CLAT Sample Paper UG-CLAT Mock Test-1 (2020)

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    ‘You have organized buses for the bachelor parties?’ I said.
    Yes, ma'’am. The buses will be there at 7.30 at the front entrance.’ I read further.
    Day 3: Bhajan and Puja in function room (4 p.m.)
    Day 4: Mehndi—counters for all ladies in function room (12-6 p.m.)
    Day 5: Sangeet in function room (8 p.m.)
    The choreographer is here for the sangeet practice?'’ I said.
    ‘No, ma'’am. He will arrive in two days. He said that’s enough time for practice.'’ I looked at the itinerary again.
    Day 6: Wedding at the Grand Ballroom and the Main Lawns (8 p.m.)
    Day 7: Checkouts and departures (12 noon)
    Suraj handed over the other sheets with details about each function and venue. ‘'Sorry about the rooms’ goof-up, madam. Everything is under control now,’' he said.
    Suraj had just left when Brijesh came up behind me. 'This place is beautiful. Great idea to have a wedding in Goa',’ he said. His accent was 90 per cent Indian and 10 per cent American.
    From a distance I saw my parents at the Marriott entrance, greeting Brijesh’'s parents and their relatives with folded hands.
    I focused back on Brijesh. 'Thank you. I always wanted a destination wedding,’' I said. Awkward silence for ten long, slow seconds.
    What are we supposed to say to each other? Should I break the ice?
    Shut up, Radhika. Shut the fuck up. You look,’ 'Brijesh paused, searching for an apt word, ‘'beautiful'.’ Could you do no better, Mr. Groom? Stop it, Radhika, I scolded myself.-Yeah, stop it, Radhika! I have to tell you about this bad habit of mine. I have this little person, this inner mini-me who keeps chattering about every situation or person around me. Sometimes, this mini-me overwhelms me so much I have to think hard to remember what just happened. 'Thank you,’' I said. 'Thank you, Brijesh.’'
    And what sort of a name is Brijesh? Can it be more unfashionable? Radhika, you are going to marry a guy called Brijesh. You will be Mrs. Brijesh Gulati. That’s terrible. Okay, stop it. Stop it, Radhika.
    He’s come a long way. He’'s a nice guy. That'’s what matters, right? '‘Yellow looks nice on you,'’ Brijesh continued. Actually, yellow sucks on me, what with my famous wheatish complexion. I wore this because mom wanted a sunflower in the lobby when the Gulatis arrived. Okay, he is trying. 'Thanks',’ I said.
    Say more, you stupid girl. '‘Your kurta is also nice,'’ I said. Duh, could you be more stupid? '‘Hello, beta.'’ A man in his early fifties along with his wife came up to me. They seemed too enthusiastic to be complete strangers. It took me a second to place them. All right, they were my inlaws. Mr. Aadarsh Gulati and Mrs. Sulochana Gulati. Radhika, behave.
    Don'’t say anything stupid. Be like mom. Be like Aditi. What would Aditi didi do? She would touch their feet. C’mon, dive, then. I bent down. I touched the feet of people I had only Skyped twice in my life but who now deserved my total respect. My parents had met them several times, of course. Dad told me they were nice people. Nice people? How does anyone figure out nice people? Are there any nice people in this world? See, my mind won’'t stop chattering. Ever. '‘How was your flight, uncle?’' I said. ‘'Just one hour from Mumbai. Not like Brijesh, who has come from halfway across the world,’' Aadarsh uncle said.
    Why the narrator says, “"shut up, Radhika. Shut the fuck up”".

    A) Because she is hiding a secret

    B) Because she doesn’t want to verbalize her mind

    C) Because the narrator does not like Radhika

    D) Because she has made a promise to Radhika

    Correct Answer: B

    Solution :

    Rationale: (b) What are we supposed to say to each other? Should I break the ice? Should I say, hey, we can officially start having sex in a week? Shut up, Radhika. Shut the fuck up.

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