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UPSC CDS 1 Answer Key 2018 | Solved Question Paper

  By GK Planet Team       Sunday, 4 February 2018

CDS 1 Answer Keys 2018 [All Sets]

1. SI : First and foremost, there are order and safety in our civilization.
S6: Nobody may come and break into my house and steal my goods.
P : Thus in disputes between man and man, right has taken the place of might.
Q : If today I have a quarrel with another man, I do not get beaten merely because I am physically weaker.
R : I go to law, and the law will decide fairly between the two of us.
S : Moreover, the law protects me from robbery and violence.
The correct sequence should be
(a) R Q P S
(b) S R Q P
(c) Q R p s
(d) P R S Q

2. SI : In democratic countries, men are equal before the law.
S6: And they live like this not for fun, but because they are too poor to afford another room.
P : While some few people live in luxury, many have not enough to eat, drink and wear.
Q : There arc many families of five or six persons who live in a single room.
R : But the sharing-out of money which means the sharing-out of food and clothing and houses – is still very unfair.
S : In this room they sleep and dress and wash and eat, and in this same room they die.
The correct sequence should be
(a) R P Q S
(b) P R S Q
(c) Q S P R
(d) S P R Q

3‘ S’ : we”io7W “ Wi” bC 3 5W si”«
ue ,ost our great leader.
S6: Though he is no more wi’th us, the qualities he possessed and die ideals he cherished remain with us.
p : To ihese lie added a feminine sensi- tiveness to atmosphere.
Q : He was involved in the major events of his time.
R : He participated in them all while maintaining the highest standards of public conduct.
S : He was incomparably the greatest figure in our history – a man of dynamic force, intellectual power and profound vision.
The correct sequence should be
(a) P S R Q
(b) R Q P S
(c) R P Q S
(d) S P Q R
4. SI : It would be possible to adduce many examples showing what could be done with the limited means at our ancestor’s disposal in the way of making life comfortable.
$6: I hope, in this essay, to make that connection manifest.
P : What have comfort and cleanliness to do with politics, morals, and religion ?
Q : But look more closely and you will discover that there exists the closest connection between the recent growth of comfort and the recent history’ of ideas.
R : They show that if they lived in filth and discomfort, it was because filth and discomfort fitted in with their principles, political, moral and religious.
S : At a first glance one would say that there could be no causal connection between arm chairs and democracies, sofas and the family system, hot baths and religious orthodoxy.
The correct sequence should be
(a) P R Q S
(b) R P S Q
(c) Q S R P
(d) Q S P R

5. SI : To most people, the term technology conjures up images of mills or machines.
S6: It includes ways to make chemical reactions occur, ways to breed fish, plant forests or teach history.
P : The classic symbol of technology is still the assembly line created by Henry Ford half a century ago.
Q : The invention of the horse collar in the Middle Ages led to changes in agricultural methods and was as such a technological advance.
R : Moreover, technology includes techniques, as well as the machines that may or may not be necessary to apply them.
S : This symbol, however, has always been inadequate, for technology’ has always been more than factories and machines.
The correct sequence should be
(a) S P R Q
(b) P S Q R
(c) R S P Q
(d) Q S R P

9. SI : Roderick Usher has always been a quiet person who talked little of himself
S6: In the part of the country where he lived, the “House of Usher” had come to mean both the family and its ancestral mansion.
P : Many of his ancestors had been
famous for their artistic and musical abilities.
Q : Others were known for their exceptional generosity and charity.
R : Yet 1 did know that his family was an old one.
S : So I did not know too much about him.
The correct sequence should be
(a) P Q R S
(b) S R Q P
(c) S P R Q
(d) S R P Q

10. SI : Mass production has increased the tendency to view things as useful rather than delightful.
S6: Indeed a lowering of quality usually results when mass production is substituted for more primitive methods.
P : These various things share nothing with the buttons except money value.
Q : All the rest you wish to exchange for food, shelter, and many other things.
R : Suppose you arc a manufacturer of buttons : however excellent your buttons may be, you do not want more than a few for your own use.
S : And it is not even the money value of the buttons that is important to you : what is important is profit which may be increased by lowering their quality.
The correct sequence should be
(a) P Q R S
(b) R Q P S
(c) S P Q R
(d) Q R P S

ANTONYMS
Directions:
Each item in this section consists of a sentence with an underlined word/words followed by four words. Select the option that is opposite in meaning to the underlined word/words and mark your response on your Answer Sheet accordingly.
11. It was a mystery as to where the young girl had acquired such a naive belief.
(a) credulous
(b) childlike
(c) wise
(d) innocent

12. It’s the only treatment suitable for
cancer.
(a) insufficient
(b) impertinent
(c) befitting
(d) congenial

13. Some of the criticisms which they had io put up were very unfair.
(a) scold
(b) scorn
(c) appreciation
(d) censure

14. I would beg of all friends not to rush to Birla house nor try to dissuade me or be anxious about me.
(a) certain
(b) composed
(c) careless
(d) heedless

15. It could not have been expected that, with such a bent of mind of the people, there should have been much activity for the cultivation of the physical sciences in this part of the world.
(a) dull
(b) dormant
(c) indolence
(d) idle
Antonyms of activity (noun) is indolence (noun)
16. Indian culture has been, from time immemorial, of a peculiar cast and mould.
(a) common
(b) customary
(c) natural
(d) familiar

17. The princess char0110^ was lhc c<-*ntrc rif attraction today.
(a) enchanting
(b) hypnotic
(c) repulsive
(d) fascinating

18. Macbeth is a/an abominable Figure.
(a) abhorrent
(b) repugnant
(c) reputable
(d) attractive

19. Terrorists profess fanatical ideology
(a) bigoted
(b) militant
(c) moderate
(d) fervid

20. Rakesh is vulnerable to political pressure
(a) weak
(b) unguarded
(c) exposed
(d) resilient
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  1. Q 15. The correct answer is (c) indolence. "Activity" is a noun, so the synonym should be a noun."Dormant" is an adjective. The noun form is "dormancy".

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