5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a verb: To place side-by-side, especially for comparison or contrast.
- b adjective: The name of a person for whom something is supposedly named in their honor.
- c adjective: Thick-skinned; insensitive; emotionally hardened.
- d noun: Help; relief; aid; assistance.
- e noun: A particular period of history, especially one considered remarkable or noteworthy.
5 Multiple choice questions
- adjective: Quick to act without thinking; impulsive; characterized by sudden or forceful energy or emotion.(extemporaneous)
- adjective: Using few words. (taciturn)
- adjective: Having or regarding the self or the individual as the center of all things. (narcissistic)
- verb: To catch sight of; to detect or perceive.
- noun: False rumor, damaging report, slander. (calumny)
5 True/False questions
Impervious → adjective: Arrogantly self-assured; domineering; authoritative (autocratic)
Coalesce → adjective: Thick-skinned; insensitive; emotionally hardened.
Hackneyed → adjective: Worn out by over-use; trite; commonplace (banal)
Circumlocution → noun: The use of unnecessarily wordy and indirect language; a roundabout expression. (discursive)
Lexicon → noun: The entire vocabulary encompassing a nation, a person, a group, a subject, or a language.