Remedial English Test Series 47

        Remedial English Test Series 47

      Identify  the ONE mistake in each line and make corrections    (1 mark for each correct answer. Total score   ___ )

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

01 The  moral values in life hold great important  from the point of personal, social and spiritual development. Values,
02 morals and ethics are inextricable tied together. Values are what we learn from childhood; the ‘stuff’ we acquired from
03 our parents and immediate surroundings. Values are the motive power behind purpose  action. Moral values are
04 meant for make the quest to find the higher self an easier. Unfortunately, many amongst us may find it difficult to
05 follow values such as truthfulness, honesty, forgive  in our lives because we have not perceived the subtle gains
06 that come to us by following these values.  Or, maybe, we are careless to realize the important of values in life. 
07  Ethics, on the other hand, are how we actually do behave in the face of difficulty situations that test our moral fiber.
08  Ethics are the code or principles on which one’s character depend. Ethics and character are close related. Values
09 are essential to ethics develop at an early age and can be instrument to building character. The quality of our lives
10 is not determine by the happenstance of genetics or by the influence of environment; it is not measured in material
11 possessions or in the trappings of youth; it is not dependence on personality or social acclaim. On the contrary, the
12 intrinsic value of the lives we lead reflect the strength of a single trait: our personal character.  Russell W. Gough,
13 author of book titled: Character Is Destiny, describes the steps to personal grow  from examining our lives to taking
14 responsibility for our actions, from discard  selfishness to embracing the greater good, from becoming a better
15 role model for our loved ones to finding the courage to do the right thing naturally and consistent. By cultivating the
16 habits of virtue, we will strengthen not only ourselves but, more importance, our families and our world.  Whereas,
17 morals are the intrinsic believes developed from the value systems of how we ‘should’ behave in any given situation.
18 Moral values are the standards of good and evil, which govern an individuals behavior and choices.

               KEY TO Remedial English Test Series 47   Note the correct answers below

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

01 The  moral values in life hold great importance from the point of personal, social and spiritual development. Values,
02 morals and ethics are inextricably tied together. Values are what we learn from childhood; the ‘stuff’ we acquired from
03 our parents and immediate surroundings. Values are the motive power behind purposeful action. Moral values are
04 meant for making the quest to find the higher self an easier. Unfortunately, many amongst us may find it difficult to
05 follow values such as truthfulness, honesty, forgiveness in our lives because we have not perceived the subtle gains
06 that come to us by following these values.  Or, maybe, we are careless to realize the importance of values in life. 
07  Ethics, on the other hand, are how we actually do behave in the face of difficult situations that test our moral fiber.
08  Ethics are the code or principles on which one’s character depend. Ethics and character are closely related. Values
09 are essential to ethics develop at an early age and can be instrumental to building character. The quality of our lives
10 is not determined by the happenstance of genetics or by the influence of environment; it is not measured in material
11 possessions or in the trappings of youth; it is not dependent on personality or social acclaim. On the contrary, the
12 intrinsic value of the lives we lead reflects the strength of a single trait: our personal character.  Russell W. Gough,
13 author of book titled: Character Is Destiny, describes the steps to personal growth from examining our lives to taking
14 responsibility for our actions, from discarding selfishness to embracing the greater good, from becoming a better
15 role model for our loved ones to finding the courage to do the right thing naturally and consistently. By cultivating the
16 habits of virtue, we will strengthen not only ourselves but, more important, our families and our world.  Whereas,
17 morals are the intrinsic beliefs developed from the value systems of how we ‘should’ behave in any given situation.
18 Moral values are the standards of good and evil, which govern an individual’s behavior and choices.