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(A)021.In roadside tests of more than 2,000 drivers, researchers found that 14% of those with a child in the car tested positive for THC, the _____ that creates marijuana's "high." (A) component (B) delusion (C) nuance (D) synthesis

(C)022.A small colony of shopkeepers and _____ has grown up around the scenic site to supply visitors with food, betel nuts, biscuits and sweetmeats. (A) stockholders (B) bystanders (C) hawkers (D) pickpockets

(B)023.In a gloomy night, the clouds came in large billows, _____ the moonlight and turned the sky a dull gray. (A) dropped out (B) blotted out (C) cleared up (D) woke up

(A)024.Individuals had to learn the importance of clean hands and basic personal sanitation to stop the _____ spread of infectious disease. (A) rampant (B) vacant (C) elaborate (D) exquisite

(C)025.Many people in the community have a(n) _____ distrust of the police, accused of collective bribery. (A) self-absorbed (B) second-hand (C) deep-seated (D) empty-handed

(A)026.Prague is a stunning city, and this _____ capital of the Czech Republic makes a romantic and vibrant city-break destination. (A) thriving (B) withering (C) meagre (D) desolate

(C)027.Finding a new species of different mammals and plants is a living proof of how much we have to learn about the planet's _____ . (A) smuggle (B) maintenance (C) biodiversity (D) perseverance

(A)028.Animal _____ is now a year-round problem because urbanization has threatened wildlife, and people get crazy when an animal invades their home. (A) nuisance (B) pension (C) shelter (D) plague

(C)029.The data gives support to our argument and _____ their claim as incorrect. (A) confesses (B) confuses (C) refutes (D) resigns

(D)030.Almost one thousand students will _____ at the university's gymnasium to attend the graduation commencement in June. (A) certify (B) chatter (C) coincide (D) converge

(C)031.The old town district of Delhi is _____ with historical buildings and temples. (A)full (B)equipped (C)abundant (D)exposed

(D)032.The police found the fugitive _____ unconscious in an alley in the middle of the night. (A)laying (B)luring (C)locking (D)lying

(C)033.The city government has planned to _____ the bus service to people in rural areas. (A)expire (B)expand (C)extend (D)exclude

(A)034.Buttigieg served for six years as an _____ officer in the Navy Reserves to collect information in Afghanistan. (A)intelligence (B)industrial (C)intellectual (D)integrity

(A)35 The secretary sent the attendees the _____ seven days in advance to remind them of what to discuss at the meeting. (A)agenda (B)novice (C)scandal (D)venture

(B)035.It took Dennis lots of _____ and hard work to learn to draw with his toes after losing both arms. (A)coincidence (B)perseverance (C)supplement (D)transmission

(C)37 Tim has doubts about what he cannot see. He is _____ about the existence of spirits and souls. (A)credulous (B)persuasive (C)skeptical (D)physical

(D)036.Facial _____ check-in programs have been installed in hotels and airports to quickly identify people by scanning their faces. (A)admission (B)awareness (C)recollection (D)recognition

(B)037.If your parents ignore unusual pain or illness, try to ____ them to see a doctor. (A)perceive (B)persuade (C)promote (D)provide

(B)038.The cathedral tower offers a spectacular _____ of the whole town. It is definitely worth going up all the 375 steps! (A)review (B)panorama (C)memorial (D)architecture

(D)039.As an accomplished popular science writer, Richard Rhodes brings his _____ to bear and provides an accessible but detailed history of energy use since about 1600. (A)execution (B)expectancy (C)explosion (D)expertise

(A)040.The beer market currently faces its fifth consecutive year of overall volume losses, and the sales of light beers have been consistently _____. (A)dwindling (B)expanding (C)manipulating (D)speculating