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Fill in the empty spaces that are numbered with one of the alternatives numbered below with the same number. E.g. in Question 1 only A, B, C, D or E fits in space (1)


Watermelons ...(1)... to India by the 4th century AD. Sushruta, the great Indian physician ...(2)... wrote Sushruta Samhita mentions that watermelons were grown ...(3)... the banks of the river Indus ...(4)... are also mentioned in ancient books. Sushruta calls it as Kalinda or Kalinga (hence Kalingad in Marathi). It was ...(5)... to China in the 10th or 11th century and ...(6)... it is grown throughput the tropics. Wild watermelons are ...(7)... compared to cultivated ones; some of which weigh up to 25 kg. The heaviest fruit weighing 118 kg was produced at Hope, Arkansas, USA the state to which President Clinton ...(8)...

1. (solve as per the direction given above)


A. came
B. go
C. arrived
D. grew
E. grow

Answer & Explanation:

Answer: Option A


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2. (solve as per the direction given above)


A. did
B. when
C. certainly
D. who
E. whom

Answer & Explanation:

Answer: Option D


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3. (solve as per the direction given above)


A. above
B. outside
C. from
D. ahead
E. along

Answer & Explanation:

Answer: Option E


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4. (solve as per the direction given above)


A. It
B. They
C. Some
D. That
E. Those

Answer & Explanation:

Answer: Option B


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5. (solve as per the direction given above)


A. took
B. gave
C. taken
D. take
E. taking

Answer & Explanation:

Answer: Option C


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