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Slow down : Hold up

Defer : Accelerate

Postpone : promote

Adjourn : Start

Castigate : Praise

Obstinate : Accommodating

Impulsive : Deliberate

Irresolute : Indecisive

Restrain : Indulge

Affirm : Object

theoretically

naively

diligently

confidently

secretly

not to be bored

to bored

to not be boring

to boredom

to feel boring

must have dropped

must drop

must be dropped

must be drop

must have drop

amn't I

am not I

am I not

ain't I aren't I

aren't I

Rich

Solvent

Haves

Efficient

Poverty stricken

are finished

is finish

has been finished

have been finished

has been finished

as quickly than

as quickly as

quciker as

as quick as

as more quickly as

the lesser of

the less of

the lesser than

lesser than

less

unless

however

despite

although

yet

to stole

to have stolen

to be stolen

to have been stolen

to have stole

would be hurt

had been hurt

will be being hurt

would have been hurt

will be hurt

Question 27, 28, 29 and 30 are based on the following reading.

Athens and Sparta were the two advanced Greek cities of the world Hellenic period (1750-338 B.C.). Both had a city-state type, of government, and both took slaves from the people they, conquered. However, the differences outweigh the similarities in these two ancient civilizations. Sparta was holistic, warlike; (constantly fighting in the neighboring cities), and military, while' Athens catered more towards the democratic and cultural way of life. The latter city 'ell its mark in the fields of art, literature,: philosophy, and science, while the former passed on its totalitarianism and superior military traditions. The presen0 system of a well-rounded education followed in the United States is based on the ancient Athenian idea. The Spartan .system, on the _other hand, was concerned only with military education

well rounded education

military might

salary

phliosophy

totalitarianism

both cities had city sate types of government

both cities took slaves

both were Greek cities

both cities developed a well rounded education

both cities were advanced but in different areas

totalitarianism

well rounded education

art

phliosophy

salary

Athens and Sparta were friendly with his mother

Athens was attached by other working nation

Athens never fought other nations

the cultural aspects of Athens culture made a great impression on the word

Sparta was not warlike and militarily

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