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Level A Unit 7 Choosing the Right Word Answers
Though he was losing his hearing, Beethoven _________ himself in his music.
We were impressed with Ella’s _________, as she described how a new shampoo made her hair grow faster.
The charges against the suspected mugger will probably not hold up in court, so the district attorney has decided to _______ them.
Despite several rejection letters from publishers, the young writer _______ and continued to write stories.
In spite of all your talk about how hard it is to get into medical school, I intend to _________ in my plans to become a doctor.
Is there any sight more _______ than a kitten stranded in a tree?
When the class comedian imitated my way of speaking, it was all I could do not to ________ with embarrassment.
What good does it do for the president of the Student Council to issue ______________ if no one takes the trouble to read them?
We learned in our social studies class that the Constitution ___________ the president to arrange treaties with foreign countries.
She is so worried about appearing _________ that she sometimes refuses to believe things that are well supported by facts.
The more he tried to protect himself by _______, the more he became entrapped in his own web of lies.
Whenever my Aunt Joan hears a hit from the 1990s on the radio, she starts to ______ about her days in high school.
His sticky fingers and the crumbs around his mouth convinced us that he was the ________ in the Case of the Empty Cookie Jar.
Although our coach can spend hours _______ about his victories, he doesn’t have an equally good memory for his defeats.
She _______ so much time and energy on small matters that she can’t prepare properly for the things that are really important.
Dictators like Hitler and Mussolini used ________ language to stir up the emotions of the crowds they addressed.
Because my sister is so __________, I have to avoid reading scary stories to her before her bedtime.
When it became known that four explorers were lost in the jungle, special search parties were sent out to ______ the area for them.
I am afraid that our ambitious plan to modernize the gym has become a ________ of the School Board’s economy drive.
She was so deeply _______ in the book she was reading that she did not even hear us enter the room.
It was plain from the way that he _________ over breakfast that he was in no hurry to visit the dentist.
With the skill of a trained debater, she _______ her opponent’s arguments one by one to reveal their basic weaknesses.
His scheme to make money by preparing term papers for other students is not only completely _______ but immoral as well.
No one ________ being reminded of his or her mistakes, but if you are wise you will try to learn from such criticism.
I spent three hours ________ my room, looking for my homework.
Level A Unit 7 Completing The Sentence Answers
You may not _______ being told that your carelessness was responsible for the accident, even though it happens to be true.
Many people were injured in the explosion, but luckily there was not a single _______.
The story of the homeless child was so _______ that it moved us all to tears.
Before you _______ yourself in the bath, be sure to test the temperature of the water.
We tried to hold Tom steady, but he _______ with pain as the doctor put splints on his broken leg.
Is it wise to _______ so much of your hard-earned money on things that you don’t really want or need?
The dictator ordered his secret police to _______ any attempt to organize a protest rally.
Our supervisor prepared a(n) _______ that reminded the salespeople or the procedures to be followed during the holiday season.
“Only a bigot would dare to make such a rude and _______ remark, even in jest,” I replied.
The children won’t _______ over their homework if they know they’ll be getting cheese and crackers as soon as they finish.
Because he was seen near the scene of the crime at the time the deed was committed, he was suspected of being the _______.
I love to listen to my grandfather _______ about his boyhood adventures in Coney Island.
The new library that will bear Ann Parker’s name is a _______ to her commitment to teaching children how to read.
Do you really think that I am _______ enough to believe his foolish story about being a member of the Olympic team?
The pass _______ you to visit certain rooms in this museum that are not open to the general public.
You may be tempted to _______ but in the long run it will be to your advantage to own up to the truth about your unfortunate error.
We had to _______ the walls for hours to get rid of the dirt and grease with which they were encrusted.
Cracking down on _______ drug traffic is one of the biggest problems facing law-enforcement agencies in the United States.
No matter how talented you may be, you will never be successful unless you learn to _______ in what you undertake.
After we had _______ the animal, we had to point to each of its important organs and explain its main function.
Level A Unit 7 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
Syn: order, entitle, empower Ant: forbid, ban, prohibit
Syn: lawbreaker, wrongdoer
Syn: delay, loiter, dillydally Ant: hurry, hasten, speed up, bustle
Syn: examine Ant: sew together, fuse, weld
Syn: utilize, consume, disburse Ant: save, hoard
Syn: casualty, mortality, loss of life Ant: injury, minor wound
Syn: innocent Ant: suspicious, skeptical
Syn: illegal, unauthorized, forbidden, banned Ant: legal, lawful, permissible, aboveboard
Syn: dunk, engross, submerge Ant: dredge up, pull out
Syn: provoking, incendiary, provocative, confrontational Ant: calming, soothing, lulling, quieting
Syn: reminder, notice Ant: long formal report
Syn: moving, distressing, pitiable, heartrending, heartbreaking Ant: funny, hilarious, frightening
Syn: plug away, pursue, stick to it, carry on Ant: give up, despair, throw in the towel, quit
Syn: stretch the truth, equivocate, fib Ant: tell the truth
Syn: suppress Ant: start, kindle, ignite, encourage
Syn: (n.) pleasure, gusto; (v.) take delight in Ant: (v.) loathe, hate, despise
Syn: remember, recollect
Syn: scrub, search, comb Ant: dirty, soil
Syn: memorial, tribute, evidence, statement
Syn: twist, squirm, thrash, wriggle Ant: lies still
Level A Unit 7 Vocabulary in Context Answers
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