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5 Matching questions

  1. agog
  2. adherent
  3. addle
  4. affiliation
  5. adverse
  1. a muddle; drive crazy; fuddle; befuddle; confound; confuse; bewilder
    This idiotic plan is confusing enough to addle anyone.
  2. b ardent; avid; eager (nóng lòng, háo hức)
    We were all agog at the news that the celebrated movie star was giving up his career in order to enter a
    monastery (tu viện)
  3. c negative
    adverse circumstances compelled him to close his business.
  4. d connection; cooperation
    His affiliation with the political party was of short duration for he soon disagreed with his colleagues.
  5. e 1. (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.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. urge; plead for
    The abolitionists advocated freedom for the slaves.
  2. an assumed name
    John Smith's alias was Bob Jones.
  3. nook; recess (hốc tường)
    Though their apartment lacked a full-scale dining room, an alcove adjacent to the living room made an
    adequate breakfast nook for the young couple.
  4. warn; reprove
    He admonished his listeners to change their wicked ways.
  5. attach or add on; fasten
    First the registrar had to affix his signature to the license; then he had to affix his official seal.

5 True/False questions

  1. adorndecorate
    Wall paintings and carved statues adorned the temple.

          

  2. aghasthorrified (sốc)
    He was aghast at the nerve of the speaker who had insulted his host.

          

  3. agendaitems of business at a meeting
    We had so much difficulty agreeing upon an agenda that there was very little time for the meeting.

          

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

          

  5. affirmationconfirmation
    Despite Tom's affirmation of innocence, Aunt Polly still suspected he had eaten the pie.