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Question: 1

The pursuit for ambition fills one with ------------ towards the task undertaken.

  1. Lethargy
  2. Conviction
  3. Apathy
  4. Enthusiasm
  5. Fervor

Correct Answer: B, D and E

Explanation:

The sentence here indicates the feelings that are generated by one's dedication towards a job. Thus, the first option, 'Lethargy' cannot be taken to be relevant as it means laziness or sluggish behavior. The second option, 'Conviction' is a correct answer as it refers to ones determination. The third option, 'Apathy' is also not suitable as it conveys the same meaning as the word lethargy. The last two options, 'Enthusiasm' and 'Fervor' are also the correct answers since they also refer to the positive energy and will that are generated in a person due to his dedication towards a job.

Question: 2

The attempt to be a jack of all trades can prove to be ------------ as one cannot master everything in this world.

  1. Favorable
  2. Catastrophic
  3. Propitious
  4. Miraculous
  5. Fortunate

Correct Answer: B

Explanation:

The options given for this sentence need to be analyzed carefully as most of them are wrong. The sentence is required to be completed using a word that refers to the harmful effects of being a jack of all trades. The hint for this word is provided in the second half of the sentence. Among all the given options, the second option, 'Catastrophic' corresponds to this description well and all the other options are the opposites of it. They all have positive connotations, while the sentence poses the requirement of a word with negative meanings.

Question: 3

The conjurers' supposedly 'magic' tricks leave all ----------- and amazed, but they are all illusions.

  1. Astounded
  2. Stupefied
  3. Dumfounded
  4. Bewildered
  5. Dazed

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

Explanation:

The sentence requires a word that has a meaning similar to the second part of its description using the word, 'amazed'; which refers to the feeling of surprise or astonishment. All the answer options in the list are synonymous to the word 'amazed' and thus are all correct answers.

Question: 4

Oceans and seas are the most ----------- type of highways, since there are no financial requirements posed for their upkeep and maintenance.

  1. Prudent
  2. Expensive
  3. Competitive
  4. Economical
  5. Nominal

Correct Answer: A, C, D and E

Explanation:

The given sentence describes seas and oceans as some kind of highways and the context in which they are described is financial. All the options given to complete the sentence are befitting to this description, but we require the words that refer to the low cost of maintenance (as conveyed by the latter half of the sentence). The options, 'Prudent', 'Competitive', 'Economical' and 'Nominal' are all appropriate options in this regards and the second option. 'Expensive' is the only inappropriate option.

Question: 5

For a child who loves sweets, there can be ---------------, but no hatred for any of them.

  1. Rejections
  2. Priorities
  3. Inclinations
  4. Preferences
  5. Disfavors

Correct Answer: B, C and D

Explanation:

The sentence refers to the attitude towards a certain object or class of objects, here- 'sweets', and this attitude is opposing to that of 'hatred'. We are required to pick out the options that refer to this positive attitude towards sweets, for a child. The first and the last options, 'Rejections' and 'Disfavors' are both are negative in their meanings; thus, the words, 'Priorities', 'Inclinations' and 'Preferences' are the most likely correct answer options.

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