Lesson Two

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Match the correct vocabulary word with each series. Each word is used once only. Write your answers on a piece of paper.
Rules:

1. If the word is a noun, look for a descriptive actions.
2. If the word is an adjective, look for a nouns it could describe.


benevolence
concession
wrathful
melancholy
perplexity
peril
devoid
amiable
attribute
oppressive

1. * describing one’s eye color
* explaining personality quirks
* noting a special talent



2. * running from a fire
* hanging onto a ledge
* driving at night without headlights?



3. * negotiating a compromise
* giving in part way
* taking both sides



4. * a hateful teacher
* a jilted lover
* a vengeful victim



5. * an overbearing odor
* a filthy garbage bag
* a heavy fog



6. * a deflated tire
* an empty stomach
* a barren tree



7. * the new widow
* the lonely bachelor
* the abandoned orphans



8. * the waitress at the café
* the smiling clown
* the welcome-wagon



9. * frowning with confusion
* scratching one’s head
* reading something over and over again



10. * donating clothes to Goodwill
* handing out free candy
* putting money in a beggar’s cup



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