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Option (B) is correct.


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Read the following extract taken from “The Room on the Roof” and complete the passage by choosing the options given below :
All hope left Rusty as he staggered ____ the hill, weak and ____. He could not ____ clearly; he knew he hadn’t eaten ____ morning, and cursed ____ for not ____ Mrs. Kapoor’s hospitality. He was hungry, he ____ thirsty; he was tormented ____ thoughts of what __?__ have happened to Kishan, of what might ____....

A might
B can
C may
D should


Why not may?

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Class : Class 6
Why is it not may?

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why can't it be may

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In English one word can't be repeated twice.

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A

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The answer is [A].

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a

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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.
Choose the best title or heading for the passage.

A More Brains more Work
B Exchange and Trust
C Easy School Swap
D Best Brains Borrowed


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I think its "d" Best brains borrowed .Is it correct ?

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B. Exchange and Trust

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I did not understand the passage

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Class : Class 7
I also did not understand it that well.I did B.exchange and trust

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Class : Class 4
The answer is [d]

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answer=b

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Class : Class 7
Why do they think everyone will think the same way.We all think differently.This type of question shouldn't be there!!!!

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The answer is [A].

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