1st Prep Vocabulary Quiz

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  • 1. 

    1. The ……………………. of this car are so talented.

    • A.

      Buyers

    • B.

      Manufacturers

    • C.

      Creators

    • D.

      Sellers

    Correct Answer
    B. Manufacturers
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "manufacturers". This answer is correct because it fits grammatically and logically with the sentence. The sentence is describing the talents of the car, which implies that the car was created or built by someone. The word "manufacturers" refers to the people or companies who make or produce the car, making it the most appropriate choice for the sentence.

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  • 2. 

    1. Basketball is very …………………….with tall people.

    • A.

      Famous 

    • B.

      Like

    • C.

      Popular

    • D.

      Hate

    Correct Answer
    C. Popular
    Explanation
    Basketball is popular with tall people because being tall gives individuals an advantage in the sport. Height allows players to reach the basket more easily and defend against opponents. Additionally, taller individuals often have longer arms, which helps with shooting, rebounding, and blocking shots. This popularity among tall people is evident in the high number of professional basketball players who are above average height.

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  • 3. 

    1. He made three movies but he isn’t very…………………….

    • A.

      Famous 

    • B.

      Sad

    • C.

      Popular

    • D.

      Hate

    Correct Answer
    A. Famous 
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "famous". This suggests that despite making three movies, the person in question is not very well-known or recognized.

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  • 4. 

    1. It’s…………………… for school students to wear uniforms.

    • A.

      Famous 

    • B.

      Sad

    • C.

      Popular

    • D.

      Common

    Correct Answer
    D. Common
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "common". This is because it is a common practice for school students to wear uniforms.

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  • 5. 

    1. It’s………………………to respect your parents.

    • A.

      Popular

    • B.

      Normal

    • C.

      Famous

    • D.

      Known

    Correct Answer
    B. Normal
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "normal". This is because it is expected and considered socially acceptable to respect one's parents. It is a common and ordinary behavior that is encouraged in most cultures.

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  • 6. 

    1. I ……………………you have no idea about it.

    • A.

      Think

    • B.

      Imagine

    • C.

      Wonder

    • D.

      Wander

    Correct Answer
    A. Think
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "think". The phrase "you have no idea about it" suggests that the speaker is referring to something that the listener is unaware of. The word "think" implies that the speaker is indicating that the listener does not have any knowledge or understanding of the subject. The other options, such as "imagine", "wonder", and "wander", do not convey the same meaning as "think" in this context.

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  • 7. 

    1. Just……………..yourself a super star.

    • A.

      Think

    • B.

      Imagine

    • C.

      Wonder

    • D.

      Wander

    Correct Answer
    B. Imagine
    Explanation
    The phrase "Just... yourself a super star" suggests that the missing word should be a verb that describes an action one can take to become a super star. Out of the given options, "imagine" is the most fitting choice as it implies using one's imagination to envision oneself as a super star.

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  • 8. 

    8. They……………. if you did the right thing or not.

    • A.

      Think

    • B.

      Imagine

    • C.

      Wonder

    • D.

      Wander

    Correct Answer
    C. Wonder
    Explanation
    The word "wonder" is the correct answer because it fits grammatically and semantically in the sentence. The sentence structure suggests that the subject is uncertain about whether they did the right thing or not, and "wonder" is commonly used to express this type of uncertainty or curiosity. The other options, "think," "imagine," and "wander," do not convey the same meaning in this context.

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  • 9. 

    1. That’s so expensive. I can never……………. For it.

    • A.

      Pay

    • B.

      Cost

    • C.

      Spend

    • D.

      Buy

    Correct Answer
    A. Pay
    Explanation
    The phrase "That's so expensive" suggests that the speaker is talking about the price of something. The phrase "I can never..." implies that the speaker is expressing their inability or unwillingness to do something. In this context, the correct answer would be "pay" because it fits the sentence structure and meaning. The speaker is saying that they cannot afford or are not willing to pay for the expensive item.

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  • 10. 

    1. Stop…………….. your money on useless things.

    • A.

      Paying

    • B.

      Cost

    • C.

      Spending

    • D.

      Buying

    Correct Answer
    C. Spending
    Explanation
    The phrase "Stop... your money on useless things" indicates that the action being referred to is the act of using or consuming money. Out of the given options, "spending" is the most appropriate word that fits this context. "Paying" could also be a possible answer, but it implies a specific transaction or payment, whereas "spending" is a more general and encompassing term that includes all types of expenses. "Cost" and "buying" do not convey the same meaning as the phrase in question.

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