• RC forms an important part of the verbal ability section. This section mainly focuses on to check the ability to understand the language and the underlying concept of the passage. The main focus should be to have a good command over the language as well as time management.
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Now-a-days we are amused by professionals. Why listen to your friends singing when you can hear the great singers of the world on the gramophone or the radio? Why read even a detective story if you can see one at the cinema, and why play football with players who are not very good when you can go, by train or car, to see some of the best players in your country playing an important match; or, if you have a television set, just sit comfortably at homeand watch the same without the trouble of going outside?

RC (Level-1) Passage-9

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Question 1
The primary criticism of the author about his contemporaries is that
they are unprofessional and unskilled
they want to enjoy all the good things of life
they waste all their time with amusements
they have a lazy and mechanical attitude towards amusements
Question 1 Explanation: 
Instead of playing sports to watching sports, reading to watching cinema. The general idea the author is conveying is that the society is turning lazy and mechanical.
Question 2
The impression you get about the author is that he is
a cynic
an old timer
a reformer
a social critic
Question 2 Explanation: 
The author is alluding to how the society is changing and our lives are becoming mechanical. So we can say he must be a social critic.
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