ACT Vocab Quiz | ACT Form F07 (A)



A. “I had a great time at the party!” Mary exclaimed. Tom smiled and replied, “_______”.
B. The teacher commended Sarah for her hard work, and the rest of the students felt _______.

a) likewise
b) otherwise
c) truly
d) coincidentally

A. The manager implemented various strategies to _______ cost savings within the company.
B. The new system was designed to ________ faster and more accurate data processing.

a) burn
b) exclaim
c) feel
d) effectuate

A. The construction crew ________ the uneven ground before laying the foundation for the building.
B. She used an iron to _______ the wrinkles in her dress, making it appear neat and smooth.

a) effectuate
b) flatten
c) enter
d) flatter

A. The company decided to _______ new technology to stay competitive in the market.
B. Despite the initial challenges, she chose to _______ change and explore new opportunities.

a) streak
b) collide
c) embrace
d) reduce

A. The team was under pressure to _______ up with a solution to the problem before the deadline.
B. They had to _______ up with a marketing strategy to launch the new product successfully.

a) put
b) come
c) keep
d) catch

A. The excessive use of special effects in the movie _______ (e)s from the compelling storyline.
B. The typos and grammatical errors in the report _______ from its professionalism and credibility.

a) detract
b) distinguish
c) drive
d) derive

A. The _______ rain caused flooding in many areas, leading to widespread damage.
B. The _______ noise from the construction site made it difficult to concentrate on work.

a) intermittent
b) sporadic
c) scattered
d) unceasing

A. The dark clouds and strong winds created a _______ atmosphere before the storm arrived.
B. The aggressive dog growled and bared its teeth, displaying a ________ posture.

a) compatible
b) obsolete
c) versatile
d) menacing

A. The advertisement aimed to change the public’s _______ of the brand and highlight its positive attributes.
B. People’s ________ of beauty can vary greatly across different cultures and societies.

a) perception
b) whim
c) vagary
d) caprice

A. After a long day, taking a warm bath with lavender-scented oils provided a _________ experience.
B. The soft music playing in the background created a ________ ambiance in the spa.

a) soothing
b) aggressive
c) severe
d) rigorous

A. The politician’s speech was filled with _______ statements that offered no real solutions or insights.
B. The movie received negative reviews for its _________ plot and shallow character development.

a) brisk
b) vacuous
c) delicate
d) elaborate

A. Despite his success, he remained _______ and never forgot his roots.
B. She accepted the award with a _______ speech, acknowledging the contributions of others.

a) humble
b) tedious
c) copious
d) haughty

A. Don’t worry about the small error you made; it’s _______ and won’t affect the overall outcome.
B. The professor dismissed the student’s _______ question, as it did not contribute to the topic at hand.

a) trivial
b) severity
c) conceit
d) coincidence

A. As I was browsing through a bookstore, I _______ came across a book recommended by a friend.
B. The teacher commended Sarah for her hard work, and the rest of the students felt _______.

a) coincidentally
b) deliberately
c) truly
d) intentionally

A. The speaker _______ the wisdom of ancient philosophers to illustrate her point.
B. The lawyer _______ a legal precedent to support his argument in court.

a) entail
b) qualify
c) perceive
d) invoke






1. “Likewise” is used as a response to someone’s statement or action, indicating that the same thing applies to oneself or that one feels the same way.

2. “Effectuate” means to bring about, accomplish, or make something happen.

3. “Flatten” refers to the act of making something flat or reducing its height or thickness.

4. “Embrace” refers to the act of accepting, holding, or hugging someone or something, either literally or metaphorically.

5. “Come up with” is a phrase that means to produce or create something, typically an idea or a solution to a problem.

6. “To detract from” means to diminish the value, quality, or importance of something.

7. “Unceasing” means continuous or uninterrupted, without stopping or relenting.

8. “Menacing” refers to something that appears threatening, dangerous, or likely to cause harm.

9. “Perception” refers to the way in which something is understood, interpreted, or perceived by an individual or a group.

10. “Soothing” refers to something that brings a sense of comfort, calmness, or relief.

11. “Vacuous” describes something or someone lacking intelligence, substance, or meaning.

12. “Humble” refers to a modest or unassuming attitude or behavior.

13. “Trivial” refers to something that is of little importance, significance, or complexity.

14. “Coincidentally” is used to describe something that happens by chance or unexpectedly at the same time as something else

15. “To invoke” means to call upon or appeal to someone or something for assistance, support, or inspiration.