VCR Lesson 7 Presentation
Fill the Blank with the Appropriate Word from Lesson 7
To make repeated and insistent demands or requests
im=in (L.) - in
Other Parts of Speech
- importunate (adj.)
- importunity (N.)
Exercises from Book
Exercise 7D: Inquisitors traveled from place to place to (7) importune the accused to prove their innocence, confess their guilt, or recant.
Choose the Letter in which the Sentence uses the Term Incorrectly
B) The importune employee was forced to multitask, reducing his efficiency.
C) The importunity of the beggar alienated pedestrians from that area.
D) Hampered with importunate requests, the legislator opted for a checklist to go through each one consecutively.