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GRE Practice: Sentence Equivalence GRE Practice Test 3


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Question: 1

The range and ------------ of human emotions is difficult to access.

  1. Excellence
  2. Attribute
  3. Merit
  4. Essence
  5. Class

Correct Answer: A, C, D and E

Explanation:

The sentence talks about the high quality of human emotions along with their range; thus, we are required to look for the words in the given list that complement the meaning of the word 'range' here. Out of all the given options, the second option, 'Attribute' is the only one that doesn't match the criterion as it refers to the features of a certain thing. All the rest options are suitable to the sentence and complete its meaning.

Question: 2

All that is done for pleasure today was done for ----------- purposes in the past centuries.

  1. Idealistic
  2. Utilitarian
  3. Suitable
  4. Pragmatic
  5. Worthwhile

Correct Answer: B, D and E

Explanation:

The sentence here is putting the today's and yester years' lifestyles. We are required to look for words that contrast the phrase 'done for pleasure'. The first option, 'Idealistic' is not appropriate as it refers to the achievement of a sense of idealism. The second option, 'Utilitarian' is a reference to the practical purposes for doing something. The third option, 'Suitable' generalizes the meaning conveyed by this part f the sentence and is thus not proper to be used. The last two options are perfectly suited as they refer to the practical and useful aspects of things.

Question: 3

The ------------- love for sweets is the test of a real sweets lover.

  1. Critical
  2. Heterogeneous
  3. Indiscriminating
  4. Selective
  5. Definite

Correct Answer: B and C

Explanation:

The sentence focuses on the traits of sweets lovers that they do not discriminate between the various types of sweets available in their love for them. The options, 'Critical', “Selective' and 'Definite' are quite opposite to the sense conveyed by the sentence; thus, cannot be used in it. The second and third options, 'Heterogeneous' and “Indiscriminating' are references to the unconditional liking for the delicacies and are therefore, the correct answers.

Question: 4

The heroes and heroines in our epics demonstrate larger than life and ------------ character traits.

  1. Ordinary
  2. Exceptional
  3. Customary
  4. Extraordinary
  5. Fantastic

Correct Answer: B, D and E

Explanation:

The sentence here describes the great and extra-mortal characteristics of the epic characters. We are required to look for the words that share their meaning with the phrase 'larger than life'. The words 'Exceptional', 'Extraordinary' and 'Fantastic' are the ones that suit this description the most; while the word 'Ordinary' is quite the opposite of it and the word 'Customary' refers to the common, day to day traits and things.

Question: 5

Democracy demands a ------------- about the will of the people before taking any important decisions.

  1. Dialogue
  2. Admonition
  3. Discussion
  4. Forewarning
  5. Consultation

Correct Answer: A, C and E

Explanation:

The sentence here discusses the traits of democracy, in which people's demands are considered before taking any kind of decision. The first option, 'Dialogue' refers to a kind of argument or conversation that is held to discuss such issues, so we can take it as a correct answer. The words, 'Admonition' and 'Forewarning' are cautionary words that are used in the English language to indicate warnings for some kind of future events; hence they are not proper to be used in this context. The other two words, 'Discussion' and 'Consultation' are perfectly suited to the meaning of this whole sentence and are thus, the correct answers like 'Dialogue'.

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