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แบบฝึกหัดคำศัพท์ SAT 1


Directions:  Below, you will see the SAT vocabulary words for this cycle, as well as their parts of speech and definitions.  Below these, you will see ten sentences, each with a blank space in it.  Please fill each blank in with one of the words in the box below; each word will only be used once. 

 

SAT Word 

Part of Speech 

1. 

Accentuate 

Verb 

2. 

Beneficial 

Adj. 

3. 

Cacophony 

Noun 

4. 

Debacle 

Noun 

5. 

Debilitating 

Adj. 

6. 

Debunk 

Verb 

7. 

Eclectic 

Adj. 

8. 

Lithe 

Adj. 

9. 

Miffed 

Adj. 

10. 

Ornate 

Adj. 


  1. The girl was quite __________ when she found out that she hadn’t been invited to her best friend’s birthday party. 

 

2. The Vietnam War is often considered a great military _____________. 

 

3. The musicians, having not practiced at all beforehand, created a great __________ in the concert hall. 

 

4. The __________ gymnasts made even the most difficult acrobatic stunts look easy. 


 5. The great pimple on her nose and the fraying hairs on her head served to ______________ the witch’s ugliness. 

 

6. AIDS is a _____________ disease, stripping individuals of their health bit by bit. 

 

7. A huge, ___________ chandelier dominated the ceiling of the king’s banquet hall. 

 

8. Most major universities try to attract an _____________ student body so that they can draw on a wide range of talents and skills for their programs. 

 

9. In his efforts to __________ the idea that the sun revolved around the Earth, Gallileo was persecuted by the Inquisition. 

 

10. A good night’s rest will prove _____________ to one’s attention span the following day. 


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1.The girl was quite miffed when she found out that she hadn't been invited to her best friend's birthday party.

  • Miffed (adj.) = โกรธ, หงุดหงิด 2. The Vietnam War is often considered a great military debacle.

  • Debacle (noun) = ความล้มเหลวครั้งใหญ่, หายนะ 3. The musicians, having not practiced at all beforehand, created a great cacophony in the concert hall.

  • Cacophony (noun) = เสียงที่ไม่ไพเราะ, เสียงอึกทึก 4. The lithe gymnasts made even the most difficult acrobatic stunts look easy.

  • Lithe (adj.) = คล่องแคล่ว, ว่องไว 5. The great pimple on her nose and the fraying hairs on her head served to accentuate the witch's ugliness.

  • Accentuate (verb) = เน้น, ทำให้เด่นชัด 6.AIDS is a debilitating disease, stripping individuals of their health bit by bit.

  • Debilitating (adj.) = ทำให้อ่อนแอ, ทำให้ทรุดโทรม 7. A huge, ornate chandelier dominated the ceiling of the king's banquet hall.

  • Ornate (adj.) = ประดับประดาอย่างวิจิตร, ตกแต่งอย่างหรูหรา 8. Most major universities try to attract an eclectic student body so that they can draw on a wide range of talents and skills for their programs.

  • Eclectic (adj.) = ที่ผสมผสานจากหลากหลายแหล่ง, หลากหลาย 9. In his efforts to debunk the idea that the sun revolved around the Earth, Galileo was persecuted by the Inquisition.

  • Debunk (verb) = พิสูจน์ว่าเป็นเท็จ, หักล้างความเชื่อที่ผิดๆ 10. A good night's rest will prove beneficial to one's attention span the following day.

  • Beneficial (adj.) = เป็นประโยชน์, มีประโยชน์



 

แบบฝึกหัดคำศัพท์ SAT 2

Directions:  Below, you will see the SAT vocabulary words for this cycle, as well as their parts of speech.  Below these, you will see ten sentences, each with a blank space in it; you must look up their definitions on your own.  Please fill each blank in with one of the words in the box below; each word will only be used once. 

 

 

SAT Word 

Part of Speech 

11. 

Accessible 

Adj. 

12. 

Catastrophe 

Noun 

13. 

Circumscribe 

Verb 

14. 

Discord 

Noun 

15. 

Dogmatic 

Adj. 

16. 

Empathy 

Noun 

17. 

Negligible 

Adj. 

18. 

Partisan 

Noun 

19. 

Refute 

Verb 

20. 

Salvage  

Verb 

 

  1. The most recent argument between John and his father created further __________ in their relationship. 

 

2. After the boys became shipwrecked on the tropical island, they hoped to ______________ some supplies from the wreckage of the ship. 

 

3. Having once been a student herself, Mrs. Johnson felt______________ for those students having trouble with the assignment. 

 

4. While the tea the feverish girl drank helped her to feel a little better in the short term, its overall effect in curing her was ____________. 

 

5. Relating subject material to students’ lives is a technique designed to make that information more ___________ to them. 

 

6. While belief in Christ’s death and resurrection is  ______________ for Catholics, it is viewed as a strange belief to those of other religions. 

 

7. If an argument is proven beyond the shadow of doubt, a person cannot _________ it. 

 

8. The failure of the CIA to discover the terrorist’s plot lead to the  _____________ that was 9/11. 

 

9. By completely surrounding the enemy army, the general was able to ______________ that army’s ability to retreat. 

 

10. Frequently, members of government engage in  _____________ politics, voting on issues according to the way their political party tells them to vote while not considering the ideas behind those issues for themselves. 


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  1. The most recent argument between John and his father created further discord in their relationship.

  • Discord (noun) = ความขัดแย้ง, ความไม่ลงรอย 2. After the boys became shipwrecked on the tropical island, they hoped to salvage some supplies from the wreckage of the ship.

  • Salvage (verb) = กู้, เก็บกู้, ช่วยให้พ้นอันตราย 3. Having once been a student herself, Mrs. Johnson felt empathy for those students having trouble with the assignment.

  • Empathy (noun) = ความเห็นอกเห็นใจ, ความเข้าใจความรู้สึกของผู้อื่น 4. While the tea the feverish girl drank helped her to feel a little better in the short term, its overall effect in curing her was negligible.

  • Negligible (adj.) = เล็กน้อย, ไม่สำคัญ, ไม่น่าสนใจ 5. Relating subject material to students' lives is a technique designed to make that information more accessible to them.

  • Accessible (adj.) = สามารถเข้าถึงได้, เข้าใจง่าย 6. While belief in Christ's death and resurrection is dogmatic for Catholics, it is viewed as a strange belief to those of other religions.

  • Dogmatic (adj.) = ยึดมั่นในหลักการ, เชื่ออย่างสิ้นเชิง 7. If an argument is proven beyond the shadow of doubt, a person cannot refute it.

  • Refute (verb) = หักล้าง, โต้แย้ง, พิสูจน์ว่าผิด 8. The failure of the CIA to discover the terrorist's plot lead to the catastrophe that was 9/11.

  • Catastrophe (noun) = ภัยพิบัติ, หายนะ, เหตุการณ์ร้ายแรง

  • 9. By completely surrounding the enemy army, the general was able to circumscribe that army's ability to retreat.

  • Circumscribe (verb) = จำกัด, ล้อมรอบ, วงกลม 10. Frequently, members of government engage in partisan politics, voting on issues according to the way their political party tells them to vote while not considering the ideas behind those issues for themselves.

  • Partisan (noun) = ผู้สนับสนุนพรรค, ฝักใฝ่ฝ่ายใดฝ่ายหนึ่ง



 

แบบฝึกหัดคำศัพท์ SAT 3


Directions:  Below, you will see the SAT vocabulary words for this cycle, as well as their parts of speech.  Below these, you will see ten sentences, each with a blank space in it; you must look up their definitions on your own.  Please fill each blank in with one of the words in the box below; each word will only be used once. 

 

SAT Word 

Part of Speech 

21. 

Insightful 

Adj. 

22. 

Meddler 

Noun 

23.  

Modicum 

Noun 

24. 

Obscure 

Adj. 

25. 

Pathos 

Noun 

26. 

Rancorous 

Adj. 

27. 

Scour 

Verb 

28. 

Smug 

Adv. 

29. 

Squander 

Verb 

30. 

Wily 

Adj.  

 

  1. Some would say Bernie Madoff was a _____________ investor, while others would say he was just an unscrupulous thief. 

 

2. Tybalt’s eyes were flamed with rage and _____________ intent, one which he hoped would result in Romeo’s death. 

 

3. Some rappers are very talented, but most only have a ______________ of talent. 

 

4. The reasons for that last plane crash are ________________, given that the government doesn’t want to give out any information that might help  people understand what really happened. 

 

5. The play, showing how difficult life in the projects was, drew out the ______________ of those students who actually lived in projects and who could identify (and feel bad for) the characters in the play. 

 

6. Tyler’s teacher decided to give him an A on his last paper because of how _______________ his argumentation was. 

 

7. Everyone knew he was a ________________ because he was constantly getting into everyone’s business. 

 

8. Time, like good fortune, is not something you should ________________. 

 

9. You could tell how wealthy Tom Buchanan was by the ________________ expression on his face. 

 

10. No matter how hard he tried to _______________ his hands, Macbeth could not wash the blood away. 


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  1. Some would say Bernie Madoff was a wily investor, while others would say he was just an unscrupulous thief.

  • Wily (adj.) = เจ้าเล่ห์, ชั้นเชิงสูง, มีเล่ห์เหลี่ยม 2. Tybalt's eyes were flamed with rage and rancorous intent, one which he hoped would result in Romeo's death.

  • Rancorous (adj.) = เคียดแค้น, ผูกพยาบาท, เต็มไปด้วยความโกรธเกลียด 3. Some rappers are very talented, but most only have a modicum of talent.

  • Modicum (noun) = ปริมาณเล็กน้อย, จำนวนเล็กน้อ 4. The reasons for that last plane crash are obscure, given that the government doesn't want to give out any information that might help people understand what really happened.

  • Obscure (adj.) = ไม่ชัดเจน, คลุมเครือ, ลึกลับ 5. The play, showing how difficult life in the projects was, drew out the pathos of those students who actually lived in projects and who could identify (and feel bad for) the characters in the play.

  • Pathos (noun) = ความสงสาร, ความเห็นใจ, ความรู้สึกสะเทือนใจ 6. Tyler's teacher decided to give him an A on his last paper because of how insightful his argumentation was.

  • Insightful (adj.) = ที่มีข้อคิดเห็นลึกซึ้ง, ช่างสังเกต, เฉียบแหลม 7. Everyone knew he was a meddler because he was constantly getting into everyone's business.

  • Meddler (noun) = ผู้ชอบยุ่งเรื่องของผู้อื่น, ผู้ชอบก้าวก่ายเรื่องของผู้อื่น 8. Time, like good fortune, is not something you should squander.

  • Squander (verb) = ผลาญ, สิ้นเปลืองโดยเปล่าประโยชน์, ใช้อย่างสิ้นเปลือง 9. You could tell how wealthy Tom Buchanan was by the smug expression on his face.

  • Smug (adv.) = ภูมิใจในตนเองจนน่าหมั่นไส้, ยโส, จองหอง 10. No matter how hard he tried to scour his hands, Macbeth could not wash the blood away.

  • Scour (verb) = ขัด, ถู, ชะล้าง, ล้างให้สะอาด



 

แบบฝึกหัดคำศัพท์ SAT 4


Directions:  Below, you will see the SAT vocabulary words for this cycle, as well as their parts of speech.  Below these, you will see ten sentences, each with a blank space in it; you must look up their definitions on your own.  Please fill each blank in with one of the words in the box below; each word will only be used once. 

 

SAT Word 

Part of Speech 

Adept 

Adj. 

Alleviate 

Verb 

Ambiguous 

Adj. 

Censure 

Verb 

Challenge 

Verb  

Comprehensive 

Adj. 

Derelict 

Adj. 

Dubious 

Adj. 

Inept 

Adj. 

Infusion  

Noun 

 

 

1. Emmy is ___________ at computing math problems in her head. 

 

2. The police’s ___________ handling of the evidence caused the criminal to be found “not guilty” at trial. 

 

3. It remains to be seen whether the senate will ___________ one of its members for his poor conduct. 

 

4. The escaped convict was found by the police in the nearby ___________ house. 

 

5. Not even the strongest pain reliever will ___________  pain of being cheated-on in a relationship. 

 

6. The legal ___________, brought by the landlord to the court, stated that the residents should be evicted for failure to pay their rent. 

 

7. America is called the “Melting Pot” because it represents an ___________  of several different world cultures, races, and religions. 

 

8. The semester exam is a ___________  assessment, testing students on all of their material from September through January. 

 

9. After his best friend lied three times, Chris was ___________ of Victor’s story. 

 

10. The pregnancy test results were ___________, preventing the woman from telling whether or not she was actually pregnant. 

 

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Here are the sentences with the appropriate words filled in, along with the Thai meanings for each vocabulary word:


  1. Emmy is adept at computing math problems in her head.

  • Adept (adj.) = ชำนาญ, เชี่ยวชาญ, คล่องแคล่ว 2.The police's inept handling of the evidence caused the criminal to be found "not guilty" at trial.

  • Inept (adj.) = ไม่มีความสามารถ, ไม่เหมาะสม, ไร้ประสิทธิภาพ 3. It remains to be seen whether the senate will censure one of its members for his poor conduct.

  • Censure (verb) = ประณาม, ตำหนิ, ตราหน้า 4. The escaped convict was found by the police in the nearby derelict house.

  • Derelict (adj.) = ถูกทอดทิ้ง, รกร้าง, ทรุดโทร 5. Not even the strongest pain reliever will alleviate the pain of being cheated-on in a relationship.

  • Alleviate (verb) = บรรเทา, ผ่อนคลาย, ทำให้เบาบางลง 6. The legal challenge, brought by the landlord to the court, stated that the residents should be evicted for failure to pay their rent.

  • Challenge (verb) = ท้าทาย, โต้แย้ง, คัดค้าน 7. America is called the "Melting Pot" because it represents an infusion of several different world cultures, races, and religions.

  • Infusion (noun) = การผสมผสาน, การรวมเข้าด้วยกัน, การหลอมรวม 8. The semester exam is a comprehensive assessment, testing students on all of their material from September through January.

  • Comprehensive (adj.) = ครอบคลุม, กว้างขวาง, สมบูรณ์ 9. After his best friend lied three times, Chris was dubious of Victor's story.

  • Dubious (adj.) = น่าสงสัย, ไม่แน่ใจ, ไม่น่าเชื่อถือ 10. The pregnancy test results were ambiguous, preventing the woman from telling whether or not she was actually pregnant.

  • Ambiguous (adj.) = กำกวม, คลุมเครือ, ไม่ชัดเจน



 

แบบฝึกหัดคำศัพท์ SAT 5


Directions:  Below, you will see the SAT vocabulary words for this cycle, as well as their parts of speech.  Below these, you will see ten sentences, each with a blank space in it; you must look up their definitions on your own.  Please fill each blank in with one of the words in the box below; each word will only be used once. 

 

 

SAT Word 

Part of Speech 

41. 

Advantageous 

Adj. 

42. 

Augment 

Verb 

43. 

Compulsion 

Noun 

44. 

Dismissal 

Noun 

45. 

Enhance 

Verb 

46. 

Erratic  

Adj. 

47. 

Fickle 

Adj. 

48. 

Irony 

Noun 

49. 

Mandate 

Noun 

50. 

Revere 

Verb 

 

1. Because Billy was so _____________, he could not decide which girl to take to the dance. 

 

2. Brian wanted to _________________ his TV room’s entertainment capabilities by purchasing a surround sound system and a widescreen plasma TV. 

 

3. Davis wanted to ____________ his movie-going experience by buying a huge bag of popcorn and a super-sized soda. 

 

4. Doing extra credit will prove _____________ to one’s grade. 

 

5. While Bobby’s behavior was improving, he couldn’t help the _____________ to act out. 

 

6. The construction worker’s ______________ from his job brought great financial pain to his family. 

 

7. Jose couldn’t help _______________ his social studies teacher, who he saw as a great role model. 

 

8. The principal’s ________________ ordered that all students wear the proper uniform. 

 

9. That Steve Irwin (the Crocodile Hunter) was killed by a stingray barb to the heart was a great _________, given that everyone expected him to die at the jaws of a major predator. 

 

10. The driver’s _____________ driving as he swerved from lane to lane made me very nervous! 


เฉลยโจทย์


Here are the sentences with the appropriate words filled in, along with the Thai meanings for each vocabulary word:


  1. Because Billy was so fickle, he could not decide which girl to take to the dance.

  • Fickle (adj.) = เปลี่ยนใจง่าย, ไม่แน่นอน, หวั่นไหวง่าย 2. Brian wanted to enhance his TV room's entertainment capabilities by purchasing a surround sound system and a widescreen plasma TV.

  • Enhance (verb) = ทำให้ดีขึ้น, ปรับปรุง, เพิ่มพูน 3. Davis wanted to augment his movie-going experience by buying a huge bag of popcorn and a super-sized soda.

  • Augment (verb) = เพิ่ม, ทำให้มากขึ้น, ขยาย 4. Doing extra credit will prove advantageous to one's grade.

  • Advantageous (adj.) = เป็นประโยชน์, ได้เปรียบ, มีประโยชน์ 5. While Bobby's behavior was improving, he couldn't help the compulsion to act out.

  • Compulsion (noun) = แรงกดดัน, แรงบีบบังคับ, ความจำเป็น 6. The construction worker's dismissal from his job brought great financial pain to his family.

  • Dismissal (noun) = การไล่ออก, การปลดออก, การให้ออก 7. Jose couldn't help revering his social studies teacher, who he saw as a great role model.

  • Revere (verb) = เคารพนับถือ, บูชา, ศรัทธา 8. The principal's mandate ordered that all students wear the proper uniform.

  • Mandate (noun) = คำสั่ง, บัญชา, อำนาจที่ได้รับมอบหมาย 9. That Steve Irwin (the Crocodile Hunter) was killed by a stingray barb to the heart was a great irony, given that everyone expected him to die at the jaws of a major predator.

  • Irony (noun) = เหตุการณ์ที่ตรงกันข้าม, สิ่งที่ขัดแย้งกัน, ความเย้ยหยัน 10. The driver's erratic driving as he swerved from lane to lane made me very nervous!

  • Erratic (adj.) = ไม่แน่นอน, ไม่สม่ำเสมอ, ไม่คงที่



 

แบบฝึกหัดคำศัพท์ SAT 6


Directions:  Below, you will see the SAT vocabulary words for this cycle, as well as their parts of speech.  Below these, you will see ten sentences, each with a blank space in it; you must look up their definitions on your own.  Please fill each blank in with one of the words in the box below; each word will only be used once. 

 

 

SAT Word 

Part of Speech 

51. 

Aggressive 

Adj. 

52. 

Agitate 

Verb 

53. 

Confirm 

Verb  

54. 

Confound  

Verb  

55. 

Defensive 

Adj. 

56. 

Discern 

Verb 

57. 

Exasperation 

Noun 

58. 

Rouse 

Verb 

59. 

Squelch 

Verb 

60. 

Substantiate  

Verb 

 

 

1. The child continued to ______________ the mother with her talking, so much so that she gave her child a time-out. 

 

2. The debate about which came first – the chicken or the egg – continues to ____________ philosophers to this day. 

 

3. My mother tried to __________ me from my sleep, but I was up so late last night that I wouldn’t wake up. 

 

4. When pressured to explain why she had been out so late last night, Latoya became ____________ and accused her mother of being nosy. 

 

5. Because he hid his emotions so well, Mike’s friends couldn’t ___________ that he was depressed. 

 

6. Although Brian made a good argument, he could not ________________ his claims due to a lack of facts. 

 

7. The dictator used his personal army to _____________ the rebellion in his country. 

 

8. Although the politician was rumored to support gay rights, he would not ________ this publicly. 

 

9. The company was pushed out of business due to ___________ competition from other companies. 

 

10. Juan’s sense of ______________ was evident from the frustrated expression on his face. 


เฉลยโจทย์


Here are the sentences with the appropriate words filled in, along with the Thai meanings for each vocabulary word:



  1. The child continued to agitate the mother with her talking, so much so that she gave her child a time-out.

  • Agitate (verb) = กระตุ้น, ปลุกปั่น, ก่อกวน 2. The debate about which came first – the chicken or the egg – continues to confound philosophers to this day.

  • Confound (verb) = ทำให้สับสน, ทำให้งุนงง, ทำให้ฉงน 3. My mother tried to rouse me from my sleep, but I was up so late last night that I wouldn't wake up.

  • Rouse (verb) = ปลุก, กระตุ้น, ปลุกเร้า 4. When pressured to explain why she had been out so late last night, Latoya became defensive and accused her mother of being nosy.

  • Defensive (adj.) = ที่ตั้งรับ, ที่ป้องกันตัว, ที่คอยระวังตัว 5. Because he hid his emotions so well, Mike's friends couldn't discern that he was depressed.

  • Discern (verb) = แยกแยะ, จำแนก, สังเกต 6. Although Brian made a good argument, he could not substantiate his claims due to a lack of facts.

  • Substantiate (verb) = พิสูจน์, ยืนยัน, สนับสนุน 7. The dictator used his personal army to squelch the rebellion in his country.

  • Squelch (verb) = ปราบปราม, ระงับ, ขัดขวาง 8. Although the politician was rumored to support gay rights, he would not confirm this publicly.

  • Confirm (verb) = ยืนยัน, รับรอง, ประกาศให้ทราบ 9. The company was pushed out of business due to aggressive competition from other companies.

  • Aggressive (adj.) = ก้าวร้าว, รุนแรง, ดุดัน 10. Juan's sense of exasperation was evident from the frustrated expression on his face.

  • Exasperation (noun) = ความหงุดหงิด, ความรำคาญ, ความโมโห



 

แบบฝึกหัดคำศัพท์ SAT 7


Directions:  Below, you will see the SAT vocabulary words for this cycle, as well as their parts of speech.  Below these, you will see ten sentences, each with a blank space in it; you must look up their definitions on your own.  Please fill each blank in with one of the words in the box below; each word will only be used once. 

 

 

SAT Word 

Part of Speech 

61. 

Extensive 

Adj. 

62. 

Foreshadowed 

Verb 

63. 

Frugal 

Adj. 

64. 

Harangue 

Noun  

65. 

Illegible 

Adj. 

66. 

Inconsequential 

Adj. 

67. 

Induce 

Verb 

68. 

Momentous 

Adj. 

69. 

Surfeit 

Noun 

70. 

Sycophant 

Noun 

 

 

1. Matthew’s graduation was such a _____________ occasion for his family that many members flew in from all over the country. 

 

2. After punching my little brother in his nose, the fact that I didn’t clean my room was _____________. 

 

3. After the woman’s horrific fall that smashed her cheekbone and fractured her skull, the doctors had to  

____________ a coma so they could drain the fluid from her brain without her feeling anything. 

 

4. The amount of damage from the missile was very ______________; miles of buildings, roads, and forest were destroyed.  

 

5. In the play Julius Caesar, the soothsayer ______________ the assassination of Caesar with his prophecies. 

 

6. There was a _____________ of talking in the room; therefore, the teacher held the entire class after school to finish the lesson. 

 

7. John’s _____________ ways prevented him from spending money on the things he most enjoyed. 

 

8. The ______________ spoke so highly of himself during the acceptance speech it made the audience angry. 

 

9. The student’s writing was ____________; I gave him a “0” because I couldn’t read it. 

 

10. After listening to mom’s _____________ about how good a student she was in school, I still refused to act more maturely in class. 


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Here are the sentences with the appropriate words filled in, along with the Thai meanings for each vocabulary word:



  1. Matthew's graduation was such a momentous occasion for his family that many members flew in from all over the country.

  • Momentous (adj.) = สำคัญยิ่ง, สำคัญมาก, มีความหมายมาก 2. After punching my little brother in his nose, the fact that I didn't clean my room was inconsequential.

  • Inconsequential (adj.) = ไม่สำคัญ, ไม่มีความหมาย, เล็กน้อย 3. After the woman's horrific fall that smashed her cheekbone and fractured her skull, the doctors had to induce a coma so they could drain the fluid from her brain without her feeling anything.

  • Induce (verb) = ชักนำ, ชักชวน, ก่อให้เกิด 4. The amount of damage from the missile was very extensive; miles of buildings, roads, and forest were destroyed.

  • Extensive (adj.) = กว้างขวาง, ครอบคลุม, ยืดเยื้อ 5. In the play Julius Caesar, the soothsayer foreshadowed the assassination of Caesar with his prophecies.

  • Foreshadowed (verb) = เป็นลางบอกเหตุ, เป็นสัญญาณเตือนล่วงหน้า 6. There was a surfeit of talking in the room; therefore, the teacher held the entire class after school to finish the lesson.

  • Surfeit (noun) = ความล้นเหลือ, ความมากเกินไป, ภาวะเกินพอดี 7. John's frugal ways prevented him from spending money on the things he most enjoyed.

  • Frugal (adj.) = ประหยัด, มัธยัสถ์, ใช้อย่างคุ้มค่า 8. The sycophant spoke so highly of himself during the acceptance speech it made the audience angry.

  • Sycophant (noun) = ผู้ประจบสอพลอ, ผู้สอพลอเพื่อผลประโยชน์ 9. The student's writing was illegible; I gave him a "0" because I couldn't read it.

  • Illegible (adj.) = อ่านไม่ออก, มองไม่เห็น, ไม่ชัดเจน 10. After listening to mom's harangue about how good a student she was in school, I still refused to act more maturely in class.

  • Harangue (noun) = คำปราศรัยชวนเชื่อ, คำพูดที่รุนแรง, คำพูดที่ต่อว่าด้วยความโกรธ



 

แบบฝึกหัดคำศัพท์ SAT 8


Directions:  Below, you will see the SAT vocabulary words for this cycle, as well as their parts of speech.  Below these, you will see ten sentences, each with a blank space in it; you must look up their definitions on your own.  Please fill each blank in with one of the words in the box below; each word will only be used once. 

 

 

 

SAT Word 

Part of Speech 

71. 

Predictable 

Adj. 

72. 

Pretense 

Noun 

73. 

Prudent 

Adj. 

74. 

Rehash 

Verb 

75. 

Resolute 

Adj. 

76. 

Sophistication 

Noun 

77. 

Suppress 

Verb 

78. 

Tenacious 

Adj. 

79. 

Thwart 

Verb  

80. 

Undermine 

Verb  

 

  1. In the most recent argument between John and his father, the two only managed to ___________________ their same points of view on the same subject without solving anything. 

 

2. After the boys became shipwrecked on the tropical island, only a few were ______________ in their decision to keep the fire burning. 

 

3. The woman’s ability to converse in several languages and about a wide range of current events topics both demonstrated her high level of _________________. 

 

4. Cassius was a _________________ and methodical planner, never leaving anything to chance. 

 

5. Will you use a __________________to convince your parents to give you permission to stay out late, or will you tell them the truth? 

 

6. Stubborn people are ______________ when clinging to their opinions. 

 

7. The SWAT team was brought out in order to ____________ the violence caused by the rioters. 

 

8. The accident was ___________________, if you consider how poor Mike’s driving ability was. 

 

9. By spreading lies about his political rival, the politician hoped to _____________ the rival’s image as a good person. 

 

10. James Bond hoped to _____________ the criminal mastermind’s plan by killing him before he could put it into effect. 


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Here are the sentences with the appropriate words filled in, along with the Thai meanings for each vocabulary word:


  1. In the most recent argument between John and his father, the two only managed to rehash their same points of view on the same subject without solving anything.

  • Rehash (verb) = ย้ำ, พูดซ้ำแล้วซ้ำเล่า, หยิบยกขึ้นมาพูดใหม่ 2. After the boys became shipwrecked on the tropical island, only a few were resolute in their decision to keep the fire burning.

  • Resolute (adj.) = แน่วแน่, มุ่งมั่น, เด็ดเดี่ยว 3. The woman's ability to converse in several languages and about a wide range of current events topics both demonstrated her high level of sophistication.

  • Sophistication (noun) = ความซับซ้อน, ความละเอียดลออ, ความมีรสนิยมสูง 4. Cassius was a prudent and methodical planner, never leaving anything to chance.

  • Prudent (adj.) = รอบคอบ, ระมัดระวัง, มีสติ 5. Will you use a pretense to convince your parents to give you permission to stay out late, or will you tell them the truth?

  • Pretense (noun) = การแสร้งทำ, การทำเป็น, การหลอกลวง 6. Stubborn people are tenacious when clinging to their opinions.

  • Tenacious (adj.) = ยึดมั่น, แน่วแน่, มุ่งมั่น 7. The SWAT team was brought out in order to suppress the violence caused by the rioters.

  • Suppress (verb) = ปราบปราม, ระงับ, ข่ม 8. The accident was predictable, if you consider how poor Mike's driving ability was.

  • Predictable (adj.) = คาดเดาได้, เดาได้, ทำนายได้ 9. By spreading lies about his political rival, the politician hoped to undermine the rival's image as a good person.

  • Undermine (verb) = บ่อนทำลาย, ทำลาย, ทำให้อ่อนแอ 10. James Bond hoped to thwart the criminal mastermind's plan by killing him before he could put it into effect.

  • Thwart (verb) = ขัดขวาง, สกัด, ทำให้ล้มเหลว



 

แบบฝึกหัดคำศัพท์ SAT 9


Directions:  Below, you will see the SAT vocabulary words for this cycle, as well as their parts of speech. Below these, you will see ten sentences, each with a blank space in it; you must look up their definitions on your own. Please fill each blank in with one of the words in the box below; each word will only be used once. 

 

 

SAT Word 

Part of Speech 

81. 

Clandestine 

Adj. 

82. 

Controversial 

Adj.  

83. 

Conviction 

Noun 

84. 

Derivative 

Adj. 

85. 

Dilatory 

Adj. 

86. 

Extant  

Adj.  

87. 

Subvert 

Verb  

88. 

Supple 

Adj.  

89. 

Toady 

Noun 

90. 

Unyielding 

Adj. 

 

  1. Despite the fact that others told him he was crazy, the astronomer Galileo stood by his ____________ that the earth revolved around the Sun. 

 

2. Though the student pleaded with him several times, Mr. Winters was ______________ in his determination to give the student detention. 

 

3. The Russian spy spread lies among the American soldiers in order to ___________ their effectiveness.  

 

4. The _______________ methods of Cassius and the other Conspirators seemed dishonorable to Brutus. 

 

5. The issue of gay marriage is still quite ________________ in the politics of today. 

 

6. The king’s advisor was also his ____________, agreeing with everything the king said and telling the king how wise he was no matter how matter how disastrous the king’s decisions proved. 

 

7. The jacket was so comfortable to wear because of the ___________ leather used in its production. 

 

8. The student’s _____________ nature when it came to completing his homework assignments on time led to his failing the academic quarter. 

 

9. Most Roman culture was actually ____________ of that of the Greeks; the Romans even adopted almost all of the Greeks’ gods while simply changing these gods’ names. 

 

10. While several copies of the document were produced and later lost or destroyed, the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C. maintains an ____________ copy of the U.S. Constitution. 

  

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Here are the sentences with the appropriate words filled in, along with the Thai meanings for each vocabulary word:


  1. Despite the fact that others told him he was crazy, the astronomer Galileo stood by his conviction that the earth revolved around the Sun.

  • Conviction (noun) = ความเชื่อมั่น, ความมั่นใจ, ความยึดมั่น 2. Though the student pleaded with him several times, Mr. Winters was unyielding in his determination to give the student detention.

  • Unyielding (adj.) = ไม่ยอมผ่อนปรน, ไม่ยอมโอนอ่อน, แข็งกร้าว 3. The Russian spy spread lies among the American soldiers in order to subvert their effectiveness.

  • Subvert (verb) = บ่อนทำลาย, ทำให้ล้มเหลว, ทำให้เสื่อมทราม 4. The clandestine methods of Cassius and the other Conspirators seemed dishonorable to Brutus.

  • Clandestine (adj.) = ลับ, ซ่อนเร้น, ปกปิด 5. The issue of gay marriage is still quite controversial in the politics of today.

  • Controversial (adj.) = ที่ถกเถียงกันอยู่, ที่เป็นข้อโต้แย้ง, ที่ก่อให้เกิดความขัดแย้ง 6. The king's advisor was also his toady, agreeing with everything the king said and telling the king how wise he was no matter how matter how disastrous the king's decisions proved.

  • Toady (noun) = ผู้ประจบสอพลอ, ผู้สอพลอเพื่อผลประโยชน์ 7. The jacket was so comfortable to wear because of the supple leather used in its production.

  • Supple (adj.) = อ่อนนุ่ม, ยืดหยุ่น, อ่อนตัว 8. The student's dilatory nature when it came to completing his homework assignments on time led to his failing the academic quarter.

  • Dilatory (adj.) = ล่าช้า, เชื่องช้า, ที่ชอบผลัดวันประกันพรุ่ง 9. Most Roman culture was actually derivative of that of the Greeks; the Romans even adopted almost all of the Greeks' gods while simply changing these gods' names.

  • Derivative (adj.) = ที่ได้มาจาก, ที่ลอกเลียนแบบ, ที่ไม่ใช่ของแท้ 10. While several copies of the document were produced and later lost or destroyed, the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C. maintains an extant copy of the U.S. Constitution.

  • Extant (adj.) = ที่ยังคงอยู่, ที่ยังหลงเหลืออยู่, ที่ยังมีอยู่



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