Choose the best adjective out of the two given in each question below:
1. Sammi didn’t have time to finish the whole exam, so some of her answers were incomplete/deficient.
2. My father’s new car is really rapid/fast.
3. The weather forecast wasn’t very accurate/truthful, because they said it would rain and it’s been fine all day.
4. The noticeable dearth of goal-scoring opportunities means that these are annoying/worrying times indeed for Danby United.
5. My little brother is so greedy/eager. He’s just finished his fourth banana!
6. We gave a donation to the charity, partly because the children on their poster looked so precious/vulnerable.
7. When we got married my husband promised that he would always be dependable/faithful to me.
8. I like the new cushions on your sofa, they’re lovely/lovable.
9. I believe if you want something in life badly enough you should be powerful/persistent and never give up until you’ve reached your goal.
10. This isn’t the finished version of my essay. I always write a rough/clean draft first.
11. Some critics haven’t enjoyed Spielberg’s later films, such as The Terminal and AI, finding them a little too sentimental/extreme.
12. James proposed to Maria at Gina’s party on Saturday. He got down on one knee and everything! It certainly made for a spectacular/memorable evening.
13. When I told my boss that I needed two weeks off to visit my sick grandmother in Mexico, she wasn’t very sympathetic/acceptable. Probably because she knows I don’t have any relatives in Mexico.
14. Jenna doesn’t like her curly/floppy hair, but she’s too lazy to straighten it.
15. “Jas, that skirt is horrendous! No one will ever find you remotely pleasant/attractive if you go outside wearing that!” counselled Jas’s best friend, Mandy.
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