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Here you're given a complete sentence, from which one or two words have been removed and replaced with blanks. From a list of possible answers, you choose the word or words that best fits the sentence.

Succeeding at this question type means figuring out the relationships between parts of a sentence. Look for words that compare or contrast, that show agreement or disagreement, that show the development of an argument or a departure from it. Once you've learned to identify these things, filling in the blanks will be quite straightforward.

The test-makers want to know if you can recognize the flow of a cogent, coherent sentence, even when some of its elements are missing.

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