1.The newly-opened restaurant at the Distric Centre____________to the tastes of people from all walks of life and one is likely to find an____________ group there.
a) appeals, archetypal
2.Sunita had___________been out of the hospital_________she slipped and fractured her arm.
a) hardly, when
b) just, as
c) well, and
d) then, when
3.Physicians may soon have _______ to help paralysed people move their limbs bypassing the _______ nerves that once
controlled their muscles.
b) ways, damaged
c) reason, involuntary
4.Compromise is___________to passionate natures because it seems to surrender, and to intellectual natures it seems a _________________.
5.We must try to understand his momentary_______for he has____________ more strain and anxiety than any among us.
6.The Internet is a medium where the users have nearly _______ choices and _______ constraints about where to go and what to do.
7.A new law has been passed stating that no actor would be
allowed to shoot beyond twelve hours in a day and those who_____________ this norm would henceforth be____________for it.
a) followed, punished
b) accompanied, reprimanded
d) defied, applauded
8.The government claims that___________in the telecommunications industry will mean lower prices for customers.
9.A parable is a story with a moral, the story being_______________ of the underlying moral.
10.Education is central because electronic networks and software-driven technologies are beginning to _______the economic barriers between the nations.
a) break down