fascist (N.) : a person who sup-        lineage (N.) : the series of fami-   16. (2) ambiguous
    ports an attitude which is in           lies that somebody comes from            ambiguous (Adj.) : that can be
    favour of strong central govern-        originally                               understood in more than one
    ment and which does not allow           ancestry (N.) : the family or the        way; not clearly defined or stated
    any opposition                          race of people that you come from        amphibious (Adj.) : able to live
    narcissist (N.) : a person who          progeny (N.) : a person’s chil-          both on land and in water
    has the habit of admiring him-          dren; the young of animals and           amorphous (Adj.) : having no
    self too much                           plants                                   definite shape
    fatalist (N.) : a person who be-    12. (2) sever                                confusing (Adj.) : a state of not
    lieves in fate                          sever (V.) : to cut something into       being certain
 7. (3) scurrilous                          two pieces                           17. (3) insolvent
    scurrilous (Adj.) : severely abu-       severe (Adj.) : extremely bad or         insolvent (N.) : a person not hav-
    sive writing in journals                serious                                  ing enough money to pay what
    imaginary (Adj.) : existing only        sewer (N.) : an underground              he owes
    in your mind                            pipe that is used for carrying,          solvent (N.) : a person who has
    speculative (Adj.) : based on           waste from houses, factories,            enough to pay his debts; not in
    guessing/on opinions that have          etc.
    been formed without knowing all         sow (V.) : to introduce/spread
                                                                                     banker (N.) : a person who owns
    the facts                               feelings or ideas that cause trou-
                                                                                     a bank or has an important job
    sarcastic (Adj.) : expressing or        ble; to plant or spread seeds in
                                                                                     at a bank
    expressive of ridicule that hurts       or on the ground
                                                                                     lender (N.) : a person/an organ-
                                        13. (4) plaque
 8. (1) invocation                                                                   isation that lends money
                                            plaque (N.) : a flat piece of stone,
    invocation (N.) : Call upon God                                              18. (2) obsolete
                                            metal, etc. with a name and date
    or any other power (like law), etc.                                              obsolete (Adj.) : no longer in use
                                            on attached to a wall in memory
    for help or protection                                                           obscure (Adj.) : not well-known;
                                            of a person or an event
    involution (N.) : the action of                                                  unknown
                                            tabloid (N.) : a newspaper with
    embracing something                     small pages                              pristine (Adj.) : fresh and clean
    inundation (N.) : the rising of a       poster (N.) : a sign posted in a         lapsed (Adj.) : no longer valid
    body of water and its overflow-         public place as an advertisement     19. (1) immigrant
    ing onto normally dry land              board (N.) : a flat piece of mate-       immigrant (N.) : a person who
    revocation (N.) : the act of can-       rial designed for a special pur-         has come to live permanently in
    celling a law, etc.                     pose                                     a country
 9. (2) claustrophobia                  14. (1) fraud                                emigrant (N.) : a person who
    claustrophobia (N.) : an extreme        fraud (N.) : an act of deceiving         leaves his country to live in an-
    fear of being in a small confined       somebody in order to make money          other
    place                                   robbery (N.) : the crime of steal-       tourist (N.) : a person who is
    agoraphobia (N.) : a fear of be-        ing money or goods from a bank,          travelling/visiting a place for
    ing in public places where there        shop/store, person using vio-            pleasure
    are many other people                   lence or threat
                                                                                     settler (N.) : a person who goes
    xenophobia (N.) : a fear of peo-        pickpocket (N.) : a person who           to live in a new country/region
    ple from other countries                steals money, etc. from other
                                                                                 20. (2) feasible
    paraphobia (N.) : a fear of oth-        people’s pockets, especially in
                                            crowded places                           feasible (Adj.) : that is possible
    er people when there is no evi-
                                                                                     and likely to be achieved
    dence or reason for this                theft (N.) : the crime of stealing
                                            something from a person or place         probable (Adj.) : likely to hap-
10. (3) addict
                                        15. (3) epilogue                             pen, to exist or to be true
    addict (N.) : a person who is un-
                                            epilogue (N.) : a speech at the          tenable (Adj.) : easy to defend
    able to stop taking harmful
                                            end of a play, book, or film/movie       against attack/criticism
                                            that comments on or acts as a            explicable (Adj.) : that can be
    adamant (Adj.) : determined not
                                            conclusion to what has happened          explained/understood
    to change your mind
                                            prologue (N.) : a speech at the      21. (2) reciprocate
    edict (N.) : an official order or
                                            beginning of a play, book, or            reciprocate (V.) : to behave or
    statement given by somebody in
                                            film/movie that introduces it            feel towards somebody in the
                                            dialogue (N.) : conversations in         same way as he behaves or feels
    derelict (N.) : a person without
                                            a look, play or film/movie               towards you; give in return
    a home, a job or property
                                            monologue (N.) : a long speech           present (N.) : a thing that you
11. (1) dynasty                             by one person during a conver-           give to somebody as a gift
    dynasty (N.) : a series of rulers       sation that stops other people           compromise (N.) : an agreement
    of a country who all belong to          from speaking or expressing an           made between two people or
    the same family                         opinion                                  groups