GUINDY, CHENNAI – 600032.
COMMUNICATION SKILLS LABORATORY
BRANCH: MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING
1. Reading Comprehension- 1
2. Jumbled Sentences- 6
3. Spotting Errors- 8
4. Cloze Tests-10
6. Group Discussions-17
7. Interview Skills-22
CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF PLASTICS ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
GUINDY, CHENNAI – 600032.
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Read the following passage carefully and find the correct options.
Perimeter is the distance around a shape. To find the __________ measure the length of all of the sides of the __________ and add them together. Each shape, __________ the __________ looking ones, __________ a perimeter. If the sides of a shape are all the same length, you __________ multiply one length by the number of sides. You can measure perimeter in inches, feet, yards and __________. You can also measure it in centimeters, meters and __________.
Perimeter, funny, can, miles, has, shape, kilometers, even.
Read the passage quickly, then answer the questions.
Have you ever seen a tree that has been cut down? If so, you may have seen many circles in the trunk. These are called the annual rings. You can tell how old a tree is by counting these rings. Trees have rings because they grow a new layer of wood every year. The new layer grows right below the bark. In a year when there is a lot of rain and sunlight, the tree grows faster; the annual ring that year will be thick. When there is not much rain or sunlight, the tree grows slower and the ring is thin.
1. The annual ring of a tree tells how big the tree is.
2. Each year, a new layer of wood grows on top of the bark.
3. In a year with lots of rain and sunlight, the annual ring that year will be thick.
4. Trees grow faster when there is more rain and Sunlight.
Read and complete the sentences that follow by using the words in italics.
If we could travel from the sun’s core, or center, to the surface, we would be at the photosphere, which is the surface part of the sun seen from Earth. The flashes of light that scientists have seen on the surface of the sun are called flares. The dark patches are called sunspots. Sometimes eruptions of gas, called prominences, can also be seen during a solar eclipse. Just above the sun’s surface is a layer of bright gases called the chromosphere. The corona, the region beyond the chromosphere, consists of white concrete circles of light that radiate from the sun.
1. The __________ is the surface part of the sun that we can see. 2. The __________ is the layer of bright gases above the sun’s surface. 3. The __________ consists of white concentric circles of light. 4. __________ can be seen during a solar eclipse.
5. The flashes of light on the sun’s surface are __________. 6. The sun’s center is also known as its __________.
7. The dark patches that sometimes...