5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a having or showing zeal - eagerness, excitement; When the preacher spoke zealously about her faith, she inspired her listeners.
- b back-and-forth action; action and reaction
- c insert between two other things
- d wishing to do what is right especially to do one's work or duty well and thoroughly; Employees who do their work conscientiously are efficient and well-respected
- e within an institution
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- question formally
- lacing together; intermixed
- Spread throughout (something) - pervade; When you peel an orange, it cent will quickly permeate the room.
- within a single state
- to wipe out - destroy utterly; Spray paint could obliterate a message on a road sign.
5 True/False Questions
Precipitous → dangerously high or steep; You could hurt yourself badly if you fell off a precipitous cliff.
Chronology → back-and-forth action; action and reaction
Intercom → lacing together; intermixed
Intermittent → stopping and starting at intervals
Brink → an extreme edge of land before a steep or vertical slope/border; Nonstop arguing could bring a couple to the brink of breaking up.