5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a adjective: Very old, old-fashioned, out of date.
- b adjective: Having, or characterized by, a disparaging, derogatory, or belittling effect, tone, or force.
- c noun: A preceding circumstance.
- d noun: Anything serving as a distinctive, often venerated, emblem or symbol.
- e noun: The ringing or sounding of bells.
5 Multiple choice questions
- noun: Authoritative and complete; final.
- adjective: Ancient or venerable; ancient.
- noun: A building, especially one of large size or imposing appearance.
- verb: To sap strength from; to weaken. (attenuate, enervate).
- adjective: Unreasonably irritable or very ill-tempered. (fractious, querulous, choleric, churlish).
5 True/False questions
Blanch → verb: To draw back from or shy away from, as from fear.
Peremptory → verb: To speak at great length, often in a bombastic or grandiloquent manner.
Filibuster → noun/verb: The use of obstructionist tactics for the purpose of delaying legislative action.
Prolix → adjective: Performed with natural ease. (Unctuous)
Bibliophile → adjective: Impossible to limit or circumscribe; limitless.