2001 June | Part B – Best Completes 1

From the letters A to D, choose the words that best completes each of the following sentences

11. The............ programme against childhood diseases has ended.

A. injection
B. vaccination
C. immunization
D. harmonization

12. The accused stated............ that he was innocent of the crime.

A. unequivocally
B. feebly
C. ashamedly
D. excitedly

13. The doctor's............ was that the patient was suffering from cancer.

A. prediction
B. verdict
C. diagnosis
D. analysis

14. I was advised to open a............ account with the bank if I wanted to pay with cheques.

A. savings
B. deposit
C. loans
D. current

15. The pastor addressed his............ in a sonorous voice.

A. audience
B. masses
C. spectators
D. congregation

16. Many African leaders try to cling............ to power.

A. tenaciously
B. judiciously
C. economically
D. socially

17. The civilian head of state was............ in a military coup d'etat.

A. discharged
B. ousted
C. empowered
D. enthroned

18. After much debate on the controversial issue, the meeting was............ till the next morning.

A. postponed
B. proscribed
C. adjourned
D. delayed

19. The company distributed gifts to its staff as an............ to hard work.

A. incentive
B. inception
C. interest
D. induction

2001 June | Part B – Best Completes 1
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2002 June | Part B – Best Completes 1

From the letters A to D, choose the words that best completes each of the following sentences.

9. Tests revealed that the winning athlete had taken performance-enhancing............

A. drugs
B. tablets
C. vitamins
D. capsules

10. The lawyer's client was............ under oath in the law court.

A. investigated
B. interrogated
C. cross-fired
D. cross-examined

11. The man has a large............ of cattle

A. herd
B. flock
C. multitude
D. swine

12. The relationship between the couple is............ for lack of communication.

A. tense
B. strained
C. relaxed
D. uneasy

13. Many players have complained about biased............ by referees.

A. officiating
B. control
C. direction
D. handling

14. Government officials have to swear to............ of secrecy.

A. an oath
B. a vow
C. a pledge
D. an act

15. The students............ the planned meeting with the new principal.

A. refused
B. neglected
C. boycotted
D. rejected

16. She won by............ because her opponent refuse to play.

A. defeat
B. default
C. defiance
D. defence

17. Some candidate have developed the............ for cheating in examinations.

A. instinct
B. addition
C. knack
D. habit

18. The secretary was............ from her job for absenteeism.

A. evicted
B. dismissed
C. rejected
D. eliminated

2002 June | Part B – Best Completes 1
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