5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a urge; plead for
The abolitionists advocated freedom for the slaves.
- b assistant
Though Wellington delegated many tasks to his chief adjutant, Lord Fitzroy Somerset, Somerset was in no doubt as to who made all major decisions.
- c items of business at a meeting
We had so much difficulty agreeing upon an agenda that there was very little time for the meeting.
- d (n) correspondence; same; parallelism;
She felt an affinity with all who suffered; their pains were her pains.
- e refer to; mention
Since you advert to this matter so frequently, you must regard it as important.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- intensify; amplify; enlarge; elevate; escalate (đất đai, quyền lực)
The history of the past quarter century illustrates how a President may aggrandize his power to act
aggressively in international affairs without considering the wishes of Congress.
- shield; defense
Under the aegis of the Bill of Rights, we enjoy our most treasured freedoms.
- one who is skeptical of the existence of knowability of a god or any ultimate reality (thuyết k thể biết)
The agnostic demanded proof before she would accept the statement of the minister.
adverse circumstances compelled him to close his business.
- arrival (sự đến)
Most Americans were unaware of the advent of the Nuclear Age until the news of Hiroshima reached
5 True/False Questions
agape → ardent; avid; eager (nóng lòng, háo hức)
We were all agog at the news that the celebrated movie star was giving up his career in order to enter a
monastery (tu viện)
addle → muddle; drive crazy; fuddle; befuddle; confound; confuse; bewilder
This idiotic plan is confusing enough to addle anyone.
allude → refer indirectly
Try not to allude to this matter in his presence because the topic annoys him.
alias → an assumed name
John Smith's alias was Bob Jones.
alchemy → state without proof
It is alleged that she had worked for the enemy.