The first and second word test sets for increasing vocubalary was already for you. Now here is the third one. Readers must note that increasingyour word power to build an extensive vocabulary is an enthralling life long journey. New words should to be collected, tasted, tried and tested , so that your speech and writing improve.The more choices you have in your vocabulary, the more likely you will communicate with clarity. Your language choices will have subtlety and depth, conveying more precisely and efficiently what it is you want to say.
Test your knowledge on 10 More Words to Test Your Hold on Vocubulary
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- Question 1 of 10
‘Ambi’ comes from a latin word meaning ‘ both sides’ and valent comes from a Latin verb’ valere’ which means ‘to be strong’. Hence, ambivalent person is someone who has strong opposite feeling about a person or an issue.Incorrect
- Question 2 of 10
‘Hemera’ comes from greek word meaning for ‘day’. ‘ep or epi’ comes from a greek word meaning ‘upon, outer, besides, attached to or after’. Hence, ephemeral literally means lasting for a day, but the word is used for anything which is short lived.Incorrect
- Question 3 of 10
‘VOR’ comes from the lain verb meaning ‘ to eat’. Voracious mean having a huge appetite for anything thing like food, knowledge, etc.Incorrect
- Question 4 of 10
Has been derived from the word ‘perfidus’ which in turn has originated from the Latin phrase ‘per fidem deciphere, meaning ‘to betray the trust of’Incorrect
- Question 5 of 10
Having little substances or strength. ‘Tenu’ comes from the Latin adjective ‘tenuis’ meaning thin.Incorrect
- Question 6 of 10
Sinecure means ‘without care’ it comes from a Latine word ‘sine’ meaning without . i.e a job or position requiring little work but proving some income.Incorrect
- Question 7 of 10
Harsh or unpleasant sound. ‘Phon’ is a greek word meaning ‘sound, voice or speech’ and ‘caco’ is a greek word meaning ‘bad’.Incorrect
- Question 8 of 10
‘Demo’ comes from the Greek word meaning ‘people’. Demotic describes what is done by ordinary people as a group.Incorrect
- Question 9 of 10
To consider all circumstances and possible consequences . ‘circum’ means ‘around’ in Latin and ‘spect’ comes from the Latin word for ‘Look’, i.e Looking around before acting.Incorrect
- Question 10 of 10
Though many words but lack of clarity of substance or thought are used has little content. ‘verb’ comes from the Latin word ‘verbum’, meaning ‘word’.Incorrect