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14. Choose the Correct Word/Phrase to Complete Each Sentence.

we՚ll have to make ________ with just this much money for this month.

A. up

B. do

C. through

D. off

15. Choose the Correct Word/Phrase to Complete Each Sentence.

Quick! Someone calls ________ policeman.

A. a

B. an

C. the

D. no article

16. Choose the Correct Word/Phrase to Complete Each Sentence.

It may have________ your notice, but its children՚s day tomorrow.

A. fled

B. dropped

C. bounced

D. escaped

17. Choose the Correct Word/Phrase to Complete Each Sentence.

He could not ________ to watch his beloved dog being taken away.

A. fall

B. care

C. bear

D. feel

18. Choose the Correct Word/Phrase to Complete Each Sentence.

I know________ well what I՚m going to do when I reach the lab next week.

A. totally

B. absolute

C. very

D. absolute very less

19. Choose the Correct Word/Phrase to Complete Each Sentence.

he՚s ________the opinion that children will change their ways if we become good role models.

A. of

B. in

C. with

D. by

20. Choose the Correct Word/Phrase to Complete Each Sentence.

Right from the ________she warned the team that the soil was loose and this could be a threat to the building.

A. offset

B. setting up

C. upset

D. outset

21. Choose the Correct Word/Phrase to Complete Each Sentence.

Most animals in the zoos ________ in captivity.

A. have breed

B. are being breeding

C. are bred

D. breeds

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The Santhals Are a Munda Tribe

The Santhals are a munda tribe, a branch of that aboriginal group, which probably entered India from the North East. Presently they inhabit the Eastern outskirts of the Chhota Nagpur plateau. Originally hunters and dwellers in the jungle, they are now agriculturists. Like the Mundas and his and other representatives of the race, they are jovial in character, fond of their music, and ready to take a joke.

Their social organisation is very complete: each village has its headman or manjhi, with his assistant the paranik. The jogmanghi is Incharge of ensuring that the young ones in tribe have the right moral development. The naeke is the village priest, and the godet is the village constable. Over a group of villages is the pargana or tribal chief.

Their religion is animistic; spirits (bongas) are everywhere around them: the spirits of their ancestors, the spirit of the house, the spirit dwelling in the patch of primeval forest preserved in each village. Every hill, tree and rock have its spirit. These spirits are worshipped by elaborate ceremonies, which generally conclude in dances, and great food.

The Santhal parganas is a district 4800 sq. miles in area, lying about 150 miles north of Kolkata, and was formed into a separate administration after the Santhals had risen in rebellion in 1856. The Santhals, at present, form about one-third of the population.

22. Which of the following statements is true?

A. The Santhals were always farmers.

B. The Santhals arrived in India from North East.

C. The tribe has a bad sense of humour.

D. The Santhals worship their manjhi.

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