Quiz-10

TCS English Questions and Answers

Question 1

Poverty is lack of finance, status and other material possession. It is the …… of overall wellbeing of a person and includes several dimensions. It refers to the deprived economic and social conditions. It indicates low income and inability to …… the basic necessities such as food, shelter, clothing, education and healthcare. The cycle of poverty refers to the phenomenon where poverty continues for at least three generations i.e. the family has no living intimates who own and can transfer the social, cultural and intellectual capital important to change the economic condition. There are limited or no ……… for such families. There are many drawbacks that impact the circular …….. which makes it very difficult for the individual to break the cycle of poverty. Due to poor economic and social conditions and lack of education and connection it becomes impossible to get out of poverty. The main causes of cycle of poverty could be …… of resources such as land, finance, education, knowledge and technical assistance, natural disasters, low productivity and income, unemployment, healthiness and business failure. It is something that passes to next generation and becomes a ………… . Thus, it is a cycle that is hard to break.

A.

  1. deprivation
  2. offer
  3. bestowal

Correct Option: 1

B.

  1. enquire
  2. acquire
  3. query

Correct Option: 2

C.

  1. resources
  2. resource
  3. debts

Correct Option: 1

D.

1.coarse

  1. coerce
  2. course

Correct Option: 3

E.

  1. lack
  2. less
  3. small

Correct Option: 1

F.

  1. circle
  2. trap
  3. None

Correct Option: 2

Question 2

Girls’ education and gender equality are the part of broader and holistic efforts made by the World Bank Group. It promotes girls’ education and …….. that girls do not suffer unreasonably in poor and …….. family due to lack of support and care. It also works towards advancing the skills and creating job opportunities for young girls and women. Girls have equal …….. to education; though education system may vary in curriculum, administration and personnel, but it has a strong influence on the students they serve. Gradually, women are ……… their independence, using their rights for creating education and job opportunities for themselves. Gender inequality is clearly one of the important roadblocks in girls’ education. Many communities in India still believe that boys are the only ……..  of their culture and tradition; and girls are born to serve within the four walls of a home. Hence, it is important that holistic approach is adopted in order to encourage gender equality in each and every sphere whether it’s home, office or any other government institution, etc. The open and honest discussion on girls’ education and women empowerment can actually prove to be a solution to violence against females. Education will not only make them independent, but will also …….. their sound mental development and give them a stronger personality.

A.

  1. insures
  2. ensures
  3. ensure

Correct Option: 2

B.

  1. bad
  2. worse
  3. vulnerable

Correct Option: 3

C.

  1. rights
  2. rite
  3. right

Correct Option: 1

D.

  1. assertion
  2. assert
  3. asserting

Correct Option: 3

E.

  1. contenders
  2. contender
  3. contractor

Correct Option: 2

F.

  1. promote
  2. increase
  3. enhance

Correct Option: 1

Question 3

We do many different activities each day, and we need to do them on time. We have a fixed time to go to school each morning. We need to take the bus or go by bike or by foot and reach the school on time. If we are not punctual we lose out on completing all the activities we need to.

If we manage our time …….. we can accomplish all the activities and tasks we wish to. This requires drawing up a ……… time table. If we can stick to the time table we can then succeed in achieving our goals whether they are in the short term or long term. It is important that we draw up a time table that we can adopt practically. If it is impracticable we get disappointed and …….. and discard it completely. Therefore, a time table must be one that we can go by. We also need to …….. our activities. If we give attention to the most important tasks we can achieve our long term goals easily. On the other hand, if we spend time on …… tasks or on useless activities we reduce the productive time available for the important activities. We also need to …… out the time of the day when we are most productive and complete important tasks at that time. For instance, the mind is the most refreshed after a good night’s sleep, and that is when we can devote our time to doing our studies.

A.

  1. effectively
  2. efficiently
  3. affectively

Correct Option: 1

B.

  1. practical
  2. practice
  3. practicable

Correct Option: 3

C.

  1. dejected
  2. dejection
  3. dejecting

Correct Option: 1

D.

  1. fix
  2. priority
  3. prioritize

Correct Option: 3

E.

  1. unimportant
  2. less important
  3. important

Correct Option: 1

F.

  1. find
  2. figure
  3. found

Correct Option: 2

Question 4

Moral values are ……. in children by the parents at home and the teachers at school. Childhood is when the morals take strong root and help the child …..  grow into a responsible and righteous person. Life has its ups and downs, but a morally strong person stays righteous, without giving in to pressures or temptations of any kind. Moral values help us make sound decisions in life so that we stay on the path of …….. . Honesty and truthfulness are the two important pillars of  moral values. Being honest and truthful requires courage and …….. . When all individuals in a society are honest and truthful, the society at large is a transparent one free from corruption and …….. . Honest individuals are law abiding citizens and this ensures that the society progresses in the correct direction. Being just is another important moral we should live by. When we are just we are being honest, truthful and fair. Stealing others’ ……….. is also a sign of dishonesty and injustice. Showing respect to others is also a moral value. It is also important to do our duties in the best possible way towards our family, society, nation and the world of which we are a part.

A.

  1. installed
  2. instilled
  3. inserted

Correct Option: 2

B.

  1. to
  2. towards
  3. into

Correct Option: 1

C.

  1. virtue
  2. disbelief
  3. vies

Correct Option: 1

D.

  1. None
  2. boldness
  3. baldness

Correct Option: 2

E.

  1. decent
  2. deceits
  3. deceit

Correct Option: 3

F.

  1. possession
  2. possessions
  3. poses

Correct Option: 2

Question 5

One must keep one’ goals in sight and work toward reaching it. Discipline helps one reach one’s goal. Discipline can be ……. by working in a systematic manner. For this one must keep one’s space of work neat and …….. . This gives clarity to one’s mind too. It is best to do one thing at a time. This helps in the efficient completion of the task at hand. Doing many …….. together creates unnecessary confusion, and one cannot derive the best from doing many activities at the same time. It is good to draw up a practicable time-table according to the goal one wants to achieve. Drawing up a schedule for each day for oneself makes it easy to be disciplined. One must stick to the time-table one draws for oneself otherwise the purpose is defeated. When one is …….. one cannot be disciplined. The attainment of one’s goals also becomes difficult. Discipline requires that one follow the rules according to the activity one is ………. in. If one is driving on the road, for instance, traffic rules need to be obeyed. Similarly, at school, one needs to ………. the rules that are laid down for students by the school.

A.

  1. started
  2. made
  3. developed

Correct Option: 3

B.

  1. hindered
  2. uncluttered
  3. concealed

Correct Option: 2

C.

  1. activity
  2. activities
  3. actively

Correct Option:  2

D.

  1. apathetic
  2. vivacious
  3. diligent

Correct Option: 1

E.

  1. inoperable
  2. disengaged
  3. hooked

Correct Option: 3

F.

  1. follow
  2. following
  3. follows

Correct Option: 1

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