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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. inquisitive
  2. replete
  3. sanction
  4. indiscriminate
  5. relegate
  1. a not chosen carefully; not based on careful selection
  2. b to authorize, allow, or approve
  3. c curios; eager to learn
  4. d to assign to a less important or less satisfying position, place, or condition
  5. e plentifully supplied; well-filled

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. to cover, as by flooding; overwhelm with a large number or amount
  2. to fall or decrease in value or price; to lower the value of
  3. a belief or principal held to be true by an individual or group
  4. sticking or holding together; unified
  5. vague; unclear

5 True/False questions

  1. circumventto avoid by going around or as if by gong around; to escape from, prevent, or stop through cleverness


  2. vociferousnoisy; expressing feelings loudly and intensely


  3. attritionto authorize, allow, or approve


  4. obliviousunaware; failing to notice


  5. grievouscausing grief or pain; very serious or severe


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