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FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR
RECRUITMENT TO POSTS IN BPS-17 UNDER
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, 2013


ENGLISH (Précis and Composition)

TIME ALLOWED:
(PART-I MCQs) 30 MINUTES .................. MAX. MARKS:20
(PART-II) 2 HOURS & 30 MINUTES...MAX.MARKS:80


PART I - COMPULSORY

Q.1 Choose the word that is near most similar in meaning to the Capitalized words. (1 Mark each) (20)

1. BRISTLE:
a) Regulate
b) Flare up
c) Frail
d) Exhilarate
e) None of These

2. DELUGE
a). Immerse
b) Rescue
c) Drown
d) Overflow
e) None of These

3. TIRADE
a) Argument
b) Procession
c) Angry Speech
d) Torture
e) None of These

4. QUASI
a) Secret
b) Improper
c) Seeming
d) Whole
e) None of These

5. VILIFY
a) To Prove
b) Boast
c) Defraud
d) Defame
e) None of These

6. RIGMAROLE
a) Unnecessary
b) Disorder
c) Confused Talk
d) Game
e) None of These

7. DEIGN
a) Condescend
b) Pretend
c) Disparage
d) Refuse
e) None of These

8. PROLETARIAT
a) Trade Agreement
b) Government Secretariat
c) Labouring Class
d) Wealthy Class
e) None of These

9. LUDICROUS
a) Liberal
b) Fearful
c) Comic
d) Praise Worthy
e) None of These

10. MALEFIC
a) Baleful
b) Belonging to a male person
c) Social
d) Fighting by Nature
e) None of These

Choose the word that is nearly most opposite in meaning to the Capitalized words.


11. LANGUID
a) Feeble
b) Dull
c) Vigorous
d) Weak
e) None of these

12. HIGH-STRUNG
a) Nervous
b) Tense
c) Costly
d) Calm
e) None of these

13. METTLE
a) Courage
b) Boldness
c) Cowardice
d) Spirit
e) None of these

14. ABRIDGMENT
a) Epitome
b) Dissect
c) Abstract
d) Synopsis
e) None of these

15. CAJOLE
a) Flaunt
b) Coax
c) Beguile
d) Flatter
e) None of these

16. CELIBACY
a ) Virginity
b)Wedlock
c) Chastity
d) Single
e) None of these

17. INCLEMENT
a) Rough
b) Unpleasant
c) Unfavorable
d) Genial
e) None of these

18. IRRESOLUTE
a) Ineffective
b) Without resolution
c) Yielding
d) Sturdy
e) None of these

19. ANNEXATION
a) Supplement
b) Augmentation
c) Appendix
d) Contraction
e) None of these

20. INCUR
a) Shun
b) Run
c) Blamed
d) Meet
e) None of these


PART II

Note: (i) PART - II is to be attempted on separate Answer Book.
(ii) Attempt all questions from PART - II.
(iii) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.
(iv) Candidate must write Q. No in the Answer Book in accordance with Q. No in the Q, paper.

Q.2. Make the precis of the following passage and suggest a suitable heading. (20+2=22)

Culture, in human societies, has two main aspects; an external, formal aspect and an inner, ideological aspect. The external forms of culture, social or artistic, are merely an organized expression of its inner ideological aspect, and both are an inherent component of a given social structure. They are changed or modified when this structure. They are changed and modified when this structure is changed or modified and because of this organic link they also help and influence such changes in their parent organism. Cultural Problems, therefore, cannot be studied or understood or solved in isolation from social problems, i.e. problems of political and economic relationships. The cultural problems of the underdeveloped countries, therefore, have to be understood and solved in the light of larger perspective, in the context of underlying social problems. Very broadly speaking, these problems are primarily the problems of arrested growth; they originate primarily from long years of imperialist-Colonialist domination and the remnants of a backward outmoded social structure. This should not require much elaboration European Imperialism caught up with the countries of Asia, Africa or Latin America between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. Some of them were fairly developed feudal societies with ancient traditions of advanced feudal culture. Others had yet to progress beyond primitive pastoral tribalism. Social and cultural development of them all was frozen at the point of their political subjugation and remained frozen until the coming of political independence. The culture of these ancient feudal societies, in spite of much technical and intellectual excellence, was restricted to a small privileged class and rarely intermingled with the parallel unsophisticated folk culture of the general masses. Primitive tribal culture, in spite of its child like beauty, had little intellectual content. Both feudal and tribal societies living contagiously in the same homelands were constantly engaged in tribal, racial and religious or other feuds with their tribal and feudal rivals. Colonialist – imperialist domination accentuated this dual fragmentation, the vertical division among different tribal and national groups, the horizontal division among different classes within the same tribal or national groups. This is the basic ground structure, social and cultural, bequeathed to the newly liberated countries by their former over lords.


Q.3 Read the following passage and answer the question that follow. Use your own language.(20)

The civilization of China, as everyone knows, is based upon the teaching of Confucius, who flourished five hundred years before Christ. Like the Greeks and Romans, he did not think of human society as naturally progressive; on the contrary, he believed that in remote antiquity rulers had been wise, and the people had been happy to a degree which the degenerate present could admire but hardly achieve. This, of course, was a delusion. But the practical result was that Confucius, like other teachers of antiquity, aimed at creating a stable society, maintaining a certain level of excellence, but not always striving after new successes. In this he was more successful than any other men who ever lived. His personality has been stamped on Chinese civilization from his day to our own. During his lifetime the Chinese occupied only a small part of present-day China, and were divided into a number of warring states. During the next three hundred years they established themselves throughout what is now China proper, and founded an empire exceeding in territory and population any other that existed until the last fifty years. In spite of barbarian invasions, Mongol and Manchu dynasties, and occasional longer or shorter periods of chaos and civil war, the Confucian system survived, bringing with it art and literature and a civilized way of life. A system which has had this extra ordinary power of survival must have great merits, and certainly deserves our respect and consideration. It is not a religion, as we understand the word,because it is not associated with the supernatural or with mystical beliefs. It is a purely ethical system, but its ethics, unlike those of Christianity, are not too exalted for ordinary men to practice. In essence, what Confucius teaches is something very like the old-fashioned ideal of a ‘gentleman’ as it existed in the eighteenth century. One of his sayings will illustrate this: 'The true gentleman is never contentious ... he courteously salutes his opponents before taking up his position ... so that even when competing he remains a true gentleman'.

Questions:
  1. Why do you think the author calls Confucius' belief about the progress of human society as a delusion?
  2. How did Confucius' though affect China to develop into a stable and 'Proper' China?
  3. Why does the author think that Confucian system deserves respect and admiration?
  4. Why does the author call Confucian system a purely ethical system and not a religion?
  5. Briefly argue whether you agree or disagree to Confucius' ideal of a gentleman?

Q4. Write a comprehensive note (250-300 words) on any ONE of the following: (20)
  1. Revolution versus Evolution
  2. Let us agree to disagree in an agree-able way.
  3. Say not, struggle not availth.
  4. Beneath every cloud there is always a silver thing.
  5. Is democracy an ideal form of government?

Q.5. (a) Use ONLY FOUR of the following in sentences which illustrate their meaning: (Extra attempt shall not be considered). (04)
  1. The milk of human kindness
  2. A rule of thumb
  3. Out and out
  4. To wash one's dirty linen in public
  5. To pay through the nose
  6. To lose face

Q.5. (b) Use ONLY FOUR of the following pair of words in sentences which illustrate their meaning: (Extra attempt shall not be considered). (04)
  1. Adjoin, Adjourn
  2. Allay, Ally
  3. Bases, Basis
  4. Click, Clique
  5. Distract, Detract
  6. Liable, Libel
Q.6. (a) Correct ONLY FIVE of the following. Extra attempt shall not be considered. (05)

1. My boss agreed with my plan.
2. If he was here, he would be as wise as he was during the war.
3. We have amusements in form of music.
4. You get hungry for all the work you have to do
5. We were glad for being there.
6. I prefer the fifth act of Shakespeare King Lear the best of all.
7. After finishing my lecture, the bell rang.
8. We needed not to be afraid.


Q.6 (b) Change the narration from direct to indirect speech. (DO ONLY FIVE) Extra attempt shall not be considered.


1. “If I had spoken to my father as you speak to me he’d have beaten me,” he said to me.
2. “How far is it”? I said, “and how long will take me to get there”?
3. “Do you know anybody in this area or could you get a reference from your landlady?" he asked me.
4. She told me to look where I was going as the road was full of holes and very badly lit.
5. He wanted to know if I was going to concert and suggested that we should make up a party and go together.
6. He said, I must'nt mind if the first one wasn’t any good.
7. “What a nuisance! Now I’ll have to do it all over again”, he exclaimed.
8. “I must go to the dentist tomorrow”, he said. “ I have an appointment”.
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Q.1. Choose the word that is nearly most similar in meaning to the Capitalized words: (1 Mark each) (20)

(1) BRISTLE: a. Regulate b. Flare up c. Frail d. Exhilarate e. None
(2) DELUGE: a. Immerse b. Rescue c. Drown d. Overflow e. None
(3) TIRADE: a. Argument b.Procession c. Angry Speech d. Torture e. None
(4) QUASI: a. Secret b. Improper c. Seeming d. Whole e. None
(5) VILIFY: a. To prove b. Boast c. Defraud d. Defame e. None
(6) RIGMAROLE: a. Unnecessary b. Disorder c. Confused talk d. Game e. None
(7) DEIGN: a. Condescend b. Pretend c. Disparage d. Refuse e. None
(8) PROLETARIAT: a. Trade agreement b. Government Secretariat c. Laboring class d. Wealthy class e. None
(9) LUDICROUS a. Liberal b. Fearful c. Comic d. Praise worthy e. None
(10) MALEFIC: a. Baleful b. Belonging to a male person c. Social d. Fighting by nature e. None


Choose the word that is nearly most opposite in meaning to the Capitalized words:

(11) LANGUID a. Feeble b. Dull c. Vigorous d. Weak e. None
(12) HIGH-STRUNG a. Nervous b. Tense c. Costly d Calm. e. None
(13) METTLE: a. Courage b. Boldness c. Cowardice d. Spirit e. None
(14) ABRIDGEMENT: a. Epitome b. Dissect c. Abstract d. Synopsis e. None
(15) CAJOLE: a. Flaunt b. Coax c. Beguile d. Flatter e. None
(16) CELIBACY: a. Virginity b. Wedlock c. Chastity d. Single e. None
(17) INCLEMENT a. Rough b. Unpleasant c. Unfavorable d. Genial e. None
(18) IRRESOLUTE: a. Ineffective b. Without resolution c. Yielding d. Sturdy e. None
(19) ANNEXATION: a. Supplement b. Augmentation c. Appendix d. Contraction e. None
(20) INCUR: a. Shun b. Run c. Blame d. Meet e. None


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Q.1 Choose the word that is near most similar in meaning to the Capitalized words. (1 Mark each) (20)
1. BRISTLE:
a) Regulate b) Flare up c) Frail d) Exhilarate e)None of These
2. DELUGE
a). Immerse b) Rescue c) Drown d)Overflow e)None of These
3. TIRADE
a) Argument b) Procession c) Angry Speech d) Torture e)None of These
4. QUASI
a) Secret b) Improper c) Seeming d) Whole e)None of These
5. VILIFY
a)To Prove b) Bost c) Defraud d) Defame e)None of These
6. RIGMAROLE
a) Unnecessary b) Disorder c) Confused Talk d) Game e)None of These
7. DEIGN
a) Condescend b) Pretend c) Disparage d)Refuse e)None of These
8. PROLETARIAT
a) Trade Agreement b) Government Secritariat c) Labouring Class d) Wealthy Class e)None of These
9. LUDICROUS
a) Liberal b) Fearful c) Comic d) Praise Worthy e)None of These
10. MALEFIC
a) Baleful b) Belonging to a male person c) Social d) Fighting by Nature e)None of These

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1. The milk of human kindness
Fig. natural kindness and sympathy shown to others. (From Shakespeare's play Macbeth, I. v.)
Mariam is completely hard and selfish—she doesn't have the milk of human kindness in her.

2. A rule of thumb
a way of calculating something which is not exact but which will help you to be correct enough
A good rule of thumb is to cook two handfuls of rice per person.


3. Out and out
Complete; thoroughgoing:
One should have out-and-out knowledge about the world affairs.

4. To wash one's dirty linen in public
To discuss one's personal affairs in public
Our politicians must avoid to wash their dirty linen in public.

5. To pay through the nose
To pay too much or heavily
The elite class in Pakistan pay through their nose just to show off.

6. To lose face
To be less respected or show stupidity
He did not need to lose face but he made a mistake.

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1. My boss agreed with my plan.
Correct: My boss agreed to my plan

2. If he was here, he would be as wise as he was during the war.

3. We have amusements in form of music.

4. You get hungry for all the work you have to do
Correct: You get hurry for all the work you have to do.

5. We were glad for being there.
Correct: We were glad to be there

6. I prefer the fifth act of Shakespeare King Lear the best of all.
Correct: I prefer the fifth act of Shakespeare's King Lear the best of all.

7. After finishing my lecture, the bell rang.

8. We needed not to be afraid.
Correct: We need not to be afraid.

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1. “If I had spoken to my father as you speak to me he’d have beaten me,” he said to me.
Indirect: He told me that if he had spoken to his father as I spoke to him, he would have beaten him.

2. “How far is it”? I said, “and how long will take me to get there”?
I wanted to know that how far it was and how long it would take me to go there.

3. “Do you know anybody in this area or could you get a reference from your landlady He asked me.

Indirect: He wanted to know whether I know anybody in this area or could I get a reference from my landlady.

4. She told me to look where I was going as the road was full of holes and very badly lit.

5. He wanted to know if I was going to concert and suggested that we should make up a party and go together.

6. He said, I must’nt mind if the first one wasn’t any good.
Indirect: He told that he must not mind if the first one wasn't any good.
7. “What a nuisance! Now I’ll have to do it all over again”, he exclaimed.

8. “I must go to the dentist tomorrow”, he said. “ I have an appointment”.
He told that he must go to the dentist next day as he had an appointment.
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My answersQ.1 Choose the word that is near most similar in meaning to the Capitalized words. (1 Mark each) (20)
1. BRISTLE:
a) Regulate b) Flare up c) Frail d) Exhilarate e)None of These
b
2. DELUGE
a). Immerse b) Rescue c) Drown d)Overflow e)None of These
d
3. TIRADE
a) Argument b) Procession c) Angry Speech d) Torture e)None of These
c
4. QUASI
a) Secret b) Improper c) Seeming d) Whole e)None of These
c
5. VILIFY
a)To Prove b) Bost c) Defraud d) Defame e)None of These
d
6. RIGMAROLE
a) Unnecessary b) Disorder c) Confused Talk d) Game e)None of These
c
7. DEIGN
a) Condescend b) Pretend c) Disparage d)Refuse e)None of These
c
8. PROLETARIAT
a) Trade Agreement b) Government Secritariat c) Labouring Class d) Wealthy Class e)None of These
c
9. LUDICROUS
a) Liberal b) Fearful c) Comic d) Praise Worthy e)None of These
d
10. MALEFIC
a) Baleful b) Belonging to a male person c) Social d) Fighting by Nature e)None of These
d
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Great,An appriciabl job you did Rauf bhai ,i have to uploaded again the answers because there were some errors. in such post uploaded by any other brother
[QUOTE=Rauf Tariq;562202](PART-I MCQs) (COMPULSORY)

Q.1. Choose the word that is nearly most similar in meaning to the Capitalized words: (1 Mark each) (20)

(1) BRISTLE: a. Regulate b. Flare up c. Frail d. Exhilarate e. Non
b. Flare up
(2) DELUGE: a. Immerse b. Rescue c. Drown d. Overflow e. None
d. Overflow
(3) TIRADE: a. Argument b.Procession c. Angry Speech d. Torture e. None
c. Angry Speech
(4) QUASI: a. Secret b. Improper c. Seeming d. Whole e. None
(5) VILIFY: a. To prove b. Boast c. Defraud d. Defame e. None
d. Defame
(6) RIGMAROLE: a. Unnecessary b. Disorder c. Confused talk d. Game e. None
(7) DEIGN: a. Condescend b. Pretend c. Disparage d. Refuse e. None
c. Confused talk
(8) PROLETARIAT: a. Trade agreement b. Government Secretariat c. Laboring class d. Wealthy class e. None
(9) LUDICROUS a. Liberal b. Fearful c. Comic d. Praise worthy e. None
c. Laboring class
(10) MALEFIC: a. Baleful b. Belonging to a male person c. Social d. Fighting by nature e. None
a. Baleful

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a) Unnecessary b) Disorder c) Confused Talk d) Game e)None of These
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