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1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 10) : In the following passage there are blanks. each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each four words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
About two-and-a-half years (1) when Carlos Salinos passed the presidential (2) to Ernesto Zedillo in Mexico City. Salinos and his country seemed to be on a (3). Within a tew weeks. (4), the peso lost half its (5): within a few months. Salinos was forced into (6) in the United States. Foreign businesses. governments and investors were caught off (7). largely because of shortcomings in the way they (8) political risk. ITie investment Community. (9) to the readily commensurable world of economic values. (10) to equatequalification with objectivity.

(1).  1) advanced  2) era  3) ago  4) hence

A.    advanced B.    era
C.    ago D.    hence
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About two-and-a-half years (1) when Carlos Salinos passed the presidential (2) to Ernesto Zedillo in Mexico City. Salinos and his country seemed to be on a (3). Within a tew weeks. (4), the peso lost half its (5): within a few months. Salinos was forced into (6) in the United States. Foreign businesses. governments and investors were caught off (7). largely because of shortcomings in the way they (8) political risk. ITie investment Community. (9) to the readily commensurable world of economic values. (10) to equatequalification with objectivity.

(2).  1) baton 2)cards 3) livery 4) sash

A.    baton B.    cards
C.    livery D.    sash
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3 .

About two-and-a-half years (1) when Carlos Salinos passed the presidential (2) to Ernesto Zedillo in Mexico City. Salinos and his country seemed to be on a (3). Within a tew weeks. (4), the peso lost half its (5): within a few months. Salinos was forced into (6) in the United States. Foreign businesses. governments and investors were caught off (7). largely because of shortcomings in the way they (8) political risk. ITie investment Community. (9) to the readily commensurable world of economic values. (10) to equatequalification with objectivity.

(3).  1) hat-trick 2) roller-coaster 3) glide 4) roll

A.    hat-trick B.    roller-coaster
C.    glide D.    roll
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About two-and-a-half years (1) when Carlos Salinos passed the presidential (2) to Ernesto Zedillo in Mexico City. Salinos and his country seemed to be on a (3). Within a tew weeks. (4), the peso lost half its (5): within a few months. Salinos was forced into (6) in the United States. Foreign businesses. governments and investors were caught off (7). largely because of shortcomings in the way they (8) political risk. ITie investment Community. (9) to the readily commensurable world of economic values. (10) to equatequalification with objectivity.

(4).  1) especialiy 2) however 3) still 4) now

A.    especialiy B.    however
C.    still D.    now
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About two-and-a-half years (1) when Carlos Salinos passed the presidential (2) to Ernesto Zedillo in Mexico City. Salinos and his country seemed to be on a (3). Within a tew weeks. (4), the peso lost half its (5): within a few months. Salinos was forced into (6) in the United States. Foreign businesses. governments and investors were caught off (7). largely because of shortcomings in the way they (8) political risk. ITie investment Community. (9) to the readily commensurable world of economic values. (10) to equatequalification with objectivity.

(5).  1) weight 2) size 3) dream 4) value

A.    weight B.    size
C.    dream D.    value
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6 .

About two-and-a-half years (1) when Carlos Salinos passed the presidential (2) to Ernesto Zedillo in Mexico City. Salinos and his country seemed to be on a (3). Within a tew weeks. (4), the peso lost half its (5): within a few months. Salinos was forced into (6) in the United States. Foreign businesses. governments and investors were caught off (7). largely because of shortcomings in the way they (8) political risk. ITie investment Community. (9) to the readily commensurable world of economic values. (10) to equatequalification with objectivity.

(6).  1) land 2) sea 3) death 4) exile

A.    land B.    sea
C.    death D.    exile
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7 .

About two-and-a-half years (1) when Carlos Salinos passed the presidential (2) to Ernesto Zedillo in Mexico City. Salinos and his country seemed to be on a (3). Within a tew weeks. (4), the peso lost half its (5): within a few months. Salinos was forced into (6) in the United States. Foreign businesses. governments and investors were caught off (7). largely because of shortcomings in the way they (8) political risk. ITie investment Community. (9) to the readily commensurable world of economic values. (10) to equatequalification with objectivity.

(7).  1) beat 2) spin 3) napping 4) uuard

A.    beat B.    spin
C.    napping D.    uuard
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8 .

About two-and-a-half years (1) when Carlos Salinos passed the presidential (2) to Ernesto Zedillo in Mexico City. Salinos and his country seemed to be on a (3). Within a tew weeks. (4), the peso lost half its (5): within a few months. Salinos was forced into (6) in the United States. Foreign businesses. governments and investors were caught off (7). largely because of shortcomings in the way they (8) political risk. ITie investment Community. (9) to the readily commensurable world of economic values. (10) to equatequalification with objectivity.

(8).  1) accrue 2) enhance 3) evaluate 4) enumerate

A.    accrue B.    enhance
C.    evaluate D.    enumerate
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About two-and-a-half years (1) when Carlos Salinos passed the presidential (2) to Ernesto Zedillo in Mexico City. Salinos and his country seemed to be on a (3). Within a tew weeks. (4), the peso lost half its (5): within a few months. Salinos was forced into (6) in the United States. Foreign businesses. governments and investors were caught off (7). largely because of shortcomings in the way they (8) political risk. ITie investment Community. (9) to the readily commensurable world of economic values. (10) to equatequalification with objectivity.

(9).  1) fixed 2) enthralled 3) enslaved 4) accustomed

A.    fixed B.    enthralled
C.    enslaved D.    accustomed
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About two-and-a-half years (1) when Carlos Salinos passed the presidential (2) to Ernesto Zedillo in Mexico City. Salinos and his country seemed to be on a (3). Within a tew weeks. (4), the peso lost half its (5): within a few months. Salinos was forced into (6) in the United States. Foreign businesses. governments and investors were caught off (7). largely because of shortcomings in the way they (8) political risk. ITie investment Community. (9) to the readily commensurable world of economic values. (10) to equatequalification with objectivity.

(10).  1) Willing 2) wills 3) mistaking 4) tends

A.    Willing B.    wills
C.    mistaking D.    tends
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