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5 Matching questions

  1. chronicle
  2. chaotic
  3. ciliated
  4. cherubic
  5. chronic
  1. a in utter disorder
    He tried to bring order into the chaotic state of affairs.
  2. b report; record (in chronological order)
    The gossip columnist was paid to chronicle the latest escapades of the socially prominent celebrities.
  3. c having minute hairs(có mao)
    The paramecium is a ciliated, one-celled animal.
  4. d angelic; innocent-looking
    With her cheerful smile and rosy cheeks, she was a particularly cherubic child.
  5. e long established, as a disease
    The doctors were finally able to attribute his chronic headaches and nausea(chứng ói mửa, vomit) to traces of formaldehyde gas in his apartment. (kinh niên)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. warm by rubbing
    The collar chafed his neck.
  2. quibble; complaint
    I respect your sensible criticisms, but I dislike the way you cavil about unimportant details.
  3. trickery, deception( sự ngụy biện bịp bợm)
    Your deceitful tactics in this case are indications of chicanery.
  4. purging or cleansing of any passage of the body(sự tẩy nhẹ)
    Aristotle maintained that tragedy created a catharsis by purging the soul of base concepts.
  5. denoting a widely used temperature scale (basically same as Celsius)
    On the centigrade thermometer, the freezing point of water is zero degrees.(chia trăm độ, bách phân a.)

5 True/False questions

  1. choreographyart of dancing
    Martha Graham introduced a form of choreography that seemed awkward and alien to those who had
    been brought up on classic ballet.

          

  2. checkwarm by rubbing
    The collar chafed his neck.

          

  3. censorblame; criticize
    He was censured for his inappropriate behavior.

          

  4. centripetaltending toward the center
    Does centripetal force or the force of gravity bring orbiting bodies to the earth's surface?(hướng tâm)

          

  5. centurionRoman army officer
    Because he was in command of a company of one hundred soldiers, he was called a centurion.