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Ȭ—˘±Ó¬ ø¬ı ¤Â√ ¤Ú ¤˘1 ά◊¬Û-¸—˜G˘ ’ø√√ˆ¬˚ôL±1 fl¡±˚«±˘˚˛Ó¬ ˜‘Ó≈¬…‚∞I◊± ©Ü±Ù¬ ø1¬ÛíÈ«¬±1, ›√±˘&ø1 , 13 ŒÂ√ÀõI◊•§1√ – ›√±˘&ø1 øÊ√√˘±1 Ȭ—˘±Ó¬ ’ªø¶öÓ¬ ˆ¬±1Ó¬ ¸=±1 øÚ·˜ ø˘ø˜ÀȬ΃¬ ‰¬˜≈Õfl¡ øı ¤Â√ ’Ú ¤˘1 fl¡±˚«±˘˚˛Ó¬ ¸•xøÓ¬ ‰¬ø˘ÀÂ√ ‰”¬Î¬ˇ±ôL ’1Ê√fl¡Ó¬±º ø¬ı·Ó¬ Â√˚˛-¸±Ó¬ ¬ıÂ√À1 ¤Ê√ÀÚ± ¶ö±˚˛œ ø¬ı¯∏˚˛± ’ø¬ı˝√√ÀÚ ‰¬ø˘ ’±ø˝√√ÀÂ√ Ȭ—˘±1 ø¬ı ¤Â√ ¤Ú ¤˘1 ά◊¬Û-¸—˜G˘ ’øˆ¬˚ôL± fl¡±˚«±˘˚˛ÀȬ±º ¸•xøÓ¬ ¢∂±˝√√fl¡¸fl¡˘fl¡ õ∂±¬Û… Œ¸ª± õ∂√±ÚÓ¬ fl¡±˚«˘˚˛ÀȬ± ¤Ê√Ú ŒÈ¬fl¡ÀÚø‰¬˚˛±Ú, ¤Ê√Ú ŒÈ¬ø˘ÀÙ¬±Ú Œ˜fl¡±øÚfl¡, ¤Ê√Ú ’¶ö±˚˛œ fl¡˜«‰¬±1œÀ1 ‰¬ø˘ÀÂ√ ˚ø√›

õ∂fl‘¡Ó¬ fl¡±ø1fl¡1œ :±Ú ÚÔfl¡± ’±1n∏ ø¬ıˆ¬±·œ˚˛ ’øˆ¬˚ôL± ÚÔfl¡±1 ’Ê≈√˝√±Ó¬Ó¬ ¤˝◊√¸fl¡À˘› √±ø˚˛Q ¸±ø1ÀÂ√º 2006 ‰¬ÚÀÓ¬ ŒÊ øȬ ’íñ ø¬Û Œfl¡ √±¸1 ¬ÛÀ√±ißøÓ¬ ∆˘ ¤Â√ øά ˝◊√ ¬ı√ø˘ ∆˝√√ Œ˚±ª±À1 ¬Û1± ø¬ı ¤Â√ ¤Ú ¤˘1 ÿÒ«Ó¬Ú fl¡Ó«¬‘¬Û鬽◊√ fl¡±˚«±˘˚˛ÀȬ± ¬Ûø1‰¬±˘Ú±Ó¬ ‰”¬Î¬ˇ±ôL ¬ı…Ô« Œ˝√√±ª± ¬Ûø1ø˘øé¬Ó¬ ∆˝√√ÀÂ√º ¸Ó¬ÀÓ¬ ¢∂±˝√√fl¡¸fl¡À˘ Œ˘G˘±˝◊√Ú Œ¸ª±, ˝◊√∞I◊±1ÀÚȬ Œ¸ª± ’±1n∏ άø¬ıvά◊ ¤˘ ¤˘ Œ¸ª±1 ¬Û1± ¸‚Ú±˝◊√ ’¸≈ø¬ıÒ± Œˆ¬±· fl¡ø1 ’±ø˝√√ÀÂ√º Ȭ—˘±Ó¬ ’ªø¶öÓ¬ ά◊¬Û-¸—˜G˘ ’øˆ¬˚ôL± fl¡±˚«±˘˚˛1

’ÒœÚÓ¬ Ȭ—˘± ŒÈ¬ø˘ÀÙ¬±Ú Œfl¡f, ¬Û±ÀÚ1œ ŒÈ¬ø˘ÀÙ¬±Ú Œfl¡f, øά˜±fl≈¡øÂ√ ŒÈ¬ø˘ÀÙ¬±Ú Œfl¡f ’±1n∏ ∆‡1±¬ı±1œ ŒÈ¬ø˘ÀÙ¬±Ú Œfl¡fÀȬ± ¬Ûø1‰¬±ø˘Ó¬ ∆˝√√ ’±ø˝√√ÀÂ√ ˚ø√› ¬ı‘˝√ M√ 1 ’=˘ÀȬ±1 ¸˝√√¶⁄±øÒfl¡ ¢∂±˝√√fl¡fl¡ ¬õ∂Ó¬±1̱ fl¡1± ¬Ûø1˘øé¬Ó¬ ∆˝√√ÀÂ√º ¤È¬± ø¬ı ¤Â√ ¤Ú ¤˘1 ά◊¬Û-¸—˜G˘ ’øˆ¬˚ôL±1 fl¡±˚«˘˚˛Ó¬ ¤Ê√Ú ’øˆ¬˚ôL± Ôfl¡±ÀȬ± ≈√Õ11 fl¡Ô±Ó¬ ¤Ê√Ú fl¡øÌᬠ’øˆ¬˚ôL±› ÚÔfl¡± fl¡±˚«˝◊√ Ȭ—˘±ø¶öÓ¬ fl¡±˚«±˘˚˛ÀȬ±1 ˜‘Ó≈¬…‚∞I◊± ¬ıÊ√±ÀȬ±Àfl¡ ¸≈‰¬±˝◊√ ÀÂ√º

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’ˆ¬…±¸1 ¬ı±À¬ı ’±ø˝√√« õ∂Àùü±M√√1 Language II : English 28. Why was Krishnan afraid to save Naagesh from the well? 1) As Naagesh had threatened him with dire consequences. 2) As he thought Naagesh would eat him. 3) As he thought Naagesh would bite him once he was out of the well. 4) As he thought that Naagesh would capture him as soon as he got out of the well. 29. Why did the jaguar, the monkey and the snake tell Krishnan not to save the man in the well? 1) As the man in the well was a goldsmith. 2) As the man in the well had cheated the snake, the monkey and the jaguar. 3) As the man in the well was a thief. 4) None of the above 30. What plan did Naagesh have to save Krishnan from the dungeon? 1. That he would sneak Krishnan out of the dungeon without any one noticing. 2. That he would bite the king and make him unconcious. 3. That he would bite Krishnan and make everyone believe that he was dead. 4. None of the above. 31. What did the king do to same the Queen after even the Vaidyas failed to revive her? 1. He punished the snake for having harmed the Queen. 2. He announced a reward to any one who could cure the Queen. 3. He immediately called for Krishnan to cure the Queen. 4. He asked his guards to immediately look for someone who could cure the Queen. 32. What did the king do on learning the truth about Krishnan and Seth Ghanashyam Das? 1. He put Krishnan back in the dungeon as he still held Krishnan responsible for the Prince's death. 2. He called for Krishnan's wife and family. 3. He presented gold to Krishnan and also a house to live in. 4. He congratulated the snake on his efforts to save Krishnan. Directions (Q No. 33-34) : Choose the word/group of words which is most opposite to the word/group of words printed in bold as used in the passage. 33. CONTINUED 1. Remandid 2. Presented 3. Rested 4. Stopped 34. HANDSOMELY 1. Meagnely 2. Tidily 3. Ugly 4. Raggedly Directions (35-36) : Choose the world/ group of word which is most similar in meaning to the word/group of words pinted in bold as used in the passage. 35. GO 1. Report 2. Live 3. Send 4. Leave 36. HUMBLE 1. Eleant 2. Polite 3. Modest 4. Real 37. SEEK 1. Hunt for 2. Watch for 3. Mention 4. Ask for 38. What can possibly be the normal of the story. 1. Trust oneself before trusting onvers 2. A good deed never goes in vain. 3. You cannot change people but you can change yourself. 4. Try and Try until you succeed. Passage 5 Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Contain words are printed in bold to help you to locate them while answering some of the questions. Once upon a time, there were three brothers. They were all very clever and one day decided to make a fortune by using their powers of reasoning and logic. As they walked to the nearest city to look for work, they saw some footprints on the mud road. As they stood looking at the marks, a merchant came rushing towards them. 'Did you see anyone go by this road?' He asked in panic. The first borhter looked closely at the prints and said, 'Yes, a large camel.' The second said, 'the camel could see with only one eye.' The third, who had been looking further down the road, said, 'The camel was, carrying a woman and a child on its back.' Now the merchant was furious and shouted, 'You have kidnapped my wife and child. Come with me to the king'. The brother could not get him to reason out and the four men ended up in the king's court. 'Hmm' the king said, After he had heard the entire story. 'If you three claim to be so clever, let me set a task for you. I will place before you a wooden box which will be locked. You will have to tell me what it contains without looking inside.' The three borhters agreed, and soon the king's men placed before them a stout wooden box firmly shut. The first brother said immediately, 'It has something round inside'. The second said, 'It is a pomegranate.' An unripe pomegranate, added the third. The box was opened and indeed, inside there was an unripe pomegranate. The king now asked them for an explanation. The first man said, 'when your servant was bringing the box, I heard something rolling inside. That meant there was a round object in it. The second man said, 'I saw your servant coming from the pomegranate orchard, so I knew he had placed a pomegranate in the box. ‘‘And this is not the reason for pomegranates, so it had to be an unripe one,’’ commented the last brother. The king had now witnessed the brother’s powers of observation and was curious to know how they had discoverd about the merchant's wife and child being on the camel's back. 'The footprints we saw were large ones, so I deducted it was big camel that had passed that way,' said the first brother. The camel had grazed on only one side of the road,' said the second, ‘‘so I knew it was one eyed.’’ ‘‘And I saw the footprints of a women one a child where the camel had sat down to rest’’, said the third, ‘‘which meant they were on the camel’s back.’’ The king, now convinced of their cleverness, appointed the three brothers as ministers in his court. 39. How did the second bother arrive at the conclusion that the camel could see with only one-eye. A. He saw the camel pass by B. He took a guess. C. The grass on only one side of the road was eaten. 1. Only (A) 2. Only (B) 3. Only (C) 4. Only (B) and (C) 40. Why did the merchant take the three brothers to the king's court? 1. They confessed to having kidnapped his wife and child. 2. He found them acting very strange. 3. He thought they were responsible for his missing wife and child. 4. He found their observations hilarious and wanted them to narrate them to the king. 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