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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 words.
The universality of an art-work is supposed to reside in its (1) to carry its meaning across the limitation (2) by the place and time in which it was (3). But what, really, does this mean? Does an art-work become (4) when it means the same thing to everyone who experiences it, (5) everyone the same static meaning? Is this even possible, (6) the art-work is not a container that can be opened and the meaning lifted out? It is more (7) to a magic casket that no two people can open in exactly the same way; nor will they find (8) the same thing inside, because the meaning and (9) of a truly imaginative art-work are (10).

(1).  1) durability 2) ability 3) capacity 4) power

A.    durability B.    ability
C.    capacity D.    power
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The universality of an art-work is supposed to reside in its (1) to carry its meaning across the limitation (2) by the place and time in which it was (3). But what, really, does this mean? Does an art-work become (4) when it means the same thing to everyone who experiences it, (5) everyone the same static meaning? Is this even possible, (6) the art-work is not a container that can be opened and the meaning lifted out? It is more (7) to a magic casket that no two people can open in exactly the same way; nor will they find (8) the same thing inside, because the meaning and (9) of a truly imaginative art-work are (10).

(2).  1) erased 2) presided 3) imposed 4) presented

A.    erased B.    presided
C.    imposed D.    presented
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The universality of an art-work is supposed to reside in its (1) to carry its meaning across the limitation (2) by the place and time in which it was (3). But what, really, does this mean? Does an art-work become (4) when it means the same thing to everyone who experiences it, (5) everyone the same static meaning? Is this even possible, (6) the art-work is not a container that can be opened and the meaning lifted out? It is more (7) to a magic casket that no two people can open in exactly the same way; nor will they find (8) the same thing inside, because the meaning and (9) of a truly imaginative art-work are (10).

(3).  1) created 2) conceived 3) planned 4) restored

A.    created B.    conceived
C.    planned D.    restored
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The universality of an art-work is supposed to reside in its (1) to carry its meaning across the limitation (2) by the place and time in which it was (3). But what, really, does this mean? Does an art-work become (4) when it means the same thing to everyone who experiences it, (5) everyone the same static meaning? Is this even possible, (6) the art-work is not a container that can be opened and the meaning lifted out? It is more (7) to a magic casket that no two people can open in exactly the same way; nor will they find (8) the same thing inside, because the meaning and (9) of a truly imaginative art-work are (10).

(4).  1) practised 2) emphasised 3) appealing 4) universal

A.    practised B.    emphasised
C.    appealing D.    universal
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The universality of an art-work is supposed to reside in its (1) to carry its meaning across the limitation (2) by the place and time in which it was (3). But what, really, does this mean? Does an art-work become (4) when it means the same thing to everyone who experiences it, (5) everyone the same static meaning? Is this even possible, (6) the art-work is not a container that can be opened and the meaning lifted out? It is more (7) to a magic casket that no two people can open in exactly the same way; nor will they find (8) the same thing inside, because the meaning and (9) of a truly imaginative art-work are (10).

(5).  1) directing 2) supplying 3) forwarding 4) offering

A.    directing B.    supplying
C.    forwarding D.    offering
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The universality of an art-work is supposed to reside in its (1) to carry its meaning across the limitation (2) by the place and time in which it was (3). But what, really, does this mean? Does an art-work become (4) when it means the same thing to everyone who experiences it, (5) everyone the same static meaning? Is this even possible, (6) the art-work is not a container that can be opened and the meaning lifted out? It is more (7) to a magic casket that no two people can open in exactly the same way; nor will they find (8) the same thing inside, because the meaning and (9) of a truly imaginative art-work are (10).

(6).  1) for 2) as 3) then 4) since

A.    for B.    as
C.    then D.    since
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The universality of an art-work is supposed to reside in its (1) to carry its meaning across the limitation (2) by the place and time in which it was (3). But what, really, does this mean? Does an art-work become (4) when it means the same thing to everyone who experiences it, (5) everyone the same static meaning? Is this even possible, (6) the art-work is not a container that can be opened and the meaning lifted out? It is more (7) to a magic casket that no two people can open in exactly the same way; nor will they find (8) the same thing inside, because the meaning and (9) of a truly imaginative art-work are (10).

(7).  1) akin 2) depending 3) suitable 4) matchable

A.    akin B.    depending
C.    suitable D.    matchable
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The universality of an art-work is supposed to reside in its (1) to carry its meaning across the limitation (2) by the place and time in which it was (3). But what, really, does this mean? Does an art-work become (4) when it means the same thing to everyone who experiences it, (5) everyone the same static meaning? Is this even possible, (6) the art-work is not a container that can be opened and the meaning lifted out? It is more (7) to a magic casket that no two people can open in exactly the same way; nor will they find (8) the same thing inside, because the meaning and (9) of a truly imaginative art-work are (10).

(8).  1) any 2) minutely 3) precisely 4) basically

A.    any B.    minutely
C.    precisely D.    basically
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The universality of an art-work is supposed to reside in its (1) to carry its meaning across the limitation (2) by the place and time in which it was (3). But what, really, does this mean? Does an art-work become (4) when it means the same thing to everyone who experiences it, (5) everyone the same static meaning? Is this even possible, (6) the art-work is not a container that can be opened and the meaning lifted out? It is more (7) to a magic casket that no two people can open in exactly the same way; nor will they find (8) the same thing inside, because the meaning and (9) of a truly imaginative art-work are (10).

(9).  1) symbol 2) magnitude 3) explanation 4) mystery

A.    symbol B.    magnitude
C.    explanation D.    mystery
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The universality of an art-work is supposed to reside in its (1) to carry its meaning across the limitation (2) by the place and time in which it was (3). But what, really, does this mean? Does an art-work become (4) when it means the same thing to everyone who experiences it, (5) everyone the same static meaning? Is this even possible, (6) the art-work is not a container that can be opened and the meaning lifted out? It is more (7) to a magic casket that no two people can open in exactly the same way; nor will they find (8) the same thing inside, because the meaning and (9) of a truly imaginative art-work are (10).

(10).  1) inexhaustible 2) deplorable 3) typical 4) hilarious

A.    inexhaustible B.    deplorable
C.    typical D.    hilarious
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