1. Succession of rulers belonging to one family.
2. To cut something into two pieces.
3. Flat metal or Porcelain plate fixed on a wall as an ornament or memorial.
4. Act of deceiving somebody in order to make money.
Source: English QuizA short poem or speech addressed to the spectators after the conclusion of a drama.
6. Capable of being understood in either of two or more possible senses, and therefore not definite.
7. A person who is unable to pay his debts.
8. Anything which is no longer in use.
9. A person coming to a foreign land to settle there.
10. Something capable of being done.
1 (A) dynasty dynasty (N.) : a series of rulers of a country who all belong to the same family
lineage (N.) : the series of families that somebody comes from originally
ancestry (N.) : the family or the race of people that you come from
progeny (N.) : a person’s children; the young of animals and plants
2. (B) sever sever (V.) : to cut something into two pieces
severe (Adj.) : extremely bad or serious
sewer (N.) : an underground pipe that is used for carrying, waste from houses, factories, etc.
sow (V.) : to introduce/spread feelings or ideas that cause trouble; to plant or spread seeds in or on the ground
3. (D) plaque plaque (N.) : a flat piece of stone, metal, etc. with a name and date on attached to a wall in memory of a person or an event
tabloid (N.) : a newspaper with small pages
poster (N.) : a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement
board (N.) : a flat piece of material designed for a special purpose
4. (A) fraud fraud (N.) : an act of deceiving somebody in order to make money
robbery (N.) : the crime of stealing money or goods from a bank, shop/store, person using violence or threat
pickpocket (N.) : a person who steals money, etc. from other people’s pockets, especially in crowded places
theft (N.) : the crime of stealing something from a person or place
5. (C) epilogue (N.) : a speech at the end of a play, book, or film/movie that comments on or acts as a conclusion to what has happened
prologue (N.) : a speech at the beginning of a play, book, or film/movie that introduces it
dialogue (N.) : conversations in a look, play or film/movie
monologue (N.) : a long speech by one person during a conversation that stops other people from speaking or expressing an opinion
6. (B) ambiguous ambiguous (Adj.) : that can be understood in more than one way; not clearly defined or stated
amphibious (Adj.) : able to live both on land and in water
amorphous (Adj.) : having no definite shape
confusing (Adj.) : a state of not being certain
7. (C) insolvent (N.) : a person not having enough money to pay what he owes
solvent (N.) : a person who has enough to pay his debts; not in debt
banker (N.) : a person who owns a bank or has an important job at a bank
lender (N.) : a person/an organisation that lends money
8. (B) obsolete obsolete (Adj.) : no longer in use
obscure (Adj.) : not well-known; unknown
pristine (Adj.) : fresh and clean
lapsed (Adj.) : no longer valid
9. (A) immigrant immigrant (N.) : a person who has come to live permanently in a country
emigrant (N.) : a person who leaves his country to live in another
tourist (N.) : a person who is travelling/visiting a place for pleasure
settler (N.) : a person who goes to live in a new country/region
10. (B) feasible feasible (Adj.) : that is possible and likely to be achieved
probable (Adj.) : likely to happen, to exist or to be true
tenable (Adj.) : easy to defend against attack/criticism
explicable (Adj.) : that can be explained/understood