Special Sub-Topic: Vocabulary: A Real 'Pro'
|What is the meaning of 'probity'?|
|What is 'proclivity'?|
|Which one of these is 'a supervisor or monitor'?|
|Which of these is 'a formal essay or critical discussion serving to introduce and interpret an extended work'?|
|What is 'propinquity'?|
|Which of these is 'a brownish, resinous material of waxy consistency which is collected by bees'?|
|What is the meaning of 'prosaic'?|
all of these (factual, dull, unimaginative, everyday, ordinary).
|Which of these 'Pro' words is a Greek philosopher born in Constantinople?|
Proclus. Procne is a figure in Greek mythology who was turned into a swallow by the gods. Procopius is a Byzantine historian. Procrustes was a giant in Greek mythology who caused trouble for travelers.
|What 'pro' word means 'to habitually put off doing something (usually an unpleasant something)'?|
|What 'pro' word means 'lying or leaning face downward'?|
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