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He had the nerveto suggest that I was cheating.
Your despicable remarks call for no reply.
He earns enough to satisfy his wants.
The merchant was renowned for his simple way of living,
I have learnt a great deal working in factories, and for a time I’ve been a weaver. Here are my testimonials/, Mr.Davis.
The Director leaves on Tuesday on tour of the overseas branches of the company,
(A) round up
(B) private visit
(D) official visit
He is gregarious, he is loner, he loves argument, he cannot bear to lose one.
The base of Indian politicians is the group of sycophants around them who earn bad name for their leaders,
(D) jar nor
Twenty people were killed as the boat foundered in the storm,
The oppressive weather made the work difficult for them.
The Opposition made a stident demand for putting the bill to vote.
It was his practice to go for a walk every morning.
She was not the one who committed the crime, but she was culpable too.
He adopted quite a diffident stand when it was a matter of son’s career,
Eventually vision is affected and the patient is only able to see if light is present.
He has saved money because his wife is frugal.
His craven behaviour makes him an object of mockery,
Before finalizing this transaction, I had to sign an indemnity bond.
(A) a compensation bond
(B) a security bond
(C) a partnership bond
(D) a reparation bond
Feeling humiliated and frustrated, he could no longer brook the indifferent attitude of the government.
The incident was a grim reflection of the bizarre things that go on in the village.
The District Collector made it clear that the Government cannot sustain for long the support for such schemes,
The most common type of colour blindness involves inability to tell red from green.
The collection of poems, in a slim volume, is gleaned from several anthologies of ancient Indian poetry,
Even today many people are guided by abstruse moral values.
As the jockey tried to ride the horse, it suddenly went berserk.
(A) broke the carriage
(B) on a galloping speed
(C) became uncontrollably wild
(D) began to kick back