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1. In the past, the common form of marriage (a) ··- the various cultural groups in Kenya was polygamy and

the polygamous families were embedded (b) ··· extended family units consisting (c) ··· a man, his

several wives and their married sons and children. But (d) ··· line with the modern world, things are

now changing there. The old custom of polygamous marriage is yielding (e) ··· the nwe practice of

monogamy, although many polygamous families can still be found (f) ··· the rural areas of Kenya. Many

monogamous Kenyans are now living in nuclear families (g) ···- their single spouses and their

children. Many of them have given (h) ··· their pastoral lives and have become wage-earners in cities. But

they can hardly give (i) ··· their extended family and lineage connections back (j) ··· their

villages.

Answer-1: (a) among (b) in (c) of (d) in (e) to (f) in(8)with(h)up(i)up(j) in

2. Unsafe levels of pesticides are present (a) ··· around half of the vegetables and more than a quarter

of fruits sold (b) ··· the capital's markets, a recent survey has found. A 15-member team (c) ···

the National Food Safety Laboratory, (d) ··· support from the Food and Agriculture Organization

(FAO), came up with the findings (e) ··· collecting and testing food samples (f) ··· the

capital's Gulshan, Karwanbayar and Mohakhali markets. The survey report, a copy of which was acquired (g)

··· the Dhaka Tribune, read that nearly 40% of 82 samples of milk, milk products, fish, fruits and

vegetables contained banned pesticides such as DDT, Aldrin, Chlordane and Heptachlor. The amounts

of pesticide (h) ··· these samples were found to be 3 to 20 times greater than the limits set (i)

··· the European Union. Around 50% vegetables and 35% fruits were found to be contained (j) ··- unsafe

level of pesticides.

Answer-2: (a) in (b) in (c) of (d) with (e) after (f) from (g) by (h) in (i) by (j) with

3. Nelson Mandela guided South Africa (a) ··· the shackles of apartheid to a multi-racial democracy,

as an icon (b) ··· peace and reconciliation who came to embody the straggle (c) ··· justice around

the world. Imprisoned for nearly three decades for his fight (d) ··· white minority rule, Mandela never

lost his resolve to fight (e) ··· his people's emancipation. He was determined to bring (f) ···

apartheid while avoiding a civil war. His prestige and charisma helped him win the support (g) ··· the

world. 'I hate race discrimination most intensely and (h) ··· all its manifestation. I have fought it all

(i) ··· my life; I will fight it now, and will do so until the end of my days,' Mandela said in his

acceptance speech on becoming South Africa's first black president in 1994, ... 'The time (j) ··-

the healing of the wounds has come. The moment to bridge the chasms that divide us has come.'

Answer-3: (a) from (b) of (c) for (d) against (e) for (f) down (g) of (h) in (i) during (j) for

4. A good stock (a) ··- words is necessary (b) ·· anybody who wants to use a language. Vocabulary is an es

sential component (c) ··- successful communication. It is an integral part (d) ··- reading skill.

While grammar is important, a lack (e) ··· vocabulary may result (f) ·· complete failure to convey a mes

sage. Vocabulary includes conceptual knowledge (g) ··- words that go well (h) ··· an ordinary dictionary

meaning. Student's vocabulary knowledge is a building process that occurs (i) ··· time as they tend to

make connections (j) ··- other words.

Answer-4: (a) of(b) of (c) down (d) of (e) in (f) up (g) through/outside (h) from (i) to (j) with

5. English and a Bengali gentleman were travelling (a) · the same train and they were in the same

compartment. The English man was vet), proud (b) · himself because he was an Englishman. He looked (c) ·

upon the Bengali gentleman who, however, took no notice. (d) · it and went to sleep (e) · pea. As soon as

the Bengali gentleman was asleep, the Englishman picked (f) · the gentleman's shoes and thrwe them

(g) · the windwo and went to sleep. When the Bengali gentleman woke up, he looked for his shoes and

understood it. Then he took the English man's long coat (h) · the wall and thrwe it outside the

windwo and returned (i) · bed laughingly. Next morning the Englishman became startled and shouted,

'Where's my coat gone?' Your coat has gone to fetch my shoes,' said the gentleman (j) · a smile. The

Bengali gentleman was Sir Ashutosh Mukherjee.

Answer-5: (a) by (b) for(c) of(d) of (e) of(f) in(g) of(h) with (i) with(j) with

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