4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- 1.having unlimited power; all powerful
To the ancient British tribes the invading of the Roman army seemed omnipotent.
- 1.feeding on both plants and meat
Human beings are omnivorous, though many choose to be vegetarians.
2. devouring everything, especially intellectually
She is such a omnivorous reader she has already read all of the library's biographies, science fiction, and sport's magazine.
- 1.universal; including most things
Her wide travels reflect her catholic taste.
2.referring to the Roman Catholic church
Spain is a predominantly Catholic country.
- 1.to prevent or make impossible
Rain precluded our taking a walk.
3 True/False questions
cloister n. → 1.present everywhere
At harvest time the smell of garlic is omnipresent in Gilroy,California, ''the garlic capital of America''
totalitarian [pre <L. "before''] adj. → 1.referring to a form of government in which one person or party holds absolute control
Under Joseph Stalin the Soviet Union became a totalitarian state.
pandemonium [daimon <G. ''divine power''] n. → 1.uproar
Pandemonium threatens to break out after Julius Caesar is assassinated on the ides of March, but in Shakespeare's play Brutus calms the murderous senators