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Тест: SAT - Verbal

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John realized that he had been ______ in his duties. If he had been more ____, the disaster may have been avoided.

Knowledge cannot thrive where there is ________.

His _______ remarks are too stupid to be taken ________.

The _______ was very informative during the trip.

Being a man of maxims, he was ________ in what he said.

The ______ of war is death and cruelty.

In a state of __________, we are likely to have ___________.

The continued strong demand for business loans, combined with a tightening in the availability of funds has caused commercial banks in most parts of the country to begin trimming their lists of customers entitled to prime-rate loans.

The prime rate is the interest rate that banks charge their best customers with the highest credit ratings. The present rate is 5.5 percent.

The executive in charge of the national department at one of New York's leading banks noted yesterday, for example, that "the change has come particularly in the short and medium term range."

In these categories, the bank officers said, rates are generally 5.75% when they had been 5.5% formerly.

Short term loans are for less than one year while medium term loans are from one to five years.

A top executive at another large New York bank added that "we also see a trend toward shorter maturities on term loans." The longest maturity his bank would give the, he said, was seven or eight years at any rate.

"Personally I feel that we shouldn't be giving prime-rate loans on any maturities of more than two years," he asserted.

The president of a large Texas bank stated flatly that "we are negotiating with each individual customer," implying in that no customer is guaranteed the prime rate.

A senior loan officer at a major California bank said, "We've been shying away from even talking about the prime rate and have been fixing rates with each loan rather than gearing our rates to the prime."

One area, however, apparently not experiencing the pinch was Chicago, where the executive of a large bank reported that "I don't think we're in a position where we have to reduce the list of prime customers."



The most optimistic bank executive seems to be the one from the state of

The continued strong demand for business loans, combined with a tightening in the availability of funds has caused commercial banks in most parts of the country to begin trimming their lists of customers entitled to prime-rate loans.

The prime rate is the interest rate that banks charge their best customers with the highest credit ratings. The present rate is 5.5 percent.

The executive in charge of the national department at one of New York's leading banks noted yesterday, for example, that "the change has come particularly in the short and medium term range."

In these categories, the bank officers said, rates are generally 5.75% when they had been 5.5% formerly.

Short term loans are for less than one year while medium term loans are from one to five years.

A top executive at another large New York bank added that "we also see a trend toward shorter maturities on term loans." The longest maturity his bank would give the, he said, was seven or eight years at any rate.

"Personally I feel that we shouldn't be giving prime-rate loans on any maturities of more than two years," he asserted.

The president of a large Texas bank stated flatly that "we are negotiating with each individual customer," implying in that no customer is guaranteed the prime rate.

A senior loan officer at a major California bank said, "We've been shying away from even talking about the prime rate and have been fixing rates with each loan rather than gearing our rates to the prime."

One area, however, apparently not experiencing the pinch was Chicago, where the executive of a large bank reported that "I don't think we're in a position where we have to reduce the list of prime customers."



If a borrower gets a comparatively low rate, you may assume that they

The continued strong demand for business loans, combined with a tightening in the availability of funds has caused commercial banks in most parts of the country to begin trimming their lists of customers entitled to prime-rate loans.

The prime rate is the interest rate that banks charge their best customers with the highest credit ratings. The present rate is 5.5 percent.

The executive in charge of the national department at one of New York's leading banks noted yesterday, for example, that "the change has come particularly in the short and medium term range."

In these categories, the bank officers said, rates are generally 5.75% when they had been 5.5% formerly.

Short term loans are for less than one year while medium term loans are from one to five years.

A top executive at another large New York bank added that "we also see a trend toward shorter maturities on term loans." The longest maturity his bank would give the, he said, was seven or eight years at any rate.

"Personally I feel that we shouldn't be giving prime-rate loans on any maturities of more than two years," he asserted.

The president of a large Texas bank stated flatly that "we are negotiating with each individual customer," implying in that no customer is guaranteed the prime rate.

A senior loan officer at a major California bank said, "We've been shying away from even talking about the prime rate and have been fixing rates with each loan rather than gearing our rates to the prime."

One area, however, apparently not experiencing the pinch was Chicago, where the executive of a large bank reported that "I don't think we're in a position where we have to reduce the list of prime customers."



The tone of this article for portends

The continued strong demand for business loans, combined with a tightening in the availability of funds has caused commercial banks in most parts of the country to begin trimming their lists of customers entitled to prime-rate loans.

The prime rate is the interest rate that banks charge their best customers with the highest credit ratings. The present rate is 5.5 percent.

The executive in charge of the national department at one of New York's leading banks noted yesterday, for example, that "the change has come particularly in the short and medium term range."

In these categories, the bank officers said, rates are generally 5.75% when they had been 5.5% formerly.

Short term loans are for less than one year while medium term loans are from one to five years.

A top executive at another large New York bank added that "we also see a trend toward shorter maturities on term loans." The longest maturity his bank would give the, he said, was seven or eight years at any rate.

"Personally I feel that we shouldn't be giving prime-rate loans on any maturities of more than two years," he asserted.

The president of a large Texas bank stated flatly that "we are negotiating with each individual customer," implying in that no customer is guaranteed the prime rate.

A senior loan officer at a major California bank said, "We've been shying away from even talking about the prime rate and have been fixing rates with each loan rather than gearing our rates to the prime."

One area, however, apparently not experiencing the pinch was Chicago, where the executive of a large bank reported that "I don't think we're in a position where we have to reduce the list of prime customers."



It is untrue that

The continued strong demand for business loans, combined with a tightening in the availability of funds has caused commercial banks in most parts of the country to begin trimming their lists of customers entitled to prime-rate loans.

The prime rate is the interest rate that banks charge their best customers with the highest credit ratings. The present rate is 5.5 percent.

The executive in charge of the national department at one of New York's leading banks noted yesterday, for example, that "the change has come particularly in the short and medium term range."

In these categories, the bank officers said, rates are generally 5.75% when they had been 5.5% formerly.

Short term loans are for less than one year while medium term loans are from one to five years.

A top executive at another large New York bank added that "we also see a trend toward shorter maturities on term loans." The longest maturity his bank would give the, he said, was seven or eight years at any rate.

"Personally I feel that we shouldn't be giving prime-rate loans on any maturities of more than two years," he asserted.

The president of a large Texas bank stated flatly that "we are negotiating with each individual customer," implying in that no customer is guaranteed the prime rate.

A senior loan officer at a major California bank said, "We've been shying away from even talking about the prime rate and have been fixing rates with each loan rather than gearing our rates to the prime."

One area, however, apparently not experiencing the pinch was Chicago, where the executive of a large bank reported that "I don't think we're in a position where we have to reduce the list of prime customers."



When a loan matures, it

The continued strong demand for business loans, combined with a tightening in the availability of funds has caused commercial banks in most parts of the country to begin trimming their lists of customers entitled to prime-rate loans.

The prime rate is the interest rate that banks charge their best customers with the highest credit ratings. The present rate is 5.5 percent.

The executive in charge of the national department at one of New York's leading banks noted yesterday, for example, that "the change has come particularly in the short and medium term range."

In these categories, the bank officers said, rates are generally 5.75% when they had been 5.5% formerly.

Short term loans are for less than one year while medium term loans are from one to five years.

A top executive at another large New York bank added that "we also see a trend toward shorter maturities on term loans." The longest maturity his bank would give the, he said, was seven or eight years at any rate.

"Personally I feel that we shouldn't be giving prime-rate loans on any maturities of more than two years," he asserted.

The president of a large Texas bank stated flatly that "we are negotiating with each individual customer," implying in that no customer is guaranteed the prime rate.

A senior loan officer at a major California bank said, "We've been shying away from even talking about the prime rate and have been fixing rates with each loan rather than gearing our rates to the prime."

One area, however, apparently not experiencing the pinch was Chicago, where the executive of a large bank reported that "I don't think we're in a position where we have to reduce the list of prime customers."



The interest rate of prime-rate customers varies inversely with

Select the lettered pair wherein the words are related in the same way as the two words in the question are related to each other:

Restrain:Repress::

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concert : music ::

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VIBRATION: SOUND ::

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RUN : RACE ::

Select the lettered pair wherein the words are related in the same way as the two words in the question are related to each other:

STUDYING : LEARNING ::

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AFTERNOON : DUSK ::

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OBSTRUCTION : BUOY ::

Select the appropriate number preceding the word that is opposite in meaning to the capitalized word.

PREMEDITATED:

Select the appropriate number preceding the word that is opposite in meaning to the capitalized word.

CAPTIOUS:

Select the appropriate number preceding the word that is opposite in meaning to the capitalized word.

SEDULOUS:

Select the appropriate number preceding the word that is opposite in meaning to the capitalized word.

EFFULGENT:

Select the appropriate number preceding the word that is opposite in meaning to the capitalized word.

SANGUINE:

Select the appropriate number preceding the word that is opposite in meaning to the capitalized word.

TAUTOLOGY:

Select the word or expression that has most nearly the opposite meaning of the numbered word.

asseverate

Select the word or expression that has most nearly the opposite meaning of the numbered word.

fusion

Select the word or expression that has most nearly the opposite meaning of the numbered word.

extraneous

Select the word or expression that has most nearly the opposite meaning of the numbered word.

temporal

Select the word or expression that has most nearly the opposite meaning of the numbered word.

assuage

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ethereal

SKIN is to MAN as HIDE is to

RAIN is to DROP as SNOW is to

CONSTELLATION is to STAR as ARCHIPELAGO is to

RUBBER is to FLEXIBILITY as PIPE is to

ABSENCE is to PRESENCE as STABLE is to

SCHOLARLY is to UNSCHOLARLY as LEARNED is to

GOVERNOR is to STATE as GENERAL is to

How can you depend on a person who is so ___________?

In India, a wealthy person may travel in a __________ borne by means of poles resting on men's soldiers.

Man's fate is __________.

Select the correct error. No sentence contains more than one error. If No Error exists, then select number 5.

When the (1)members of the committee are (2)at odds; when they are in the process of offering (3)their resignations, problems become indissoluble.

Select the correct error. No sentence contains more than one error. If No Error exists, then select number 5.

When the reviews appeared in the (1)morning papers, we saw that (2)everybody but Carolyn and (3)him had received (4)adverse notices.

Select the correct error. No sentence contains more than one error. If No Error exists, then select number 5.

I (1)enjoy eating in (2)good restaurants and (3)to go to the theater (4)afterwards.

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