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2/15/2020 Module 8 Exercise 3: Attempt reviewhttps://learn.illinois.edu/mod/quiz/review.php?attempt=14562570&cmid=4235709 1/2Dashboard/My courses/ CLCV 100 ON1 SP20 /Unit 4 / Module 8 Exercise 3Question 1Complete1.00 points outof 1.00Question 2Complete1.00 points outof 1.00Question 3Complete1.00 points outof 1.00Question 4Complete1.00 points outof 1.00Question 5Complete1.00 points outof 1.00Question 6Complete1.00 points outof 1.00Started onSaturday, February 15, 2020, 915 PMStateFinishedCompleted onSaturday, February 15, 2020, 920 PMTime taken4 mins 52 secsGrade10.00 out of 10.00 (100%)Replace the underlined word or phrase with a synonym from the vocabulary you learned in Lesson 9.The murder of the tyrant was punishable by death in ancient Greece.Answer: tyrannicideReplace the underlined word or phrase with a synonym from the vocabulary you learned in Lesson 9.As a leader he was a deceiver, leading people astray through false promises and big words.Answer: demagogueReplace the underlined word or phrase with a synonym from the vocabulary you learned in Lesson 9.New York City can be described truly as a big city, with many options for its citizens.Answer: megalopolisReplace the underlined word or phrase with a synonym from the vocabulary you learned in Lesson 9.The government of the small island looked more like a rule of the few than a real democracy.Answer: oligarchyReplace the underlined word or phrase with a synonym from the vocabulary you learned in Lesson 9.The body of citizens participating in a countryʼs elections is crucial for the safeguarding of democracy.Answer: civicReplace the underlined word or phrase with a synonym from the vocabulary you learned in Lesson 9.Last nightʼs act of attack against the state representative is inexcusable.Answer: aggression2/15/2020 Module 8 Exercise 3: Attempt reviewhttps://learn.illinois.edu/mod/quiz/review.php?attempt=14562570&cmid=4235709 2/2Question 7Complete1.00 points outof 1.00Question 8Complete1.00 points outof 1.00Question 9Complete1.00 points outof 1.00Question 10Complete1.00 points outof 1.00Replace the underlined word or phrase with a synonym from the vocabulary you learned in Lesson 9.She endeared herself to a wide circle of scholars outside her country by her unfailing sense of refinement andgenerosity.Answer: urbanityReplace the underlined word or phrase with a synonym from the vocabulary you learned in Lesson 9.His false oath is clear from other witnesses, but the evidence was accepted.Answer: perjuryReplace the underlined word or phrase with a synonym from the vocabulary you learned in Lesson 9.His mood turned increasingly war-like as the conversation continued, and it became clear that he had no ready-madesolutions to offer.Answer: belligerentReplace the underlined word or phrase with a synonym from the vocabulary you learned in Lesson 9.This proved to be the last pitched battle of the war, the Danes never again venturing to attack their once moreunconquerable enemy in the open field.Answer:


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