← Unit 3 Vocabulary Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- modus operandi
- modus vivendi
- a A usual way of doing something.
- b To spread widely as if by sowing seeds.
- c A practical compromise or arrangement that is acceptable to all concerned; a way of life.
- d To cause to spread out to the point of vanishing; disperse. To spend wastefully or foolishly; squander.
- e Root word: Under, beneath, down, below normal
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Lasting only a day only; lasting a very short time.
- One of two or more words pronounced alike but different in meaning, derivation, or spelling.
- A descriptive word or phrase occurring with or in place of the name of a person or thing; an insulting or demeaning word or phrase.
- The region in a body of water that divides the warmer, oxygen-rich surface layer from the colder, oxygen-poor deep water.
- By right of law.
5 True/False Questions
ad hoc → Marked by an attack on an opponent's character rather than by an answer to the arguments made or the issues raised.
polymer → A chemical compound formed by a reaction in which two or more molecules combine to form larger molecules with repeating structural units.
epitaph → An inscription on a grave or tomb in memory of the one buried there.
amphitheater → An oval or circular building with an open area ringed by rising tiers of seats, used in ancient Rome for concerts and spectacles; a large modern theater or stadium.
HOM/HOMO → Root word: Same, one and the same, similar, alike