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deirious means:
A. tense B. obnoxious C. out of senses D. sleepy

misconception means:
A. information B. dislike C. a false idea D. a trick

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    I'll be glad to check your answers.

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    I think delirious means B. obnoxious but then choice C. and D. is like the same thing too.

    And for misconception I think it's choice D?

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    Wrong. Please check a dictionary for these definitions.

    For the first one, B, C, and D are totally different.

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    Ok, delirious means B and misconception is C . I hope I'm right this time.

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    You're half right.

    Delirious means out of senses. A person with a high fever or a severe injury may be delirious. Their words don't make much sense.

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    Thanks!!

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    You're welcome.

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