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Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 1 Choosing the Right Word Answers
|I enjoy science-fiction movies, as they provide a short but exciting … from the problems of everyday life.
|The magnificence of the scene far … my ability to describe it in words.
|My teacher can … some degree of interest and attention from even the most withdrawn children.
|The defense attorney quickly realized that the witness’s statement was filled with … , not facts. <br> How can you accuse me of employing .. when I am saying in the plainest possible language that I think you’re a crook?
|His skillful use of academic jargon and fashionable catchphrases could not conceal the essentially .. quality of his ideas.
|At the Senior prom, my sister and most of her friends were glad that men are no longer expected to take the … in choosing dance partners. <br> Because she had just received a large bonus, Joan felt it was her … to purchase a luxury convertible car.
|Perhaps it will … your fright if I remind you that everyone must try something for the fist time at some point in his or her life.
|The newspaper account of the tragedy was quite sensational and filled with … details about the accident.
I truly dislike the kind of sensational popular biography that focuses solely on the more … or scandalous aspects of a superstar’s career.
|Who would have thought he would take … at an e-mail from a friend who wanted only to help?
|After watching four TV football games on New Year’s Day, I was … with the pigskin sport for weeks to come. <br> I prefer reading about modest and sympathetic characters rather that those who are contemptuous and …
|We cannot know today what sort of accent Abraham Lincoln had, but it may well be that there was a decidedly … twang to his speech.
|Popularity polls seem to be based on the mistaken idea that the basic task of a political leader is to win immediate … from the people.
|The most … form of charity, according to the ancient Hebrew sages, is to help a poor person to become self-supporting.
|The try to “prove” the … of modern youth by emphasizing everything that is bad and ignoring whatever is good.
|On the air the star seemed calm, but privately he sent … notes to those who gave him bad reviews.
|The American two-party system almost always makes it unnecessary to form a … of minority parties to carry on the government.
|I see no point in … with a person who habitually refuses to listen to reason.
|Apparently mistaking us for the millionaire’s children, the hotel manager overwhelmed us with his … attentions.
|To impress her newly made friend. She… an interest in modern art, of which she knew nothing.
|If you try to … in a friend’s quarrel, you will only make things worse.
Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 1 Completing The Sentence Answers
|In an age when the United States has truly global responsibilities, we cannot afford to have leaders with … points of view.
|I take no … at your personal remarks, but I feel you would have been better advised not to make them.
|Forever humbling himself and flattering others, Dicken’s Uriah Heep is famously …
|During the brief … in the music, someone’s ringing cell phone split the air.
|If you cannot meet the college’s entrance requirements, it will be futile to have someone … on your behalf.
|Weakened military, and with a large part of the population living on free “bread and circuses,” the once and mighty Roman Empire now entered a period of …
|The midnight fire in our apartment building cast a .. unearthly light on the faces of the firefighters struggling to put it out.
|The managers expressed her unfavorable opinion of the job application by … rather than by direct statement.
|The issue of good faith that your conduct raises far … the specific question of whether or not you are responsible for the problem.
|If you take pride in expressing yourself with force and originality, you should not use so many … phrases.
|I certainly appreciate your praise, but I must say that I can see nothing so remarkably … in having done what any decent person would do.
|His confidence grew as he received clear signs of the … of his superiors.
|I feel that, as an old friend, I have the … of criticizing your actions without arousing resentment.
|Various insects have a marvelous capacity to protect themselves by … the appearance of twigs and other objects in their environment.
|Of course you have a right to ask the waiter for a glass of water, but is there any need to use the … tone of a spoiled child?
|The only way to defeat the party in power is for all the reform groups to form a … and back a single slate of candidates.
|Since I don’t like people who play favorites in the office, I have frequently … against such behavior with my superiors.
|Although we tried to express our sympathy, we knew that mere words could do nothing to … her grief.
|In the question and answer session, we tried to … from the candidates some definite indication of how they proposed to reduce the nation’s debt.
|Their tastes have been so … by luxurious living that they seem incapable of enjoying the simple pleasures of life.
Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 1 Synonyms and Antonyms Answers
|disapproval, condemnation, censure
|mitigate, alleviate, slake, allay
|intensify, aggravate, exacerbate
|alliance, league, federation, combine
|rise, growth, development, maturation
|call forth, evoke, extract, educe
|repress, quash, squelch, stifle
|protest, remonstrate, complain
|banal, trite, commonplace, corny
|new, fresh, novel, original
|sated, surfeited, cloyed
|gruesome, gory, grisly, baleful, ghastly
|pleasant, attractive, appealing, wholesome
|praiseworthy, laudable, commendable
|blameworthy, reprehensible, discreditable
|irritable, testy, waspish
|even-tempered, placid, serene, amiable
|narrow-minded, parochial, insular, naive
|cosmopolitan, catholic, broad-minded
|feign, pretend, affect
|irritation, pique, annoyance
|pleasure, delight, satisfaction
|mealymouthed, servile, fawning, greasy
Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 1 Vocabulary in Context Answers
|“You are a very remarkable man, Dick!” said my aunt, with an air of unqualified approbation; “and never pretend to be anything else, for I know better!”
|Her quiet interest in everything that interested Dora; her manner of making acquaintance with Jip (who responded instantly); her modest grace and ease, eliciting a crowd of blushing little marks of confidence from Dora; seemed to make our circle quite complete.
|I had a hard day’s work, and was pretty well jaded when I came climbing out, at last, upon the level of Blackheath. It cost me some trouble to find out Salem House; but I found it…
|Here and there, some early lamps were seen to twinkle in the distant city; and in the eastern quarter of the sky the lurid light still hovered, But, from the greater part of the broad valley interposed, a mist was rising like a sea, which, mingling with the darkness, made it seems as if the gathering waters would encompass them.
|. . . [I] faced about for Greenwich, which I had understood was on the Dover Road: taking very little more out of the world, towards the retreat of my aunt, Miss Betsey, than I had brought into it, on the night when my arrival gave her so much umbrage.
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