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well what do u think it is take a guess.
@quin100 Yeah, I pointed it out. I'm thinking it's B :))
@jareeek Awesome! :D Thank youu~!
@quin100 Thank you!! x
for what lol? np
I have 18 questions left. Does anyone have the time to go over them with me? I really want to pass. This is all vocabulary.
medal? everyone else has one xD
trying to unlock a title
I'll get the next one...
i have 42 smart cent
placid A. agitated B. kind C. smug D. easygoing I think it's A.
(Sorry, I'm not gonna bother to fix the spacing xD)
looking for antonym?
Placid typically means emotionless.
synonym or difintion
Also known as calm or peaceful
Yeah, I would also say A
correct or how you want to say it
Alrightie, here's the next one..
pedantic A. scholarly B. childish C. ignorant D. sophisticated I'm going with C.. but I'm iffy on B.
ped·ant noun a person who is excessively concerned with minor details and rules or with displaying academic learning. So, which do you think is the antonym of a pedantic person?
I would say A is a synonym.
And I would agree with C as the antonym :D
Hoorah! :D LET'S DO THE NEXT..
Okee dokee. ^_^
Divest A. to take away B. to control C. to devise D. to provide A would be the synonym, so D would be the answer, yes?
I would, however, request that (for future reference) you post new questions up as new questions. That's the way OS has set it up... :)
di·vest dəˈvest,dīˈvest/ verb deprive (someone) of power, rights, or possessions. "men are unlikely to be divested of power without a struggle" synonyms: deprive of, strip of, dispossess of, rob of, cheat out of, trick out of "he intends to divest you of your power" I would agree with your answer... :P
I'll do that after this question.
Fabulous :D Alright, I'll close the question and start a new one!