5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a -adjective
1.incapable of being investigated, analyzed, or scrutinized; impenetrable.
2.not easily understood; mysterious; unfathomable:
3. physically impenetrable
- b verb (with object)
1. to urge, advise, or caution earnestly; admonish urgently.
-verb (used without object)
2. to give urgent advice, recommendations, or warnings.
- c verb (used with object),
1.to speak ill of; defame; slander
- d -noun
1.a short allegorical story designed to illustrate or teach some truth, religious principle, or moral lesson.
2.a statement or comment that conveys a meaning indirectly by the use of comparison, analogy, or the like.
- e -noun
1.a military unit consisting of two or more squads/sections and a headquarters
2.a small unit of a police force.
3.a company or group of persons
5 Multiple choice questions
- 1. the act of willing, choosing, or resolving;
2. a choice or decision made by the will.
3. the power of willing; will.
1.promising success; propitious; opportune; favorable:
2.favored by fortune; prosperous; fortunate.
1. a person who dedicates his or her life to a pursuit of contemplative ideals and practices extreme self-denial or self-mortification for religious reasons.
2. a person who leads an austerely simple life, abstaining from the normal pleasures of life and denying himself or herself material satisfaction.
3. (in the early Christian church) a monk; hermit.
-adjective Also, as⋅cet⋅i⋅cal.
4. pertaining to asceticism.
5. rigorously abstinent, austere, or exceedingly strict or severe in religious exercises or self-mortification.
- a head scarf shaped like a triangle, russian grandmother
1.a vehement (sometimes official) expression of disapproval
-verb (used with or w.o object)
3.to harshly criticize or reproach, or to give criticism
5 True/False questions
naphtha → n. A light, colorless, volatile, inflammable oil used as a solvent, or fuel
clavicle → an item of personal, movable property; slave
caprice → heavier or larger on one side than the other; uneven
anathemas → -noun, plural -mas.
1.a person or thing detested or loathed:
2.a person or thing accursed or doomed to damnation or destruction.
3.a formal ecclesiastical curse involving excommunication
infamy → verb (with object)
1. to give life to; animate; quicken.
2. to enliven; brighten; sharpen.