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**Directions (1 to 8) : In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These members are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate words.**

When we **(1) ___** started thirty years ago in 1977, we did not know anything about to run a bank for the poor. We therefore looked at how others ran their operations and **(2) ___** from their mistakes. In Bangladesh, conventional banks and credit co-operatives always **(3)** **___**lump sum repayments. This created **(4) ___** problems because repaying in a lump sum was a mental hurdle for borrowers. They tended to delay repayment and get further into debt in the **(5) ___**. In the end they usually **(6) ___** totally on the loan, which was a loss to the bank. In structuring our own loans. I decided to ask for a daily payment. Monitoring repayment was **(7)** **___**and it filled people with **(8) ___** that they could repay their loans.

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**Solve as per the DIRECTION given above:**

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