CLOZE TEST
 464. (1) posture (Noun)                (506 – 510)                                 (556 – 560)
 465. (2) like (Prep.)                   506. (4) to (Prep.)                         556. (2) struggling (Verb)
 466. (2) catch (Verb)                   507. (1) nestles (Verb) : located in a      557. (4) some (Det.)
 467. (4) dinosaurs (Noun)                    position that is protected, shel-      558. (1) behind (Prep.)
                                              tered or hidden                        559. (3) seemed (Verb)
 468. (2) catastrophic (Adj.) : causing
      a lot of damage and suffering (a   508. (1) so (Conj.)                         560. (1) joyously (Adv.)
      natural event)                     509. (2) take (Verb)                       (561 – 570)
 469. (3) destroyed (Verb)               510. (4) bordering (Verb)                   561. (2) strong (Adj.)
 470. (1) out (Adv., Prep.)             (511–520)                                    562. (1) like (Prep.)
(471 – 480)                              511. (2) wide (Adj.)                        563. (1) heel (Noun)
 471. (4) balance (Noun)                 512. (1) experiences (Noun)                 564. (3) tried (Verb)
 472. (2) number (Noun)                  513. (4) leaving (Verb)                     565. (1) much (Det.; Pro.)
 473. (1) from (Prep.)                   514. (1) perform (Verb)                     566. (1) quickly (Adv.)
 474. (3) than (Conj., Prep.)            515. (2) far off (Adj.) : distant; remote;  567. (2) later (Adv.)
 475. (3) nature (Noun)                       far away                               568. (3) plug (Verb)
 476. (1) food (Noun)                    516. (3) viewers (Noun)                     569. (4) supply (Noun)
 477. (4) on (Prep.)                     517. (1) glimpse (Noun)                     570. (2) reached (Verb)
 478. (3) both (Det., Pro.)              518. (3) victims (Noun)                    (571 – 575)
 479. (3) damage (Verb)                  519. (2) captures (Verb)                    571. (4) common (Adj.)
480. (3) ruin (Verb)                     520. (1) set (Verb)                         572. (2) glass (Noun)
(481 – 490)                              521. (3) past (Noun)                        573. (4) bore (Noun)
 481. (2) paradoxical (Adj.) : (state-   522. (2) evidence (Noun)                    574. (1) tube (Noun)
      ment) containing two opposite      523. (2) build up (Phr. V.) : to create     575. (2) a (Ind. Art.)
      ideas that make it seem impos-          or develop something                  (576 – 585)
      sible or unlikely, although it is  524. (1) scientific (Adj.)                  576. (2) feet (Noun)
      probably true                      525. (2) behind (Prep.)                     577. (4) political (Adj.)
 482. (3) faltering (Adj.) : become      526. (1) weapons (Noun)                     578. (1) threatened (Verb)
      weaker or less effective           527. (3) crafts (Noun)                     579.(1) strength (Noun)
 483. (4) severe (Adj.)                  528. (2) assesses (Verb)                    580. (4) anything (Pro.)
 484. (1) reactions (Noun)               529. (3) women-folk (Noun)                  581. (2) today (Adv.)
 485. (2) grip (Noun)                    530. (1) reliable (Adj.)                    582. (1) efforts (Noun)
 486. (1) critical (Adj.)               (531 – 540)                                  583. (4) combating (Verb) : stopping
 487. (4) expected (Verb)                531. (2) or (Conj.)                              something unpleasant or harm-
 488. (1) asserting (Verb) : stating     532. (4) with (Conj.)                            ful from happening
      clearly and firmly that something  533. (1) songs (Noun)                       584. (2) some (Det.)
      is true                            534. (3) praise (Noun)                     (586 – 590)
 489. (2) encouraging (Verb)             535. (2) to (Prep.)                         585. (1) scientists (Noun)
 490. (4) expansion (Noun)               536. (2) evolved (Verb)                     586. (1) to (Prep.)
(491–495)                                537. (4) performed (Verb)                   587. (2) next (Adj.)
 491. (2) extensive (Adj.) : covering a  538. (3) honour (Noun)                      588. (4) in (Prep.)
      large area                         539. (4) told (Verb)                        589. (1) the (Def. Art.)
 492. (1) open (Verb)                    540. (1) on (Prep.)                         590. (2) day (Noun)
 493. (1) urban (Adj.) : connected with (541 – 545)                                 (591 – 600)
      town or city                       541. (2) vast (Adj.)                        591. (1) reasonably (Adv.)
 494. (1) in (Prep.)                     542. (1) around (Adv.)                      592. (3) accompany (Verb)
 495. (2) led (Verb)                     543. (3) oasis (Noun)                       593. (1) features (Noun)
(496–505)                                544. (2) search (Noun)                      594. (3) twice (Adv.)
 496. (1) in (Prep.)                     545. (3) camel (Noun)                       595. (3) deafened (Verb)
 497. (1) continued (Verb)              (546 – 555)                                  596. (4) at (Prep.)
 498. (3) exposure (Noun)                546. (4) were (Aux. V.)                     597. (4) are repeated (Verb)
 499. (1) struggling (Verb)              547. (1) but (Conj.)                        598. (1) usually (Adv.)
 500. (2) compensation (Noun)            548. (2) issued (Verb)                      599. (3) between (Prep.)
 501. (4) denied (Verb) : refused to
                                         549. (4) by (Prep.)                         600. (4) interrupt (Verb)
      admit or accept
                                         550. (1) neither (Conj.)                   (601 – 605)
 502. (2) responsible (Adj.) : being
                                         551. (4) could (Mod. V.)                    601. (1) beach (Noun)
      able to be blamed for something
                                         552. (1) preferred (Verb)                   602. (3) of (Prep.)
 503. (4) failure (Noun)
                                         553. (3) hoardable (Adj.)                   603. (2) nineteenth (Adj., ordinal
 504. (3) unanswered (Adj.)
                                         554. (2) aided (Verb) : helped                   number)
 505. (1) callous (Adj.) : not caring
      about other people’s feelings or   555. (3) hostility (Noun) : unfriendly      604. (1) that (Det.)
      suffering                               feelings or behaviour                  605. (3) along (Prep.)
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