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SAT Sentence Completion

Sentence completion questions account for about one quarter of the marks for the critical reading section of SAT I. Each question contains one or two blanks, and you have to find the best answer choice to make the sentence make complete sense. Be sure to study the sentence carefully so that you notice all the clues built into the sentence. On the actual test the sentence completion questions will be graded from easy to hard. On average you will need a little under one minute to answer each question. Our mini tests have 12 questions to be answered in 10 minutes. After each test review your wrong answers to see whether you missed any clues, and make a note of all the words you are not sure of.

Directions

Each sentence has one or two blanks. Choose the answer choice that contains the word or words that best complete the sentence.

Example:

There are some people who think that only the poor and less educated people use slang, but this idea is _________.

(A) accurate
(B) popular
(C) erroneous
(D) widespread
(E) ineffectual

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