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Level B Unit 13 Choosing the Right Word Answers
For more than hundred years, the delightful Alice’s adventures in Wonderland has been ____________ readers young and old.
I have difficulty remembering the correct ___________ of the many battles that took place during the Civil War.
Some controversial figures are both _________ as saints and despised as villains.
Many older people complain that the warm spirit of neighborliness has greatly __________ under the conditions of city living.
The speaker warned that our whole system of handling lawbreakers has a ____________ faults that will be difficult to correct.
She kept us in stitches with her _________ jokes.
Any editorial about pollution appearing in such a ___________ newspaper is bound to make a strong impression on many citizens.
My love of reading, ________ by my parents since early childhood, has continued to grow through the years.
Many professionals and executives today have made enjoyable hobbies of such __________ has carpentry and weaving.
The movie was difficult to follow because its many short scenes did not follow a traditional _________ order.
I am writing a ________ that depicts one courageous soldiers devotion to the cause of freedom during the Civil War.
Rather than ________ in your self-pity and play the role of the victim, why don’t you take a stand and confront your accuser.
In my excitement, I accidentally _________ out the very thing that I was trying so hard to conceal.
_________ by the civil rights movement, the students organized several sit-ins and challenged the status quo.
One of the shows signs of a country that is not free is that the people in power will not __________ any criticism of their acts.
As the game proceeded, and the ball continued to change hands, our feelings________ from joy to despair and back again.
Though there has of late been a good deal of __________ for tax reform, nothing much has come of it so far.
For a long time my favorite TV entertainment was police and detective programs, but now they are beginning to ________.
Her charming personality and sparkling wit brought a breath of fresh air into the __________ atmosphere of the stuffy old club.
When the Wright brothers made the first successful airplane flight, few people realize the _________ of their achievement.
If it were not for the strong _________ instinct to protect their young, many species of animals could not survive.
The tea act of 1773 was one of the sparks that helped _______ the American revolution.
Like everyone else, I want to be well liked, but I will not __________ of for the public opinion when I am firmly convinced that it is wrong.
The cowboy on his trusty quarter horse play a prominent part in the ________ of the old west.
Marta refuses to swim in the ocean as she is fearful of __________ sharks.
Level B Unit 13 Completing The Sentence Answers
The waves of laughter from the audience indicated that those around me found the clown’s antics as _______ as I did.
His attitudes are so incredibly ______ and hidebound that they would have been considered old-fashioned 100 years ago!
Even though I need a job badly, I still have my self-respect, and I am not going to ______ just to get work.
How can you _______ such rude behavior in a young child!
All of a sudden, from out of the fog loomed a(n) _______ ocean liner bearing down on our small boat.
The two little girls playing house fussed over their dolls with all the _______ attention that their own mothers bestowed on them.
In the ________ of Eric the Red, there is a very interesting account of the Norse discovery of North American in A.D. 1000.
The number and the ______ of the problems faced by the President of the United States are almost beyond our imagination.
The pilot light of the stove will automatically _______ the burner when the handle is turned to the “on” position.
With no money coming in and my daily expenses continuing to mount, my savings have ________ at an alarming rate.
Can you imagine my _______ when I was told I would have to take over the lead role in the play immediately, with no rehearsals!
Our study of American history has taught us to _______ the great men and women who founded this nation.
Instead of moving steadily upwards or steadily downwards, the price of oil has been ________ all year.
We will donate the proceeds of the cake sale to any ________ charity you may select.
“When I was living in the Australian outback, I learned many curious skills and ________ from the local people,” the explorer said.
We had hoped to have a wonderful time at the party, but the sad news of the principal’s accident cast a(n) _______ over the gathering.
She was very fortunate to have had talented and sympathetic teachers who ________ her career.
The audience was _____ not only the lovely voice of the soprano but also by her youthful good looks.
Statements ______ out in anger may often be regretted for a long time afterward.
Educators report that there is a vast difference between a child’s mental age and his or her ________ age.
Level B Unit 13 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
syn: disquiet, uneasiness, upset ant: peace of mind, composure, calm
syn: blab, let slip
syn: in time sequence, consecutive
syn: (v.) support, condone ant: (v.) disapprove of
syn: lessen, decrease, dwindle ant: increase, enlarge, augment
syn: delight, thrill, bewitch ant: bore, nauseate, disgust
syn: waver, seesaw, oscillate ant: stay put, remain, unchanged
syn: (v.) support, nurture, cultivate ant: (v.) stifle, smother, quash, discourage
syn: crouch, cower, cringe, wallow
syn: handiwork, manual art
syn: highly amusing, side-splitting ant: boring, dull, humorless, heartrending
syn: inflame, light, kindle ant: quench, extinguish, douse, put out
syn: extent, immensity, enormity ant: smallness, unimportance, insignificance
syn: bulky, huge, immense, monumental ant: flimsy, frail, thin
syn: motherly, protective, sympathetic ant: fatherly, paternal
syn: (v.) bore, weary; (n.) gloom, shadow ant: (v.) intrigue, fascinate; (n.) light, brightness
syn: reliable, respectable, trustworthy ant: shady, unsavory, questionable
syn: admire, esteem, cherish ant: scorn, disdain, mock, deride
syn: heroic tale, epic, chronicle
syn: stuffy, tiresome, blah(!) ant: forward-looking, avant-garde, progressive
Level B Unit 13 Vocabulary in Context Answers
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