Sentence Completion - Test-01

Pick out the most effective pair of words from the given pair of words to make the sentences meaning fully complete.


1. He warned the workers against supporting these anti-social policies, which he declared would ...... rather than ...... the plight of the common people.


2. He is so ...... that everyone is always ...... to help him in his work.


3. Though this is undoubtedly the greatest dictionary ever ...... , it is designed for scholars and research workers rather than for the ...... dictionary user.


4. We can ...... to travel by air, but we ...... train journey.


5. The planting of trees on the ...... of town and villages helps the ...... of a country.



6. We cannot ...... such a/an ...... act of violence.


7. This partly explains how the Mehta family has been able to ...... its lavish lifestyle in recent times, despite the fact that all its assets have been ......


8. The hot tropical climate created a climate of ...... and encouraged ......


9. Insurance companies are perfectly ...... of the greed some people show in ...... illnesses in order to get big settlements in the courts.


10. After careful ..... the thief ..... that he had committed the crime.


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