Vocabulary Building, Test 3 (AP English Language)

Give one word for a person who talks much, especially about unimportant things.
None of the above
Modest
Grandiloquent
Garrulous
Gauche
What does ‘Haggard’ means?
None of the above
Ostentatious
Exuberant
Having a wild, wasted, worn look
Robust
A ________ person can also be called fatuous.
None of the above
Intelligent
Perceptive
Sagacious
Stupid
Which of the following words mean the same as ‘fractious’?
All of the above
Stubborn
Irritable
Snappish
Peevish
Which of the following words mean the same as ‘gauche’?
All of the above
Dexterous
Incept
Adroit
Graceful
The apparent perception of sights, sounds etc. that are not actually present can be termed as:
All of the above
Mirage
Illusion
Delusion
Hallucinations
A divorce in the family is an ‘upsetting’ experience for a child. Substitute the word ‘upsetting’ with the most appropriate option.
None of the above
Frugal
Harrowing
Heinous
Heady
We would not call an ignorant person a/an _______:
Ignoramus
Prodigy
Dolt
Dope
Dunce
When we compose and perform without preparation, what would we say?
All the above
Compose
Invent
Extemporize
Improvise
Give the correct alternative word for ‘deceive’. I     Hoodwink II    Fraud III   Sincere
II and III only
I and II only
III only
II only
I only
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The AP course in English Language and Composition engages students in becoming skilled readers of prose written in a variety of contexts, and in becoming skilled writers who compose for a purpose. Both the Writing and the Reading skills should be such that the students should be aware of the interaction among the writer’s purpose, audience expectations, and subjects as well as the way generic conventions and the recourses of language contribute to effectiveness in writing. The process needs a good word-bank. This test is designed to assess and enrich the existing word power of a student of AP. This short test is prepared in the multiple choice format, specially designed for students taking AP test in English literature.

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