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5 Matching questions

  1. Inflection
  2. Nefarious
  3. Belie
  4. Scrupulous
  5. Probity
  1. a Openly or notoriously wicked; infamous
  2. b 1. Alteration in pitch or tone of voice
    2. The addition of an affix to a word or a change in the form or the word
  3. c 1. Having strict principles; acting in strict regard for what is right and proper
    2. Conscientious and exact; painstaking
  4. d To depict falsely, to misrepresent
  5. e Complete and confirmed integrity; uprightness

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. To disguise or conceal one's feelings or motives behind a false appearance
  2. Clear and precise, expressed in few words
  3. 1. A word that looks like and is related to another word. A different language
    2. Having the same source, origin, or ancestor
    3. Similar in function or character
  4. Pretending to be unaware or unsophisticated; insincere or calculating; not telling the whole truth
  5. An often witty or critical response to a reply; an answer

5 True/False questions

  1. PhilologyThe sound system of a language; the study of such a sound system


  2. PerfidiousOpenly or notoriously wicked; infamous


  3. Rhetoric1. The study and art of using language effectively and persuasively
    2. Speech that is elaborate, pretentious, or insincere


  4. SyntaxThe arrangement of words to form grammatical sentences


  5. OrthographyThe study of letters and spelling system of a language


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