← PSAT Lesson 24 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a Courteous going along with the opinions or wishes of another. In ___ to your wishes, I will not see him again.
- b shameless, insolent, disrespectful. Pinching that woman was a very ___ act.
- c Speaking in a monotonous tone; a continuous low humming sound. I could hardly endure the constant ___ of the speaer's voice.
- d A company or group-- Usually theatrical performers. A Shakespeare ___ is coming to town to perform Macbeth.
- e to degrade, to humiliate. the bitter woman deliberately set out to ___ her husband in public.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- causing to be useless, crippling, causing to appear stupid. The teacher ___ his position in the classroom if he permits bad behavior.
- A recent convert, beginner, novice. Being a ___ to surfing, he is having trouble catching a wave.
- A short, ficticious story that has a moral. Jesus often imparted knowledge to his disciples through ___.
- A scholar, a learned person. Woodrow Wilson is an example of a ___ who became president.
- Impressive, imposing. They have ___ plans to build a new football stadium.
5 True/False Questions
decorum → Appropriate conduct, correct and proper behaviour. The students' ___ at the dance was excellent.
comiserate → to renounce, to give up power. In order to marry the commoner, the king had to ___ his thr
Unequivocal → Without a doubt, clear. The president stated in an ___ manner, "If nominated, I will run; nd if elected, I will serve".
Reproach → To blame for something; a disgrace. Her conduct was so good that it was beyond ___.
caustic → sarcastically biting, acrid. Critics are known for their ___ remarks about movies that they do not like.