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Once the sun had set, the room grew too _____ for reading. a) solar systemsolar system b) temperaturestemperatures c) telescopetelescope d) dim dim
Well, You are Correct dim – adjective – having or giving little light; not bright
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Heather studied her spelling words, so she ______ got a perfect score on her quiz. a) dimdim b) solar systemsolar system c) easilyeasily d) probablyprobably
Well, You are Correct easily – adverb – without problems or difficulties
The mountains were _______ away than the river. a) easilyeasily b) temperaturestemperatures c) farther farther d) telescopetelescope
Well, You are Correct farther – adjective – at a greater distance than something else
The book I needed for my science project was at the library’s ______ branch. a) telescope telescope b) mainmain c) probablyprobably d) solar systemsolar system
Well, You are Correct main – adjective – most important
Ms. Fine will ________ come back to work next Wednesday. a) probablyprobably b) dimdim c) solar systemsolar system d) easilyeasily
Well, You are Correct probably – adverb – most likely to happen or be true
Jupiter is the largest planet in our __________. a) solar systemsolar system b) dim dim c) easilyeasily d) temperaturestemperatures
Well, You are Correct solar system – noun – the sun and all the planets, satellites, celestial bodies and comets that circle around
Lucia used her new _______ to get a closer look at the craters on the moon. a) temperaturestemperatures b) fartherfarther c) telescopetelescope d) mainmain
Well, You are Correct telescope – noun – a tool that makes faraway objects look larger and closer
The __________ on the sun are very high. a) dim dim b) easilyeasily c) temperaturestemperatures d) fartherfarther
Well, You are Correct temperatures – plural noun – the degree of how hot or cold things are, as measured by a thermometer
SOLAR SYSTEM. DIM dim ( dim ) adjective Having or giving little light, not bright Once the sun had set, it was too dim to play outside.
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