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New Pattern Cloze Test Part- 5

Published on Tuesday, December 05, 2017
New Pattern Cloze Test Part- 5
Africa has changed remarkably, and for the better, since I first worked as a young doctor in Angola some 20 years ago. But no change has been more (1) the way the (2) has adopted mobile technology. People in Africa – and, indeed, throughout low- and middle-income countries – are (3) opportunities that technology provides, using mobile phones for everything from making payments to issuing birth certificates, (4) access to health care.
The benefit of mobile technologies lies in access. In the era of digital world, barriers like geographical distance and low resources, which have long prevented billions of people from getting the essential care they need, are much easier to overcome. And, indeed, there are (5) ways in which technology can be deployed to improve health-care access and delivery. Of course, this is not new information, and a growing number of technology-based health initiatives have taken shape (6) years. The majority of projects have not made it past the pilot phase. The result is a highly (7) landscape of digital solutions – one that, in some cases, can add extra strain to existing health systems.
The first step to addressing this problem is to identify which factors (8) success – and which (9) it. Here, perhaps the most important observation relates to how the solution is linked to the reality on the ground. After all, technology is an effective catalyst for the innovation and progress of health-care delivery, not an end in itself.
Solutions that focus on end-users, whether health practitioners or patients, have the best chance of succeeding. Fundamental to this approach is the recognition that what users need are not necessarily the most advanced technologies, but rather solutions that are easy to use and implement. In fact, seemingly outdated technologies like voice and text messages can be far more useful tools for the intended users than the latest apps or cutting-edge (10) , say, nanotechnology.

Question 1. 

Which word fits the best for 1?
1) devious to
2) obvious than
3) eliminates of
4) devious for
5) obvious then
Answer 2

Question 2.

Which word fits the best for 2?
1) continent
2) fixture
3) match
4) oppose
5) defy
Answer 1

Question 3.

Which word fits the best for 3?
1) seizing the
2) creating to
3) seizing
4) receiving for
5) seizing of
Answer 1

Question 4.

Which word fits the best for 4?
1) with looking
2) to gaining
3) for gaining
4) on misplacing
5) of gaining
Answer 2

Question 5.

Which word fits the best for 5?
1) countless
2) percept
3) numerable
4) imitate
5) limited
Answer 1

Question 6.

Which word fits the best for 6?
1) in future
2) under previous
3) at recent
4) on earlier
5) in recent
Answer 5

Question 7.

Which word fits the best for 7?
1) clamp
2) fragmented
3) agglutinate
4) adhere
5) hitch on
Answer 2

Question 8.

Which word fits the best for 8?
1) lavishness
2) improvidence
3) ravage
4) decay
5) breed
Answer 5

Question 9.

Which word fits the best for 9?
1) advance
2) impede
3) assist
4) facilitate
5) forward
Answer 2

Question 10.

Which word fits the best for 10?
1) remains in
2) developments in
3) innovations in
4) continues in
5) persists in
Answer 3

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