Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level A Unit 2





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Choose the correct verb for each sentence below. You will only be able to take this quiz one time. Read carefully. Find the subject or subjects in each sentence. Ask yourself if the subject is singular or plural. Singular subjects need singular verbs. Remember that singular verbs end in s.

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adverse

(adj.) unfavorable, negative; working against. hostile

arid

(adj.) extremely dry; uninteresting, dull

assailant

(n.) a person who attacks violently (with blows or words)

billow

(n.) a large wave; 
(v.) to rise or swell like a wave

confront

(v.) to meet face-to-face, especially as a challenge; come to grips with

constrain

(v.) to force, compel; to restrain, hold back

contemporary

(adj.) belonging to the same period of time as oneself; 
(n.) a person of the same time

depict

(v.) to portray; to represent or show in the form of a picture

disinterested

(adj.) fair-minded, free from selfish motives; indifferent

encompass

(v.) to encircle, go or reach around; to enclose; to include with a certain group or class

groundless

(adj.) without any good reason or cause, unjustified

hypocrite

(n.) a person who pretends to be what he or she is not or better than he or he really is; a two-faced person

incomprehensible

(adj.) impossible to understand

manipulate

(v.) to handle or use skillfully; to manage or control for personal gain or advantage

maximum

(n.) the greatest possible amount or degree; 
(adj.) reaching the greatest possible amount or degree

mimic

(n.) a person who does imitations; 
(v.) to imitate; to make fun of

ruffle

(v.) to wrinkle, make uneven; to annoy, upset; to flip through; 
(n.) a gathered strip of material used for trimming edges; a ripple; a low drumbeat

serene

(adj.) peaceful, calm; free of emotional upset; clear and free of storm; majestic, grand

sheepish

(adj.) embarrassed; resembling a sheep in meekness, timid

stamina

(n.) the strength needed to keep going or overcome physical or mental strain; staying power

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