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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 1: A. establish B. renovate C. encourage D. remember
Question 2: A. measure B. context C. postcard D. resource
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges.
Question 3: – “Do you mind if I take a seat?” – “ .”
- No I mind B. No, do as you please
- Yes, do as you please D. Yes, I don’t mind
Question 4: Jenny : “I think higher living standard is one of the reason that many people want to be a city dweller.” – Mark: “ ”
- Why not? B. I couldn’t agree more.
- It’s nice of you to say so. D. That’s quite all right.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
Question 5: Embracing new technologies will help the country to develop more quickly.
- rejecting B. obscuring C. disobeying D. contradicting
Question 6: The hotel was incredible with breathtaking view and excellent cuisine.
- unimpressive B. unspoilt C. unadorned D. untouched
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 7 to 13
Buying a house is the single largest financial investment an individual makes. Yet, in India this act is fraught with risk and individuals depend on weak laws for justice. Occasionally, deviant promoters are called to account as was the case in the detention of Unitech’s promoters. This incident shows up the fallout of an absence of proper regulation to cover contracts between buyers and real estate promoters. A real estate bill, which is presently pending in Rajya Sabha, seeks to fill this gap. It has been debated for over two years and should be passed by Parliament in the budget session.
India is in the midst of rapid urbanization and urban population is expected to more than double to about 900 million over the next three decades. Unfortunately, even the current population does not have adequate housing. A government estimate in 2012 put the shortage at nearly 19 million units. If this shortage is to be alleviated quickly, India’s messy real estate sector needs reforms.
The real estate bill seeks to set standards for contracts between buyers and sellers. Transparency, a rare commodity in real estate, is enforced as promoters have to upload project details on the regulators’ website. Importantly, standard definitions of terms mean that buyers will not feel cheated after taking possession of a house. In order to protect buyers who pay upfront, a part of the money collected for a real estate project is ring-fenced in a separate bank account. Also, given the uncertainty which exists in India on land titles, the real estate bill provides title insurance. This bill has been scrutinized by two parliamentary committees and its passage now brooks no delay.
This bill is an important step in cleaning up the real estate market, but the journey should not end with it. State governments play a significant role in real estate and they are often the source of problems. Some estimates suggest that real estate developers have to seek approvals of as many as 40 central and state departments, which lead to delays and an escalation in the cost of houses. Sensibly, NDA government’s project to provide universal urban housing forces states to institute reforms to access central funding. Without real estate reforms at the level of states, it will not be possible to meet the ambition of making housing accessible for all urban dwellers.
Question 7: What is the passage mainly about?
- The obstacles and resolutions to India’s real estate market
- The urban dwellers’ inaccessibility to housing
- The need for urgent reform in housing distribution
- The lack of housing in India
Question 8: According to the passage, which of the following is the pending in Raiya Sabha?
- Real estate bill
- Universal rural housing programme
- Universal urban housing programme
- NDA government’s new scheme
Question 9: Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the passage?
- India’s real estate sector needs
- Real state bill has been scrutinized by two parliamentary
- Current population does not have adequate housing in
- Urban population is expected to more than double to about 850 million over the next three
Question 10: The word “fraught” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to .
- coping B. contentious C. overflowing D. tolerable
Question 11: According to the passage, state governments .
- encourage the real estate market
- obstruct reforms to access universal urban housing
- hinder the housing purchase process
- reject to mount the housing fee
Question 12: The word “they” in the last paragraph refers to .
- developers B. governments C. estimates D. problems
Question 13: The word “escalation” in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to .
- growth B. degradation C. revolution D. decrease
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences of the following questions.
Question 14: His academic record at high school was poor. He failed to apply to that prestigious university.
- His academic record at high school was poor as a result of his failure to apply to that prestigious
- Failing to apply to that prestigious university, his academic record at high school was
- His academic record at high school was poor; as a result, he failed to apply to that prestigious
- His academic record at high school was poor because he didn’t apply to that prestigious
Question 15: My new neighbour is a famous author. My new neighbour is also an influential political commentator.
- My new neighbour is a famous author, and she is an influential political
- My new neighbour likes writing famous books and commenting on
- My new neighbour is not only a famous author but also an influential political
- My new neighbour writes famous books, but she does not know much about