Iron feels hard or is hard to the touch. Cotton feels soft or is soft
to the touch.
C. Incorrect. To rumple is to make wrinkled, just the opposite of
what you want.
D. Incorrect. To stabilize is to make steady, to ensure consistency,
not remove it.
E. Incorrect. To exonerate is the same as to exculpate.
One-Hundred cents is a
is a century
B. Incorrect. Rebuttal is proving false, which may or may
not humiliate someone. A refutation is a rebuttal, disproving
C & D Incorrect.
E. Incorrect. A commencement is a beginning, not a summarizing.
This passage is a little
confusing. Though Korean women
have been cited, the passage actually talks
about Asian women as a common lot.
A. Incorrect. Women all over the world are involved in this sector.
B. Incorrect. The discussion is basically on women who are working as
managers and not those who start and lead companies and corperations..
C. Incorrect. "Maidens" implies a housewife, not a working
E. Incorrect. Breaking barriers suggests a rebellious stance which is
not quite what the author put forward in the passage.
The author, from her childhood
was influenced by her motherís
managerial skills at home. The Asian
woman, even today is expected to do every bit
on the home front - whether she is a working woman
A. Incorrect. Because women in Hong Kong, Taiwan etc. started climbing
the corporate ladder much earlier.
C & E Incorrect. The author is working as a manager.
D. Incorrect. The author believes it is possible for a woman to work
after marriage and laments the fact that many asian women quit working
It so happens that due to domestic
pressures married women in Asia
tend to become housekeepers
and end up giving up their job.
B. Incorrect. Other reasons women leave the workplace are not
mentioned in this the passage.
C. Incorrect. Very few discard marital bliss in lieu of a career.
D. Incorrect. It is only a possibility.