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1 * Imagine that your neighbors have asked you to take care of their cat while they are on vacation. After they return, you find they have left money as your payment, even though you told them it wasnt necessary. In a note to your neighbors, thank them for the money, but explain you enjoy taking care of their cat and dont expect to be paid every time. * 16. Who is the audience of the prompt? * A. parents * B. friends * C. neighbors

2 * 17. Mackenzie was as tired-looking as wilted lettuce. * A. metaphor * B. simile * C. personification

3 * 18. Castles in the Middle Ages had one main ________. They were built for protection. The many people living within a castle worried about war at all times. * A. communal * B. purpose * C. delight

4 * 19.The algae provide camouflage for the sloth in the green treetops. * A. concealment * B. flesh-eating * C. transportation

5 * 20. When the twins were infants, an evil ruler had them placed in a basket and cast into the Tiber River. * A. preposition * B. adverb * C. noun

6 * 21. * A. The children were playing baseball at recess. * B. The children at recess. * Baseball at recess.

7 * 22. This picture shows how humans busted into life because of Glooskaps magic. * A. picture should be pictures * B. busted should be burst * C. this should be those

8 * 23. Which of the following is an analogy? * A. reference to Adam and Eve * B. the repetition of consonant sounds * C. hit is to miss as aware is to oblivious

9 * 24.What type of writing presents facts without revealing the writers feelings and opinions? * A. Subjective writing * B. Objective writing * C. Non-fiction writing

10 * 25. How many syllables are in the word agenda? * A. 2 * B. 3 * C. 4

11 * 26. Joe bought his girlfriend a beautiful diamond ring when he proposed to her. * A. adverb * B. adjective * C. conjunction

12 * 27. Each year, students in Ohio, ____________ in the Akron District Marble Tournament. * A. competition * B. compete * C. celebrate

13 * 28. This time a team of scientists used new tests to examine specimens of the enormous blob. * A. monsters * B. examples * C. tails and fins

14 * 29. Incessant means to continue without interruption. * A. connotation * B. denotation * C. metaphor

15 * 30. Aint yall gonna come over hure and eat soup beans? * A. Tone * B. Mood * C. Dialect

16 * 31. * A. Mom, can we go to the store today? asked Libby. * B. Mom, can we go the store today? asked Libby? * C. Mom, can we go to the store today? asked Libby.

17 * 32. * A. The wind blue threw my hair today. * B. She saw a blew bird at the beach. * C. At the beach, Sally had a blue beach towel and red sandals.

18 * 33. In basketball, one kind of illegal dribbling is when a player stops dribbling and then begins dribbling again. * A. is when * B. occurs when * C. is because

19 * 34. Karens sandwich is more tastier than the one I brought. * A. more tastier then * B. tastier than * C. no change

20 * 35. When Max struck out, the team shouted, Way to go slugger! * A. Verbal irony * B. Situational irony * C. Dramatic irony

21 * 36. When reading her AR book, Tina noticed there was an excessive amount of things happening with the number 7. * A. Allusion * B. Motif * C. Irony

22 * 37. When will you hear ______ your poem has been accepted for publication? * A. weather * B. whether * C. neither A or B

23 * 38. The moon danced across the sky. * A. hyperbole * B. metaphor * C. personification

24 * 39. Other riders always ask about the Ferris wheel dog, but they arent allowed to ride in his compartment. * A. section * B. workplace * C. amusement park

25 * A. falling action * B. rising action * C. theme

26 * 41. In Flowers for Algernon, Charlie is what type of character? * A. static * B. flat * C. dynamic

27 * 42. * A. always * B. too * C. skip

28 * 43. Children dream of the day when they will be grown up. They will no longer have bedtimes, bath-times, curfews, or any other restrictions. They believe that being an experienced adult will truly give them freedom. Then they grow up. They are saddled by bills, responsibilities, sleepiness, and an overwhelming urge for more vacations. Now they long for the days they could roam free all summer without a care in the world. * A.I dont want to grow up. * B. Being an adult isnt easy. * C. The grass isnt always greener on the other side.

29 * 44. Julie went into the big blue house so that she could read her book for class. * A. noun * B. adverb * C. adjective

30 * 45. The farmer planted his crops on a Friday. On Monday night, a huge frost came. Basically all of his crops died. The farmer was sad, but immediately began rebuilding. * A. Man vs.Nature * B. Man vs. Society * C. Man vs. Man

31 * 46. stanza is to poem as chapter is to * A. book * B. paragraph * C. paper

32 * 47. Jerry is lonely, a hard worker, and considerate. When Jerry cares for the narrators dog and spends much of his time at the narrators cabin, we see Jerrys loneliness. When Jerry chops as much wood as a man and he agrees to return the next day to chop wood with a goal in mind, we witness Jerrys strong work ethic. * A. First person point-of-view * B. Third person limited * C. Third person omniscient

33 * 48. Jerry is lonely, a hard worker, and considerate. When Jerry cares for the narrators dog and spends much of his time at the narrators cabin, we see Jerrys loneliness. When Jerry chops as much wood as a man and he agrees to return the next day to chop wood with a goal in mind, we witness Jerrys strong work ethic. * A. flat * B. round * C. Anti-hero

34 * 49. Jayson, a wild 3 year old, loves to give out hugs. He doesnt even mind when people walk past him and ignore him. He simply smiles and holds his arms out to entice them. * A. lure * B. entertain * C. discourage

35 * 50. _________ those children still take piano lessons? * A. Doesnt * B. Dont * C. Is

36 * 51. Eileen _________ several boxes decorated with Amish designs. * A. bought * B. buy * C. buys

37 * 52. 'Christy didn't like to spend money. She was no Scrooge, but she seldom purchased anything except the bare necessities * A. Anecdote * B. Allusion * C. Analogy

38 * 53. Ted was a hard working mechanic from Orlando, Florida. Growing up there his entire life, he was very familiar with the hustle and bustle of the city. * A. exposition * B. climax * C. rising action

39 * 54. Sally said, Where are you going Tom? * Tom replied, I need to run to the store for milk and bread. * Okay, hurry back! Sally replied. * A. Dialogue * B. Analogy * C. Personification

40 * 55. A prose account that is made up rather than true. * A. fiction * B. non fiction * C. folktale

41 * 56. To tell the difference between two characters is to: * A. compare * B. contrast * C. figure out

42 * 57. A (an) ___________ is a guess based on clues. * A. inference * B. result * C. generalization

43 * 58. The movie Apollo 13 was a blockbuster for the summer of 1995. It is an exciting story about space exploration. In the movie, the astronauts get in trouble while they are trying to return to Earth. People in the audience are on the edge of their seats waiting to see what happens. What makes it even more exciting is that it is a true story. * A. The first sentence. * B. The second sentence. * C. The third sentence.


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