Since, we are comparing as a whole, thus superlative tense should be used. And thus populous.
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The sentence is in present perfect tense, so we must use has/have + past tense of the verb to make it a correct one.
Here among all the options, naive is suitable which means a person showing a lack of experience,wisdom or judgement.
Ans: Admirer, believer
Option "Admirer, believer" is the suitable among all the options to make this sentence a sensible one.
The sentence is in past perfect tense. So had + past tense of verb should be used.
Among all the options, truthful seems to be perfect with the given sentence. The past participle of bear is “Borne”. So that can't be the answer.
Goodbyes suit the 1st blank as we can say “bid goodbye” but just bid or bade cant be filled in the 1st blank. And for the 2nd one, that should be in continuous tense thus departing.
The sentence is not in perfect tense. So “predicted” should be used.
Warm, froze, speech
Cold, frozen, speechless
Warm, froze, froze
Ans: Cold, frozen, speechless
To make this sentence a meaningful one, option (c) should be chosen. The options with one of the blanks as “warm” is omitted at first as the sentence is depicting a winter season.
Ans: Struck, powerful
The past tense of a verb should be used to make a meaningful sentence. Thus struck and the adverb form of “power” should be used to satisfy the whole sentence.
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