Quiz 1

1. Dramatic literature often ___________ the history of a culture in that it takes as its subject matter the important events that have shaped and guided the culture.


2. It is not difficult to (A)imagine the bewildering array of (B) communal that the recent (C) queries riots in the nation’s capital have (D)triggered in the minds of young people.


3. Despite a century of (A) removed, the quantum world still remains (B)mysterious and far (C) research from our (D)experiences based on everyday life


4. red pottery painted with designs in black (A)/objects in Harrapan cities: (B)/ archaeologists have found (C)/a set of unique (D)/  special beads and paralleled sided long stone blades(E)


5. and their most (A)/ the African National Congress (B)/ the apartheid system for several years(C)/well-known leader (D)/ Nelson Mandela fought (E)


6. On many social issues (A)/ to help the poor (B)/ it has several programmes (C)/ the government takes action (D)/ for example (E).


7. From the sun experiences night (A)/ experiences day (B)/ the portion of the Earth (C)/ while the other half away (D)/ facing the sun (E)


8. may have a small group of people (A)/but the final decision-making power (B)/ to discuss matters with(C)/ remains with the monarch(D)/ the monarch (E)


9. It is ___________ for a government to fail to do whatever it can to eliminate a totally___________ disease.


10. During the 1960’s, assessment of the family shifted remarkably from general endorsement of it as a worthwhile, stable institutions to widespread ___________ it as an oppressive and bankrupt one whose ___________ was both imminent and welcome.


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