Test: Text Completion- 1


15 Questions MCQ Test Section-wise Tests for GRE | Test: Text Completion- 1


Description
This mock test of Test: Text Completion- 1 for GRE helps you for every GRE entrance exam. This contains 15 Multiple Choice Questions for GRE Test: Text Completion- 1 (mcq) to study with solutions a complete question bank. The solved questions answers in this Test: Text Completion- 1 quiz give you a good mix of easy questions and tough questions. GRE students definitely take this Test: Text Completion- 1 exercise for a better result in the exam. You can find other Test: Text Completion- 1 extra questions, long questions & short questions for GRE on EduRev as well by searching above.
QUESTION: 1

Much of the consumer protection movement is predicated on the notion that routine exposure to seemingly _______________ products can actually have long-term deleterious consequences.

Solution:
QUESTION: 2

For a writer with a reputation for both prolixity and inscrutability, Thompson, in this slim collection of short stories, may finally be intent on making his ideas more ________________ to a readership looking for quick edification.

Solution:
QUESTION: 3

Rubens, for all his high-flown rhetoric, churns out book reviews that have come to seem _______________: from decades of critiquing other’s prose, he now relies on a familiar and tired formula.

Solution:
QUESTION: 4

The flood of innovation that has engendered many of last decade’s technological breakthroughs has also claimed some victims in its wake: companies once at the (i) ___________________ of such innovation have now become (ii) ___________________.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (i)

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

The flood of innovation that has engendered many of last decade’s technological breakthroughs has also claimed some victims in its wake: companies once at the (i) ___________________ of such innovation have now become (ii) ___________________.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (ii)

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

That traditional forms of media—despite considerable variance in the quality of writing—tend to report on a range of issues (i) _________________ by the demands of the readership should (ii) ________________ those who believe that the demise of each media outlet signals a lamentable reduction in the scope of news reported.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (i)

Solution:
QUESTION: 7

That traditional forms of media—despite considerable variance in the quality of writing—tend to report on a range of issues (i) _________________ by the demands of the readership should (ii) ________________ those who believe that the demise of each media outlet signals a lamentable reduction in the scope of news reported.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (ii)

Solution:
QUESTION: 8

Keane argues that the political conditions during the early years of the United States were, if anything, (i) _________________ to the formation of a nation united by one document: the Constitution. Rather, had it not been for a few men—Keane invokes the triumvirate of Jefferson, Hamilton, and Madison—to (ii) _________________ the Constitution, despite the seemingly implacable opposition of anti-Federalists, the central government would have had to (iii) _________________ matters of rule to the individual states.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (i)

Solution:
QUESTION: 9

Keane argues that the political conditions during the early years of the United States were, if anything, (i) _________________ to the formation of a nation united by one document: the Constitution. Rather, had it not been for a few men—Keane invokes the triumvirate of Jefferson, Hamilton, and Madison—to (ii) _________________ the Constitution, despite the seemingly implacable opposition of anti-Federalists, the central government would have had to (iii) _________________ matters of rule to the individual states.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (ii)

Solution:
QUESTION: 10

Keane argues that the political conditions during the early years of the United States were, if anything, (i) _________________ to the formation of a nation united by one document: the Constitution. Rather, had it not been for a few men—Keane invokes the triumvirate of Jefferson, Hamilton, and Madison—to (ii) _________________ the Constitution, despite the seemingly implacable opposition of anti-Federalists, the central government would have had to (iii) _________________ matters of rule to the individual states.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (iii)

Solution:
QUESTION: 11

With numerous exciting public works projects in the offing, residents are understandably (i) _______________ ; yet because such prodigious undertakings are inevitably plagued with numerous setbacks, much of the fervor is likely to be (ii) _________________ a heavy dose of reality.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (i)

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

With numerous exciting public works projects in the offing, residents are understandably (i) _______________ ; yet because such prodigious undertakings are inevitably plagued with numerous setbacks, much of the fervor is likely to be (ii) _________________ a heavy dose of reality.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (ii)

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

For an actor who prepares so (i) _______________ for each role, the characters he chooses to portray are  (ii) _______________; nonetheless even the most nebbish persona he depicts on screen always appears on the verge of a(n) (iii) _______________, as though the actor’s suppressed agitation is ready to burst forth.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (i)

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

For an actor who prepares so (i) _______________ for each role, the characters he chooses to portray are  (ii) _______________; nonetheless even the most nebbish persona he depicts on screen always appears on the verge of a(n) (iii) _______________, as though the actor’s suppressed agitation is ready to burst forth.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (ii)

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

For an actor who prepares so (i) _______________ for each role, the characters he chooses to portray are  (ii) _______________; nonetheless even the most nebbish persona he depicts on screen always appears on the verge of a(n) (iii) _______________, as though the actor’s suppressed agitation is ready to burst forth.

Q. Appropriate word for blank (iii)

Solution:

Related tests