Below is a text with blanks. For each blank, there is a list of choices. Select the appropriate answer choice for each blank.
Every individual has his own personality that belongs to him, from every other individual. But the development of that personality is dependent on relations with other personalities and with the physical which limits his activity. As an individual, his primary interest is in self, but he finds by experience that he cannot survive in . His impulses, his feelings, and his ideas are due to the relations that he has with that which is outside of himself. He may exercise choice, but it is within the limits set by these outside relations. He may make use of what they can do for him or he may antagonize them; he cannot them. How the individual best adapts himself to his environment and adapts the environment to his own needs helps establish certain definite relationships. Any group of individuals, who have thus consciously relationships with one another and with their social environment, is a society. The relationships through which the interplay of social forces is constantly going on make up the social .
Answer: (1) B. distinct (2) D. environment (3) A. solitude (4) B. ignore (5) A. established (6) C. organization
Solution The text emphasizes the importance of relationships in human society. Even if an individual has a distinct (1) personality, its development depends on relations with others and with 'environment' (2). An individual cannot live in 'solitude (3). He can use or antagonize others but cannot 'ignore' (4) them. The filler for blank (5) - 'established relationships - is stated in the preceding sentence. This interplay of relations makes up the social organization' (6).