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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 5

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Class : Class 5
am a lil confused about the answer mentioned here. what does pathological actually mean here

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Class : Class 6
it means obsessive

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 5

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 3

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 6

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Class : Class 6
itself

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Class : Class 7
Themselves

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 7

Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow :
Differences between foods in different countries

Food is one major thing that makes a culture different from others besides several other things. Nowadays, more and more children are exposed to junk food far earlier than a few years ago. This could be because of the number of advertisements that have been increasing on a regular basis on their menu. Apparently, most schools have begun to introduce special diets which have less salt, sugar and meat. They make sure that the students get enough fruits and vegetables in their diet, at least, while they are at school.
The menu is carefully planned to make sure that every student has a balanced and healthy diet.
Which word in the passage means, “to be shown or to be revealed”?

A Regular
B Introduce
C Exposed
D Balanced


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Class : Class 7
B

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Class : Class 7
It is Exposed (C)

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Class : Class 7
It is Exposed (C)

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 8

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Class : Class 8
'Skills' is plural. Therefore 'are' should be used, thus correct answer C

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Class : Class 8
"Skils" is plural therefore the verb that follows should be a plural verb. The correct sentence would be "Her equestrian skills are outstanding."

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 4

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Class : Class 4
I think (B) is the answer because Money is the root of all evil sounds correct to me.

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 3

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Class : Class 3

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 5

READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW.

Duncan and his magician teacher, Meerfus, were at the market. They went to the market several times a month, especially for fresh vegetables or ingredients for wands. One never could tell what would be useful in a wand. Meerfus lingered by some cages of various birds. He eyed a few chickens critically, and Duncan watched, trying to guess the reasoning behind Meerfus' interest. "Will we make a wand that helps you fly?" Asked Duncan excitedly. Flying seemed pretty fun, after all. Meerfus raised an eyebrow at him, as if he were crazy. "I'm thinking about dinner, Duncan."

"Oh." Duncan said, crestfallen that it was something as simple as that. Meerfus selected a chicken in a wicker cage, paid for it, and handed the cage to Duncan to carry. The anxious bird squawked loudly and pecked at his fingers through the cage. Duncan carried it dutifully, feeling foolish. Next, they stopped by some farmers' tables. Meerfus selected some cucumbers, a sack of potatoes, which they put in their rolling cart, and some tomatoes on the vine. "Will those vines help us make a magic wand that tangles up people's feet?" Duncan inquired. Meerfus eyed his apprentice again. "No, they're for a salad. We need something to eat with our chicken."

Duncan sighed, wrong again, and trudged alongside his master. They next stopped at a booth that sold fishing supplies. There were all manners of hooks, lures and fishing implements. Meerfus seemed particularly interested in the fishing flies, ones that looked almost like butterflies or mayflies with hidden hooks. "Are we going to make a wand that helps you catch fish with the those flies?" worried, asked Duncan. He'd already been wrong twice. Could his intuitions be so wrong? Meerfus laughed. "No, I actually enjoy fishing. I was thinking about going again in the river down the road."

Duncan groaned in frustration. "How am I so wrong today? I cannot believe you are not trying to get things for wands! How am I so clueless?" Meerfus laughed, shaking his head. "You are not as wrong as you think, just distracted. You didn't notice me pick up pheasant feathers while you handled the chicken. Those are for a wand of slow descent, which helps people fall without getting hurt. That is something like flying, right?" "And the vegetables?" Duncan asked suspiciously. "The flowers from cucumber vines are not only pretty, but they do help in a wand of coloured lights, a wand of plant growth, or a wand of dazzling." "Was there anything at the fishing booth? There had to be."

Meerfus winked at his student. "What do you think?" Duncan thought hard, trying to remember what else Meerfus had touched or bought. "Was it the fishing line that you bought?" "Exactly; it does make for a great wand of fish catching once we get some fish scales!" Duncan laughed in relief. His instincts were not so wrong - he just had to be more observant. It was all in the details!

Why did Duncan and Meerfus go to the market?

ATo buy wands
BTo buy a chicken for dinner
CTo buy ingredients for wands and fresh vegetables
DBoth B and C


how is it d and not c because they went To buy ingredients for wands and fresh vegetables in the first place

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Class : Class 5
it is D because he even went to buy a chicken and also to buy ingredients for wands and fresh vegetables hope you understood

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 7

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