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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. constrict
  2. persist
  3. abstract
  4. consistent
  5. insist
  1. a (adjective) in agreement; compatible
  2. b (adjective) considering apart from concrete exsistence
  3. c (verb) to hold firmly and to a purpose or understanding despite warnings, or setbacks
  4. d (verb) to make smaller or narrower, as by shrinking or contracting
  5. e (verb) to be firm in a demand or course; refuse to yeild

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (adjective) precise, exact, complete or absolute
  2. (adjective) pleasing to the eye or mind; charming
  3. (noun) a copy or reproduction of a work of art
  4. (verb) to take back or draw back in
  5. (verb) to be made up or composed

5 True/False questions

  1. resist(verb) a strive or work against;

          

  2. detract(verb) to take away a desirable part; diminish

          

  3. resistance(noun) to firm in a demand or course; refuse to yeild

          

  4. complication(verb) to make or become complex, intricate, perplexing

          

  5. distract(verb) to cause to turn away from attention or interest

          

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