed or stolen.
Q. The curtains were burned; books were ripped to shreds.
R. Her medals and trophies had been flung everywhere.
S. The house had been completely ransacked.
6. Mirsada stood in the centre of her bedroom looking at a ruined copy of the Koran forcing back her tears.
1. The student came late to the school.
P. He went home weeping.
Q. The watchman didn't allow him inside the school.
R. The boy was waiting outside for sometime.
S. He then decided to go home.
6. It was a bad day for him.
1. Oliver dozed off again and it had been bright day for hours when Oliver opened his eyes.
P. He belonged to the world again.
Q. In three day's time, he was able to sit in an easy chair, well propped up with pillows, but he was still too weak to walk.
R. He felt cheerful and happy.
S. The crisis of the disease was safely past.
6. Mrs. Beduin had him carried downstairs into the little housekeeper's room which belonged to her.