Questions 14-18
Questions 19-22
Questions 23-25
Question 26
Others
100
What is the type of these questions:


Do the answers of the question come in order in the text? 

Matching Information


No

100
In Q 19 the phrase most vividly coloured red leaves can be found as ___________ in paragraph ________
reddest

intense red


100

What type of questions are 23/24/25?


Do the answers come in order ?

True / False /Not Given


Yes

100
What is the type of question 26?
Multiple choice
100
What type of questions are 19-20-21-22?


Do answers come in order?

Sentence Completion


Yes

200

In Question 14  the word drop is a synonym for ______________ in paragraph C.

discard

200
In question 20 what are the key words?
surfaces

most red pigment

200
  In which paragraph has the writer explained the light screen hypothesis?

Paragraph F


200
What is the right answer? 

how did you know?

B

Possible clues:

Canadian writer Jay Ingram investigates the mystery of why leaves turn red in the fall

the question of exactly why some trees turn yellow or orange, and others red or purple, is something which has long puzzled scientists

200

What type is this question?

why should a tree bother making new chemicals in its leaves when it’s already scrambling to withdraw and preserve the ones already there?

Rhetorical
300

In Question 14 the phrase substance responsible can be replaced with  ______________ in paragraph C.

source

300
In question 21 , abundant means_______
present in great quantity

oversufficient

300

What is the word/phrase in paragraph F that replaces contradict in 

Q 24?

paradoxical

300
Why is the first choice excluded?

The reason behind why conifers remain green in winter is not dealt with in the passage.

300
Are the theories discussed in Paragraphs D,E,F valid or not?    
Not


400
 In question 16 the word evidence is a paraphrasing of the word __________ in paragraph B. 
clues
400

In which paragraph can you find the answers of questions 19 to 22?

Paragraph H
400

Which phrase in paragraph D proves that sentence 23 is false? 

However, there are problems with each of these theories

400

Why is the third choice excluded?

Although the writer discusses the idea in paragraph E, he calls it a theory with a flaw.

 Other clues are "proposed", "presumably",and "No one has as yet ascertained "

400
Which phrase/sentence in paragraph E proves that the theory presented in it is invalid?

The flaw in this theory lies in the lack of proof to support it.

No one has as yet ascertained whether ............

500

1.Which phrase/sentence in paragraph H is a clue for Q16?

2.Which phrase in paragraph B is a clue for Q17? 

 

1.Even if you had never suspected that this is what was going on when leaves turn red, there are clues out there

2.the molecule that captures sunlight converts that energy into new building materials for the tree

500
Give the answers of 19/20/21/22
19- Sunlight

20-upper

21- dry

22-north

500
Explain why the Sentence 25 is not given?
500

Why is the fourth choice excluded?

The detail is not provided in the text.
500
In paragraph F, plausible means .............
credible

logical

likely

possible

valid

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