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5 Matching questions

  1. prodigal
  2. provincial
  3. discrepancy
  4. parsimonious
  5. disruptive
  1. a adj: extravagant,wasteful, imprudent, liberal, unsparing
  2. b adj: unruly, rowdy, disorderly, undisciplined, wild, uncooperative
  3. c adj: unsophisticated, narrow-minded, limited, bigoted
  4. d noun: difference, variation, deviation, disagreement, inconsistency, mismatch
  5. e adj: cheap, penny-pinching, tightfisted, stingy, miserly

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. verb: condemn, attack, censure, decry, discredit, slur, vilify
  2. noun: grouch, sourpuss, grump, grumbler, bad-tempered or surly person
  3. debris, wreckage, ruins, rubble
  4. worthy of respect
  5. quick to learn, catch on, learned

5 True/False questions

  1. heartenpractical or workable


  2. insolenceverb: condemn, attack, censure, decry, discredit, slur, vilify


  3. tentativeadj: unconfirmed, uncertain, provisional, hesitating, unsure


  4. degeneratenoun: respectfulness, obedience, submission, dutifulness


  5. retortcutting response, sharp witty reply