Source: Revised GRE PDF 1st Ed. Section 3: Verbal; #7 (p. 52)

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Room acoustics design criteria are determined according to

Room acoustics design criteria are determined according to the room’s intended use. Music, for example, is best (i) in spaces that are reverberant, a condition that generally makes speech less (ii) . Acoustics suitable for both speech and music can sometimes be created in the same space, although the result is never perfect, each having to be (iii) to some extent. Blank (i): controlled, appreciated, employed Blank (ii): abrasive, intelligible, ubiquitous Blank (iii): compromised, eliminated, considered

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