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Punctuality is an essential practice in all public affairs of a cultured society. Without it nothing could ever be brought to a termination, the whole thing would be in a state of disorder. Only in a thinly populated rural society is it possible to take no notice of it. In everyday living there can be some acceptance of unpunctuality. The cerebral who is working on some complex problem has everything harmonized and prearranged for the matter in hand he is as a result forgiven, if late for the ceremonial dinner party but people are frequently reapproached for lateness  when their only blunder is cutting things fine. It is tough for quick minded, lively people to misuse time so they are frequently tempted to end a job before setting out to keep a meeting. If no accidents happen in that way, like punctured tires, distraction of traffics, unexpected decent of fogs, they will be on time. They are habitually more industries useful people than those who are by no means late. The more punctual can as much be an examination to others as the unpunctual. The visitor who arrives one or two hours soon is the greatest pain. Some friends of my family had this irksome habit. The only thing to do was to request to come one hour later than the other guests. Then they came just when we required them. If you are going by a train, it is always superior to be contentedly early than even a fraction of a minute behind. Although being early can mean slaying a little time, this will be less than if you fail to spot the train and have to wait for an hour or so for the next one. And you stay away from the irritation of arriving at the very second when the train is drawing out of the station and being incapable to get on it and even harder situation is to be on the station in correct time for a train and still to see is go off without you. Such an occurrence befell a certain youthful girl the first time she was travelling all alone.

  1. What is the suitable title for the above given comprehension?

    1. Punctuality
    2. Laziness
    3. Sluggishness
    4. Sloth
    5. None of the above

    Answer (a)

  2. ------ is an essential practice in all public affairs of a cultured society

    1. Sloth
    2. Laziness
    3. Sluggishness
    4. Punctuality
    5. None of the above

    Answer (d)

  3. In everyday living there can be some acceptance of -- -- --

    1. Unpunctuality
    2. Punctuality
    3. Laziness
    4. Sloth
    5. None of the above

    Answer (a)

  4. It is tough for quick minded, lively people to misuse time so they are frequently tempted to end a job before setting out to keep a meeting

    1. Easy
    2. Tough
    3. Simple
    4. Effortless
    5. None of the above

    Answer (b)

  5. The visitor who arrives one or two hours soon is the greatest pain

    1. Company
    2. Visitor
    3. Caller
    4. Tourist
    5. None of the above

    Answer (a)

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