7th Class English Distinguishing between Facts and Opinions Question Bank

done Distinguishing between Facts and Opinions

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  • question_answer1)

    Direction: Three given below you to identify which is a fact and which is an opinion. Give you answer as:
    ·         A neurotic is a non-stupid, person who behaves stupidly.
    ·         Neuroticism and stupidity go hand in hand.     
    ·         Normal persons behave intelligently.
     

    A) I-fact, II-opinion, III-opinion

    B) I-opinion, II-fact, III-fact

    C) I-opinion, II-opinion, Ill-fact

    D) I-fact, II-opinion, III-fact

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    Direction: Three given below you to identify which is a fact and which is an opinion. Give you answer as:
    ·         Books are like friends who bring rich and lasting rewards.           
    ·         You should choose your friends.         
    ·         Books give us eternal satisfaction
     

    A) I-fact, II-opinion, III-opinion

    B) I-opinion, II-fact, III-fact

    C) I-opinion, II-opinion, Ill-fact

    D) I-fact, II-opinion, III-fact

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    Direction: Three given below you to identify which is a fact and which is an opinion. Give you answer as:
    ·         The greatest need India faces today is not rarespecialists but well trained general physicians.
    ·         Basic medical education needs to be increased urgently.
    ·         Specialised medical education does not take care of general public health of common masses in India.
     

    A) I-fact, II-opinion, III-opinion

    B) I-opinion, II-fact, III-fact

    C) I-opinion, II-opinion, Ill-fact

    D) I-fact, II-opinion, III-fact

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    Direction: Three given below you to identify which is a fact and which is an opinion. Give you answer as:
    ·         Their house is on the highway with a heavy traffic and they are facing problem of noise pollution.
    ·         People should build their houses away from highway
    ·         Traffic creates problems of environmental pollution.
     

    A) I-fact, II-opinion, III-opinion

    B) I-opinion, II-fact, III-fact

    C) I-opinion, II-opinion, Ill-fact

    D) I-fact, II-opinion, III-fact

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    Direction: Three given below you to identify which is a fact and which is an opinion. Give you answer as:
    ·         The present education system needs overhauling.
    ·         Overhauling results in improvement.
    ·         The present education system is outdated.
     

    A) I-fact, II-opinion, III-opinion

    B) I-opinion, II-fact, III-fact

    C) I-opinion, II-opinion, Ill-fact

    D) I-fact, II-opinion, III-fact

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    Direction: Three given below you to identify which is a fact and which is an opinion. Give you answer as:
    ·         Candidates should be young energetic and dynamic in the age group of 27 to 32 years.
    ·         Persons below 27 years are not energetic.
    ·         Persons above 32 years are not young.
     

    A) I-fact, II-opinion, III-opinion

    B) I-opinion, II-fact, III-fact

    C) I-opinion, II-opinion, Ill-fact

    D) I-fact, II-opinion, III-fact

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follow the given facts. Give your answer as;
    Fact: Domestic demand has been increasing faster than the production of indigenous crude oil.
    Opinion:
    I. Crude oil must be imported.
    II. Domestic demand should be reduced.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if neither opinion I or II follows

    E) if both opinion I and II follow

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follow the given facts. Give your answer as;
    Fact: The dissimilarities between the problems of rural and urban development stand out clearly when we compare the attitude of the government towards these two fields.
    Opinion:
    I. Government has more favourable attitude towards rural development than urban development.
    II. Government has more favourable attitude towards urban development than rural development

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if neither opinion I or II follows

    E) if both opinion I and II follow

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follow the given facts. Give your answer as;
    Fact: Castes on social side are a product of human organisations and not a mystery of divine appointment.
    Opinion:
    I. Castes are man-made.
    II. Divinity has created many mysteries in the world.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if neither opinion I or II follows

    E) if both opinion I and II follow

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follow the given facts. Give your answer as;
    Fact: Though he is very intelligent he is not popular enough amongst his colleagues.
    Opinion:
    I: Mere intelligence does not lead to popularity
    II: People do not like intelligent persons.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if neither opinion I or II follows

    E) if both opinion I and II follow

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follow the given facts. Give your answer as;
    Fact: I know nothing except the fact of my ignorance.
    Opinion:
    I: The writer's knowledge is very poor.
    II: The world of knowledge is too vast to be explored by a single person.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if neither opinion I or II follows

    E) if both opinion I and II follow

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follow the given facts. Give your answer as;
    Fact: Reading makes a full man, conference a ready man, and writing an exact man.
    Opinion:
    I: Pointed and precise expression comes only through extensive writing,
    II: Extensive reading makes a complete man.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if neither opinion I or II follows

    E) if both opinion I and II follow

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follow the given facts. Give your answer as;
    Fact: With the introduction of computerisation, our organisation can concentrate on personalised customer service.
    Opinion:
    I. Computerisation is the only need of the hour.
    II. Without computerisation, personalised customer service was not possible.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if neither opinion I or II follows

    E) if both opinion I and II follow

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follow the given facts. Give your answer as;
    Fact: In the Art Gallery, paintings of a renowned artist are displayed for the public. The prices of the paintings are too high for a common man.
    Opinion:
    I. Common man purchases paintings from other places.
    II. Costly paintings are generally displayed in Art Galleries.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if neither opinion I or II follows

    E) if both opinion I and II follow

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follow the given facts. Give your answer as;
    Fact: In case of outstanding candidates the condition of previous experience of social work may be waived by the admission committee for MA. (social work)
    Opinion:
    I: Some of the students for MA. (social work) will have previous experience of social work.
    II: Some of the students for M.A. (social work) will not have previous experience of social work.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if neither opinion I or II follows

    E) if both opinion I and II follow

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