CBSE Class 10 PSA Sample Paper 2015

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LANGUAGE CONVENTIONS

(Questions 1 - 8): Read the following passage carefully and select the most suitable option from each list according to the corresponding number in the passage.

1. It has long been proven that meditation can reduce

2. stress but scientific research now shows

3. that it also provides other valuable benefits.

4. Practising meditation can lower blood

5. pressure which subsequently reduces the risk of

6. heart attacks. Meditation can also improve the

7. performance of your immune system, helping you to

8. stay healthy. It also has advantages for

9. students since it can improve the ability to

10. consentrait and deal with life's problems

1. In line 5, the word 'subsequently' could best be replaced with

L) also

2) then

3) similarly

4) successively

2. In line10, the word 'problems' could best be replaced with

1) events

2) efforts

3) obstacles

4) occurrences

3. In line 7 the word 'performance' could best be replaced with

1) routine

2) operation

3) achievement

4) presentation

4. In line 3, the word 'valuable' could best be replaced with

1) adequate

2) generous

3) important

4) expensive

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