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5 Matching questions

  1. checkered
  2. chagrin
  3. centrifuge
  4. chameleon
  5. celerity
  1. a lizard that changes color in different situations
    Like the chameleon, he assumed the political coloration of every group he met.
  2. b marked by changes in fortune
    During his checkered career he had lived in palatial mansions and in dreary boardinghouses. (vừa thành công vừa thất bại)
  3. c machine that separates substances by whirling them
    At the dairy, we employ a centrifuge to separate cream from milk.
  4. d speed; rapidity; velocity
    Hamlet resented his mother's celerity in remarrying within a month after his father's death.
  5. e vexation; disappointment
    Her refusal to go with us filled us with chagrin.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. curve; ornament a metal surface by indenting
    With his hammer, he carefully chased an intricate design onto the surface of the chalice.(indent: khắc khía răng cưa)
  2. casual and offhand; arrogant; presumptuous; impudent
    Sensitive about having her ideas taken lightly, Marcia felt insulted by Mark's cavalier dismissal of her suggestion.
  3. support, advocate militantly
    (Martin Luther King, Jr., won the Nobel Peace Prize because he championed the oppressed in their struggle for equality. militant a. hostile = aggressive)
  4. overseer of morals; person who eliminates inappropriate matter(người kiểm duyệt)
    Soldiers dislike having their mail read by a censor but understand the need for this precaution.
  5. (vỏ trấu)
    When you separate the wheat from the chaff, be sure you throw out the chaff.

5 True/False questions

  1. chasmcurve; ornament a metal surface by indenting
    With his hammer, he carefully chased an intricate design onto the surface of the chalice.(indent: khắc khía răng cưa)

          

  2. chicanerycautious; sparing or restrained about giving, wary
    A prudent, thrifty New Englander, DeWitt was as chary of investing money in junk bonds as he was chary of paying people unnecessary compliments.

          

  3. cerebrationthought
    Mathematics problems sometimes require much cerebration.

          

  4. choreographyart of dancing
    Martha Graham introduced a form of choreography that seemed awkward and alien to those who had
    been brought up on classic ballet.

          

  5. chalicegoblet; consecrated cup
    In a small room adjoining the cathedral, many ornately decorated chalices made by the most famous European goldsmiths were on display.

          

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