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5 Matching questions

  1. Transient
  2. Gratuitous
  3. Hypothesize
  4. Intractable
  5. Plagiarize
  1. a To steal and to use anothers writing as ones own; (English teachers are always on the lookout for materials in themes that are ___________________.)
  2. b To reach a conclusion based on an assumption, or something not proven; (Before you begin your eperiments you should __________ about the possible outcomes.)
  3. c Stubborn, difficult to manage; (The _________ child was a discipline problem in every class.)
  4. d Quickly passing, fleeting; (The moment of happiness she enjoyed was merely __________; soon she was depressed.)
  5. e Givin freely, unwarented; (I resent your _________ comments becouse no one asked for them.)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Satisfied fully, indulged to excess; (He was quite _________ over finishing the 7-course meal.)
  2. To bring on or to bring about; (His personality changes were ___________ by his drugs.)
  3. A hater of man kind; (Hopefully, nuclear weapons will never fall into the hands of ______________.)
  4. Coarse, crude, and underfined; (Using foul language in front of your mother is ________)
  5. Friendly, sociable, and congeniable, civil and urbane; (She was blessed with having such an ___________ friend who was almost always good natured and obliging.)

5 True/False questions

  1. MeticulousTaking great care, (I am usually very _________ in completing my assignments.)

          

  2. VirtuousoHaving more than one meaning; (Finding an _________ test question is frustrating, since more than one answer can be correct.)

          

  3. EstrangeTo alienate, or seperate; (The neccessity to travel in his business may _________ him from his family for a short period of time.)

          

  4. LucidSatisfied fully, indulged to excess; (He was quite _________ over finishing the 7-course meal.)

          

  5. DocileEasily understood, mentally sound; (His __________ remarks helped everyone understand the new tax code.)

          

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