Directions(1-5): In each question, a sentence is given followed by a blank. Each blank is followed by three options and you have to determine which option can be used in place of blank to make it a meaningful sentence and mark it as your answer.
- Today’s Tories look more divided than Labour, but that is because a governing party has to do Brexit, while the opposition only has to talk about it. May has made unpopular choices that Jeremy Corbyn pretends do not need making. Labour’s policy is to engineer a general election, win it, then _________ an alchemist Brexit that keeps the benefits of the single market without the obligations of EU membership.
a. make up
b. lay waste
c. cook upBoth a & bBoth b & cBoth c & aOnly bAll are CorrectOption C
- Momentum had elsewhere been criticised for picking the low-hanging fruit of a lizard conspiracist, rather than taking on someone, say, closer to the Labour home. But this seems part of the strategy: using the Icke focus to enable a wider discussion of the use, amid the left, of classic antisemitic tropes involving, for example, the Rothchild family. It was perhaps also intended to _________ the conspiracists in their ranks – although the scale of the problem exposed has doubtless come as a surprise.
a. blighted out
b. flush out
c. draw outBoth a & bBoth b & cBoth c & aOnly aAll are CorrectOption B
- There’s much to ponder and revisit, while the collection continues to grow. Like postcards from an old friend, they invite us to pause, _________ and savour life. In a BBC profile last month, AN Wilson implored viewers to revisit the verse of TS Eliot, arguing that the poet’s themes of time and memory and belief are as relevant now as when written in the 20th century. He’s right, and similarly the letters from Cave bring solace in a tumultuous age, and perhaps also decades from now.
a. look up
b. perk up
c. deal with itBoth a & bBoth b & cBoth c & aOnly aAll are CorrectOption A
- The far-right activist Tommy Robinson will march on London under the banner of “Brexit Betrayal” on Sunday 9 December – just two days before the parliamentary _________ Theresa May’s deal. The demonstration represents the real-life, undeniable intersection of the Brexit project and the far right. The response of both the left and the anti-Brexit movement could define them for years to come.
a. vote at
b. cast on
c. vote onBoth a & bBoth b & cBoth c & aOnly cAll are CorrectOption D
- The mobilisation of the far right on the eve of the parliamentary vote on May’s deal presents the burgeoning anti-Brexit movement with a test and an opportunity. Just over a month ago, 700,000 people marched for a people’s vote. Another Europe is Possible has, along with a series of prominent left figures, _________ an explicitly anti-Brexit mobilisation on 9 December, which will build numbers for a joint general anti-fascist protest. If remainers mobilise, they could dwarf the pro-Brexit far right.
a. productive for
b. called for
c. called upBoth a & bBoth b & cBoth c & aOnly aAll are CorrectOption B
- After the rearrangement of sentences, what will be the second sentence?
- After the rearrangement of sentences, what will be the fourth sentence?
- After the rearrangement of sentences, what will be the first sentence?
- After the rearrangement of sentences, what will be the Last sentence?
- After the rearrangement of sentences, what will be the Third sentence?
Directions(6-10): The following sentences have to be arranged in the proper sequence, so as to form a meaningful paragraph. On the basis of your sequencing, answer the questions that follow
A. Women have also been found to be prescribed strong painkillers less often, and at lower doses than men.
B. Pain is self-reported, so this matters.
C. We know already that women’s health is taken far less seriously by doctors than men’s.
D. When I was sat on an examination bed in hospital recently, repeatedly being stabbed with a sharp pin to test reflexes, I was asked if it hurt.
E. A seminal 2001 study by researchers at Maryland University, titled The Girl Who Cried Pain: A Bias Against Women in the Treatment of Pain, found that women were less likely to receive aggressive treatment when diagnosed and were more likely to have their pain dismissed.