1.Empirical knowledge comes from observation and experimentation2.The teacher said I was the paradigm of good behavior an example a to befollowed3.A systemic infection affects the entirety of the body4.When I was absolved from the crime I was removed from any blame5.A significant event had a large impact on history6.When asked to moderate her voice she began to speak in low tones7.She gave me a schematic drawing of the machine so that I could see itsmechanics8.An impecunious person has little money9.What is the connection between a herd of cows and money before theinvention of tangible currency people’s levels of wealth were measured bymaterials such as cattle.10.Tangible results are able to be seen11.A mercenary individual is interested only in making money.12.What is the literal meaning of topography The natural and artificial physicalfeatures of an area13.Our tactical sense is stimulated by sense of touch14.An adherent sticks to his beliefs15.NYC may be called an emporium because it is a variety of ideas16.In a conflation of accounts of an event the details have been combinedtogether17.What is the difference in meaning between appropriate and appropriate: Totake possession of and to be suitable18.A lucrative business is one that shows a: Great success19.We now use the word mediocre in a pejorative way. What is the literalmeaning? Merely adequate. What is the current usage? Not very good20.You defrauded me of my life savings when you took them from me bydeceiving me21.What is the literal meaning of despondent? To lose all hope what is thecurrent usage? Showing extreme discouragement22.When medical science looks for the etiology of a disease it’s seekings it’s cause23.What are two different usages of cultivate To tend to crops\To help grow24.Subliminal advertising influences us by going in and out of our consciousness25.What is the literal meaning of the term macroeconomics a branch ofeconomics having to do with the performance, behavior, of an economy.26.Where is utopia a perfect placeII.
English wordLiteral meaningCurrent english usage27. subversionTo turn from belowTo overthrow28. perverseTurned asideImproper, incorrect29. reversionAct of turning backa future interest inproperty left in thecontrol of a grantor or thegrantor's successor30. diversionaryDraw attention awaytending to draw attentionaway from the principalconcern31. converseThe oppositeto exchange thoughts andopinions in speech32. aversionTo turnA settled dislike33. incontrovertibleTurned againstnot open to questionEnglish wordLiteral meaningCurrent english usage34. replicationRepeatAnswer, or reply35. supplicationTo be flatto make a humbleentreaty36. implicationAct of entanglingClose connection37. complicatedTo intertwineconsisting of partsintricately combined38. duplicitousDoubledeceptive in words oraction39. compliantExpression of griefconforming torequirements40. explicateDetailed amount ofto give a detailedexplanation of