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Verbal Ability and English Test 6
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Negative marks are -0.33 per wrong answer
Right answer is 1 mark
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Test series is based on following chapters.
Aptitude Chapter 1: Sentence Completion
Aptitude Chapter 1-A: Sentence Completion (20 Questions)
Q1: Virginia has not taken any comprehensive ___________ on transportation funding since ___________ the sales tax a half-cent in 1986.
. shape… moving
action … raising
Q2: To memorialize their loved ones, the ___________ are increasingly turning to personalization, and those in the funeral business are responding to the ___________ with a variety of tasteful customized products.
. bereaved … demand
Q3:While supporting publicly funded health care, Dr. Roberts, president of the National Orthopedic Association, hopes the case ___________ much needed debate.
Q4:Many athletes and celebrities demand payment for their signatures, and people are ___________ up to pay the price.
Q5: The overnight train from London to Edinburgh was an experience that reminded me how exciting that mode of ___________ can be, but how our fast-paced lives rarely ___________ the luxury of time to enjoy it.
. transportation… condone
. travel… afford
Q6: Mardex recently launched a line of broadband home networking products, ___________ wireless base stations and a five-port hub, ___________ targeting the home and home business.
. including… both
Q7:While smoking has declined steadily in Canada since 1965, the ___________ has not held true for girls and younger ___________.
trend … women
Q8:James Colin has ___________ his sound on numerous occasions throughout his career -- all the while ___________ a contemporary tone.
. revamped … maintaining
Q9:Long waiting ___________, it seems, have become a defining element of the heath-care system; and nowhere is it ___________ than in orthopedic surgery.
. . times … shabbier
. spots… better
Q10:At age 84, he is America's most listened-to radio ___________, and a ten million dollar-a-year ___________ will keep him busy into his 90s.
. announcer… indenture
Q11: In a fascinating book, science ___________ Sarah Helm ___________ there is far more to moths than meets the eye.
writer … reveals
Q12: Founded in 1976, the Benjamin Franklin Literary & Medical Society has become a leading ___________ of information on health and medicine for the general ___________.
source … public
Q13: The credibility of The Evening Guardian has made it a valuable ___________ for reaching medical consumers and for helping medical researchers obtain family ___________.
means … histories
. transducer… past
Q14:Six years ago this ___________, Asian leaders met in cold, rainy Vancouver to discuss the region's worsening financial ___________.
time … calamity
. moment… distress
week … crisis
Q15: Medical Update, a monthly newsletter that reports on epidemiological surveys and other ___________ of the society, is ___________ by this division.
stuffiness … elsewhere
. activities … published
Q16: A judge ___________ an Arizona woman to 60 days home detention for intercepting her husband's ex-wife's e-mail, saying the penalty is a warning to others who might be tempted to do ___________.
sentenced … the same
segregated… as well
Q17:In the magazine, national health surveys are taken to ___________ current research on topics such as cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and bipolar disorder.
Q18: Outside the courtroom, the lanky ___________ told TV cameras he now hoped to get a job as a computer security ___________ or programmer
teenager … consultant
Q19: A late rally on Wall Street after most European markets had closed set a positive tone in Europe, with higher-than-forecast ___________ again the main driver of gains.
Q20: The renaissance in farmers' markets began just ___________ 20 years ago in several places, ___________ them California and New York City.
over … among
. more than… between
above… some of
Q21: Net margins for grocery stores were sorely ___________, so a group of usually uncooperative supermarket executives joined ___________ with a few food manufacturers to come up with a system to automate checkout stands.
sagging … forces
Q22: As recently as the 1980s, production far outstripped ___________, and the government was paying dairy farmers $1 billion to thin their herds while it bought tons of ___________ cheese.
planning … unwanted
. demand … surplus
Q23: After Borden received ___________ in 1856 for producing concentrated milk in a vacuum, condensed milk became an important part of the dairy ___________.
an award… subject
. a copyright… field
a document… trade
a patent … industry
Q24: Tuberculosis kills 1.5 million people a year and nearly two billion people worldwide have ___________ tuberculosis infection, a massive potential reservoir for the ___________.
. latent … disease
. raging… affiliation
Q25: The ___________ multi-cellular creatures on earth, sponges are collections of loosely organized single cells with no true organs or ___________ .
simplest … tissues
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