Vocabulary Workshop Level C Quiz

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Vocabulary Workshop Level C Quiz - Quiz

This is the third letter of the Standard English Alphabet. Communication comes clearly when colleagues chat together in a comfortable and cozy conference room. A concrete example of a sentence with a series of C's.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    A hiding place, especially one in the ground, for ammunition, food and treasure etc.

    • A.

      Cache

    • B.

      Clutter

    • C.

      Crevice

    • D.

      Cline

    Correct Answer
    A. Cache
    Explanation
    A cache is a hiding place, often underground, where items such as ammunition, food, and treasure can be stored. It is a secure and concealed location used to protect valuable or important items from being easily found or accessed by others. The word "cache" is commonly used to refer to a hidden storage area, particularly in the context of storing supplies or valuable items for future use or retrieval.

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  • 2. 

    A cup for the wine of the Holy Eucharist or Mass.

    • A.

      Cadaver

    • B.

      Casket

    • C.

      Chalice

    • D.

      Carcass

    Correct Answer
    C. Chalice
    Explanation
    A chalice is a cup specifically used for the wine of the Holy Eucharist or Mass in religious ceremonies. It is a sacred vessel that holds the wine that is believed to symbolize the blood of Christ. The other options, such as cadaver, casket, and carcass, are unrelated to the context of the question and do not pertain to the religious significance of the chalice.

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  • 3. 

    The other term for coffin, where the dead are laid for funeral.

    • A.

      Cadaver

    • B.

      Casket

    • C.

      Chalice

    • D.

      Carcass

    Correct Answer
    B. Casket
    Explanation
    A casket is a term used to refer to a box or a container in which a dead body is placed for a funeral. It is commonly used as an alternative term for a coffin. The other options, such as cadaver, chalice, and carcass, do not accurately describe a container for a dead body.

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  • 4. 

    The dead body of a human ready to be dissected.

    • A.

      Cadaver

    • B.

      Chalice

    • C.

      Casket

    • D.

      Carcass

    Correct Answer
    A. Cadaver
    Explanation
    A cadaver refers to a dead human body that is prepared for dissection. The other options, chalice, casket, and carcass, do not specifically pertain to human bodies or the act of dissection. A chalice is a cup or goblet, a casket is a box used for burial, and a carcass typically refers to the body of an animal. Therefore, cadaver is the most appropriate term for a human body ready to be dissected.

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  • 5. 

    The dead body of an animal.

    • A.

      Cadaver

    • B.

      Casket

    • C.

      Chalice

    • D.

      Carcass

    Correct Answer
    D. Carcass
    Explanation
    A carcass refers to the dead body of an animal. It is the correct answer because it accurately describes the given definition. A cadaver refers to a dead human body, not an animal. A casket is a coffin used for burying a dead body, but it does not specifically refer to an animal. A chalice is a cup, typically used for religious purposes, and is unrelated to the given definition. Therefore, carcass is the most appropriate term to describe the dead body of an animal.

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  • 6. 

    It is a series of words in a continuum or a continuous gradation.

    • A.

      Cache

    • B.

      Clutter

    • C.

      Crevice

    • D.

      Cline

    Correct Answer
    D. Cline
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "cline" because it is a word that fits the description given in the question. A cline refers to a series of words that are arranged in a continuum or a continuous gradation. In this series, "cache," "clutter," "crevice," and "cline" are all words that can be arranged in a continuous gradation, with "cline" being the most suitable answer.

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  • 7. 

    To fill or litter with things in a disorderly manner.

    • A.

      Cache

    • B.

      Clutter

    • C.

      Crevice

    • D.

      Cline

    Correct Answer
    B. Clutter
    Explanation
    The correct answer is clutter. Clutter means to fill or litter with things in a disorderly manner. This word is commonly used to describe a messy or untidy environment where objects are scattered or piled up in a disorganized way.

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  • 8. 

    A crack forming an opening.

    • A.

      Cache

    • B.

      Clutter

    • C.

      Crevice

    • D.

      Cline

    Correct Answer
    C. Crevice
    Explanation
    A crevice is a narrow crack or opening, which fits perfectly with the given description of "A crack forming an opening." It suggests that the correct answer is crevice because it accurately represents the concept of a crack that creates a small opening or gap.

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