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I have discussed about the new pattern of cloze test with examples in Hindi.

Neetu Rani
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Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: Some people are sitting in a straight line facing towards south. Only six people are sitting between M and K. Q is seventh to the right of J. O is not an immediate neighbour of K and N. L is sitting one of the extreme ends and is eight to the right of N. Only three people are sitting between N and P, in which one of them is K. K is not an immediate neighbour of N and P. R and S are an immediate neighbour of each other and sitting between J and Q. R is fifth from the left end of the line and is fourth to the left of P. Q is not an immediate neighbour of K. O is right of M but not immediate and second. O is not an immediate neighbour of Q.
Neetu Rani
9 months ago
It is not possible to explain it on comment section..so kindly allow some time..I will upload lesson on it.. thank you Jagdish for sharing your thoughts with me 😃
Please explain it madam
Neetu Rani
9 months ago
Ok Jagdish
  1. GOLDEN TRICKS ON CLOZE TEST


  2. CLOZE TEST NEW PATTERN


  3. FIRST LOOK AT THE INSTRUCTION


  4. In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered as well as filled with a word which may be inappropriate in context of the passage or maybe not. If the word highlighted is appropriate then choose any one option suggested given below since you need to choose the most inappropriate word. But if the given word is inappropriate and requires no change then mark (5) i.e. no change required as your answer.


  5. Delhi's air quality worsens(1) with unfailing regularity at this time of the year, with large swathes of north India in the grip of a suffocating smog, but the State governments that can make it easier for millions to breathe do not act with any sense of urgency. That it has turned into a public health emergency in the capital, with the air quality index touching extremely perilous(2) levels in some parts, necessitating the closure of primary schools, has further lowered its standing Q.1 ( ) deteriorates (2) aggravates (3) degrades (4) elevates (5) NCR


  6. Delhi's air quality worsens(1) with unfailing regularity at this time of the year, with large swathes of north India in the grip of a suffocating smog, but the State governments that can make it easier for millions to breathe do not act with any sense of urgency. That it has turned into a public health emergency in the capital, with the air quality index touching extremely perilous(2) levels in some parts, necessitating the closure of primary schools, has further lowered its standing. (1) deteriorates (2) aggravates (3) degrades elevates)(5) NCR


  7. Delhi's air quality worsens(1) with unfailing regularity at this time of the year, with large swathes of north India in the grip of a suffocating smog, but the State governments that can make it easier for millions to breathe do not act with any sense of urgency. That it has turned into a public health emergency in the capital, with the air quality index touching extremely perilous(2) levels in some parts, necessitating the closure of primary schools, has further lowered its standing. ( ) Risky (2) unpredictable (3) hazardous (4) speculative(5) NCIR


  8. Delhi's air quality worsens(1) with unfailing regularity at this time of the year, with large swathes of north India in the grip of a suffocating smog, but the State governments that can make it easier for millions to breathe do not act with any sense of urgency. That it has turned into a public health emergency in the capital, with the air quality index touching extremely perilous(2) levels in some parts, necessitating the closure of primary schools, has further lowered its standing. Q.2 (1) Risky2 unpredictable 3) hazardous (4) speculative(5) NCR


  9. It is unconscionable for governments, through indifference and inaction, to subject citizens to such toxic air, and cause extreme(3) suffering especially among people with respiratory ailments and impaired lung function. The smog that envelops the region is exacerbated by the burning of biomass in Punjab and Haryana, and the winter atmosphere is marked by weak(4) ventilation. (1) Severe (2) harsh (3) coarse (4) malleable (5) NCR


  10. It is unconscionable for governments, through indifference and inaction, to subject citizens to such toxic air, and cause extreme(3) suffering especially among people with respiratory ailments and impaired lung function. The smog that envelops the region is exacerbated by the burning of biomass in Punjab and Haryana, and the winter atmosphere is marked by weak(4) ventilation. (1) Severe (2) harsh (3) coarse (4) malleable) (5) NCR


  11. An analysis of local sources by IIT-Kanpur last year pointed to construction dust, vehicular pollution, and domestic and industrial emissions as other major factors. Clearly, the burden of such accepted(5) problems has outweighed the benefits conferred by measures such as the ban on Deepawali crackers, and in the past, the shift to compressed natural gas for commercial vehicles and restricting(6) car use to odd and even number plates on alternate days. (1) Incurable (2) lifelong (3) constant (4) chronic(5) NCR


  12. A comprehensive solution demands that the governments of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, assisted by the Centre, address farm body(7) burning and construction dust. The post-monsoon - as opposed to pre-monsoon burning of rice and wheat residue releases maximum aerosols that contribute to the volume of PM2.5, which gets embedded(8) in the lungs. Automation of farm operations leaves root-bound crop waste after machine harvesting, running to millions of tones, requiring a solution of scale. (1) Slag (2) silt (3) trash (4) residue (5) NCR


  13. A comprehensive solution demands that the governments of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, assisted by the Centre, address farm body(7) burning and construction dust. The post-monsoon - as opposed to pre-monsoon -burning of rice and wheat residue releases maximum aerosols that contribute to the volume of PM2.5, which gets embedded(8) in the lungs. Automation of farm operations leaves root-bound crop waste after machine harvesting, running to millions of tones, requiring a solution of scale. 1) available (2) impacted (3) attached (4) fixed (5) NCR


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