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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. (to) abridge
  2. acrimnious
  3. rapacious
  4. taciturn
  5. (to) emulate
  1. a to shorten or condense
  2. b being habitually silent, having a quiet nature, being uncommunicative
  3. c spiteful, nasty, caustic
  4. d to strive to equal or surpass, usually through imitation
  5. e plundering, voracious, having predatory hunger

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. to free from blame or obligation, to forgive
  2. to incite, to provoke, to stir up, to initiate, to provide the catalyst the begins something
  3. verified by experience or observation, not merely theoretical
  4. a sudden downfall or collapse
  5. an order, especially a court order to refrain from doing something

5 True/False questions

  1. (to) compriseto be made up of or contain


  2. reconditerequired or necessary, indispensable


  3. intrinsiccharmingly simple, naturally peaceful, having rustic charm


  4. deduceto conclude without being directly told


  5. (a) sycophantone who flatters and fawns, a "yes man"


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