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Test 18

1. When combined, the two gases are lethal.

2. His passionate speech incited the crowd to attack the royal palace.

3. Don’t ignore signals of imminent danger.

4. He regarded it as an indignity to ask for favors of others.

5. Many examples of rococo architecture can be seen in Spain.

6. We stayed up all night and listened to her witticisms.

7. The extreme heat during the day is the reason for their apparent indolence.

8. The team languished in last place until the new coach arrived.

9. The recipient of the award gave me a short speech.

10. She met many new friends during the orientation week.

11. Don’t be fooled by the immobility of that animal; it’s a nocturnal creature.

12. We wanted our goals as transparent as possible.


Lethal/incite/imminent/indignity/rococo/witticism/indolence/languish/recipient/ orientation/immobility/transparent

Test 19

1. The AIDS virus attacks the body’s immune system.

2. The detective quickly drew an analogy between the two seemingly unrelated crimes.

3. Inhabitants of the maritime provinces are usually very knowledgeable about fishing.

4. Albert finished the race in the hindmost position.

5. Today’s temperature has reached 30 degrees centigrade.

6. She has a distinct antipathy to those who smoke.

7. For technical words you can’t understand, refer to the glossary.

8. The two factions were unable to reach consensus.

9. Strong earthquakes can create a catastrophe if they hit a populated area.

10. Being an extrovert, he opted for a career in show business.

11. Her friends condoled with on her sudden bereavement.

12. Bureaucracy often hinders the progress of a government.


Immune/analogy/maritime/hindmost/centigrade/antipathy/glossary/consensus/ catastrophe/bereavement/bureaucracy

Test 20

1. All mammal mothers nurture their young.

2. Idolatry is the worship of idols such as movie stars, famous musicians or even obscure gods.

3. The author of that book prefers to remain anonymous.

4. The Pope is at the head of the Catholic hierarchy.

5. The judge said that the accused’s background was irrelevant to the case.

6. The antagonism between the two teams is because of their long rivalry.

7. The ideology of a Buddhist monk differs from that of a Catholic priest.

8. We couldn’t help but compromise with him on the matter.

9. Living so recklessly can be hazardous to your health.

10. His irreverent remarks shocked all the worshippers.

11. Many educators fear that comic books will contaminate the moral of the young.


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Test 21

1. You don’t have to be old to make judicious decision.

2. To avoid setting a bad precedent, the headmaster punished the tardy student.

3. It took several years to renovate the cathedral.

4. All his relatives abhor his indulgent lift style.

5. The police have so far failed to apprehend the suspects.

6. Political speeches are usually full of fancy rhetoric.

7. The engineers calculated that it was not practicable to dig a railway tunnel under that mountain.

8. Nixon’s involvement in the Watergate scandal did irreparable damage to his reputation.

9. The company’s financial situation appeared to be irremediable, so they declared bankruptcy.

10. Anthropologists study modern and ancient cultures.

11. The earthquake had caused a lot of damage, but it was all reparable.

12. She is always gossiping about inconsequential matters.


Judicious/precedent/renovate/indulgent/apprehend/rhetoric/practicable/irreparable/ irremediable/anthropologist/reparable/inconsequential

Test 22

1. Some fast food has a very low nutrient content.

2. The director can be rather repellent when he’s on the set.

3. The lieutenant tried to appease the angry soldiers.

4. He will retaliate on whoever insults him.

5. They offered to sell us the obsolete goods at a substantial discount.

6. After an impressive beginning, the rest of their career was an anticlimax.

7. Attempts by management to integrate the tow subsidiaries haven’t gone smoothly.

8. He renounced his claim to the inheritance.

9. In that country, attending school is not optional; it’s obligatory.

10. Let’s all strive for the regeneration of our society.

11. Shakespeare was the preeminent playwright of his time.

12. His renunciation of his previous statements came as a great surprise.



Test 23

1. Auxiliary police were called in to quell the riot.

2. The value of US dollars had depreciated due to inflation.

3. Her insolent remarks showed that she did not respect him.

4. The fickle salesman changed jobs whenever he received a better offer.

5. Most stories are adapted from archetypes.

6. This word processor is compatible with most personal computers.

7. We are given much latitude in political belief.

8. Chef Pierre specializes in French cuisine.

9. They traveled form Dover to Oxford by private conveyance.

10. He is an expert on the archaeology of ancient Egypt.

11. A humble man becomes hypocritical if he goes too far.

12. Printing more money is incompatible with reducing inflation.


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Test 24

1. She intimated that she was in agreement with them.

2. It’s manifest that she has lost some weight.

3. After retaking the town they found that it had been ravaged by the enemy.

4. Being garrulous is an attribute of a salesman.

5. She ignored their malicious gossip and continued with amour.

6. This medicine isn’t a panacea for all illnesses.

7. She had an excellent linguistic ability; she spoke six languages well.

8. The war had depleted the resources of the country.

9. The ingenuous young man was deceived into joining their cult.

10. Her aspiration to become a journalist has been realized.

11. The British queen is the counterpart of the French president.

12. The priest pronounced a benediction over the newlyweds.


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Test 25

1. They had tried hard to purge dissidents from the party.

2. They met with a slight mishap on the way.

3. An introvert by nature, he doesn’t like to socialize much.

4. Archaeologists discovered vestiges of the Mayan civilization.

5. We didn’t catch the exact meaning of his paradox.

6. She didn’t notice the subsequent change in his attitude.

7. The U. N. reconciles international disputes.

8. Stagnant water in ponds might be the reason for the increase in cases of malaria.

9. His arguments seemed sophomoric and tedious.

10. Climbing Mount Everest is a mammoth undertaking.

11. The government was surprised at the vehement public protest against the new tax.



Test 26

1. Such a myopic strategy is doomed to failure.

2. The company’s attempt to increase sales in Asia has made substantive progress so far.

3. Predatory animals are those which prey upon other animals.

4. The moon appears to be in perpetual motion.

5. The practical uses of this machine are manifold.

6. After the expiration date, the tickets are automatically invalidated.

7. He ignored the provocation of the bully and continued with his work.

8. They didn’t recognize the magnitude of the problem

9. The hotel is in close proximity to the train station.

10. Necessity is the mother of innovation.

11. She gave an incredulous look to the salesman when he told her it was the best product.

12. Remember to state the source when you paraphrase.


Myopic/substantive/predatory/perpetual/manifold/invalidate/provocation/magnitude/ proximity/innovation/incredulous/paraphrase

Test 27

1. His avarice earned him the scorn of all neighbors.

2. Jose Canseco is a prolific home run hitter.

3. The doctors were unable to ascertain the cause of her death.

4. The minutes of their meeting were entirely transcribed in the bulletin.

5. Constant surveillance by the secret police finally alienated the talented writer from society.

6. An arbitrator was called into mediate between the management and the union.

7. An increase in the money supply augments inflationary trends.

8. He traveled to India to learn more about meditation.

9. Psychiatrists help people with mental problems.

10. A previous misadventure abroad didn’t affect her fondness of traveling.

11. A doctor needs to have much physiological knowledge.

12. History books can give us much retrospective knowledge.



Test 28

1. The immigrants were coerced into working at the factory for low wages.

2. Nuclear war could annihilate the whole world.

3. He has the presumption to say that he can foresee the ultimate effects of the actions.

4. Opium should only be used to alleviate pain.

5. Drinking warm milk can help cure insomnia.

6. Fruits and vegetables have much sustenance.

7. Your report is redundant; you’d better condense it.

8. Though vivacious on stage, her friends found her melancholy in private life.

9. Though promising in his youth, he only had a mediocre career.

10. Most animals that live in the desert are nocturnal.

11. Currently entrepreneurs from many countries are investing in mainland China.

12. Machiavelli believed that politicians must be like chameleons in order to be successful.


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Test 29

1. The haps and mishaps of life are not foreseeable.

2. Jane has a catholic taste for all kinds of literature.

3. She tried to maintain a genteel demeanor in public.

4. The population of most countries includes ethnic minorities.

5. We have to pay heed to the smallest facet of that economic problem

6. Young people are often heedless of their parents’ advice.

7. He refused to abase himself by doing manual labor.

8. She was a holy woman, innocent and chaste.

9. The editor is emending some mistakes in this article.

10. The death knell was heard throughout the town.

11. He depicted my proposal as unrealistic.

12. He beguiled me into signing the contract.



Test 30

1. The earthquake caused a small rift in the coastal highway.

2. The senior partner was a good mentor for the young associate.

3. The general decided to deploy more troops at the frontier.

4. The patricide was sentenced to life imprisonment.

5. The surgeon probed the wound to determine the extent of the injury.

6. He adjusted himself very quickly to the sultry weather of the tropical island.

7. He had a booming voice and the robust build of a rugby player.

8. His wife berated him for his lavish expenditure.

9. He has been under the overt surveillance of the police.

10. Ignoring the ominous signs, the incompetent general ordered the troops to attack the enemy stronghold.

11. The sale of tainted pork has caused a scandal recently.

12. Edgar Allan Poe had a sardonic and unpredictable temperament.


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Test 31

1. His cold heart was hidden by his urbane smile.

2. She was coy in her answer to his proposal of marriage.

3. He refused to return to his natal province.

4. Exemplary behavior at work will often earn you a promotion.

5. His tenure as Vice-President was the zenith of his career.

6. She chided the boy for being so naughty.

7. Today there are still many religious zealots in the Middle East.

8. Social life has changed drastically since the advent of the television.

9. Many tourists arrive each spring to view these cascades.

10. After numerous abortive deals, the company collapsed.

11. Some drunkards behave in a bestial manner.

12. His placid disposition was the reason for his appointment as a diplomat.



Test 32

1. It’s absurd for journalists to debase themselves in this way.

2. Despite adverse weather conditions, the ship arrived on time.

3. No matter what setbacks daunted him, he refused to give up.

4. She was baffled by the technical language.

5. There is no facile solution to the grievance.

6. That clever invention represents the acme of his skill.

7. A film critic complained that the censor was too tolerant.

8. Just take a little; it’s a strong potion.

9. I can’t understand the legal jargon they use in the courtroom.

10. It was patent to us that she was only joking.

11. The mysterious event was an enigma to us all.

12. Bereft of authority, he was ridiculed by his former subordinates.



Test 33

1. Extreme religious fervor is often destructive.

2. Nietzsche proclaimed himself to be amoral.

3. He had a phobia of entering cemeteries.

4. He stood aghast at the horrible sight.

5. Dauntless in the face of adversity, he finally succeeded.

6. Unknown to us then. The event was a prelude of things to come.

7. President Clinton was censured for failing to take action.

8. Many tourists visit the health resort to have thermal baths.

9. They went ahead with the plan once they had his tacit consent.

10. His years spent as a professional soldier made him a stoic.

11. Stokers “ Dracula” is the most famous vampire story.


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Test 34

1. The conquests of Napoleon Bonaparte are recorded in the annals of history.

2. They convened a special meeting to discuss the issue.

3. They sang a dirge before cremating the corpse.

4. Industry has destroyed the livelihood of the village artisans.

5. It took weeks to clear the rubble caused by the earthquake.

6. The devout Muslim prayed five times a day.

7. The fans were in ecstasy over seeing their team win the tournament.

8. The tourists were agape at the uninhibited behavior of the natives.

9. We blanched almonds by soaking off their skins in boiling water.

10. We found being an optician a boring but stable career.

11. He burnished the brass until it was shiny.

12. Hunger actuated the indolent hunters into action.


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Test 35

1. Unusual astral events often frightened ancient people.

2. Braille is a tactile written language used by the blind.

3. She insisted that their relationship remain a platonic one.

4. A great man should disdain flatterers.

5. I don’t know what moral to draw from this parable.

6. There is a large disparity in income between the residents of the two towns.

7. The babysitter is adroit at dealing with naughty children.

8. “He is as brave as a lion” is an example of simile.

9. The subject won’t be on the agenda.

10. His attempts to rectify the situation were in vain.

11. The crowd was fascinated by the bizarre spectacle.

12. Few of his subjects understood the whimsical king.


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