Aditya, the Man from Nowhere 2: The Childwoman by Gayatri Rao Dutt & Pradeep Sathe

By Gayatri Rao Dutt & Pradeep Sathe

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E. more carefully edited to suit children’s viewing. The best choice is B. The third paragraph speaks of a better tailoring of program type to advertiser, and commercial to program. 37 Part I: Analysis of Exam Areas 4. The sentence Television actually sells the generalized idea of consumption (lines 24-25) is best understood to mean that A. the more people watch television, the more likely they are to buy an advertised product. B. television is by and large indifferent to the ecological needs of the modern world.

Ten deaths in an air crash in East Africa would be more likely to make news than ten deaths in an explosion in West Africa. 38 Introduction to Verbal Reasoning The best choice is D. The question asks both how many and where. The passage makes clear that news, on television, is what happens in your own backyard, so a small number of local deaths would make news, but in distant areas, the size and spectacle would have to be much greater. 7. In the second paragraph of Passage 2, the point of describing the world map an average American would draw is to show that A.

Confluence means a flowing together, the place where two waterways come together. The past participle must refer to the watering of these fertile lands. So desiccated (dried up) or drained can be eliminated. If the fields are productive, irrigated (supplied with water) makes better sense than inundated or submerged, which suggest destructive flooding. A special reminder: Always read your answer into the sentence to make sure it makes sense. This will often help you avoid oversights or simple mistakes.

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