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Question:

Each sentence in the questions has two blanks, each blank indicates that something has been omitted. Below the sentence, five sets of words are given. Choose the set of words for each sentence that best fits into the meaning of the sentence as a whole.



In architecture, much more than in any of the other fine arts, there is a marked time lag between the ............... of ideas and their .............. in the shape of completed building.

Options:
A.settlement, fruition
B.creation, welcoming
C.tradition, modernization
D.dawn, practicability
E.emergence, application
Answer: Option E

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Question 1.

Each sentence in the questions has two blanks, each blank indicates that something has been omitted. Below the sentence, five sets of words are given. Choose the set of words for each sentence that best fits into the meaning of the sentence as a whole.



Hungarians may grumble about the difficulty of acquiring cars, but they point quickly to a compensation: the .............. look of their tree-lined avenues and the absence of .......... exhaust fumes.

Options:
  1.    calm, superfluous
  2.    otiose, poisonous
  3.    tranquil, copious      
  4.    anomalous, fetid
  5.    uncluttered, noxious
Answer: Option D
Question 2.

Each sentence in the questions has two blanks, each blank indicates that something has been omitted. Below the sentence, five sets of words are given. Choose the set of words for each sentence that best fits into the meaning of the sentence as a whole.



In spite of all ..........., in spite of penalties for examinees when cheaters were caught, there is evidence of the ...... of the rigid rules of external help on civil service tests.

Options:
  1.    threats, encompassment
  2.    surveillance, vulnerability
  3.    temptation, flouting
  4.    precautions, circumvention
  5.    discouragement, acceptance
Answer: Option C
Question 3.

Each sentence in the questions has two blanks, each blank indicates that something has been omitted. Below the sentence, five sets of words are given. Choose the set of words for each sentence that best fits into the meaning of the sentence as a whole.



Although there were ....... circumstances in this particular violation of the law, the judge ruled that there had to be strict ....... or there would be no law at all.

Options:
  1.    extraordinary complaisance
  2.    specific, obedience
  3.    tantalizing, adherence
  4.    extenuating, compliance
  5.    questionable, observation
Answer: Option D
Question 4.

Each sentence in the questions has two blanks, each blank indicates that something has been omitted. Below the sentence, five sets of words are given. Choose the set of words for each sentence that best fits into the meaning of the sentence as a whole.



In analyzing the ............ teen age population, Madison Avenue has decided that it is eminently receptive to the of advertising.

Options:
  1.    proliferating, buncombe
  2.    ubiquitous, mystique
  3.    diminishing, fantasy       
  4.    burgeoning, blandishments
  5.    viable, syndrome
Answer: Option A
Question 5.

Each sentence in the questions has two blanks, each blank indicates that something has been omitted. Below the sentence, five sets of words are given. Choose the set of words for each sentence that best fits into the meaning of the sentence as a whole.



No matter how ........ the Russians are of wish to appear, they, as well as we, know that to survive it is necessary to reach agreements which may ............. mutual sacrifices.

Options:
  1.    fatuous, necessitate
  2.    bellicose, evade
  3.    refractory, obliterate
  4.    indifferent, subsume
  5.    intransigent, entail
Answer: Option B
Question 6.

Each sentence in the questions has two blanks, each blank indicates that something has been omitted. Below the sentence, five sets of words are given. Choose the set of words for each sentence that best fits into the meaning of the sentence as a whole.



Into the limited space given him a headline writer must compress the ............. of the news and he must do it without ........ .

Options:
  1.    synopsis, reservations
  2.    gist, ambiguity
  3.    magnitude, distortion
  4.    totality, hedging
  5.    bias, apology
Answer: Option B