6 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- a point of view.
- to calm the anger of someone, especially by appeasing or by yielding concessions.
- a habit, condition or disease that continues over a long period of time.
- incapable of appeasement and therefore relentless.
- cautious; careful.
- to question or criticize the accuracy or honesty of something.
6 True/False Questions
Pugnacious → combative; quick to fight.
Chronological → in order of occurrence.
Repugnant → to question or criticize the accuracy or honesty of something.
Placid → outwardly calm and composed.
Pugilist → a professional boxer.
Conspicuous → easy to see.