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The government has no choice but to (i)________ the incessan

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The government has no choice but to (i)________ the incessant demands for land reform, and yet any governmental action that initiated land reform without requisite attention to agrarian reform would (ii)________ the overall goal of economic modernization.




Blank (i)Blank (ii)
A) anticipateD) delineate
B) heedE) condone
C) silenceF) compromise


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B and F
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Re: The government has no choice but to (i)________ the incessan [#permalink] New post 23 Feb 2016, 08:45
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The sentence informs us that the government has an “overall goal,” and the use of “and yet” indicates that initiating land reform without attending to agrarian reform would have some negative consequence for that goal. Thus, the only answer choice that fits the second blank is “compromise.” The use of “and yet” also implies that the government’s response to the demands for land reform must be in line with initiating such reform, so Choice C, “silence,” is incorrect. The description of the demands as “incessant” implies that the demands already exist, so “anticipate” is incorrect. Only “heed” describes an appropriate response.

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