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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 8
a

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Class : Class 7
A)no article,a

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Class : Class 7
A

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Class : Class 7
a is the answer there is no mistakes

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 7

Read the passage and answer the questions that follow.
It was a glorious sunny day in southern France and three friends, Jimmy, Benoit and Pierre, were walking to school. Jimmy hadn't done his homework and was trying to persuade the other boys that it would be a good idea not to go to school. Although the other boys had dutifully done theirs, Benoit did not think his was very good, and Pierre loved being out in the sunshine and really did not want to spend all morning in a boring maths lesson.
When the three boys reached the small footbridge that crossed their local river, Jimmy waved a stick in the air and suggested that they stop there and play a game. They could decide to go to school a bit later and, although they would probably be disciplined, they would at least miss some of the lessons. Jimmy also hoped that he might get away with not handing his homework in, although he did not share this with his friends. Benoit and Pierre agreed to this plan and started to look on the path for suitable sticks.
After a few moments the boys examined each other's sticks. Jimmy had selected his first, when he proposed the idea, and his was about 10 cm long and quite straight. Benoit's was shorter, had a kink in it and a leaf growing from one end. Pierre's was the longest and also had several branches. When they were satisfied that all sticks were suitably distinguishable they dangled them over the side of the bridge and counted to three. On the count of three, they dropped the sticks so that, when they hit the torrent of water below, they would flow under the bridge. The boys then ran to the other side and waited, peering down to see which one would emerge first. On this first round of the game, Benoit's stick came through before the others which meant he won. Strangely, Jimmy's completely disappeared, and they presumed it must have got stuck or sunk. They liked this game a lot, no skill was needed but they could still be competitive and experimental with the sticks they chose. They played it for a few hours and completely missed maths class.

The boys liked the game because ___________.

Ait was not easy and there was no room for error
Bit meant they could miss school
Cit involved trial and error
Dthey had to be skilled and competitive


The answer given as correct is not fully correct as it does not state anywhere that the boys liked the game because it meant they could miss school. I would like to point out that this needs to be reviewed by the content team. Thanks

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Class : Class 8
You are wrong. You must take a deep reading of this paragraph before saying.

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 7

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Class : Class 8
No

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 3

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 4

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Class : Class 4
C

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Class : Class 4
answer is aren't you

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 10

READ THE TEXT AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW.
SO YOU WANT TO BECOME A CHEF?
Simple though it may seem, but becoming a chef is not a piece of cake. Cooking is an art that requires culinary and people skills, a willingness to explore and the tenacity to stay the course and perform in highly stressful situations.
It starts with being a cook and working under a chef until you’re ready to take charge of the whole kitchen. ‘Cooking is an amazing journey. It is like studying medicine, it takes ten to fifteen years to learn’, says celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. For this reason, patience and perseverance are the key ingredients, when both cooking a dish, and making a career in the food industry.
Most established chefs are of the opinion that knowing how a dish tastes when perfectly cooked is the one thing you need to learn in order to cook well.
This is because you are more likely to cook it ten times better if you know what you want it taste like in the end. Taking classes is not absolutely necessary as experience is the ultimate teacher. However, education coupled with experience can go a long way in giving you an edge over your peers.
Other qualities that make a great chef include commitment to quality, attention to detail and above all, a thorough understanding of how different flavours complement each other. However, passion for food is the icing on the cake!

Which of the following statements describe the author's overall opinion on making a career as a chef ?

AIt always has humble beginnings.
BIt's an art that requires patience and perseverance.
CIt is deceptively simple.
DIt needs both education and experience.


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Class : Class 5
I is an art that require patience and perseverance. Option B

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Class : Class 10
Option B

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Class : Class 3
B

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Class : Class 3
B

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Class : Class 10
B

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 6

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Class : Class 6
D

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Class : Class 6
D

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Subject :IEO    Class : Class 6

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