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    Vocabulary test: Conspiracy theories A

    A Fill in the gaps with the words from the box.A Fill in the gaps with the words from the box.A Fill in the gaps with the words from the box.A Fill in the gaps with the words from the box.

    1. The voted to repeal the tax cut.

    2. The photograph of the two leaders shaking hands was deliberately .

    3. People believe that someone put a on the house.

    4. Our room had a view of the lake.

    5. Attila the Hun most of Europe to his barbaric pillage.

    6. Historians the document to the early 1700s.

    7. The year 2000 was celebrated as the beginning of the third .

    8. The music was so I got scared.

    9. I'm all out of eggs. , I can still make us a nice breakfast.

    10. The bird's wings were .

    11. You have to see San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge -- its beautiful!

    12. She accused him of starting about her.

    13. They discovered a secret plot to the governor.

    14. Technology has taken a great forward.

    15. He skillfully the ship into port during the storm.

    16. The bomb threat is probably a , but we should still evacuate the

    building.

    17. Someone the story to the press.

    18. This detergent is highly concentrated and you will need to dilute it.

    19. The terrorist group responsibility for the attack.

    20. The judges made a ruling.

    famed however spooky curse millennium

    stunning flutter stage leap unanimous

    rumour senate assassinate pilot subject

    leak thus claim date hoax

  • BBBB Match the words with the definitionsMatch the words with the definitionsMatch the words with the definitionsMatch the words with the definitions....

    1 public

    2 interfere

    A support placed beneath or against something to

    keep it from shaking or falling

    3 dynasty Widely circulated or diffused

    4 supporter Very unconventional or unusual

    5 bizarre People in general considered as a whole

    6 ancient

    7 widespread

    A plot to carry out some harmful or illegal act

    (especially a political plot)

    8 conceal A person who backs a politician or a team etc.

    9 prop Prevent from being seen or discovered

    10 conspiracy A sequence of powerful leaders in the same family

    Come between so as to be hindrance or obstacle

    Very old

  • Name:

    Vocabulary test: Conspiracy theories B

    A Fill in the gaps with the words from the box.A Fill in the gaps with the words from the box.A Fill in the gaps with the words from the box.A Fill in the gaps with the words from the box.

    1. She was hired for her talents as a manager.

    2. You should try to speak more .

    3. The CIA uncovered a against the government.

    4. President Lyndon B. Johnson was a strong of civil rights.

    5. I noticed that the owner's was on all the sheep.

    6. Before every scene he ran down his checklist of .

    7. His explanation turned out to be a lie.

    8. There is public interest in the election.

    9. The people in the village still observe the customs of their ancestors.

    10. That was a famous that ruled China for nearly 300 years.

    11. Snakes the sun to warm their bodies.

    12. All of a sudden everything went wrong.

    13. The defendant is accused of attempting to evidence.

    14. The tree was by lightning.

    15. He's from a town that you've probably never heard of.

    16. The beach is open to the .

    17. On our wedding day, we were treated like .

    18. I just heard the most story.

    19. The tribe is divided into .

    20. I tried to offer advice without .

    prop dynasty desperately public clearly

    conspiracy tiny supporter royalty conceal

    strike ancient reputed widespread patent

    seek bizarre interfere clan marking

  • BBBB Match the words with the definitionsMatch the words with the definitionsMatch the words with the definitionsMatch the words with the definitions....

    1 rumour A light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards

    2 hoax Assign a date to; determine the (probable) date of

    3 leap Move back and forth very rapidly

    4 stunning A span of 1000 years

    5 date (v.) In complete agreement

    6 flutter Gossip passed around by word of mouth

    7 leak Murder; especially of socially prominent persons

    8 millennium Something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery

    intended to gain an advantage

    9 assassinate Strikingly beautiful or attractive

    10 unanimous Unauthorized (especially deliberate) disclosure of

    confidential information

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    The Senate voted to repeal the tax cut. The photograph of the two leaders shaking hands was deliberately staged.

    People believe that someone put a curse on the house.

    Our room had a stunning view of the lake.

    Attila the Hun subjected most of Europe to his barbaric pillage.

    Historians date the document to the early 1700s.

    The year 2000 was celebrated as the beginning of the third millennium.

    The music was pretty spooky

    I'm all out of eggs; however, I can still make us a nice breakfast.

    The bird's wings were fluttering.

    San Francisco's famed Golden Gate Bridge.

    She accused him of starting rumors about her.

    They discovered a secret plot to assassinate the governor.

    Technology has taken a great leap forward.

    He skillfully piloted the ship into port during the storm.

    The bomb threat is probably a hoax, but we should still evacuate the building.

    Someone leaked the story to the press.

    This detergent is highly concentrated and thus you will need to dilute it.

    The terrorist group claimed responsibility for the attack.

    The judges made a unanimous ruling.

    She was hired for her reputed talents as a manager.

    You should try to speak more clearly.

    The CIA uncovered a conspiracy against the government.

    President Lyndon B. Johnson was a strong supporter of civil rights.

    the owner's marking was on all the sheep

    before every scene he ran down his checklist of props

    His explanation turned out to be a patent lie.

    There is widespread public interest in the election.

    The people in the village still observe the ancient customs of their ancestors.

    a dynasty that ruled China for nearly 300 years

    Snakes seek the sun to warm their bodies.

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