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3 Minute Spanish - Lesson 42 vocabulary recap
Terms in this set (10)
I don't have
I don't have any
the time (to...)
I haven't reserved
no he reservado
I have brought
I haven't brought
no he traído
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From the list below, supply the words needed to complete the paragraph. Some words will not be used. culinary clandestine pernicious inert latent jocose frugal myriad circumvent A. Like a[n] ___saboteur hiding in my enemy territory waiting for the go-ahead signal, the tiny microorganism infiltrated the deepest, most vulnerable parts of its host and remained in a dormant state. Waves of red blood cells knocked the ___ bacterium about, tossing its ___, suspended form from one membrane to the next. The germ waited, as it had for days, until the host's chemistry was perfect for waking from its slumber and unleashing its ___ toll on the host's body. In a few hours, the single microbe would multiply into a ___, and then the tiny legion would seize control of the host's nervous system. Not even the best research scientists could find a way to ___ the deadly effects of the microscopic villains.
From the list below, supply the words needed to complete the paragraph. Some words will not be used. condone, officious, nuance, cult, connoisseur, credence, torpor, dilettante. The chef, tucked away in the kitchen, nervously awaited the report from the latest critic. Knowing that Mr. Tahoma was a[n] _____ of Peruvian cuisine and a weekly newspaper columnist with a[n] ____ following, the chef hoped that the waiters refrained from the _____ behavior that well-known food critics must often endure from servers. The chef had run the restaurant for twenty-eight years; he was certainly not a[n] _____ in matters of cooking, but owing to a decline in customers, he worried about the fate of the business. He could only hope that Mr. Tahoma would rave about the many subtle _____ in the meal. A positive review, combined with the _____ accorded to the column, might be all that the chef needed to save the restaurant.
Study the entries and answer the questions that follow. The prefixes ambi and amphi mean "both" or "around." The roots luc and lum mean "light." The prefix super means "above" or "over." The root magn means "great." You might use a lamp to _____ your desktop so that you can see your work. If the filament in the light bulb does not become _____, you will know that the bulb is burned out.
When the factions reached an impasse over who would control the seaport, the two sides escalated threats toward each other, with each side hoping the other would be the first to cave under the stress of the continued ______. A. nanotechnology B. decadence C. brinkmanship D. placebo E. kleptomania.
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