The students who had the flu had a(n) … reason for missing school. They normally have perfect attendance, and their absence that day was a(n) …
unjustifiable … travesty
legitimate … aberration
unwarranted … anomaly
sensible … farce
inconsolable … fluke
The threat of rain didn’t … her stroll through the grounds. Even the first drops were no …, and she continued her walk.
hinder … incentive
thwart … refuge
impede … deterrent
permit … provocation
prevent … enticement
Jane is a(n) … student. She reads every page of her textbooks and studies for hours before every test.
Although he was a(n) … and new at the game, Adam knew the others were playing incorrectly.
The … party was boring, but impulsive Ann did her best to liven it up with her trademark … .
mundane … spontaneity
fascinating … recklessness
tedious … subtlety
intriguing … tact
monotonous … solitude
She was at the top of the rollercoaster looking down and she was made to feel sick.
Looking down from the top of the rollercoaster made her feel sick.
The rollercoaster, looking down from the top, made her feel sick.
The top of the rollercoaster, looking down, made her feel sick.
Watching down made her feel sick at the top of the rollercoaster.
He is the author that at the bookstore spoke.
that at the bookstore spoke.
who at the bookstore spoke.
which spoke at the bookstore.
that spoke at the bookstore.
who spoke at the bookstore.
Chocolate, which is devoured by some people with a sweet tooth.
With a sweet tooth, chocolate some people devour.
Some people devour, with a sweet tooth, chocolate.
Chocolate that is devoured by some people with a sweet tooth.
Some people with a sweet tooth devour chocolate.