5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Non sequitur
- a noun: Something out of its proper or chronological order, especially a person or practice that belongs to an earlier time.
- b noun: An inference or conclusion that does not follow logically from the premises or evidence provided.
- c verb: To explain in detail; to examine; to clarify. (amplify, elucidate, expatiate).
- d adjective: Being without exception or qualification. (definitive, unequivocal).
- e adjective: Of, relating to, or constituting an island. (parochial).
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- noun: Something that is given or taken in return for something else; a reciprocal exchange.
- adjective: Conspicuously bad, offensive, or reprehensible.
- noun: The period of development in the uterus from conception until birth.
- noun: The beginning of something, such as an undertaking; a commencement.
- adjective: Open to bribery; willing to be corrupted; capable of betraying honor, duty, or ethics for financial or material gain.
5 True/False Questions
Juncture → noun: A person with refined taste, especially in food and wine.
Shibboleth → noun: A minute amount; an iota or trace; virtually imperceptible.
Concede → verb: To acknowledge, often reluctantly, as being true, just, or proper.
Foster → noun: A string or chain of flowers, foliage, or ribbons, suspended in a curve between two points.
verb: To decorate or embellish with ornament.
Adhere → verb: To remain devoted to or be in support of something.