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Excitable (adj.) (of people or animals) likely to become easily excited: a class of excitable ten-year-olds   Excitability (n)

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136. The use of e-mail has

caused an ….. leap in business

communications throughout

the world.

(A) unacceptable

(B) implacable

(C) inadvertent

(D) unimaginable



Implacable (adj.)

1. (of strong negative opinions

or feelings) that cannot be

changed:

implacable hatred

2. (of a person) unwilling to

stop opposing sb/sth:

an implacable enemy



Inadvertently (adv.) by

accident; without intending to

SYN  unintentionally:

We had inadvertently left

without paying the bill.

Inadvertent (adj.)

Inadvertence (n)



Unimaginable (formal) (adj.)

impossible to think of or to

believe exists; impossible to

imagine:

unimaginable wealth. This level

of success would have been

unimaginable just last year.

OPP  imaginable



137. Because of renovations to

our offices, future social .....

will be held in the company

cafeteria.

(A) events

(B) reunions

(C) councils

(D) invocations



Event (n) a thing that

happens, especially sth

important:

Ex: The election was the main

event of 2004.



Reunion (with sb) | reunion

(between A and B) the act of

people coming together after they

have been apart for some time:

Ex: an emotional reunion between

mother and son. Christmas is a

time of reunion.



Council (n) [C+sing./pl. v.] a

group of people who are

elected to govern an area such

as a city or county:

Ex: a city / county / borough / 

district council. She’s on the

local council.



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