Vocabulary Questions 51-100



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[51] We _______ for two hours at the camp.
A. staid
B. stayed

[52] I was so excited. So, I ran all the way up the ______.
A. stares
B. stairs

[53] The aim of all Preachers is to save as many _______ as possible.
A. souls
B. soles

[54] We _______ at each other for some time before talking.
A. staired
B. stared

[55] The ______ of my boots are slender.
A. souls
B. soles

[56] The maize prices have _______ recently.
A. sored
B. soared

[57] There is a ________ increase in cassava prices.
A. slight
B. sleight

[58] I can't help you fix this table. I have a ______ arm.
A. soared
B. sore

[59] He ________ the gun into his pocket.
A. snuck
B. sneaked


[60] During the match, Cristiano Ronaldo showed his footballing ________.
A. sleight 
B. slight 

[61] The livestock keepers have to ______ wool from sheeps.
A. shear
B. sheer

[62] My mother is learning how to _______ by using stitches.
A. sow
B. sew

[63] I don't want to hear your ______ nonsense on this.
A. shear
B. sheer

[64] We have to ______ the maize according to the instructions from agricultural experts if we really want to get big harvest.
A. saw
B. sow

[65] The food is almost ready. Please, ______ table for lunch.
A. set
B. sit

[66] During colonial rule, tenants and _______ were among the most exploited classes in the society.
A. sarfs
B. serfs

[67] The ________ of delicious food hit our noses as we approached the party.
A. sent
B. scent

[68] 4G Internet can help you to _______ more comfortably.
A. surf
B. serf

[69] The demonstrators shouted and their message was clearly _______.
A. scent
B. sent

[70] We have to ________ every best moment of our lives.
A. savor
B. save

[71] The diver ________ a child from drowning.
A. served
B. saved

[72] Mr. Dangote has a big _______ in this company.
A. steak
B. stake

[73] Don't sit on that ______. You'll destroy it.
A. pail
B. pale

[74] Monica's face was as _____ as ashes.
A. pale
B. pail

[75] Some bullets missed the target and hit one of the window's ________.
A. panes
B. panels

[76] Hot tea can burn your _________.
A. palate
B. palette

[77] If you experience continuous _______, see the doctor.
A. pane
B. pain

[78] As a painter, I have to take care of my ________.
A. palette
B. pallet

[79] Father Nicholas Mwanga is in charge of Kibiti _______.
A. Perish
B. Parish

[80] Goods are placed on ________ before they are packed into the lorries.
A. pallets
B. palettes

[81] Some animals will ________ if they are not kept well.
A. perish
B. parish

[82] Children like to watch cartoons as _______.
A. pastime
B. past time

[83] You can't have ______ if your country is at war with another country.
A. piece
B. peace

[84] In the _________, people used to wear baggy clothes.
A. pastime
B. past time

[85] Gérard Pique is at the ______ of playing football.
A. pique
B. peak

[86] Even the monkeys know how to ________ the bananas.
A. peal
B. peel

[87] The President is greatly _______ when he hears the corruption cases.
A. piqued
B. peeked

[88] My father gave me this _______ of land.
A. peace
B. piece

[89] My bicycle's ______ is fault.
A. peddle
B. pedal

[90] I _______ into the thicket but I didn't see the snake.
A. peeked
B. peaked

[91] The strong man is required to ______ the big church bell.
A. peal
B. peel

[92] Street vendors ______ their products in the public.
A. pedal
B. peddle

[93] Talk to your _______.
A. piers
B. peers

[94] At first, it's difficult to learn how to ______ a bicycle.
A. peddle
B. pedal

[95] Our boat docked at one of the coast's landing _______.
A. peer
B. pier

[96] The __________ scene of the play was very interesting.
A. penaltimate
B. penultimate

[97] I ______ into the box but I found nothing
A. piered
B. peered

[98] The Police have promised to find out the person who perpetrated this crime.
A. perpetrated
B. perpetuated

[99] Our aim is to __________ our plan to invest in this country.
A. perpetuate
B. perpetrate

[100] The dictatorial governments _________ the opposition groups.
A. prosecute
B. persecute


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