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1. The former, too, has the great advantage that it can be brought into operation in a _________ manner and can prove its capabilities by trial.

  • A. Liberal
  • B. Progressive
  • C. Conservative
  • D. Growing
  • E. Tactical
Answer

B and D

The missing word is describing the method in which the subject of discussion can be brought into operation. All of the given words can be used to aptly describe this method. However, the correct answers will be B and D as the words, progressive and growing are the only synonyms in the given list of answer options.

2. It need not, and in the natural order of things would not, become an engine of _________ until it had shown itself capable of being also a means of reconstruction.

  • A. Destruction
  • B. Restoration
  • C. Subversion
  • D. Alteration
  • E. Rehabilitation
Answer

A and C

The subject of discussion need to prove that it is a means of reconstruction, therefore, placing words like restoration and rehabilitation would render the sentence illogical. Hence, B and E are clearly incorrect. A and C are the correct answers as out of the remaining three options, these two words mean nearly the same.

3. The _________ of approach to every problem is a fact of life which hits in the eye even the most sympathetic foreign observer.

  • A. Orderliness
  • B. Grunginess
  • C. Methodology
  • D. Angle
  • E. Slovenliness
Answer

B and E

The missing word has been used to describe the approach to problems in life. Each of the given words can be used to impart a logical meaning to the sentence by placing them in the blank. We need to choose two words that are similar in meaning so that placing either of them in the sentence would make the sentence convey the same meaning. This implies that B and E are the correct answers as they are the only words in the given list that carry the same meaning.

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