單字測驗(5)

( B  ) 1. If you describe someone as _________,
      you mean that they have betrayed someone
      or cannot be trusted.
(A) peripheral   (B) perfidious
(C) perfunctory  (D) peremptory 

( C  ) 2. I was offended by his _________ approach
      to my annual review; I take those reviews
      very seriously and he clearly did not.
      (passing, cursory, indifferent)
(A) perfidious   (B) pernicious
(C) perfunctory  (D) perspicuous 

( A  ) 3. I love opening the windows in spring and
      letting the fresh smell of the outdoors
      _________ the house. (pervade, saturate)
(A) permeate  (B) perpetuate
(C) preamble  (D) perpetrate 

( D  ) 4. She was immediately afraid of the man
      because she could tell that he had
      _________ intentions. (malicious, wicked)
(A) perfidious   (B) perspicacious
(C) perfunctory  (D) pernicious 

( C  ) 5. Do you really mean that or are you just
      being deliberately _________?
(A) pernicious  (B) persevere
(C) perverse    (D) perfunctory 

( A  ) 6. It was very _________ of you to find the
      cause of the trouble so quickly.
(A) perspicacious    (B) pernicious
(C) perspicuous      (D) perfunctory

( C  ) 7. Her _________ comments eliminated all
      possibility of misinterpretation.
(A) perspicacious  (B) pernicious
(C) perspicuous    (D) perverse 

( B  ) 8. I am certain that you have missed
      important details in your rapid _________
      of this document.
(A) peruse          (B) perusal
(C) perspicacity    (D) perspicuity 

( D  ) 9. His sudden and unexpected appearance
seemed to _________ her.
(A) pervade    (B) perpetrate
(C) persecute  (D) petrify 

( A  ) 10. The nurse was a cheerful but _________
    person, unexcited in the face of sudden
    emergencies.
(A) phlegmatic  (B) melancholic
(C) choleric    (D) sanguine 

※請選擇意義最相近的選項:

( C  ) 11. what sort of person would pilfer lunches
    from the office refrigerator?
(A) plunder  (B) punish
(C) purloin  (D) poacher 

( A  ) 12. Soldiers roamed the countryside,
           pillaging and killing. 
          (A) to rob with open violence
          (B) to steal things that are not worth
              much
          (C) to expose to public derision, ridicule,
              or abuse 

( B  ) 13. PETULANT
       (A) marked by a disposition to oppose
           and contradict
       (B) characterized by temporary or
           capricious ill humor : PEEVISH
       (C) having or showing a slow and stolid
           temperament
       (D) having a very harmful effect or
           influence 

( A  ) 14. PERPETRATE
       (A) to do something that is morally wrong
           or illegal
       (B) to make a situation, attitude etc,
           especially a bad one, continue to exist
           for a long time
       (C) to treat someone cruelly or unfairly
           over a period of time, especially
           because of their religious or political
           beliefs
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