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Law Entrance Exams 2020 | Cloze Test & Fill in the blanks Quiz | 06.02.2020

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Question 1

Direction: 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 in each case.
The origin of distinction between child work and child labour can be traced to the (1) of industrialization. The pre-industrial society had children performing work from a very young age. This work was not regarded by the then society as a form of ‘exploitation’, because the work formed part of certain ‘social norms’ that governed society. This however, does not mean that children were treated similarly as adults, or there was no (2) among children. This also does not mean that the lives of children were better than that of present day children. Children were carrying their own childhood identity as well as their social identities. But, what is being stated here is that, as children were performing activities, which included work, broadly within the (3) of family and community, there were social norms that regulated these work, and unlike the present laws, such norms were evolved, practiced and (4) by the community themselves, and not through an administrative machinery, not directly accountable to the community. Similarly, in the traditional economy of agriculture, crafts and services, children were ‘socialized’ into work by adults at very early age. In this limited perspective, there was little difference for such a child between (5) and work.
Find out the appropriate word in each case.

Question 2

Direction: 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 in each case.
The origin of distinction between child work and child labour can be traced to the (1) of industrialization. The pre-industrial society had children performing work from a very young age. This work was not regarded by the then society as a form of ‘exploitation’, because the work formed part of certain ‘social norms’ that governed society. This however, does not mean that children were treated similarly as adults, or there was no (2) among children. This also does not mean that the lives of children were better than that of present day children. Children were carrying their own childhood identity as well as their social identities. But, what is being stated here is that, as children were performing activities, which included work, broadly within the (3) of family and community, there were social norms that regulated these work, and unlike the present laws, such norms were evolved, practiced and (4) by the community themselves, and not through an administrative machinery, not directly accountable to the community. Similarly, in the traditional economy of agriculture, crafts and services, children were ‘socialized’ into work by adults at very early age. In this limited perspective, there was little difference for such a child between (5) and work.
Find out the appropriate word in each case.

Question 3

Direction: 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 in each case.
The origin of distinction between child work and child labour can be traced to the (1) of industrialization. The pre-industrial society had children performing work from a very young age. This work was not regarded by the then society as a form of ‘exploitation’, because the work formed part of certain ‘social norms’ that governed society. This however, does not mean that children were treated similarly as adults, or there was no (2) among children. This also does not mean that the lives of children were better than that of present day children. Children were carrying their own childhood identity as well as their social identities. But, what is being stated here is that, as children were performing activities, which included work, broadly within the (3) of family and community, there were social norms that regulated these work, and unlike the present laws, such norms were evolved, practiced and (4) by the community themselves, and not through an administrative machinery, not directly accountable to the community. Similarly, in the traditional economy of agriculture, crafts and services, children were ‘socialized’ into work by adults at very early age. In this limited perspective, there was little difference for such a child between (5) and work.
Find out the appropriate word in each case.

Question 4

Direction: 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 in each case.
The origin of distinction between child work and child labour can be traced to the (1) of industrialization. The pre-industrial society had children performing work from a very young age. This work was not regarded by the then society as a form of ‘exploitation’, because the work formed part of certain ‘social norms’ that governed society. This however, does not mean that children were treated similarly as adults, or there was no (2) among children. This also does not mean that the lives of children were better than that of present day children. Children were carrying their own childhood identity as well as their social identities. But, what is being stated here is that, as children were performing activities, which included work, broadly within the (3) of family and community, there were social norms that regulated these work, and unlike the present laws, such norms were evolved, practiced and (4) by the community themselves, and not through an administrative machinery, not directly accountable to the community. Similarly, in the traditional economy of agriculture, crafts and services, children were ‘socialized’ into work by adults at very early age. In this limited perspective, there was little difference for such a child between (5) and work.
Find out the appropriate word in each case.

Question 5

Direction: 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 in each case.
The origin of distinction between child work and child labour can be traced to the (1) of industrialization. The pre-industrial society had children performing work from a very young age. This work was not regarded by the then society as a form of ‘exploitation’, because the work formed part of certain ‘social norms’ that governed society. This however, does not mean that children were treated similarly as adults, or there was no (2) among children. This also does not mean that the lives of children were better than that of present day children. Children were carrying their own childhood identity as well as their social identities. But, what is being stated here is that, as children were performing activities, which included work, broadly within the (3) of family and community, there were social norms that regulated these work, and unlike the present laws, such norms were evolved, practiced and (4) by the community themselves, and not through an administrative machinery, not directly accountable to the community. Similarly, in the traditional economy of agriculture, crafts and services, children were ‘socialized’ into work by adults at very early age. In this limited perspective, there was little difference for such a child between (5) and work.
Find out the appropriate word in each case.

Question 6

Direction: A sentence with one blank is given, indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the word that best fits the blank appropriately.
He gave them all the royal titles and lands, but this arrangement did not put an end to the ____________.

Question 7

Direction: A sentence with one blank is given, indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the word that best fits the blank appropriately.
Elisabeth noticed the ___________ change and suspected Jackson had something to do with it.

Question 8

Direction: A sentence with one blank is given, indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the word that best fits the blank appropriately.
The principal was _____________ in her decision of giving the errant student a harsh punishment.

Question 9

Direction: A sentence with one blank is given, indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the word that best fits the blank appropriately.
They pray for spiritual welfare and believe in the _________ of such prayers.

Question 10

Direction: A sentence with one blank is given, indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the word that best fits the blank appropriately.
He may present the text in the purest form which the external evidence warrants and place all ____________ suggestions for its improvement in notes or appendices.

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