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Each of the sentences given below has one or more blanks. What you need to do is to choose the most appropriate vocabulary word to fill in the blanks and complete the meaning of the sentence.
|Slang is a language that rolls up its sleeves, spits on its hands, and ______.||communicates||puts its foot down||stays cool||goes to work||d|
|It has been argued that politics, as ______, has always been systematic organization of common hatreds.||a practice||a theory||an ideal||an enigma||a|
|Although her initial anger had ______ somewhat, she continued to ______ the careless mechanic.||abated; berate||diminished; appease||blazed; assail||subsidized; condone||a|
|The writings of the French philosopher René Descartes are ______, most of the readers have difficulty following his complex, intricately woven arguments.||generic||trenchant||abstruse||elongated||c|
|The legendary figures like Waseem Akram must always be ______.||rejected||respected||adored||admonished||c|
|As long as nations cannot, themselves, accumulate enough physical power to dominate all others, they must depend on ______.||allies||freedom||education||resources||a|
|An ______ is the best spouse any woman can have; the older she gets, the more ______ he is in her.||goods provider; satisfied||engineer; confident||lawyer; wrapped up||archeologist; interested||d|
|Since the writer frequently ______ other scholars, her objection to disputes is not only irrelevant but also ______.||supports; overbearing||quotes; curious||ignores; peevish||attacks; surprising||d|
|It was a war the king and his more prudent counselors wished to ______, if they could, and were determined in any event, to ______ it as long as possible.||denounce; deny||provoke; delay||curtail; promote||avoid; postpone||d|
|The extensive public shock at the news of the verdict of guilt was caused partly by ______ news stories that had ______ acquittal.||biased; predicted||sensational; condemned||impartial; mentioned||local; denounced||a|
|Moving and parked, the automobile devours urban land, leaving the buildings as mere ______ of habitable space in a sea of ugly and dangerous traffic.||remnants||islands||blocks||mountains||c|
|Jane was in the midst of the ______, half suffocated by the dust and stunned by the trampling of the ______ herd.||range; grazing||cloud; stampeding||corral; browsing||pasture; mud-caked||b|
|The satisfactions and powers of primeval people, although few and meager, were ______ their simple and few desires.||simultaneous with||ruined by||commensurate with||substantiated by||c|
|It is almost always desirable to increase the yield of a crop, if ______ increases are not also necessary in labour, energy, and other inputs of crop production.||commensurate||predetermined||measured||compatible||a|
|The availability of oxygen gas is an essential ______ for animal life, while carbon dioxide gas is equally ______ for plant life.||choice; optional||duplication; selective||condition; essential||luxury; harmful||c|
|It comes as no surprise that communities have codes of behaviour; however, the character of the codes can often be ______.||predictable||confusing||explicit||admirable||b|
|Although often extremely critical of the medical profession as a whole, people are rarely willing to treat their personal doctors with equal ______.||contempt||impetuosity||mockery||condescension||a|
|You would never have believed that your article was so ______, if you had not received so many calls.||insipid||detailed||controversial||insignificant||c|
|Nearly ______ by disease and the destruction of their habitat, Koalas are now found only in isolated parts of eucalyptus forests.||dispersed||compiled||infuriated||decimated||d|
|Dependence on foreign sources of heavy metals, although ______ remains ______ for the foreign policy of the United States.||deepening; a challenge||unavoidable; a precedent||excessive; a dilemma||diminishing; a problem||d|
|Literature is inevitably a ______ rather than ______ medium for the simple reason that writers impose their own vision between the reader and reality.||transparent; an opaque||distorting; a neutral||flawless; inexact||flexible; rigid||b|
|Congress is having great difficulty in developing a consensus on energy policy, primarily because the policy objectives of numerous members of congress rest on such ______ assumptions.||commonplace||trivial||divergent||fundamental||c|
|Philosopher’s problems arise when people asks questions that, although very ______, have certain characteristics in common.||relevant||abstract||diverse||controversial||c|
|Deep ideological ______ and internal power struggles ______ the government.||divisions; paralyzed||disputes; facilitated||agreement; stymied||similarities; protracted||a|
|In an age without recordings or radio, an age ______ by print, fiction gained its greatest ascendancy.||denigrated||emphasized||decimated||dominated||d|
|Lewis tried to ______ a boring speech with ______ slurs against women’s liberation.||enliven; gratuitous||extend; terse||lend precision to; accurate||animate; well-deserved||a|
|The modern world’s small, portable computers contrast markedly with the earliest electronic computers, which were ______.||invented||useful||effective||enormous||d|
|It was John’s view was that the country’s problems had been ______ by the foreign technocrats; hence, to invite them to come back would be counter-productive.||exacerbated||ascertained||attacked||analysed||a|
|While young parents can compensate for adversity old parents may ______ it.||eradicate||neutralize||exacerbate||ameliorate||c|
|Reconstruction of the skeletons of extinct species like dinosaurs is ______ process that requires much patience and effort by paleontologists.||a disheveled||a nascent||a worthless||an exacting||d|
|During the widespread fuel shortage, the price of gasoline was so ______ that suppliers were generally thought to be ______ the consumers.||reactive; shielding||stable; blackmailing||excessive; gouging||prohibitive; placating||c|
|There are no ecosystems or vegetation types whose study has been ______ to the extent that they do not ______ the ecologists any longer.||perfected; hinder||prevented; challenge||prolonged; require||exhausted; interest||d|
|Although some of the information the author reveals about American life might surprise Russians, his major themes are ______ enough.||familiar||thorough||original||vital||a|
|A misconception commonly held by novice writers is that sentence structure mirrors thought; the more convoluted the sentence structure, the more ______ the idea.||ridiculous||inconsequential||blatant||fanciful||d|
|Although the General’s carefully qualified public statement could hardly be ______, some people took ______ it.||respected; liberties with||faulted; exception to||credited; pot-shots at||inoffensive; umbrage at||b|
|Although Diana ______ great enthusiasm for her employer’s project, in reality her interest in the project was so ______ as to be almost non-existent.||displayed; pre-emptive||expected; indiscriminate||feigned; perfunctory||demanded; dispassionate||c|
|Although formidable winters are a norm in the Dakotas, most of the people were unprepared for the ______ of the blizzard of 1888.||ferocity||inevitability||probability||important||a|
|Cirrus Howard is defined as all cloud forms which are built of delicate threads, like the ______ of some sort of marvelous wool.||hanks||fibers||chunks||nuclei||b|
|Known for their devotion, dogs were often used as symbols of ______ in Medieval and Renaissance painting.||resistance||antagonism||generosity||fidelity||d|
|After several years of television, people have become “Speed watchers”; consequently, if the camera lingers, the audience’s interest ______.||begins||varies||flags||broadens||c|
|The headmaster declared that the students were not simply ignoring the rules but openly ______ them.||redressing||accepting||reviewing||flouting||d|
|The former king, by divesting himself of all regalities, ______ the consideration that customarily protects monarchs.||debased||merited||forfeited||extended||c|
|French folktales almost always occur within the basic ______ that correspond to the ______ setting of peasant life.||contexts; hierarchical||chronologies; generic||structures; personal||frameworks; dual||d|
|Jim and Jack’s mutual teasing seemed ______, but in fact it ______ a long-standing hostility.||bitter; revealed||aimless; produced||friendly; masked||clever; averted||c|
|Tony’s ______ should not be confused with miserliness; as long as I have known him, he has always been willing to assist those who are in need.||intemperance||intolerance||frugality||apprehension||c|
|The sociologist responded to the charge that his new theory was ______ by pointing out that it did not in fact contradict accepted sociological principles.||heretical||unproven||banal||complex||a|
|The ‘cosmic evolution theory’ suggests that the universe, having begun in a state of simplicity and ______ has ______ into a great variety.||equilibrium; modulated||contrast; metamorphosed||homogeneity; differentiated||proportion; accelerated||c|
|Many of the actresses were cold, even ______ towards their young, inexperienced director.||laudatory||hostile||commendatory||lukewarm||b|
|Mr. Green laboured ______ to reach the current stage.||lightly||rapidly||incessantly||rashly||c|
|Every single generation is a secret society and has ______ enthusiasms, interests, and tastes which are a/an ______ both to its predecessors and to posterity.||embarrassing; escape||hidden; inspiration||incommunicable; mystery||traditional; riddle||c|
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