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Pre- AP 9th Grade English

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10 questions
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  • Q1
    Dreams of stardom _____________ many gifted young performers from all over the country to the bright lights of Broadway. (Antonym- repel)
    blithe
    allure
    exponent
    covert
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  • Q2
    President Theodore Roosevelt was one of the first ______________ of conversation.
    professes
    insuperables
    exponents
    vangaurds
    30s
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  • Q3
    Those who __________ the good fortune of others are likely to be unhappy with their own lot in life. (synonym- crave)
    disheveled
    sonorous
    covert
    respite
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  • Q4
    If a high-tech company is to survive in today's marketplace, it must remain in the ____________ of innovation. (antonym- stragglers)
    misnomer
    exponent
    allure
    vanguard
    30s
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  • Q5
    In most ancient societies ______________ was swiftly visited on those who broke their promises.
    retribution
    blithe
    respite
    wasterl
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  • Q6
    To the composer Ludwig van Beethoven, increasing deafness was not an _____________ handicap.
    blithe
    garrulous
    insuperable
    askew
    30s
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  • Q7
    My music teacher _________ herself satisfied with my technical progress so far this year.
    vanguarded
    professed
    wastreled
    sonoroused
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  • Q8
    It is difficult to deflate the _______________________ optimism of the young. (antonyms- despondent)
    lamentable
    blithe
    garrulous
    askew
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  • Q9
    A vacation provides a ___________________________ from the worries and responsibilities of everyday life. (synonyms- interval)
    respite
    contentious
    covert
    profess
    30s
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  • Q10
    The __________________ tolling of church bells announced the passing of the monarch. (antonym- tinny)
    blithe
    retribution
    sonorous
    misnomer
    30s
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