GATE 2011VERBAL ABILITY   ECE Q 57
57.Choose the most appropriate word fromthe options given below to complete thefollowing sentence:It was her view that the...
Once there was a shepherd boy who usedto tend the sheep.He was a naughty boy.One day he was bored and decided to playa pra...
He shouted, “Wolf, Wolf!”All the people in the village ran out andcame to protect him.They found out that it was just a pr...
After a while once again the boy cried out,“Wolf, Wolf!”The villagers identified the voice of theboy.
They analysed the situation.
They did not want to ascertain forthemselves the truth of thesituation.
They felt that he always told liesand exacerbated any situation thatis, to make a bad situation worse.
The boy thus brought about his down fallthrough his aggravating behavior.
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  1. 1. GATE 2011VERBAL ABILITY ECE Q 57
  2. 2. 57.Choose the most appropriate word fromthe options given below to complete thefollowing sentence:It was her view that the countrys problems hadbeen_________ by foreign technocrats, so thatto invite them to come back would be counter-productive.(A) identified (B) ascertained (C) exacerbated(D) analysed
  3. 3. Once there was a shepherd boy who usedto tend the sheep.He was a naughty boy.One day he was bored and decided to playa prank.
  4. 4. He shouted, “Wolf, Wolf!”All the people in the village ran out andcame to protect him.They found out that it was just a practicaljoke. They returned to the village
  5. 5. After a while once again the boy cried out,“Wolf, Wolf!”The villagers identified the voice of theboy.
  6. 6. They analysed the situation.
  7. 7. They did not want to ascertain forthemselves the truth of thesituation.
  8. 8. They felt that he always told liesand exacerbated any situation thatis, to make a bad situation worse.
  9. 9. The boy thus brought about his down fallthrough his aggravating behavior.
  10. 10. The End

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