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Words:
ABSTAIN
AFFILIATE
AGNOSTIC
ASPIRE
BENEVOLENT
DEFICIT
DISSENT
DIVERSION
LUCRATIVE
MANDATORY
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While Jeanne and Paul are generally a happily married couple, they do struggle over one point of(1)__________. They disagree as to how their family should observe religious holidays.
"The emphasis on presents", says Jeanne, "has made the season (2)_________ for all those mercenary retailers who overcharge at holiday time. Also, people who should be watching their expenses create unnecessary (3)________s in their budgets by squandering money on unimportant gifts". She complains that exchanging presents at Christmas is practically (4)_________, whether or not one believes in the holiday's religious significance. Jeanne (5)________s to keep her home free of all such nonreligious customs and thus wants her children to(6)__________ from traditions such as gift-giving and dyeing Easter eggs. She feels the family's money would be better spent if it were donated to a (7)______ organization for helping the poor. Some of Jeanne's neighbors assume that she is a(n) (8)__________ because of her lack of holiday spirit. They are wrong, however. Jeanne believes deeply in God and is (9)___________(e)d with a church.
While Paul understands Jeanne's concerns, he prefers the conventional way of celebrating holidays. "Children enjoy the customary (10)______s that are connected with the holidays," he says. "What would Christmas be without a visit to Santa and gifts under the tree? What would Easter be without colorful eggs and an Easter egg hunt? These are pleasant practices that enhance the joy of the season."
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My choices:
1)Dissent
2)Diversion
3)Deficit
4)Mandatory
5)Aspire
6)Abstain
7)Benevolent
8)Agnostic
9)Affiliate
10)Lucrative

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  1. 1)Dissent - yes
    2)Diversion - no
    3)Deficit - yes
    4)Mandatory - yes
    5)Aspire - yes
    6)Abstain - yes
    7)Benevolent - yes
    8)Agnostic - yes
    9)Affiliate - yes
    10)Lucrative - no

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  2. 2)Lucrative
    10)Diversion

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