English Questions (Cloze test) For DSSSB 2018 Exam: 14th July 2018

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Directions (1-5): In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

………1…… to a simple yoga technique in the morning, such as an energizing sun-salutation or cat-cow pose, can make up the whole mind-body element. It thus builds focus for the rest of the day and leaves you feeling ……2……… and ready. It also ……3……… awareness while doing so. This is a ………4…… that works backwards. You tend to sleep earlier as you are mindful of waking up early for the yoga class, so bedtime gets a higher priority in your life. Early morning yoga calms you down for the rest of the day by setting a steady tone. The breathing patterns are carried into the day leaving you ……5……… and relaxed.

Q1. …………… to a simple yoga technique
(a) Following
(b) Adhering
(c) Going after
(d) Superseding

Q2. Leaves you feeling …………… and ready.
(a) rejuvenated
(b) updated
(c) refurbished
(d) restituted

Q3. It also …………… awareness
(a) booms
(b) facilitates
(c) speeds up
(d) enhances

Q4. This is a …………… that works backwards
(a) shortcut
(b) hymn
(c) melody
(d) mantra

Q5. Leaving you …………… and relaxed.
(a) lazy
(b) carefree
(c) feeling at ease
(d) spontaneous

Directions (6-10): In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

What does “victim–centric” mean in the criminal justice system? It means restoring the confidence of victims in the system and achieving the ……6……… of justice in whichever sense the idea is conceived. ……7……… this end, the system must confer certain rights on victims to enable them to ……8……… in the proceedings, including the right to be impleaded and to engage an advocate in serious offences, the right to track the progress of ………9……, the right to be heard on critical issues and to assist the court in the ……10……… of truth.

Q6. achieving the …………… of justice in whichever sense the idea is conceived.
(a) purpose
(b) agenda
(c) plan
(d) goal

Q7. …………… this end,
(a) Toward
(b) For
(c) Near
(d) Forward

Q8. the system must confer certain rights on victims to enable them to …………… in the proceedings
(a) share
(b) participate
(c) judge
(d) speak

Q9. the right to track the progress of ……………
(a) a case
(b) the ruling
(c) the proceedings
(d) the process

Q10. the right to be heard on critical issues and to assist the court in the …………… of truth.
(a) pursuance
(b) perusal
(c) pursuing
(d) pursuit

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