1. Nantes had its slave trade reduced to nothing.
|A. protecting||B. profitable|
|C. prohibiting||D. provinces|
2. The historian can only treat religious belief with the respect it deserves.
|A. conversations||B. constraining|
|C. conscientious||D. constructions|
3. The government has a new law.
|A. probables||B. proclaimed|
|C. proposals||D. profiling|
4. The foghorn out its warning.
|A. bombed||B. bowled|
|C. boats||D. boomed|
5. He is in reveries about the future.
|A. inclining||B. instancing|
|C. inheriting||D. indulging|
6. As enemy attacks increased, more and more reinforcements were to the front.
|A. displaced||B. discounted|
|C. dismissed||D. dispatched|
7. Come about 4 o'clock. We'll have cocktails and steaks.
|A. grill||B. grazes|
|C. graded||D. grade|
8. He likes to eat fried in lard.
|A. chins||B. chips|
|C. cheers||D. chests|
9. They cross swords with each other.
|A. vetoes||B. verbal|
|C. versing||D. vented|
10. Several of the patients had received kidney .
|A. transients||B. transiting|
|C. transplant||D. translating|