Directions (Q.1-5) In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered.

These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words/phrases are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word/phrase in each case.

In a system where caste and income certificates are for sale, it is not (1) to ‘produce’ these documents for mutual benefit. Receipts are duly made in their names, and the rations thus ‘drawn’ are (2) off into the open market. The sale price of an item like rice makes clear the (3) economics – it costs Rs.8 in a ration shop while in the latter is Rs.30 or above. There are also customers who would rather exchange their entitlements for hard cash at the beginning of the month.

As the degradation progresses, the shopkeeper, in (4) with the official machinery, manages to withhold effectively the entitlements from even the genuine beneficiaries, and diverts them to the open market. The targeted group is usually not in a position to (5) itself to get its due.

easy

must

difficult

simple

enough


2. Directions (Q.1-5) In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered.

These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words/phrases are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word/phrase in each case.

In a system where caste and income certificates are for sale, it is not (1) to ‘produce’ these documents for mutual benefit. Receipts are duly made in their names, and the rations thus ‘drawn’ are (2) off into the open market. The sale price of an item like rice makes clear the (3) economics – it costs Rs.8 in a ration shop while in the latter is Rs.30 or above. There are also customers who would rather exchange their entitlements for hard cash at the beginning of the month.

As the degradation progresses, the shopkeeper, in (4) with the official machinery, manages to withhold effectively the entitlements from even the genuine beneficiaries, and diverts them to the open market. The targeted group is usually not in a position to (5) itself to get its due.

sell

borrowed

donated

Bought

siphoned


3. Directions (Q.1-5) In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered.

These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words/phrases are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word/phrase in each case.

In a system where caste and income certificates are for sale, it is not (1) to ‘produce’ these documents for mutual benefit. Receipts are duly made in their names, and the rations thus ‘drawn’ are (2) off into the open market. The sale price of an item like rice makes clear the (3) economics – it costs Rs.8 in a ration shop while in the latter is Rs.30 or above. There are also customers who would rather exchange their entitlements for hard cash at the beginning of the month.

As the degradation progresses, the shopkeeper, in (4) with the official machinery, manages to withhold effectively the entitlements from even the genuine beneficiaries, and diverts them to the open market. The targeted group is usually not in a position to (5) itself to get its due.

understood

poor

underlying

Mechanical

unclear


4. Directions (Q.1-5) In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered.

These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words/phrases are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word/phrase in each case.

In a system where caste and income certificates are for sale, it is not (1) to ‘produce’ these documents for mutual benefit. Receipts are duly made in their names, and the rations thus ‘drawn’ are (2) off into the open market. The sale price of an item like rice makes clear the (3) economics – it costs Rs.8 in a ration shop while in the latter is Rs.30 or above. There are also customers who would rather exchange their entitlements for hard cash at the beginning of the month.

As the degradation progresses, the shopkeeper, in (4) with the official machinery, manages to withhold effectively the entitlements from even the genuine beneficiaries, and diverts them to the open market. The targeted group is usually not in a position to (5) itself to get its due.

meeting

collusion

flow

show

line


5. Directions (Q.1-5) In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered.

These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words/phrases are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word/phrase in each case.

In a system where caste and income certificates are for sale, it is not (1) to ‘produce’ these documents for mutual benefit. Receipts are duly made in their names, and the rations thus ‘drawn’ are (2) off into the open market. The sale price of an item like rice makes clear the (3) economics – it costs Rs.8 in a ration shop while in the latter is Rs.30 or above. There are also customers who would rather exchange their entitlements for hard cash at the beginning of the month.

As the degradation progresses, the shopkeeper, in (4) with the official machinery, manages to withhold effectively the entitlements from even the genuine beneficiaries, and diverts them to the open market. The targeted group is usually not in a position to (5) itself to get its due.

ask

voiced

assert

deliver

willful