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  • The test is designed to check your current vocabulary levels and provide you an assessment of the same.
  • Directions for individual questions: Each of the sentences below has one or two blanks, each blank indicating that a word or set of words has been omitted. Beneath the sentence are five lettered words or sets of words. You are to choose the one word or set of words that, when inserted into the sentence, BEST fits in with the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

Sentence Completion (Level-1): Test-4

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Question 1
An act of justice closes the book on a misdeed; an act of vengeance _____.
is reprehensible
is sordid
reopens the first chapter
writes an epilogue
Question 1 Explanation: 
An act of vengeance relates to the 'beginning' of the misdeeds and thus reopens the first chapter. Look for a suitable complement in sentences split with a semicolon. When there is a semicolon in a sentence, one has to look for a logical complement like 'closes' to 'reopens'.
Question 2
Mahesh asked me to keep the secret about him getting married ________.
in myself
amongst us
between us
Question 2 Explanation: 
This is a question which basically tests whether you know when to use among and when to use between. Between is used when choice that involves two distinct words and in other cases, we prefer among. In this case, since the matter has to be kept between two individuals, we select option D.
Question 3
Sometimes the greatest inventions _______ an idea of starting simplicity.
stumbles upon
hinge upon
starves without
Question 3 Explanation: 
When you read the sentence, you realize it is a positive sentence that requires a positive sentiment. That sentiment is best reflected in option B, the only answer option that actually is positive in nature. ‘Hinge upon’ means depends upon.
Question 4
We have become such a ______ society that we do not wait for things to pan out and rather are quick to pronounce our judgements, good or bad, without giving issues and things the ______ they deserve.
volatile, consideration
erring, cerebration
fallible, perspective
twitchy, imagination
Question 4 Explanation: 
In this case, we need a pair of words that reflects we have become an impatient society that does not wait for pronouncing judgements and does not give sufficient thought or consideration to issues. This makes option A the apt choice in this case.
Question 5
The _______ of an entrepreneur forces him to produce a/an _____ product that is not only cost-effective but also extremely useful.
ingenuity, impressive
illogicality, ridiculous
eagerness, astonishing
brilliance, atrocious
Question 5 Explanation: 
The sentence requires two words that showcase the special qualities of an entrepreneur that help him produce a cost-effective and useful product. These two words are ingenuity (The power of creative imagination) and impressive. Here, brilliance is a close option too but ingenuity(creative thinking) complements an entrepreneur more.
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