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Question: 1

It is very difficult to label a single person as guilty when there is --------------- and deterioration in the entire system.

  1. Decadence
  2. Corrosion
  3. Perversion
  4. Decency
  5. Degeneration

Correct Answer: A, B, C and E

Explanation:

The blank in this sentence requires to be filled with words that are synonymous or compliment the meaning of the word 'deterioration' in the second part of it. The first option in the list, 'Decadence' is synonymous to it, but the second one, 'Corrosion' is not a clear reference to the sense that is expected to be conveyed. The word, 'Corrosion' refers to the oxidizing of metals and depleting due to it and is metaphorically used to talk about the depletion of something. Thus, it can be a correct answer. The third and the last options, 'Perversion' and 'Degeneration' are clear synonyms but the fourth option is an outright opposite to it. Thus, it is not among the correct answers.

Question: 2

As are seed and soil to a plant, the similar ------------ do nature and nurture bear on a child's growth.

  1. Impedance
  2. Bearings
  3. Influences
  4. Restriction
  5. Predominance

Correct Answer: B, C and E

Explanation:

The sentence needs to be completed with the use of a word that can describe the relation of the first and the second halves of the sentence that they have with each other. The first option, 'Impedance' is inappropriate as it cannot describe their relation properly. The second and third options, 'Bearings' and 'Influences' are correct as they are complimenting their relation well. The fourth option is again incorrect and the last option, 'Predominance' is again a correct answer.

Question: 3

In the simplest terms, corruption can be defined as moral ------------- and using bribes to influence others.

  1. Depravity
  2. Lewdness
  3. Benevolence
  4. Profligacy
  5. Effacement

Correct Answer: A, B and D

Explanation:

The sentence is defining corruption, and we are required to give a noun that describes an aspect of it. The options, 'Benevolence' and 'Effacement' are wrong as they are positive words and complete opposites of the term. The other three options, 'Depravity', 'Lewdness' and 'Profligacy' are properly suited to the meaning required and are thus the correct answers.

Question: 4

With the rising cost of technological ------------, the services meant to provide enlightenment to the masses are fast becoming slaves to big money.

  1. Array
  2. Paraphernalia
  3. Gear
  4. Apparatus
  5. Munitions

Correct Answer: B and D

Explanation:

The sentence here requires to be completed using the proper words for technological machinery, the rising cost of which has made the informative fields, slave to money. The first option, 'Array' is not appropriate as it is a term used to describe apparel varieties. The second option, 'Paraphernalia' is correct as it is suitable to the technological reference. The third and the fifth options are not suitable as the word, 'Gear' is again a reference to garment varieties and is an informally used word; the word, 'Munitions' is a reference to arms and artillery, so cannot be used here. The fourth option, 'Apparatus' is again a correct answer.

Question: 5

Each and every sector of the economy has privatization ---------------- into it.

  1. Barging
  2. Insinuating
  3. Suffusing
  4. Penetrating
  5. Infiltrating

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

Explanation:

The sentence presented here discusses the influence of privatization on various sectors of the economy. As per the description, all the options given; 'Barging', 'Insinuating', 'Suffusing', 'Penetrating' and 'Infiltrating' are appropriate to be used in the blank in the sentence.

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