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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. grandiloquent
  2. girth
  3. harangue
  4. guise
  5. incongruous
  1. a not appropriate, unsuited to the surroundings; not fitting in (adjective)
  2. b attempting to impress with big words or grand gestures (adjective)
  3. c distance around something; circumference (noun)
  4. d to lecture, berate; a long bombastic speech (verb)
  5. e appearance, semblance (noun)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. overly dramatic, theatrical (adjective)
  2. one who eats or consumes a great deal; having capacity to receive or withstand something (noun)
  3. a small, miserable dwelling; an open, low shed (noun)
  4. To obstruct or interfere with; to delay (verb)
  5. to arouse to action (verb)

5 True/False questions

  1. grandiosegrand and impressive, especially flashy and showy (adjective)

          

  2. guilecunning, deceitfulness; artfulness (noun)

          

  3. harrowingextremely distressing; disturbing or frightening (adjective)

          

  4. husbandrymanagement of resources, especially in agriculture (noun)

          

  5. hoardto accumulate for future use; stockpile (verb)

          

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