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5 Matching questions

  1. Philology
  2. Forthright
  3. Disingenuous
  4. Dissemble
  5. Paradigm
  1. a 1. The set of inflected forms of a word
    2. A model or framework that sets forth a way of viewing things, excpectially in an intellectual discipline
  2. b To disguise or conceal one's feelings or motives behind a false appearance
  3. c Direct; with complete disclosure and honesty; without evasion
  4. d The study of the history of language
  5. e Pretending to be unaware or unsophisticated; insincere or calculating; not telling the whole truth

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1. Having strict principles; acting in strict regard for what is right and proper
    2. Conscientious and exact; painstaking
  2. The arrangement of words to form grammatical sentences
  3. The study of letters and spelling system of a language
  4. Complete and confirmed integrity; uprightness
  5. Not genuine; lacking authenticity or validity; false

5 True/False questions

  1. BelieTo depict falsely, to misrepresent


  2. InflectionTo depict falsely, to misrepresent


  3. SuccinctClear and precise, expressed in few words


  4. RejoinderAn often witty or critical response to a reply; an answer


  5. ClandestineKept or done in secret, often to conceal an illegal or improper purpose


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