5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a that which accompanies
Culture is not always a concomitant of wealth.
- b thorough; inclusive
This book provides a comprehensive review of verbal and math skills for the SAT.
- c to draft for military purposes; to take for public use
The policeman commandeered the first car that approached and ordered the driver to go to the nearest
- d bear one's self; behave
He comported himself with great dignity.
- e bestow courtesies with a superior air
The king condescended to grant an audience to the friends of the condemned man.
5 Multiple choice questions
- element; ingredient
I wish all the components of my stereo system were working at the same time.
He was compliant and ready to go along with his friends' desires.
- making up for; repaying
Can a compensatory education program make up for the inadequate schooling he received in earlier years?
- whimsical idea; extravagant metaphor
He was an entertaining companion, always expressing himself in amusing conceits and witty turns of
- gigantic statue
The legendary Colossus of Rhodes, bronze statue of the sun god that dominated the harbor of the Greek
seaport, was one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
5 True/False questions
condole → overlook; forgive; give tacit approval; excuse
Unlike Widow Douglass, who condoned Huck's minor offenses, Miss Watson did nothing but scold.
compress → close; squeeze; contract
She compressed the package under her arm.
compact → agreement; contract
The signers of the Mayflower Compact were establishing a form of government.
conciliatory → reconciling; soothing
She was still angry despite his conciliatory words.
conduit → aqueduct; passageway for fluids
Water was brought to the army in the desert by an improvised conduit from the adjoining mountain.