TAILIEUCHUNG - This book contains a wide range of activities aimed at improving your English and developing the language and skills which you will need to pass the examination.

This book contains a wide range of activities aimed at improving your English and developing the language and skills which you will need to pass the examination. | 1. conventional 100 based on accepted practice traditional customary normal ordinary orthodox convention unconventional 2. undermine 99 to hurt weaken or destroy often in an underhanded or sneaky way 3. dismissive 90 rejecting another s thoughts or ideas usually as not worthy of consideration condescending dismiss 4. aesthetic 86 relating to what is beautiful beautiful pleasing aesthetics aesthete unaesthetic 5. objective 77 based on facts rather than personal feelings unbiased not personal not subjective true objectivity 6. reconcile 75 to adjust the differences between things to reach an agreement especially after an argument to make up to overcome discord to try to be inclusive reconciliation conciliatory irreconcilable 7. speculative 74 taking a chance risky uncertain cannot be confirmed speculate speculation 8. accessible 71 being able to enter or approach a place approachable friendly genial gregarious access inaccessible 9. decorum 68 proper correct behavior or etiquette good manners refinement decorous indecorous 10. impulsive 67 tending to act on impulse and without thought rash impetuous unrestrained capricious impulses 11. deride 67 to ridicule something to laugh at something as ridiculous to mock to satirize derision derisory risible 12. suppress 67 to stop something from rising or coming out by holding it down to repress suppression 13. complacent 66 overly pleased with an accomplishment overconfident self-satisfied so unwary as to be foolish complacency For more material and information please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc at 14. reverent 66 deeply honoring or respectful and so not joking around venerating revere reverence reverential irreverent 15. disparage 65 to insult or put down to offend 16. relevant 65 relating to the subject at hand important or significant pertinent relevance irrelevant 17. prudent 62 careful cautious especially about money having good judgment circumspect wary prudence imprudent 18. refute 62 to prove wrong or .

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