SMA Success Guide for Higher Education
Let us prepare for Competitive Exams!
1. Which are the two major political parties
in England? 2. In which place did the ancient Sumerian
Civilizations exist? 3. How much points are there in a Mariner's
compass? 4. Which planet is known as the Red
Planet? 5. Name the neighboring country of India
which is separated by The Palk Strait. 6. Name the world leader whose biography
is titled as ‘Higher Than Hope’. 7. Which is the process that prevents the transfer of heat in a thermos flask due to the silvered surface? 8. Name the layer of atmosphere which is
cold, thin without cloud and dust. 9. Which is the gas present in air that
discolors Brass? 10. Where is the Headquarter of IMF?
1) 664, 332, 340, 170, ___, 89 What number
should fill the blank? 2) V, VIII, XI, XIV, __, XX What number
should fill the blank? 3) 70, 71, 76, __, 81, 86, 70, 91 What number
should fill the blank? 4) 6, 20, 8, 14, 10, 8, 12, ? ,? 5) 6, 10, 14, 18, 22, 26, 30, ? ,? 6) 8, 12, 9, 13, 10, 14, 11, ? ,? 7) 36, 31, 29, 24, 22, 17, 15 , ? ,? 8) Find the odd man out. 18, 16, 12, 24, 11,
9) Find the odd man out. 1, 27, 216, 512,
1024, 1331 10) Find the odd man out. 125, 127, 130,
135, 142, 153, 165
Exclamations or Interjections. In grammar, an interjection or exclamation may be a word used to express an emotion or sentiment on the part of the speaker. Pauses such as UH, ER, UM are also considered as Interjections/Exclamations. Interjections are often placed at the beginning of a sentence. Interjection/exclamation is sometimes expressed as a single word or non sentence phrase followed by a punctuation mark. Interjection as a figure of speech refers to the use of one word – eg: Lawyers say – “Objection”, or soldiers say – “Fire” Words like Hi, Bye, Good bye are interjections as are exclamations like Cheers and Hooray. Like a noun/pronoun they are often characterized by exclamation marks. “Well” a short form of that is well can be used as an interjection as also that’s great, well, don’t worry. Words like yes, no amen, ok are considered as interjections and work as sentences themselves. Expressions such as Excuse me, Sorry, No thank you, Oh dear, Hey that’s mine etc often serve as interjections. Interjections can be phrases or even sentences as well as words such as Okay, Pooh, Wow or even Super. Some English interjections contain sounds that do not (or very rarely) exist in Regular Phonological Inventory for ex: Ahem (attention), Gah (there’s nothing to do), Oops (observation of mistake), Psst (here), Shh (quiet), Tut-Tut (shame), Ugh (disgusting), Whew or Phew (what a relief ), Yeah (yes). But nowadays we use these exclamations very commonly.