Stenographer BS-16 2019 Past Paper Page - 4

31) There are altogether four blood groups: A, B, AB and O. Which of these is known as the universal donor?
(A) O
(B) AB
(C) B
(D) A

32) Among animals, which has the longest gestation period?
(A) Camel
(B) Rhinoceros
(C) Blue whale
(D) African elephant

33) What is the meaning of the Anglo-Indian word gentoo?
(A) A Bengali baboo
(B) A native gentleman
(C) A Hindu as opposed to Muslim
(D) A highly educated native

34) A child who will speak English has to learn the poem 'Twinkle, twinkle, little star'. Who wrote it?
(A) Lewis Carroll
(B) Ann Taylor
(C) Jane Taylor
(D) Ann and Jane Taylor

35) What is the capital of Australia?
(A) Melbourne
(B) Adelaide
(C) Canberra
(D) Sydney

36) What should be the daily quantity of urine production in a healthy body?
(A) 2.2 liters
(B) 2 liters
(C) 1 liters
(D) 1.5 liters

37) Among the birds which can fly which is the heaviest?
(A) Peafowl
(B) Great Indian Bustard
(C) Kori Bustard
(D) Emu

38) What would 100°C be in the Fahrenheit?
(A) 196°
(B) 212°
(C) 132°
(D) 180°

39) The U.S Declaration of Independence is considered to be the most important of all American historical documents and one man wrote it almost entirely. Who?
(A) Thomas Jefferson
(B) Aaron Burr
(C) Alexander Hamilton
(D) George Washington

40) Which waterfall in the world is the highest, i.e., by drop from lip to base?
(A) Wollomombi, Australia
(B) Angle Falls, Venezuela
(C) Ribbon Falls,USA
(D) Victoria,Upper Yosemite