induct (Verb) : to formally give          educated (Adjective) : having had          modest (Adjective) : not very
    somebody a job or position of             a high standard of education               large, expensive, important, etc ;
    authority                                 scholarly (Adjective) : spending           not talking much about your own
    conduct (Verb) : to organise as a         a lot of time studying and having          abilities or possessions
    particular activity                       a lot of knowledge abo ut an           19. (3) smooth (Adjective) : flat and
10. (1) rejoice (Verb) : to express great     academic subject                           even ; without problems ; polite
    happiness                                 possessive (Adjective)               :     and pleasant
    lament (Verb) : to feel or express        demanding total attention ; not            rough (Adjective) : not smooth ;
    great sadness or disappointment           wanting somebody to be                     uneven and irregular
    rejuvenate (Verb) : to make               independent                                refined (Adjective) : made pure
    somebody or something look or         15. (2) poor (Adjective) : having very         by taking out other substances ;
    feel younger or more lively               little money ; not having money            polite, well–educated and able to
                                              for basic needs                            judge the quality of things ;
    complain (Verb) : to say that you
                                              affluent (Adjective) : having a lot        cultured
    are annoyed, unhappy or not
                                              of money and a good standard of            charming (Adjective) : very
                                              living ; prosperous ; wealthy              pleasant or attractive
    cry (Verb) : to yell loudly
                                              high (Adjective) : measuring a             polite (Adjective) : courteous ;
11. (1) love (Noun) : a strong feeling        long distance from bottom to top           having or showing good manners
    of deep affection                         rare (Adjective) : not done, seen,         and respect for the feelings of
    animosity (Noun) : a strong               happening, etc. very often                 others
    feeling of opposition, anger or           fluent (Adjective) : able to speak,    20. (1) disapproval (Noun) : a feel-
    hatred ; hostility                        read or write a language, easily            ing that you don’t like an idea, an
    lust (Noun) : a very strong sexual        and well                                    action or somebody’s behaviour
    desire                                16. (3) global (Adjective) : covering           because you think it is bad, not
    luck (Noun) : good things that            or affecting the whole world ;              suitable or going to affect in
    happen by chance                          considering or including all parts          somebody else.
    loss (Noun) : the state of no longer      of something
                                                                                          ractification (Noun) : making
    having something                          parochial (Adjective) : only
                                                                                          something valid by confirming it
12. (3) compromise (Noun) : an                concerned with small issues that
    agreement made between two                happen in your local area and not
                                              interested in more important                disagreeable (Adjective) : not
    people or groups                                                                      nice and enjoyable ; unpleasant;
    altercation (Noun) : a noisy                                                          rude and unfriendly
                                              narrow (Adjective) : limited in a
    argument or disagreement                                                              denial (Noun) : a statement that
                                              way that ignores important issues
    explanation (Noun) : a statement          or the opinions of other people             says something is not true or
    that explains                             intern ation al (Adjective) :               does not exist
    challenge (Noun) : a new or               connected with two or more                  disturbing (Adjective) : making
    difficul t task that tests                countries                                   you feel anxious and upset or
    somebody’s ability and skill              world wide (Adjective) : affecting          shocked
    opposition (Noun) : the act of            all parts of the world                 21. (2) include (Verb) : to make
    strongly disagreeing                  17. (1) unerring (Adjective) : always           something a part of something
13. (2) dissuade (Verb) : to persuade         right or accurate ; unfailing               omit (Verb) : not include; leave
    somebody not to do something              fallible (Adjective) : able to make         out
    coax (Verb) : cajole ; to persuade        mistakes or be wrong                        exclude (Verb) : not include ;
    somebody to do something by               reliable (Adjective) : that can be          leave out
    talking to him in a kind and gentle       trusted ; dependable                        undertake (Verb) : to make
    way                                       false hood (Noun) : the state of            yourself responsible for so-
    dull (Adjective) : not interesting        not being true                              mething and start doing it
    or exciting                               trustful (Adjective) : full of trust ;      add (Verb) : to put together
    active (Adjective) : always busy          reliable                               22. (4) fragmentati on (Noun) :
    doing things ; lively and full of     18. (3) respectful (Adjecti ve) :               separating something into fine
    ideas                                     feeling or showing respect                  particles
                                              impertinent (Adjective) : rude              integration (Noun) : the act or
    speed (Verb) : to move along
                                              and not showing respect ; impolite          process of combining two or
                                              arrogance (Noun) : the act of               more things so that they may
14. (2) unscholarly (Adjective) : not
                                              behaving in a proud, unpleasant             work together
                                              way, showing little thought for
    erudite (Adjective) : having or                                                       unity (Noun) : the state of being
                                              other people
    showing great knowledge that is                                                       together to form one unit
                                              appropriate (Adjective) : suitable,
    gained from academic study ;                                                          synthesis (Noun) : a combination
                                              acceptable or correct for the
    learned                                                                               of ideas, beliefs, styles, etc.
                                              particular circumstances