Direction (Q. 1 - 10) : In each of the following sentences there are two blanks. Below each sentence there are five pairs of words denoted by the numbers 1), 2), 3) and 4). Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make it meaningfully complete.

It was not______________but a search for excitement which made him steal_____________ the shop.

A.  money, into
B.  necessary, at
C.  necessity, from
D.  required, in
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The rank and____________ of the party had turned____________the leader.

A.  file, against
B.  cadre, on
C.  office, for
D.  rankers, to
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Before his______________ cross-examination his alibi fell____________.

A.  illegal, short
B.  legal, off
C.  separate, down
D.  shrewd, flat
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We thought that the Sadhu had_____________ powers, but we soon found that we were___________.

A.  super, fault
B.  natural, wronged
C.  extra, deceit
D.  miraculous, deceived
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Salaries could not be_____________ because the chairman____________not signed the cheques.

A.  paid, was
B.  disbursed, had
C.  given, did
D.  released, could
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After_____________caught in the act, he knew that he was in____________trouble.

A.  when, intense
B.  been, dreaded
C.  being, dire
D.  become, intended
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Martin was____________ to the Police station because he was drunk and___________.

A.  fetched, sleepy
B.  bought, nasty
C.  being, rough
D.  brought, disorderly
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At times, when she was in the right___________, she would___________a humour which no one could match.

A.  position, develop
B.  mood, display
C.  frame, cause
D.  brain, create
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Few could____________ her mental____________ when her husband died.

A.  know, feelings
B.  feel, thoughts
C.  understand, anguish
D.  see, health
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Illiteracy____________ a great____________ to progress.

A.  being, recession
B.  isnt, obstruct
C.  now, distraction
D.  is, impediment
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