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5 Matching questions

  1. Wan
  2. behoove
  3. Expostulation
  4. Obstreperous
  5. Confound
  1. a V: to be necessary/proper; to benefit
  2. b (adj) (p. 11): 1) of an unnatural or sickly pallor; pallid; lacking color; 2) showing or suggesting ill health, fatigue, unhappiness; 3) lacking effectiveness
  3. c (adj) unruly; noisy; clamorous; boisterous
  4. d (n) (p. 138): an earnest reasoning with someone; earnest and kindly protest
  5. e (v) (p. 89): to perplex or amaze; to confuse; to fail to distinguish one from another or mix up

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (adj) violating generally accepted standards of good taste or propiety/behavior; unseemly
  2. (adj) (p. 163): associated with something by chance rather than as an integral part; extrinsic.
  3. (n) 1) an appparition of a living person taht appears as a portent just before a person's death
    2) The ghost of a dead person
    3) something shadowy and insubstantial
  4. N: exemption from punishment; immunity from detrimental effects
  5. n): lack of the basic necessities or comforts of life; His life of privation began to affect his health. Syn. = deprivation

5 True/False questions

  1. Portentous(adj) (p. 41): not true, correct or right; containing an error

          

  2. DeportmentADJ: Acting in the proper way; dignified in manners or conduct, appearance or character

          

  3. ranklesV: to cause irritation

          

  4. mienN: a person's look or manner; countenance

          

  5. languidADJ: boring, uneventful; listless

          

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