Elitmus Sentence Completion Based on vocabulary Set 2

Elitmus Sentence Completion Based on vocabulary 2

Q1. Taking risks, breaking the rules, and being a maverick have always been important for companies, but today, they are ……………….

(a) more crucial than ever

(b) more crucial

(c) much more crucial

(d) very crucial

Q2. Physicians may soon have ……………to help paralyzed people move their limbs bypassing the ……..……nerves that once controlled their muscles.

(a) instruments, detrimental

(b) ways, damaged

(c) reason, involuntary

(d) impediments, complex

Q3. Indian intellectuals may boast if they are so inclined of being ……………… to the most elitist among the intellectual ……………………… of the world.

(a) subordinate, traditions

(b) heirs, cliques

(c) ancestors, societies

(d) heir, traditions

Q4. Observable as a tendency of our culture is a ……………… of ……………… psychoanalysis we no longer feel that it can solve our emotional problems.

(a) divergence, certainty about

(b) confrontation, enigmas in

(c) withdrawal, belief in

(d) defense, weaknesses in

Q5. Many people believed that spices help …………… food ; however nutritionists found that most spices were  …………. of having any effect on growth of microbes present in the food.

(a) preserve, incapable

(b) produce, impossible

(c) save, preventive

(d) spoil, probable

Q6. As the weekend finally rolled around, the city folk were only ……………  happy to settle down and laugh their cares ……………..

(a) so, on

(b) too, away

(c) extremely, off

(d) very, up

Q7. Science is a sort of news agency comparable……………………… to other news agencies.

(a) principally

(b) in principle

(c) in principally

(d) in spirit and formation

Q8. In an effort to provide ………….. for higher education to all, most of the universities have been providing education without adequate infrastructure, thus churning out ……….. graduates every year.

(a) chances, fresh

(b) platform, capable

(c) opportunities, unemployable

(d) prospects, eligible

Q9. Everyone will admit that swindling one’s fellow beings is a necessary practice;upon it is based the really sound commercial success formula……………………….

(a) sell what you cannot buy back

(b) buy what you will sell to another at a higher prices

(c) buy cheap and sell dear

(d) sell what you can, do not buy from a competitor.

Q10. Each occupation has its own ………….; bankers, lawyers and computer professionals, for example all use among themselves …………… that outsiders find difficult to follow.

(a) merits, incidents

(b) disadvantages, methods

(c) rewards, endearment

(d) jargon, language



Answers-
1. more crucial than ever
2. ways, damaged
3. heir, traditions
4. withdrawal, belief in
5. preserve, incapable
6. too, away
7. in principle
8. opportunities, unemployable
9. buy cheap and sell dear
10. jargon, language

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