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race

[(1)torun;(2)totakepartinacompetitiontodecidewhoorwhatcanmove

fastest;(3)totakepartinacampaignforpoliticaloffice;(4)oneofthe

majorgroupsthathumanscanbedividedintobecauseofacommonphysical

similarity,suchasskincolor]

Thecatanddogracedthroughthehouse.(1)

Areyouracingintheonehundredmeterevent?(2)

Hermotherenteredtheraceformayor.(3)

AllracesofpeopleareequalunderthelawsoftheUnitedStates.(4)

radar

[adevicethatusesradiosignalstolearnthepositionorspeedofobjects

thatmaybetoofarawaytobeseen]

Radarcanshowifastormismovingtowardus.

radiation

[(1)wavesofenergyfromsomethingthatproducesheatorlight;(2)energy

fromanuclearsubstance,whichcanbedangerous]

Radiationfromthesuncanburnourskin.(1)

Radiationfromanuclearexplosioncankill.(2)

radio

[thesystemofsendingandreceivingsignalsorsoundsthroughtheairwithout

wires]

DoyoulistentoVOASpecialEnglishontheradio?

raid

[(1)tomakeasuddenattack;(2)asuddenattack]

Policeraidedanumberofhouseswhereillegaldrugsweresold.(1)

Thirty-eightpeoplewerearrestedinthedrugraid.(2)

railroad

[(1)aroadfortrains;(2)acompanythatoperatessucharoadandits

stationsandequipment]

Thegovernmenthasmadeawalkingtrailwheretherailroadwas.(1)

RailroadsintheUnitedStatesmostlycarryproductsinsteadofpassengers.(2)

rain

[waterfallingfromthesky]

Rainhasfallenforthreedays.

raise

[(1)toliftup;(2)tomovetoahigherposition;(3)tocausetogrow;(4)to

increase]

Risingfloodwatersraisedthehouseandcarrieditaway.(1)

Thebridgeraisessoshipscanpassunderit.(2)

Thefarmerraisesmostlycornandsoybeans.(3)

Congressraisedtaxes.(4)

rare

[(1)notcommon;(2)notusual;(3)notoften]

Hehasraremusicalabilityforaboysoyoung.(1)

Awarmdayisrarethistimeofyear.(2)

Itisrareformetogetsomanytelephonecalls.(3)

rate

[(1)speed;(2)ameasureofhowquicklyorhowoftensomethinghappens;(3)

thepriceofanythingorservicethatisboughtorsold]

Theoldmanreadsataslowrate.(1)

Whatisthepatient’sheartrate?(2)

Theinterestrateonhomeloanshasincreased.(3)

reach

[(1)toputahandtoward;(2)toarriveat;(3)tocometo]

Shereachedouttotakemyhand.(1)

Hereachedhomeaboutsixo’clock.(2)

Wewillreachadecisionsoon.(3)

react

[toactasaresultoforinanswerto]

Howdidshereacttothenews?

read

[tolookatandunderstandthemeaningofwrittenwordsornumbers]

Shereadsfournewspaperseverymorning.

ready

[(1)prepared;(2)completed;(3)organized;(4)willing]

Theyarereadytostartthegame.(1)

Yourfoodorderisready.(2)

ThenewCongressisreadytobeginitswork.(3)

Whoisreadytoeataninsect?(4)

real

[(1)true;(2)trulyexisting;(3)notfalse]

Therealreasonhecameherewastoseeyou.(1)

Heneverbelievedinghostsuntilhesawarealone.(2)

Thatisarealdiamond,notacopy.(3)

realistic

[inagreementwiththewaythingsare]

Heputarealisticpriceonhishouseandsolditveryquickly.

reason

[(1)thecauseforabelieforact;(2)purpose;(3)somethingthatexplains]

Shedidnotbelievehisreasonforleaving.(1)

ThereasonhestudiesEnglishistogetabetterjob.(2)

WarmerwaterintheeasternPacificOceanisthereasonforunusualweatherin

theAmericas.(3)

reasonable

[(1)readytolistentoreasonsorideas;(2)notextreme;(3)readyorwilling

tocompromise]

Theheadofourofficeisareasonablewoman.(1)

Theytoldhimtocomehomeatareasonablehour.(2)

Theyreachedagreementbecausetheywerereasonable.(3)

rebel

[(1)toactagainstagovernmentorpower,oftenwithforce;(2)torefuseto

obey;(3)onewhoopposesorfightsagainstthegovernmentofhisorher

country]

Thepeoplerebelledagainstthegovernment.(1)

MybodyrebelswhenIexercisetoomuch.(2)

Rebelsfoughttooverthrowthegovernment.(3)

receive

[togetoracceptsomethinggiven,offeredorsent]

Ireceivedyourlettertoday.

recent

[ashorttimeago]

Thesearerecentpicturesofmyfamily.

recession

[atemporaryreductionineconomicactivity,whenindustriesproducelessand

manyworkerslosetheirjobs]

Willabigtaxcutpreventarecession?

recognize

[(1)toknoworremembersomethingorsomeonethatwasknown,knownaboutor

seenbefore;(2)toacceptanothernationasindependentandestablish

diplomatictieswithitsgovernment]

Herecognizedhisfriendofmanyyearsago.(1)

Mostnationsrecognizedthenewlyindependentcountry.

record

[(1)towritesomethinginordertohaveitforfutureuse;(2)toputsoundor

picturesinaformthatcanbekeptandheardorseenagain;(3)awritingthat

showsprooforfactsaboutsomething]

Herecordseachdaywhathisteachersexpecthimtostudyathome.(1)

VOASpecialEnglishfeatureprogramsarerecordedbeforetheyarebroadcast.

(2)

Apublicrecordiskeptofallhomesalesinthiscounty.(3)

recover

[(1)togetagainsomethingthatwaslost,stolenortakenaway;(2)toreturn

tonormalhealthornormalconditions]

Thepolicerecoveredthestolenmoney.(1)

Sheisexpectedtorecoverfromtheoperation.(2)

red

[havingthecolorlikethatofblood]

Thoseredflowersareroses.

reduce

[(1)tomakelessorsmallerinnumber,sizeoramount;(2)tocut]

Shereducedherpicturesoitwouldfitinherpassport.(1)

Congressvotedtoreducetaxes.(2)

reform

[(1)tomakebetterbychanging;(2)toimprove;(3)achangetoabetter

condition]

TheCongressreformedthewaycandidatespayforpoliticalcampaigns.(1)

Hereformedhislifebyendingalluseoftobaccoandalcohol.(2)

Thevotersapprovedreformsthatwillreduceairandwaterpollution.(3)

refugee

[apersonwhohasbeenforcedtofleebecauseofunjusttreatment,dangeror

war]

HisfamilycametotheUnitedStatesasrefugees.

refuse

[(1)toreject;(2)tonotaccept,giveordosomething]

Sherefusedhisapology.(1)

HerefusedtofightintheVietnamWar.(2)

regret

[afeelingofsadnessorsorrowaboutsomethingthatisdoneorthathappens]

ThePresidentexpressedregretthatsomanyliveswerelost.

reject

[torefusetoaccept,useorbelieve]

ColonelTravisrejectedtheGeneral’sdemand.

relations

[(1)understandingsortiesbetweennations;(2)membersofthesamefamily;

(3)peopleconnectedbymarriageorfamilyties]

TheUnitedStatesdoesnothavediplomaticrelationswithCuba.(1)

MostofhisrelationsliveinCalifornia.(2)

Heseeshiswife’srelationsalmosteveryweek.(3)

release

[(1)tofree;(2)topermittogo;(3)topermittobeknownormadepublic]

Theterroristsreleasedtheirhostages.(1)

Thechildreleasedhisballoon.(2)

ThespokesmanreleaseddetailsofthePresident’strip.(3)

religion

[abeliefin,orthehonoringof,agodorgods]

TheConstitutionsaystheUnitedStatescannotestablishanofficialreligion.

remain

[(1)tostayinaplaceafterothersleave;(2)tostaythesame]

Sheremainedinthetownaftermostofherfriendsleft.(1)

Hehasremainedmyfriendforalmost50years.(2)

remains

[adeadbody]

Thesoldier’sremainswereburiedintheNationalCemetery.

remember

[(1)tothinkaboutthepast;(2)oppositeforget]

Istillrememberstoriesthatmygrandfathertoldme.(1)

Shetoldhimtoremembertocallwhenhegothome.(2)

remove

[(1)totakeawayortakeoff;(2)toputanendto;(3)totakeoutofa

positionoroffice]

Sheremovedhershoesassoonasshesatdown.(1)

Doctorsremovedhisgallbladder.(2)

Thedishonestjudgewasremovedfromoffice.(3)

repair

[workdonetofixsomething]

Hiscarisbeingrepaired.

repeat

[tosayordoagain]

Pleaserepeatwhatyousaid.

report

[(1)totellabout;(2)togivetheresultsofastudyorinvestigation;(3)

thestoryaboutanevent;(4)theresultsofastudyorinvestigation;(5)a

statementinwhichthefactsmaynotbeconfirmed]

ShereportedaboutherholidayinEurope.(1)

Thescientistreportedtheresultsofhisexperiment.(2)

Didyoureadthenewspaperreportabouttheaccident?(3)

Thedirectorsaidhewaspleasedwithourbudgetreport.(4)

Areportsaid260peoplewerekilled.(5)

represent

[(1)toactintheplaceofsomeoneelse;(2)tosubstitutefor;(3)toserve

asanexample]

Sherepresentsthepeoplewhocouldnotbehere.(1)

Onthismap,Xrepresentswherethetreasureisburied.(2)

Thisstatuerepresentstheskillsoftheancientartists.(3)

repress

[tocontrolortorestrictfreedomsbyforce]

Herepressedhispeople.

request

[(1)toaskfor;(2)theactofaskingfor]

Sherequestedaglassofwater.(1)

Nooneheardherrequestforhelp.(2)

require

[toneedordemandasnecessary]

Thisjobrequirescomputerskills.

rescue

[tofreefromdangerorevil]

Herescuedalittleboyfloatinginthesea.

research

[acarefulstudytodiscovercorrectinformation]

Hemadethediscoveryaftermanyyearsofresearch.

resign

[toleaveaposition,joboroffice]

ThePresidenthasresigned.

resist

[(1)tooppose;(2)tofighttoprevent]

Heresistsalldemandsfornewelections.(1)

Thebabyresistedsleepforseveralhours.(2)

resolution

[anofficialstatementofagreementbyagroupofpeople,usuallyreachedby

voting]

TheUnitedNationsSecurityCouncilapprovedajointcease-fireresolution.

resource

[anythingofvaluethatcanbeusedorsold]

Ourcoalsuppliesareagreatenergyresource.

responsible

[(1)havingadutyorjobtodo;(2)beingthecauseof]

Heisresponsibleforpreparingthereport.(1)

Theywereresponsiblefortheaccident.(2)

rest

[(1)tosit,liedownorsleeptoregainstrength;(2)thatwhichremains;(3)

theothers]

Youshouldrestafteryourlongwalk.(1)

Wouldanyoneliketherestofmydinner?(2)

Hespoketotherestofthem.(3)

restrain

[(1)tokeepcontrolled;(2)tolimitactionbyapersonorgroup]

Herestrainedhisanger.(1)

Policerestrainedtheprotestors.(2)

restrict

[(1)tolimit;(2)topreventfromincreasingorbecominglarger]

Thegovernmentrestrictedtravel.(1)

Thedevicerestrictsthecar’sspeed.(2)

result

[(1)tohappenfromacause;(2)thatwhichfollowsorisproducedbyacause;

(3)effect]

Theaccidentresultedfromthethickfog.(1)

Thetestresultsshowedshewaspregnant.(2)

Asaresultofthestorm,noonecouldgettowork.(3)

retire

[toleaveajoborpositionbecauseoneisoldorinpoorhealth]

Heretiredatage55andtraveledfortherestofhislife.

return

[(1)togoorcomeback;(2)tobring,give,takeorsendback]

Shereturnedhomeyesterday.(1)

Ireturnedthebooktothelibrarylastweek.(2)

revolt

[(1)toprotestviolently;(2)tofightforachange,especiallyofgovernment]

Demonstratorswillrevoltifpolicetrytoarrestthem.(1)

Protestersrevoltedandseizedseveralgovernmentbuildings.(2)

rice

[afoodgrain]

Riceisamajorfoodinmuchoftheworld.

rich

[(1)havingmuchmoneyorgoods;(2)havingplentyofsomething]

Herbrotherbecamearichman.(1)

OilmadeKuwaitarichcountry.(2)

ride

[(1)tositonorinandbecarriedalong;(2)totravelbyanimal,wheeled

vehicle,airplaneorboat]

SheandIridehorseseveryweekend.(1)

Iridethesubwaytowork.(2)

right

[whatapersonlegallyandmorallyshouldbeabletodoorhave;(2)agreeing

withthefacts;(3)good;(4)correct;(5)oppositewrong;(6)onthesidethat

istowardtheeastwhenoneisfacingnorth;(7)oppositeleft]

Itistheirrighttovote.(1)

Yougavetherightanswer.(2)

Heistherightkindofpersonforthejob.(3)

Shealwaysseemstodotherightthing.(4)

Shesaidshewasrightandhewaswrong.(5)

Ourfarmisontherightsideoftheriver.(6)

Turnright,notleft,atthesecondstreet.(7)

riot

[(1)toactwithmanyothersinaviolentwayinapublicplace;(2)aviolent

actionbyalargegroupofpeople]

Prisonersriotedandstartedfiresinsidetheprison.(1)

Theriotspreadfromthefootballgametothestreets.(2)

rise

[(1)togoup;(2)togohigher;(3)toincrease;(4)togofromapositionof

sittingorlyingtoapositionofstanding]

Themoonwillrisesoonafterthesungoesdown.(1)

Theriverisrisingandspreadingout.(2)

Thetemperaturerisesasthesungetshigher.(3)

Herosetohisfeetasshewalkedintotheroom.(4)

risk

[thechanceofloss,damageorinjury]

Heneverconsideredtheriskofabrokenheart.

river

[alargeamountofwaterthatflowsacrosslandintoanotherriver,alakeor

anocean]

NativeAmericanscalledthebigriver"theFatherofWaters."

road

[alongpieceofhardgroundbuiltbetweentwoplacessopeoplecanwalk,drive

orrideeasilyfromoneplacetotheother]

Theroadwasstraightuntilitreachedthemountains.

rob

[(1)totakemoneyorpropertysecretlyorbyforce;(2)tosteal]

Someonerobbedhistelevision.(1)

Thetwomenrobbedherasshewalkedhomefromwork.(2)

rock

[ahardpieceofmineralmatter]

Hethrewarockacrosstheriver.

rocket

[adeviceshapedlikeatubethatmovesthroughairorspacebyburninggases

andlettingthemescapefromthebackorbottom,sometimesusedasaweapon]

Thehugerocketlaunchedthreemenonaflighttothemoon.

roll

[(1)toturnoverandover;(2)tomovelikeaball]

Thechildrenrolleddownthehill.(1)

Sherolledhereyesathisjoke.(2)

room

[aseparateareawithinabuildingwithitsownwalls]

Theboyspenthoursplayinginhisroom.

root

[thepartofaplantthatisunderthegroundandtakesnutrientsfromthe

soil]

Therootsbroughtfoodtothebigtreeandhelditfirmlyintheground.

rope

[along,thickpieceofmaterialmadefromthinnerpiecesofmaterial,usedfor

tying]

Theboytiedtheendoftheropearoundthetree.

rough

[(1)notflatorsmooth;(2)havinganunevensurface;(3)violent;(4)not

madewell]

Theroughfloorwasmadeofwood,splitbyhand.(1)

Wefoundroughgroundatthetopofthemountain.(2)

Thestrongwindmadearoughsea.(3)

Theroughwallofstonesdidnotstandstraight.(4)

round

[havingtheshapeofaballorcircle]

Thestoneplatewasperfectlyround.

rub

[tomovesomethingoverthesurfaceofanotherthing]

Theboyrubbedhishandoverthecat’sback.

rubber

[asubstancemadefromtheliquidoftreeswiththesamename,orasimilar

substancemadefromchemicals]

Theballwasmadeofrubber.

ruin

[(1)todamageseverely;(2)todestroy]

Therainruinedthebookheleftoutside.(1)

Timeruinedtheoldbuilding,leavingonlyfallenwalls.(2)

rule

[(1)togovernorcontrol;(2)todecide;(3)astatementoranorderthatsays

howsomethingmustbedone]

OnepartyruledtheSenate;theotherruledtheHouseofRepresentatives.(1)

FiveofnineSupremeCourtjudgesruledthattheRepublicanshouldbe

President.(2)

Theruleswerenotclearonhowtocountthevotes.(3)

run

[tomovequicklybystepsfasterthanthoseusedforwalking]

Pleasewalk,donotrun,tothenearestdoor.

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