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Question: 1

Even though the surface of the ocean seems smooth, as we look at it, it is --------- at the floor.

  1. Disproportionate
  2. Unequal
  3. Asymmetrical
  4. Irregular
  5. Unsteady

Correct Answer: A and C

Explanation:

The blank here has to be filled by the word that is opposite to the word 'smooth' given in the earlier part of the sentence. The first option, 'Disproportionate' is relevant because it refers to the not so smooth surface of the ocean floor. When we look at the second option, 'Unequal', it conveys a sense of measures and weights. The third option, 'Asymmetrical' is again relevant because it refers to the lack of symmetry at the ocean's depths. The fourth and fifth options convey a sense of unevenness in movement and not surface, so we cannot take them as the correct answers.

Question: 2

Inventing something new can prove to be an ----------- deal, as one might have to borrow loans also for completing the undertaken projects.

  1. Fancy
  2. Expensive
  3. Lavish
  4. Exorbitant
  5. Reasonable

Correct Answer: B and D

Explanation:

The sentence here refers to the financial aspects related to the invention of new things. One can find a hint, for the proper entries in the blank, in the second part of the sentence where the need of taking loans has been mentioned. Thus, we are talking about the high expenditure caused in inventing new things. Hence, the words, 'Expensive' and 'Exorbitant' are the most appropriate options. The word 'Fancy' is a bit undermining in its delivered sense, 'Lavish' refers to the extravagance on the part of someone and the word 'Reasonable' conveys the opposite meaning; so they cannot be the correct answers.

Question: 3

The most ------------ icebergs on earth, as per their size, can be found in the Antarctic Ocean.

  1. Gross
  2. Mountainous
  3. Mammoth
  4. Enormous
  5. Titanic

Correct Answer: A, B, C, D and E

Explanation:

The sentence discusses the large size of the icebergs in the Antarctic Ocean. All the options here are suitable. The first, second and fourth options are straight references to the large size of the icebergs, where as the third and the fifth options, 'Mammoth' and 'Titanic' are metaphors of the big size of the icebergs found in the Antarctic Ocean.

Question: 4

With no plants to use as food in deepest seas, there goes on a --------- among the animals there to survive upon each other.

  1. Trail
  2. Mission
  3. Pursuit
  4. Voyage
  5. Expedition

Correct Answer: A and C

Explanation:

This sentence requires clear understanding of the meaning conveyed by the sentence, so as to fill the blank in it. The blank demands a word that describes the struggle between the animals found in the greatest depths of the sea. The first option, 'Trail' and the third one, 'Pursuit' conveys the meaning completely, whereas the second option, 'Mission' refers to some kind of search, thus is not the correct option. The last two words in the list refer to journeys that are undertaken to find out more about something. Therefore, they are not the correct answers.

Question: 5

Many people have lost their lives in their attempts to solve the ------------- surrounding the life under the sea's surface.

  1. Absurdities
  2. Enigma
  3. Difficulties
  4. Perplexities
  5. Mysteries

Correct Answer: A, B, D and E

Explanation:

The hint in this sentence can be the word 'solve' which refers to some kind of riddle being answered. The first option and the second options, 'Absurdities' and 'Enigma' refer to the mysteries and questions related to something, so are suitable to the demands of the sentence. The third option, 'Difficulties' is not entirely conveying the meaning and is a rather rough description of it so we can't take it to be a possible answer option. The last two options are also relevant to the meaning of the sentence and are thus the correct answer options.

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