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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 7

Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 9
C is the correct answer....As the statement is a universal fact

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Class : Class 7
C is fully correct as it is a universal fact and remains true for everyone.B can be counted as an example

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Class : Class 9
It seems that C and B are both correct.... C is correct if you count it as a universal truth, and B is correct if you count it as an experience of the teacher and not referring to the to the science property....

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Class : Class 8
'was' cannot be used fr this sentence as it is a universal truth

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Class : Class 10
Actually ,the answer should be (C).

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Class : Class 8
C should be correct as it is a universal truth

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Class : Class 8
The answer should be accounted as C because it is a simple scientific fact

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Class : Class 7
The correct answer should be C since the teacher is expressing a universal truth, that's why we put the 'is' at the end. Some people in these replies say that the answer can also be B if we count it as the teacher's personal experience. But if the statement was,"The higher I go, the cooler it gets", then B could be the correct option. The dude did not give even a simple mention of himself in the original sentence, so B is not the correct option. Clearly, the expression is a universal truth, so the correct option is C. SOF should take this thing into consideration and make correction in the answer key.

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Class : Class 7
I just can't digest the answer to be 'b'. It isn't possible

Class : Class 9
agreed

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Class : Class 9
I fully agree. It is choice 'C'

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Class : Class 9
Hi Yash. Akash here.Your guess is right.The answer is C as it is a universal truth

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Class : Class 9
Same even I agree with all the answer should be B

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Class : Class 8
The answer should be Option C, because the teacher says that the higher you go, the cooler it is. And this statement is a universal truth and a scientifically proven fact. We all know that in the case of a universal truth or habitual fact, the sentence in indirect statement is not changed. The statement is repeated as it is. Therefore, the answer should be C. And as for the ones advocating Option B as a suitable answer, I'd like to remind them that the teacher has not mentioned themselves. They have only stated a universal truth. Thus, Option B is not a suitable option. I hereby request SOF to take this and other such questions in consideration and make the needed corrections.

Subject :IEO    Class : Class 5

Class : Class 5

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Class : Class 7
Ans is C Turn down

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Class : Class 9

Class : Class 1
A turn off

Subject :IEO    Class : Class 3

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Class : Class 6
very good question

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Class : Class 4
C Disgusting

Class : Class 1

Subject :IEO    Class : Class 3

Class : Class 1

Subject :IEO    Class : Class 9

Class : Class 1
That is used to introduce a restrictive relative clause.
Which is used to introduce a non-restrictive relative clause.
Example
The garden, that is adjacent to my house is beautiful.
The garden, which is adjacent to my house is beautiful.

In the first one the use of that implies that of all the gardens around my house, the one adjacent to my house is beautiful. It is a restrictive clause because it limits the scope of the noun i.e. garden.

In the second one, the purpose of the sentence is to convey that the garden is beautiful. However, by introducing clause i.e. which is adjacent to my house, the writer intends to present additional information to describe the noun i.e. garden.

Subject :IEO    Class : Class 3

Class : Class 1

Subject :IEO    Class : Class 6

Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 7
The answer would be D . As the noun ends with the letter 's' thus here we apply the plural possessive form of the noun . So the possessive form of John Keats will be John Keats'.

Subject :IEO    Class : Class 4

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Class : Class 7
It should be C right ?

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Class : Class 9
The correct answer is a,an (option B), as the sound of "E" in European is like "Y" and we use an with letters which have a vowel sound. As the word Asian has the sound of "A" in the first letter, an will be used with it.

Class : Class 7

Class : Class 4

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Class : Class 9
no its impossible

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Class : Class 9
Itâs not a sound of âYâ. Itâs a sound of âUâ

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Class : Class 4
the answer should be c because European ,Asian both start from vowels

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Class : Class 5
The correct answer is a,an (option B), as the sound of "E" in European is like "Y" and we use an with letters which have a vowel sound. As the word Asian has the sound of "A" in the first letter, an will be used with it.

Class : Class 5
B

Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 5
It should be B because ''E'' sounds like ''Y'' as you know ''Y'' is not a vowel so it is B.

Class : Class 4

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Class : Class 9
The correct answer is a,an (option B), as the sound of "E" in European is like "Y" and we use an with letters which have a vowel sound. As the word Asian has the sound of "A" in the first letter, an will be used with it.

Subject :IEO    Class : Class 5

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Class : Class 8
"sell" is a quasi-passive verb which is used in active form but with passive force. e.g: Sugar sells cheap here. Sugar tastes sweet. So, answer (A) is also correct.

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Class : Class 9
According to me the answer is b)Is/sold.

Class : Class 8
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Class : Class 5
B Is/Sold

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Class : Class 9
According to me the answer is b)Is/sold.

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Class : Class 8

Subject :IEO    Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 5
I too, think PREOCCUPIED should be appropriate

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Class : Class 9
pre-occupied shoul be correct??

Class : Class 8

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Class : Class 7
I think preoccupied should be correct

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Class : Class 7
I too think answer should be C preoccupied but on the website it is given busy.

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Class : Class 8
It is supposed to be PREOCCUPIED

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Class : Class 7
Preoccupied is synonymous to busy and should be considered a right answer

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Class : Class 9
the ans is preoccupiedimagine if i sayi am busyand i am preoccupiedand i am i am activeacive means ready to do or in energectic modenot busy

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Class : Class 7
i feel like both active and preoccupied are correct in different situations, like Ananyag said.

Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 6
Preoccupied should be correct.

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Class : Class 8
yes, I too think it should be preoccupied. Being active means to do extra-curricular activities, sports etc.

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Class : Class 9
I think preoccupied is absolutely right (mostly, to be specific)!

Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 7
aren't both preoccupied and active considered synonyms of busy

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Class : Class 7
i also think that the correct answer is preoccupied

Class : Class 9
exactly!

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Class : Class 7
Should be preoccupied....

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Class : Class 9
Hello Mayank Gupta. Akash here. The answer is A - Active.

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Class : Class 9
I believe it should be Preoccupied. It is more appropriate.

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Class : Class 9
selva , u r wrong. it's preoccupied as synonym of busy is preoccupied

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Class : Class 7
I think both preoccupied and active are correct in different context

Class : Class 8

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Class : Class 8
It is preoccupied.. Coz being active doesn't always mean being busy..

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Class : Class 7
The answer should be preoccupied as being active doesn't always mean someone's busy.

Class : Class 10
preoccupied

Class : Class 10
Yeah

Class : Class 9
Preoccupied

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Class : Class 8
preoccupied is quite similar to busyso i think the answer is marked wrong

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Class : Class 8
Being active can also mean to be energetic or full of stamina. Not only busy

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Class : Class 7
Ananyag is correct

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Class : Class 10
preoccupied should be the answer as active means you are ready to do something but preoccupied means that you are engrossed in some work

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Class : Class 9
I also think that preoccupied is the correct answer.

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Class : Class 7
Shouldn't the answer be preoccupied ... because Preoccupied is literally the right synonym for busy . It shows the same in Oxford dictionary as well as Google dictionary

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Class : Class 7
EVEN IN GOOGLE DICTIONARY ITS SAYING PREOCCUPIED

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Class : Class 9
preoccupied is correct. for example, the phone line is busy.-the phone line is preoccupied

Class : Class 7

Class : Class 10

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Class : Class 7
I think that both Active and Preoccupied are applicable in different situations, hence both are valid options. This invalidates the question as the whole point is that the questions are supposed to have one answer.

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Class : Class 9
Checked on google, preoccupy is correct

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Class : Class 7
Preoccupied is more suitable

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Class : Class 9
Yes, it must be C) Preoccupied... because that's synonymous to busy more than active

Class : Class 10

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Class : Class 8
Active means you are willing to do something with enthusiasm but preoccupied means you are currently focusing on something else and cannot attend any other task

Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 7
I think answer C should be correct. For example- The phone line is preoccupied.Both option A and C are correct