SSC: Para Jumble Quiz: 05.04.2021
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A) Accommodation and food were given free.
B) This was held in a hostel for poor students built by a philanthropist.
C) A few years ago, I was the chief guest at a small function.
D) But the inmates of the hostel had to bear other expenses like clothing and toiletries.
A) Their prestige and glory spread far and wide.
B) The first Olympics were held at Olympia in Greece in 776 B C
C) It was because the Christians believed that they encouraged pagan worship in temples.
D) However, with the advent of Christianity, the games lost their importance.
A) These baits were temptations that people couldn’t resist.
B) He evolved a theory that the world was a rat-trap.
C) Once, a peddler sat looking at his rat-trap.
D) Here, people lay baits for others.
A) So, in the agrarian era, you destroy your enemy’s productive capacity by burning his crops or fields.
B) Now, in the information era, destroying the enemy’s productive capacity means destroying their information infrastructure.
C) You battle with your enemy by destroying the enemy’s productive capacity, which will be different depending upon the foundation of economy.
D) But in the industrial era, ending productive capacity meant bombing of the factories that are located in cities and main industrial areas.
Given below are four jumbled sentences. Pick the option that gives their correct order.
P. They were all very bright and eager to learn, and the sage was proud of them.
Q. One day he realized that he had imparted sufficient knowledge to his disciples.
R. Once upon a time, a great sage had a group of obedient disciples.
S. There was only one thing that he had not taught them – a special mantra that could bring the dead back to life.
A) When a calf is born under water, the mother must get it to the surface before it drowns.
B) The young ones remain with their parents for up to fifteen years or more.
C) Often another whale assists the mother nudging the baby gently and encouraging it to swim.
D) Whales have highly developed maternal instincts.
A) While the long thin ones are most common, there are many other varieties.
B) Noodles are the staple food in many cultures across the world.
C) They are then served with a sauce or in soup.
D) However, all varieties are usually cooked in boiling water.
A) I found he was an old sailor and knew all the seafaring men in Bristol.
B) So, I engaged him on the spot to be the ship's cook but he proved to be much more.
C) He had lost his health ashore and wanted a berth as cook to get to the sea again.
D) I was standing on the dock when by accident I fell in talk with a stranger.
A. This is because of its aroma, flavor and variety in the market.
B. Thus, it leads to poor health and mental disorders among children.
C Children as well as teenagers are tempted towards junk food.
D. It has no or negligible nutritional value and high content of sugar and salt.
A. They can then purchase them on subsidized rates with additional loan facilities.
B. It will import technologically advanced medical instrumental and provide them to entrepreneurs.
C. The Indian Government has announced certain facilities in the budget session.
D. This will help in strengthening the economic condition of entrepreneurs.
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