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5 Matching questions

  1. elaborate
  2. languish
  3. flagrant
  4. levity
  5. apprehensive
  1. a (adj.) shocking; conspicuously bad
  2. b (v.) to become weak, listless or depressed
  3. c (v.) to speak further
  4. d (n.) lightness; frivolity; inclination to make a joke of a serious matter
  5. e (adj.) worried; anxious

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (adj.) determined to have one's own way; stubborn; willful
  2. (v.) to scold, usually in disappointment
  3. (adj.) jumbled; chaotic; impossible to understand
  4. (adj.) totally impoverished
  5. (adj.) superior; snooty

5 True/False questions

  1. exemplary(adj.) outstanding; setting a great example

          

  2. ambivalent(adj.) undecided; having conflicting feelings about someone or something

          

  3. innate(v.) to erase; to rub away the features of

          

  4. prosaic(adj.) flowing; extravagant

          

  5. profuse(v.) to prevent; to make impossible