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Peh Qian Ling4 idioms obtained from Q16.(1)- look before they leap:This idiom means that you should think carefully about the possible results or consequences before doing something.(2)- pull something out of the bag: to suddenly do something which solves a problem or improves a bad situation E.g:They're really going to have to pull something out of the bag tonight if they want to qualify for the championship. (3)- may hay while the sun shines: to do something while the situation or conditions are right(4)- bite off more than they can chew : If you bite off more than you can chew, you take on more responsibilities than you can manage. 'Don't bite off more than you can chew' is often used to advise people against agreeing to more than they can handle.
Meaning of words from Q19:(1)inaccurately- not accurate(2)inadequately- not adequate or sufficient(3)inadvertently- unintentionaly(4)inappropiately- not appropiate
Gregory Ler1)dishevelled:To cause untidiness and disarray in.2)disillusioned: a freeing or a being freed from illusion or conviction; disenchantment. 3)allocated: to set apart for a particular purpose; assign or allot4)consecrated: to make or declare sacred; set apart or dedicate to the service of a deity
Meaning of wordsinadequately: not sufficientinadvertently: inattentiveobstructions: encouragementdishevelled: to cause untidiness and disarrayconsecrated: scared
Inhibition: A feeling that makes one self-conscious and unable to act in a relaxed and natural wayEntice: Attract or tempt by offering pleasure or advantagekinship: A sharing of characteristics or originsvirtually: Nearly; almost
Q.20(1)Inhibitions - something that constraints.(2)Limitations - restrictive weakness(3)Restrictions - Condition or Regulation(4)Obstruction - Blocking something
Words extracted from Questions 17 to 20Entice(17)-Verb -To lead on by exciting desires or hopesShred(18)-Noun -A type of material that is torn, cut or scrappedInadequately(19)-Adverb -Not suitable , sufficient or lacking the quality for a purposeInadvertently(19)-Adverb -Unintentionally or accidentallyInhibitions(20)-The feeling that does not allow oneself to act in a natural manner(self-conscious)
make hay while the sun shines:to do something while the situation or conditions are right I've got a few hours to finish the housework before the kids come home so I might as well make hay while the sun shines.inadvertently:unintentionally, accidentally
Word: BenevolenceMeaning: Tendency to help others and is kind.Sentence: Despite his fierce appearance, he is capable of great benevolence.Word: ConsecratedMeaning: To declare sacred or to devoteSentence: Famous scientists have consecrated their whole life to studying the strange wonders of science.Word: Approximately Meaning: Not perfect but closeSentence: According to my calculations, the answer is approximately 100.56.Word: Scarcely Meaning: Barely or probablySentence: The bread has scarcely baked yet!
Meaningsinaccurately :not accurate ;incorrect of untrueinadequately :not sufficient;ineptinadvertently:unintentional inappropriately :not proper or suitableJacques
Meaningsinaccurately :not accurate ;incorrect of untrueScarcely: Barely or probablyInhibitions - something that constraints.Entice: Attract or tempt by offering pleasure or advantage
Meanings for question 191) Inaccurately: Mistaken or incorrect; not accurate.Sentence: The exam marks for PSLE is inaccurate.2) Inadequately: not adequate; not sufficient; not equal to what is requiredSentence: Adequate for purpose.3) Inadvertently: carelessly or unintentionallySentence: We inadvertently left the ice-cream on the counter and it all melted.4) Inappropriately: Not suitable or proper in the circumstances:Sentence: He was dressed inappropriately for the restaurant.
Q.23, option 4-benevolenceMeaning-an act of kindness; a charitable gift.
Meanings for Vocabulary.inadequately:adjective,not adequate or sufficient; inept or unsuitable. Limitations:a limiting condition; restrictive weakness; lack of capacity; inability or handicapScarcely:barely; hardly; not quite
Q19.(1) Inaccurately- Incorrect or untrue.(2) Inadequately- Insufficent.(3) Inadvertently- Unintentional or not attentive.(4) Inappropriately- Not suitable or fitting for a particular purpose, person, occasion.Quah Kian Yang
in addition to Qianling's comment.Look before they leap:Small companies need to look before they leap as they cannot afford to make any mistakes that can bring the company down.Pull something out of the bag:He was really tired but he still managed to pull something out of the bag to pass the examMake hay while the sun shines;While I was living in France, I decided to make hay while the sun shines and learn how to speak French to increase the chances of finding a job.Bite off more than they can chew:The boys would have won this match had they not bite off more than they can chew.Entice: to attract a person by luring him or her.Khoo Xin Hui25769h
inadequately - not enoughinadvertently - not paying attensionobstructions - encouragementdishevelled - make something messy and disarrayedconsecrated: scared
Qn 16. (1)look before they leap-something that you say in order to advise someone to think about possible problems before doing something.Sentence:If you're thinking of buying a house, my advice is, look before you leap. (2)pull something out of the bag-to suddenly do something which solves a problem or improves a bad situation.Sentence:They're really going to have to pull something out of the bag tonight if they want to qualify for the championship. (3) make hay while the sun shines-you make good use of the chance to do something while it lasts.Sentence:•Jim works too much, but he reckons he's just making hay while the sun shines. He says he'll slow down once he's made his fortune. (4)bite off more than they can chew-you take on more responsibilities than you can manage. 'Don't bite off more than you can chew' is often used to advise people against agreeing to more than they can handle.Sentence:Don't bite off more than you can chew. Let someone else organize the party. Qn 17.(1)entice-To attract by arousing hope or desire; lureSentence: The promise of higher pay enticed me into the new job.(3)enhance-To provide with improved, advanced, or sophisticated features.Sentence:computer software enhanced with cutting-edge functionalities.Qn 22.(3)dishevelled-to loosen or to let fall(hair,clothing..) in disarray.Sentence-His hair was dishevelled, his glance restless, and in the faint light of the glimmering candles his cheeks looked deadly pale.Qn 23(1)kinship-Connection by blood, marriage, or adoption; family relationshipSentence:Jesus quickly makes his identity known in a way that shows there are ties that are stronger than blood kinship.(4)benovolence-An inclination to perform kind, charitable acts.Sentence:•She was a lady of great benevolence who spent much of her time uplifting the poor, the funeral was at beckenham.Qn 24(4)consecrated-To declare or set apart as sacredSentence:Consecrate yourselves for tommorrow the lord will do wonders among you.Qn 25(3)scarcely-By a small margin; barely.Sentence:It feared him; yet, as he travelled with it, he scarcely ever took his eyes off it, and he never trusted it.Ayisha
Questions 20(1)inhibitions---inappropriate conscious or unconscious restraint or suppression of behavior, as sexual behavior, often due to guilt or fear produced by past punishment, or sometimes considered a dispositional trait.sentence:After having a few glasses of whisky he quickly lost all his inhibitions and was very willing to drop his trousers in plublic.Question 17entice---to lead on by exciting hope or desire; allure; inveigleSentence: They were enticed westwards by the dreams of golden shiny coins.Questions 22Dishevelled---to cause untidiness and disarray inSentence: The stong wind dishevelled all the paper and books on our form teacher's table.Questions 23Benevolence---desire to do good to others; goodwill; charitablenessSentence: When I saw a cute creature, I was filled with benevolence towards it.
1 Inaccurately- Incorrect or untrue false. 2Inadequately- Insufficent.3 Inadvertently- Unintentional or not attentive.4 Inappropriately- Not suitable or fit for a particular purpose, person, occasion.
1. dishevelled: untidiness in appearanceSentence: After running three errands, he looked tired and dishevelled.2. consecrated: state officially in a religious ceremony that something can be used for religious purposesSentence: The church was consecrated in 1985.3. inhibitions: a shy or nervous feeling that stops you from expressing your real thougts or feelingsSentence: The children were shy at first, but they soon lost their inhibitions.
Q24)Option 4- consecrated =to make or declare sacred; set apart or dedicate to the service of a deity: to consecrate a new church building. Q22)Option 3-dishevelled =to let down, as hair, or wear or let hang in loose disorder, as clothing.
inadequately : not enoughinadvertently: Unintentional or not attentive. disheveled : to cause untidiness and disarrayBenevolence : desire to do good to othersMarcus