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5 Matching questions

  1. condescend
  2. compilation
  3. concord
  4. conception
  5. compromise
  1. a listing of statistical information in tabular or book form
    The compilation of available scholarships serves a very valuable purpose.
  2. b beginning; forming of a idea
    At the first conception of the work, he was consulted.
  3. c adjust; endanger the interests or reputation of
    Your presence at the scene of the dispute compromises our claim to neutrality in this matter.
  4. d bestow courtesies with a superior air
    The king condescended to grant an audience to the friends of the condemned man.
  5. e harmony
    Watching Tweediedum and Tweedledee battle, Alice wondered why the two brothers could not manage to
    life in concord.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. easily burned
    After the recent outbreak of fires in private homes, the fire commissioner ordered that all combustible
    materials be kept in safe containers.
  2. yielding
    He was compliant and ready to go along with his friends' desires.
  3. include; consist of
    If the District of Columbia were to be granted a statehood, the United States of America would comprise
    fifty-onestates, not just fifty.
  4. huge
    Radio City Music Hall has a colossal stage.
  5. reconciling; soothing
    She was still angry despite his conciliatory words.

5 True/False questions

  1. condoneoverlook; forgive; give tacit approval; excuse
    Unlike Widow Douglass, who condoned Huck's minor offenses, Miss Watson did nothing but scold.

          

  2. complicityyielding
    He was compliant and ready to go along with his friends' desires.

          

  3. comprehensivethorough; inclusive
    This book provides a comprehensive review of verbal and math skills for the SAT.

          

  4. commensurateequal in extent
    Your reward will be commensurate with your effort.

          

  5. compellingoverpowering; irresistible in effect
    The prosecutor presented a well-reasoned case, but the defense attorney's compelling arguments for
    leniency won over the jury.