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Choose the word or set of words for each blank in the following questions that best fits the

meaning of the sentence. 1. In one shocking instance of .... research, one of the nationss most influential researchers in the field of genetics reported on experiments that were never carried out and published deliberately ...... scientific papers on his nonexistent work. (1) comprehensive, abstract ( ) theoretical, challenging (!) fraudulent, deceptive (") derivative, authoritative (#) erroneous, impartial . $apans industrial success is ..... in part to its tradition of group effort and ...., as opposed to the emphasis on personal achievement that is a prominent aspect of other industrial nations. (1) responsive, independence ( ) related, introspection (!) e%uivalent, solidarity (") subordinate, individuality (#) attributed, cooperation !. &e are ..... the intellects of the past' or rather, like children we take it for granted that somebody must supply us with our supper and our ..... (1) ungrateful to, ideas ( ) dependent on, repose (!) unfaithful to, needs (") fortunate in, allowance (#) generous to, wants ". (ecause she had a reputation for ..... we were surprised and pleased when she greeted us so ..... . (1) insolence, irately ( ) insouciance, cordially (!) graciousness, amiably (") arrogance, disdainfully (#) %uerulousness, affably #. (aldwins brilliant )*he +ire ,ext *ime is both so elo%uent in its passion and so searching in its ..... that it is bound to ..... any reader. (1) bitterness, embarrass ( ) romanticism, appal (!) candour, unsettle (") indifference, disappoint (#) conception, bore Select the lettered answer that contains the best version of the underlined section. -. . bite from the tsetse fly invariably paraly/es its victims unless an antidote is administered within two hours. (1) its victims unless an antidote is administered ( ) its victims unless an antidote can be administered (!) its victims unless an antidote was administered (") its victims unless an antidote is administered to the victims (#) its victims unless they receive an antidote 0. .ccepting the assignment as given was a decision to be made between the manager and I. (1) given was a decision to be made between the manager and I

( ) it was given was a decision to be made between the manager and I (!) given was to be decided by the manager and I (") given was to be decided by the manager and me (#) given was a decision to be made between the manager and me 1. 2uresh, 2ubodh, 2hishir and me were all cited for contempt of court. (1) 2uresh, 2ubodh, 2hishir and I were all cited ( ) 2uresh, 2ubodh, 2hishir and I were all cited (!) 2uresh, 2ubodh, 2hishir and I were the ones cited (") 2uresh, 2ubodh, 2hishir and I were cited (#) 2uresh, 2ubodh, 2hishir and I was cited 3. .ll of the companies registered represent companies that signed up ahead of time. (1) companies registered represent companies ( ) companies registered represent companies (!) companies registered represent companies (") companies registered represent companies (#) companies that registered are companies 14. $amie 2alvadors presentation was by far the most elo%uent on the panel. (1) $amie 2alvadors presentation was ( ) $amie 2alvadors presentation was (!) $amie 2alvadors presentation was (") $amie 2alvadors presentation was (#) $ames 2alvadors presentation was Choose the lettered word or phrase that is most nearly similar in meaning to the word in capital letters. 11. I,,567572 (1) not capable ( ) not dangerous (!) not eager (") not frank (#) not peaceful 1 . +589,* (1) spoil ( ) instigate (!) interrogate (") spray (#) maintain 1!. :98I22 (1) lax ( ) lost (!) foolish (") violating (#) ambitious 1". 8I,I5, (1) monster ( ) %uorum (!) ma;ority (") host (#) dependent 1#. .7<89,* (1) make noble ( ) anoint (!) increase (") harvest (#) reach Choose the lettered word or phrase that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word in capital letters. 1-. (9,I<, (1) tenfold ( ) peaceful (!) blessed (") wavering (#) malignant 10. =79:I>9 (1) fragrant ( ) adult (!) lonely (") feminine (#) masterly

11. :7??@ (1) robust ( ) witty (!) wan (") exotic (#) creative 13. $9**I25, (1) salvage ( ) submerge (!) descend (") decelerate (#) repent 4. 7,*9,.(>9 (1) supportable ( ) tender (!) sheepish (") tremulous (#) ade%uate Select the lettered pair in the following analogy questions that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original capitalised pair. 1. ,.IA9 B I,<9,79 (1) ordinary B genius ( ) venerable B celebrity (!) urbane B sophisticate (") crafty B artisan (#) modest B braggart . .,,5*.*9 B *9C* (1) enact B law ( ) prescribe B medication (!) caption B photograph (") abridge B novel (#) censor B film !. 2,I6D9: B ?I2:92=96* (1) whimper B impatience ( ) chortle B glee (!) frown B indifference (") sneer B detachment (#) glower B cheerfulness ". :57* B ?9+9.* (1) ovation B applause ( ) triumph B failure (!) grief B loss (") pathway B rim (#) memory B oblivion #. I,?5>9,* B 2>5*E (1) wrathful B ire ( ) arrogant B acuity (!) covetous B enigma (") gluttonous B loyalty (#) impatient B apathy 5b;ective Dey 1.(!) .(#) !.(1) ".(#) #.(!) -.(#) 0.(#) 1.( ) 3.(1) 14.(!) 11.( ) 1 .( ) 1!.(1) 1".(#) 1#.(!) 1-.(#) 10.( ) 11.(!) 13.(1) 4.(1) 1.(!) .(!) !.( ) ".(1) #.(1) The sentences (four/five/four between and !" given in each question# when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. $ach sentence in labelled with a letter. Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the four given choices to construct a coherent paragraph. 1. (.) 5f course, they werent known then I=5s (initial public offerings). (() (ack then, seasoned investors will recall, it wasnt uncommon to have public issues from !4F"4 companies hitting

the market every monthGtrue many of those companies were of dubious antecedents, several have since disappeared without a trace. (6) It was 1334, and I=5s were hitting the market like a hailstorm that refused to stop. (?) *hat happened a bit later, thanks to the entry of foreign institutional investors (+IIs), who brought ;argon with their money to the Indian market. (1) 6?(. ( ) ?6(. (!) 6.(? (") 6(?. . (.) *he cold calculus of business doesnt recogni/e sentiment B to expect ,:Is to invest in India simply because it is their country of origin is downright stupid' the community will invest in the country if the riskFreward e%uation is favourableGif it isnt theyll seek better avenues. (() )=ravasi ..... will likely not fetch the returns expected of it, or anywhere close to it. (6) HIndia will have to undertake ma;or political, administrative, and ;udicial reforms,I explains 2am =itroda, 6hairman, &orld *el, Hif it wants to tap its ,:I network like 6hina did.I (?) 6hina succeeded in attracting investments from overseas 6hinese on the basis of policies that made it attractive for foreign companies to invest in the country. (1) ?6(. ( ) (6?. (!) (?6. (") 6?(. !. (.) . partial list of such )wards would include B :. <opalakrishnan, Aice 6hairman, Indian Eotels and *ata *ea, =rakash ,edungadi, =resident, 8adura <arments, 2an;iv <upta, ?eputy =resident, 6ocaF6ola India, 8uktesh )8icky =ant, 6hief marketing 5fficer, :eebok, 7tpal 2engupta, 695, .gro *ech +oods, 8otorolas .mit 2harma, <eneral 8ills 2amir (ehl and a clutch of senior managers at E>>, including incumbent chairman 8.2. (enga and ?irector (personal =roducts) .run .dhikari. (() &hen you spend !# years at a company that is preferred hunting ground for poachers on the look for 695s and marketing heads, it is highly likely that your old boys network include some of India Incs bestFknown execs. (6) (etween 13-4 and 133#, 2hunu 2en, E>>s former marketing head who died on $anuary !, 44! didnt ;ust work with such a sampling, he tutored it. (?) HEis ready smile, easy access, deep insights into marketing, and ability to protect his wards endeared him to us,I recollects 2aurav .dhikari, =residentG(=5 (,orth .merica), E6> Infosystems. (1) .(6? ( ) ?6(. (!) 6?(. (") (6?. ". (.) HI definitely had the choice of ;oining Eero Eonda,I he says, Hbut chose to follow the Eonda philosophy which embodies the ;oy of creation,I and diversification.

(() .pollos investment was routed through .pollo International, a company run by Danwars younger son :a;a' elder son ,eera; is already 655 of .pollo *yres. (6) *he companies themselves will likely attribute their recent unrelated diversifications to emerging opportunities but chances are, .pollos foray into insurance through a ;oint venture with Ai;aya (ank, =un;ab ,ational bank, and =rincipal <roup, and the Eero groups entry into the business of bill collection through 9asy (ill, are efforts to find space for a growing family. (?) 9asy (ill is to be headed by :ahul 8un;al, son of the late :aman Dant 8un;al, the first 8anaging ?irector of Eero Eonda. (1) 6(?. ( ) (?.6 (!) (.?6 (") 6?(. #. (.) &hile the actual dealFmaking and selling may be taken care of by others, and while his association, in them may merely be a 695s, theres no taking away from the fact that =auls backgroundG an 8(. from the 7niv of 8assachussets, stints at =epsi 6o, (ain and 6o, and notably, <9Gand location make him the ideal brand ambassador for &ipro *echnologies. (() +rom his base in 2anta 6lara, 6alifornia, =aul orchestrates &ipros strategy B he is widely perceived to be the man behind the &iproF9ricsson deal. (6) :ainmaking is all about being able to front a deal, speak the same language, business and cultural, as the customer and =auls credential on both fronts are impeccable. (?) &ipro ac%uired 9ricssons development centres in IndiaGa logical ac%uisition for a company with significant expertise in telecom softwareGbut not before =aul managed to wring out the commitment of some consulting assignments from the telecom ma;or. (1) 6?(. ( ) ?6(. (!) ?6.( (") (?.6 Choose the word or set of words for each blank in the following questions that best fits the meaning of the sentence. -. *he ..... of the early morning light ..... the room, making it larger and co/ier at once. (1) brilliance, shattered ( ) softness, transformed (!) harshness, transfigured (") warmth, disfigured (#) glare, annihilated 0. .s ..... of the original team, 8ickey had free ..... for all their games. (1) a survivor, advice ( ) a scholar, passage (!) an institution, admission (") an organi/er, submission (#) a member, entrance 1. +rom his ..... manner, we could all tell that he was of ..... birth.

(1) boorish, noble ( ) aristocratic, humble (!) regal, royal (") refined, common (#) courteous, illegitimate 3. *he ..... of the )*itanic could have been avoided if more safety ..... had been taken. (1) tragedy, precautions ( ) embargo, preservers (!) disaster, reservations (") crew, measures (#) fiasco, inspectors 14. &e are ..... going to have to face the reality that the resources of 9arth are ..... (1) finally, worthless ( ) gradually, limitless (!) eventually, finite (") %uickly, unavailable (#) seldom, vanished Choose the lettered word or phrase that is most nearly similar in meaning to the word in capital letters. 11. I,*9:?I6* (1) acclaim ( ) dispute (!) prohibit (") decide (#) fret 1 . :985,2*:.*9 (1) display ( ) reinstate (!) protest (") resign (#) reiterate 1!. &.@>.@ (1) ambush ( ) ;ourney (!) rest (") road map (#) song 1". *9,*.*IA9 (1) prevalent ( ) portable (!) mocking (") wry (#) experimental 1#. J9.>5* (1) beginner ( ) patron (!) fanatic (") murderer (#) leper Choose the lettered word or phrase that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word in capital letters. 1-. A.>9?I6*5:@ (1) sad ( ) collegiate (!) derivative (") salutory (#) promising 10. :9*9,*IA9 (1) forgetful ( ) accepting (!) receptive (") avoiding (#) fascinating 11. 5A9:&99,I,< (1) humble ( ) impotent (!) avid (") acrimonious (#) exaggerated 13. ,9(7>572 (1) starry ( ) clear (!) cold (") fundamental (#) porous 4. $95=.:?@

(1) patience ( ) courage (!) safety (") willingness (#) liberty Select the lettered pair in the following analogy questions that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original capitalised pair. 1. 8.25, B &.> (1) artist B easel ( ) fisherman B trout (!) author B book (") congressman B senator (#) sculptor B mallet . 89*.=E5: B +I<7:.*IA9 (1) fable B contemporary ( ) adage B paradoxical (!) precept B instructive (") irony B dramatic (#) satire B lamentations !. =>9.? B 27==>I.,* (1) disperse B rioter ( ) slum B outcast (!) revere B elder (") beg B philanthropist (#) translate B interpreter ". 8.2*E9.? B ,9&2=.=9: (1) footnote B essay ( ) credits B film (!) spine B book (") ream B paper (#) advertisement B maga/ine #. ?:7?<9:@ B I:D2589 (1) encumbrance B burdensome ( ) ;ourney B wearisome (!) ambivalence B suspicious (") compliance B forced (#) dissonance B harmonious

5b;ective Dey 1.(1) .(!) !.(") ".(1) #.(") -.( ) 0.(#) 1.(!) 3.(1) 14.(!) 11.(!) 1 .(!) 1!.(1) 1".(#) 1#.(!) 1-.(") 10.(1) 11.(1) 13.( ) 4.(!) 1.(!) .(!) !.(#) ".( ) #.(1) The sentences (four/five/four between and !" given in each question# when properly sequenced form a coherent paragraph. $ach sentence in labelled with a letter. Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the four given choices to construct a coherent paragraph. 1. (.) *here are hundreds of such turnaround stories which the ,. can boast of. (() .t the end of the meeting which are regularly conducted in key cities like ?ar;eeling, Imphal, Dolkata, 8umbai, (hubaneswar, =une, (angalore, 6handigarh, ?elhi and 6hennai, members pass a hat around to collect whatever funds it takes to rent halls, pay for snacks, electricity and publishing literature. (6) . selfFsupporting group, its finances are e%ually modest. (?) (ut there is no hype. (1) .(6? ( ) .?6( (!) .6?( (") .(?6 . (.) *housands of government officers, =27 employees and defence personnel have registered themselves as

Hfre%uent flyersI at government expense to avail of special deals offered by domestic airlines like free tickets for couples to various international destinations. (() *rust Indias highflying bureaucrats to maximise their returns, make those return flights. (6) .n >I6 official won a 8ercedes (en/ in the fre%uent flyer raffle but the >I6 union insisted that since he had not paid for his tickets, the car belongs to the office. (?) 5fficials of the three airline ma;ors reveal that half of the #,444 registered fre%uent flyers are government servants. (1) (?6. ( ) 6?(. (!) .(?6 (") (.?6 !. (.) (ut officials say the medicos dont understand either. (() H=eople dont understand how badly we need doctors who can not only treat sportsmen, but also understand their psyche,I he says. (6) *hough the course was introduced in 444F41 academic session, there was Htotal lack of interest among the medical community,I says a senior university official. (?) In sportsFcra/y Dolkata, it took six years to persuade the 6ulcutta 7niversity to include a certificate course on sports medicine in its curriculum. (9) .ll thanks to 2unil *hakur, an orthopaedic who specialises in treating Dolkataa football brigade. (1) 9?(.6 ( ) ?9(.6 (!) 9?.(6 (") ?9(6. ". (.) *he revolution has ;ust begun. (() (ut faced with severe budget cuts for its ambitious space exploration programmes, ,.2. ;unked the technology. (6) @et though it is ;ust out, *rehan feels the machine is only like the H8odel *of robots.I (?) *he robosurgeon was actually developed way back in the 1314s by ,.2., the premier 72 space organisation, to operate on astronauts in case there was an emergency when travelling in space. (9) . decade and a half later, Intuitive bought the rights and honed it to perfection. (1) ?(96. ( ) ?6(.9 (!) .?(96 (") .9?(6 #. (.) H5rissa would do well to have a turtle policy at the earliest,I says ?attatri. (() (ut then, idiosyncracies have been the hallmark of turtle conservationGrather the absence of it. (6) &hat is re%uired is administrative will to help turtles and the fisherfolk, who surprisingly are at the receiving end of irrational rules. (?) *he illogical ban from $anuary to 8arch on traveling for Hturtle safetyI within 4 km of the ?evi and :ushikulya nesting sites is unnecessary.

(9) . # km ban should be enough since the :idleys mate close to the shore and not in the deep sea. (1) .(6?9 ( ) (9?6. (!) 9?(6. (") .6?9( Choose the word or set of words for each blank in the following questions that best fits the meaning of the sentence. -. .lthough he did not consider himself ....., he felt that the inconsistencies in her story ..... a certain degree of incredulity on his part. (1) an apostate, ;ustified ( ) an optimist, intimated (!) a hypocrite, demonstrated (") a charlatan, dignified (#) a skeptic, warranted 0. 6ritics were misled by &illiams obvious ..... exaggerated theatrical gestures into ..... his plays as mere melodramas, Hfull of sound and furry, signifying nothing.I (1) disinclination for, disparaging ( ) repudiation of, misrepresenting (!) indulgence in, acclaiming (") penchant for, denigrating (#) indifference to, lauding 1. &hile some of the drawings are well rendered, others are mere .....' nonetheless, nearly all possess a sort of rude ..... that catches the yes. (1) portraits, grandeur ( ) illustrations, finesse (!) daubs, vigour (") caricatures, polish (#) mementoes, familiarity 3. &ith their peaGsi/ed brains and giant bodies, dinosaurs became a symbol of lumbering stupidity' their extinction seemed only to ..... their ..... design (1) betray, fundamental ( ) hypothesi/e, incongruous (!) invalidate, conscious (") embody, ultimate (#) confirm, flawed 14. *he shortcomings of 8r.(rookss analysis are ..... his ..... in explaining financial complexity and the sheer importance of this text. (1) alleviated by, ineptitude ( ) offset by, clarity (!) magnified by, precision (") demonstrated by, adroitness (#) migrated by, incompetence Choose the lettered word or phrase that is most nearly similar in meaning to the word in capital letters. 11. I,2I,7.*9 (1) resist ( ) suggest (!) report (") rectify (#) lecture 1 . :9+:.6*5:@ (1) articulate ( ) sinkable (!) vaunted (") useless (#) unmanageable

1!. 89?I56:9 (1) average ( ) bitter (!) medieval (") industrial (#) agricultural 1". *.::@ (1) polish ( ) restrain (!) surpass (") linger (#) disturb 1#. &.I+ (1) soldier ( ) urchin (!) surrender (") bree/e (#) spouse Choose the lettered word or phrase that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word in capital letters. 1-. :92I>I9,* (1) pungent ( ) foolish (!) worthy (") insolent (#) unyielding 1.( ) .(") !.( ) ".(1) #.(") -.(#) 0.(") 1.(!) 3.(#) 14.( ) 11.( ) 1 .(#) 1!.(1) 1".(") 1#.( ) 1-.(#) 10.(1) 11.(!) 13.(") 4.(#) 1.(") .( ) !.(!) ".(#) #.(1) 5b;ective Dey 10. 7,27>>I9? (1) tarnished ( ) countless (!) soggy (") papered (#) homicidal 11. =7,I*IA9 (1) lacking piety ( ) fragile (!) congruent (") pertinent (#) varied 13. I::9>9A.,* (1) lacking piety ( ) fragile (!) congruent (") pertinent (#) varied 4. 5=7>9,69 (1) pessimism ( ) patriotism (!) potency (") passion (#) poverty Select the lettered pair in the following analogy questions that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original capitalised pair. 1. I,?I<9,* B &9.>*E (1) contented B happiness ( ) aristocratic B stature (!) smug B complacency (") emaciated B nourishment (#) variegated B varied. . .7<9: B 6.:=9,*9: (1) studio B sculptor ( ) awl B cobbler (!) seam B seamstress (") cement B mason (#) apron B chef !. 8.:.*E5, B 2*.8I,. (1) relay B independence ( ) hurdle B perseverance (!) sprint B celerity (") ;og B weariness (#) ramble B directness ". :9*576E B =E5*5<:.=E (1) hang B painting ( ) finger B fabric (!) retract B statement (") compose B melody

(#) refine B style #. =I<E9.?9? B @I9>? (1) lionhearted B retreat ( ) lilyFlevered B flee (!) dogged B pursue (") featherbrained B giggle (#) eagleFeyed B discern 5b;ective Dey 1.( ) .(") !.( ) ".(1) #.(") -.(#) 0.(") 1.(!) 3.(#) 14.( ) 11.( ) 1 .(#) 1!.(1) 1".(") 1#.( ) 1-.(#) 10.(1) 11.(!) 13.(") 4.(#) 1.(") .( ) !.(!) ".(#) #.(1)

Choose the word or set of words for each blank in the following questions that best fits the meaning of the sentence. 1. 2ince we ..... read every book, we ..... only the famous ones. (1) have, sold ( ) should, buy (!) must, ignore (") can, purchase (#) cannot, select . 2uddenly out of the ..... of weariness an old lady ..... unexpectedly. (1) mosaic, raised ( ) context, appeared (!) texture, rose (") fabric, awakened (#) design, came !. &e have to ..... in our young men and women sense of discipline, which is a ..... for progress and happiness. (1) generate, concomitant ( ) instil, need (!) produce, necessity (") inculcate, preFre%uisite (#) induce, re%uirement ". ..... of crops was due to continuous ..... . (1) ?estruction, draught ( ) :uin, draft (!) +ailure, drought (") ?epreciation, drift (#) 2carcity, famine #. ?isarmament and development in our time are ..... interrelated but ..... development will depend on a change in the worlds political thinking. (1) inevitable, substantial ( ) closely, real (!) essentially, true (") universally, ultimate (#) naturally, final Select the lettered answer that contains the best version of the underlined section. -. *he H*humriI album by 2hobha <urtu, which is my favourity, is the one that I loaned to .diti. (1) 2hobha <urtu, which is my favourite, is the one that I loaned to .diti. ( ) 2hobha <urtu, that is my favourite, is the one I loaned to .diti. (!) 2hobha <urtu, which is my favourite, is the one I loaned to .diti. (") 2hobha <urtu which is my favourite is the one which I loaned to .diti. (#) 2hobha <urtu, which is my favourite, is one that I loaned to .diti.

0. *he reading specialist spent two weeks with each one of us, and she determined that 2hubha reads slow. (1) she determined that 2hubha reads slower. ( ) she determined that 2hubha reads slower. (!) she determined that 2hubha reads slowly. (") she determined that 2hubha reads more slowly. (#) she determined that 2hubha reads more slow. 1. *he professor told the students that, given their hard work, their dedication to the material, and their diligence in the class, it was more likelier than not that they would get a good grade. (1) it was more likelier than not that they would get a good grade. ( ) it was more than not likelier that they would get a good grade. (!) it was more likely than not that they would get a good grade. (") it was more than likely than not that they would get a good grade. (#) it was likelier than not that they would get a good grade. 3. *he king stood, pulled on his cape, and announced, HI loathe arrogance more than any other thing.I (1) HI loathe arrogance more than any other thing.I ( ) HI loathe arrogance most than any other thing.I (!) HI loathe arrogance the most of any other thing.I (") HI loathe arrogance more of any other thing.I (#) HI loathe arrogance better than any other thing.I *he son who would get the inheritance in the end appeared more %uick, because he came by boat. *he others waited for the train. (1) in the end appeared more %uick, because he came by boat. ( ) in the end appeared more %uicker, because he came by boat. (!) in the end appeared more %uickly, because he came by boat. (") in the end appeared fast, because he came by boat. (#) in the end appeared %uick, because he came by boat. Choose the lettered word or phrase that is most nearly similar in meaning to the word in capital letters. 11. 9++.69 (1) countenance ( ) encourage (!) recogni/e (") blackball (#) rub out 1 . 6I>I.*9? (1) foolish ( ) swift (!) early (") constructed (#) hairy 1!. =I572 (1) historic ( ) devout (!) multiple (") fortunate (#) authoritative 1". ?&I,?>9 (1) blow ( ) inhabit (!) spin (") lessen (#) combine

1#. (.>8@ (1) venturesome ( ) dedicated (!) mild (") fanatic (#) memorable Choose the lettered word or phrase that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word in capital letters. 1-. (>.,? (1) caustic ( ) meagre (!) soft (") uncooked (#) helpless 10. E7((7( (1) calm ( ) fury (!) capital (") axle (#) wax 11. >IAI? (1) alive ( ) mundane (!) positive (") undiscoloured (#) vast 13. 26.,*@ (1) collected ( ) remote (!) invisible (") plentiful (#) straight 4. *:I*9 (1) correct ( ) original (!) distinguished (") premature (#) certain Select the lettered pair in the following analogy questions that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original capitalised pair. 1. E.I: B (.>? (1) wig B curly ( ) egg B cooked (!) rain B arid (") skin B scarred (#) medicine B healthy . ?I,<E@ B (5.* (1) novel B book ( ) canoe B paddle (!) oar B water (") deck B stern (#) land sea !. .==>9 B *:99 (1) silver B book ( ) bron/e B copper (!) plank B wood (") glass B sand (#) pearl B oyster ". 6.:,IA5:9 B 89.* (1) carnivore B vegetable ( ) herbivore B plants (!) vegetarian B vitamins (") botanist B herbs (#) pollinator B plants #. ?9.:*E B =.76I*@ (1) individual B person ( ) scarcity B shortage (!) shortage B plethora (") prairie B forest (#) commodity B expectation

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1.(#) .(!) !.(") ".(!) #.( ) -.(1) 0.(!) 1.(!) 3.(1) 14.(!) 11.(#) 1 .(#) 1!.( ) 1".(") 1#.(!) 1-.(!) 10.(") 11.(") 13.(") 4.( ) 1.(!) .(1) !.(#) ".( ) #.( )