Vocabulary - Sentence Completion - 07

Vocabulary Examination - Sentence Completion
These tests improve your vocabulary, ability to follow the internal logic of sentences and elimination skill process.


1. To find out what her husband bought for her birthday, Susan attempted to ________ his family members about his recent shopping excursions.


2. The man’s ________ driving resulted in a four-car pile-up on the freeway.


3. The villagers locked their doors when they heard about the pirates who were ________ unprotected villages along the island’s coastline.


4. My ancestor who lost his life in the Revolutionary War was a ________ for American independence.


5. The devoted fans paid ________ to the late singer by placing flowers on his memorial and by holding burning votive candles.



6. The busy, ________ fabric of the clown’s tie matched his oversized jacket, which was equally atrocious.


7. Patrice was a(n) ________ girl when she was teenager—long-limbed and constantly tripping over her own feet.


8. This summer’s movies are ________ for audiences of escape-the-heat mindless entertainment—not one film offers a substantive or even plausible plot.


9. As Ramiro strolled through his old neighborhood, he noticed sounds and smells that were ________ of his childhood.


10. I like listening to Wesley go on about politics and social issues; his opinions are ________ with my own beliefs.


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