Pass-Pati Sensory Quiz #2

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  1. The politician woke up the audience with a/an (ardent) speech.
    (a) passionless (b) passive (c) patient (d) satispassion
    (e) impassioned
  2. The couple separated because they were just too (mismatched) to live together any longer.
    (a) incompatible (b) dispassionate (c) compassionate
    (d) impassive (e) incompassionate
  3. The (kindhearted) judge gave the young offender a suspended sentence.
    (a) dispassionate (b) compassionless (c) impatient
    (d) compassionate (e) impassioned
  4. The class was (restless) for vacation to start.
    (a) impassive (b) passionate (c) patient (d) impassionate
    (e) impatient
  5. The business partners were too (antagonistic) to continue together any more.
    (a) passionate (b) incompatible (c) patient (d) impassionate
    (e) passive
  6. She couldn't put any (enthusiasm) into her singing.
    (a) patience (b) compassion (c) compatibility (d) dispassion
    (e) passion
  7. Horseback riding is my current (craze).
    (a) compassion (b) dispassion (c) passion (d) incompatibility
    (e) impatience
  8. It often takes a good deal of (endurance or forbearance) for a “newbee” to learn how to use a computer.
    (a) passion (b) compassion (c) passiveness (d) dispassion
    (e) patience
  9. The people in the village remained (submissive) while the soldiers searched for the outlaws.
    (a) compatible (b) dispassionate (c) passive (d) impassionate
    (e) passionate
  10. Just be (calm) and your dog will come home on his own.
    (a) impatient (b) incompatible (c) passionate (d) patient
    (e) dispassionate

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