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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. adverse
  2. aegis
  3. aggrandize
  4. adjuration
  5. agog
  1. a 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)
  2. b shield; defense
    Under the aegis of the Bill of Rights, we enjoy our most treasured freedoms.
  3. c intensify; amplify; enlarge; elevate; escalate (đất đai, quyền lực)
    The history of the past quarter century illustrates how a President may aggrandize his power to act
    aggressively in international affairs without considering the wishes of Congress.
  4. d negative
    adverse circumstances compelled him to close his business.
  5. e solemn urging (lời thề); oath
    Her adjuration to tell the truth did not change the witnesses' testimony.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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.
  2. attach or add on; fasten
    First the registrar had to affix his signature to the license; then he had to affix his official seal.
  3. decorate
    Wall paintings and carved statues adorned the temple.
  4. (n) enthusiasm
    He demonstrated his eagerness to serve by his alacrity in executing the orders of his master.
  5. 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 True/False questions

  1. adventrefer to; mention
    Since you advert to this matter so frequently, you must regard it as important.

          

  2. addendumarrival (sự đến)
    Most Americans were unaware of the advent of the Nuclear Age until the news of Hiroshima reached
    them.

          

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

          

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

          

  5. advocateurge; plead for
    The abolitionists advocated freedom for the slaves.