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    • GATE 2012VERBAL ABILITY
    • Q 50. Choose the most appropriateword from the options given below tocomplete the following sentence.Given the seriousness of the situationthat he had to face, his ------ wasimpressive. A) beggary B) nomenclature C) Jealousy D) nonchalance
    • A crow was sitting comfortably ona branch of a tree with a piece ofcheese in its mouth.
    • A fox saw the crow.It did not want to show its jealousy.
    • It did not believe in beggary.
    • It put on an air of nonchalance. It appeared to be quiteunconcerned and indifferent aboutthe cheese in the crow’s mouth.
    • It began flattering the crow.The crow opened its mouth to sing.The fox succeeded in its objectiveof snatching away the piece ofcheese from the foolish crow
    • Given the seriousness of the situationthat he had to face, his nonchalancewas impressive.The fox pretended to be indifferentthrough his outward seriousness.
    • Here the nomenclature or the setof rules applied by the fox was tohood wink the crow and put on an air of unconcern.
    • Flattery is the food of fools.