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C1.Since food (1)_____ both important for physical and mental well being,
theimportance of food in life is huge. Proper nutrition means (2)_____ you get
all the essential nutrients required for healthy functioning of the body through
your diet. These essential nutrients can only be obtained (3)_____ the diet. If
your body is in shortage of these nutrients, it can have adverse effects on your
overall functioning. The body (4)_____ the right amount of nutrients, and this
can be only done through the diet. Importance of food nutrition can also be
understood by the fact that even if a single micronutrient is missing or is in
short supply, it (5)_____ cause serious implications for the functioning of the
entire body. There are many different nutrients that (6)_____ to be consumed in
order to maintain healthy functioning of the body. These nutrients (7)_____
vitamins and minerals, fats, carbohydrates, and proteins. Each of these nutrients
(8)______a vital role to play in the functioning of the body. Therefore, the
deficiency of any one of them can cause (9)_____ organ system to fail. For
instance, potassium deficiency causes muscle cramps and calcium deficiency
can (10)_____ heart and bone diseases.

1. Is
2. That
3. Through
4. Needs
5. Can
6. Need
7. Are

8. Have
9. The
10. cause

C2. A healthy diet is the basis for (1)_____ well-functioning body. Food is the
source of (2)_____ for all of our bodily functions and directly affects how our
bodies and minds function in (3)_____ stage of life. There are a variety of
reasons why a healthy diet is (4)_______, including disease prevention,
maintenance of a healthy weight and quality of life. Calories are the unit of
measure (5)_____ stored energy in food. The energy provided by food calories
is needed for every function of the (6)______, including thought, physical
activity, growth and healing. According to Medline Plus, foods containing an
equal (7)______ of calories and nutrients are ideal for a balanced diet. Proteins,
carbohydrates and fats are the building blocks of energy. After ingestion,
carbohydrates are broken down into glucose, (8)______ provides raw energy
that is either used immediately or stored in the muscles for later use. Complex
carbohydrates like whole grains, vegetables and fruits provide a (9)______ of
calories and nutrients, whereas simple carbs such as sugar and white flour are
high in calories and low in nutrients, making them a poor choice (10)_____
energy production.
1. A
2. Health
3. Our
4. Needed
5. Of
6. Body
7. Amount

8. And
9. Lot
10. Of

C3.Most people have a (1)______ idea about what they want for their lives. The
capacity to relay that vision to others is the challenge. This is something that
sets apart a leader from (2)______ rest.The main quality that all leaders share is
that they have a clear (3)_____ exciting vision for the future, and the ability to
communicate that vision.Only a leader can (4)_____ about the future and plan
for the future each day.In order to develop a clear vision andplan for your
future, there are several tips to keep (5)_____ minds. Firstly, let communicate
your vision. Secondly, let motivate people (6)_____ give their best. It is the
vision of the future possibilities, of what can be, that arouses emotion and
motivates people to give their best.The most powerful vision (7)_____ always
qualitative, aimed at and described in terms of values and mission. It is not a
quantitative vision, described (8)______ terms of money and numbers. Thirdly,
let keep in mind that money is important. Of course, money is important. The
decision and commitment to ‘be the best in the business,’ though, is far more
exciting. Last but not (9)_____, let practice patience under pressure. This is the
important quality required for rapid promotion is the ability to function well
under pressure, especially in a crisis.Keeping your good performance in a crisis
(10)______ to practice patience and self-control under difficult or disappointing
1. Little
2. The
3. Minded
4. Talk

5. In
6. To
7. Are
8. In
9. Least
10. Help

C4.There are (1)______ major mental obstacles that deter financial success.
The most common reason is that some people believe, for whatever reason, that
they don’t deserve to (2)_____ rich.Some people believe that they don’t deserve
to be successful and happy.Of course, this (3)_____ untrue. Yet, this negative
way of thinking can lead to destructive financial habits. These habits can be
hard to break. The first thing to do is that you (4)______ change your attitude
toward money. Negative experiences in childhood, which are all too common,
can have terrible effects. For example, when people (5)______ do succeed as
the result of hard work, they feel guilty.These guilt feelings then cause them to
do things to get rid of the money, to throw it away. They spend it or invest it
foolishly. They lend (6)_____, lose it or give it away. They engage in selfsabotage. It can come in the form of overeating, excessive drinking, drug usage,
marital infidelity and often dramatic personality (7)______.To change your
results with money, you have to change your attitude (8)______ it. You have to
make a habit of seeing money as something positive. It must be courted and
coaxed and flattered and treated (9)_____ care and attention. It gravitates
toward people who respect it, value it and are capable of doing worthwhile
things with it. It flees from people who do not understand it, or who do not take
proper care (10)_____ it.
1. Many

2. Be
3. Is
4. Should
5. Actually
6. It
7. Change
8. To
9. And
10. Of

C5.In a 2005 article called ‘Effects of Exercise and Diet on Chronic Disease’ it
was reported that chronic illnesses in Western society (1)_____ increasing and
are now the leading causes of death in the modern (2)_____. The Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC state that the top three killers (3)_____
America are heart disease, cancer and stroke as of 2007. The 2005 article also
states that these chronic diseases are based (4)____ three main factors including
genetics, diet, and physical activity levels. They state that most people have the
perception that genes cause chronic disease, (5)_____ they state that the genetic
factors are heavily influenced (6)_____ the environment and lifestyle that the
person lives and not solely based (7)______ genes. Simply put, this means that
if someone (8)_____ a family history of disease, they do not (9)_______ have
the same destiny (10)_____ they make appropriate lifestyle changes.
1. Are
2. Society
3. In
4. On
5. And

6. By
7. On
8. Has
9. Believe
10. So

C6.The more (1)_____ you invest into setting priorities before you begin a task,
the faster you will get the important things done. The (2)_____ important and
valuable the task is to you, the more motivated you are to overcome
procrastination and launch yourself into the job.William Matthews said, ‘The
first law of success is concentration – to bend all the energies to one point, and
to go directly (3)______ that point, looking neither to the right or to the left’.
Today, I want to share a method of (4)_____-management for setting priorities
that I’ve been using for years, called the ABCDE method.The ABCDE Method
is (5)_____ powerful priority setting technique that you can use (6)_____ single
day. This technique is so simple and effective that it can make you one of the
most efficient and effective people (7)______ your field. The ABCDE list is a
to-do-list on steroids when it comes to learning (8)______ to prioritize.The
power of this technique lies in its simplicity because it’s so action
oriented.Discipline yourself (9)_____ do nothing else until this one job is
complete. It will become one of the best time-management tools you (10)_____
1. Thinking
2. More
3. To
4. Lifestyle
5. A

6. Every
7. In
8. And
9. To
10. Can

C7.The most powerful word (1)______ how to become a public speaker is
“ask”. The future belongs to the askers. The future belongs to people who
confidently ask for what they (2)_____, and especially to speak to a company or
organization.You can call them up (3)______explain that you specialize in this
subject and that you’d love to speak to their organization.Ask them for the
opportunity. Ask them (4)______ more information. Ask them if they use
speakers and when they will next be using a speaker again.The more you ask,
the more answers you (5)______.When I began my speaking career I advertised
my seminars (6)_____ every possible way: radio, television, newspapers and
even billboards if you can imagine, and direct mail by the thousands of pieces.
And I did that (7)_____ I was broke.I used to joke that when I started off in
professional speaking I learned how to sell again. I (8)______ my house. I sold
my car and my furniture. I sold nearly everything trying to buy business with
public advertising.You cannot get (9)______ engagements or even seminar
attendees by simply advertising.Finally, when I had no more money I picked up
the telephone and got (10)_____ hold of decision makers and made
1. Is
2. Want
3. And
4. For

5. Get
6. In
7. And
8. Sold
9. Any
10. Hold

C8.The start of a new year always represents (1)_____ exciting time. For many
people, it feels like a fresh start – a brand new year full of brand (2)_____
possibilities. In preparation for a (3)_____ new year, there are several things
that people often as follow. Firstly, before you can achieve (4)_____ goals, you
first have to set them.These goals should be (5)_____ than the typical New
Year’s resolutions that are all but forgotten by the time February rolls around;
they should be serious commitments that you (6)______ through on for the
duration of 2018.The specific goals you set is entirely up to you. They could be
related to your health, your relationships, your career, (7)______ anything
between.The important part is that you choose goals that mean something to
you and follow through to make those goals a reality. Secondly, so far too many
people remain in negative situations (8)______ they feel as if they are stuck
there with no opportunity for escape. Finally, you should learn (9)_____to say
‘No’. There is such a thing as stretching ourselves too thin, and people (10)____
far too often guilty of agreeing to more than they can actually handle.
1. An
2. New
3. Positive
4. Your
5. More

6. Do
7. And
8. So
9. How
10. Get
C9.We often judge the (1)_____ brilliant people because they’re different. But
we don’t need them to be normal; we need them to be brilliant.The world needs
brilliance, (2)____ it always has. It’s rare and powerful, and when it has a
chance to reach its full (3)_____ in just the right circumstances, we are all better
off for it.But brilliance can be a challenge. Those among us who march to the
beat of a different drummer can be intimidating, or (4)_____ strange. They
don’t do small talk very well. You might not invite them to your next dinner
party. They are not standard in any way.The truth (5)_____, we don’t need these
people to be normal or standard in any way. We need them to try and fail
10,000 (6)_____ to invent the next light bulb, or figure out a way to fly, or go to
Mars, or improve our lives in some way that we have (7)____ thought of
(8)_____ predicted. Why? Because they are brilliant (9)_____they always have
been, even when the rest of the world is not quite sure (10)_____ to make of
1. Successful
2. That
3. Achievement
4. Very
5. Is
6. Times
7. Not
8. Or

9. People
10. What

C10.We know the tried-and-true advice (1)____ optimal digestive health: Eat
lots of fiber, drink tons of water and avoid greasy foods. But what (2)_____ the
physical things you can do?David Greuner, M.D., the surgical director at NYC
Surgical Associates, offers his tips (3)_____ physically aiding your digestion,
and suggests the yoga poses below for optimal digestion. Firstly, (4)____ up
straight. Minimize your heartburn risk by sitting up straight. ‘Good posture
daily can help with stomach discomfort,’ Greuner says. ‘After (5)_____ meal, it
will help your digestion if you remain upright and avoid positions such as
slouching and lying down.’. Secondly, rest (6)______ eating. Don’t partake in
any strenuous activity after eating (7)_____ large meal. ‘You actually digest the
most when you are resting, and digestion slows when in motion,’Greuner says.
Thirdly, strike a pose. Yoga poses can help open up the abdomen, Greuner says.
‘Yoga helps (8)_____ your breath with many different breathing exercises. By
doing this, you are strengthening the diaphragm muscles, which will help
prevent reflux. There (9)____ also certain stretches that target abdominal
organs, and twists (10)_____ can help massage and wring out stuck intestinal
1. The
2. Are
3. On
4. Stand
5. A
6. After
7. A
8. For

9. Are
10. That
C11.I’ve written over 70 books over my 40-year career, and I can (1)____ you
that as much as we would (2)____ them to, books don’t write themselves.
Motivation is the measurement of the energy that (3)____ put into any
endeavor.When you write a book, you are bound (4)____struggle with periods
where you lack the motivation to write or experience writer’s block. To combat
this, you need (5)_____arsenal of tools and techniques that you can use to help
you overcome motivational issues like getting started writing, finding (6)_____
message, or getting rid of writer’s block. Writing is a job and every job needs
the ‘write’ tool.First, you should (7)____everyday. Second, don’tedit as you
write. You should keep writing and (8)____ editing for the very end. Third, get
rid of distractions. Get rid (9)______ distractions when you write. Writing a
book requires all of your attention. Create a space where there are few if any
outside distractions. Your goal is to eliminate all distractions and get (10)____ a
state of flow.
1. Tell
2. Want
3. You
4. To
5. Many
6. A
7. Enjoy
8. Leave
9. All
10. Into

C12.For (1)____ growing child, nutrition is all the more important. The
importance of nutrition in child development simply cannot (2)____ denied.
Since the child is still in the growing stages, all the organs are developing, and
the child needs (3)_____ lot of nutrition for proper growth. In childhood, the
importance of food and dairy products is unsurpassed. Dairy products are the
richest source (4)_____ calcium. A growing child, who is still developing the
body’s bones, needs a lot of calcium. Educationists all over the world (5)____
realized the importance of nutrition education. Since children are the target of
advertising for junk food manufacturers, it (6)_____ important that education
about food and nutrition importance be given in schools. Today, the importance
(7)______ food and nutrition is taught to students from the time they are in
school. This helps them in dealing with nutrition as well (8)_____ their body’s
needs. Nutrition education can also (9)_____ you find out what is dietary
cholesterol, what is dietary fat, what is dietary fiber, what is dietary supplement,
and what (10)____ dietetics.
KEY: 1. A
2. Be
3. A
4. Of
5. Have
6. Is
7. Of
8. As
9. Let
10. Are

C13.From infancy we're taught that we need to (1)_____ accountable for our
actions. If we hurt someone, we (2)_____ apologize; if we take something that
isn’t ours, we should give it back. As we mature, holding others accountable

(3)_____ their words and actions enables us to live with purpose and integrity.
But what happens when those in our lives struggle with being held accountable
for their (4)_____? There are 3 reasons. Firstly, their word is their bond.With
clear limits in place they had (5)____ explain their motivations in greater depth
and were more likely to be bound by their word. Secondly, it’s your
expectationthat matters.Your expectations (6)____ relationships, friendships
and work dynamics matter. If you have respectfully asked a certain family
member, for example, to stop speaking poorly (7)_____ your wife, it is both
justified and necessary to hold them accountable for their words. Tell them what
you need, how their words (8)_____ your family and that you would love to be
a part of their life only when your expectation for basic respect has been
met.Thirdly, you love yourself and honor (9)_____ limits.The more we hold
(10)_____ accountable for how they treat us, the better our self esteem.
1. Be
2. Should
3. For
4. Actions
5. To
6. To
7. To
8. Affect
9. Your
10. The

C14.Our physical environment (1)_____ have an enormous impact on our
wellbeing. Although we don’t (2)_____ complete control over our
surroundings, we can make specific efforts to infuse them with positivity.Think

about your office: What feelings (3)_____ it inspire? People who flank their
computers with pictures of loved ones aren’t just decorating—they’re (4)____ a
hit of positive emotion each time they glance that direction. Bring (5)_____
framed picture of your spouse, child or closest friends to set on your desk. It’ll
boost your mood (6)____ time it catches your eye.Making time (7)_____ go
outside on a nice day also delivers a huge advantage. One study found that
spending 30 minutes outside (8)____ good weather not only boosted one’s
positive mood but also broadened thinking and (9)______ working memory.
Don’t forget to take a break from the screen every once in a while for a breath
of fresh air.You have (10)_____ power to set yourself up for success.
1. Will
2. Need
3. Does
4. Being
5. The
6. Every
7. To
8. In
9. Helps
10. The

C15. I learned (1)____ accept my error. I discovered the value of growing from
my mistakes (2)______ coming to terms with missed opportunities. With time,
though, I have come to (3)_____ that many common errors, and the regrets that
follow, can (4)_____ avoided. With foresight and forethought, you (5)_____
spare yourself the wounds that result from mistakes like these.Nothing is more
limiting (6)_____ being with the wrong people. They drag you down, limit your
growth, distract your (7)______ and inflict negative thinking upon you. In

contrast, the right people are like your personal cheerleading squad, pushing
you to victory.Determine (8)_____ kind of people who inspire you to be your
best. These include those who offer unconditional love, (9)______ value to me,
continually grow, walk with me, and enjoy life. Their optimism, enthusiasm and
sense of adventure (10)______ contagious. KEY: 1. To 2. And 3. Conclude 4.
Be 5. Can 6. Than 7. Attention 8. What 9. That 10. Are ##### C16.There are
five character qualities (1)______ each side of the blocks on the Pyramid of
Success that Coach Wooden referred to as the ‘mortar’ that held the other
blocks together. These character qualities bond (2)_____ other 15 character
traits and make them sturdy, solid and unshakable.The mortar on the left side of
the Pyramid is made up (3)_____ambition, adaptability, resourcefulness, fight
and faith. The mortar on (4) ____ right side is sincerity, honesty, reliability,
integrity and patience.Coach Wooden explained (5)_____ strategic placement
of faith and patience by describing how they are ‘leading up from competitive
greatness to the top, success, according (6)_____ my definition, at the apex. On
one side, I have patience, and on the other side, I have faith. You need those two
things.’ More (7)_____ once, Coach said that faith and patience could be at the
very top (8)____ the very bottom of the Pyramid. He believed (9)_____ these
qualities are both the goals and the bedrock of what we need to maintain the
other blocks on the Pyramid as we overcome obstacles on (10)_____ journey to
1. For
2. Each
3. Of
4. The
5. The
6. To
7. Than

8. And
9. All
10. Our

C17.High blood pressure, or hypertension, may result (1)____ heart failure and
premature death. A diet high in whole grains, poultry, fish and nuts but that
limits red meat, fats, sweets and sugary drinks (2)_____ the risk of developing
hypertension. Salt and sodium intake (3)_____ also a primary contributing
factor in heart disease. Many processed and prepared foods (4)_____ high
sodium levels; avoid these products if you have any heart problems. For optimal
results, (5)_____ a heart-healthy diet with regular aerobic exercise, which helps
keep blood flowing and the heart pumping.A healthy diet provides adequate
amounts of vitamins and nutrients, which (6)_____ essential for growth, energy
and proper development. When vitamin levels are inadequate, serious health
problems can result. Vitamin A deficiency, for (7)_____, can cause blindness in
children and is particularly dangerous for pregnant women. Vitamin deficiency
anemia is caused by insufficient vitamin C, folate and vitamin B12 levels,
leading (8)_____ extreme fatigue, dizziness, shortness of breath, weight loss
and other undesirable symptoms. (9)_____you think you might have a vitamin
deficiency, see your doctor for some dietary suggestions, and consider taking
(10)____ daily multivitamin.
KEY: 1. To
2. Eliminates
3. Is
4. Are
5. Have
6. Are
7. Example

8. To
9. Do
10. A

C18.Early in my career, I was named pastor of a church in California. To my
congregants it (1)_____ a well-loved worship hall, steeped in tradition. To me it
was an overcrowded building in a less-than-desirable location.Within two years,
I (2)_____ the leadership into moving and expanding. I found a great spot with
a manageable price tag. In (3)_____ youthfulness and eagerness, I thought
building a church was as easy as hiring an architect, (4)_____ engineer and a
construction firm. I was so wrong.Even then California was a highly regulated
state, and I encountered one blow after (5)_____: Local officials nixed the first
design; endangered birds restricted construction on the second. We proposed
building elsewhere (6)_____ the property only to discover endangered plants.
We relocated (7)______ and found remnants of an (8)______indigenous
population. Years passed (9)_____ we kept doling out money, mandatory
ecological studies, environmental mitigation (10)_____, costly new building
1. Was
2. Convinced
3. The
4. An
5. Another
6. On
7. Again
8. Local
9. On

10. And

C19.Research from the University of Michigan (1)_____ that the right dose of
constructive criticism is actually one (2)_____ the biggest factors in predicting a
high-performing team. And research from John Gottman, Ph.D., a top
relationship researcher, also found (3)_____ is a sweet spot for how much
criticism helps keep relationships alive.Both teams of researchers arrived
(4)_____ a similar conclusion: In order to keep (5)______ relationship or work
team performing well, five or six positive interactions (6)______ needed for
every one criticism or negative interaction.Criticism, (7)_______ delivered
thoughtfully, helps teams perform better and helps people improve their
behavior. It (8)_____ wakes people up and makes them realize they can’t be
complacent. If people on your team are doing a terrible job, they deserve
(9)_____ know so they can improve their work. And if your partner is acting in
a way that upsets you, he or she should know why.Keeping this research in
mind, here are a (10)______tips for delivering criticism.
1. Showed
2. Of
3. Out
4. To
5. The
6. Are
7. Are
8. ___ ( no need answer. It’s correct)
9. To
10. Few

C20.Often, hearing the words, ‘We need to talk’ from (1)_____ boss, partner or
friend sends you (2)_____ panic mode. If you hate hearing about the things
you’ve done wrong (3)______ the mistakes you’ve made, you’re not alone. We
don’t like being criticized, (4)_____ honest feedback is one of the most valuable
tools we have for self-improvement. Criticism hurts for (5)______ reason, and
the explanation lies in neuroscience. In order to keep us alive, our brains have
evolved to react much more strongly (6)______ negative things. The brain has
evolved this way for a good reason: to keep us safe. Just as 20,000 years ago,
the brain (7)_____ trying to keep hunter-gatherers safe from warring tribes,
your brain reacts the (8)______ way to a critical comment from your spouse or
boss.But just because that negative feedback hurts, (9) ______ your partner
have avoided giving it? And should you avoid doing the same?No way! As long
as you put a little bit of thought (10)_____ it.
1. Your
2. Into
3. And
4. A
5. One
6. To
7. Was
8. Same
9. ___ ( no need answer. It’s correct)
10. into

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