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Directions:(1-10)Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks against each number. Identify the correct option among the five alternative pairs that perfectly fits into the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.

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Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

2.
Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

3.
Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

4.
Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

5.
Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

6.
Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

7.
Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

8.
Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

9.
Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

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Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

 

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  1. Directions:(1-10)Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks against each number. Identify the correct option among the five alternative pairs that perfectly fits into the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.

    Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.
    Ans: 1
    Option (a) is the correct answer choice. As the paragraph is telling the story of Ibn Battuta who was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. As line “His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years………” of the paragraph describes that he was a traveller and was known for his travelling hence, the option (a) is the correct answer choice.
  2. 2. Question

    Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

    Ans: 2
    Option (b) is the correct answer choice. As the line “North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia….” suggests the pattern of Ibn Battuta’s travel. Hence, the option (b) is the correct answer choice.
  3. 3. Question

    Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

    Ans: 3
    Option (c) is the correct answer choice. As the previous line “North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia….” suggests that the correct answer choice should be option (c). Distance is the only option which fits contextually correct in the given sentence.
  4. 4. Question

    Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

    Ans: 4
    Option (d) is the correct answer choice. As the line “After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ……..to Ibn Juzay.” itself suggests that after Ibn was done with his travelling he would have shared his experience with Ibn Juzay.
  5. 5. Question

    Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

    Ans: 5
    Option (e) is the correct answer choice. As the paragraph is talking about the journey of Ibn Battuta around the world, hence ‘Voyage’ is the correct answer choice to fill the blank.
    Voyage- a long journey involving travel by sea or in space
    Variance- the fact or quality of being different, divergent, or inconsistent
    Vague- of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear character or meaning
  6. 6. Question

    Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

    Ans: 4
    Option (d) is the correct answer choice. As the previous line, “Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca” suggests the idea of the journey through one place to another moreover the paragraph is talking about the voyage of Ibn Battuta around the world, hence ‘travelled’ is the right answer choice.
  7. 7. Question

    Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

    Ans: 3
    Option (c) is the correct answer choice. The line “…..open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi” suggests that Ibn was welcomed in India by the then sultan of Delhi, hence option (c), ‘greeted’ is the correct answer choice.
  8. 8. Question

    Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

    Ans:  2
    Option (b) is the correct answer choice. The line, “whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described” suggests that the writer of the passage has mentioned a doubt about his journey it’s not clear whether he had visited all the places that he has described in his words. Hence the correct option to fill the blank is ‘Questionable’.
  9. 9. Question

    Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

    Ans: 1
    Option (a) is the correct answer choice. As the previous line, “Ibn Battuta probably …….on hearsay (means of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear character or meaning) evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers” suggests that Ibn had derived a lot of assumptions and the conclusions depending on the experience of the older travellers which were probably only the rumors else was not based on any facts. Hence option (a), ‘relied’ is the correct answer choice to filled the given blank.
  10. 10. Question

    Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He was known for his ___(1)___and undertaking excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a period of almost thirty years, covering nearly the whole of the known Islamic world and beyond. They ____(2)_____ from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East, a ____(3)____ readily surpassing that of his predecessors. After his travels he returned to Morocco and gave his account of the ___(4)____ to Ibn Juzay. He first began his ___(5)_____ by exploring the lands of the Middle East. Thereafter he sailed down the Red Sea to Mecca. He crossed the huge Arabian Desert and ____(6)_____to Iraq and Iran. In 1330, he set of again, down the Red Sea to Aden and then to Tanzania. Then in 1332, Ibn Battuta decided to visit India. He was ___(7)____ open heartedly by the Sultan of Delhi. There he was appointed to the position of a judge. He stayed in India for a period of 8 years and then left for China. Finally, Battuta returned home to Tangier in 1355. It is ______(8)_____ whether Ibn Battuta visited all the places that he described. In order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, Ibn Battuta probably _______(9)____ on hearsay evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers. Ibn Battuta reported that he experienced culture shock in some of the regions he visited. Among Turks and Mongols, he was astonished at the way women behaved. They were allowed freedom of speech. After the completion of the Rihla in 1355, little is known about Ibn Battuta’s life. He was ______(10)____ as a judge in Morocco and died in 1368. The Rihla provides an important account of many areas of the world in the 14th century.

    Ans: 1
    Option (a) is the correct answer choice. As the previous line, “Ibn Battuta probably …….on hearsay (means of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear character or meaning) evidence and made extensive use of accounts by earlier travelers” suggests that Ibn had derived a lot of assumptions and the conclusions depending on the experience of the older travellers which were probably only the rumors else was not based on any facts. Hence option (a), ‘relied’ is the correct answer choice to filled the given blank.

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