English vocabulary worksheet

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate word.

1. Some people still believe in the ………………… Loch Ness monster.

2. He made only a ………………… attempt to win the race.

3. He ………………… his birth certificate to get a passport.

4. The ………………….. on both sides want a war.

5. His theory of a coming invasion from outer space is certainly …………………

6. My ………………… was great after climbing the mountain.

7. A wise teacher never shows ……………….

8. The accused made a ………………… plea for clemency.

9. Cleanliness is admirable, but don’t make a ……………….. of it.

10. The children get ……………….. when we take them to the church.

Answers

1. Some people still believe in the fabled Loch Ness monster.

2. He made only a fainthearted attempt to win the race.

3. He falsified his birth certificate to get a passport.

4. The fanatics on both sides want a war.

5. His theory of a coming invasion from outer space is certainly far-fetched.

6. My fatigue was great after climbing the mountain.

7. A wise teacher never shows favoritism.

8. The accused made a fervent plea for clemency.

9. Cleanliness is admirable, but don’t make a fetish of it.

10. The children get fidgety when we take them to the church.

Meanings

Fabled – imaginary, legendary, mythical

Fainthearted – weak, half-hearted, irresolute

Falsify – alter fraudulently

Fanatic – zealot, extremist, maniac

Far-fetched – unlikely, doubtful, dubious

Fatigue – tiredness, exhaustion

Favoritism – partiality, bias, partisanship

Fervent – earnest, impassioned, passionate

Fetish – obsession, mania, craze, passion

Fidgety – restless, impatient, irritable, restive

 

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