SAT® Sentence Completion Exercises


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For these exercises, choose the appropriate words to complete the sentences. These will help prepare for SAT Sentence Completion Tests.

Subject Exercises:
1. SAT Sentence Completion 1
2. SAT Sentence Completion 2
3. SAT Sentence Completion 3
4. SAT Sentence Completion 4

Similar Exercises:
GRE Sentence Equivalence

Multiple choice section of Vocabulary Exercises page
1. We have to do some research in order to ---- the possible factors that could affect the outcome of the project.

A) determine
B) refuse
C) diminish
D) remain
E) descend


2. John ---- his skills beyond everyone's expectations and won this year's swimming competition.

A) despised
B) decreased
C) improved
D) hesitated
E) inclined


3. It is a well-known fact that because of the danger that it represents, one has to ---- from smoking.

A) prevent
B) disappoint
C) cease
D) remove
E) refrain


4. Many people ---- the consequences of high blood pressure, but family physicians stress that hypertension is a dangerous condition if left untreated.

A) apprehend
B) assess
C) measure
D) underestimate
E) appreciate


5. I think my brother has ---- his friends badly and displayed selfishness for a long time.

A) respected
B) treated
C) acted
D) protected
E) healed


6. Color-blind people usually suffer from the inability to ---- between certain colors or shades of a color.

A) deliver
B) differentiate
C) follow
D) pursue
E) mention


7. The prime minister dismisses criticism that he has ---- the economy and social issues.

A) advanced
B) recovered
C) proceeded
D) neglected
E) discovered


8. As I ---- Mr. Robson's behavior towards me, I will not tolerate it any more.

A) admire
B) engage
C) detest
D) initiate
E) recur


9. The Highways Agency warned drivers to be extra careful and to delay journeys if bad weather ----.

A) facilitates
B) persists
C) hinders
D) concludes
E) terminates


10. Due to the continual noise from the street below, I couldn't ---- what I was reading.

A) comprehend
B) bother
C) misuse
D) consider
E) calculate

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