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5 Matching questions

  1. chronicle
  2. centurion
  3. chivalrous
  4. check
  5. chasten chastise
  1. a curb;restrain;control (kiem che)
    Thrusting out her arm, Grandma checked Bobby's lunge at his sister. "Young man," she said, "you'd better check your temper."
  2. b courteous; faithful; brave; well-mannered
    chivalrous behavior involves noble words and good deeds.
  3. c report; record (in chronological order)
    The gossip columnist was paid to chronicle the latest escapades of the socially prominent celebrities.
  4. d punish; chasten; discipline
    I must chastise you for this offense.
  5. e Roman army officer
    Because he was in command of a company of one hundred soldiers, he was called a centurion.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. burning; sarcastically biting(1. ăn da 2. châm biếm (mockery = sarcasm n.)
    The critic's caustic remarks angered the hapless actors who were the subjects of his sarcasm.
  2. hot-tempered
    His flushed, angry face indicated a choleric nature.
  3. marked by formality (chuộng nghi thức, kiểu cách)
    Ordinary dress would be in appropriate at so ceremonious an affair.
  4. fantastic; highly imaginative
    Poe's chimerical stories are sometimes too morbid for reading in bed.
  5. 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 True/False questions

  1. causalimplying a cause-and-effect relationship (thuộc nguyên nhân)
    (The psychologist maintained there was a causal relationship between the nature of one's early childhood experiences and one's adult personality.)

          

  2. catharsispurgative (thuốc tẩy thuốc xổ)
    Some drugs act as laxatives when taken in small doses but act as cathartics when taken in much larger doses.

          

  3. charismaabyss, hole, cavity, hollow, aperture
    They could not see the bottom of the chasm.

          

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

          

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