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5 Matching questions

  1. chary
  2. chicanery
  3. cavalcade
  4. chaotic
  5. cavalier
  1. a procession; parade (đoàn diễu hành)
    As described by Chaucer, the cavalcade of Canterbury pilgrims was motley group.
  2. b casual and offhand; arrogant; presumptuous; impudent
    Sensitive about having her ideas taken lightly, Marcia felt insulted by Mark's cavalier dismissal of her suggestion.
  3. c trickery, deception( sự ngụy biện bịp bợm)
    Your deceitful tactics in this case are indications of chicanery.
  4. d in utter disorder
    He tried to bring order into the chaotic state of affairs.
  5. e cautious; sparing or restrained about giving, wary
    A prudent, thrifty New Englander, DeWitt was as chary of investing money in junk bonds as he was chary of paying people unnecessary compliments.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. implying 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. goblet; consecrated cup
    In a small room adjoining the cathedral, many ornately decorated chalices made by the most famous European goldsmiths were on display.
  3. private meeting of members of a party to select officers or determine policy (cuộc họp kín)
    (At the opening of Congress the members of the Democratic Party held a caucus to elect the majority leader of the House and the party whip.)
  4. discipline; punish; chastise in order to correct
    Whom God loves, God chastens.
  5. lizard that changes color in different situations
    Like the chameleon, he assumed the political coloration of every group he met.

5 True/False questions

  1. celibatehaving minute hairs(có mao)
    The paramecium is a ciliated, one-celled animal.

          

  2. 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.

          

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

          

  4. ceremoniousmarked by formality (chuộng nghi thức, kiểu cách)
    Ordinary dress would be in appropriate at so ceremonious an affair.

          

  5. championsupport, advocate militantly
    (Martin Luther King, Jr., won the Nobel Peace Prize because he championed the oppressed in their struggle for equality. militant a. hostile = aggressive)