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The actress though portrayed by the media as a Prima Donna

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The actress though portrayed by the media as a Prima Donna , was in fact quite charming and ..........

A) Improvident
B) Gracious
C) Enthusiastic
D) Exceptional
E) Lithesome
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Re: The actress though portrayed by the media as a Prima Donna [#permalink] New post 19 Jun 2014, 08:58
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As there is though in the sentence, means there is a contrast between first part and second. As in the first part media described actress as prima donna, means something awkward so after though second part should be filled with positive words.

So with CHARMING, E LITHESOME is appropriate which means walk with grace....
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