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5 Matching questions

  1. Crass (adj)
  2. Ascent (N)
  3. Serene (adj)
  4. Redolent (adj)
  5. Procrastinate (v)
  1. a suggestive or reminiscent of something; with a particular scent
    The basement was redolent of its past grey mice.
  2. b without worry or stress
    The serene child was envied by the older teenagers swamped by homework.
  3. c thoughtlessly vulgar and insensitive
    Emily's crass behavior to the grieving mother made her unlike at the funeral.
  4. d an upward vertical movement, an upward slope
    We stareted the grueling 2 hour ascent up the mountain.
  5. e to postpone doing something, to put aside until later
    I hate when i procrastinate on my homework because then i end up staying up late the night before its due.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a story in which people, things, etc. symbolize something else
  2. sleepy; quiet and with little to no activity
    The somnolent lake was a beautiful sight to the water skiers.
  3. oppresively hot and damp;suggesting passion and sensuality
    The sultry weather of the Bahmas made the tourist never want to leave.
  4. characterized by friendly agreement and accord
    President Obama was pleased by the harmonious behavior of the senate.
  5. an appearance of a supposed ghost; appearance of something or someone unexpected
    The elderly home hired a ghost whisper after some members saw an apparition.

5 True/False questions

  1. Rampart (n)a defenive fortification made of earthen embankment and topped with a low wall
    The called in the contracter after the rampart was damaged in the past storm.

          

  2. Baleful (adj)abrupt, blunt, or curt in manner or speech
    I took a brusque walk through the jungle to avoid the poisonous snakes.

          

  3. Prone (adj)without worry or stress
    The serene child was envied by the older teenagers swamped by homework.

          

  4. Mendacity (n)deliberate lie,a falsehood
    The child was punished for the mendacity he told his mother.

          

  5. Contrive (V)deliberate lie,a falsehood
    The child was punished for the mendacity he told his mother.