5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a (adj.)
quarrelsome / belligerent
- b (adj.)
harmful / causing injury / deadly / destructive
- c (adj.)
remarkably bad / conspicuously offensive
- d (adj.)
coarse / foul-mouthed
- e (n.)
easing of grief / comfort in sorrow / consolation
5 Multiple Choice Questions
wild fit / temporary madness or delirium
- evade responsibility.
"Emily always did her chores diligently and on time, unlike her brother, who always passed the buck."
draw forth / educe
compulsion / force / coercion / constraint by threat
unrelenting / inflexible / incapable of being dissuaded
5 True/False Questions
brash → (adj.)
hasty and unthinking / lacking sensitivity and tact / impudent
paucity → (n.)
scarcity / small number or amount / dearth / scarce supply
tangible → (adj.)
discernible to touch / palpable / possible to be treated as fact
affluent → (adj.)
rich / well off
take (someone) down a peg → be drunk / be intoxicated.
"The preacher who always condemns consumption of alcohol is such a hypocrite, for yesterday he obviously felt no pain."