Sub Inspector (Armed Police) Exam held on 20-11-2010
Sub Inspector (Armed Police) Exam held on 20-11-2010
1.The largest single organ of the human body is
(a) Respiratory system (b) Integumentary system
(c) Endocrine system (d) Skeletal system
2. The fear of bees is
(a) Alektorophobia (b) Apiphobia
(c) Bathophobia (d) Ailurophobia
3. Misattribution of a person’s undesired thoughts, feelings or impulses onto another person who does not have those thoughts, feelings or impulses is
(a) Compartmentalisation (b) Dissociation
(c) Regression (d) Projection
4. Which type of mirror is used in rear view mirrors of vehicles?
(a) Concave mirror (b) Convex mirror
(c) Plane mirror (d) Plano concave lens
5. The mass of a body is 48 kilogram on earth. What is its mass in moon ?
(a) 8 kg (b) 4 kg
(c) 6 kg (d) 10 kg
6. Soap is used for washing clothes. Why ?
(a) It reduces the surface tension of water so that water easily gets into the holes in cloths
(b) It increases the surface tension of water so that water easily gets into the holes in cloths
(c) It decreases the temperature of water and increases its viscosity
(d) It increases the temperature of water and increases its viscosity
7. The chemical name of baking soda is
(a) Sodium hydroxide (b) Sodium carbonate
(c) Sodium bicarbonate (d) Sodium nitrate
8.We cannot lift up a chair while sitting on it. The reason for this is:
(a) External force cannot move a body
(b) Internal and external forces are cancelled
(c) Internal force cannot move a body
(d) Internal force acts against gravitational force
9. Cutting is easy with the sharp end of a knife. It is due to:
(a) The force acting on the sharp edge is more because the surface area is less
(b) The force acting on the sharp edge is less because the surface area is less
(c) The thrust on the edge is independent of the surface area
(d) None of the above
10. Fill up the gap by finding out suitable answer:
9 : 49 : : 25: .... ?
(a) 65 (b) 41
(c) 9 (d) 81
11. How many meaningful words can be made with the letters ORUY by using each letter once ?
(a) None (b) One
(c) Two (d) Three
12. If A denotes ‘-’, B denots ‘’, C denotes ‘x’ and N denotes ‘/’, then 15B9A15C10N5 = ?
(a) 12 (b) 39
(c) 21 (d) -6
13. In certain code language, ‘Two girls danced’ is written as ztk pvg min and ‘girls are winners’ is written as pvg rar ghj. How is winners written in that code language?
(a) pvg (b) ztk
(c) min (d) data inadequate
14. The average age of a family of 6 members is 30. The age of the youngest member in the family is five. What was the average age of the family at the time of birth of the youngest member ?
(a) 30 (b) 20
(c) 25 (d) 15
15. A book has 60 pages printed on both the sides of the paper. Arun noticed that the pages from 10 to 25 are eaten by termite. How many pages of the book are remained ?
(a) 44 (b) 41
(c) 43 (d) 42
16. Which of the following is equivalent of Accra, Baku and Apia ?
(a) Ghana (b) Bamako (c) Turkey (d) Tanzania
17. A tube has 10 meter length, 10 meter width and 5 meter height. What is the length of the longest tube which can be adjusted with in the tube ?
(a) 15m (b) 10m
(c) 14.41m (d) 16.73m
18. When students are arranged in a line on the basis of height, Raju’s position
was 15th. If he is 20th from the last, how many students are there in his class?
(a) 33 (b) 35
(c) 34 (d) 32
19. Day before yesterday was ‘Onam’. My result will be published on day after tomorrow. My uncle is planning a party to congratulate me on my success, 5 days after Onam. If today is Monday, on which day the party will be arranged ?
(a) Friday (b) Tuesday
(c) Wednesday (d) Thursday
20. The difference between a spring balance and in ordinary balance in which there are two pans are:
(a) Spring balance measures mass of the body and ordinary balance measures weight of the body
(b) Spring balance measures weight of the body and ordinary balance measures mass of the body
(c) Both the balances measure mass of the body
(d) Both the balances measure weight of the body
21. ‘Sun contains Helium’. This statement is
(a) A fact (b) An observation
(c) An inference (d) A hypothesis
22. The cells used in mobile phone are:
(a) Dry cells (b) Mercury Cells
(c) Nickel-Cadmium cells (d) Lithium ion cells
23. The branch of clinical study related to hearing, taste and smell is:
(a) Osteology (b) Otolaryngology (c) Opthalmology (d) Dermatology
24. Scurvy is the disease caused by the deficiency of
(a) Vitamin A (b) Vitamin B (c) Vitamin C (d) Vitamin D
25. Energy to carry out any action of life process is obtained from:
(a) Adenosinetriphosphate (b) Adenosine diphosphate
(c) Guanosine diphosphate (d) Guanosine triphosphate
26. “The Three Mistakes of My Life” is a book authored by:
(a) Chetan Bhagat (b) Jhumpa Lahiri
(c) Kamala Das (d) Shashi Tharoor
27.David Davidar who resigned recently as CEO, headed which publishing house?
(a) Penguin Canada (b) Banatam Books
(c) Random House (d) Malayalam Manorama
28.Which institution established on 1st April 1953 and headed by Sir Osborne Smith celebrated its 75th anniversary recently ?
(a) Indian Olympic Association (b) Reserve Bank of India
(c) Bombay Dyeing (d) Life Insurance Corporation of India
29.Which of the following organisation has giant Panda as its symbol ?
(a) UNICEF (b) Green peace
(c) World Bank (d) World Wide Fund for Nature
30.Which among these political leaders has won the Nobel Prize for literature ?
(a) Mikhail Gorbachev (b) Winston Churchil
(c) Jawaharlal Nehru (d) Jimmy Carter
31.Name the inventor of Black Box Flight Recorder who died recently.
(a) David Warren (b) J.L. Baird
(c) Thomas Alva Edison (d) Wilbur Wright
32.To which party does David Cameron the recently elected British Prime Minister belong to:
(a) Labour party (b) Conservative Party
(c) Liberal Democrats Party (d) None of the above
33.Sri Shiva Shankar Menon holds the position of:
(a) Union Home Secretary
(b) Planning Commission Chairman
(c) Minister of State in Defence Ministry
(d) National Security Advisor
34.Which famous Indian artist accepted Qatari citizenship in February 2010 ?
(a) M.F. Hussain (b) Mallika Sarabhai
(c) Zakir Hussain (d) None of the above
35.“Life is God” is the age line of which consumer durables company in India ?
(a) Philips (b) LG (c) Samsung (d) Videocon
36.Which of the following leaders died in the battle field in the Revolt of 1857 ?
(a) Tantia Tope (b) Bahadur Shah II
(c) Nana Saheb (d) Rani Jhansi
37. ‘What Congress and Gandhi have done to the Untouchables’ is a book written by:
(a) B.R. Ambedkar (b) V.D. Savarkar
(c) Rajendra Prasad (d) S.C. Bose
38. Who among the following was known as the ‘Indian Gladstone’ ?
(a) Bal Gangadhar Tilak (b) Dadabhai Naoroji
(c) Gopal Krishna Gopkhale (d) Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad
39. Prabudha Barat was a paper published in English by :
(a) Louis Vivian Derozio (b) Gopal Hari Deshmukh
(c) Swami Vivekanand (d) Swami Dayanand
40. The Radical Democratic Party was founded in 1940 by:
(a) N.D. Mazumdar (b) S.C. Bose
(c) B.R. Ambedkar (d) M.N. Roy
41. Based on the 1981-91 decennial growth rate of population, state with the highest and lowest growth rate are respectively:
(a) Arunachal Pradesh and Goa (b) Nagaland and Kerala
(c) Arunachal Pradesh and Kerala (d) Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu
42. Which one of the following incident prompted Vinobha Bhave to initiate the Bhoothan Movement ?
(a) Nalgonda incident (b) Srikakulam incident
(c) Naxalbari incident (d) Madhubari incident
43. The poorest state with 39.9% people living below poverty line is :
(a) Jharkand (b) Orissa (c) Bihar (d) Assam
44. Which of the following is the largest man-made Lake in India ?
(a) Didwan Lake (b) Vembanad lake
(d) Indira Sagar Lake (d) Chilka Lake
45. Which of the following states has been nicknamed Garden Spices of India ?
(a) Bangalore (b) Andhra Pradesh
(c) Bangalore and Kerala (d) Kerala
46. Landsdowne is a hill station in:
(a) Nainital (b) Mussorie (c) Uttarkhand (d) None of the above
47.Who among the following launched Education Reform Movement among the Muslims in India ?
(a) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan (b) W.W. Hunter
(c) Shah Waliullah (d) Sakkir Hussain
48.Regional committee aims at:
(a) Economic Co-operation (c) Cultural Exchange
(b) Balanced Development (d) All of thes
49.The Chenna Kesava Temple is found in:
(a) Hyderabad (b) Mysore (c) Tanjavur (d) None of the above
50.In India a Special Ministry for Women and Social Welfare was formed at the centre in the year :
(a) 1983 (b) 1986 (c) 1976 (d) 1981
51.The Article in the Constitution of India which provides for the appointment of a special officer for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes by the President of India is:
(a) Article 164 (b) Article 341 (c) Article 342 (d) Article 338
52.Who was the Permanent Chairman of the Constituent Assembly ? (a) Dr. Rajendra Prasad (b) Jawaharlal Nehru
(c) Dr.B.R. Ambedkar (d) Sardar Patel
53.The 42nd Amendment extended the term of the Lok Sabha to :
(a) 7 years (b) 6 years (c) 8 years (d) 19 years
54.The Sarkaria Commission was set up to review the relation between : (a) Prime Minister and the President (b) Executive and Judiciary
(c) Legislature and Executive (d) Centre and the State
55.One of the folllwing members was not included in the drafting Committee of the Indian constitution:
(a) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar (b) Jawaharlal Nehru
(c) Shri. N. Madhava Rao (d) Shri. K.M.Munshi
56.The provisions concerning the suspension of Fundamental Rights by the President during emergencies was borrowed from the :
(a) Constitution of USA (b) Constitution of Canada
(c) Constitution of Ireland (d) Weimar Constitution
57. Article 164 of the Constitution of India provides for separate Ministers for Tribal Welfare in:
(a) Rajasthan, Kerala and Nagaland (b) Orissa, Bihar and Meghalaya (c) Bihar, Madhyapradesh and Orissa (d) Madhyapradesh, Assam and Orissa
58. Who appoints the Municipal Commissioner of the Municipalities ?
(a) State Government (b) Mayor (c) President (d) Governor
59. The historic INA trial commenced in:
(a) 1940 (b) 1944 (c) 1945 (d) 1948
60. In India there is a single constitution for the union and the state with the exception of:
(a) Sikkim (b) Jammu & Kashmir (c) Nagaland (d) Tamil Nadu
61. Who among the following has been appointed as the New Chairman of the National Commission for Farmers ?
(a) Ajith Singh (b) K.C. Pant
(c) Dr. M.S. Swaminathan (d) None of the above
62. A rift valley is formed mainly due to:
(a) The forces of tension in the Earth’s crust
(b) The subsidence of the floor of a river valley
(c) The valley formed after the formation of fold mountains
(d) The deepening of a valley by Ice action
63. The State in India which leads in the production of Cashew Kernels is:
(a) Karnataka (b) Goa (c) Tamil Nadu (d) Kerala
64. The southernmost part of India is:
(a) Kerala (b) Great Nicobar (c) Kanyakumari (d) None of the above
65. The Kerala Institute of Local Administration is situated in which of the following districts ?
(a) Thrissur (b) Thiruvananthapuram
(c) Kottayam (d) Kasargod
66. Puralimala is situated in:
(a) Kozhikode (b) Kasargod (c) Ezhimala (d) Thalassery
67. The biggest and smallest Taluk in Kerala state are respectively:
(a) Eranadu and Kochi (b) Vellanad and Kochi
(c) Wayanad and Kochi (d) Kanhangad and Kochi
68. Edakkal caves are in:
(a) Idukki district (b) Wayanad district
(c) Kottayam district (d) None of the above
69. The preamble of the constitution was amended for the first time by which amendment ?
(a) 24 (b) 42 (c) 44 (d) None of the above
70. The position of the Vice President of India greatly resembles the position of the Vice President of which of the following countries ?
(a) USA (b) Canada (c) France (d) Japan
71. AADHAR is the logo for what ?
(a) Common Wealth Games, New Delhi (b) Kerala Tourism Corporation (c) Unique ID Project (d) None of the above
72. Why was Jordan Ramero in the news recently ?
(a) He is the youngest person to climb Mount Everest
(b) He swam the English Channel in record time
(c) He is the captain of the Mexican World Cup Football team
(d) None of the above
73. Who partnered Leander Paes to win the 2010 Wimbeldon Mixed Doubles Crown ?
(a) Lisa Raymond (b) Cara Black (c) Sania Mirza (d) Serena Williams
74. Who apart from Pele has won the World Cup Football as a player and coach?
(a) Michel Platini France (b) Paulo Rossi Italy
(c) George Best England (d) Franz Beckenbauer Germany
75. What is the name of the car recently launched in India by Nisan ?
(a) Polo (b) Figo (c) Beat (d) Micra
76. According to the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005, appeal can be made to the Sessions court;
(a) within 15 days (b) within 30 days
(c) within 7 days (d) within 45 days
77. According to the provisions of the Right to Information Act, 2005 the amount of penalty for not providing information by public authorities amounts to:
(a) Rs. 75 per day and total amount upto Rs. 3,000
(b) Rs. 200 per day and total amount up to Rs. 10,000
(c) Rs. 150 per day and total amount up to Rs. 7,500
(d) Rs. 250 per day and total amount upto Rs. 25,000
78. Declaration on the Elimination of Discrimination against women was adopted by the General Assembly in the year:
(a) 1967 (b) 1968 (c) 1969 (d) 1970
79. Part IV of the Constitution of India deals with:
(a) Civil Rights (b) Political Rights
(c) Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (d) All the above
80. Chair person of the National Human Rights Commission:
(a) Who has been Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
(b) Who has been Chief Justice of the High Court
(c) Who has been Judge of the Supreme Court
(d) Who has been Judge of the High Court
81. The National Commission for Women Act was enacted in the year:
(a) 1989 (b) 1990 (c) 1991 (d) 1992
82. Name the competent authority who is authorised to provide the relief and rehabilitation to the victims of atrocities under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989:
(a) District Magistrate (b) Chief Secretary
(c) Village Officer (d) District Welfare Officer
83. The Right to Information Act, 2005 came into effect in full:
(a) 8 th October (b) 12th October
(c) 9th October (d) 10th October
84. Right to Information as per the Right to Information Act, 2005 can be available to
(a) Literate Citizens (b) Government Employees (c) Specified Citizens (d) All Citizens
85. Universal Declaration of Human Rights relates to the year :
(a) 1945 (b) 1946 (c) 1947 (d) 1948
86. Change into indirect speech: He said to me, “You alone can save her”
(a) He said that I alone can save her
(b) He said that you alone can save her
(c) He told me that I alone could save her
(d) He told me that I alone can save her
87. _camel is the ship of the desert.
88.I shall be there ____ 4p.m. on Friday.
89.The loan will be repaid_____a year.
If dogs bark; then sparrows:
Bread is made in a bakery; then film, is made in a:
92. Postmortem means the examination of a dead body.
Another word with the same meaning:
(a) Autocracy (b) Autopsy (c) Autograph (d) Autonomy
93. Opposite of appoint:
(a) Point (b) Dismiss (c) Release (d) Allow
94. Opposite of Assemble:
(b) Group (c) Repel
Boys will be boys means:
(a) Boys will not be girls
(c) Children will always act like children
(b) Boys cannot become girls (d) Boys are mischievous
That is the poet I (a) of
He is coming (a) in
He was standing
99.The British Council offered him a scholarship ?
(a) Did they (b) Didn’t they (c) is it
(d) was they
l00.It was two years_____that I first met Gopal.
Answers & Explanations
♦ Integumentary system consists of skin.
♦ Respiratory system is also known as ventillatory system.
♦ Respiratory system is in relation with the oxidation of food molecules in our body to liberate energy.
♦ Endocrine system consists of glands that produce and secrete hormones
♦ Skeletal system consists of bones, ligaments, tendons, associated cartilages and joints.
♦ Alektorophobia - Fear of chickens
♦ Bathophobia - Fear of depths
♦ Ailurophobia - Fear of cats
♦ Regression is the reversion to an earlier stage of development in the face of unacceptable thoughts or impulses
♦ Dissociation is when a person loses track of time or themselves and their usual thought processes and memories.
♦ Compartmentalisation is a lesser form of dissociation, wherein parts of oneself are separated from awareness of other parts and behaving as if one had separate sets of values.
♦ Convex mirrors are used as side view mirrors.
5. No answer
♦ Mass of a body is same on everywhere but weight depends on the gravity.
♦ The weight of a body in moon is 1/6 th of the weight of that body on earth.
♦ The force exerted by a liquid surface to decrease its surface area to a minimum is called surface tension.
♦ Sodium Carbonate - Washing soda
♦ Sodium hydroxide - Caustic soda
♦ Sodium Nitrate - Chile Salt peter
♦ It is due to balanced force ie; when you are sitting on a chair, gravity exerts a force pulling your mass down with the chair exerting an equal and opposite force on your body.
♦ This is the same reason for why sharp nail can hammered easily into the wall or wood than a blunt one.
♦ 9 : 49 : : 25 : 81
32 : 72 : 52 : 92
♦ YOUR, OUR, OR
12. d ♦ 159-15 x l0-5
159-15 x2 24-30 = -6
13. d data inadequate
14. a Average age = 30
♦ Required average
6 x 30 - 6 x 5
180 - 30 5
10 to 25 -> 9 papers are eaten by termite. ie; 9 x 2 = 18 pages Remaining pages = 60-18 = 42
Length of the longest tube = root(l2 b2 h2)
=root(102 102 52) = 7225
♦ Total students = (2015)-1
♦ Today is Monday
Then Onam is on Saturday therefore Party arranged on Friday.
♦ Mass is a measurement of how much matter is in an object but weight is a measurement of pull of gravity.
♦ Fact - An observation that has been confirmed repeatedly and is accepted as true.
♦ Observation - The act of noting and recording something, such as a phenomenon with instruments or process of deriving logical conclusions.
♦ Inference - The act from premises known or assumed to be true.
♦ Hypothesis - A specific statement of prediction.
♦ The voltage of the mobile phone battery is 3.6 volt.
♦ Now in mobile phones Lithium ion batteries are used.
♦ Osteology - Study of bones
♦ Ophthalmology - Study of eyes
♦ Dermatology - Study of skin
♦ Deficiency of Vitamin A causes night blindness and xerophthalmia.
♦ Deficiency of Vitamin B causes Beriberi which affects the nervous system of the body.
♦ Deficiency of Vitamin D causes Rickets in children and Osteomalacia in adults.
♦ ATP - Adenosinetriphosphate
♦ ATP is the energy currency of the cell.
♦ Mitochondria is the site of production of energy in the cell
♦ Interpreter of Maladies and Unaccustomed Earth are written by Jhumpa Lahiri.
♦ Chethan Bhagath Books are Five point someone, Revolution 2020, 2 States (Two States), One night @ the call Centre.
♦ The Indian who became the Governor of Reserve Bank for the first time is C.D. Deshmukh.
♦ Indian Olympic Association or IOA was set up in 1920.
♦ UNICEF was set up in 1946.
♦ Headquarters is in Newyork.
♦ Greenpeace was set up in 1971.
♦ Headquarters is in Amsterdam.
♦ He won the Nobel Prize for literature 1953.
♦ ‘Second World war’ is an important book written by Winston Churchil.
♦ He belonged to - Australia.
♦ Clement Atlee, the British Prime Minister was from Labour party.
♦ His native place is Palakkad.
♦ Gajagamini is an important work of M.F. Hussain.
♦ Company Philips was founded in 1891.
♦ LG was founded in 1947.
♦ Samsung was founded in 1938.
♦ Videocon was founded in 1979.
♦ Nanasahab led the freedom struggle at Kanpur.
♦ Tantya Tope was the associate general of Nanasaheb.
♦ Bahadur Shah II was the Mughal ruler during the first war of independence.
♦ Dr. B.R. Ambedkar attended all the three round table conferences.
♦ The party of V.D. Savarkar is Abhinavabharath.
♦ ‘India Divided’ is a book written by Dr. Rajendra Prasad.
♦ Subhash Chandra Bose was the first elected president of INC.
♦ Grand old man of Britain - Gladstone
♦ He is popularly called the grand oldman of India.
♦ He is the first Indian, who become a member of British Parliament.
♦ ‘Poverty and Unbritish rule in India’ is book of Dadabhai Naoroji.
♦ Brain drain theory is associated with Dadabhai Naoroji.
♦ Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad is the youngest president of Indian National Congress in 1933.
♦ Udbodhan is an another paper published by Swamy Vivekananda.
♦ Bombay Association was formed by Louis Vivian Derozio.
♦ Gopal Hari Deshmukh is called Lokahitavadi.
♦ Swami Dayananda Saraswathy wrote the book Sathyardha Prakasom.
♦ M.N. Roy was the founder of Communist Party of India.
41. b According to 2011 census (Meghalaya, Nagaland)
♦ Boothan movement was started in 1951.
♦ It was started at Pochampalli in Andhra Pradesh.
44. No answer
♦ Dhebar lake (Rajasthan) is the largest artificial lake in India.
♦ The vembanad lake is the largest lake of Kerala.
♦ The Chilka lake is the largest lake of India. It is in Orissa.
♦ Dhal lake is in Jammu and Kashmir.
♦ Andhra Pradesh is called the ‘rice bowl of India’.
♦ Bangalore is called the ‘Garden city of India’.
♦ It is also called as the electronic city.
46. c ♦ Nainital is in Uttarkhand.
♦ Mussorie hill station is in Uttarakhand.
He started the Ahammadiya movement. Aligarh Muslim University was set up in 1870.
47. a ♦ ♦
49. a ♦
51. d ♦
52. a ♦
53. b ♦
54. d ♦
It is situated at Kurnool district in Andhra Pradesh
Article 164 - The Chief Minister is appointed by the Governor and the ministers shall be appointed by the Governor on the advice of the Chief Minister.
The Article 341 of the constitution deals with Scheduled Castes.
Article 342 of the constitution deals with Scheduled Tribes.
The first chairman of the national constituent assembly was Dr. Sachidananda Sinha.
Constituent Assembly was set up under the advice of Cabinet Mission.
It was set up on 9th December 1946.
Dr. Rajendra Prasad was elected on 11th December 1946.
The original term of 5 years of Lok Sabha was restored by the 44th Constitutional Amendment Act of 1978.
Sarkaria Commission was set up in 1983.
The chairman of the drafting committee was Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. Another six members of the drafting committee are K.M.Munshi, Muhammad Saadullah, Alladi Krishnaswami Ayyar, N.Gopalaswami Ayengar, DP Khaitan (who died and replaced by T.T. Krishnamachary), B.L.Mitter (who was replaced by N. Madhav Rao)
59. c ♦
The INA trail was held at Red Fort.
♦ Jammu and Kashmir has special status according to the article 370 of the constitution of India.
♦ Article 152 - separates Jammu & Kashmir from the list of other states.
♦ Dr. M.S. Swaminathan is the father of Indian Green Revolution.
♦ Karnataka is the first in production of coffee.
♦ It is the Indira point, which is in Great Nicobar. It is also called pygmalion point.
♦ KILA was set up in 1990
♦ The headquarters of KILA is at Mulankunnathukavu, Thrissur.
♦ Puralimala is the mountain region in Kannur district.
♦ It is related with Pazhassi raja
67. correct answer (Taliparambu, Kunnathoor)
♦ Edakkal caves are in Ambukutty mala.
♦ Three new words socialist, secular, and integrity were inserted into the preamble through 42nd amendment of 1976.
♦ The chairman of AADHAR is Nandan Nilekani.
♦ He is the first chairman.
72. a 73. b 74. d 75. d 76. b
♦ The Right to Information Act was passed by the Parliament on 15th June 2005.
♦ It came into force on 12th October 2005.
♦ This act is not applicable in Jammu and Kashmir.
78. Correct answer 1993
♦ Part IV of the constitution deals with the directive principles of state policy.
♦ Chairperson of NHRC shall be a retired Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
♦ The first NCW was constituted on 1st January 1992. The first Chairperson of NCW is Smt.Jayanti Patnaik.
82. a 83. b 84. d 85. d
86. c He told me that I alone could save her.
‘told’ past simple auxiliary past
87. c The camel
88. c at
89. b within
90. c Sparrows twitter
91. c Films are made in studio.
92. b autopsy
93. b appoint x dismiss
94. a assemble x disperse
96. c to
♦ ‘refer’ ‘to’
97. b on
♦ by train - on bicycle
♦ by bus - on foot
♦ by car - on horseback
98. a beside
♦ beside - by the side of
♦ besides - in addition to
99. b didn’t they
100. c ago
♦ It was > agothat.....