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Choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words.

NIGGARDLY


AFrugal

BThrifty

CStingy

DGenerous

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

slight in amount, quality, or effort:Ex a niggardly donation/amount

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Choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words.

FRUGAL


ACopious

Bextravagant

CGenerous

DOstentatious

Answer: Option B

Explanation:

careful when using money or food, or (of a meal) cheap or small in amount:Ex a frugal lifestyle

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Choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words.

SUBSERVIENT


AAggressive

BStraightforward

CDignified

DSupercilious

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

willing to do what other people want, or considering your wishes as lessimportant than those of other people:Ex Women were expected to adopt a subservient role/position.

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Choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words.

VALUABLE


AInvaluable

BWorthless

CInferior

Dlowly

Answer: Option B

Explanation:

worth a lot of money:Ex
These antiques are extremely valuable.

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Choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words.

IMPASSE


AResurgence

BBreakthrough

CContinuation

Dcombination

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Answer: Option B

Explanation:

a situation in which progress is impossible, especially because the people involved cannot agree:

Ex.The dispute had reached an impasse, as neither side would compromise.

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Read the passage and answer the questions that follow on the basis of the information provided in the passage.

 Class and money has always strongly affected how people do in life in Britain, with well-heeled family breeding affluent children just as the offspring of the desperately poor tend to be poor. All that supposed to have ceased by the end of the Second World War, with the birth of welfare state designed to meet basic needs and promote social mobility. But despite devoting much thought and more money to improve the lot of the poor, governments have failed to boost those at the bottom of the pile as much as those on top of the pile have boosted themselves. Although the study found that some of the widest gaps between social groups have diminished over time (between men and women on pay, for example and between various ethnic minorities), deep-seated differences between haves and have-nots, persists blighting the life chances of less fortunate. Looking at earnings, income, education, employment or wealth, a similar pattern emerges. By the age of three, a poor child is outperformed in verbal ability and behavior by a rich one. Much of the difference is explained by ethnicity: unsurprisingly, poor children who did not speak English at home know fewer words in what is their second or third language. A child‘s ethnicity becomes less important as he grows: by the age of 16, but Chinese and Indian students are performing extremely very well at school. But throughout his classroom career how well a child does is dominated by how highly educated his parents are and how much money they bring home. Politicians of all stripes talk about equality of opportunity, arguing that it makes for a fairer and more mobile society and a more prosperous one. The difficulty arises in putting these notions into practice, through severe tax increases for the middle-class and wealthy, or expanding government interventions.

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Which of these can be inferred from the passage as one of the key solutions to reduce the gap between various social groups?


AEncouraging ethnic social groups to converse in English even at home so as to develop their verbal ability

BImplementing higher tax rates for the middle class and wealthy so that the gap between rich and poor can be reduced

CBy not disclosing the child's ethnicity and background of parents at school so as to remove bias from coming in

DMaking the affluent people responsible for the poorer people, since they have been better at generating wealth than the government

Answer: Option C

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Read the passage and answer the questions that follow on the basis of the information provided in the passage.

 Class and money has always strongly affected how people do in life in Britain, with well-heeled family breeding affluent children just as the offspring of the desperately poor tend to be poor. All that supposed to have ceased by the end of the Second World War, with the birth of welfare state designed to meet basic needs and promote social mobility. But despite devoting much thought and more money to improve the lot of the poor, governments have failed to boost those at the bottom of the pile as much as those on top of the pile have boosted themselves. Although the study found that some of the widest gaps between social groups have diminished over time (between men and women on pay, for example and between various ethnic minorities), deep-seated differences between haves and have-nots, persists blighting the life chances of less fortunate. Looking at earnings, income, education, employment or wealth, a similar pattern emerges. By the age of three, a poor child is outperformed in verbal ability and behavior by a rich one. Much of the difference is explained by ethnicity: unsurprisingly, poor children who did not speak English at home know fewer words in what is their second or third language. A child‘s ethnicity becomes less important as he grows: by the age of 16, but Chinese and Indian students are performing extremely very well at school. But throughout his classroom career how well a child does is dominated by how highly educated his parents are and how much money they bring home. Politicians of all stripes talk about equality of opportunity, arguing that it makes for a fairer and more mobile society and a more prosperous one. The difficulty arises in putting these notions into practice, through severe tax increases for the middle-class and wealthy, or expanding government interventions.

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What is the pattern noticed while studying social groups?


AThe gap will only continue to grow since implementing policies is difficult

BThe ethnicity of a child becomes less important as he grows

CThe gap is somewhat narrowing, but there is still a long way to go

Answer: Option B

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Read the passage and answer the questions that follow on the basis of the information provided in the passage.

 Class and money has always strongly affected how people do in life in Britain, with well-heeled family breeding affluent children just as the offspring of the desperately poor tend to be poor. All that supposed to have ceased by the end of the Second World War, with the birth of welfare state designed to meet basic needs and promote social mobility. But despite devoting much thought and more money to improve the lot of the poor, governments have failed to boost those at the bottom of the pile as much as those on top of the pile have boosted themselves. Although the study found that some of the widest gaps between social groups have diminished over time (between men and women on pay, for example and between various ethnic minorities), deep-seated differences between haves and have-nots, persists blighting the life chances of less fortunate. Looking at earnings, income, education, employment or wealth, a similar pattern emerges. By the age of three, a poor child is outperformed in verbal ability and behavior by a rich one. Much of the difference is explained by ethnicity: unsurprisingly, poor children who did not speak English at home know fewer words in what is their second or third language. A child‘s ethnicity becomes less important as he grows: by the age of 16, but Chinese and Indian students are performing extremely very well at school. But throughout his classroom career how well a child does is dominated by how highly educated his parents are and how much money they bring home. Politicians of all stripes talk about equality of opportunity, arguing that it makes for a fairer and more mobile society and a more prosperous one. The difficulty arises in putting these notions into practice, through severe tax increases for the middle-class and wealthy, or expanding government interventions.

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In the context of the passage, what is the meaning of the term 'blighting'?


ARuining

BImproving

CIlluminating

DImbalancing

Answer: Option A

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Read the passage and answer the questions that follow on the basis of the information provided in the passage.

 Class and money has always strongly affected how people do in life in Britain, with well-heeled family breeding affluent children just as the offspring of the desperately poor tend to be poor. All that supposed to have ceased by the end of the Second World War, with the birth of welfare state designed to meet basic needs and promote social mobility. But despite devoting much thought and more money to improve the lot of the poor, governments have failed to boost those at the bottom of the pile as much as those on top of the pile have boosted themselves. Although the study found that some of the widest gaps between social groups have diminished over time (between men and women on pay, for example and between various ethnic minorities), deep-seated differences between haves and have-nots, persists blighting the life chances of less fortunate. Looking at earnings, income, education, employment or wealth, a similar pattern emerges. By the age of three, a poor child is outperformed in verbal ability and behavior by a rich one. Much of the difference is explained by ethnicity: unsurprisingly, poor children who did not speak English at home know fewer words in what is their second or third language. A child‘s ethnicity becomes less important as he grows: by the age of 16, but Chinese and Indian students are performing extremely very well at school. But throughout his classroom career how well a child does is dominated by how highly educated his parents are and how much money they bring home. Politicians of all stripes talk about equality of opportunity, arguing that it makes for a fairer and more mobile society and a more prosperous one. The difficulty arises in putting these notions into practice, through severe tax increases for the middle-class and wealthy, or expanding government interventions.

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Which of these can be inferred from the passage as one of the key solution to reduce the gap between various social groups?


AEncouraging ethnic social groups to converse in English even at home so as to develp their verbleabilityu

BImplementing higher tax rates for the middle class and wealthy so that the gap between rich and poor can be reduced

CBy not disclosing the child's ethnicity and background of parents at school so as to remove bias frok coming in

DMaking the affluent people responsible for the poorer people since they have been better at generating wealth than the government

Answer: Option C

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Read the passage and answer the questions that follow on the basis of the information provided in the passage.

 Class and money has always strongly affected how people do in life in Britain, with well-heeled family breeding affluent children just as the offspring of the desperately poor tend to be poor. All that supposed to have ceased by the end of the Second World War, with the birth of welfare state designed to meet basic needs and promote social mobility. But despite devoting much thought and more money to improve the lot of the poor, governments have failed to boost those at the bottom of the pile as much as those on top of the pile have boosted themselves. Although the study found that some of the widest gaps between social groups have diminished over time (between men and women on pay, for example and between various ethnic minorities), deep-seated differences between haves and have-nots, persists blighting the life chances of less fortunate. Looking at earnings, income, education, employment or wealth, a similar pattern emerges. By the age of three, a poor child is outperformed in verbal ability and behavior by a rich one. Much of the difference is explained by ethnicity: unsurprisingly, poor children who did not speak English at home know fewer words in what is their second or third language. A child‘s ethnicity becomes less important as he grows: by the age of 16, but Chinese and Indian students are performing extremely very well at school. But throughout his classroom career how well a child does is dominated by how highly educated his parents are and how much money they bring home. Politicians of all stripes talk about equality of opportunity, arguing that it makes for a fairer and more mobile society and a more prosperous one. The difficulty arises in putting these notions into practice, through severe tax increases for the middle-class and wealthy, or expanding government interventions.

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What is the pattern noticed while studying social groups?


AThe gap will only continue to grow since implementing policies is difficult

BThe ethnicity of a child becomes less important as he grows

CThe gap is somewhat narrowing, but there is still a long way to go

DA poor person always remain poor

Answer: Option B

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