is it only me or the new pagalguy asks everybody to change his/her nickname everytime upon logging in !!
dank -- dark + damp = dank
it itself is a mnemonic
@bimbom said: SET 95 In each question, there are five sentences or parts of sentences that form a paragraph. Identify the sentence(s) or part(s) of sentence(s) that is/are correct in terms of grammar and usage. Then, choose the most appropriate option. 1. A. While girls typically tend to spend more of their time socialising with friends, B. boys often become obsessive about a certain pursuit, be it playing the electric C. guitar, collect records or watching hundreds of cult films. The notion of D. collecting knowledge on a subject that is considered to be cool by your peers, E. and becoming admired as an authority on it, seems to be particularly appealing for boys. (1) B & E (2) A, B & D (3) C, D & E (4) C only (5) E only 2. A. Children in school are encouraged to stop daydreaming and focus. B. Wandering minds are often cited as leading cause of traffic accidents. In a C. culture obsessed with efficiency, daydreaming is derided as lazy habit or a lack of D. discipline, the kind of thinking we rely on when we dont really want to think. Its a E. sign of procrastination, something to be put away with your flip-flops and hammock. (1) A, D & E (2) B, C & E (3) C & D (4) B only (5) C only 3. A. Tides are generated through a combination of forces exerted by the gravitational B. pull of the sun and the moon and the rotation of the earth. The relatives motion of C. the three bodies produced different tidal cycles which affect the range of the tides. D. In addition, the tidal range are increased substantially by local effects such as E. shelving, funneling, reflection and resonance. (1) B, C & D (2) A, B & C (3) A & E (4) E only (5) B only 4. A. Piety towards nature was main theme of William Wordsworth, whose poetry B. was in vogue America in the 1820s. Wordsworths depiction of an active and C. powerful mind cohere with the shaping power of the mind that his collaborator D. in the Lyrical Ballads, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, traced to Kant. The idea of such E. power pervades Emersons Nature, where he writes of nature as obedient to spirit and counsels each of us to Build your own world. (1) A, C & E (2) B, C & E (3) D & E (4) E only (5) B only