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Unit Test #1 Review
Punctuate this sentence using quotation marks Did you hear about the game tonight? asked Sally. “Did you hear about the game tonight?” asked Joe.
Correctly punctuate this sentence. The asphalt is very hot and you will burn your feet. The asphalt is very hot, and you will burn your feet.
Correctly punctuate this sentence. The classroom is filled with books desks and posters. The classroom is filled with books, desks, and posters.
Does this sentence need apostrophes? Add them where needed. He cant go to the zoo because he is sick. He can’t go to the zoo because he is sick.
Write this sentence correctly: Some kids are going to math but others are going to English. Some kids are going to math, but others are going to English.
Correct this sentence: Upon entering the classroom the students gasped in surprise. Upon entering the classroom, the students gasped in surprise.
Correct the capitalization in this sentence: The declaration of independence was an important document in our country’s history. The Declaration of Independence was an important document in our country’s history.
Correct this sentence: In history, we will study the revolutionary war. In history, we will study the Revolutionary War.
Correctly write this sentence: My grandma likes to knit stockings. Correct! My grandma likes to knit stockings.
Correct this sentence: Next summer, dad is going to build a fence. Next summer, Dad is going to build a fence.
The Life of Harriet Tubman by: George Burnett biography
A story that explains a mystery in the universe is a: Myth
My Life in the Spotlight by: Britney Spears autobiography
A story that tells about a hero’s struggle and is based on real events Legend
Writing that tells about a story about the author: personal narrative or expository writing Personal narrative
Humorous story about events and characters that are exaggerated. Tall Tale
What is it called when words have the same sound at the beginning? alliteration
The woman accepted/excepted the offer to go on a date. Accepted
I like every flavor accept/except vanilla. except
I don’t like going to there/their/they’re house for Halloween. Their
Their/They’re/There all going to Interurban to celebrate his birthday! They’re
The ballerina's movement spoke to me. Personification
Her blonde hair was sunshine to me. metaphor
The only candy in the machine was by Nestle. They have a mono____ on Cheyenne vending! monopoly
School gets out at 3:00 post_______. Postmeridian
What is a prefix? A syllable at the beginning of a word that changes its meaning.
I find it much easier to sleep in class when the teacher has a _________ voice. Monotone