In the following passage, at certain points you are given a choice of four words one of which fits the meaning of the passage. Click on the option which you think is most suitable at the point. You can change the option to know correct answer. Press the reset button to try again.
PRACTICE PASSAGE - XXII
The crow is a familiar bird. Everybody must have seen one. With their cawing the crows wake us up early in the morning. The cawing of the crows is very 1.______. They seem to know a lot 2. ______ men. They know that men throw 3.______ much rubbish which is food for 4. ______ so they are very watchful. They 5. ______ around to pick up worms and 6. ______ They can get very bold, so 7. ______ they come close to your 8. ______ if you have any food to 9. ______ them. They have sharp eyes to 10. ______ their cunningness.
PRACTICE PASSAGE - XXIII
They are also very 11. ______ and will come into the house 12. ______ snatch up food. In summer they 13. ______ fly about with their pointed beaks 14. ______ in search of water. They quench their 15. ______ at public baths or on the 16. ______ of rivers. It is wonderful to 17. ______ them washing themselves in small ponds, 18. ______ noisily. They are fond of sitting 19. ______ on the backs of buffaloes in the shade of trees. They present a beautiful sight when, in the evenings, they return to their nests in thrilling geometric 20. ______.