Verbal Ability:: Closet Test

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Desire and action are often coordinated in that desire may ...(1)... the person to action or that desire may be ...(2)... from action. If P is seen as trying to do X, it is often inferred that P desires X. However, desire and action are not ...(3)... coordinated. The person may desire X without ...(4)... in any action directed towards the attainment of X. This even happens when X appears ...(5)... or when the other effects resulting from the action ...(6)... to attain X are sufficiently undesirable as to ...(7)... the desire for X. Sometimes, Of course, no action is necessary; the desire may or may not be ...(8)... quite independently of P's action. Furthermore, a given desire may lead to different actions, depending upon the environmental requirements. Actions are ...(9)... not only by desire but also by the way the person ...(10)... the casual structure of the environment.

solve as per the direction given above)

A. downgrades B. fabricates
C. develops D. sees
E. enlarges    

(solve as per the direction given above)

A. projected B. determined
C. controlled D. galvanised
E. pronounced    

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A. realised B. hypothesised
C. verbalised D. criticised
E. actualised    

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A. express B. appreciate
C. reciprocate D. damage
E. negate    

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A. hostile B. necessary
C. incidental D. insensible
E. detrimental    

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