Match the Two Parts of the Words: Test Your World Power

Manik Joshi
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200 Exercises for practicing your word power skills

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Exercise -- 01

Match the two parts of the words:

01. meri ------ (A). alous
02. anne ------ (B). anx
03. sl ------ (C). ate
04. snip ------ (D). ck
05. rava ------ (E). destine
06. anom ------ (F). dy
07. chu ------ (G). enter
08. squeam ------ (H). gatory
09. churl ------ (I). ges
10. swan ------ (J). ish
11. baw ------ (K). ishly
12. quis ------ (L). liness
13. wool ------ (M). ling
14. gump ------ (N). lment
15. rec ------ (O). natal
16. hara ------ (P). ndant
17. annu ------ (Q). ngue
18. bl ------ (R). oup
19. phal ------ (S). ous
20. dero ------ (T). pet
21. post ------ (U). song
22. tenu ------ (V). tion
23. diss ------ (W). tocracy
24. clan ------ (X). ush
25. atte ------ (Y). xation

ANSWERS TO THE EXERCISE 01

01. -- (W). meritocracy | 02. -- (Y). annexation | 03. -- (C). slate | 04. -- (T). snippet | 05. -- (I). ravages | 06. -- (A). anomalous | 07. -- (D). chuck | 08. -- (J). squeamish | 09. -- (K). churlishly | 10. -- (U). swansong | 11. -- (F). bawdy | 12. -- (M). quisling | 13. -- (L). woolliness | 14. -- (V). gumption | 15. -- (R). recoup | 16. -- (Q). harangue | 17. -- (N). annulment | 18. -- (X). blush | 19. -- (B). phalanx | 20. -- (H). derogatory | 21. -- (O). postnatal | 22. -- (S). tenuous | 23. -- (G). dissenter | 24. -- (E). clandestine | 25. -- (P). attendant

 
Exercise -- 02

Match the two parts of the words:

01. grav ------ (A). animous
02. rami ------ (B). atic
03. form ------ (C). ctionate
04. buco ------ (D). ctive
05. lacu ------ (E). erfuge
06. pic ------ (F). ering
07. dise ------ (G). erk
08. demo ------ (H). fication
09. plu ------ (I). gnito
10. san ------ (J). graphic
11. def ------ (K). idably
12. subt ------ (L). ingly
13. glow ------ (M). ish
14. blem ------ (N). itation
15. und ------ (O). ity
16. enn ------ (P). ky
17. affe ------ (Q). lic
18. dese ------ (R). mbark
19. dete ------ (S). na
20. pos ------ (T). nk
21. falt ------ (U). ray
22. inco ------ (V). rving
23. dram ------ (W). terity
24. magn ------ (X). ui
25. bers ------ (Y). uly

ANSWERS TO THE EXERCISE 02

01. -- (N). gravitation | 02. -- (H). ramification | 03. -- (K). formidably | 04. -- (Q). bucolic | 05. -- (S). lacuna | 06. -- (P). picky | 07. -- (R). disembark | 08. -- (J). demographic | 09. -- (T). plunk | 10. -- (O). sanity | 11. -- (U). defray | 12. -- (E). subterfuge | 13. -- (L). glowingly | 14. -- (M). blemish | 15. -- (Y). unduly | 16. -- (X). ennui | 17. -- (C). affectionate | 18. -- (V). deserving | 19. -- (D). detective | 20. -- (W). posterity | 21. -- (F). faltering | 22. -- (I). incognito | 23. -- (B). dramatic | 24. -- (A). magnanimous | 25. -- (G). berserk
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Manik Joshi was born on Jan 26, 1979 at Ranikhet and is permanent resident of Haldwani, Kumaon zone of India. He is an Internet Marketer by profession. He is interested in domaining (business of buying and selling domain names), web designing (creating websites), and various online jobs (including 'self-publishing'). He is science graduate with ZBC (zoology, botany, and chemistry) subjects. He is also an MBA (with specialization in marketing). He has done three diploma courses in computer too. ManikJoshi.com is the personal website of the author.

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Rewrite the Sentences in Correct Word-Order – EXERCISES -- Sentences With ‘Past Verbs’, Sentences With ‘Present Verbs’, Sentences with verb ‘BE’ [Am, Is, Are, Was, Were], Sentences With Verb ‘Do’ [Do, Does, Did], Sentences With Verb ‘HAVE’ [Have, Has, Had], Sentences With ‘Modal Verbs’, Causative Sentences, Conditional Sentences, Correlation/Comparison In A Sentence, Sentences With Verb ‘Get’ AND other exercises

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Rewrite the following Sentences in Correct word-order:

[1A. Sentences With ‘Past Verbs’ – 1 – 10]


1A. ‘Past Verbs’ – 01 - 10
(Exercise 01)

Rewrite the following Sentences in Correct word-order:

WRONG ORDER
01. ‘Gang war’ to a two-way gun led battle.
02. Bomb left scare in city residents in panic.
03. Government today the to the opposition for reached cooperation.
04. He bleeding in the developed lungs.
05. He police a plea for witnesses to contact issued the.
06. He to break free and managed raised an alarm.
07. He open to cut the managed steel vault.
08. He strongly of smelt alcohol.
09. He after hearing noises woke up from his sleep in the wee hours of Monday from another room in his house.
10. Heavy stormed police force the market area.

ANSWERS TO THE EXERCISE 1A (CORRECT WORD-ORDER)
01. ‘Gang war’ led to a two-way gun battle.
02. Bomb scare in city left residents in panic.
03. The government today reached to the opposition for cooperation.
04. He developed bleeding in the lungs.
05. He issued a plea for witnesses to contact the police.
06. He managed to break free and raised an alarm.
07. He managed to cut open the steel vault.
08. He smelt strongly of alcohol.
09. He woke up from his sleep after hearing noises in the wee hours of Monday from another room in his house.
10. Heavy police force stormed the market area.


1B. ‘Past Verbs’ – 11 - 20
(Exercise 02)

Rewrite the following Sentences in Correct word-order:

WRONG ORDER
11. His us to led bust arrest another racket.
12. His grew back hair.
13. Inspector detailed general discussions with held officials.
14. Them neighbor as quiet, religious and knew ‘normal’.
15. Police all three on the day arrested the case in the matter was brought to their noticed.
16. Power officials $1 million in payments collected and fines.
17. The president media to a volley of questions replied by the persons.
18. She stop her lip to bit herself crying.
19. She wearing from plane the printed descended dress, teamed with a matching coat and black pumps.
20. She window him to a tied with a nylon cord.

ANSWERS TO THE EXERCISE 1B (CORRECT WORD-ORDER)
11. His arrest led us to bust another racket.
12. His hair grew back.
13. Inspector general held detailed discussions with officials.
14. Neighbor knew them as quiet, religious and ‘normal’.
15. Police arrested all three on the day the case in the matter was brought to their noticed.
16. Power officials collected $1 million in payments and fines.
17. The president replied to a volley of questions by the media persons.
18. She bit her lip to stop herself crying.
19. She descended from plane wearing the printed dress, teamed with a matching coat and black pumps.
20. She tied him to a window with a nylon cord.
500 Words and Their Synonyms

Synonym is a word that has the same or nearly the same meaning as another word.

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English Synonyms – A

001. ABET -- (meaning) to encourage somebody to do something illegal
Synonyms for ‘Abet’ --
incite / instigate / provoke

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002. ABEYANCE -- (meaning) being stopped for a period of time
Synonyms for ‘Abeyance’ --
dormancy / intermission / suspension

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003. ABILITY -- (meaning) the fact that somebody is able to do something
Synonyms for ‘Ability’ --
aptitude / capability / competence / knack / potential / proficiency / skill / talent

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004. ABLAZE -- (meaning) burning; on fire
Synonyms for ‘Ablaze’ --
aflame / afire / alight

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005. ABRASIVE -- (meaning) not smooth
Synonyms for ‘Abrasive’ --
coarse / harsh / rough

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006. ABSENCE -- (meaning) not available, present, etc.
Synonyms for ‘Absence’ --
nonexistence / nonappearance / nonattendance

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007. ABSTRUSE -- (meaning) difficult to understand
Synonyms for ‘Abstruse’ --
arcane / complicated / convoluted / esoteric / garbled / inarticulate / incoherent / incomprehensible / indecipherable / inexplicable / intricate / obscure / rarefied / recondite / unfathomable / unintelligible / unplumbed

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008. ABUSE -- (meaning) unfair or cruel treatment
Synonyms for ‘Abuse’ --
brutality / cruelty / exploitation / ill-treatment / maltreatment / mistreatment / misuse / spitefulness / viciousness

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009. ABYSS -- (meaning) a very deep crack in the ground
Synonyms for ‘Abyss’ --
chasm / gulf

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010. ACCEDE -- (meaning) to agree to a demand, request, proposal, etc.
Synonyms for ‘Accede’ --
acquiesce / approve / assent / commend / comply / endorse / grant / permission / ratify / sanction

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011. ACCENTUATE -- (meaning) to make something more noticeable
Synonyms for ‘Accentuate’ --
emphasize / highlight / underline / underscore

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012. ACCLIMATIZE -- (meaning) to get used to new situation
Synonyms for ‘Acclimatize’ --
adapt / adjust

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013. ACCOMPLISH -- (meaning) to succeed in getting something
Synonyms for ‘Accomplish’ --
attain / conquer / manage

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014. ACCOST -- (meaning) to come near to somebody/something
Synonyms for ‘Accost’ --
advance / approach / confront

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015. ACCREDITED -- (meaning) officially recognized
Synonyms for ‘Accredited’ --
certified / endorsed / licensed

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016. ACCRUAL -- (meaning) increase in something over a period of time
Synonyms for ‘Accrual’ --
accretion / addition / amassing / buildup / gathering

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017. ACCUSE -- (meaning) to say somebody is guilty of something
Synonyms for ‘Accuse’ --
arraign / blame / charge / impeach / indict / prosecute

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018. ACQUIT -- (meaning) to say officially that somebody is not guilty for a crime
Synonyms for ‘Acquit’ --
absolve / exculpate / exonerate

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019. ADMIRATION -- (meaning) praise or approval
Synonyms for ‘Admiration’ --
acclaim / accolade / applause / approbation / commendation / ovation

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020. ADMIRING -- (meaning) behavior that shows that you respect somebody/something
Synonyms for ‘Admiring’ --
chivalrous / considerate / courteous / deferential / gracious / respectful / reverent / reverential

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021. ADROIT -- (meaning) skillful and accurate
Synonyms for ‘Adroit’ --
agile / deft / dexterous / natty / nifty / nimble / swift

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022. ALARMING -- (meaning) causing feeling of fear and worry
Synonyms for ‘Alarming’ --
baffling / bewildering / confounding / disconcerting / disquieting / distressing / perplexing / puzzling / tormenting / upsetting / worrying

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What are “Root Words”? -- A root, or root word is a word which is used to form another word. It is also called a base word. A root does not have a prefix (A letter or group of letters added to the beginning of a word) or a suffix (A letter or group of letters added to the end of a word). Root is the primary lexical unit of a word, and of a word family. For example, pure is a root. By adding prefixes and suffixes, the following words could be made: impure, purity, pureness. Similarly, play and move are root words. By adding prefixes and suffixes, the following words could be made: plays, played, playing, player; moving, movement, moved, movable, mover, movingly. In this book, I have given most common Greek and Latin roots which are used in English language. Sample this: Root Words -- A-  AB/ABS-Origin: Latin-Meaning: -way, from, off-Examples:-abate -- to subside; abhor -- to hate | related word: abhorrence; abject -- hopeless; abjure -- to renounce; abnormal -- unusual | related words: abnormally, abnormality; abrasion -- cut or scratch; abroad -- out of the country; abscess -- swelling; abscond -- to run away | related word: absconder; abseil -- to go down a steep cliff; absence -- nonattendance | related words: absent / absentee / absenteeism / absentia / absently; absolute -- complete; absolve -- to forgive; absorb -- to soak up | related words: absorbable / absorbance / absorbed / absorbency / absorbent / absorbing / absorption; abstain -- to give up something for moral reason | related words: abstainer / abstention / abstinence; abstemious -- critical; abstinent -- not having something for moral reason; abstract -- theoretical | related words: abstracted / abstractedly / abstraction / abstractly; abstruse -- difficult to understand; obscure; absurd -- ridiculous | related words: absurdist / absurdity / absurdly; abundance -- plenty | related words: abundant / abundantly **** ALB -Origin: Latin - Meaning: white - Examples:- albino -- somebody born with no pigment in skin | related word: albinism; albumen -- white of an egg **** AMBI- Origin: Latin-Meaning: both-Examples:- ambiguous -- double meaning; uncertain; ambidexterity -- ability to use both the left and right hand equally well | related word: ambidextrous; ambivalent -- showing both good and bad feelings **** ANIM- Origin: Latin- Meaning: breath, life - Examples:-animate -- having life; to make something full of liveliness | related words: animated, animatedly, animation, animato, animator; animateur -- a person who promotes social activities; animism -- the belief that natural objects possesses soul | related words: animist, animistic **** AQUA- Origin: Latin- Meaning: water- Examples: -aquaculture -- the act of growing of plants in water for food; aqualung -- a device for breathing for divers; aquamarine -- a pale greenish-blue stone or color; aquaplane -- an equipment used in boat; aquarium -- container to kept fish and water plants; aquarobics -- physical exercises that are done in water; aquatic -- growing near water **** AUD- Origin: Latin- Meaning: hearing- Examples:- audible -- capable of being heard | related words: audibly, audibility; audience -- crowd of listeners; auditorium -- a building for public meetings, etc. **** Other Root Words – A - Root Word [Origin] – Meaning - a [Greek] -- not | ab [Latin] -- away, off | ablat [Latin] -- remove | ablut [Latin] -- wash | abort [Latin] -- born too soon | abr [Greek] -- delicate | abras [Latin] -- rub off | abund [Latin] -- overflow | aca [Greek] -- point; silence | acanth [Greek] -- thorn | acar [Greek] -- tiny | acceler [Latin] -- hasten | ace [Greek] -- heal | acer [Latin] -- sharp | acerb [Latin] -- bitter | acet [Latin] -- vinegar | ach [Greek] -- pain | achr [Greek] -- colorless | acid [Latin] -- sour | acm [Greek] -- summit | aco [Greek] -- relief | acri [Latin] -- bitter | acrib [Greek] -- exact | acrit [Greek] -- confused | acro [Greek] -- height, summit | acut [Latin] -- sharp | ad [Latin] -- toward | ade [Greek] -- enough | adip [Latin] -- fat | adol [Greek] -- genuine | adox [Greek] -- irrelevant | adr [Greek] -- thick | adul [Latin] -- flatter | adulter [Latin] -- pollute | aegi [Latin] -- a shield | aegr [Latin] -- sick | aeno [Greek] -- terrible | aep [Greek] -- tall | aequa [Latin] -- equal | aero [Greek] -- atmosphere | aesthet [Greek] -- sensitive | aeth [Greek] -- unusual | aeti [Greek] -- a cause | ag [Latin] -- toward | aga [Greek] -- very | agall [Greek] -- adorn | agan [Greek] -- gentle | agath [Greek] -- good | agglutin [Latin] -- joined together with glue | agn [Greek] -- pure | agr [Greek] -- booty | agro [Greek] -- field | aist [Greek] -- unseen | alb [Latin] -- white | ale [Greek] -- strong | aleo [Greek] -- warm | alg [Greek] -- pain | alia [Greek] -- assembly | alio [Greek] -- different | alluv [Latin] -- overflow | alter [Latin] -- other | alti [Latin] -- high | am [Greek] -- not, without | ama [Greek] -- together | amal [Greek] -- soft | amar [Latin] -- bitter | ambi Latin] -- both | ambl [Greek] -- blunt | ambo [Latin] -- both | ambul [Latin] -- to walk | ameb/amoeb [Greek] -- change | ami [Latin] -- friend | amor [Latin] -- liking | amphi [Greek] -- both | ampl [Latin] -- plentiful | an [Greek] -- not, without | anch [Greek] -- strangle | anchi [Greek] -- near | andr [Greek] -- masculine | anemo [Greek] -- wind | aneu [Greek] -- without | ang [Greek] -- vessel | ania [Greek] -- trouble | ann [Latin] -- yearly | annal [Latin] -- annual | ano [Greek] -- up | anomal [Greek] -- irregular | ante [Latin] -- before, old | antho [Greek] -- flower | anthra [Greek] -- coal | anthropo [Greek] -- human | anti [Greek] -- against | antr [Greek] -- cavity | anu [Latin] -- ring | aper [Latin] -- open | aphe [Greek] -- touch | aphel [Greek] -- smooth | aphod [Greek] -- departure | aphr [Greek] -- foam | aphron [Greek] -- silly | aphy [Greek] -- suck | apor [Greek] -- away from | apsi [Greek] -- juncture | ar [Greek] -- not, without | ara [Latin] -- plow | arc [Latin] -- arch | arcan [Latin] -- box | arcan [Latin] -- hidden | arch [Greek] -- ruler | archae/arche [Greek] -- ancient | arcy [Greek] -- net | ardo [Greek] -- water, irrigate | aren [Latin] -- sand | argent [Latin] -- silver | ari [Greek] -- much | arid [Latin] -- dry | arist [Greek] -- excellence | arthr [Greek] -- joint | asci [Greek] -- bladder | asine [Greek] -- harmless | aspr [Latin] -- rough | aster [Greek] -- star | atav [Latin] -- ancestor | athl [Greek] -- contest | atm [Greek] -- smoke | atr [Latin] -- black | au [Greek] -- besides | aug [Latin] -- increase | aur [Latin] -- relating to gold | auri [Latin] -- relating to the ear | auro [Latin] -- air | auto [Greek] -- self | avar [Latin] -- greed | avi [Latin] -- bird | axi [Latin] -- axis | axio [Greek] -- precious
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