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5 Matching questions

  1. Serene (adj)
  2. Tremulous (adj)
  3. Sultry (adj)
  4. Rampart (n)
  5. Prone (adj)
  1. a oppresively hot and damp;suggesting passion and sensuality
    The sultry weather of the Bahmas made the tourist never want to leave.
  2. b shaking or trembling from fear or nervousness
    The tremulous mouse tried to get away from the lion but was stuck under his trap.
  3. c 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.
  4. d without worry or stress
    The serene child was envied by the older teenagers swamped by homework.
  5. e 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.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. abrupt, blunt, or curt in manner or speech
    I took a brusque walk through the jungle to avoid the poisonous snakes.
  2. happening from time to time
    The family has intermittent gathering to check up on everyone and see how their doing.
  3. feeling, expressing, or demonstrating dislike or disrespect
    The contemptuous child was sent to the principles office after bad mouthing to the teacher.
  4. sleepy; quiet and with little to no activity
    The somnolent lake was a beautiful sight to the water skiers.
  5. characterized by friendly agreement and accord
    President Obama was pleased by the harmonious behavior of the senate.

5 True/False questions

  1. 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.

          

  2. Speculation (n)theory based on incomplete information or evidence
    My family made a speculation on what happened in the car accident as we passed by.

          

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

          

  4. Redolent (adj)sleepy; quiet and with little to no activity
    The somnolent lake was a beautiful sight to the water skiers.

          

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

          

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