Vocabulary Examination - Sentence Completion
These tests improve your vocabulary, ability to follow the internal logic of sentences and elimination skill process.

1. Jason’s ________ approach to management included narrowing the salary gap between the CEOs and office workers.

2. ________ animals are able to survive easily in the wilderness because, for example, they can live on berries or insects.

3. Moving swiftly and gracefully through the backyard, the cat suddenly ________ when she hit the thorny bush.

4. When the senator’s popularity suffered in the polls, he ________ his decision to raise taxes.

5. The old bridge’s steel ________ were rusty and in need of repair.

6. The junkyard was littered with ________ objects, making it unsightly to the neighborhood behind it.

7. When we were renovating the old house, we found a(n) ________ of $10 and $20 bills hidden inside the old laundry chute.

8. Claudia’s ________ face gave no clue to her hard, cold heart.

9. Patrick, who was always joking, added ________ to the formal dinner, which his sedate employer did not appreciate.

10. After sitting in the sink for several days, the dirty, food-encrusted dishes became ________.

English Test

1. Vocabulary - Sentence Completion - 09
2. Vocabulary - Sentence Completion - 10
3. Synonyms - Test-25
4. Synonyms - Test-26
5. Synonyms - Test-27
6. Antonym Test - 11
7. Antonym Test - 12
8. Antonym Test - 13
9. Vocabulary - Synonyms Antonyms - 01
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11. Vocabulary - Synonyms Antonyms - 03
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14. Antonym Test - 14
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16. Antonym Test - 16
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18. Synonyms - Test-28
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    Gotu Kola

    Indian pennywort (E), Gotu kola (S), Kula kudi (H):

    Manduka-parni refers to its leafshape resembling the webbed feet of a frog. The leaf also looks like the cerebellum and is one of the finest examples of the 'doctrine of signatures' as gotu kola is traditionally renowned for its intellectpromoting, nervous-system soothing and general mindenhancing properties.

    Nerves In conditions of stress, insomnia, epilepsy, emotional turbulence; beneficial with pitta/vata aggravation. It relaxes the central nervous system. Useful in behavioural and developmental imbalances such as autism, Asperger's syndrome or ADHD. Mind Improves concentration, intelligence, memory and alertness. Used in Alzheimer's disease, senility, stroke, and to slow ageing as it benefits sadhaka pitta which promotes intellect. It nourishes majja dhatu and this protects the brain and by reducing 'stress' it prolongs life. Skin Gotu kola is a specific herb for inflammatory skin conditions: eczema, urticaria, acne, STDs. Gotu kola balances all three dosas and has wondrous effects on the skin and bhrajaka pitta. Very useful for hastening wound healing and reducing scars. The flavonoids act as circulatory stimulants that develop the blood vessels in the skin. It increases the rate of keratinisation of the skin, which helps to strengthen the outer protective layer of the body. This points to use in skin inflammation and cellulite. The saponin content acts as a cleansing and softening agent, the oligosaccharides are moisturising and the phytosterols are protective. It is useful in external applications for hair loss via its pitta-reducing effect. Joints Traditionally used for arthritis, gout and joint inflammation. This reflects its ability to clear toxins and inflammation.

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