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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. allege
  2. affidavit
  3. addle
  4. alias
  5. adroit
  1. a 1.skillful; facile 2. agile (agility) easy; nimble (nhanh nhẩu, lẹ làng)
    His adroit handling of the delicate situation pleased his employers.
  2. b an assumed name
    John Smith's alias was Bob Jones.
  3. c muddle; drive crazy; fuddle; befuddle; confound; confuse; bewilder
    This idiotic plan is confusing enough to addle anyone.
  4. d written statement made under oath (bản khai có tuyên thệ)
    The court refused to accept his statement unless he presented it in the form of an affidavit.
  5. e state without proof
    It is alleged that she had worked for the enemy.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. assistant
    Though Wellington delegated many tasks to his chief adjutant, Lord Fitzroy Somerset, Somerset was in no doubt as to who made all major decisions.
  2. courteous; amiable; genial; cordial; good-tempered; congenial; sociable
    Although he held a position of responsibility, he was an affable individual and could be reached by anyone with a complaint.
  3. repetition of beginning sound in poetry
    "The furrow followed free" is an example of alliteration.
  4. arrival (sự đến)
    Most Americans were unaware of the advent of the Nuclear Age until the news of Hiroshima reached
    them.
  5. (n) enthusiasm
    He demonstrated his eagerness to serve by his alacrity in executing the orders of his master.

5 True/False questions

  1. affluenceabundance; wealth
    Foreigners are amazed by the affluence and luxury of the American way of life.
    |affront~insult; offend
    Accustomed to being treated with respect, Miss Challoner was affronted by Vidal's offensive behavior.

          

  2. adherent1. (n) supporter; follower; advocate; backer; upholder; patron (a) sticky; viscous
    In the wake of the scandal, the senator's one-time adherent quietly deserted him.

          

  3. agapeopenmouthed (há hốc mồm)
    She stared, agape, at the many strange animals in the zoo.

          

  4. affiliationconnection; cooperation
    His affiliation with the political party was of short duration for he soon disagreed with his colleagues.

          

  5. alleviaterelieve
    This should alleviate the pain; if it does not, we shall have to use stronger drugs.