4 Written questions
3 Multiple choice questions
- to ridicule, to laugh at contemptuously; It was common lunchroom behavior to ______ the boss for being grandiloquent.
- deliberate deceptiveness, twofold or double, fraudulent, deceitful; Because of the young man's honesty, he was chosen for the promotion over his colleague, who had often bragged to others about his ______.
- better than anyone else, outstanding, supreme; Someone can be ______ in their field, but that does not guarantee that they'll be a good teacher.
3 True/False questions
deprecate → deplore, belittle, express disapproval of; When the boy and his sister were young, they treasured every moment together, but as they became teenagers, they began to ______ each other constantly.
diffident → shy, timid, reserved, unsure; In their case, it was definitely true that opposites attract, because Bill was confident and outgoing, while Mary was very ______ .
ineffable → to ridicule, to laugh at contemptuously; It was common lunchroom behavior to ______ the boss for being grandiloquent.