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While I was walking in the alley, …………………………………*
Which phrase will make this fragment a complete sentence?CorrectIncorrect
The two main parts of a sentence are… *CorrectIncorrect
Which word in the sentence below is the direct object?*
The flood caused heavy damage to the couple’s new basement floor.CorrectIncorrect
Allen has …………… homework than Amy, but Kathy has the ………….. homework of all three. *CorrectIncorrect
Yesterday, Jason and Ellen …………….to school together. *
Choose the best correct verb.CorrectIncorrect
Alice and Frank were very hard workers, and they had lived on the same property for many years. They had four children, Beth, France, Peter and Paul. Every morning, the entire family would wake up with the sunrise and the roosters. Alice would start breakfast, Frank and the boys would clean the stalls and feed the livestock and Beth and Frances milked the cows. After all the chores were finished, they would all come back to the house for a nice, warm breakfast, compliments of Alice.*
1. What is the setting of this passage?CorrectIncorrect
“It goes back to a winter afternoon after I’d hunted the woods all day for a sign of our lost pet. I remember the way my mother looked up as I came into the kitchen. Without my speaking, she knew what had happened. For six hours I had walked, reading signs, looking for a delicate print in the damp soil or even a hair that might have told of a red fox passing that way – but I had found nothing.”*
2. How long had the narrator walked?CorrectIncorrect
Which fact supports the opinion that living in the city is fun?CorrectIncorrect
It was an awful sound. I was pushed forward in my seat and felt the straps pulling me back. I looked around and saw that our car was off the road, and we were crunched up against a telephone pole. There was no possible way to avoid the accident, but I knew that our seat belts had saved our lives. My dad was sitting in the driver’s seat, trying to take off his seat belt so he could check to see if I was okay. I will always wear my seat belt, and I hope everyone else does, too.*
What does the author want you to care about?CorrectIncorrect
Garfield is a comic strip featuring the cat Garfield, the pet dog Odie, and their socially inept owner Jon Arbuckle. The main character is Garfield, who is a lazy, overweight, orange cat. Some animals eat grass and some eat meat. He considers himself to be more intelligent than humans or dogs. He was named Garfield after his grandfather. He hates Mondays and loves lasagna apparently.*
Which sentence is not relevant to the topic of the paragraph and should be deleted?CorrectIncorrect
Choose the correct answer.
How is 8 × 10² written as a whole number?CorrectIncorrect
There is 384 students signed up for summer camp. The students will be divided into 24 equal groups. How many students will be in each group?CorrectIncorrect
A blue ribbon is 38.4 centimeters long. A green ribbon is 38.19 centimeters long. Which ribbon is shorter?CorrectIncorrect
Find the value of the expression.
123.4 + 520.06CorrectIncorrect
Neil used mental math to find the quotient 1.89 ÷ 100. What is the quotient?CorrectIncorrect
Find the value of the expression*
a- 28 ÷ 1,000 =CorrectIncorrect
b- 40 ÷ 10 =CorrectIncorrect
c- 2.04 x 100 =CorrectIncorrect
Write an equivalent fraction for ½CorrectIncorrect
Martin has 5 inches of yarn to use in a craft project. How many ¼ inch pieces can he make from the yarn?CorrectIncorrect
Use the coordinate gridCorrectIncorrect
Mr. Waters walk from the bakery to the museum. How far does he walk?CorrectIncorrect
Maria built this figure