By Murray Bromberg, Melvin Gordon
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When I correct my kid brother's math errors, he is __________ enough to insist that he is right. 5. * Definitions Match the new words with their meanings. 6. precocious ____ a. done without care, superficial 7. perfunctory ____ b. reaching maturity early 8. chagrin ____ c. feeling of disappointment, humiliation 9. perverse ____ d. contrary, persisting in error 10. deride ____ e. to ridicule, scoff* at Today's Idiom red-letter dayday of happiness, time for rejoicing (holidays are red-letter days on our calendars) My red-letter day came when I was chosen as senior class president.
10. I used to (scoff, feint) at Hank's stories of the fish he had caught, but he made a believer out of me. Answers are on Page 306 < previous page page_25 next page > < previous page page_26 next page > Page 26 Wordsearch 4 Using the clues listed below, fill in each blank in the following story with one of the new words you learned this week. Want to Run for Office? In recent years, we have seen the phenomenon of incumbent politicians retiring in record numbers. When interviewed, many of them admitted that they had lost their taste for the job because of the abuse to which an __________ for office is subjected.
DISDAIN:RESPECT::SCOFF: a. praise b. amaze c. understand d. amuse ____ 3. PAUCITY:PLENTY::DUPLICITY: a. uniqueness b. laziness c. fear d. honesty ____ 4. CULPRIT:VILLAIN::ANNALS: a. stories b. plants c. records d. hopes ____ 5. TANGIBLE:IMAGINARY::CASTIGATE: a. build b. compliment c. shut d. improve ____ 6. ELICIT:EXTRACT::REPUDIATE: a. begin b. accept c. deny d. lose ____ 7. INTERMINABLE:UNENDING::INDISCRIMINATE: a. wasteful b. final c. daring d. unselective ____ 8. BELITTLE:SCOFF::CONSTRUE: a.
1100 Words You Need to Know (4th ed) by Murray Bromberg, Melvin Gordon