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1 This is it. Your final review for ELA. Are you up for the challenge? May 2011

2 Which is the BEST example of alliteration? A. The slimy snake slithered slowly sideways. B. The snake was very slow and fat. C. The frog jumped forward and landed upside-down. D. The big bear has soft fur that was long and shaggy.

3 A

4 2.Mr. John is as wise as an owl. This is an example of… A. simile B. metaphor C. hyperbole D. personification

5 A

6 3.The thief was caught red handed. This is an example of… A.simile B.Metaphor C.Hyperbole D.Onomatopoeia

7 B

8 4.I will die if she asks me to sing in front of everyone. This is an example of… A.Simile B.Onomatopoeia C. Hyperbole D. personification

9 C

10 5.Careless cars cutting off other cars is careless confusion. This is an example of… A.Simile B.Metaphor C.Alliteration D.Personification

11 C

12 6.Which type of figurative language compares two objects using “like” or “as”? A.Hyperbole B. metaphor C. Personification D. Simile

13 D.

14 7.Its going to take me a zillion years to get through medial school! This is an example of… A.Hyperbole B.Simile C.Metaphor D.Alliteration

15 A

16 8.The cow says moo all day long. This is an example of… A.Simile B.Metaphor C.Onomatopoeia D.Hyperbole

17 C.

18 9. Paul and Melika always have a date on Friday. Paul picks up Melika at 7:00 p.m., and they go to at 7:30 p.m. movie. This Friday, Paul has to work overtime and is running late. When he gets out of the shower, it is already 7:00 p.m. What probably happens next?Paul and Melika always have a date on Friday. Paul picks up Melika at 7:00 p.m., and they go to at 7:30 p.m. movie. This Friday, Paul has to work overtime and is running late. When he gets out of the shower, it is already 7:00 p.m. What probably happens next? A. Paul calls Melika and tells her he will be a little late. B. Paul decides to call off the date and stays home. C. Melika is angry that Paul is late and cancels the date. D. Paul reads his and then leaves to pick up Melika.

19 A

20 10. Bobby could barely keep his eyes open. He didn't take a nap during the afternoon. What do you predict Bobby will do next?Bobby could barely keep his eyes open. He didn't take a nap during the afternoon. What do you predict Bobby will do next? A.drink some milk B.go to sleep C.watch TV D.eat dinner

21 B.

22 11.Catie and Katie had the same name. It sounded the same when anyone said it. But one Catie started with the letter "C" and the other with the letter "K." How could they know who was being called? They decided that "Catie" would stay the same and "Katie" would shorten her name to "Kate" to avoid confusion.Catie and Katie had the same name. It sounded the same when anyone said it. But one Catie started with the letter "C" and the other with the letter "K." How could they know who was being called? They decided that "Catie" would stay the same and "Katie" would shorten her name to "Kate" to avoid confusion. A. Catie didn't want to change her name to "Cate." B. Catie and Katie solved the problem of having similar names. C. "Catie" looked prettier in print than "Katie." D. Catie and Katie thought it was fun to have the same-sounding name.

23 B.

24 12.Brandon is in the fourth grade. He loves to play games. His favorite game is basketball. When Brandon goes outside he plays basketball with his friends.Brandon is in the fourth grade. He loves to play games. His favorite game is basketball. When Brandon goes outside he plays basketball with his friends. A. Brandon is in the fourth grade B. Brandon loves to play games C. Brandon plays outside D. Brandon's favorite game is basketball

25 D.

26 13. What does the term "main idea" mean?What does the term "main idea" mean? A.Where a story takes place B.Who the story is about C. What the story is mostly about D. How to make something

27 C

28 14. Someday we will all have robots that will be our personal servants. They will look and behave much like real humans. We will be able to talk to these mechanical helpers and they will be able to respond in kind! Amazingly, the robots of the future will be able to learn from experience. They will be smart, strong, and untiring workers whose only goal will be to make our lives eaier. What is this selection mainly about?Someday we will all have robots that will be our personal servants. They will look and behave much like real humans. We will be able to talk to these mechanical helpers and they will be able to respond in kind! Amazingly, the robots of the future will be able to learn from experience. They will be smart, strong, and untiring workers whose only goal will be to make our lives eaier. What is this selection mainly about? A.Someday we will have robots that will be our personal servants. B. We will be able to talk to robots and they will be able to respond. C. Robots will look and behave much like real humans. D. Amazingly, the robots of the future will be able to learn from experience.

29 A

30 15. These are the best shoes in the world! If you wear these shoes you will jump higher, run faster, and score more points in a ballgame than anyone. Get a pair today! They are refreshing! Get your pair of SkyHigh Flyers TODAY! Why did the author write this article?These are the best shoes in the world! If you wear these shoes you will jump higher, run faster, and score more points in a ballgame than anyone. Get a pair today! They are refreshing! Get your pair of SkyHigh Flyers TODAY! Why did the author write this article? A. entertain B. persuade C. inform D. confuse

31 B

32 Need a break from the test questions??? Try some supporting detail practice online! /ela4/a/supportingdetalp.cfm

33 16. Rabbit thought Turtle was slow. So he challenged Turtle to a race. But, Rabbit was so confident that he would win the race he decided to take a nap. Turtle knew he could win the race if he just kept on going. Turtle did just that and he WON! What is the author's purpose for writing this passage?Rabbit thought Turtle was slow. So he challenged Turtle to a race. But, Rabbit was so confident that he would win the race he decided to take a nap. Turtle knew he could win the race if he just kept on going. Turtle did just that and he WON! What is the author's purpose for writing this passage? A. entertain B. persuade C. inform D. confuse

34 A

35 17. What part of a book would you use to locate the title of each chapter and the page number where it chapter begins?What part of a book would you use to locate the title of each chapter and the page number where it chapter begins? A. title page B. table of contents C. glossary D. index

36 B

37 18. The is where a story takes place.The is where a story takes place. A. plot B. conclusion C. setting D. product

38 C

39 19. What does the prefix "re" mean in the word reread?What does the prefix "re" mean in the word reread? A. up B. down C. again D. stop

40 C

41 20. When you, you are deciding what might happen in the future.When you, you are deciding what might happen in the future. A. infer B. inquire C. predict D. compare

42 C

43 21.What is the phrase, "I have butterflies in my stomach" an example of?What is the phrase, "I have butterflies in my stomach" an example of? A. Metaphor B. Idiom C. Simile D. A Noun

44 B

45 22. Choose the sentence that is written correctly.Choose the sentence that is written correctly. A. Our school is in Moselle, Mississippi. B. Our school is in, Moselle, Mississippi. C. Our school is in Moselle Mississippi. D. Our school is in, Moselle Mississippi.

46 A

47 22. Choose the sentence that is written correctly.Choose the sentence that is written correctly. A. The last day of school is May B. The last day of school is, May 25, C. The last day of school is May 25, D. The last day of school is May,

48 C

49 23. Lisa carefully examined the bug sitting on the leaf. She noticed that it had six legs and a hard shell. Lisa had never seen a bug like this before. She grabbed her magnifying glass and camera. What do you know about Lisa?Lisa carefully examined the bug sitting on the leaf. She noticed that it had six legs and a hard shell. Lisa had never seen a bug like this before. She grabbed her magnifying glass and camera. What do you know about Lisa? A. She is helpful. B. She is afraid of bugs. C. She is very curious. D. She likes to play soccer.

50 C

51 24. If a student got 100% on their work, what could you infer?If a student got 100% on their work, what could you infer? A. They listened and studied. B. They didn't come to school that day. C. They didn't listen in class. D. They copied off of their neighbor.

52 A

53 25.John is a better basketball player than his brother Peter. We can infer that.John is a better basketball player than his brother Peter. We can infer that. A. John does not like to play basketball. B. Peter gets better scores. C. John gets better scores. D. Peter likes to play basketball.

54 C

55 Relevant or Irrelevant…That is the question. /ela4/h/relevantp.cfm

56 Need a break? Let’s play a game! web/match/term/matchgeneric2.as p?filename=jwildesequence


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