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1.Although the valiant explorer tried for years toreach the South Pole, his -------- was neverrewarded.a.mendacityb.tenacityc.huskyd.predicamente.sport2.Ms. Pearson’s rule was that a boor would not beallowed at her salon; likewise, any person of-------- manner could be admitted.a.illicitb.toughc.prettyd.genteele.atrocious3.Callie thought her cousin Amanda was the most -------- girl she had ever met; in other words, shefound Amanda the height of sophistication.a.braveb.genuinec.urbaned.benevolente.erudite4.As a result of the candidate’s -------- replies toher opponent in the debate, the conservativenewspaper wrote a scathing review of herperformance.a.deferentialb.contumeliousc.formulaicd.systematice.diaphanous5.Mr. Castle thought himself a -------- conversa-tionalist, as he always had something to say; butothers just thought him --------.a.consummate .. garrulousb.copious .. coweringc.veritable .. utopiand.stolid .. masterfule.invincible .. pliable6.McCafferty was widely praised for his wartimeheroism, but many found his efforts on behalf ofthe environment similarly --------.a.naïveb.tritec.acmed.vivaciouse.laudable7.Some manufacturers have found a simple way tosecure repeat customers, namely planned -------- for their products.a.conciliationb.belligerencec.obsolescenced.utopiae.parity8.The fact that people seldom understood whatFrances meant was due to her -------- way ofexpressing herself.a.crypticb.contrabandc.obedientd.mediocree.nominalTHE SAT CRITICAL READING SECTION49
9.Although James took his physician’s advice andmoved to Miami to take advantage of the --------effects of a warm climate, his health did notimprove.a.noxiousb.innocuousc.salubriousd.mawkishe.inadvertent10.Charles was the -------- of fitness; therefore, thecoach -------- him from running laps.a.extension .. forbadeb.epitome .. exemptedc.insurance .. prohibitedd.nihilist .. preemptede.clinician .. nominated11.Staying in bed for months had several effects onHillary; for example,-------- and weakness.a.fortitudeb.incandescencec.lacerationd.ridiculee.pallor12.Sometimes, a(n) -------- nature can lead tostress.a.fastidiousb.slovenlyc.easygoingd.savoir-faree.queasy13.Coyotes had killed three of Chester’s sheep; how-ever, he bore them no --------.

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