1) dialog - n
- The movie was shown with English subtitles because all its dialog was in French.
- At the PCA meeting last night, a dialog between parents and the faculty helped to clear up some differences between them.
Dialog means- a. a title b. a conversation c. an action
2) erratic - n
- Children's eating habits are erratic. One day they'll barely eat, and the next they'll eat enough for three.
- The driver ahead of me was erratic - he kept changing his speed and his lame.
Erratic means- a. noisy b. healthy c. irregular
3) extensive - adj
- Selina did extensive research for her paper - it took her several weeks.
- To save the wounded police officer, doctors performed extensive surgery that lasted for hours.
Extensive means- a. done quickly b. risky c. large in amount
4) forfeit - v
- The basketball players were upset when the team bus broke down and they had to forfeit an important game.
- If Phil damages his parents' car againg, he will forfeit the right to drive more.
Forfeit means- a. to give up b. to win c. to ignore
5) fortify - v
- The night before running a marathon, Elsa fortifies herself by eating a large plate of pasta.
- The builders plan to fortify the old tower with steel beams.
Fortify means- a. to relax b. to strengthen c. to prove
6) illuminate - v
- Before electricity, streets were illuminated by gaslight.
- On Halloween, we made our trick-or-treat rounds with a flashlight to illuminate the way.
Illuminate means- a. to lose b. to clean c. to light up
7) isolate - v
- I thought I would enjoy isolating myself at the vacation cabin, but I soon felt lonely.
- Freddy was such a troublemaker that the teacher put his desk in a far corner to isolate him from the other students.
Isolate means- a. to protect b. to separate c. to recognize
8) refuge - n
- A motorcycle offers no refuge in bad weather.
- My boyfriend and I first met when we took refuge in the same doorway during a sudden rain.
Refuge means- a. a shelter b. transportation c. a reason
9) reminisce- v
- On their wedding anniversary, Lenny and Jean reminisced about their first date.
- My father showed me his trophy and reminisced about his years as a star basketball player.
Reminisce means- a. to remember b. to forget c. to ask
10) urban- adj
- Skyscrapers make for tightly packed urban populations. For example, some 16,000 people work in the Sears Tower in Chicago.
- Gladys likes urban living because she grew up in the city, but Emilio, who grew up on a farm, prefers country life.
Urban means- a. country b. city c. national
1) dialog- B [ အျပန္အလွန္စကားေျပာ ]
2) erratic- C [ တစ္သမတ္တည္းမဟုတ္ေသာ၊ အေျပာင္းအလဲျမန္ေသာ ]
3) extensive- C [ က်ယ္ျပန္႕ေသာ ]
4) forfeit- A [ လက္လႊတ္အဆံုးရံႈးခံသည္ ]
5) fortify- A [ ခုခံႏိုင္ရန္ အခိုင္အခံ့ ျပဳလုပ္သည္ ]
6) illuminate- C [ မီးထြန္းသည္ ]
7) isolate- B [ သီးသန္႕ထားသည္၊ သီးျခားရွိေစသည္ ]
8) refuge- A [ ခုိလံႈရာ ]
9) reminisce- A [ ျပန္စဥ္းစားသည္၊ စားျမံဳ႕ျပန္သည္ ]
10) urban- B [ ျမိဳ႕ျပႏွင့္သက္ဆုိင္ေသာ ]
Matching Words with Definitions
1) To light up
2) To lose through some fault; to be forced to give up by way of penalty
3) Shelter; protection
4) Of or in a city
5) A conversation; the conversation between characters in a story, novel, or play
6) To separate from others
7) Large in space or amount
8) To strengthen
9) To remember and talk about the past
10) Not consistent
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