Splitting Long Lists

SPLITTING UP LONG LISTS IS HELPFUL!
To help special needs students, a long list can be broken into two parts.
The following example is a test requiring the matching of words with their definitions.


Match each word in LIST #1 with a definition. There are extra definitions !!!  Be careful.

LIST #1.

___BENEFIT A.   TO THINK ABOUT SOMETHING A SECOND TIME

___PATRIOT

B.   TO STAND FORTH, TO STICK OUT FROM

___COMPLETE

C.   ONE WHO LOVES HIS COUNTRY

___PROJECT

D.   TO GIVE SUGGESTIONS, TO SUPPORT

___RECONSIDER

E.   TO SPEAK, TO MAKE A SOUND

___RECOMMEND

F.   TO INITIATE SOMETHING, TO START

___DISMAY

G.   TO CAUSE FEAR OR WORRY FOR SOMEONE

H.   TO FINISH, TO LEAVE NOTHING UNDONE

I.   TO BRING HELP TO, TO IMPROVE A SITUATION



Now do the matching in LIST #2.

LIST #2.


___REMARK

J.   TO BE THE LOWEST IN RANK

___EASE

K.   TO HAVE ENOUGH

___REPRESENT

L.   TO BE WITHOUT, NOT TO HAVE ENOUGH

___HAIL

M.   TO HELP SMOOTH THINGS ALONG

___SUFFICIENT

N.   TO CALL OUT, TO SALUTE

___LACK

O.   TO STAND FOR SOMEONE OR SOMETHING

___UTTER

P.   TO HAVE OBTAINED CONTROL, TO EXCEL AT

___MASTER

Q.   TO HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY,
         TO MAKE A COMMENT

R.   TO SPEAK, TO SAY WORDS

S.   TO HAVE NO MISSING PARTS, TO BE FINISHED