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5 Matching questions

  1. gregarious
  2. poltroon
  3. prodigious
  4. voluble
  5. precipitate
  1. a (adj.) immense; extraordinary; vast
  2. b (adj.) seeking and enjoying the company of others; sociable, outgoing
  3. c (n.) coward
  4. d (adj.) characterized by a ready flow of words; talkative
  5. e (v.) to hurl or throw violently

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (adj.) persistant, hard-working, diligent
  2. (adj.) exhibiting sorrow or pain
  3. (adj.) using or showing good judgement, wise, sensible
  4. (adj.) weakened, thinned, decreased (either physically or in force, intensity, effect, etc.)
  5. (v.) to twist out of shape or change the usual appearance of

5 True/False questions

  1. palpable(adj.) capable of being touched or felt

          

  2. inundation(n.) flood or overflow

          

  3. culpable(adj.) deserving blame, guilty

          

  4. impassive(adj.) capable of being touched or felt

          

  5. prevaricate(v.) to lie, to speak evasively or misleadingly

          

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