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5 Matching questions

  1. reproach
  2. scanty
  3. sycophant
  4. elusive
  5. fallacious
  1. a (v.) to scold, usually in disappointment
  2. b (n.) one who attempts to progress or win favor by flattering influential people; one who sucks up to others
  3. c (adj.) false; misleading or deceptive
  4. d (adj.) hard to pin down; evasive
  5. e (adj.) inadequate; minimal

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (adj.) strong; sturdy
  2. (adj.) doubtful; uncertain
  3. (v.) to condemn severely
  4. (n.) a brief, entertaining story
  5. (adj.) mysterious; mystifying

5 True/False questions

  1. expedient(adj.) providing an immediate advantage; serving one's immediate self-interest


  2. acclaim(n.) praise; applause; admiration


  3. destitute(v.) to establish; to set up


  4. elaborate(v.) to speak further


  5. ambivalent(adj.) friendly; agreeable


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