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Abundant (Adj.) something that is abundant exists or is available in large quantities so that there is more than enough [≠ scarce]: - an abundant supply of fresh water - abundant opportunities for well qualified staff

Abundant (Adj.) something that is abundant exists or is available in large quantities so that there is more than enough [≠ scarce]: - an abundant supply of fresh water - abundant opportunities for well qualified staff

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Eventual (adj.) happening at the

end of a long period of time or

after a lot of other things have

happened:

- Sweden were the eventual

winners of the tournament.

- Both sides were happy with the

eventual outcome of the talks.



(A) Current means “present, now”

and fits the idea of this sentence.

Choice (B), abundant, means “a

very large amount” and does not

make sense in this context. Choice

(C), actual, means “real.” Choice

(D), eventual, means “something

that will happen at some unspecific

time in the future.”



116. Due to the ….. weather

conditions, all flights have

been postponed until further

notice.

(A) current

(B) abundant

(C) actual

(D) eventual



117. We need all the help we can

get and would like everyone in

the office to ….. us in getting this

job completed on time.

(A) resist

(B) desist

(C) insist

(D) assist



To desist to stop doing something:

- We hope that the military regime

will desist from its acts of

violence.



(D) Assist mean “to help,” and

fits the idea of this sentence.

Choice (A), resist, means “to

work against” and does not

make sense in this context.

Choice (B), desist, means “to

stop” or “to cease, Choice (C),

insist, means “to demand.”



117. We need all the help we can

get and would like everyone in

the office to ….. us in getting this

job completed on time.

(A) resist

(B) desist

(C) insist

(D) assist



118. The new computer does

not seem to work ….. the old

one did.

(A) as well

(B) as well than

(C) as good as

(D) as well as



(D) As... as ... is a comparative

phrase showing that two things are

equal. The adverb well is used

because the sentence discusses how

something acts: as well us. Choice

(A) does not contain the second as.

Choice (B) uses the wrong

comparative. Choice (C) uses an

adjective instead of an adverb.



118. The new computer does

not seem to work ….. the old

one did.

(A) as well

(B) as well than

(C) as good as

(D) as well as



119. ….. have market

conditions been as favorable

as they are now.

(A) Reliably

(B) Fortunately

(C) Never

(D) Usually



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Abundant (Adj.) something that is abundant exists or is available in large quantities so that there is more than enough [≠ scarce]: - an abundant supply of fresh water - abundant opportunities for well qualified staff

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