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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. gambol
  2. hallowed
  3. evince
  4. founder
  5. fallow
  1. a verb: to frolic; leap playfully
    noun: frolicking about

    The children ____ed on the lawn while their parents ate lunch
  2. b plowed but now sowed; uncultivated


    At the beginning of each school year the teacher looks out at the new students and thinks of a ____ field, ready to be cultivated
  3. c to sink; fail; collapse


    The project ____ed because of a lack of public support
  4. d to show plainly; be an indication of


    His response to my question ____d me that he wasn't listening
  5. e holy, sacred


    Darwin freed the public from the fetters of ____, but fallacious, assumptions about the age of the Earth

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a trick; to handle with a deceptive strategy
    to use finesse (refinement in performance)
  2. interpretation of a word or sentence, etc.
  3. so excessive as to be disgusting

    ___ praise
  4. ornamental band on a wall

    I used to have a ____ of Minni Mouse around my room
  5. stubbornly contrary; obstinately disobedient


    I squirted froward Samee with water

5 True/False questions

  1. epistemologyadmirable
    possible to estimate


    Obama is an ____ man, and I also ____ he wins again

          

  2. fulminateincite; arouse

          

  3. formidablemenacing, threatening
    awe-inspiring

    The U.S. is a ____ economic and military power

          

  4. Elysiansubstance believed to have power to cure ills


    The doctor gave me a prescription but told me to not expect it to be an ____

          

  5. faunaarbitrary order; authorization


    The dictator rules almost entirely by ____

          

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