5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a V. praise. The NFL lauded Boomer Esiason's efforts to raise money to combat cystic fibrosis. laudable, laudatory, ADJ.
- b ADJ. lacking in spirit or energy. We had expected him to be full of enthusiasm and were surprised by his listless attitude.
- c ADJ. drowsy; dull. The stuffy room made her lethargic: she felt as if she was about to nod off.
- d N. lawsuit. Try to settle this amicably; I do not want to become involved in litigation. litigant, N.
- e N. mildness; permissiveness. Considering the gravity of the offense, we were surprised by the leniency of the sentence.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- ADJ. liberal; wasteful. The actor's lavish gifts pleased her. also V.
- V. hang around; linger. The policeman told him not to loiter in the alley.
- N. record of a voyage or flight; record of day to day activities. "Flogged two seamen today for insubordination" wrote Captain Bligh in the Bounty's log. To see how much work I've accomplished recently, just take a look at the number of new files listed on my computer log.
- ADJ. like a lion. He was leonine in his rage.
- N. dictionary. I cannot find this word in any lexicon in the library.
5 True/False Questions
loathe → V. detest. Booing and hissing, the audience showed how much they loathed the wicked villain.
loll → N. metal-bearing vein. If this lode that we have discovered extends for any distance, we have found a fortune.
lineaments → N. descent; ancestry. He traced his lineage back to Mayflower days.
larceny → N. theft. Because of the prisoner's record, the district attorney refused to reduce the charge from grand larceny to petty larceny.
limber → ADJ. flexible. Hours of ballet classes kept him limber.