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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. vibration
  2. getting under my skin
  3. rhythmic
  4. banned
  5. defective
  1. a -bothering you
    -Do not let Bob's teasing________
  2. b (adj) not officially allowed to meet, exist, or be used:
    He was suspended for using a ________ substance
  3. c (adj)having a regular repeated pattern of sounds or movements.
    We could hear a rhythmic drumming outside
  4. d -(noun) a continuous slight shaking movement
    -Tryng to reduce engine______
  5. e (ADJ) having a problem or flaw, not perfect
    they will replace defective goods for free.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. --pay money that you do wrong things.
    --Employers will pay a fine for each uninsured worker.
  2. (noun) a loud and very high cry that usually expresses extreme pain, anger, or fear
    With a loud screech, she smashed the plate against the wall.
    (verb) to cry out or shout in a loud and very high voice because of extreme pain, anger, fear.
    I screeched when I saw the mouse.
  3. ( verb ) - to make a low continuous humming sound like that of a bee .
    - Files were ________ing around the picnic tables .
    (noun ) -a low sound, as of many voices in conversation .
    - We heard the ________ of the bees as we walk through the garden .
  4. -( adjective ) extremely bad or unpleasant
    ▪ They heard the most ــــــــــ sounds.
  5. -(noun) a cry of sorrow and grief
    -Considering his range and ____, it's amazing that Plant has a voice left at all.
    -(verb) emit long loud cries

5 True/False questions

  1. ring-(verb) to cause (an object or device, such as a bell or cell phone) to make a sound to make a sound
    - She ______ a little bell.

          

  2. bang-( verb ) to cause or allow (something, such as part of your body) to hit something in a way that makes a loud noise
    ▪ He accidentally ـــــــــــــــــed his knee against the door.

          

  3. retaliatory-(adj) get revenge against someone
    - I planed __________ steps to defeat my rival.

          

  4. jolted(adj) something bumping or shocking.
    -the car accident was _____.

          

  5. frustrated.-(adjective) very angry, discouraged, or upset because of being unable to do or complete something
    I am more relaxed and not ____ anymore.