Directions: In the given question, a word has been mentioned and there are three ways in which the word has been used in either similar or different ways. You are required to check which of the sentences have correctly used the highlighted word, and mark that as your answer.
1
Change
 
I. Social structures will change soon enough and the purpose of education will finally be to learn to reason and find one's passion.

II. The negotiations would lead to a change of lands between the parties in the presence of the judge to put an end to the dispute.

III. I asked the conductor to keep the change because I despise carrying loose coins in my purse.
» Explain it
B
Sentence I. Social structures will change soon enough and the purpose of education will finally be to learn to reason and find one's passion.

Here Change means to become different; alter; vary. The usage is correct.

Sentence II. The negotiations would lead to a change of lands between the parties in the presence of the judge to put an end to the dispute.

In this sentence, change has been used which makes no sense. Instead of change, exchange should have been used as it means an act of giving one thing and receiving another (especially of the same kind) in return.

Sentence III. I asked the conductor to keep the change because I despise carrying loose coins in my purse.

Here the word Change means coins of small denomination which is correctly used in the sentence.
 
Only I and III are correct.

Option B is hence the correct answer.
2
Cast
 
I. When she had cast aside all the clothes she couldn't wear, there was a lot of room for many other things in her closet.
II. The new blockbuster has a very popular cast including Martin Freeman.
III. The ship's sail cast a shadow in the water, much like a pale monster lurking just beneath the surface of the water.
» Explain it
E
Sentence I. When she had cast aside all the clothes she couldn't wear, there was a lot of room for many other things in her closet.

Cast aside is a phrasal verb which means getting rid of something. The sentence is correct.

Sentence II. The new blockbuster has a very popular cast including Martin Freeman.

Here the word cast means the actors taking part in a play, film, or other production. The sentence is correct

Sentence III. The ship's sail cast a shadow in the water, much like a pale monster lurking just beneath the surface of the water.

Here cast means: cause (light or shadow) to appear on a surface.

Evidently, all the sentences are correct both grammatically and contextually.

Option E is hence the correct answer.
3
Accomplished

I. He is such an accomplished striker that he does not need anybody to give him pass from the midfield as he can create goals for himself.
II. It is an accomplished fact that the Sun always rises in the east and sets in the west.
III. The whole job was accomplished well within time and that is why the students got appreciation from the Principal as well.
» Explain it
D
Statement I He is such an accomplished striker that he does not need anybody to give him pass from the midfield as he can create goals for himself.

Here, accomplished has been used in the connotation that he is a complete striker and can create goals for himself without any assistance.

Statement II It is an accomplished fact that the Sun always rises in the east and sets in the west.

Here, accomplished does not make any sense and established would have been correct in this context.

Statement III The whole job was accomplished well within time and that is why the students got appreciation from the Principal as well.

Here, accomplished means completed and it is correctly used.
 
Clearly, Option D is the correct choice.
4
Capital

I. Many countries have done away with the capital punishment because it has been experienced that it is not helping the cause at all.
II. Though he did not have enough capital during the initial days of his business he still continued with the same vigor and that is why he is now so successful.
III. The capital was decorated pompously during the occasion of the Independence day but the poverty stricken country failed to emulate the same in other places.
» Explain it
E
Statement I Many countries have done away with the capital punishment because it has been experienced that it is not helping the cause at all.

Here, capital refers to death penalty and this is correct in this context.

Statement II Though he did not have enough capital during the initial days of his business he still continued with the same vigor and that is why he is now so successful.

Here, capital means the initial money required to start a business. This is also correct.

Statement III The capital was decorated pompously during the occasion of the Independence day but the poverty stricken country failed to emulate the same in other places.

Here, capital refers to the main administrative area of the country from where all the policy decisions are taken and also the government of the country sits there. This is again correct.
 
So, Option E is the correct choice.
5
Peace

I. The Gautam Buddha achieved mental peace once he had attained the Nirvana and it is very important that we all achieve the same state to be happy in life.
II. Though he was in love with her, he never failed to give her a peace of his mind in certain situations.
III. If parents are unable to control their children, they are not going to have peace of mind in their final days.
» Explain it
B
Statement I The Gautam Buddha achieved mental peace once he had attained the Nirvana and it is very important that we all achieve the same state to be happy in life.

Here, peace refers to tranquility and a state of mind in which there is no disturbance from outside. This is correct.

Statement II Though he was in love with her, he never failed to give her a peace of his mind in certain situations.

Here, the usage is not correct since the correct phrase is piece of mind which means expressing one’s opinions strongly. Piece should have been used in this context.

Statement III If parents are unable to control their children, they are not going to have peace of mind in their final days.

Here, peace refers to being free from any problem and it is correct in the given context.
 
Hence, Option B is the correct choice.