1.1. Human beings are moving into_______ with the development of cloning and genetic engineering. We are not sure of what effects these scientific advances have on us.
(A) well-trodden path (B) uncharted waters (C) familiar ground (D) square one
5.5. The ______ of mass literacy coincided with the first industrial revolution; in turn, the new expansion in literacy, as well as cheaper printing, help to nurture the_______ of popular literature.
(A) building; mistrust (B) reappearance; display
(C) receipt; source (D) emergence; rise
6.6. The well-trained engineer must understand fields as diverse as physics, economics, geology, and sociology; thus, an overly_____ engineering curriculum should be avoided.
(A) narrow (B) innovative (C) competitive (D) rigorous
7.7. An institution concerned about its reputation is at the mercy of the actions of its members, because the misdeeds of individuals are often used to______ the institutions of which they are a part.
(A) reform (B) coerce (C) honor (D) discredit
9.9. Although in eighteenth-century England an active cultural life accompanied the beginnings of middle-class consumerism, the_______ of literacy was______ with rise of such consumerism in the different areas of the country.
(A) repudiation; reconciled (B) renewal; inconsistent
(C) spread; compatible (D) degree; uncorrelated
10.10. Laws do not ensure social order since laws can always be______ , which makes them______ unless the authorities have the will and the power to detect and punish wrongdoing.
(A) circumvented; antiquated (B) repealed; vulnerable
(C) violated; ineffective (D) modified; unstable