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Read the following passage and answer the questions (1 through 5)
A distinctively American architecture began with Frank Lloyd Wright, who had taken to heart the admonition that form should follow function, and who thought of buildings not as separate architectural entities but as parts of an organic whole that included the land, the community, and the society. In a very real way the houses of colonial New England and some of the southern plantations had been functional, but Wright was the first architect to make functionalism the authoritative principle for public as well as for domestic buildings. As early as 1906 he built the Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois, the first of those churches that did so much to revolutionize ecclesiastical architecture in the United States. Thereafter he turned his genius to such miscellaneous structures as houses, schools, office buildings, and factories, among them the famous Larkin Building in Buffalo, New York, and the Johnson Wax Company building in Racine, Wisconsin.
The phrase “taken to heart” is closest in meaning to which of the following?
In what way did Wright’s public buildings differ from most of those built by earlier architects?
The author mentions the Unity Temple because it ¾¾.
The passage mentions that all of the following structures were built by Wright EXCEPT ¾¾.
Which of the following statements best reflects one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural principles?A.
Choose the correct spelling Accelerete
The university requires that all its students —- this course.
I am not used to —- at this time of the day.
Try to keep —- the class.
You will come – the evening.
I heard the baby ¾ for his food.
Complete the sentence. We don’t plan to attend the concert, and ––––––.
Complete the sentence. This pen won’t write; it____ of ink.
By the next Monday, I –––– my report.
We’re going by bus, if we were going by boat, –––––– much happier.
Choose the correct sentence.
Abul would rather –––––– the movie at a cinema hall –––––– at home.
His going home is uncertain. It is ––––––
Choose the correct sentence.
The plan turned out to be ___ since it would have required more financial backing than was available.
She took me to task (Passive).
I was satisfied with your work (Active)
Choose the correct option.
Among them few –––––– willing to help.
‘Out of sorts’- means
“kith and kin” means––––
What type of phrase is the following underlined words? The fox without a tail called a meeting.
California relies heavily on income from fruit crops, and ––––––.
John is – different from his brother Jack.
In his speech, the headmaster urged the teachers to discover and ––––––– each student’s ––––––– talents.
Select the SYNONYM: BIGOTRY
Select the SYNONYM: PARADOXICAL
Select the SYNONYM: HARBINGER
Select the SYNONYM: DENOUNCE
Select the SYNONYM: RETICENT
Select the SYNONYM: VAPID
Select the SYNONYM: PROBITY
Select the SYNONYM: SURMISE
Select the SYNONYM: MANIPULATE
Select the SYNONYM: VIRULENT
Choose the ANTONYM: PERTURB
Choose the ANTONYM: SORDID
Choose the ANTONYM: VENERATE
Choose the ANTONYM: VERACIOUS
Choose the ANTONYM: WAVER
Choose the ANTONYM: PUERILE
Choose the ANTONYM: RETICENT
Choose the ANTONYM: PAROCHIAL
Choose the ANTONYM: SURFEIT
Choose the ANTONYM: VILIFY