5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a a. A seemingly self-contradictory statement that, on closer examination, proves worthy of belief. b. Someone or something that is full of contradictions and inconsistencies.
- b Foreshadowing evil; menacing or threatening.
- c Hardworking; thorough and persistent.
- d a. A debt or obligation, especially of a financial nature. b. A hindrance or handicap.
- e At fault; blameworthy.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a. A highly select group of superior individuals. b. Select; superior.
- Fat and bulky.
- To banish or exclude from a group; to shun.
- a. An intentionally obscure statement; a riddle b. Someone or something that is puzzling or mysterious.
- The point at which the plot of a novel or drama is finally resolved; the outcome or solution of a complex sequence of events.
5 True/False Questions
plaintive → Profitable
discourse → No longer in use; outmoded.
premise → a. A statement upon which an argument is based or from which a conclusion is drawn. b. To state or assume as the basis for something else; to offer in advance as an explanation of, or introduction to, something else.
envisage → To have a mental image of something, especially when the thing does not yet exist; to conceive of.
precarious → Developing unusually early.