TEST YOUR PROFICIENCY IN ENGLISH USAGE

CHOOSE EACH OF MEANING APPROPRIATE TO ITS BELOW WORD

TEST ONE

  1. Based on law
  2. Not forbidden
  3. Recognized by law
  4. Conforming to rules
  5. Having a license
  6. Having official approval
  7. Within a set of regulations

AUTHORIZED, LEGAL, LICIT, ALLOWABLE, LEGITIMATE, LICENSED, LAWFUL

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TEST TWO

  1. Follow as a model
  2. Follow a person’s actions or words
  3. Pretend to be a person
  4. Repeat mechanically
  5. Make a humorous imitation in art
  6. Criticize in the form of a satire
  7. Make an absurd initation in literary works
  8. Publicly criticize
  9. Scornfully laugh
  10. Use dismissive language
  11. Make a comical representation
  12. Make a simplified exaggeration

MOCK, IMITATE, PARROT, PARODY, CARICATURE, RIDICULE, CARTOON, LAMPOON, BURLESQUE, MIMIC, SATIRIZE, IMPERSONATE

TEST THREE

  1. Distinctively having a smell
  2. Naturally having a smell
  3. Uniquely having a smell
  4. Unpleasantly having a smell
  5. Similarly having a smell
  6. Physically having a smell

SCENTED, AROMATIC, ODORIFEROUS, FRAGRANT, REDOLENT, PERFUMED

TEST FOUR

  1. As far as one knows
  2. As for a doubt or hesitancy
  3. As for an uncertainty
  4. As for a subjectivity

POSSIBLY, PERHAPS, MAYBE, PROBABLY

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TEST FIVE

  1. Missing required action
  2. One thing as a complete failure
  3. A sudden accident
  4. A sudden damage
  5. A sadden distress
  6. Widespread disaster
  7. A sudden political event
  8. A mass scale destruction
  9. A deliberate mass scale killing
  10. A great suffering
  11. A state of great suffering
  12. A painful experience

CALAMITY, ORDEAL, TRIBULATION, FIASCO, FAILURE, DISASTER, CATASTROPHE, GENOCIDE, HOLOCAUST, CATACLYSM, TRAGEDY, HAVOC

TEST SIX

  1. A branch of study
  2. A specific area of activity
  3. A specific area of interest
  4. An aspect of life
  5. An area of debate
  6. A distinct portion
  7. A setting of assessment

CONTEXT, REALM, ARENA, DOMAIN, FIELD, SPHERE, SECTOR

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TEST SEVEN

  1. Prepared to do something
  2. Fully prepared to do something
  3. Specially inclined to do something
  4. Particularly inclined to do something

READY, WILLING, MINDED, DISPOSED

TEST EIGHT

  1. Uncertainly
  2. Almost uncertainly
  3. Truly certainly
  4. Apparently certainly

PROBABLY, LIKELY, PRESUMABLY, LIABLY

TEST NINE

  1. Less in degree
  2. Less in chemical value
  3. Less in progress
  4. Less in condition
  5. Less in defense
  6. Less in feeling
  7. Less in morality
  8. Less in size
  9. Less in impression
  10. Less in violence
  11. Less in strength
  12. Less in physical strength
  13. Less in view
  14. Less in extent
  15. Less in possibility
  16. Less in hostility
  17. Less in infliction
  18. Less in rigor
  19. Less in hardness
  20. Less in emotion

EBB, WEAKEN, WORSEN, RECEDE, SUBSIDE, LOWER, LESSEN, EXACERBATE, AGGRAVATE, DIMINISH, DWINDLE, FADE, WANE, MODERATE, TEMPER, REMIT, ABATE, DECLINE, DEGRADE, DEGENERATE

TEST TEN

  1. A dishonest person
  2. An unprincipled person
  3. A mischievous person
  4. An amusingly mischievous person
  5. An amysingly mischievous child
  6. A prank-playing person
  7. A mischievous person in work
  8. An evil character
  9. A violent person
  10. A disreputable person
  11. A contemptible person
  12. A pirate
  13. A dishonest servant
  14. A liar

ROGUE, RUFFIAN, SCOUNDREL, SCUMBAG, SLEAZEBALL, REPROBATE, VILLAIN, KNAVE, RASCAL, PICAROON, PRANKSTER, RAPSCALLION, SCALAWAG, SCAMP

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