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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. nadir
  2. recluse
  3. laconic
  4. quixotic
  5. rhetorician
  1. a foolishly impractical in the pursuit of ideals; impractical idealism
  2. b an eloquent writer or speaker; a master of rhetoric
  3. c very brief; concise; succinct; terse
  4. d a person who leads a seluded or solitary life
  5. e the lowest point; the bottom

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a liar and deceiver
  2. a person who makes a gift or bequest
  3. a person doubts, asks questions
  4. famous for being wicked
  5. a plausible but deliberately misleading or fallacious argument designed to deceive someone

5 True/False questions

  1. halcyonidyllically calm and peaceful; an untroubled golden time of satisfaction, happiness, and tranquility


  2. oraclea person considered to be oracular, that is a source of wise counsel or prophetic opinions


  3. zealotthe highest point; the peak; the apex


  4. proponentone who argues in support of something; an advocate; a champion of a cause


  5. serendipitythe highest point; the peak; the apex