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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. each other instead of one another
  2. due to
  3. faze
  4. flaunt instead of flout
  5. definitely
  1. a used to mean very or quite, avoid it, lacks accuracy
  2. b colloquial for to disturb or agitate, most commonly negative
  3. c shouldn't be used for because of. should be used after a noun or linking verb
  4. d to exhibit ostentatiously or show off instead of to show contempt for, to scorn
  5. e two people instead of more than two people

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. colloquial when used for person
  2. unbiased, impartial, often confused with uninterested which means lacking interest
  3. to pay out or spend instead of to scatter
  4. coloring of materials instead of expiring
  5. one who goes from one place and one who goes to another place

5 True/False questions

  1. finecolloquial for to disturb or agitate, most commonly negative


  2. farther instead of furtherto precede or go before instead of to give up or relinquish


  3. desert instead of desserta deserved reward or punishment instead of the sweet course served at the end of a meal


  4. etc.Latin for and other things, not preceded by and, not a catch-all expression


  5. everyday and every daycolloquial and always unacceptable in writing