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5 Matching questions

  1. disprove (v.)
  2. levity (n.)
  3. gravity (n.)
  4. gravitas (n.)
  5. litigate (v.)
  1. a To show that something is not what it has claimed to be
  2. b Weighty importance, seriousness, or dignity
  3. c Great or very dignified seriousness
  4. d Frivolity, lack of appropriate seriousness
  5. e To carry on a lawsuit by judical process

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. To move or be drawn toward something; especially by natural tendency or as if by an invisible force.
  2. the coming or arrival
  3. A person of thorougly bad character
  4. a) The place where trial is held b) The locale of an event
  5. a)To lift up or raise b) to raise in rank or status

5 True/False questions

  1. agitate (v.)To move or be drawn toward something; especially by natural tendency or as if by an invisible force.

          

  2. alleviate (v.)To lighten, lessen, or relieve, especially physical or mental suffereing

          

  3. synagogue (n.)The center of worship and communal life of a Jewish congregation; temple

          

  4. prodigal (adj.)Recklessly or wastefully extravagant; spendthrift

          

  5. leavening (n.)Frivolity, lack of appropriate seriousness