1.Auschwitz complex started as a camp to ease the _______ at Auschwitz I, the largest
concentration camp of the German Nazis during WWII, and was the center for the
extermination of the Jews.
(A) embargo (B) congestion (C) disquietude (D) recession
2.In spite of its northerly latitude, Edinburgh has a relatively _______ maritime climate with
daytime temperature rarely falling below zero even during winter.
(A) continental (B) arctic (C) frigid (D) temperate
3.As a Goodwill Ambassador of the U.N., Angelina Jolie _______ leverages her fame and
donations to help build schools in south Asia and Africa.
(A) malevolently (B) diffidently (C) masterfully (D) petulantly
4.The scars of stabs, cuts and burns on Sokha Chen’s leg were the evidence of her years spent
_______ for metal and plastic on the streets in Cambodia.
(A) vying (B) scavenging (C) lobbying (D) forecasting
5.Nowadays, you will find women fighting corruption, starting businesses, _______ new
technologies and breaking down old prejudices on every continent, making their voice heard and
(A) dismantling (B) validating (C) harnessing (D) discrediting
6.Many workers were forced to have weeks and even months of ______, during which time they
did not come to work and were not paid.
(A) inundation (B) surveillance (C) apostate (D) furlough
7.The general had to abort the rescue mission because it was virtually ______.
(A) pretentious ( B) antipathetic ( C) posthumous (D) untenable
8.These days, it seems crucial for a teacher to develop some ______ skills. That is, in addition
to his/ her specialty in teaching, he/ she needs some extra teaching skills.
(A) ancillary (B) objective (C) redundant ( D) erudite
9.With the hunting down of bin Laden, the ______ president, Obama saw a sudden rise in his
(A)congenial (B) unanimous (C) sedative (D) incumbent
10.The two candidates were running ______. It would be hard to tell who would be the final
(A)back to back (B) neck and neck (C) bumper to bumper (D) ins and outs