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CAT Sample Question Papers Downloads Verbal Section : Sentence Completion Sample Questions
Directions:

Each sentence below has one or two blanks. Each blank shows that something has been omitted. Under each sentence five words are given as choice. Choose the one correct word for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentences as a whole.

•  The fact that the- of confrontation is no longer as popular as it once was - procatss in race relations.

•  insidiousness - reiterates

•  practice - inculcates

•  glimmer - foreshadows

•  technique - presages

•  reticence - indicates

Ans : D

•  A child should not be - as being either very shy or over - agcatssive.

•  categorized

•  instructed

•  intoned

•  distracted

•  refrained

Ans : A

•  President Anwar el - Sadat of Egypt , disregarding - criticism in the Alab world and in his own Government, - accepted prime minister Menahem Begin's invitation to visit Israel in order to address the Israeli parliament.

•  acrimonious - formally

•  blemished - stiffly

•  categorical - previously

•  malignant - plaintively

•  charismatic - meticulously

Ans : A

•  In his usual - manner, he had insured himself against this type of loss.

•  pensive

•  providential

•  indifferent

•  circumspect

•  caustic

Ans : D

•  We never believed that he would resort to - in order to achieve his goal; we always regarded him as a - man.

•  charm - insincere

•  necromancy - pietistic

•  logic - honorable

•  prestidigitation - articulate

•  subterfuge - honest

Ans : E

•  The Sociologist responded to the charge that her new theory was - by pointing out that it did not in fact contradict accepted sociological principles.

•  unproven

•  banal

•  superficial

•  complex

•  heretical

Ans : E

•  Despite assorted effusion to the contrary, there is no necessary link between scientific skill and humanism, and quite possibly, there may be something of a - between them.

•  dichotomy

•  congruity

•  reciprocity

•  fusion

•  generosity

Ans : E

•  The most technologically advanced societies have been responsible for the catatest - indeed savagery seems to be indirect proposition to -

•  inventions - know-how

•  wars - viciousness

•  triumphs - civilizations

•  atrocities - development

•  catastrophes - ill-will

Ans : D

•  Ironically, the party leaders encountered no catater - their efforts to build as Procatssive Party than the - of the procatssive already elected to the legislature.

•  obstacle to - resistance

•  support for - advocacy

•  praise for - reputation

•  threat to - promise

•  benefit - success

Ans : A

•  The simplicity of the theory - its main attraction - is also its - for only by - the assumptions of the theory is it possible to explain the most recent observations made by researchers.

•  glory - rejecting

•  liability - accepting

•  undoing - supplementing

•  downfall - considering

•  virtue - qualifying

Ans : C

•  That the Third Battalion's fifty percent casually rate transformed its assault on Hill 306 from a brilliant stratagem into a debacle does not - eyewitness reports of its commander's extra-ordinary - in deploying his forces.

•  invalidate - brutality

•  gainsay - cleverness

•  underscore - ineptitude

•  justify - rapidity

•  corroborate -determination

Ans : B

•  No longer - by the belief that the world around us was expressly designed for humanity, many people try to find intellectual - for that lost certainty in astrology and in mysticism.

•  satisfied - reasons

•  reassured - justifications

•  restricted - parallels

•  sustained - substitutes

•  hampered - equivalents

Ans : D

•  In eighth-century Japan , people who - wasteland were rewarded with official ranks as part of an effort to overcome the shortage of - fields.

•  cultivated - domestic

•  located - desirable

•  conserved - forested

•  reclaimed - arable

•  irrigated - accessible.

Ans : D

•  Clearly refuting sceptics, researchers have - not only that gravitational radiation exists but that it also does exactly what the theory- it should do.

•  assumed - deducted

•  estimated - accepted

•  supposed - asserted

•  doubted - warranted

•  demonstrated - predicted.

Ans : E

•  Melodramas, which presented stark oppositions between innocence and criminality, virtue and corruption, good and evil, were popular precisely because they offered the audience a world - of -

•  deprived - polarity

•  full - circumstantiality

•  bereft - theatricality

•  devoid - neutrality

•  composed - adversity.

Ans : D

•  Sponsors of the bill were-because there was no opposition to it within the legislative, until after the measure had been signed into law.

•  well-intentioned

•  persistent

•  detained

•  unreliable

•  relieved.

Ans : B

•  Ecology, like economics, concerns itself with the movement of valuable - through a complex network of producers and consumers.

•  nutrients

•  dividends

•  communications

•  artifacts

•  commodities.

Ans : C

•  Having fully embraced the belief that government by persuasion is preferable to government by - the leaders of the movement have recently - most of their previous statements supporting totalitarianism.

•  proclamation - codified

•  coercion - repudiated

•  participation - moderated

•  intimidation - issued

•  demonstration - deliberated.

Ans : B

•  It would be difficult for one so - to be led to believe that all men are equal and that we must disregard race, color and creed.

•  tolerant

•  democratic

•  broadminded

•  emotional

•  intolerant.

Ans : E

•  Many philosophers agree that the verbal aggression of profanity in certain redical newspapers is not - or childish, but an assault on - essential to the revolutionary's purpose.

•  insolent - sociability

•  trivial - decorum

•  belligerent - fallibility

•  serious - propriety

•  deliberate - affectation.

Ans : B