It'S Not Just the ______ Reggae and Dance Hall Music that Sets Their Party Experience Apart, the Group Has a Disc Jockey Who ______ the Crowd to Dance, Interacts with Them and Also Raps to the Music. - English Language

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In the following sentence, there are two blank spaces. Below the sentence, there are four pairs of words. Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make the sentence meaningfully complete.

It's not just the ______ reggae and dance hall music that sets their party experience apart, the group has a Disc Jockey who ______ the crowd to dance, interacts with them and also raps to the music.

Options

  • regular, extols

  • groovy, exhorts

  • morose, compels

  • upbeat, beats

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Solution

It's not just the groovy reggae and dance hall music that sets their party experience apart, the group has a Disc Jockey who exhorts the crowd to dance, interacts with them and also raps to the music.

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