1 .

Direction (Q. 1-10) : In thefollowing passagethere are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each four words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate words.
A few years ago India was a grain-deficient country, but today it has become a grain- (1). country. This happened because the government (2) to buy ing huge quantities of grain and also because (3) production increased appreciably too.
Things have come to such a (4) that farmers don't know where to (5) their surplus produce and even the government's godowns are (6).
Thus, even if the government desired it cannot (7) to buy the surplus grain, essentially because it would not be able to störe it and building additional (8) facilities could cost several milion rupees.
Besides, the grain would most certainly (9) in a temporary storage facility or then would be (10) up by rodents.

(1).  1) supporting 2)abundance 3) surplus 4) enormous

A.  supporting
B.  abundance
C.  surplus
D.  enormous
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2 .

A few years ago India was a grain-deficient country, but today it has become a grain- (1). country. This happened because the government (2) to buy ing huge quantities of grain and also because (3) production increased appreciably too.
Things have come to such a (4) that farmers don't know where to (5) their surplus produce and even the government's godowns are (6).
Thus, even if the government desired it cannot (7) to buy the surplus grain, essentially because it would not be able to störe it and building additional (8) facilities could cost several milion rupees.
Besides, the grain would most certainly (9) in a temporary storage facility or then would be (10) up by rodents.

(2).  1) returned 2) retained 3) applied 4) resorted

A.  returned
B.  retained
C.  applied
D.  resorted
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3 .

A few years ago India was a grain-deficient country, but today it has become a grain- (1). country. This happened because the government (2) to buy ing huge quantities of grain and also because (3) production increased appreciably too.
Things have come to such a (4) that farmers don't know where to (5) their surplus produce and even the government's godowns are (6).
Thus, even if the government desired it cannot (7) to buy the surplus grain, essentially because it would not be able to störe it and building additional (8) facilities could cost several milion rupees.
Besides, the grain would most certainly (9) in a temporary storage facility or then would be (10) up by rodents.

(3).  1) indigenous 2) alarming 3) buffer 4) proportionate

A.  indigenous
B.  alarming
C.  buffer
D.  proportionate
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4 .

A few years ago India was a grain-deficient country, but today it has become a grain- (1). country. This happened because the government (2) to buy ing huge quantities of grain and also because (3) production increased appreciably too.
Things have come to such a (4) that farmers don't know where to (5) their surplus produce and even the government's godowns are (6).
Thus, even if the government desired it cannot (7) to buy the surplus grain, essentially because it would not be able to störe it and building additional (8) facilities could cost several milion rupees.
Besides, the grain would most certainly (9) in a temporary storage facility or then would be (10) up by rodents.

(4).  1) force 2) pass 3) System 4) countdown

A.  force
B.  pass
C.  System
D.  countdown
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5 .

A few years ago India was a grain-deficient country, but today it has become a grain- (1). country. This happened because the government (2) to buy ing huge quantities of grain and also because (3) production increased appreciably too.
Things have come to such a (4) that farmers don't know where to (5) their surplus produce and even the government's godowns are (6).
Thus, even if the government desired it cannot (7) to buy the surplus grain, essentially because it would not be able to störe it and building additional (8) facilities could cost several milion rupees.
Besides, the grain would most certainly (9) in a temporary storage facility or then would be (10) up by rodents.

(5).  1) loading 2) dumping 3) arrange 4) stock.

A.  loading
B.  dumping
C.  arrange
D.  stock.
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6 .

A few years ago India was a grain-deficient country, but today it has become a grain- (1). country. This happened because the government (2) to buy ing huge quantities of grain and also because (3) production increased appreciably too.
Things have come to such a (4) that farmers don't know where to (5) their surplus produce and even the government's godowns are (6).
Thus, even if the government desired it cannot (7) to buy the surplus grain, essentially because it would not be able to störe it and building additional (8) facilities could cost several milion rupees.
Besides, the grain would most certainly (9) in a temporary storage facility or then would be (10) up by rodents.

(6).  1) cracking 2) overflowing 3) multiplying 4) booming

A.  cracking
B.  overflowing
C.  multiplying
D.  booming
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7 .

A few years ago India was a grain-deficient country, but today it has become a grain- (1). country. This happened because the government (2) to buy ing huge quantities of grain and also because (3) production increased appreciably too.
Things have come to such a (4) that farmers don't know where to (5) their surplus produce and even the government's godowns are (6).
Thus, even if the government desired it cannot (7) to buy the surplus grain, essentially because it would not be able to störe it and building additional (8) facilities could cost several milion rupees.
Besides, the grain would most certainly (9) in a temporary storage facility or then would be (10) up by rodents.

(7).  1) risk 2) mean 3)afford 4) adjust

A.  risk
B.  mean
C.  afford
D.  adjust
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8 .

A few years ago India was a grain-deficient country, but today it has become a grain- (1). country. This happened because the government (2) to buy ing huge quantities of grain and also because (3) production increased appreciably too.
Things have come to such a (4) that farmers don't know where to (5) their surplus produce and even the government's godowns are (6).
Thus, even if the government desired it cannot (7) to buy the surplus grain, essentially because it would not be able to störe it and building additional (8) facilities could cost several milion rupees.
Besides, the grain would most certainly (9) in a temporary storage facility or then would be (10) up by rodents.

(8).  1) storage 2) surplus 3) grain 4) occupation

A.  storage
B.  surplus
C.  grain
D.  occupation
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9 .

A few years ago India was a grain-deficient country, but today it has become a grain- (1). country. This happened because the government (2) to buy ing huge quantities of grain and also because (3) production increased appreciably too.
Things have come to such a (4) that farmers don't know where to (5) their surplus produce and even the government's godowns are (6).
Thus, even if the government desired it cannot (7) to buy the surplus grain, essentially because it would not be able to störe it and building additional (8) facilities could cost several milion rupees.
Besides, the grain would most certainly (9) in a temporary storage facility or then would be (10) up by rodents.

(9).  1) degenerate 2) worse 3)lose 4) rot

A.  degenerate
B.  worse
C.  lose
D.  rot
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10 .

A few years ago India was a grain-deficient country, but today it has become a grain- (1). country. This happened because the government (2) to buy ing huge quantities of grain and also because (3) production increased appreciably too.
Things have come to such a (4) that farmers don't know where to (5) their surplus produce and even the government's godowns are (6).
Thus, even if the government desired it cannot (7) to buy the surplus grain, essentially because it would not be able to störe it and building additional (8) facilities could cost several milion rupees.
Besides, the grain would most certainly (9) in a temporary storage facility or then would be (10) up by rodents.

(10).  1) attacked 2) covered 3) gobbled 4) seized

A.  attacked
B.  covered
C.  gobbled
D.  seized
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