IMPROVING VOCABULARY SKILLS. CHAPTER 13. TEN WORDS IN CONTEXT. CURTAIL Upon hearing reports of a tornado, the principal curtailed the school day so students could go home early. I need to curtail my volunteer activities so that I can spend more time earning money to pay back a loan.
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IMPROVING VOCABULARY SKILLS
a. To combine b. To shorten c. To extend
a. To thrill b. To annoy c. To upset greatly
a. To listen carefully b. To go off the subject c. To get up
a. Encouragement b. Liberty c. Change
a. To give up b. To join together c. To raise
a. Free b. Needed c. Expensive
a. Irregular b. Too much c. Steady
a. A gamble b. An expense c. A hardship
a. To share b. To misuse c. To upset
a. To yield b. To delay c. To anger
1-2. Duane feels he _____(e)d too many years in inactivity, so now he welcomes the _____s of an exercise program.
3-4. The company decided to _____ the construction of its new plant until the architects could decide on how to _____ an employee gym into the new building.
5-6. My aunt has only _____ success in quitting smoking. Every few months she _____s to temptation, and then she has to quit all over again.
7-8. As Leo explained a failed business deal that had once _____(e)d him, he _____(e)d into the even more interesting tale of his romance with Molly, his business partner.
9-10. The vitamin saleswoman offered me free samples, ninety-day trials, and every other _____ she could think of to get me to buy. However, I found he sales pitch highly implausible. I simply could not believe that her products, and her products alone, were _____ to my well-being.
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