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5 Matching questions

  1. complication
  2. insist
  3. retract
  4. complicate
  5. detract
  1. a (verb) to be firm in a demand or course; refuse to yeild
  2. b (verb) to make or become complex, intricate, perplexing
  3. c (noun) a confused or intricate realationship of parts
  4. d (verb) to take away a desirable part; diminish
  5. e (verb) to take back or draw back in

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (adjective) considering apart from concrete exsistence
  2. (adjective) precise, exact, complete or absolute
  3. (verb) to cause to turn away from attention or interest
  4. (adjective) in agreement; compatible
  5. (verb) to keep within limits; confine

5 True/False questions

  1. insistence(noun) to firm in a demand or course; refuse to yeild

          

  2. resistancea force that tends to oppose or retard motion

          

  3. duplicate(verb) to make or become complex, intricate, perplexing

          

  4. resist(verb) to be firm in a demand or course; refuse to yeild

          

  5. persist(verb) to hold firmly and to a purpose or understanding despite warnings, or setbacks

          

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