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Solved Management Aptitude Test (MAT) 2006 Paper: Language Comprehension

Aug 6, 2018 13:51 IST
    Solved Management Aptitude Test MAT 2006 Paper Language Comprehension
    Solved Management Aptitude Test MAT 2006 Paper Language Comprehension

    AIMA is all set to conduct its fourth MAT of the year in February 2013. Previous year paper is the best source to know about the real level of questions asked in the entrance exam. Jagranjosh.com has brought the solved Language Comprehension section from 2006 MAT Question paper. It consists of 40 questions. Practice well to succeed in the exam.

    In each of these questions, you are given a sentence a part of which is underlined. This is followed by four ways of phrasing the underlined part. Select the version that best rephrases the underlined part.

    29.    Teachers and parents alike should realise that to say a particular child is better than the other is doing a great injustice to both the children.
    1)    Say a particular child is better than the other is doing a great injustice to the former.
    2)    Say a particular child is better than the other is doing a great injustice to both of them.
    3)    Say a particular child is better than the other is to do a great injustice to both the children.
    4)    Say a particular child is good than the other is doing a great injustice to both the children.

    Answer: 3

    30.    He sailed for New York on Monday, arriving there on Saturday for the much-awaited inauguration of the new hospital.
    1)    And arrived there on Saturday for the much-awaited inauguration of the new hospital.
    2)    Arriving there on Saturday for the inauguration of the much-awaited new hospital.
    3)    Arriving there for the inauguration of the much-awaited new hospital on Saturday.
    4)    And arrived here on Saturday for the long-awaited inauguration of the new hospital.

    Answer: 1

    31.    After trying to convince him for a long time. I realised that he was one of those people who never listens to reason.
    1)    He was one of those people who never listen to reason.
    2)    He was one of those people who never listen to reasoning.
    3)    He is one of those people who never listen to reason.
    4)    He is one of those people who never listens to reason.

    Answer: 3

    32.    The number of children seeking admission to this college has risen sharply this year, even though it may be only temporarily.
    1)    Even though the rise may be only temporary.
    2)    But it may be a temporary rise only.
    3)    But the rise may be only temporary.
    4)    But such a rise may only be a short-lived one.

    Answer: 1

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