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Level A Unit 9 Choosing the Right Word Answers

1. *subordinate*
1. *subordinate*
In times of crisis, we may be called on to (*deluge, subordinate*) our personal interests to the needs of the nation as a whole.
 
2. *discretion*
I look forward to the time when my parents will agree that I have reached the “age of (*discretion, misrepresentation*).
 
3. *liberate*
Modern household appliances have done much to (*liberate, deluge*) homemakers from tedious and time-consuming chores.
 
4. *avenge*
Many Western films include a character who is out to (*intimidate, avenge*) a wrong done to a close friend or relative.
 
5. *saunter*
Wasn’t it annoying to see Michael (*verge, saunter*) into the party as though he were the coolest person ever to walk the face of the earth?
 
6. *variable*
He soon learned that the moods of a youngster–happy one moment, miserable the next–can be as (*variable, sluggish*) as the winds.
 
7. *saunter*
If you know that you are late for school, why do you (*saunter, rendezvous*) along as though you had all the time in the world?
 
8. *intimidate*
A fastball pitcher will often try to (*liberate, intimidate*) an opposing batter by “shaving” him with an inside pitch.
 
9. *rendezvou*
At the State Fair, we separated to visit different exhibits, but we agreed to (*saunter, rendezvous*) at the refreshment stand at five o’clock.
 
10. *misrepresented*
This biased editorial has deliberately (*misrepresented, avenged*) the stand of our candidate on the important issues of the election.
 
11. *subordinate*
Though once her peer, I became Caitlin’s (*variable, subordinate*) when she was promoted to company president.
 
12. *sluggish*
We held a meeting to discuss why the sale of tickets to the class dance has been so (*sluggish, rotund*) and what we can do about it.
 
13. *outright*
Only the (*optional, outright*) repeal of this unfair nuisance tax will satisfy the voters.
 
14. *sluggish*
I knew my dog was not feeling well when he suddenly became (*deluged, sluggish*) and refused to get up.
 
15. *ceded*
The aged millionaire, wishing to spend his last years in peace and quiet, (*ceded, impacted*) all his business interests to his sons.
 
16. *verges*
It is good for you to “stand up for your rights,” but you should not do so in a way that (*verges, subordinates*) on discourtesy.
 
17. *discretion*
It is up to the teacher’s (*discretion, impact*) what topics can be chosen for our research papers.
 
18. *rotund*
It is shocking to see how, in just a few years, the lean young athlete has allowed himself to become flabby and (*giddy, rotund*).
 
19. *tinting*
Many people, unhappy with what nature has given them, seek to improve their appearance by *(tinting, ceding*) their hair.
 
20. *logical*
There are times in life when you should be guided more by your feelings, without trying to be strictly (*outright, logical*) about everything.
 
21. *optional*
The invitation to the party said that formal wear was (*optional, variable*).
 
22. *deluged*
Letters of protest (*deluged, tinted*) the Mayor’s office when he proposed an increase in the sales tax.
 
23. *giddy*
We had regarded her as a rather (*logical, giddy*) young girl, but in this tough situation she showed that she had courage and good sense.
 
24. *impact*
I plan to write a term paper that will discuss the different ways in which commercial television has had a major (*impact, verge*) on American life for more than sixty years.
 
25. *liberated*
The people rejoiced after being (*liberated, intimidated*) from oppression.

Level A Unit 9 Completing The Sentence Answers

 
Liberated
Many older residents of paris can still recall the day in1944 whyen allied troops _________ the city from greman occupation.
 
Sluggish
after the heavy metal, we felt so _________ that we just sat in the living rom and wached whatever was on television.
 
avenge
Next year, when we have a stronger, more experienced team, we hope to _______ the crushing defeat we have just suffered.
 
Optional
by not ordering ________ features, we can hold down the cost of the new car we want to buy.
 
tint
by late September, the leaves on the trees in the woods have begun to take on their normal autum _____
 
cede
After being defeated in a war that lasted from 1846 to 1848, Mexico was forced to ______ vast territories to the untied states.
 
Logical
Her arguement was so ______ that she convinced us that her solution to the math proble was the correct one.
 
misrepresenting
our ” truth in advertising” laws are designed to discourage manurefacturres from ______________ the verteus of their products.
 
Verge
we believe that the world s now on the _____ of new and exciting developing that may dramaticly change the way we live.
 
Discretion
beacuseof the lawyers long experence i legal maers, we lefty it to his _______ how to proceed ith thye case.
 
intimidate
we realize that sweet talk and flattery were getting them nowhere, they tryed to __________ me into douing what they wanted.
 
Saunter
every eye was on us as we ________ down main street in our new outfits.
 
Outright
the force of the head-on colusion was so severe that the drivers of both vehicles were killed _______
 
Variable
you may live where the sun shines all the time, but i prefer a more _______ climate.
 
sluggish
Uncle eddie, with his _______ figure, is often called on to play santa clause.
 
deluge
According tp the eyewitnesses, the great ________ that arrived after the hurricane caused more damage than the winds.
 
impact
Even fans sitting high in the stands could hear the ______when the big fullback crasdhed into the line.
 
subbordiante
As a young and inexperenced employee, you can not expect to hold more than a a(n) ____________ job in that big company.
 
giddy
Many people say that they become quite _______ when they look down from the top of a tall building.
 
Renezvous
The two groups of hikers, setting out from different potins, have planned a(n) ____________ at four’o clock at Eagles Rock.

Level A Unit 9 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers

 
avenge
SYNONYM: retaliate
 
cede
SYNONYMS: deliver up, transfer
 
deluge
SYNONYMS: (v.) swamp, inundate
 
deluge
ANTONYMS: (n.) trickle, dribble
 
discretion
SYNONYMS: prudence, tact, discrimination
 
giddy
SYNONYMS: faint, frivolous, flighty
 
giddy
ANTONYMS: levelheaded, serious, earnest, sober
 
impact
SYNONYMS: collision, blow, effect
 
intimidate
SYNONYMS: bully, browbeat, hector
 
liberate
SYNONYMS: untie, unshackle
 
liberate
ANTONYMS: imprison, fetter, shackle, bind
 
logical
SYNONYMS: rational, sensible
 
logical
ANTONYMS: absurd, ridiculous, unsound, preposterous
 
misrepresent
SYNONYMS: distort, falsify, twist, exaggerate
 
optional
SYNONYMS: voluntary, elective, discretionary
 
optional
ANTONYMS: required, mandatory, compulsory
 
outright
SYNONYMS: (adj.) total, out and out; (adv.) utterly; instantly
 
outright
ANTONYMS: (adj.) partial, incomplete (adv.) by degrees
 
rendezvous
SYNONYMS: (n) date, appointment, assignation
 
rotund
SYNONYMS: portly, sonorous
 
rotund
ANTONYMS: angular, lanky, skinny, gaunt
 
saunter
SYNONYMS: (v.) ramble, amble; (n.) promenade
 
saunter
ANTONYMS: (v.) speed, race, hurry, dash, scurry, rush
 
sluggish
SYNONYMS: unhurried, lethargic
 
sluggish
ANTONYMS: energetic, brisk
 
subordinate
SYNONYMS: (n.) assistant, helper
 
subordinate
ANTONYMS: (adj.) superior, higher, (n.) chief, supervisor
 
tint
SYNONYMS: (n.) tone; (v.) color, stain
 
tint
ANTONYMS: (v.) bleach
 
variable
SYNONYMS: (adj.) fluctuating, shifting, inconstant
 
variable
ANTONYMS: (adj.) constant, unchanging, steady
 
verge
SYNONYMS: (n.) threshold, edge

Level A Unit 9 Vocabulary in Context Answers

  1. D
  2. A
  3. B
  4. C
  5. A

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