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5 Matching questions

  1. Vapid
  2. Obtuse
  3. Nebulous
  4. Savant
  5. Drone
  1. a Speaking in a monotonous tone; a continuous low humming sound. I could hardly endure the constant ___ of the speaer's voice.
  2. b A scholar, a learned person. Woodrow Wilson is an example of a ___ who became president.
  3. c Dull, iname, insipid. The ___ discussion between the two girls was boring and uninteresting.
  4. d Dull of mind, insensitive, stupid. His ___ response to the question showed that he did not understand the nature of the discussion.
  5. e Lacking clarity of feature or sharpness of outline. She had a ___ recollection of the meeting with the man, unable to provide any specific facts about it.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A recent convert, beginner, novice. Being a ___ to surfing, he is having trouble catching a wave.
  2. The beginning of something. Joe has worked for the company since its ___ in 1935.
  3. shameless, insolent, disrespectful. Pinching that woman was a very ___ act.
  4. Size or dimensions (usually the measure around a body). To be a sumo wrestler, one must have a large ___.
  5. Incapable of being expressed in speech or words. Her delight in beeing selected as a cheerleader was ___.

5 True/False questions

  1. TroupeSpeaking in a monotonous tone; a continuous low humming sound. I could hardly endure the constant ___ of the speaer's voice.

          

  2. decorumSpeaking in a monotonous tone; a continuous low humming sound. I could hardly endure the constant ___ of the speaer's voice.

          

  3. Grandioseto pronounce clearly. Please ___ your response so that everyone can understand you.

          

  4. enunciateto pronounce clearly. Please ___ your response so that everyone can understand you.

          

  5. abdicateto renounce, to give up power. In order to marry the commoner, the king had to ___ his thr