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Vocabulary Unit 2 Ch 7 T/F Review Vocabulary Unit 2 Ch 7 T/F Review

Equivocate (verb): to be deliberately unclear in order to mislead • T/F • A Equivocate (verb): to be deliberately unclear in order to mislead • T/F • A teenager would be equivocating if his parents asked him where he was going and he said, “Out. ” If his parents asked him what he would be doing, he would equivocate by saying, “Nothing much. ”

Equivocate • A teenager would be equivocating if his parents asked him where he Equivocate • A teenager would be equivocating if his parents asked him where he was going and he said, “Out. ” If his parents asked him what he would be doing, he would equivocate by saying, “Nothing much. ” • True. The teen would be equivocating because he would be giving very little information in order to mislead his parents and avoid telling them the truth.

Propensity (noun): a natural preference or tendency • T/F • If you have a Propensity (noun): a natural preference or tendency • T/F • If you have a propensity to spend too much money on clothes, it would be wise to go to the mall every weekend or NOT set a budget for yourself.

Propensity • If you have a propensity to spend too much money on clothes, Propensity • If you have a propensity to spend too much money on clothes, it would be wise to go to the mall every weekend or NOT set a budget for yourself. • False. If you have a tendency or propensity to spend too much, two things that you should do is to stay away from the mall and put yourself on a budget.

Fortuitous (adj. ): happening by chance; lucky • T/F • If you knock on Fortuitous (adj. ): happening by chance; lucky • T/F • If you knock on someone’s door that you know by mistake, your meeting with them is fortuitous.

Fortuitous • If you knock on someone’s door by mistake, your meeting with them Fortuitous • If you knock on someone’s door by mistake, your meeting with them is fortuitous. • True. It would be fortuitous or lucky to knock on someone’s door by accident and then be surprised by seeing someone you know.

Reprehensible (adj. ): shameful; deserving of criticism • T/F • Stealing money from a Reprehensible (adj. ): shameful; deserving of criticism • T/F • Stealing money from a charity would NOT be reprehensible.

Reprehensible • Stealing money from a charity would NOT be reprehensible. • False. Stealing Reprehensible • Stealing money from a charity would NOT be reprehensible. • False. Stealing from a charity WOULD be reprehensible or deserving of disapproval because charities try to help people.

Impeccable (adj. ): without flaw; perfect • T/F • A person who has impeccable Impeccable (adj. ): without flaw; perfect • T/F • A person who has impeccable housekeeping skills has a messy house with clothes on the floor and dirty dishes in the sink.

Impeccable • A person who has impeccable housekeeping skills has a messy house with Impeccable • A person who has impeccable housekeeping skills has a messy house with clothes on the floor and dirty dishes in the sink. • False. A person who has impeccable housekeeping would have a very neat and clean house, but would need to spend a lot of time keeping it this way.

Sham (noun): something false • T/F • You have to be careful if you Sham (noun): something false • T/F • You have to be careful if you buy an autographed picture of a famous person. If the signature does not actually belong to the famous person, the autograph would be a sham.

Sham • You have to be careful if you buy an autographed picture of Sham • You have to be careful if you buy an autographed picture of a famous person. If the signature does not actually belong to the famous person, the autograph would be a sham. • True. If an autograph does not belong to the person it is supposed to belong to, then it would be a counterfeit signature, or a sham.

Liaison (noun): a go-between or connection • T/F • A person who speaks Vietnamese Liaison (noun): a go-between or connection • T/F • A person who speaks Vietnamese but does not speak English well would NOT need a bilingual liaison to help them conduct business.

Liaison • A person who speaks Vietnamese but does not speak English well would Liaison • A person who speaks Vietnamese but does not speak English well would NOT need a bilingual liaison to help them conduct business. • False. A liason would serve as a useful connection between the Vietnamese speaker and English speaking businesses.

Solace (noun): comfort or relief in a time of sadness or misfortune • T/F Solace (noun): comfort or relief in a time of sadness or misfortune • T/F Emails and photographs from grandchildren would provide solace to a lonely grandparent.

Solace Emails and photographs from grandchildren would provide solace to a lonely grandparent. • Solace Emails and photographs from grandchildren would provide solace to a lonely grandparent. • True. Receiving communication from and news of a grandchild would provide solace or comfort to a grandparent that does not get to see his/her grandchildren very often.

Predisposed (adj. ): Likely or tending toward something beforehand • T/F • If a Predisposed (adj. ): Likely or tending toward something beforehand • T/F • If a person is predisposed to getting pneumonia, he/she should go outside often in the cold in the winter in just a light jacket.

Predisposed • If a person is predisposed to getting pneumonia, he/she should go outside Predisposed • If a person is predisposed to getting pneumonia, he/she should go outside often in the cold in the winter in just a light jacket. • False. If a person is predisposed to or likely to get a serious illness like pnuemonia, he/she should try to stay warm and healthy during the winter.

Solicitous (adj. ): attentive; showing concern • T/F • If a flight attendant is Solicitous (adj. ): attentive; showing concern • T/F • If a flight attendant is doing his/her job, he/she will give solicitous attention to children traveling alone by giving them coloring books, snacks or pillows.

Solicitous • If a flight attendant is doing his/her job, he/she will give solicitous Solicitous • If a flight attendant is doing his/her job, he/she will give solicitous attention to children traveling alone by giving them coloring books, snacks or pillows. • True. If a flight attendant were showing care and concern for a child traveling alone, the flight attendant would be solicitous by offering coloring books, snacks, or pillows to the child.