10th Class English Judging Completeness of Process Judging Completeness of Process

Judging Completeness of Process

Category : 10th Class

*         Judging Completeness of Process

 

Introduction: While writing the factual description of an object, place, thing or person, it is important to give the readers a sense of impression which will make them realize that they know about it. We should therefore, while defining them, should acknowledge their working, qualities and characteristics. It is vital that the mechanism and working should find a well-defined place.  

 

 

 

Find out, from the following description, the correct arrangement of steps in which the process is completed.  

 

  Steps to check in a hotel

P: Tell the hotel staff how long you intend to stay. If there's some uncertainty about the length of your stay, inform the hotel of this so they can decide how to enter your room request into their system.

Q: Grab your keys and head up to your room. Enjoy your stay.

R: Greet the front desk person and communicate that you'd like a room. If you've already made a reservation, make sure you tell them the name the reservation was under. Specify how many rooms you need, how many people are in your party, what size beds you need.

S: Request any special services like help with your luggage, wake-up calls, room service. Find out where the pool and work out room are located. Sign the register, if there is one. Pay for your room if you're paying cash. Or give your credit card for an imprint if you're paying by credit.

(a) P Q R S                                                          

(b) R P S Q                          

(c) R P Q S                                                           

(d) S R P Q

(e) None of these

 

Answer: (b)  

 

 

  Steps to get admission in a business school

P: Being an applicant, you need to successfully pass the GMAT before acceptance and enrollment into an MBA or similar program. The GMAT is a standardized test that measures your ability to succeed in a graduate school setting. Some programs may allow you to substitute the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) in place of the GMAT.

Q: You'll need to provide at least three people (professors or employers) who can provide recommendations for you. Be sure to use people who will provide positive feedback on your background and abilities. Ask them before you apply if they are willing to provide letters of reference for you.

R: It's time to fill out the application. You'll have to fill out a different application for each business school you apply to. Once you've sent in your application and all the supporting materials, it's time to prepare for the admission interview. As you prepare, think about potential questions from the admission committee.

S: Business schools require an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution of higher learning. Most students who apply to business school have an undergraduate background in business coursework. If you don't have a business-related degree or major, you can still apply to business school but you may be required to take additional coursework.

(a) S P Q R                                                          

(b) R Q P S                          

(c) S Q R P                                                           

(d) Q R S P

(e) None of these

 

Answer: (A)  

 

 

  Steps to give plaque the brush-off

P: To prevent cavities, you need to remove plaque, the transparent layer of bacteria that coats the teeth. The best way to do this is by brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing at least once a day. Brushing also stimulates the gums, which helps to keep them healthy and prevent gum disease. Brushing and flossing are the most important things that you can do to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

Q: Toothpastes contain abrasives, detergents, and foaming agents. Fluoride, the most common active ingredient in toothpaste, is what prevents cavities. So you should always be sure your toothpaste contains fluoride.

R: If you have teeth that are sensitive to heat, cold, and pressure, you may want to try a special toothpaste for sensitive teeth. But you'll still need to talk to your dentist about your sensitivity because it may indicate a more serious problem, such as a cavity or nerve inflammation.

S: About 1 person in 10 has a tendency to accumulate tartar quickly. Tartar is plaque in a hardened form that is more damaging and Difficult to remove. Using anti-tartar toothpastes and mouthwashes, as well as spending extra time brushing the teeth near the salivary glands may slow the development of new tartar.

(a) Q S R P                                                          

(b) R Q P S                          

(c) P Q R S                                                           

(d) P Q S R

(e) None of these

 

Answer: (d)  

 

 

  Steps to build a foundation for a house

P: Level the area where you intend to pour your foundation. It is not necessary for the pad of a slab foundation to be perfectly level, but your pad area should be fairly level, as making your pad level right from the start will save you time and headaches later.

Q: Dig a trench all the way around the perimeter of your foundation. This trench will be an important part of your foundation. It should be a minimum of6 inches wide and 24 inches deep.

R: Place bricks in the bottom of your trench, spaced in such a way that you can lay two rows of rebar in your trench with the rebar supported by the bricks. Fill your trench with concrete all the way to the top. Smooth the top with a trowel if necessary.

S: Build a frame all the way around your trench using your 1/2-inch-by-S- inch-by-10-foot framing boards. Hold the boards in place with wooden stakes. Your foundation frame will be built on both sides of your trench, in effect raising your trench 8 inches above the level of the ground.

(a) S R Q P                                                          

(b) Q R P S                                          

(c) P Q S R                                                           

(d) P Q S R

(e) None of these

 

Answer: (c)        

 

 

  Steps to check email on a computer

P: Set up a POP account through the web-based email service if you use Microsoft Outlook or have your email set up through your company. For example, if you're using Yahoo for your web based email service then you would go to 'Options' and select 'Mail Plus/ You can then sign up for this program for a small monthly fee.

Q: Use any computer and logon to the Internet service provider and go to the home page of the email service that you selected. Enter your user name and password then check your email.

R: Logon to a web-based Internet service such as hotmail.com, yahoo.com orgmail.com. Set up an email account. These email accounts are free and will allow you to check your email from any computer. Choose a user name and password for your account. Make sure to choose ones that are easy to remember.

S: Sign on to your web-based email service and choose 'Retrieve POP mail' in your inbox. This will pull all the mail from your Outlook or business account and drop it in to your inbox.

(a) R Q P S                                                          

(b) Q R P S                          

(c) P R Q S                                                           

(d) R S R Q

(e) None of these

 

Answer: (d)  

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