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Advanced Level English Vocabulary MCQs (Set-15)

Advanced Level English Vocabulary MCQs (Set-15)
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

Advanced Level English Vocabulary MCQs (Set-15)

Once the children have grown up I shall start travelling again, and I’m really ——- that.
A) passing on to
B) waiting up for
C) looking forward to
D) making up for
E) going along with
Answer: C

The United Kingdom has made significant contributions to the world economy, —– in technology and industry. (English Vocabulary MCQs)
A) especially
B) likely
C) eventually
D) indispensably
E) favourably
Answer: A

Our challenge is to ——- our clients with the best possible advice and support, enabling them to take the right direction at both strategic and operational levels. (English Vocabulary MCQs)
A) expand
B) consult
C) improve
D) provide
E) respect
Answer: D

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Since most of the world’s commercial apples lack genetic diversity, they are unable to ——- a disease or a pest. (English Vocabulary MCQs)
A) put away
B) hold up
C) fight off
D) get off
E) break out
Answer: C

The 1990s have seen a general ——- in aid to poor countries, largely because of fiscal pressures in many rich countries. (English Vocabulary MCQs)
A) consumption
B) decline
C) contingency
D) conviction
E) expenditure
Answer: B

The whole business of having meals at fixed ——- is nothing but a social convention and, in modern life, a matter of convenience. (English Vocabulary MCQs)
A) approaches
B) substances
C) intervals
D) requirements
E) proportions
Answer: C

The ——- was not a happy one at the time, but looking back on it I suppose I’m glad it occurred. (English Vocabulary MCQs)
A) improvement
B) regression
C) encounter
D) intention
E) compromise
Answer: E

Questions of race, ethnicity, and religion have been a ——- source of conflict in American education. (English Vocabulary MCQs)
A) previous
B) perennial
C) vulnerable
D) naughty
E) casual
Answer: B

The contemporary world economy differs ——- from what the traditional economic theorists of the 1930s envisaged.
A) primarily
B) likely
C) conversely
D) profoundly
E) intimately
Answer: D

When the rate of exchange began to rise again, he felt ——— to call a meeting of the financial staff.
A) obliged
B) blamed
C) consumed
D) omitted
E) rewarded
Answer: A

Since the 1950s modern dance in Europe and America has ——- a vigorous process of creativity.
A) cast
B) explored
C) constituted
D) relaxed
E) followed
Answer: E

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The assassination by terrorists of Signor Aldo Moro, five times Prime Minister of Italy, in May 1978 was ——- by everyone as an act of barbarism.
A) applauded
B) appealed
C) reiterated
D) condemned
E) restrained
Answer: D

The recent economic figures ——— that the country is slowly coming out of the crisis.
A) commit
B) imply
C) incur
D) evolve
E) invoke
Answer: B

In recent years ——- complex and persistent problems in economic and social fields have led people to wonder why once comfortable answers no longer seem adequate to today’s questions.
A) generously
B) inadvertently
C) increasingly
D) ingeniously
E) leisurely
Answer: C

I was greatly impressed by the way the judge conducted the trial, ——— when it came to summing up the case.
A) particularly
B) completely
C) sufficiently
D) effectively
E) respectively
Answer: A

Asthma is a common —— in which the airways lining the lung become inflamed. (English Vocabulary MCQs)
A) diagnosis
B) disease
C) fury
D) patient
E) recovery
Answer: B

I was astonished to learn how such an experienced man as Dr. Foster could be _________ by her tricks. (English Vocabulary MCQs)
A) looked up
B) found out
C) run over
D) made up
E) taken in
Answer: E

After that last incident, even the manager admits that we can —— their services. (English Vocabulary MCQs)
A) go on
B) do without
C) put out
D) show off
E) break into
Answer: B

Because of their high toxic contents, none of these chemicals can —– be permitted for export to any country.
A) fruitfully
B) adequately
C) presently
D) notoriously
E) E) equivocally
Answer: C

People curious to get some idea of what it is like to be black in a country —– by whites need look no further than Dennis Williams’s new novel “Crossover”.
A) tempted
B) undermined
C) perpetrated
D) run
E) deemed
Answer: D

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