SSC: Para Jumble Quiz: 12.03.2021
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A) The mountain range was covered with snow.
B) Napoleon had to cross the Alps in winter.
C) Napoleon replied that the word ‘impossible’ did not exist for him.
D) So, someone told Napoleon that the task was impossible.
A) Much of this war had taken place along the Western Front.
B) Both sides had dug in deep and each lost many men over little ground.
C) This front was a line of trenches across which the two sides faced each other.
D) Andre Maginot had fought a war with the French against the Germans.
A) These lotteries organized by State Governments sell dreams.
B) Lured by this, millions of poor people waste their hard-earned money.
C) Crores of rupees and gold are offered as prizes.
D) People buy lotteries hoping to become rich overnight.
A) These are generated by a violent undersea disturbance or ocean activity.
B) Once generated, they travel outward on the ocean surface in all directions.
C) A tsunami is made up of a series of very long waves.
D) Spreading thus, they look like ripples caused by throwing a rock in a pond.
P. R.K. Narayan was born in a Hindu Brahmin family in Madras in the year 1906.
Q. Therefore, he went to Lutheran Missionary School where he faced discrimination from Christian students.
R. However, he continued to study with dedication.
S. He was particularly interested in English literature.
P. The first thing you must do while choosing a career is to assess yourself.
Q. In addition to it you must also see if you are well suited for that particular profession.
R. Understand where your interest lies.
S. However, merely having interest in a particular field does not help.
P. There is a good scope of personal growth and development in the big cities.
Q. Besides, there are a number of activities one can involve in outside the school which help in personal growth.
R. These educational institutes give the individuals a chance to participate in various kinds of activities and events to help them explore their interest.
S. Children living in such cities have access to good schools and colleges.
P: Hence, it is necessary to have newspaper publications that are fearless, intelligent, and politically neutral.
Q: Newspapers help in building people’s thoughts, ideas and feelings towards different things.
R: Thus, the articles in newspapers should be correct and neutral.
S: If the news is not true and neutral then it can also lead to a biased opinion.
P: You can do this with the help of books on gardening and online websites.
Q: Also keep in mind that caring for different plants can be easy or difficult, depending upon the plants.
R: However, following a few basic tips helps enormously in growing your garden.
S: If you decide to take up gardening as a hobby and have no prior experience with it, it is best for you to research gardening.
P: We live in a residential society in a metropolitan city.
Q: I only get to see a postman when I visit my grandparents during my summer vacation.
R: They live in a beautiful village in North India.
S: The sight of a postman is very rare here.
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