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Level A Unit 1 Choosing the Right Word Answers
His notebooks show that Leonardo da Vinci was not only a masterful artist but an (*inept, ingenious*) inventor as well.
We can (*compress, besiege*) the message of the sermon into one short sentence: “Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.”
He may claim that we have (*libeled, doused*) him, but we have facts to back up every statement made in the column about him.
The beauty of the Grand Canyon is so (*immense, instantaneous*) that it is absolutely impossible to capture its grandeur on film
Which job would you take–one that is more (*ingenious, gainful*) right now or one that pays a small salary but offers a chance for valuable training?
Her conscience forced her to (*denounce, libel*) the conspirators to the authorities.
Tom may not be as polished and clever as some of the other boys, but I think it is unfair of you to call him an (*apparel, oaf*).
The story I am reading features a(n) (*inept, doused*) detective who cannot solve a case and continually loses things.
We were pleasantly surprised to see that she completed the difficult task we had given her with neatness and (*irk, dispatch*).
As soon as she took over the office of Mayor, she was (*besieged, dispatched*) by dozens of people eager to get city jobs.
(*Famished, Compressed*) for a chance to see her work in print, the young writer begged the magazine editor to publish her story.
His conceit is so (*immense, gainful*) that he cannot imagine anyone voting against him in the election for class president.
I will never (*recede, forsake*) the people who helped me in my hour of need!
After all the bad things he has done, I feel no (*dispatches, misgivings*) about telling him that I don’t want him to be my “friend” anymore.
My sister is learning French, taking cooking classes, and participating in other (*inept, gainful*) pursuits that will allow her to become a master chef.
You may criticize the roads and the lights, but the fact is that (*inept, immense*) drivers are the cause of most car accidents.
I always feel sad at the end of the autumn, when the trees lose their beautiful (*repast, apparel*) of leaves.
As soon as he began his long, boring speech, our excitement died down, as though we had been (*denounced, doused*) with cold water.
Our puppy’s paws and legs are much larger than her body, but she looks adorable as she lumbers around the yard like a huge (*libel, oaf*).
Where did he ever get the curious idea that we set up this volleyball court (*expressly, instantaneously*) for him and his friends?
We are working hard to improve conditions in our community, but we cannot expect (*famished, instantaneous*) results.
Each day, after she finishes her homework, she enjoys a light (*repast, misgiving*) of the detective stories she loves so well.
Instead of feeling (*forsaken, irked*) because you did poorly on the exam, why don’t you make up your mind to study harder in the future?
When I realized that I was thoroughly prepared for the final exams, my fears quickly (*receded, irked*).
Hold the (*repast, compress*) on your ankle until the swelling goes down.
Level A Unit 1 Completing The Sentence Answers
How can we hope to ______ a city that is surrounded by such strong walls and has ample supplies of everything it needs?
Don’t allow yourself to be ______ by every small trouble that may arise during the day.
Let’s make certain to _______ the fire before leaving camp.
Some of life’s rewards are ______; others are a long time in coming.
Some people hailed the main as a genius; others ______ him as a quack.
you had no right to call me a clumsy __________ just because I spilled some water on you.
As it was well past their lunchtime by the time we arrived home, the children were _______ and demanding food.
You will be able to get everything into a single suitcase if you _______ all the items as much as possible.
On my first baby-sitting job, I found that one must have _______ patience to take care of young children.
When you play tennis for the first time, you are going to find that your attempts to hit the ball are very _______.
As an inexperienced sailor, I had more than a few _______ about taking out the small boat in such rough weather.
The laws of this land do not shield public figures from just criticism, but they do protect them against ________.
A(n) __________ will be sent to all our representatives in Latin America advising them how to handle the problem.
While all true vegetarians ________ animal meats, some do eat dairy products, such as milk and yogurt.
Far away on the horizon, we saw the tiny figures of a lonely traveler and his mule ________ into the sunset.
None of us could figure out how the _________ magician had managed to escape from the trunk submerged in the tank of water.
When you are really hungry, even the simplest foods, such as a slice of buttered bread, will be a delicious _________.
Your _________ can be neat and attractive without being expensive.
Because I have reached an age at which I am unwilling to depend on my parents, I am out to find a(n) _______ occupation.
The terms of our agreement ___________ forbade us to take any of the goods for our own use.
Level A Unit 1 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
Syn: (n.) attire, garments, outfits; (v.) deck out Ant: (v.) undress, unclothe, strip, denude
Syn: blockade, encircle, pressure, hound
Syn: (v.) condense, shrink, shorten, squash Ant: (v.) enlarge, swell, expand
Syn: criticize, censure, express disapproval of Ant: hail, acclaim, validate
Syn: (v.) slay; (n.) report, communication Ant: (v.) recall, withhold
Syn: submerge, soak, dunk, immerse Ant: dry out, dehydrate, kindle, ignite
Syn: pointedly, explicitly, clearly Ant: implicitly, accidently
Syn: hungry, starving, ravenous Ant: well fed, full, satisfied, satiated
Syn: desert, disown, ditch Ant: keep, hold on to, stand by, support
Syn: moneymaking, paying Ant: unprofitable, unrewarding, nonpaying
Syn: vast, immeasurable, gigantic Ant: small, tiny, minute, infinitesimal
Syn: clumsy, unskilled, incompetent, bungling Ant: skillful, accomplished, adroit
Syn: imaginative, resourceful, inventive Ant: unimaginative, unoriginal, uninventive
Syn: prompt, quick, speedy Ant: delayed, slow, gradual
Syn: bother, irritate, vex Ant: please, delight, cheer, gladden
Syn: (n.) slur; (v.) smear, defame, tarnish Ant: (n., v.) compliment
Syn: worry, qualm, hesitation, bad feelings Ant: feeling of confidence, assurance
Syn: bonehead, dunce, clod, lout
Syn: retreat, go back, back up, ebb Ant: advance, come closer
Level A Unit 1 Vocabulary in Context Answers
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