Thursday, April 1, 2010

English Vocabulary

Bicorn: Having two horns or horn-like parts

Bijou: Something small and exquisite

Blucher: A heavy half boot

Blunge: To mix clay with water

Blurt: To say suddenly without stopping to think

Boggle: To confuse or overwhelm

Boogie: To dance to rock music

Chronometer: Highly accurate kind of clock

Co-axial: Having a common axis

Cognizance: Perception or knowledge

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
1. Bijou

a. To mix clay with water
b. A heavy half boot
c. Perception or knowledge
d. Something small and exquisite
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2. Boogie

a. To confuse or overwhelm
b. To say suddenly without stopping to think
c. To dance to rock music
d. Perception or knowledge
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3. Blucher

a. A heavy half boot
b. To confuse or overwhelm
c. Having a common axis
d. Perception or knowledge

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Instant Immersion English Levels 1,2 & 3

Learn To Speak English Deluxe 10

Read & Think English (Book + Audio CD)

Standard Deviants: Grammar For All - Learning English Grammar - The Parts of Speech

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QuickStudy English Vocabulary

Practice Makes Perfect: English Vocabulary For Beginning ESL Learners (Practice Makes Perfect Series)

Merriam-Webster's Vocabulary Builder

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