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Section 1-Verbal Ability 30 Questions-30 Minutes Antonym Directions : In each of the following antonym questions, a work printed in capital letters precedes five lettered words or phrases. From these five lettered words or phrases, pick the one most nearly opposite in meaning to the capitalized word. 1. PRODIGAL: (A) nomad(B) sycophant(C) gifted child(D) economical person(E) antagonist 2. ARTIFICE: Sentence Completion Directions : Each of the following sentence completion questions contains one or two blanks. These blanks signify that word or set or works has been left out. Below each sentence are five words or sets of words. For each blank, pick the word or set of words that best reflects the sentence's overall meaning. 3. The earth is a planet bathed in light; it is therefore ----- that many of the living organisms that have evolved on the earth have ----- the biologically advantageous capacity to trap light energy. 4. Relatively few politicians willingly forsake center stage, although a touch of --- on their parts now and again might well increase their popularity with the voting public. (A) garrulity (B) misanthropy (C) self-effacement (D) self-dramatization (E) self-doubt Analogy Directions: Each of the following analogy questions presents a related pair of words linked by a colon. Five lettered pairs of words follow the linked pair. Choose the lettered pair of words whose relationship is most like the relationship expressed in the original linked pair. 5. CIRCUITOUS : ROUTE :: (A) problematic : solution (B) devious : argument? (C) gullible : incredulous (D) enigmatic : dumbfounded (E) deferential : sycophantic Reading Comprehension Directions: Each of the following reading comprehension questions is based on the content of the following passage. Read the passage and then determine the best answer choice for each question. Base your choice on what this passage states directly or implies, not on any information you may have gained elsewhere. Jame's first novels used conventional narrative techniques: explicit characterization, action which related events in distinctly phased sequences, settings firmly outlined and specifically described. But this method gradually have way to a subtler, more deliberate, more diffuse style of accumulation of minutely discriminated details whose total significance the reader can grasp only by constant attention and sensitive inference. His later novels play down scenes of abrupt and prominent action, and do not so much offer a succession of sharp shocks as slow piecemeal additions of perception. The curtain is not suddenly drawn back from shrouded things, but is slowly moved away.
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  • Spring '17
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  • Plate Tectonics, Mid-ocean ridge, subduction zone, new lithospheric material, new lithosphere material

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