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Read the passage and mark the most appropriate preposition from the options given below :
Mrs Gupta lives ____ a flat near the Apna Bazaar ____ 55 A, Model Nagar ____ New Delhi. Her flat is ____ the third floor. She usually remains ____ her flat and keeps herself busy ___?___ the household chores. Mr Gupta goes ____ office ____ the morning and ____ 9:30 a.m. her son also leaves ____ Faridabad where he works ____ a factory. He works ____ the General Manager. While coming back ____ home, he buys fruits and vegetables ____ the market. Sometimes, he invites his friends ____ tea.

A in
B with
C at
D on


B is the correct answer

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 5

Read the passage and mark the most appropriate preposition from the options given below :
Mrs Gupta lives ____ a flat near the Apna Bazaar ____ 55 A, Model Nagar ____ New Delhi. Her flat is ____ the third floor. She usually remains ___?___ her flat and keeps herself busy ____ the household chores. Mr Gupta goes ____ office ____ the morning and ____ 9:30 a.m. her son also leaves ____ Faridabad where he works ____ a factory. He works ____ the General Manager. While coming back ____ home, he buys fruits and vegetables ____ the market. Sometimes, he invites his friends ____ tea.

A into
B in
C on
D at


B is the correct answer

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 9

Read the passage and answer the questions That follow.
Archaeology is an un-applied science. Apart from its connection with what is called culture, some are inclined to judge it as a pleasant and worthless amusement. Others tell us that there is nothing of pertinent value to be learned from the past which will be of use to the ordinary person of the present time.
The archaeologist brings to light by pick and spade the relics of bygone ages. He is often accused of devoting his energies to work which is of no material profit to mankind. The archaeologist can offer acceptable information to the painter, the theologian, and to most of the followers of the arts and sciences.
Archaeology is the study of the facts of ancient history and ancient lore. It is the study of all ancient documents and objects which may be classed as antiquities.
The archaeologist is the man who deals with a period for which the evidence has to be excavated or discovered. The age at which an object becomes an antiquity is quite undefined. After all, ancient history is the tale of any period which is not modern. So, an archaeologist does not necessarily deal solely with the remote ages.
Every chronicler of the events of the less recent times, who goes to the original documents for his facts, as true historians must do as part of their studies, is an archaeologist. Conversely, every archaeologist who in his work states a series of historical facts becomes a historian. Archaeology and history are inseparable. Antiquities are the relics of human mental energy. There is the attitude of the archaeologist who does not study the story of the periods with which he is dealing. He may be unwilling to construct, if only in his thoughts, living history out of the objects discovered by him.
There is only one thing worse. And that is the attitude of the historian who has not familiarised himself with the actual relics left by the people of whom he writes, or has not, when possible, visited their lands. Surprising as this may appear, there are many "archaeologists" who do not care a snap of the fingers for history. And there are many historians who take no interest in manners and customs. The influence of either is harmful.
The age at which an object becomes an antiquity is _________.

Anot modern
Bancient lore
Cquite undefined
Dage-old history


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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 5

Wind
Wind, come softly.
Don't break the shutters of the windows.
Don't scatter the papers.
Don't throw down the books on the shelf,
There, look what you did - you threw them all down.
You tore the pages of the books.
You brought rain again,
You're very clever at poking fun at weaklings.
Frail crumbling houses, crumbling doors, crumbling rafters, crumbling wood, crumbling bodies, crumbling lives, crumbling hearts the wind god winnows and crushes them all
He won't do what you tell him.
So, come, let's build strong homes,
Let's join the doors firmly.
Practice to firm the body.
Make the heart steadfast.
Do this, and the wind will be friends with us.
The wind blows out weak fires.
He makes strong fires roar and flourish.
His friendship is good.
We praise him every day. wind, come softly.
-Subramania Bharati
Complete the summary of the poem by picking the right option :
The poet urges the wind to blow ____ because when it blows ____, it breaks the shutters of the windows, __?__ the paper here and there and throws books down the shelf ____ their pages in the process. The poet chastises the wind for bringing in ____. The wind ____ and destroys the weak but gives ____ to the strong. The wind will not be able to ____. As if we make our bodies ____ and heart steadfast. Instead, like a ____ it will help us to be strong and determined. We will flourish in ____.

A flings
B upsets
C topples
D removes


Meaning of topple is what?Dheme Dheme

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Class : Class 5
Meaninng of topple

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