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Page 8 of 11 Answer to Question 1 in Context: It is refreshing to read a book about our planet by an author who does not allow facts to be overshadowedby politics: Text Completion Question 2. Vain and prone to violence, Caravaggio could not handle success: the more his BLANK as an artist increased, the more BLANK his life became. Answer choices for question 2. Blank 1 Blank 2 temperance tumultuous notoriety providential eminence dispassionate
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document Page 9 of 11 Answer to Question 2 in Context: Vain and prone to violence, Caravaggio could not handle success: the more his eminence as an artist increased, the more tumultuous his life became. Text Completion Question 3. The author’s BLANKstyle renders a fascinating subject, the role played by luck in everyday life, extraordinarily BLANKAnswer choices for question 3. Blank 1 Blank 2 soporific pedantic lucid tedious colloquial opaque . Answer to Question 3 in Context: The author’s soporific style renders a fascinating subject, the role played by luck in everyday life, extraordinarily tedious .
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document Page 10 of 11 Text Completion Question 4. From the outset, the concept of freedom of the seas from the proprietary claims of nations was challenged by a contrary notion—that of the BLANK of the oceans for reasons of national security and profit. A. promotion B. exploration C. surveying D. conservation E. appropriation Answer: E. appropriation Answer to Question 4 in Context: From the outset, the concept of freedom of the seas from the proprietary claims of nations was challenged by a contrary notion—that of the appropriation of the oceans for reasons of national security and profit. S entence Equivalence Questions Sentence Equivalence questions consist of a single sentence, one blank, and six answer choices. These questions require the examinee to select two of the answer choices. The examinee receives no credit for partially correct answers. Sample Sentence Equivalence Questions Directions: Select the two answer choices that, when used to complete the sentence, fit the meaning of the sentence as a whole and produce completed sentences that are alike in meaning.
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document Page 11 of 11 1. Although it does contain some pioneering ideas, one would hardly characterize the work as BLANK . 2. The corporation expects only BLANKincreases in sales next year despite a yearlong effort to revive its retailing business.
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