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This lesson focuses on introduction and a basic cloze test teaching you the way I attempt this topic..... definitely you will get to know something new

Sidhant Sharma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Sidhant Sharma
Cleared SSC, AFCAT, UPSC CDS .... teaching English since 2015.....teacher by passion....

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sir jis cloze test mein language toufgh hoti h...use phele poori pdna chayiye...ya ek ek option ko solve Karte huye..???
Sidhant Sharma
6 months ago
ek ek question.....coz apne paas time bhut limited hota hai
Preetpal Sandhu
6 months ago
thanku sir guidance ke liye..
  1. CLOZE TEST PRACTICE Presented by SIDHANT SHARMA


  2. SIDHANT SHARMA BTECH (ME) CLEARED SSC, AFCAT, UPSC CDS ETC TEACHING ENGLISH SINCE 2015 TEACHER BY PASSION Follow me on. https.//unacademy.com/user/sidhantsharma 1992-6940 RATE REVIEWRECCOMEND


  3. The idea of the documentary was .. .1.. (deceive) by Anubhav in the year 2007 while he was 2(attaining) to his undergraduate course ...3...(off) the Western International University, New Delhi, India as a possible ...4...(enmity) for an annual inter-university competition ...5... (furor) SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) ...6...(as well as) his institution rejected his 7... (prosperous) on account of non-feasibility ...8...(sincere) then he is independently working on this documentary and has likewise) interviewed famous personalities from all walks of ...10... (sphere) 1.(a) accepted (b) conceived (c) borrowed (d) taken (e) No change required


  4. The idea of the documentary was .. .1.. (deceive) by Anubhav in the year 2007 while he was 2(attaining) to his undergraduate course ...3...(off) the Western International University, New Delhi, India as a possible ...4...(enmity) for an annual inter-university competition ...5... (furor) SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) ...6...(as well as) his institution rejected his 7... (prosperous) on account of non-feasibility ...8...(sincere) then he is independently working on this documentary and has likewise) interviewed famous personalities from all walks of ...10... (sphere) 2. (a) attending (b) arriving (d) noticing (e) No change required (c) catching


  5. The idea of the documentary was ...12.(deceive) by Anubhav in the year 2007 while he was2.. (attaining) to his undergraduate course ...3...(off) the Western International University, New Delhi, India as a possible ...4...(enmity) for an annual inter-university competition ...5... (furor) SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) ...6... (as well as) his institution rejected his ...7... (prosperous) on account of non-feasibility. ...8...(sincere) then he is independently working on this documen personalities from all walks of ...10...(sphere). 3.(a) on(b) in (c) at (d) as (e) No change required tary and has ...9...likewise) interviewed famous


  6. The idea of the documentary was .. .1.. (deceive) by Anubhav in the year 2007 while he was 2(attaining) to his undergraduate course ...3...(off) the Western International University, New Delhi, India as a possible ...4...(enmity) for an annual inter-university competition ...5... (furor) SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) ...6...(as well as) his institution rejected his 7... (prosperous) on account of non-feasibility ...8...(sincere) then he is independently working on this documentary and has likewise) interviewed famous personalities from all walks of ...10... (sphere) 4.(a) exit (d) allocation (e) No change required (b) entry (c) retirement


  7. The idea of the documentary was ...12.(deceive) by Anubhav in the year 2007 while he was2 (attaining) to his undergraduate course ...3...(off) the Western International University, New Delhi, India as a possible ...4...(enmity) for an annual inter-university competition ...5... (furor) SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) ...6... (as well as) his institution rejected his ...7... (prosperous) on account of non-feasibility. ...8...(sincere) then he is independently working on this documen personalities from all walks of ...10...(sphere). 5.(a) for (b) from (c) if (d) form (e) No change required tary and has ...9...likewise) interviewed famous


  8. The idea of the documentary was .. .1.. (deceive) by Anubhav in the year 2007 while he was 2(attaining) to his undergraduate course ...3...(off) the Western International University, New Delhi, India as a possible ...4...(enmity) for an annual inter-university competition ...5... (furor) SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) ...6...(as well as) his institution rejected his 7...(prosperous) on account of non-feasibility ...8...(sincere) then he is independently working on this documentary and has likewise) interviewed famous personalities from all walks of ...10... (sphere) 6.(a) except (b) only (c) but (d) yet (e) No change required


  9. The idea of the documentary was .. .1.. (deceive) by Anubhav in the year 2007 while he was 2(attaining) to his undergraduate course ...3...(off) the Western International University, New Delhi, India as a possible ...4...(enmity) for an annual inter-university competition ...5... (furor) SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) ...6...(as well as) his institution rejected his 7... (prosperous) on account of non-feasibility ...8...(sincere) then he is independently working on this documentary and has likewise) interviewed famous personalities from all walks of ..10...(sphere). 7.(a) angle (b) proposal (c) motion (d) news (e) No change required


  10. The idea of the documentary was .. .1.. (deceive) by Anubhav in the year 2007 while he was 2(attaining) to his undergraduate course ...3...(off) the Western International University, New Delhi, India as a possible ...4...(enmity) for an annual inter-university competition ...5...(furor) SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) ...6...(as well as) his institution rejected his 7...(prosperous) on account of non-feasibility ...8...(sincere) then he is independently working on this documentary and has ...9...likewise) interviewed famous personalities from all walks of ...10... (sphere) 8. (a) Since beside (e) No change required (b) nearby (c) convenient (d)


  11. The idea of the documentary was .. .1.. (deceive) by Anubhav in the year 2007 while he was 2(attaining) to his undergraduate course ...3...(off) the Western International University, New Delhi, India as a possible ...4...(enmity) for an annual inter-university competition ...5... (furor) SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) ...6...(as well as) his institution rejected his 7...(prosperous) on account of non-feasibility ...8...(sincere) then he is independently working on this documentary and has ...9...likewise) interviewed famous personalities from all walks of ..10...(sphere). 10.(a) light (b) live (c) alone (d) life (e) No change required


  12. Now, the battle is heating up as the European Union is expected to release new rules later this year for how services such as YouTube handle music, potentially (1) some of the copyright protections that Internet. The E.U. has between song royalties and what user-upload services such as YouTube earn from selling ads while playing music. How such a law would address the gap is still being decided, but the E.U. has indicated it plans to focus on ensuring copyright holders are "properly(4)." Even the value gap's existence (5) disputed A recent economic study commissioned by YouTube found no value gap - in fact, the report said YouTube promotes the music industry, and if YouTube stopped playing music, 85 percent of users would (6) to services that offered lower or no royalties. 3. A) Primly B) Solemly C) Ceremonially D) Formally E) Fittingly (2) the (3) recognized that there is a "value gap"


  13. Now, the battle is heating up as the European Union is expected to release new rules later this year for how services such as YouTube handle music, potentially (1) some of the copyright protections that(2) the Internet. The E.U. has between song royalties and what user-upload services such as YouTube earn from selling ads while playing music. How such a law would address the gap is still being decided, but the E.U. has indicated it plans to focus on ensuring copyright holders are "properly(4)." Even the value gap's existence(5) disputed. A recent economic study commissioned by YouTube found no value gap - in fact, the report said YouTube promotes the music industry, and if YouTube stopped playing music, 85 percent of users would (6) to services that offered lower or no royalties. 5. A) Remains B) Is C) Left D) Was E) Stays (3) recognized that there is a "value gap"


  14. Now, the battle is heating up as the European Union is expected to release new rules later this year for how services such as YouTube handle music, potentially_(1) some of the copyright protections that(2) the Internet. The E.U. has between song royalties and what user-upload services such as YouTube earn from selling ads while playing music. How such a law would address the gap is still being decided, but the E.U. has indicated it plans to focus on ensuring copyright holders are "properly(4)." Even the value gap's existence(5) disputed. A recent economic study commissioned by YouTube found no value gap - in fact, the report said YouTube promotes the music industry, and if YouTube stopped playing music, 85 percent of users would (6) to services that offered lower or no royalties. 6. A) Deluge B) Bevy C) Flock D) Huddle E) Gaggle (3) recognized that there is a "value gap"


  15. Does Indian industry need democracy? The Indian economy's sustained growth today is (threatened)--(1)--by incomplete democracy. While millions of ndians endure poverty only a tiny majority (value) (2)prosperity On the other hand, many Latin American countries have registered__(extreme) growth rates under military dictators and today one of the fastest growing economies in the world China- has an_(orthodox) (4) rather than a democratic government. So why does India need democracy for sustained growth? To many, democracy (5)-(means)--slower decision-making with corrupt politicians and red-tapeism etc. Industry should therefore be_(6) (urged)_with less, not more, democracy. However, while China_(7) (curtails)consumption in order to save and invest more than half its output to produce 10%growth, India (8) (hoard) its output and manages to achieve 9% growth from one-third of its output. almost two-thirds of (even)_(9) India's democracy is not inefficient when it comes to making -(effective)_-_(10)-use of resources 2. (A) pursuit (B) acquisition C) benefit (D) enjoy (E) Given option is correct.


  16. Does Indian industry need democracy? The Indian economy's sustained growth today is (threatened)--(1)--by incomplete democracy. While millions of ndians endure poverty only a tiny majority (value) (2)prosperity On the other hand, many Latin American countries have registered--(extreme) growth rates under military dictators and today one of the fastest growing economies in the world China- has an_(orthodox) (4) rather than a democratic government. So why does India need democracy for sustained growth? To many, democracy (5)-(means)--slower decision-making with corrupt politicians and red-tapeism etc. Industry should therefore be_(6) (urged)--with less, not more, democracy. However, while China_(7) (curtails)consumption in order to save and invest more than half its output to produce 10%growth, India (8) (hoard) its output and manages to achieve 9% growth from one-third of its output. almost two-thirds of (even)_(9) India's democracy is not inefficient when it comes to making -(effective)--(10)--use of resources. 4. (A) autonomous (B) economical (C) authoritarian (D) egalitarian (E) Given option is correct.


  17. Does Indian industry need democracy? The Indian economy's sustained growth today is (threatened)--(1)--by incomplete democracy. While millions of ndians endure poverty only a tiny majority (value) (2)prosperity On the other hand, many Latin American countries have registered--(extreme) growth rates under military dictators and today one of the fastest growing economies in the world-Chinahas an _(orthodox) (4)rather than a democratic government. So why does India need democracy for sustained growth? To many, democracy--(5)(means) slower decision-making with corrupt politicians and red-tapeism etc. Industry should therefore be_(6) (urged)--with less, not more, democracy. However, while China_(7) (curtails)consumption in order to save and invest more than half its output to produce 10%growth, India (8) (hoard) its output and manages to achieve 9% growth from one-third of its output. almost two-thirds of (even)_(9) India's democracy is not inefficient when it comes to making -(effective)--(10)_ use of resources. 5. (A) imply (B) mentions (C) attracts (D) features (E) Given option is correct.


  18. Does Indian industry need democracy? The Indian economy's sustained growth today is (threatened)--(1)--by incomplete democracy. While millions of ndians endure poverty only a tiny majority (value) (2)prosperity On the other hand, many Latin American countries have registered--(extreme) growth rates under military dictators and today one of the fastest growing economies in the world China- has an_(orthodox) (4) rather than a democratic government. So why does India need democracy for sustained growth? To many, democracy(5)_(means) slower decision-making with corrupt politicians and red-tapeism etc. Industry should therefore be_(6) (urged)--with less, not more, democracy. However, while China_(7) (curtails)consumption in order to save and invest more than half its output to produce 10%growth, India (8) (hoard) its output and manages to achieve 9% growth from one-third of its output. almost two-thirds of (even)_(9) India's democracy is not inefficient when it comes to making -(effective)- (10)_ use of resources. 9. (A) Accordingly (B) Totally (C) Thus (D) Likely (E) Given option is correct.


  19. ere are various sectors in India that are to be assessed for their strengths, weaknesses,opportunities and threats. The total population is over 1 billion which will increase to 1.46 billion by 2035 to cross china. The huge population will result in higher unemployment and another factor to be(2) (called) the population was illiterate. The major due to child labour which has should be totally eradicated by way of (5) (approval) and a good educational system implemented properly by the government. Pollution is one more threat to the environment and for the country's (6) (policy) mainly in metropolitan cities. The water pollution by the sewage (7) (exclusion)--into the groundwater and improper maintenance will lead to various diseases which in turn will affect the next generation. In most of the cities there is no proper sewage disposal. The government has to take effective steps to control population which, in turn, will minimize the pollution. of quality. Literacy, in India is yet According to 1991 census, 64.8% of (3) ( projection) of education is (increase) (1) (4) (continued) all over India and this This has been experienced more in urban areas 1. A) drop B) improvement C) uplift D) deterioration E) No change required.


  20. ere are various sectors in India that are to be assessed for their strengths, weaknesses,opportunities and threats. The total population is over 1 billion which will increase to 1.46 billion by 2035 to cross china. The huge population will result in higher unemployment and another factor to be(2) (called) the population was illiterate. The major due to child labour which has should be totally eradicated by way of (5) (approval) and a good educational system implemented properly by the government. Pollution is one more threat to the environment and for the country's (6) (policy) mainly in metropolitan cities. The water pollution by the sewage (7) (exclusion)--into the groundwater and improper maintenance will lead to various diseases which in turn will affect the next generation. In most of the cities there is no proper sewage disposal. The government has to take effective steps to control population which, in turn, will minimize the pollution. (increase) (1) of quality. Literacy, in India is yet According to 1991 census, 64.8% of (3) ( projection) of education is (4) (continued) all over India and this This has been experienced more in urban areas 4. A) diminishing B) lowered C) spread D) lost E) No change required.


  21. one about one-sixth of the world econo my ted to be lis setious noulbie. Beglonig ln 2010, an iespetted soreneign A couple of years ago, the euroz debt crisis contributed to and was compounded by serious weaknesses in major banks. Fiscal austerity, in Greece and other relatively weak countries, helped fuel an overall economic (1). In the absence of (2) mutual support, there was an aura of last-ditch desperation when, in March 2015, the European Central Bank announced an (3) program of purchasing government debt. Just over two years later, the situation looks much more positive. The latest International Monetary Fund forecast projects 1.7% growth for the eurozone as a whole in 2017, and 1.6% growth in 2018-a remarkable improvement from a few years ago, when the region struggled to break 1%Recent solvency concerns for some smaller banks in Italy and Spain were handled without causing any significant (4) . And, at a just-concluded ECB conference that I attended, there was even some discussion of when the ECB could scale back its (5) and perhaps begin to raise interest rates. (All the sessions were on the record and live webcast.) 1.1) downturn 2) betterment 3) improvement 4) continuity 5) perpetuation


  22. The immediate macroeconomic picture remains somewhat murky. On the morning of June 27, financial markets thought ECB President Mario Draghi spoke more positively on growth than in the recent past, and the value of the euro (6) significantly. By the next morning, senior ECB officials were (7) as saying that Draghi's remarks had been overinterpreted - and the euro fell. The real question is what comes next, and this was the theme of the conference: what should we expect in terms of Europe's medium-term growth (8) ? In particular, as long as interest rates remain low, the current level of government debt in countries such as Italy remains (9) . But as interest rates rise, will there be sufficient growth to sustain the expectation that public debt levels are (10)? 9. 1) deter 2) depress 3) manageable 4) allusion5) citation


  23. Once upon a time in Mumbai, I was present at Teachers' Day function that delivered a ...(1)... lesson to both the management and the teaching staff. When the gifts were unwrapped and the teachers found stainless steel tiffin boxes, a section of them.. (2)..."Does this mean we do more cooking and have less time for reading, researching and updating ? Is it a reminder that our primary place is the kitchen ?" They said they preferred a field trip. If accepting gifts is tough, choosing is much ...(3).... So, You set (4)... cash, time and effort to meet a gifting need and often end up feeling...(5)... that it may not be the right one. How do I know (6)... won't be ...(7)... to a shelf-back or worse, re- cycled ? The joy of choosing for some one you love doesn't entirely take away the stress of finding the "perfect gift", does it ? 1. 1) Reasonable 2) upright3) intense 4) startling 5) impair


  24. Once upon a time in Mumbai, I was present at Teachers' Day function that delivered a ...(1)... lesson to both the management and the teaching staff. When the gifts were unwrapped and the teachers found stainless steel tiffin boxes, a section of them.. (2)..."Does this mean we do more cooking and have less time for reading, researching and updating ? Is it a reminder that our primary place is the kitchen ?" They said they preferred a field trip. If accepting gifts is tough, choosing is much ...(3).... So, You set (4)... cash, time and effort to meet a gifting need and often end up feeling...(5)... that it may not be the right one. How do I know (6)... won't be ...(7)... to a shelf-back or worse, re- cycled ? The joy of choosing for some one you love doesn't entirely take away the stress of finding the "perfect gift", does it ? 2. 1) exploded 2) invigorate 3) moderated 4) favoured5) redeemed


  25. Once upon a time in Mumbai, I was present at Teachers' Day function that delivered a ..1)... lesson to both the management and the teaching staff. When the gifts were unwrapped and the teachers found stainless steel tiffin boxes, a section of them ...(2)."Does this mean we do more cooking and have less time for reading, researching and updating ? Is it a reminder that our primary place is the kitchen ?" They said they preferred a field trip. If accepting gifts is tough, choosing is much...(3.... So, You set ...(4). cash, time and effort to meet a gifting need and often end up feeling...(5)... that it may not be the right one. How do I know ...(6)... won't be ...(7)... to a shelf-back or worse, re- cycled ? The joy of choosing for some one you love doesn't entirely take away the stress of finding the "perfect gift", does it ? 6. 1) creditable 2) benevolent 3) it 4) have 5) you


  26. Well Face bookers, be reminded-you can get together on your Facebook walls and buy on another gifts. Wrapp, an app that runs on smart phones or tablets etc, lets Face book friends buy gift cards from participating retailers individually or by teaming up, store them in mobiles and ...(8)... them either online or at physical stores. "E- commerce platforms are becoming...(9... more social with the ...10)... of comments, recommendations and purchase history from each person's social graph. 9. 1) comely 2) amity 3) inherently4) towering 5) hampering


  27. Armed with the powers, a litle over a month ago, to get lenders and defaulting borrowers to sit down and address the...(1)...symmetry task of cleaning up toxic bad debts, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has decided to crack the whip. The central bank's decision to act on the advice of its Internal Advisory Committee and direct lenders to initiate...(2)...insolvency proceedings against 12 corporate borrowers -each owing in excess of 5,000 crore-has come not a day too regulatory...(3)...sustenance was...(4)...voluntary not only to safeguard the health of the banking system but also to ward off any wider impact on the economy. RBI Governor Urjit Patel... (5)...minimize the importance of tackling the bad loans problem as recently as during the June 6-7 meeting of the Monetary a key macroeconomic concern. It is, therefore, imperative to ensure resolution of stressed assets of banks and timely recapitalisation [of public sector lenders)" 2. 1) shield 2) pride 3) hoard 4) paragon 5) No correction required.


  28. Armed with the powers, a little over a month ago, to get lenders and defaulting borrowers to sit down and address the...(1)...symmetry task of cleaning up toxic bad debts, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has decided to crack the whip. The central bank's decision to act on the advice of its Internal Advisory Committee and direct lenders to initiate...(2)...insolvency proceedings against 12 corporate borrowers -each owing in excess of 5,000 crore-has come not a day too regulatory...(3)...sustenance was...(4)...voluntary not only to safeguard the health of the banking system but also to ward off any wider impact on the economy. RBI Governor Urjit Patel... (5)...minimize the importance of tackling the bad loans problem as recently as during the June 6-7 meeting of the Monetary a key macroeconomic concern. It is, therefore, imperative to ensure resolution of stressed assets of banks and timely recapitalisation [of public sector lenders)" 4. 1) skulk 2) sneak 3) imperative 4) lurk 5) No correction required.


  29. Armed with the powers, a little over a month ago, to get lenders and defaulting borrowers to sit down and address the...(1)...symmetry task of cleaning up toxic bad debts, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has decided to crack the whip. The central bank's decision to act on the advice of its Internal Advisory Committee and direct lenders to initiate...(2)...insolvency proceedings against 12 corporate borrowers-, each owing in excess of 5,000 crore-has come not a day too soon. With gross non-performing assets (NPAs) at about 7 lakh crore, a regulatory...(3)...sustenance was...(4)...voluntary not only to safeguard the health of the banking system but also to ward off any wider impact on the economy. RBI Governor Urjit Patel... (5)...minimize the importance of tackling the bad loans problem as recently as during the June 6-7 meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee when he said: "The... (6)...quiescent investment cycle remains a key macroeconomic concern. It is, therefore, imperative to ensure resolution of stressed assets of banks and timely recapitalisation [of public sector lenders]." 5. 1) underscored 2) harbor 3) conquer4) disacknowledge 5) No correction required.


  30. While the RBI has not...(7)...obscure the names of the defaulting dozen, reports suggest they are largely made up of steelmakers and infrastructure companies. at steel companies were among the worst-hit in the wake of the global...(8)...improvement in commodity prices and depressed demand in recent years is widely known; to that extent the sector's presence in the list comes as no surprise. The onus now shifts to the lender consortiums to...(9)...expedite the insolvency process under the new Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC). The enabling architecture is now in place to speedily bring a defaulting borrower's operations under the purview of an insolvency professional, once the National Company Law Tribunal has accepted the creditors application for initiating insolvency proceedings against the debtor. But the actual time frame in which the resolution is going to occur remains to be seen, given that the IBC is still in its... (10)....dotage. 10. 1) geriatrics 2) senility 3) cease 4) infancy 5) No correction required.