Level-1 Pillar-1 PRE Test

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1. Joe left the big building, went to the market, got water from there, and took it to the small building.
Which option is correct according to the above statement?

a) He brought water to the big building
b) He bought water from the market
c) He drank the water
d) None of the above

2. Lila lived in a city full of tall buildings. However, in the house where she lived for years, she always heard cars, trucks, and buses. That's why she longed to live somewhere away from the noise of the city.

a) Lila lived far from the city
b) Lila didn't like her new home
c) Lila moved to a new house
d) Lila longed to live in a place away from the noise of the city

3. Which of the following is not a comparative expression?

a) My salary is as much as yours
b) Listening is just as important as speaking
c) I am looking for a new job
d) This report is longer than the other

4. Reading is not just about picking an article and going through it. (1) It is a cognitive, multifaceted process wherein you recognize the word and comprehend it to understand its meaning. (2) Our brain needs to be stimulated to function properly and foster ideas. (3) One of the easiest ways to sharpen your mind is through reading with concentration. (4)
According to the paragraph above, which sentence expresses the benefit of reading?

a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

5. "You're going out, but it will rain, then ........” Which sentence can be completed with which of the following options?

a) You should take an umbrella
b) You shouldn't go out
c) You should buy a bag
d) You should dress well

6. Which of the following is different from the others in one aspect?

a) Big-small
b) Bitter-sweet
c) Long - short
d) Contented- pleased

7. Which of the following sentences contains the answers to the questions "who, when, how, where", respectively?

a) Joe bought sneakers
b) Alice yesterday tired came home from work
c) Mary came running when she heard the news
d) Alex signed up for e-government

8. ….. means doing what is necessary to fulfill your responsibilities. In this way, you can clear your way by solving the obstacles in your way with rational methods and moving forward toward your goals with confidence.

a) Being determined
b) Being greedy
c) Being jealous
d) Being frugal

9. Inflation is not simply an increase in the price of a particular good or service, but a continuous increase in the general level of prices. In other words, it is not inflation if the prices of only some goods increase continuously, or the prices of all goods increase once.
According to the article above, which of the following is inflation?

a) Increase in vegetable prices due to famine this summer
b) Increasing wages of workers
c) The constant increase in the prices of all goods and services
d) Rising loan rates

10. Which of the following statements is not correct?

a) Self-learning provides individuals with the opportunity to learn in all conditions
b) Self-learning, is when the individual's needs are at the centre
c) The individual takes an active role in self-learning
d) Self-learning is done unconsciously, without realizing it

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