English Vocabulary Practice - 10 Questions

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A. tax; charge; levy; grievous price
B. declaration; notice; the act of informing the public
C. person who designs gardens or large areas
D. habit; tradition; convention


A. to invite; to speak loudly; to visit; to phone
B. to advertise; to bring to the attention of a large audience
C. to fix in place; to link firmly together; to be held in place
D. to guide; to lead; to instruct; to manage; to supervise


A. afternoon party where a light meal is served
B. any vehicle which can be flown (i.e. helicopter)
C. selection; choice; assortment; accumulation
D. toll; payment for services rendered; cost of admission; commission; feudal estate


A. fastener consisting of a metal ring for lining a small hole to permit the attachment of cords or lines
B. attraction; lottery; contest which ends in a tie; natural channel; gully
C. newspaper that is published 5 to 7 times a week
D. abuse; molestation


A. base; foot; seat of a chair
B. the level of monetary funding a company needs to run smoothly
C. area; domain; range; piece of land; surface
D. management committee; food


A. to compare in a critical manner; to verify; to collect; to compile
B. to manage; to process; to deal in; to do business with; to treat
C. to take a cruise; to travel; to make a journey
D. to learn; to ponder; to examine; to investigate; to memorize


A. decayed; decomposed; putrid; spoiled; despicable
B. excellent; wonderful; splendid; magnificent
C. preliminary; beginning
D. regular; ordinary; low-grade; poor


A. eject; drive out; banish
B. to comprise; to contain; to embrace
C. to pave the way; to create a path; to guide; to initiate; to originate
D. to set up a center of operations; to be set up in a center of operations


A. location; description of a location
B. manager; person or group of persons having administrative authority within an organization
C. silence; noiselessness; stillness; tranquility; muteness; speechlessness
D. obstacle; misfortune; something which hinders progress


A. a charge imposed and collected
B. person who has completed a course of study and received a degree or diploma
C. relative highness or lowness of a sound; tar; asphalt; throw
D. replacement; alteration; shift; coins; money received back after paying for goods

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