Are You Smart Enough To Pass This AP English Test?

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By: Annette

5 Min Quiz

When you make a statement, it's otherwise known as ______.

When you make a statement, it's otherwise known as an assertion. It might also be called a declaration.

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Her thinking was so clear, she reached a state of ________.

Her thinking was so clear, she reached a state of clarity. It is defined by clearness of thought or expression.

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His convincing argument was quite ______.

His convincing argument was quite cogent. That means that it's convincing or reasonable.

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Conversation is otherwise known as ______.

Conversation is otherwise known as discourse. It's a verbal exchange.

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The president's persuasive argument was _______.

The president's persuasive argument was eloquent. To speak eloquently is to speak vividly.

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When you are suggesting something, you are _______.

When you are suggesting something, you are implicating. That means that you are hinting at something.

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Her _____ argument was easily understood.

Her lucid argument was easily understood. That means that it was quite clear and easy to comprehend.

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When someone is prejudiced, they're also ______.

When someone is prejudiced, they are also biased. There are a lot of biased opinions in the world!

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The man that was freed from blame was _____.

The man that was freed from blame was exculpated. He was found to be not guilty.

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The congressman's unbiased opinion was ______.

The congressman's unbiased opinion was impartial. That means that he did not favor one side or the other before hearing all the evidence.

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The undisputed proclamation was _______.

The undisputed proclamation was incontrovertible. It could not be denied.

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Due to his trustworthiness, he had ______.

Due to his trustworthiness, he had integrity. Integrity can also mean completeness.

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When you look at the facts without letting personal feelings get in the way, you have _______ .

When you look at the facts without letting feelings get in the way, you have objectivity. That means your personal prejudices are not involved.

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What is another word for extreme remorse?

Penitence is another word for extreme remorse. That remorse most likely follows misdeeds.

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The prisoner was freed from blame, and therefore _______.

The prisoner was freed from blame and therefore vindicated. Truly, vindication feels good.

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Because she thought everyone else was inferior, she was always ______.

Because she thought everyone else was inferior, she was condescending. That is when you treat people as if they're weak or clueless.

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When you're feeling hatred, you're ______.

When you're feeling hatred, you're contemptuous. You are also scornful.

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His absolute power was positively ______.

His absolute power was positively despotic. This can also be described as tyrannical.

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What is the definition of disdain?

Disdain can be characterized as contempt or scorn. You have disdain for things that you seriously don't like.

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Her arrogant demeanor was just so ______.

Her arrogant demeanor was just so haughty. Haughty can also mean that someone is vainly proud.

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The cat was overbearing and _______.

The cat was overbearing and imperious. That cat was domineering.

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What is another word for condescending?

Another word for condescending is patronizing. That is when you treat someone in a condescending manner.

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When something is convoluted, it's _______.

When something is convoluted, it's both intricate and complex. An argument or a statement might be convoluted.

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Her pointless efforts were also _______.

Her pointless attempts were also futile. That means that they had no purpose.

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I would like to help you, but I don't want to ______ your progress.

I would like to help you, but I don't want to impede your progress. To impede is to slow the progress of something.

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He was unsure about his actions and therefore thrown into a ______.

He was unsure about his actions and therefore thrown into a quandary. That word relates to uncertainly and perplexity.

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The couch potato was _______.

The couch potato was indolent. That means that the person was lazy.

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His story was uninteresting and therefore _______.

His story was uninteresting and therefore insipid. That can also mean tedious.

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After the marathon, she was tired and _______.

After the marathon, she was tired and listless. Listless means lacking in energy.

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What is the meaning of torpor?

Torpor can be described as laziness, inactivity or dullness. Ain't nobody crazy about a person weighed down by torpor.

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Because he disagreed with the crowd, he felt _______.

Because he disagreed with the crowd, he felt alienated. It also means that he felt dissociated.

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Disparity refers to an inequality in ______.

Disparity refers to an inequality in age, rank or degree. Disparity refers to there being a difference in something.

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A servant may be referred to as ______.

A servant may be referred to as servile. That means that they are submissive.

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Her speech was flowery and _______.

Her speech was flowery and florid. Florid describes something that is fancy or elaborate in nature.

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The queen's boudoir could be described as ______.

The queen's boudoir could be described as opulent. The decor was clearly expensive.

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AP English is only for the strong and gifted. You must understand the language like no one else, and you must use it like a genius. In this quiz, we're definitely going to see if YOU have what it takes.

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