Sentence Completion: Set 2
Here we go, the next batch of sentence completion exercises! And here's some brief advice: one way to identify the meaning of a word is by looking at the context in which it appears. The words surrounding the unfamiliar word can give you clues about what it means. For example, if you see the word euphoric in a sentence that says "After getting an A on her test, Mary felt euphoric," you can infer that euphoric means feeling extremely happy or elated. However, it's important to keep in mind that context clues may not always give you the exact meaning of a word. They can only give you an idea or general sense of the meaning. For these exercises, and on your exam, that general sense should be enough. Good luck!