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Law Entrance Exams 2020 | Cloze Test Quiz | 10.02.2020

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Question 1

Read the following passage and fill in each blank with words chosen from options given. 

The Law Commission’s consultation paper on (1) ___________ of family laws is a progressive document that avoids the advocacy of a uniform civil code merely for the sake of uniformity. Instead, it adopts an approach that would (2) ___________ movement towards establishing a body of civil law that promotes equality within the law governing each community. In other words, it advocates the removal of (3) ___________ provisions in the law relating to aspects such as marriage, divorce, succession and adoption in all religions — and the adoption of certain universal principles that would address gender bias and other forms of existing discrimination. A simple way of moving towards a common marriage law is to make 18 the marriageable age for all communities and genders. When the age of majority and the age of voting, among other indicators of adulthood, stand at 18, there is no reason for (4) ___________ treatment on this score. The Commission rightly points out that the present age of 21 for men merely(5) ___________ the stereotype that the wife should be younger.
Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank No.1

Question 2

Read the following passage and fill in each blank with words chosen from options given. 

The Law Commission’s consultation paper on (1) ___________ of family laws is a progressive document that avoids the advocacy of a uniform civil code merely for the sake of uniformity. Instead, it adopts an approach that would (2) ___________ movement towards establishing a body of civil law that promotes equality within the law governing each community. In other words, it advocates the removal of (3) ___________ provisions in the law relating to aspects such as marriage, divorce, succession and adoption in all religions — and the adoption of certain universal principles that would address gender bias and other forms of existing discrimination. A simple way of moving towards a common marriage law is to make 18 the marriageable age for all communities and genders. When the age of majority and the age of voting, among other indicators of adulthood, stand at 18, there is no reason for (4) ___________ treatment on this score. The Commission rightly points out that the present age of 21 for men merely(5) ___________ the stereotype that the wife should be younger.
Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank No.2

Question 3

Read the following passage and fill in each blank with words chosen from options given. 

The Law Commission’s consultation paper on (1) ___________ of family laws is a progressive document that avoids the advocacy of a uniform civil code merely for the sake of uniformity. Instead, it adopts an approach that would (2) ___________ movement towards establishing a body of civil law that promotes equality within the law governing each community. In other words, it advocates the removal of (3) ___________ provisions in the law relating to aspects such as marriage, divorce, succession and adoption in all religions — and the adoption of certain universal principles that would address gender bias and other forms of existing discrimination. A simple way of moving towards a common marriage law is to make 18 the marriageable age for all communities and genders. When the age of majority and the age of voting, among other indicators of adulthood, stand at 18, there is no reason for (4) ___________ treatment on this score. The Commission rightly points out that the present age of 21 for men merely(5) ___________ the stereotype that the wife should be younger.
Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank No.3

Question 4

Read the following passage and fill in each blank with words chosen from options given. 

The Law Commission’s consultation paper on (1) ___________ of family laws is a progressive document that avoids the advocacy of a uniform civil code merely for the sake of uniformity. Instead, it adopts an approach that would (2) ___________ movement towards establishing a body of civil law that promotes equality within the law governing each community. In other words, it advocates the removal of (3) ___________ provisions in the law relating to aspects such as marriage, divorce, succession and adoption in all religions — and the adoption of certain universal principles that would address gender bias and other forms of existing discrimination. A simple way of moving towards a common marriage law is to make 18 the marriageable age for all communities and genders. When the age of majority and the age of voting, among other indicators of adulthood, stand at 18, there is no reason for (4) ___________ treatment on this score. The Commission rightly points out that the present age of 21 for men merely(5) ___________ the stereotype that the wife should be younger.
Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank No.4

Question 5

Read the following passage and fill in each blank with words chosen from options given. 

The Law Commission’s consultation paper on (1) ___________ of family laws is a progressive document that avoids the advocacy of a uniform civil code merely for the sake of uniformity. Instead, it adopts an approach that would (2) ___________ movement towards establishing a body of civil law that promotes equality within the law governing each community. In other words, it advocates the removal of (3) ___________ provisions in the law relating to aspects such as marriage, divorce, succession and adoption in all religions — and the adoption of certain universal principles that would address gender bias and other forms of existing discrimination. A simple way of moving towards a common marriage law is to make 18 the marriageable age for all communities and genders. When the age of majority and the age of voting, among other indicators of adulthood, stand at 18, there is no reason for (4) ___________ treatment on this score. The Commission rightly points out that the present age of 21 for men merely(5) ___________ the stereotype that the wife should be younger.
Select the most appropriate option to fill in blank No.5
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