Bribery: Multiple Choice Grammar Test

Bribery involves offering, giving, receiving, soliciting or accepting something of value in a situation where the person who (1) _________ the bribe (2) _________ to perform a service in which gifts are offered in return for good service. Gifts of money or (3) _________ items of value which are (4) _________ available to everyone on an equivalent basis, and not (5) _________ dishonest purposes, is not bribery. A bribe may be money, goods, rights in action, property, preferment, privilege, emolument, objects of value, etc. (6) _________ in many regions of the world, bribery is considered a crime, and it can be severely punished, in other areas, bribery is more socially acceptable, (7) _________ can place a heavy burden on those in the (8) _________ ranks of society, as they cannot afford to bribe officials in the style to which they (9) _________. Bribes can also be more intangible, including things like offers of real estate, valuable objects, advantage, or (10) _________ a promise to induce or influence the action or a person. In order (11) _________ a bribe, the object of value must be offered and accepted with the understanding that the person, who accepts the bribe will be doing something in return. This differentiates bribes from gifts offered in genuine good will, and also distinguishes bribery from tipping, a practice which goes (12) _________ his or her normal job description.

1 accepted is accepting accepts is accepted
2 expecting is being expected is expected expects
3 the others other the other others
4 otherwise while unlike similar
5 under with on for
6 While As Though Like
7 what whose which that
8 more lower lower low law
9 are accustomed accustomed get accustom Accustoming
10 the merest merely mere merer
11 to consideration so to be considered to be considered to consider
12 beyond above otherwise below

1.C; 2.C; 3.B; 4.A; 5.D; 6.A; 7.C; 8.B; 9.A; 10.B; 11.C; 12.A

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