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5 Matching questions

  1. draconian
  2. recluse
  3. neophyte
  4. charlatan
  5. rhetorician
  1. a an eloquent writer or speaker; a master of rhetoric
  2. b a beginner; someone new to a field or activity
  3. c a person who leads a seluded or solitary life
  4. d a fake; fraud; imposter; cheat
  5. e characterized by very strick laws, rules, and punishments

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a person who excels in telling
  2. a person who attacks and ridicules cherished figures, ideas, and institutions
  3. a person who gives up material comforts and leads a life of self-denial, especially as an act of religious devotion
  4. poor; penniless; not affluent
  5. a liar and deceiver

5 True/False questions

  1. bowdlerizesomeone who is clumsy or inept; a person who makes mistakes because of incompetence

          

  2. juggernautsomeone who is clumsy or inept; a person who makes mistakes because of incompetence

          

  3. punditan expert commentator; an authority who expresses his or her opinion, usually on political issues

          

  4. sycophanta person seeks favor by flattering people of influence; a today; someone who behaves in an obsequious or servile manner.

          

  5. picayunesmall value or importance; petty; trifling

          

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