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SAT Test Prep : Verbal Sentence Completion I


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1.

It is astonishing to see such extraordinary results from a mere _______.

  confidant

  connoisseur

  tyro

  glutton

  epicure

 
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2.

The Prime Ministers of the two countries did not reach any agreement at the summit because of their _______ attitudes.

  nefarious

  erudite

  obsequious

  obdurate

  archaic

 
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3.

Mahatma Gandhi always followed a peaceful and honest path because he strongly believed in non-violence and _______.

  prudence

  anarchy

  notoriety

  antagonism

  veracity

 
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4.

The river was _______ and changed its course after every downpour.

  impecunious

  stagnant

  antediluvian

  abstemious

  capricious

 
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5.

This movie is so _______ that anyone can predict the end.

  erudite

  prudent

  morbid

  trite

  terse

 
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6.

The school headmaster averred that he could _______ minor lies but could not pardon such _______ lie.

  extricate..a spurious

  emend..a dubious

  condone..an egregious

  amend..an expedient

  confound..an insipid

 
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7.

The sportscasters _______ his glorious victory at the international games and he was overjoyed with the _______ he received.

  denounced..awards

  acclaimed..accolades

  announced..accessories

  deplored..trophies

  applauded..artifacts

 
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