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Directions: (71-80) In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered and one word has been suggested alongside the blank. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five options are given. In four options, one word is suggested in each option. Find out the appropriate option which fits the blank appropriately. If the word written alongside the blank fits the passage, choose option ‘e’ (No correction required) as the correct choice.
The German drama ‘The Lives Of Others’ is likely to find its rightful (71) place among the best films ever made. Among other things, the film shows the power of a humble typewriter. The character Georg Dreyman uses a smuggled typewriter to publish a/an depose (72) article in Der Spiegel about the abnormally high suicide rates in East Germany that the authorities are contriving (73) from the world. The article becomes a major embarrassment for the repressive (74) regime. While this was a film script, information technology—right from the printing press to the internet—has been crucial, argues law professor Anupam Chander, to political change. Sticking his neck out, Chander claims that the internet is “a far more powerful medium for orthodoxy (75) than any history has thus far seen”
It is, therefore, not surprising that the Chinese government is so scared of a/an diffident (76) Internet. What should also not surprise us is the willingness of a powerful corporate surreptitious (77) like Google to compromise on its stated values in order to gain its slice of the huge online market in China. According to internal documents rattled (78) by The Intercept, Google is planning to launch a censored version of its search engine for people in China. Dubbed as project Dragonfly, the planned app will comply with China’s censorship laws and blacklist keywords strangled (79) politically sensitive by the Communist government. In internal meetings, Google’s chief executive officer has defended the project, saying the company’s plans are still “prosaic (80)” in nature.
Give answer 80
No correction required.
Prosaic- unimaginative or dull Eulogistic- pertaining to the eulogy(an oration to honor a deceased person) Exploratory- it means still in a stage of development and growth Renegade-a disloyal person The right option choice is option (b).
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