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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. pedestrian
  2. sacrosanct
  3. perdition
  4. rationalize
  5. rebuke
  1. a extremely holy
  2. b to scold; to blame
  3. c to make an excuse for
  4. d a person or thing said to be ordinary or dull
  5. e damnation; ruin; hell

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. repetitious; using more words than needed
  2. to reason; to think
  3. having a pleasant odor; suggestive or evocative
  4. complaining; grumbling
  5. to summarize; to repeat briefly

5 True/False questions

  1. rectifyto retreat; to draw back


  2. recanta coward, a traitor


  3. pejorativedifficult to understand; profound


  4. perspicacitydone without care; in a routine fashion


  5. reconditedifficult to understand; profound