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  • 1. 
    Crime is certainly on the increase nowadays. Not only is the (1) of crime on the rise, but also the variety of crime has begun to proliferate. Of course, the most serious crime is murder. Murderers are usually considered to be deranged individuals. Methods of homicide might include shooting, stabbing or striking victims (2) a blunt object. Victims may even be killed in their sleep by being strangled by hand or smothered with pillows. (3) murder is even more heinous because it is deliberated and planned. Alleged assailants may become fugitives running from the law and should be (4) armed and dangerous. Members of the public are therefore advised to exercise (5) caution if encountering these individuals.  Unfortunately, many crimes are drug-related. Some (6) narcotics pushers show no remorse for their crimes. Sentences for these offenders may include service in drug rehabilitation centers to (7) as a deterrent to a potential relapse. Financial crimes are also growing, often resulting in large (8) losses. White-collar crimes by employees include embezzling, as well as other shady dealings that are infringements (9) the financial regulations enforced by the Securities and Exchange Commission. But not all financial crimes are committed by employees. Notorious for exploiting elderly women, swindlers sometimes convince their prey to invest in (10) companies.  1) 
    • A. 

      Amount

    • B. 

      Total

    • C. 

      Number

    • D. 

      Statistics

  • 2. 
    Crime is certainly on the increase nowadays. Not only is the (1) of crime on the rise, but also the variety of crime has begun to proliferate. Of course, the most serious crime is murder. Murderers are usually considered to be deranged individuals. Methods of homicide might include shooting, stabbing or striking victims (2) a blunt object. Victims may even be killed in their sleep by being strangled by hand or smothered with pillows. (3) murder is even more heinous because it is deliberated and planned. Alleged assailants may become fugitives running from the law and should be (4) armed and dangerous. Members of the public are therefore advised to exercise (5) caution if encountering these individuals.  Unfortunately, many crimes are drug-related. Some (6) narcotics pushers show no remorse for their crimes. Sentences for these offenders may include service in drug rehabilitation centers to (7) as a deterrent to a potential relapse. Financial crimes are also growing, often resulting in large (8) losses. White-collar crimes by employees include embezzling, as well as other shady dealings that are infringements (9) the financial regulations enforced by the Securities and Exchange Commission. But not all financial crimes are committed by employees. Notorious for exploiting elderly women, swindlers sometimes convince their prey to invest in (10) companies.  2)
    • A. 

      By

    • B. 

      With

    • C. 

      On

    • D. 

      At

  • 3. 
    Crime is certainly on the increase nowadays. Not only is the (1) of crime on the rise, but also the variety of crime has begun to proliferate. Of course, the most serious crime is murder. Murderers are usually considered to be deranged individuals. Methods of homicide might include shooting, stabbing or striking victims (2) a blunt object. Victims may even be killed in their sleep by being strangled by hand or smothered with pillows. (3) murder is even more heinous because it is deliberated and planned. Alleged assailants may become fugitives running from the law and should be (4) armed and dangerous. Members of the public are therefore advised to exercise (5) caution if encountering these individuals.  Unfortunately, many crimes are drug-related. Some (6) narcotics pushers show no remorse for their crimes. Sentences for these offenders may include service in drug rehabilitation centers to (7) as a deterrent to a potential relapse. Financial crimes are also growing, often resulting in large (8) losses. White-collar crimes by employees include embezzling, as well as other shady dealings that are infringements (9) the financial regulations enforced by the Securities and Exchange Commission. But not all financial crimes are committed by employees. Notorious for exploiting elderly women, swindlers sometimes convince their prey to invest in (10) companies.  3)
    • A. 

      Premeditating

    • B. 

      Premeditated

    • C. 

      Preconditioned

    • D. 

      Mediation

  • 4. 
    Crime is certainly on the increase nowadays. Not only is the (1) of crime on the rise, but also the variety of crime has begun to proliferate. Of course, the most serious crime is murder. Murderers are usually considered to be deranged individuals. Methods of homicide might include shooting, stabbing or striking victims (2) a blunt object. Victims may even be killed in their sleep by being strangled by hand or smothered with pillows. (3) murder is even more heinous because it is deliberated and planned. Alleged assailants may become fugitives running from the law and should be (4) armed and dangerous. Members of the public are therefore advised to exercise (5) caution if encountering these individuals.  Unfortunately, many crimes are drug-related. Some (6) narcotics pushers show no remorse for their crimes. Sentences for these offenders may include service in drug rehabilitation centers to (7) as a deterrent to a potential relapse. Financial crimes are also growing, often resulting in large (8) losses. White-collar crimes by employees include embezzling, as well as other shady dealings that are infringements (9) the financial regulations enforced by the Securities and Exchange Commission. But not all financial crimes are committed by employees. Notorious for exploiting elderly women, swindlers sometimes convince their prey to invest in (10) companies.  4
    • A. 

      Concerned

    • B. 

      Considerably

    • C. 

      commenced

    • D. 

      Considered

  • 5. 
    Crime is certainly on the increase nowadays. Not only is the (1) of crime on the rise, but also the variety of crime has begun to proliferate. Of course, the most serious crime is murder. Murderers are usually considered to be deranged individuals. Methods of homicide might include shooting, stabbing or striking victims (2) a blunt object. Victims may even be killed in their sleep by being strangled by hand or smothered with pillows. (3) murder is even more heinous because it is deliberated and planned. Alleged assailants may become fugitives running from the law and should be (4) armed and dangerous. Members of the public are therefore advised to exercise (5) caution if encountering these individuals.  Unfortunately, many crimes are drug-related. Some (6) narcotics pushers show no remorse for their crimes. Sentences for these offenders may include service in drug rehabilitation centers to (7) as a deterrent to a potential relapse. Financial crimes are also growing, often resulting in large (8) losses. White-collar crimes by employees include embezzling, as well as other shady dealings that are infringements (9) the financial regulations enforced by the Securities and Exchange Commission. But not all financial crimes are committed by employees. Notorious for exploiting elderly women, swindlers sometimes convince their prey to invest in (10) companies.  5)
    • A. 

      Extreme

    • B. 

      exceptional

    • C. 

      viable

    • D. 

      Unusual

  • 6. 
    Crime is certainly on the increase nowadays. Not only is the (1) of crime on the rise, but also the variety of crime has begun to proliferate. Of course, the most serious crime is murder. Murderers are usually considered to be deranged individuals. Methods of homicide might include shooting, stabbing or striking victims (2) a blunt object. Victims may even be killed in their sleep by being strangled by hand or smothered with pillows. (3) murder is even more heinous because it is deliberated and planned. Alleged assailants may become fugitives running from the law and should be (4) armed and dangerous. Members of the public are therefore advised to exercise (5) caution if encountering these individuals.  Unfortunately, many crimes are drug-related. Some (6) narcotics pushers show no remorse for their crimes. Sentences for these offenders may include service in drug rehabilitation centers to (7) as a deterrent to a potential relapse. Financial crimes are also growing, often resulting in large (8) losses. White-collar crimes by employees include embezzling, as well as other shady dealings that are infringements (9) the financial regulations enforced by the Securities and Exchange Commission. But not all financial crimes are committed by employees. Notorious for exploiting elderly women, swindlers sometimes convince their prey to invest in (10) companies.  6)
    • A. 

      Defended

    • B. 

      Declining

    • C. 

      Convicted

    • D. 

      Convincing

  • 7. 
    Crime is certainly on the increase nowadays. Not only is the (1) of crime on the rise, but also the variety of crime has begun to proliferate. Of course, the most serious crime is murder. Murderers are usually considered to be deranged individuals. Methods of homicide might include shooting, stabbing or striking victims (2) a blunt object. Victims may even be killed in their sleep by being strangled by hand or smothered with pillows. (3) murder is even more heinous because it is deliberated and planned. Alleged assailants may become fugitives running from the law and should be (4) armed and dangerous. Members of the public are therefore advised to exercise (5) caution if encountering these individuals.  Unfortunately, many crimes are drug-related. Some (6) narcotics pushers show no remorse for their crimes. Sentences for these offenders may include service in drug rehabilitation centers to (7) as a deterrent to a potential relapse. Financial crimes are also growing, often resulting in large (8) losses. White-collar crimes by employees include embezzling, as well as other shady dealings that are infringements (9) the financial regulations enforced by the Securities and Exchange Commission. But not all financial crimes are committed by employees. Notorious for exploiting elderly women, swindlers sometimes convince their prey to invest in (10) companies.  7)
    • A. 

      Make

    • B. 

      Establish

    • C. 

      Build

    • D. 

      Work

  • 8. 
    Crime is certainly on the increase nowadays. Not only is the (1) of crime on the rise, but also the variety of crime has begun to proliferate. Of course, the most serious crime is murder. Murderers are usually considered to be deranged individuals. Methods of homicide might include shooting, stabbing or striking victims (2) a blunt object. Victims may even be killed in their sleep by being strangled by hand or smothered with pillows. (3) murder is even more heinous because it is deliberated and planned. Alleged assailants may become fugitives running from the law and should be (4) armed and dangerous. Members of the public are therefore advised to exercise (5) caution if encountering these individuals.  Unfortunately, many crimes are drug-related. Some (6) narcotics pushers show no remorse for their crimes. Sentences for these offenders may include service in drug rehabilitation centers to (7) as a deterrent to a potential relapse. Financial crimes are also growing, often resulting in large (8) losses. White-collar crimes by employees include embezzling, as well as other shady dealings that are infringements (9) the financial regulations enforced by the Securities and Exchange Commission. But not all financial crimes are committed by employees. Notorious for exploiting elderly women, swindlers sometimes convince their prey to invest in (10) companies.  8)
    • A. 

      Money

    • B. 

      Monument

    • C. 

      Monetary

    • D. 

      Momentary

  • 9. 
    Crime is certainly on the increase nowadays. Not only is the (1) of crime on the rise, but also the variety of crime has begun to proliferate. Of course, the most serious crime is murder. Murderers are usually considered to be deranged individuals. Methods of homicide might include shooting, stabbing or striking victims (2) a blunt object. Victims may even be killed in their sleep by being strangled by hand or smothered with pillows. (3) murder is even more heinous because it is deliberated and planned. Alleged assailants may become fugitives running from the law and should be (4) armed and dangerous. Members of the public are therefore advised to exercise (5) caution if encountering these individuals.  Unfortunately, many crimes are drug-related. Some (6) narcotics pushers show no remorse for their crimes. Sentences for these offenders may include service in drug rehabilitation centers to (7) as a deterrent to a potential relapse. Financial crimes are also growing, often resulting in large (8) losses. White-collar crimes by employees include embezzling, as well as other shady dealings that are infringements (9) the financial regulations enforced by the Securities and Exchange Commission. But not all financial crimes are committed by employees. Notorious for exploiting elderly women, swindlers sometimes convince their prey to invest in (10) companies.  9)
    • A. 

      In

    • B. 

      Within

    • C. 

      At

    • D. 

      Of

  • 10. 
    Crime is certainly on the increase nowadays. Not only is the (1) of crime on the rise, but also the variety of crime has begun to proliferate. Of course, the most serious crime is murder. Murderers are usually considered to be deranged individuals. Methods of homicide might include shooting, stabbing or striking victims (2) a blunt object. Victims may even be killed in their sleep by being strangled by hand or smothered with pillows. (3) murder is even more heinous because it is deliberated and planned. Alleged assailants may become fugitives running from the law and should be (4) armed and dangerous. Members of the public are therefore advised to exercise (5) caution if encountering these individuals.  Unfortunately, many crimes are drug-related. Some (6) narcotics pushers show no remorse for their crimes. Sentences for these offenders may include service in drug rehabilitation centers to (7) as a deterrent to a potential relapse. Financial crimes are also growing, often resulting in large (8) losses. White-collar crimes by employees include embezzling, as well as other shady dealings that are infringements (9) the financial regulations enforced by the Securities and Exchange Commission. But not all financial crimes are committed by employees. Notorious for exploiting elderly women, swindlers sometimes convince their prey to invest in (10) companies.  10)
    • A. 

      Fiction

    • B. 

      Artificial

    • C. 

      Fictitious

    • D. 

      Unreal