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Fill in each blank with the correct form of the word in the bracket
     
1. Many of those who joined the socialist movement were young and ______ ( ideal ) people.
     
2. The workers' demand for a pay rise was ______ ( justify ) as the company had made profits.
     
3. The Prime Minister certainly exercised good ______ ( judge ) in his choice of ministers.
     
4. Jasmine shook her head at the ______ ( lament ) state of affairs.
     
5. Under public pressure, the police have ______ ( intense ) their search for the missing child.
     
6. The crooked businessman was charged in court for his ______ ( involve ) in the scam.
     
7. The book gives a ______ ( comprehend ) account of the events leading up to the second World War.
     
8. Farming is still a ______ ( labor ) and unrewarding occupation in the third world countries.
     
9. The police mounted a massive manhunt to track down the armed robber, but he managed to ______ ( elusive ) them.
     
10. The older workers were enraged when their proposals were ______ ( arrogance ) brushed aside by the upstart.
 
Answers
1. Many of those who joined the socialist movement were young and idealistic people.
2. The workers' demand for a pay rise was justified as the company had made profits.
3. The Prime Minister certainly exercised good judgment in his choice of ministers.
4. Jasmine shook her head at the lamentable state of affairs.
5. Under public pressure, the police have intensified their search for the missing child.
6. The crooked businessman was charged in court for his involvement in the scam.
7. The book gives a comprehensive account of the events leading up to the second World War.
8. Farming is still a laborious and unrewarding occupation in the third world countries.
9. The police mounted a massive manhunt to track down the armed robber, but he managed to elude them.
10. The older workers were enraged when their proposals were arrogantly brushed aside by the upstart.
 
 

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