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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 6

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Class : Class 6
i guess this wrongMisinterpret means to think of something wrongly and it has no relation to differentiate

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Class : Class 6
WHAT!!!! IT CAN'T POSSIBLY BE MISINTERPRET!!!!

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Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 6
very wrong

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Class : Class 3
Misinterpret cannot be an antonym of differentiate.

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Class : Class 7
WRONG!!! To the core!!!!

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Class : Class 7

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 6

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Class : Class 6
I THINK IT SHOULD BE aTOO!!!!

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Class : Class 4
I think option A is also correct

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Class : Class 6
can anyone pls explain

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Class : Class 4
they are all possible so option d from my side

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 6

READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW.

African elephants are the largest land animals on Earth. They are slightly larger than their Asian cousins and can be identified by their larger ears that look somewhat like the continent of Africa. (Asian elephants have smaller, rounded ears.) Elephant ears radiate heat to help keep these large animals cool, but sometimes the African heat is too much. Elephant are fond of water and enjoy showering by sucking water into their trunks and spraying it all over themselves. Afterwards, they often spray their skin with a protective coating of dust.

An elephant's trunk is actually a long nose used for smelling, breathing, trumpeting, drinking, and also for grabbing things– especially a potential meal. The trunk alone contains about 100,000 different muscles. African elephants have two fingerlike features on the end of their trunk that they can use to grab small items. (Asian elephants have one.) Both male and female African elephants have tusks that they use to dig for food and water and strip bark from trees. Males use the tusks to battle one another, but the ivory has also attracted violence of a far more dangerous sort.

Since ivory is so valuable to some humans, many elephants have been killed for their tusks. This trade is illegal today, but it has not been completely eliminated. Hence, the African elephant population remains endangered. Elephants are herbivores and eat roots, grasses, fruit and bark. An adult elephant can consume up to 300 pounds of food in a single day. These hungry animals do not sleep much, and they roam over great distances while foraging for the large quantities of food that they require to sustain their massive bodies.

Female elephants (cows) live in family herds with their young, but adult males (bulls) tend to roam on their own. Having a baby elephant is a serious commitment. Elephants have a longer pregnancy than any other mammal–almost 22 months. Cows usually give birth to one calf every two to four years. At birth, elephants already weigh some 200 pounds and stand about 3 feet tall. Grown adults can weigh anywhere from two-anda-half to seven tons, and measure up to 13 feet. Premature baby elephants normally don't make it in the world. After a twenty two month gestation period, a mother elephant and her baby form a practically unbreakable bond. The babies dependontheirmother'smilkforthefirsttwo years of life. When a female baby is born, it will normally stay with her mother for her whole life.

African elephants, unlike their Asian relatives, are not easily domesticated. They roam throughout sub-Saharan Africa and the rainforest of central and West Africa. The continent's northernmost elephants are found in Mali's Sahel desert. The small, nomadic herd of Mali elephants migrates in a circular route though the desert in search of water.

Which of the following statements is false?

AWhich of the following statements is false This is why they are most visible throughout sub-Saharan Africa and central and West African rainforests.
BAfrican elephants are popular for their ivory tusks. They are revered and worshiped for their tusks
CBoth A and B
DNeither A nor B


The answer should be option C right. How is it option D?

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Class : Class 6
elephants were always hunted for ivory else we would not have been killing them...they are always harmed because of ivory... According to me the right answer is: 'A'

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Class : Class 6
ANSWER SHOULD BE D!!!!

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Class : Class 7
b b b is the answer bro

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Class : Class 6
Nowhere in the passage does idt say they are WORSHIPPED. They are HUNTED for it

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Class : Class 4
Answer should be B

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Class : Class 6
There's n way elephants are revered for ivory. They are HUNTED for it.Please explain.

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Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 6
The answer should be D.

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 3
hi

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 4

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Class : Class 4

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Class : Class 4
the answer should be a

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Class : Class 4
the answer should be A

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Class : Class 9
It is “A”

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Class : Class 5
the answer is a

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Class : Class 4

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 4

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Class : Class 5
I still think my answer is correct

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 6

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Class : Class 6
lonely is the correct synonym of solitary

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 4

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 4

READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW.
In 2014 the islanders of the Isle of Head chose altogether to stop government interference on their small island. They decided to purchase the whole island as a consortium now known as 'The Isle of Head Organisation', or TIHO for short. They now, like many other islands off the west coast, can set their own standard of living using a village tribunal system. In fact, this was what they were after originally. This way of living is not unfamiliar, but what they have decided to do on their island is somewhat quirky.
Head currently has limited access to the mainland and as the population shrank as too did the number of visitors; consequently, there is no need for frequent ferries. Although, it's not unknown for there to be multiple sailings at the weekend which people like greatly for the ease of access. That combined with a journey time of just over 25 minutes on calm seas and sometimes over 1-hour per sailing on other days has meant that the service operates on a 'need to' basis and sails only once there are enough passengers waiting to make the crossing worthwhile.
The village has several highly skilled citizens which has proved useful as they have decided that they will, in the most part, be self-sufficient. Central to this philosophy is the principle that they will educate their own primary and secondary school pupils and that the three 20-year olds will study together communicating through the web with colleges and universities elsewhere. It has been raised as a potential issue and there is an inquiry ongoing to check that the education the islanders get is of a suitable standard.
How often does the ferry sail these days?

A When it needs to
B At least twice a day
C On a seasonal schedule
D At the weekends only


these questions are also too tough for 4th graders

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 4

READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW.
For more than ten years, there has been agreements with countries such as Switzerland that have been keen to have "brain exchange" programmes with India. In the past it was assumed that both or all countries that have signed agreements for cooperation in education management and science and technology could benefit from sharing their brightest and best minds. In general, these programmes have led to increased development for diversifying cooperation in economic and other sectors as well.
Of late there has been a move toward the supply of funding for international travel and engagement for younger and younger people. There are obvious issues when asking minors under the age of 18 to study abroad. There have been discussions about the ethics and coordination of the possibility of transplanting; not just moving the student but also their entire support network. People have put a whole range of ideas forward as to why being educationally mobile should be an option and an almost equal amount of negative reasons for students to stay in their home countries.
One thing that is definite is that even though there seems to be largescale competition throughout the world for resources, jobs and security. There is no doubt that the last decade has shown that there is a strong correlation between a country's success and its educational or knowledge based ties. This relationship is clearly beneficial but the issues concerning the answers to a range of questions that are now just being asked about the permissibility of allowing "brain exchanges" earlier and earlier are yet to be answered fully.
How are the agreements about children studying abroad weighted?

A They are weighted equally for both sides.
B People think kids should stay at home.
C Researchers say everyone should be able to travel.
D They don't know enough yet.


these questions are too tough for 4th graders

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