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.
(1) Europe one can hear the sound of breath being exhaled. Politicians, officials, businessmen and consumers (2) are heaving a (3) sigh of relief, with the largest-ever (4) peacetime operation-the transition to the euro in 12 countries-proceeding (5) smoothly. (6) there were some (7) but by and (8) things seem to have gone according to plan. For the first time since the Roman empire, Europeans can now pay for goods anywhere in large (9) of the continent with the same money, which is (10) to have a major impact on commerce.

(1).  1) Over 2) By 3) Across 4) Within

A.  Over
B.  By
C.  Across
D.  Within
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(1) Europe one can hear the sound of breath being exhaled. Politicians, officials, businessmen and consumers (2) are heaving a (3) sigh of relief, with the largest-ever (4) peacetime operation-the transition to the euro in 12 countries-proceeding (5) smoothly. (6) there were some (7) but by and (8) things seem to have gone according to plan. For the first time since the Roman empire, Europeans can now pay for goods anywhere in large (9) of the continent with the same money, which is (10) to have a major impact on commerce.

(2).  1) alike 2) also 3) similarly 4) happily

A.  alike
B.  also
C.  similarly
D.  happily
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3 .

(1) Europe one can hear the sound of breath being exhaled. Politicians, officials, businessmen and consumers (2) are heaving a (3) sigh of relief, with the largest-ever (4) peacetime operation-the transition to the euro in 12 countries-proceeding (5) smoothly. (6) there were some (7) but by and (8) things seem to have gone according to plan. For the first time since the Roman empire, Europeans can now pay for goods anywhere in large (9) of the continent with the same money, which is (10) to have a major impact on commerce.

(3).  1) soft 2) relieved 3) collective 4) large

A.  soft
B.  relieved
C.  collective
D.  large
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4 .

(1) Europe one can hear the sound of breath being exhaled. Politicians, officials, businessmen and consumers (2) are heaving a (3) sigh of relief, with the largest-ever (4) peacetime operation-the transition to the euro in 12 countries-proceeding (5) smoothly. (6) there were some (7) but by and (8) things seem to have gone according to plan. For the first time since the Roman empire, Europeans can now pay for goods anywhere in large (9) of the continent with the same money, which is (10) to have a major impact on commerce.

(4).  1) logical 2) logistical 3) logistics 4) logically

A.  logical
B.  logistical
C.  logistics
D.  logically
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5 .

(1) Europe one can hear the sound of breath being exhaled. Politicians, officials, businessmen and consumers (2) are heaving a (3) sigh of relief, with the largest-ever (4) peacetime operation-the transition to the euro in 12 countries-proceeding (5) smoothly. (6) there were some (7) but by and (8) things seem to have gone according to plan. For the first time since the Roman empire, Europeans can now pay for goods anywhere in large (9) of the continent with the same money, which is (10) to have a major impact on commerce.

(5).  1) suitably 2) high 3) conceivably 4) commendably

A.  suitably
B.  high
C.  conceivably
D.  commendably
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6 .

(1) Europe one can hear the sound of breath being exhaled. Politicians, officials, businessmen and consumers (2) are heaving a (3) sigh of relief, with the largest-ever (4) peacetime operation-the transition to the euro in 12 countries-proceeding (5) smoothly. (6) there were some (7) but by and (8) things seem to have gone according to plan. For the first time since the Roman empire, Europeans can now pay for goods anywhere in large (9) of the continent with the same money, which is (10) to have a major impact on commerce.

(6).  1) Infact 2) Obviously 3) Inevitably 4) Of course

A.  Infact
B.  Obviously
C.  Inevitably
D.  Of course
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7 .

(1) Europe one can hear the sound of breath being exhaled. Politicians, officials, businessmen and consumers (2) are heaving a (3) sigh of relief, with the largest-ever (4) peacetime operation-the transition to the euro in 12 countries-proceeding (5) smoothly. (6) there were some (7) but by and (8) things seem to have gone according to plan. For the first time since the Roman empire, Europeans can now pay for goods anywhere in large (9) of the continent with the same money, which is (10) to have a major impact on commerce.

(7).  1) stags 2) loopholes 3) drawback 4) problems

A.  stags
B.  loopholes
C.  drawback
D.  problems
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8 .

(1) Europe one can hear the sound of breath being exhaled. Politicians, officials, businessmen and consumers (2) are heaving a (3) sigh of relief, with the largest-ever (4) peacetime operation-the transition to the euro in 12 countries-proceeding (5) smoothly. (6) there were some (7) but by and (8) things seem to have gone according to plan. For the first time since the Roman empire, Europeans can now pay for goods anywhere in large (9) of the continent with the same money, which is (10) to have a major impact on commerce.

(8).  1) large 2) by 3)largely 4) then

A.  large
B.  by
C.  largely
D.  then
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9 .

(1) Europe one can hear the sound of breath being exhaled. Politicians, officials, businessmen and consumers (2) are heaving a (3) sigh of relief, with the largest-ever (4) peacetime operation-the transition to the euro in 12 countries-proceeding (5) smoothly. (6) there were some (7) but by and (8) things seem to have gone according to plan. For the first time since the Roman empire, Europeans can now pay for goods anywhere in large (9) of the continent with the same money, which is (10) to have a major impact on commerce.

(9).  1) countries 2) parts 3) swathes 4) wraps

A.  countries
B.  parts
C.  swathes
D.  wraps
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10 .

(1) Europe one can hear the sound of breath being exhaled. Politicians, officials, businessmen and consumers (2) are heaving a (3) sigh of relief, with the largest-ever (4) peacetime operation-the transition to the euro in 12 countries-proceeding (5) smoothly. (6) there were some (7) but by and (8) things seem to have gone according to plan. For the first time since the Roman empire, Europeans can now pay for goods anywhere in large (9) of the continent with the same money, which is (10) to have a major impact on commerce.

(10).  1) warranted 2) deserved 3) expected 4) bound

A.  warranted
B.  deserved
C.  expected
D.  bound
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