5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a not conducive to success. "Well that's ______," he thought to himself as a step halfway through the rickety bridge fell hundreds of feet into the water below.
- b a person's look or manner. Cathy's friendly ______ led to people sharing lots of secrets with her.
- c the act of public shame or disgrace. Hester was sentenced standing up on the platform, which was a punishment in the form of ______.
- d good judgment. Atticus Finch is known for his ______.
- e a large, imposing building. Though the ______ was rather intimidating, they still entered.
5 Multiple choice questions
- fluent or persuasive speaking or writing. Her ______ made up for the fact that all her opinions were radical and hard to grasp.
- soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly fading or disappearing. The ______ sunshine caused a pink hue on the clouds.
- stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion. Even after the lengthy debate, Jack's ______ remained.
- diverse. The largest school in inner city New York is far more ______ than Gorham High.
- appear or claim to be or do something, esp. falsely. He ______ed to being a genius.
5 True/False questions
Visage → a large, imposing building. Though the ______ was rather intimidating, they still entered.
Physiognomies → a person's facial features or expression. She was amazed by the odd ______ of the men.
Improprieties → dull, laborious, or excessively solemn. A prisoner's walk to death row is often ______.
Ponderous → pleasant, nice. Her ______ ways helped her make friends.
Congenial → dull, laborious, or excessively solemn. A prisoner's walk to death row is often ______.