7th Class English Comprehension (Prose and Poetry) Question Bank

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  • question_answer1)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] "horseshoes' on their hooves. These U-shaped shoes, which are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] hard metal, are very important to the horses. If horses do not have these shoes, their hooves will \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\] quickly on hard and brittle roads. Hence, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] on rough roads, often tend to become lame. Without shoes, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\] heavy loads also become injured easily. In the olden days, horses did not \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] shoes. Instead, horse riders would carry the horseshoes along with them. These shoes would be \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] only if the horses were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\]. on a hard or a bumpy road. They were usually \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] on the horses' feet with small pieces of wire. However, riders soon discovered that this way of having horses "wear shoes' was difficult and clumsy. Often, the shoes would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\]

    A) tear

    B) wear

    C) Tie

    D) show

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  • question_answer2)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] "horseshoes' on their hooves. These U-shaped shoes, which are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] hard metal, are very important to the horses. If horses do not have these shoes, their hooves will \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\] quickly on hard and brittle roads. Hence, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] on rough roads, often tend to become lame. Without shoes, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\] heavy loads also become injured easily. In the olden days, horses did not \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] shoes. Instead, horse riders would carry the horseshoes along with them. These shoes would be \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] only if the horses were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\]. on a hard or a bumpy road. They were usually \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] on the horses' feet with small pieces of wire. However, riders soon discovered that this way of having horses "wear shoes' was difficult and clumsy. Often, the shoes would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\]

    A) made by

    B) made to

    C) Made off

    D) made of

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  • question_answer3)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] "horseshoes' on their hooves. These U-shaped shoes, which are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] hard metal, are very important to the horses. If horses do not have these shoes, their hooves will \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\] quickly on hard and brittle roads. Hence, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] on rough roads, often tend to become lame. Without shoes, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\] heavy loads also become injured easily. In the olden days, horses did not \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] shoes. Instead, horse riders would carry the horseshoes along with them. These shoes would be \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] only if the horses were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\]. on a hard or a bumpy road. They were usually \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] on the horses' feet with small pieces of wire. However, riders soon discovered that this way of having horses "wear shoes' was difficult and clumsy. Often, the shoes would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\]

    A) wear of

    B) wear out

    C) Wear off

    D) wears in

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  • question_answer4)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] "horseshoes' on their hooves. These U-shaped shoes, which are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] hard metal, are very important to the horses. If horses do not have these shoes, their hooves will \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\] quickly on hard and brittle roads. Hence, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] on rough roads, often tend to become lame. Without shoes, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\] heavy loads also become injured easily. In the olden days, horses did not \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] shoes. Instead, horse riders would carry the horseshoes along with them. These shoes would be \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] only if the horses were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\]. on a hard or a bumpy road. They were usually \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] on the horses' feet with small pieces of wire. However, riders soon discovered that this way of having horses "wear shoes' was difficult and clumsy. Often, the shoes would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\]

    A) travelled

    B) travelling

    C) Travel

    D) to travel

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  • question_answer5)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] "horseshoes' on their hooves. These U-shaped shoes, which are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] hard metal, are very important to the horses. If horses do not have these shoes, their hooves will \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\] quickly on hard and brittle roads. Hence, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] on rough roads, often tend to become lame. Without shoes, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\] heavy loads also become injured easily. In the olden days, horses did not \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] shoes. Instead, horse riders would carry the horseshoes along with them. These shoes would be \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] only if the horses were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\]. on a hard or a bumpy road. They were usually \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] on the horses' feet with small pieces of wire. However, riders soon discovered that this way of having horses "wear shoes' was difficult and clumsy. Often, the shoes would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\]

    A) carry

    B) carried

    C) Carrying

    D) to carry

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  • question_answer6)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] "horseshoes' on their hooves. These U-shaped shoes, which are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] hard metal, are very important to the horses. If horses do not have these shoes, their hooves will \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\] quickly on hard and brittle roads. Hence, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] on rough roads, often tend to become lame. Without shoes, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\] heavy loads also become injured easily. In the olden days, horses did not \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] shoes. Instead, horse riders would carry the horseshoes along with them. These shoes would be \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] only if the horses were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\]. on a hard or a bumpy road. They were usually \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] on the horses' feet with small pieces of wire. However, riders soon discovered that this way of having horses "wear shoes' was difficult and clumsy. Often, the shoes would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\]

    A) sometimes wear

    B) often wear

    C) Always wear

    D) never wear

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  • question_answer7)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] "horseshoes' on their hooves. These U-shaped shoes, which are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] hard metal, are very important to the horses. If horses do not have these shoes, their hooves will \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\] quickly on hard and brittle roads. Hence, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] on rough roads, often tend to become lame. Without shoes, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\] heavy loads also become injured easily. In the olden days, horses did not \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] shoes. Instead, horse riders would carry the horseshoes along with them. These shoes would be \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] only if the horses were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\]. on a hard or a bumpy road. They were usually \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] on the horses' feet with small pieces of wire. However, riders soon discovered that this way of having horses "wear shoes' was difficult and clumsy. Often, the shoes would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\]

    A) worn

    B) worn off

    C) Worn out

    D) worn by

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  • question_answer8)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] "horseshoes' on their hooves. These U-shaped shoes, which are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] hard metal, are very important to the horses. If horses do not have these shoes, their hooves will \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\] quickly on hard and brittle roads. Hence, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] on rough roads, often tend to become lame. Without shoes, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\] heavy loads also become injured easily. In the olden days, horses did not \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] shoes. Instead, horse riders would carry the horseshoes along with them. These shoes would be \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] only if the horses were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\]. on a hard or a bumpy road. They were usually \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] on the horses' feet with small pieces of wire. However, riders soon discovered that this way of having horses "wear shoes' was difficult and clumsy. Often, the shoes would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\]

    A) flitting

    B) climbing

    C) Trotting

    D) leaping

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  • question_answer9)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] "horseshoes' on their hooves. These U-shaped shoes, which are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] hard metal, are very important to the horses. If horses do not have these shoes, their hooves will \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\] quickly on hard and brittle roads. Hence, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] on rough roads, often tend to become lame. Without shoes, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\] heavy loads also become injured easily. In the olden days, horses did not \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] shoes. Instead, horse riders would carry the horseshoes along with them. These shoes would be \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] only if the horses were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\]. on a hard or a bumpy road. They were usually \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] on the horses' feet with small pieces of wire. However, riders soon discovered that this way of having horses "wear shoes' was difficult and clumsy. Often, the shoes would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\]

    A) installed

    B) fastened

    C) Tightened

    D) embedded

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  • question_answer10)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q1}}\] "horseshoes' on their hooves. These U-shaped shoes, which are \[\underline{\mathbf{Q2}}\] hard metal, are very important to the horses. If horses do not have these shoes, their hooves will \[\underline{\mathbf{Q3}}\] quickly on hard and brittle roads. Hence, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q4}}\] on rough roads, often tend to become lame. Without shoes, horses \[\underline{\mathbf{Q5}}\] heavy loads also become injured easily. In the olden days, horses did not \[\underline{\mathbf{Q6}}\] shoes. Instead, horse riders would carry the horseshoes along with them. These shoes would be \[\underline{\mathbf{Q7}}\] only if the horses were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q8}}\]. on a hard or a bumpy road. They were usually \[\underline{\mathbf{Q9}}\] on the horses' feet with small pieces of wire. However, riders soon discovered that this way of having horses "wear shoes' was difficult and clumsy. Often, the shoes would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q10}}\]

    A) come off

    B) come away

    C) Come to

    D) come

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  • question_answer11)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    'It pays to advertise.? The old \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] remains true in \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] because advertising not only sells goods but also creates the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\] for new ones. The \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] computer is a modern example. The half a dozen big producers go in for highly competitive advertising, some of it aimed at \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\]. They can play games, educate themselves, prepare themselves for modern \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] all from a computer. All this can be done with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] and paper, but parents are pressurised into \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\] computers, nevertheless, the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\] to their consciences being that they can use the computer for \[\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}\] accounts.

    A) business

    B) adage

    C) Legend

    D) fable

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  • question_answer12)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    'It pays to advertise.? The old \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] remains true in \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] because advertising not only sells goods but also creates the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\] for new ones. The \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] computer is a modern example. The half a dozen big producers go in for highly competitive advertising, some of it aimed at \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\]. They can play games, educate themselves, prepare themselves for modern \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] all from a computer. All this can be done with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] and paper, but parents are pressurised into \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\] computers, nevertheless, the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\] to their consciences being that they can use the computer for \[\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}\] accounts.

    A) basis

    B) background

    C) Principle

    D) authority

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  • question_answer13)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    'It pays to advertise.? The old \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] remains true in \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] because advertising not only sells goods but also creates the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\] for new ones. The \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] computer is a modern example. The half a dozen big producers go in for highly competitive advertising, some of it aimed at \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\]. They can play games, educate themselves, prepare themselves for modern \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] all from a computer. All this can be done with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] and paper, but parents are pressurised into \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\] computers, nevertheless, the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\] to their consciences being that they can use the computer for \[\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}\] accounts.

    A) lethargy

    B) disinterest

    C) Unconcern

    D) demand

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  • question_answer14)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    'It pays to advertise.? The old \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] remains true in \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] because advertising not only sells goods but also creates the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\] for new ones. The \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] computer is a modern example. The half a dozen big producers go in for highly competitive advertising, some of it aimed at \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\]. They can play games, educate themselves, prepare themselves for modern \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] all from a computer. All this can be done with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] and paper, but parents are pressurised into \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\] computers, nevertheless, the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\] to their consciences being that they can use the computer for \[\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}\] accounts.

    A) ground

    B) home

    C) Novel

    D) house

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  • question_answer15)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    'It pays to advertise.? The old \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] remains true in \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] because advertising not only sells goods but also creates the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\] for new ones. The \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] computer is a modern example. The half a dozen big producers go in for highly competitive advertising, some of it aimed at \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\]. They can play games, educate themselves, prepare themselves for modern \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] all from a computer. All this can be done with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] and paper, but parents are pressurised into \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\] computers, nevertheless, the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\] to their consciences being that they can use the computer for \[\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}\] accounts.

    A) entrepreneurs

    B) children

    C) Adults

    D) directors

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  • question_answer16)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    'It pays to advertise.? The old \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] remains true in \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] because advertising not only sells goods but also creates the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\] for new ones. The \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] computer is a modern example. The half a dozen big producers go in for highly competitive advertising, some of it aimed at \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\]. They can play games, educate themselves, prepare themselves for modern \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] all from a computer. All this can be done with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] and paper, but parents are pressurised into \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\] computers, nevertheless, the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\] to their consciences being that they can use the computer for \[\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}\] accounts.

    A) livelihood

    B) fashion

    C) Living

    D) designing

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  • question_answer17)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    'It pays to advertise.? The old \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] remains true in \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] because advertising not only sells goods but also creates the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\] for new ones. The \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] computer is a modern example. The half a dozen big producers go in for highly competitive advertising, some of it aimed at \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\]. They can play games, educate themselves, prepare themselves for modern \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] all from a computer. All this can be done with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] and paper, but parents are pressurised into \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\] computers, nevertheless, the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\] to their consciences being that they can use the computer for \[\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}\] accounts.

    A) pens

    B) books

    C) Teachers

    D) parents

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  • question_answer18)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    'It pays to advertise.? The old \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] remains true in \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] because advertising not only sells goods but also creates the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\] for new ones. The \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] computer is a modern example. The half a dozen big producers go in for highly competitive advertising, some of it aimed at \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\]. They can play games, educate themselves, prepare themselves for modern \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] all from a computer. All this can be done with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] and paper, but parents are pressurised into \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\] computers, nevertheless, the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\] to their consciences being that they can use the computer for \[\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}\] accounts.

    A) operating

    B) learning

    C) Teaching

    D) buying

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  • question_answer19)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    'It pays to advertise.? The old \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] remains true in \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] because advertising not only sells goods but also creates the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\] for new ones. The \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] computer is a modern example. The half a dozen big producers go in for highly competitive advertising, some of it aimed at \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\]. They can play games, educate themselves, prepare themselves for modern \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] all from a computer. All this can be done with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] and paper, but parents are pressurised into \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\] computers, nevertheless, the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\] to their consciences being that they can use the computer for \[\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}\] accounts.

    A) loss

    B) character

    C) Reward

    D) reminder

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  • question_answer20)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    'It pays to advertise.? The old \[\underline{\mathbf{Q11}}\] remains true in \[\underline{\mathbf{Q12}}\] because advertising not only sells goods but also creates the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q13}}\] for new ones. The \[\underline{\mathbf{Q14}}\] computer is a modern example. The half a dozen big producers go in for highly competitive advertising, some of it aimed at \[\underline{\mathbf{Q15}}\]. They can play games, educate themselves, prepare themselves for modern \[\underline{\mathbf{Q16}}\] all from a computer. All this can be done with \[\underline{\mathbf{Q17}}\] and paper, but parents are pressurised into \[\underline{\mathbf{Q18}}\] computers, nevertheless, the \[\underline{\mathbf{Q19}}\] to their consciences being that they can use the computer for \[\underline{\mathbf{Q20}}\] accounts.

    A) family

    B) friends

    C) Relatives

    D) individual

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  • question_answer21)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Varun and his sister ordered fish, vegetables and rice. They were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}\] and were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}\] for food, as they were going home late from school. To keep themselves \[\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}\] from their hunger pangs, they told each other stories. After about five minutes, their food finally arrived. It smelt good. They hurriedly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}\] their books and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}\]. It was delicious and they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] every bite. As they were enjoying their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] lunch, they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] their friend who had just arrived and invited him to their table.

    A) enthralled

    B) jubilant

    C) Famished

    D) weak

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  • question_answer22)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Varun and his sister ordered fish, vegetables and rice. They were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}\] and were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}\] for food, as they were going home late from school. To keep themselves \[\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}\] from their hunger pangs, they told each other stories. After about five minutes, their food finally arrived. It smelt good. They hurriedly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}\] their books and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}\]. It was delicious and they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] every bite. As they were enjoying their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] lunch, they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] their friend who had just arrived and invited him to their table.

    A) reluctant

    B) impatient

    C) Agile

    D) intense

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  • question_answer23)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Varun and his sister ordered fish, vegetables and rice. They were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}\] and were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}\] for food, as they were going home late from school. To keep themselves \[\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}\] from their hunger pangs, they told each other stories. After about five minutes, their food finally arrived. It smelt good. They hurriedly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}\] their books and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}\]. It was delicious and they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] every bite. As they were enjoying their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] lunch, they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] their friend who had just arrived and invited him to their table.

    A) interested

    B) ravenous

    C) Distracted

    D) satisfied

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  • question_answer24)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Varun and his sister ordered fish, vegetables and rice. They were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}\] and were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}\] for food, as they were going home late from school. To keep themselves \[\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}\] from their hunger pangs, they told each other stories. After about five minutes, their food finally arrived. It smelt good. They hurriedly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}\] their books and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}\]. It was delicious and they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] every bite. As they were enjoying their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] lunch, they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] their friend who had just arrived and invited him to their table.

    A) put on

    B) put up

    C) Put off

    D) put away

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  • question_answer25)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Varun and his sister ordered fish, vegetables and rice. They were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}\] and were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}\] for food, as they were going home late from school. To keep themselves \[\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}\] from their hunger pangs, they told each other stories. After about five minutes, their food finally arrived. It smelt good. They hurriedly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}\] their books and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}\]. It was delicious and they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] every bite. As they were enjoying their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] lunch, they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] their friend who had just arrived and invited him to their table.

    A) break into

    B) cut back on

    C) Eat out

    D) dug in

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  • question_answer26)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Varun and his sister ordered fish, vegetables and rice. They were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}\] and were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}\] for food, as they were going home late from school. To keep themselves \[\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}\] from their hunger pangs, they told each other stories. After about five minutes, their food finally arrived. It smelt good. They hurriedly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}\] their books and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}\]. It was delicious and they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] every bite. As they were enjoying their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] lunch, they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] their friend who had just arrived and invited him to their table.

    A) savoured

    B) searched

    C) Selected

    D) severed

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  • question_answer27)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Varun and his sister ordered fish, vegetables and rice. They were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}\] and were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}\] for food, as they were going home late from school. To keep themselves \[\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}\] from their hunger pangs, they told each other stories. After about five minutes, their food finally arrived. It smelt good. They hurriedly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}\] their books and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}\]. It was delicious and they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] every bite. As they were enjoying their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] lunch, they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] their friend who had just arrived and invited him to their table.

    A) distinctive

    B) sumptuous

    C) Fussy

    D) choicest

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  • question_answer28)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Varun and his sister ordered fish, vegetables and rice. They were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q21}}\] and were \[\underline{\mathbf{Q22}}\] for food, as they were going home late from school. To keep themselves \[\underline{\mathbf{Q23}}\] from their hunger pangs, they told each other stories. After about five minutes, their food finally arrived. It smelt good. They hurriedly \[\underline{\mathbf{Q24}}\] their books and \[\underline{\mathbf{Q25}}\]. It was delicious and they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q26}}\] every bite. As they were enjoying their \[\underline{\mathbf{Q27}}\] lunch, they \[\underline{\mathbf{Q28}}\] their friend who had just arrived and invited him to their table.

    A) displayed

    B) spotted

    C) Fostered

    D) cited

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  • question_answer29)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Many animals in the wild are suspicious and fearful \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] human beings. Many animals would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] flight instantly when a human approached. Man, however, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] discovered that some animals can be tamed or domesticated. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] Animals in the wild, these animals would allow man to be close to them. They would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]allow their owners to stroke or pet them. Many different kinds of animals have been domesticated. The dog, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] is also known as "man's best friend", is one of the first animals to have been domesticated. One of the most unusual animals to have been domesticated \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\] the pig. In England, long \[\underline{\mathbf{Q36}}\]. the pig was a wild animal. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q37}}\]was a ferocious and aggressive creature which was not easily captured. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q38}}\] nowadays, the domesticated pig is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q39}}\] longer the lean and tough creature it \[\underline{\mathbf{Q40}}\] to be!

    A) with

    B) for

    C) Of

    D) from

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  • question_answer30)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Many animals in the wild are suspicious and fearful \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] human beings. Many animals would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] flight instantly when a human approached. Man, however, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] discovered that some animals can be tamed or domesticated. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] Animals in the wild, these animals would allow man to be close to them. They would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]allow their owners to stroke or pet them. Many different kinds of animals have been domesticated. The dog, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] is also known as "man's best friend", is one of the first animals to have been domesticated. One of the most unusual animals to have been domesticated \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\] the pig. In England, long \[\underline{\mathbf{Q36}}\]. the pig was a wild animal. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q37}}\]was a ferocious and aggressive creature which was not easily captured. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q38}}\] nowadays, the domesticated pig is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q39}}\] longer the lean and tough creature it \[\underline{\mathbf{Q40}}\] to be!

    A) taken

    B) have taken

    C) Take

    D) took

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  • question_answer31)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Many animals in the wild are suspicious and fearful \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] human beings. Many animals would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] flight instantly when a human approached. Man, however, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] discovered that some animals can be tamed or domesticated. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] Animals in the wild, these animals would allow man to be close to them. They would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]allow their owners to stroke or pet them. Many different kinds of animals have been domesticated. The dog, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] is also known as "man's best friend", is one of the first animals to have been domesticated. One of the most unusual animals to have been domesticated \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\] the pig. In England, long \[\underline{\mathbf{Q36}}\]. the pig was a wild animal. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q37}}\]was a ferocious and aggressive creature which was not easily captured. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q38}}\] nowadays, the domesticated pig is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q39}}\] longer the lean and tough creature it \[\underline{\mathbf{Q40}}\] to be!

    A) latter

    B) earlier

    C) Soon

    D) previously

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  • question_answer32)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Many animals in the wild are suspicious and fearful \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] human beings. Many animals would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] flight instantly when a human approached. Man, however, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] discovered that some animals can be tamed or domesticated. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] Animals in the wild, these animals would allow man to be close to them. They would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]allow their owners to stroke or pet them. Many different kinds of animals have been domesticated. The dog, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] is also known as "man's best friend", is one of the first animals to have been domesticated. One of the most unusual animals to have been domesticated \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\] the pig. In England, long \[\underline{\mathbf{Q36}}\]. the pig was a wild animal. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q37}}\]was a ferocious and aggressive creature which was not easily captured. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q38}}\] nowadays, the domesticated pig is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q39}}\] longer the lean and tough creature it \[\underline{\mathbf{Q40}}\] to be!

    A) Just as

    B) Though

    C) Unlike

    D) Through

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  • question_answer33)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Many animals in the wild are suspicious and fearful \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] human beings. Many animals would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] flight instantly when a human approached. Man, however, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] discovered that some animals can be tamed or domesticated. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] Animals in the wild, these animals would allow man to be close to them. They would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]allow their owners to stroke or pet them. Many different kinds of animals have been domesticated. The dog, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] is also known as "man's best friend", is one of the first animals to have been domesticated. One of the most unusual animals to have been domesticated \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\] the pig. In England, long \[\underline{\mathbf{Q36}}\]. the pig was a wild animal. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q37}}\]was a ferocious and aggressive creature which was not easily captured. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q38}}\] nowadays, the domesticated pig is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q39}}\] longer the lean and tough creature it \[\underline{\mathbf{Q40}}\] to be!

    A) then

    B) finally

    C) Gradually

    D) even

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  • question_answer34)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Many animals in the wild are suspicious and fearful \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] human beings. Many animals would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] flight instantly when a human approached. Man, however, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] discovered that some animals can be tamed or domesticated. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] Animals in the wild, these animals would allow man to be close to them. They would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]allow their owners to stroke or pet them. Many different kinds of animals have been domesticated. The dog, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] is also known as "man's best friend", is one of the first animals to have been domesticated. One of the most unusual animals to have been domesticated \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\] the pig. In England, long \[\underline{\mathbf{Q36}}\]. the pig was a wild animal. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q37}}\]was a ferocious and aggressive creature which was not easily captured. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q38}}\] nowadays, the domesticated pig is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q39}}\] longer the lean and tough creature it \[\underline{\mathbf{Q40}}\] to be!

    A) who

    B) which

    C) Where

    D) whom

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  • question_answer35)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Many animals in the wild are suspicious and fearful \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] human beings. Many animals would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] flight instantly when a human approached. Man, however, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] discovered that some animals can be tamed or domesticated. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] Animals in the wild, these animals would allow man to be close to them. They would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]allow their owners to stroke or pet them. Many different kinds of animals have been domesticated. The dog, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] is also known as "man's best friend", is one of the first animals to have been domesticated. One of the most unusual animals to have been domesticated \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\] the pig. In England, long \[\underline{\mathbf{Q36}}\]. the pig was a wild animal. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q37}}\]was a ferocious and aggressive creature which was not easily captured. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q38}}\] nowadays, the domesticated pig is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q39}}\] longer the lean and tough creature it \[\underline{\mathbf{Q40}}\] to be!

    A) is

    B) are

    C) was

    D) were

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  • question_answer36)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Many animals in the wild are suspicious and fearful \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] human beings. Many animals would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] flight instantly when a human approached. Man, however, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] discovered that some animals can be tamed or domesticated. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] Animals in the wild, these animals would allow man to be close to them. They would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]allow their owners to stroke or pet them. Many different kinds of animals have been domesticated. The dog, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] is also known as "man's best friend", is one of the first animals to have been domesticated. One of the most unusual animals to have been domesticated \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\] the pig. In England, long \[\underline{\mathbf{Q36}}\]. the pig was a wild animal. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q37}}\]was a ferocious and aggressive creature which was not easily captured. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q38}}\] nowadays, the domesticated pig is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q39}}\] longer the lean and tough creature it \[\underline{\mathbf{Q40}}\] to be!

    A) time

    B) space

    C) Ago

    D) before

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  • question_answer37)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Many animals in the wild are suspicious and fearful \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] human beings. Many animals would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] flight instantly when a human approached. Man, however, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] discovered that some animals can be tamed or domesticated. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] Animals in the wild, these animals would allow man to be close to them. They would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]allow their owners to stroke or pet them. Many different kinds of animals have been domesticated. The dog, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] is also known as "man's best friend", is one of the first animals to have been domesticated. One of the most unusual animals to have been domesticated \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\] the pig. In England, long \[\underline{\mathbf{Q36}}\]. the pig was a wild animal. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q37}}\]was a ferocious and aggressive creature which was not easily captured. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q38}}\] nowadays, the domesticated pig is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q39}}\] longer the lean and tough creature it \[\underline{\mathbf{Q40}}\] to be!

    A) Where

    B) What

    C) It

    D) When

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  • question_answer38)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Many animals in the wild are suspicious and fearful \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] human beings. Many animals would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] flight instantly when a human approached. Man, however, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] discovered that some animals can be tamed or domesticated. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] Animals in the wild, these animals would allow man to be close to them. They would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]allow their owners to stroke or pet them. Many different kinds of animals have been domesticated. The dog, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] is also known as "man's best friend", is one of the first animals to have been domesticated. One of the most unusual animals to have been domesticated \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\] the pig. In England, long \[\underline{\mathbf{Q36}}\]. the pig was a wild animal. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q37}}\]was a ferocious and aggressive creature which was not easily captured. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q38}}\] nowadays, the domesticated pig is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q39}}\] longer the lean and tough creature it \[\underline{\mathbf{Q40}}\] to be!

    A) Although

    B) And

    C) Despite

    D) Yet

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  • question_answer39)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Many animals in the wild are suspicious and fearful \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] human beings. Many animals would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] flight instantly when a human approached. Man, however, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] discovered that some animals can be tamed or domesticated. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] Animals in the wild, these animals would allow man to be close to them. They would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]allow their owners to stroke or pet them. Many different kinds of animals have been domesticated. The dog, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] is also known as "man's best friend", is one of the first animals to have been domesticated. One of the most unusual animals to have been domesticated \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\] the pig. In England, long \[\underline{\mathbf{Q36}}\]. the pig was a wild animal. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q37}}\]was a ferocious and aggressive creature which was not easily captured. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q38}}\] nowadays, the domesticated pig is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q39}}\] longer the lean and tough creature it \[\underline{\mathbf{Q40}}\] to be!

    A) any

    B) no

    C) Whole

    D) some

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  • question_answer40)

    Read the passages that follow and select the correct options that can replace the corresponding underlined portions.
    Many animals in the wild are suspicious and fearful \[\underline{\mathbf{Q29}}\] human beings. Many animals would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q30}}\] flight instantly when a human approached. Man, however, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q31}}\] discovered that some animals can be tamed or domesticated. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q32}}\] Animals in the wild, these animals would allow man to be close to them. They would \[\underline{\mathbf{Q33}}\]allow their owners to stroke or pet them. Many different kinds of animals have been domesticated. The dog, \[\underline{\mathbf{Q34}}\] is also known as "man's best friend", is one of the first animals to have been domesticated. One of the most unusual animals to have been domesticated \[\underline{\mathbf{Q35}}\] the pig. In England, long \[\underline{\mathbf{Q36}}\]. the pig was a wild animal. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q37}}\]was a ferocious and aggressive creature which was not easily captured. \[\underline{\mathbf{Q38}}\] nowadays, the domesticated pig is \[\underline{\mathbf{Q39}}\] longer the lean and tough creature it \[\underline{\mathbf{Q40}}\] to be!

    A) ought

    B) used

    C) Should

    D) would

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