8th Class English Distinguishing between Facts and Opinions Question Bank

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  • question_answer1)

    Direction: Three sentences are given below you have to identify which sentence is a fact and which is opinion. Give your answer as:
    Select the answer from the given choices:
    I. The old order changes yielding the place to new.
    II. Change is the law of nature.
    III. Discard old ideas because they are old.

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

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

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

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

    E) None of these

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    Direction: Three sentences are given below you have to identify which sentence is a fact and which is opinion. Give your answer as:
    Select the answer from the given choices:
    I. A systematic search for intelligent life beyond the solar system will be undertaken shortly by some advanced countries.
    II. Civilisation exists beyond the solar system.
    III. Civilisation does not exist beyond the solar system.

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

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

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

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

    E) None of these

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    Direction: Three sentences are given below you have to identify which sentence is a fact and which is opinion. Give your answer as:
    Select the answer from the given choices:
    I. Tenders are invited only from experienced contractors.
    II. Sealed tenders are invited from competent contractors experienced in executing construction jobs.
    III. It is difficult to find competent tenderer in construction job.

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

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

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

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

    E) None of these

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    Direction: Three sentences are given below you have to identify which sentence is a fact and which is opinion. Give your answer as:
    Select the answer from the given choices:
    I. Those who take dowry in marriage should be condemned by society
    II. Those who do not take dowry in marriage respect womanhood.
    III. Any young man who takes dowry as a condition for marriage discredits himself and dishonours womanhood.

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

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

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

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

    E) None of these

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    Direction: Three sentences are given below you have to identify which sentence is a fact and which is opinion. Give your answer as:
    Select the answer from the given choices:
    I. Both the Central and State Government are computerising rapidly
    II. Computer advertisements now fill magazine pages, but the real computer revolution in India is taking place quietly, and in an unlikely organisation of the government.
    III. The government does not fill the magazine pages with their computer advertisements.

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

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

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

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

    E) None of these

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follows the given fact. Give your answer as:
    Fact: Since inequality is built in wherever there is development, there is little that can be done to arrest it except at the cost of development itself
    Opinion:
    I. To achieve development, inequality should be allowed to continue.
    II. Equality and development do not go together.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if both opinion I and II follow

    E) neither I nor II follows

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follows the given fact. Give your answer as:
    Fact: The best way to escape from a problem is to solve it.
    Opinion:
    I. Your life will be dull if you don't face a problem.
    II. To escape from problems you should always have some solutions with you.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if both opinion I and II follow

    E) neither I nor II follows

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follows the given fact. Give your answer as:
    Fact: It does not matter what activity you engage in, what matters is how much you are interested in it.
    Opinion:
    I. Any activity is equally good as long as it is interesting.
    II. The type of the activity one engages in, is immaterial.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if both opinion I and II follow

    E) neither I nor II follows

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follows the given fact. Give your answer as:
    Fact: Fashion is a form of ugliness, so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months.
    Opinion:
    I. Fashion designers do not understand the public mind very well.
    II. The public by and large is highly susceptible to novelty.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if both opinion I and II follow

    E) neither I nor II follows

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follows the given fact. Give your answer as:
    Fact: Though his performance was not good he was promoted.
    Opinion:
    I. Performance and promotion are not necessarily independent.
    II. Performance leads to promotion.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if both opinion I and II follow

    E) neither I nor II follows

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follows the given fact. Give your answer as:
    Fact: The distance of 900 km by road between Bombay and Jafrabad was to be reduced to 280 km by sea. This would lead to a saving of Rs. 7.92 crores per annum on fuel.
    Opinion:
    I. Transportation by sea is cheaper than that by road.
    II. Fuel must be saved to the greatest extent.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if both opinion I and II follow

    E) neither I nor II follows

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follows the given fact. Give your answer as:
    Fact: He questioned the utility of the present research projects and suggested their replacement by other in areas of national needs.
    Opinion:
    I. Research should be stopped.
    II. Research should be oriented to national needs.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if both opinion I and II follow

    E) neither I nor II follows

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follows the given fact. Give your answer as:
    Fact: Recent researches have shown that pimples have their root cause within the liver.
    Opinion:
    I. The medication for pimples should be administered to the liver.
    II. Creams requiring external application are of no use.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if both opinion I and II follow

    E) neither I nor II follows

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follows the given fact. Give your answer as:
    Fact: Doctors have comprehensive knowledge of human structure.
    Opinion:
    I. Anatomy is one of their subjects in curriculum.
    II. Other subjects also deal with the human structure.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if both opinion I and II follow

    E) neither I nor II follows

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    Direction: In these questions a fact is followed by two opinions. You have to find which opinions follows the given fact. Give your answer as:
    Fact: It is almost impossible to survive and prosper in this world without sacrificing ethics and morality
    Opinion:
    I. World appreciates some concepts but may not uphold it.
    II. Concept of ethics and morality are not practicable in life.

    A) if only opinion I follows

    B) if only opinion II follows

    C) if either opinion I or II follows

    D) if both opinion I and II follow

    E) neither I nor II follows

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