5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Apparition (n)
- Somnolent (adj)
- Contemptuous (adj)
- Harmonious (adj)
- Baleful (adj)
- a threatening, or seeming to threaten, to cause harm or misfortune
The baleful weather made all the children run inside from recess.
- b feeling, expressing, or demonstrating dislike or disrespect
The contemptuous child was sent to the principles office after bad mouthing to the teacher.
- c 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.
- d sleepy; quiet and with little to no activity
The somnolent lake was a beautiful sight to the water skiers.
- e characterized by friendly agreement and accord
President Obama was pleased by the harmonious behavior of the senate.
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- theory based on incomplete information or evidence
My family made a speculation on what happened in the car accident as we passed by.
- deliberate lie,a falsehood
The child was punished for the mendacity he told his mother.
- oppresively hot and damp;suggesting passion and sensuality
The sultry weather of the Bahmas made the tourist never want to leave.
- shaking or trembling from fear or nervousness
The tremulous mouse tried to get away from the lion but was stuck under his trap.
5 True/False questions
Serene (adj) → inclined to do or be affected by something; lying face down
My cousins are prone to certain dieses because they have diabetes which weakens your immune system.
Brusque (adj) → abrupt, blunt, or curt in manner or speech
I took a brusque walk through the jungle to avoid the poisonous snakes.
Prone (adj) → without worry or stress
The serene child was envied by the older teenagers swamped by homework.
allegory (N) → an upward vertical movement, an upward slope
We stareted the grueling 2 hour ascent up the mountain.
Contrive (V) → to formulate clever or decietful schemes
It is never a good idea to leave my cousin alone because she will contrive many plans on escaping.