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OG_VPR # 2 When she first came to France from Bulgaria, she

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When she first came to France from Bulgaria, she was hardly the _________ student she later made herself out to be, since she had access to considerable family wealth.






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a) naive
b) precocious
c) impecunious
d) ambitiuos
e) assiduous


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C


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Re: OG_VPR # 2 When she first came to France from Bulgaria, she [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2016, 06:21
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The student’s considerable family wealth is cited as proof that her later depiction of herself was false; the word that fills the blank describes this later depiction, so it must be an adjective that is incompatible with wealth. “Impecunious,” meaning penniless, is therefore the correct choice. None of the other responses is dependent on wealth—her family’s finances would have no bearing on whether the student was actually naïve, precocious (advanced for her age), ambitious, or assiduous (diligent) —so they are incorrect. Thus the correct answer is impecunious (Choice C).
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