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This lesson has mock cloze test along with explained solutions which will help you in preparation of your exam.

Niharika John Mehra is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Niharika John Mehra
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There is need to read the whole passage for answering all questions. Like 2nd one is blank before development and in the 2nd last line of passage we see coastal development and there we get answer of 2nd, that is coastal
  1. Mock Cloze Test TEST 14


  2. ABOUT ME A Verified Educator on Unacademy and on Unacademy Plus Freelance Trainer for Personality Development and English Language .Freelance Academic Content Creator BA Mass Communication and MA in English Lit.


  3. INSTRUCTIONS Read the cloze test thoroughly Understand context Try elimination method s Check your answer


  4. Marine life ( 1 ) along the coast and in the ocean results from harmful fishing practices such as trawling or dynamite fishing poor land practices in agricultural, ( 2) development and forestry sectors and the human activities such as mining and anchoring. Destroyed habitats include sea grasses marshes, corals and man, groves all of which are important nurseries for fish and critical for buffering coasts from storm damage. Damaging habitat can lead to increased (3) and sedimentation, increased impact from storms, fewer (4) grounds and fewer places for animals and plants to live. Destructive fishing, land-based sedimentation, dredging, marine recreation, typhoons and storms, poor agricultural practices, and coastal development and land (5) increasingly impair and devastate productive marine habitats. , 1) (a) destruction (b) construction (c) obstruction (d) description (e) evolution


  5. Marine life ( 1 ) along the coast and in the ocean results from harmful fishing practices such as trawling or dynamite fishing poor land practices in agricultural, ( 2) development and forestry sectors and the human activities such as mining and anchoring. Destroyed habitats include sea grasses marshes, corals and man, groves all of which are important nurseries for fish and critical for buffering coasts from storm damage. Damaging habitat can lead to increased (3) and sedimentation, increased impact from storms, fewer (4) grounds and fewer places for animals and plants to live. Destructive fishing, land-based sedimentation, dredging, marine recreation, typhoons and storms, poor agricultural practices, and coastal development and land (5) increasingly impair and devastate productive marine habitats. e 2) (a) coast (b) coastal (c) coasting (d) bank (e) edge


  6. Marine life ( 1 ) along the coast and in the ocean results from harmful fishing practices such as trawling or dynamite fishing poor land practices in agricultural, ( 2) development and forestry sectors and the human activities such as mining and anchoring. Destroyed habitats include sea grasses marshes, corals and man, groves all of which are important nurseries for fish and critical for buffering coasts from storm damage. Damaging habitat can lead to increased (3) and sedimentation, increased impact from storms, fewer (4) grounds and fewer places for animals and plants to live. Destructive fishing, land-based sedimentation, dredging, marine recreation, typhoons and storms, poor agricultural practices, and coastal development and land (5) increasingly impair and devastate productive marine habitats. , 3) (a) igneous (b) deposit (c) erosion (d) metamorphic (e) deposition


  7. Marine life ( 1 ) along the coast and in the ocean results from harmful fishing practices such as trawling or dynamite fishing poor land practices in agricultural, ( 2) development and forestry sectors and the human activities such as mining and anchoring. Destroyed habitats include sea grasses marshes, corals and man, groves all of which are important nurseries for fish and critical for buffering coasts from storm damage. Damaging habitat can lead to increased (3) and sedimentation, increased impact from storms, fewer (4) grounds and fewer places for animals and plants to live. Destructive fishing, land-based sedimentation, dredging, marine recreation, typhoons and storms, poor agricultural practices, and coastal development and land (5) increasingly impair and devastate productive marine habitats. 4-4) (a) nursing (b) hospitality (c) nourishing (d) nursery (e) helpful


  8. " Marine life ( 1 ) along the coast and in the ocean results from harmful fishing practices such as trawling or dynamite fishing poor land practices in agricultural, (2) development and forestry sectors and the human activities such as mining and anchoring. Destroyed habitats include sea grasses, marshes, corals and man, groves all of which are important nurseries for fish and critical for buffering coasts from storm damage. Damaging habitat can lead to increased (3) and sedimentation, increased impact from storms, fewer (4) grounds and fewer places for animals and lants to live. Destructive fishing, land-based sedimentation, dredging, marine recreation, typhoons and storms, poor agricultural practices, and coastal development and land ( 5) increasingly impair and devastate productive marine habitats. 5) (a) reclamation (b) accumulate (c) accommodation (d) deserting habitat


  9. Solutions


  10. Marine life ( 1 ) along the coast and in the ocean results from harmful fishing practices such as trawling or dynamite fishing poor land practices in agricultural, ( 2) development and forestry sectors and the human activities such as mining and anchoring. Destroyed habitats include sea grasses marshes, corals and man, groves all of which are important nurseries for fish and critical for buffering coasts from storm damage. Damaging habitat can lead to increased (3) and sedimentation, increased impact from storms, fewer (4) grounds and fewer places for animals and plants to live. Destructive fishing, land-based sedimentation, dredging, marine recreation, typhoons and storms, poor agricultural practices, and coastal development and land (5) increasingly impair and devastate productive marine habitats. , 1) (a) destruction (b) construction (c) obstruction (d) description (e) evolution


  11. , Marine life ( 1 ) along the coast and in the ocean results from harmful fishing practices such as trawling or dynamite fishing poor land practices in agricultural, (2) development and forestry sectors and the human activities such as mining and anchoring. Destroyed habitats include sea grasses, marshes, corals and man, groves all of which are important nurseries for fish and critical for buffering coasts from storm damage. Damaging habitat can lead to increased (3) and sedimentation, increased impact from storms, fewer (4) grounds and fewer places for animals and plants to live. Destructive fishing, land-based sedimentation, dredging, marine recreation, typhoons and storms, poor agricultural practices, and coastal development and land ( 5) increasingly impair and devastate productive marine habitats. e, 3) (a) igneous (b) deposit (c) erosion (d) metamorphic (e) deposition


  12. , Marine life ( 1 ) along the coast and in the ocean results from harmful fishing practices such as trawling or dynamite fishing poor land practices in agricultural, (2) development and forestry sectors and the human activities such as mining and anchoring. Destroyed habitats include sea grasses, marshes, corals and man, groves all of which are important nurseries for fish and critical for buffering coasts from storm damage. Damaging habitat can lead to increased (3) and sedimentation, increased impact from storms, fewer (4) grounds and fewer places for animals and plants to live. Destructive fishing, land-based sedimentation, dredging, marine recreation, typhoons and storms, poor agricultural practices, and coastal development and land ( 5) increasingly impair and devastate productive marine habitats. 5) (a) reclamation (b) accumulate (c) accommodation (d) deserting (e) habitat