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2 Fifth Grade Achievement Test Review Language Arts

3 Directions Read each section and choose the letter for the correct answer.

4 1. Which answer is written correctly? A.Last night, we heard a loud noise outside. We ran into the back yard. Saw that a tree had fallen. B.Last night, we heard a loud noise outside. We ran into the back yard and saw that a tree had fallen. C.Last night. We heard a loud noise outside. We ran into the back yard. And saw that a tree had fallen. D.Last night we heard a loud noise outside, we ran into the back yard, we saw that a tree had fallen.

5 1. Which answer is written correctly? A.Last night, we heard a loud noise outside. We ran into the back yard. Saw that a tree had fallen. B.Last night, we heard a loud noise outside. We ran into the back yard and saw that a tree had fallen. C.Last night. We heard a loud noise outside. We ran into the back yard. And saw that a tree had fallen. D.Last night we heard a loud noise outside, we ran into the back yard, we saw that a tree had fallen.

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7 2. Choose the sentence that is correctly written and is not a fragment or run-on. A.We have sold forty tickets, to next week's play. B.We have sold. Next week's play. C.We have sold forty tickets; next week's play. D.We have sold forty tickets to next week's play.

8 2. Choose the sentence that is correctly written and is not a fragment or run-on. A.We have sold forty tickets, to next week's play. B.We have sold. Next week's play. C.We have sold forty tickets; next week's play. D.We have sold forty tickets to next week's play.

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10 3. Which answer is written correctly? A.In December. We are flying to Rome for vacation. It should be a wonderful trip. B.In December we are flying to Rome for vacation it should be a wonderful trip. C.In December we are flying, to Rome for vacation, it should be a wonderful trip. D.In December, we are flying to Rome for vacation. It should be a wonderful trip.

11 3. Which answer is written correctly? A.In December. We are flying to Rome for vacation. It should be a wonderful trip. B.In December we are flying to Rome for vacation it should be a wonderful trip. C.In December we are flying, to Rome for vacation, it should be a wonderful trip. D.In December, we are flying to Rome for vacation. It should be a wonderful trip.

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13 4. Choose the sentence which is worded the best. A.Sheila can quickly clean her bedroom. B.Quickly Sheila can clean her bedroom. C.Sheila quickly can clean her bedroom. D.Sheila can clean quickly her bedroom.

14 4. Choose the sentence which is worded the best. A.Sheila can quickly clean her bedroom. B.Quickly Sheila can clean her bedroom. C.Sheila quickly can clean her bedroom. D.Sheila can clean quickly her bedroom.

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16 5. Choose the sentence which is worded the best. A.The dog barks loudly when someone rings the doorbell. B.Loudly the dog barks when someone rings the doorbell. C.The loudly dog barks when someone rings the doorbell. D.The dog barks when loudly someone rings the doorbell.

17 5. Choose the sentence which is worded the best. A.The dog barks loudly when someone rings the doorbell. B.Loudly the dog barks when someone rings the doorbell. C.The loudly dog barks when someone rings the doorbell. D.The dog barks when loudly someone rings the doorbell.

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19 6. Choose the sentence which is worded the best. A.Cold and refreshing juice drinks have become very popular. B.Juice drinks have become very popular, cold and refreshing. C.Juice drinks have become, cold and refreshing, very popular. D.Juice drinks, cold and refreshing, have become very popular.

20 6. Choose the sentence which is worded the best. A.Cold and refreshing juice drinks have become very popular. B.Juice drinks have become very popular, cold and refreshing. C.Juice drinks have become, cold and refreshing, very popular. D.Juice drinks, cold and refreshing, have become very popular.

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22 7. Choose the word that best completes the sentence. That ________________ trunk is very long. A.elephant's B.elephants' C.elephants's D.elephant

23 7. Choose the word that best completes the sentence. That ________________ trunk is very long. A.elephant's B.elephants' C.elephants's D.elephant

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25 8. Choose the word that best completes the sentence. That is __________________ house. A.Mrs. Wilsons B.Mrs. Wilson's C.Mrs.'s Wilsons D.Mrs's Wilson's

26 8. Choose the word that best completes the sentence. That is __________________ house. A.Mrs. Wilsons B.Mrs. Wilson's C.Mrs.'s Wilsons D.Mrs's Wilson's

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28 9. Choose the word that best completes the sentence. Those _______________ patients were very pleased with the report. A.doctors B.doctor's C.doctors's D.doctors'

29 9. Choose the word that best completes the sentence. Those _______________ patients were very pleased with the report. A.doctors B.doctor's C.doctors's D.doctors'

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31 10. Which of the following is written correctly? A.Each student needs his or her to find own desk. B.Each student, his or her, needs to find a desk. C.Each student needs his or her own desk to find. D.Each student needs to find his or her own desk.

32 10. Which of the following is written correctly? A.Each student needs his or her to find own desk. B.Each student, his or her, needs to find a desk. C.Each student needs his or her own desk to find. D.Each student needs to find his or her own desk.

33 11. Which of the following is written correctly? A.George came early and weren't we ready. B.George came early and ready we weren't. C.George came early and we weren't ready. D.George came early and weren't ready, we.

34 11. Which of the following is written correctly? A.George came early and weren't we ready. B.George came early and ready we weren't. C.George came early and we weren't ready. D.George came early and weren't ready, we.

35 12. Which of the following would best complete the sentence? Will you please find Amy's books and return to her? A.it B.they C.them D.her

36 12. Which of the following would best complete the sentence? Will you please find Amy's books and return to her? A.it B.they C.them D.her

37 13. Choose the answer that correctly combines the following underlined sentences. Is the weather warm? Do I need a sweater? A.Is the weather warm enough for a sweater? B.Warm is not weather and so I need a sweater. C.The sweater is for when the weather is not warm. D.Is the weather warm, or do I need a sweater?

38 13. Choose the answer that correctly combines the following underlined sentences. Is the weather warm? Do I need a sweater? A.Is the weather warm enough for a sweater? B.Warm is not weather and so I need a sweater. C.The sweater is for when the weather is not warm. D.Is the weather warm, or do I need a sweater?

39 14. Choose the answer that correctly combines the following underlined sentences. Margo plays the flute. Margo plays the guitar. Margo plays the banjo. A.The flute, and guitar, and banjo are played by Margo. B.Margo plays the flute and guitar and banjo. C.Margo plays the flute, guitar, and banjo. D.These instruments are played by Margo.

40 14. Choose the answer that correctly combines the following underlined sentences. Margo plays the flute. Margo plays the guitar. Margo plays the banjo. A.The flute, and guitar, and banjo are played by Margo. B.Margo plays the flute and guitar and banjo. C.Margo plays the flute, guitar, and banjo. D.These instruments are played by Margo.

41 15. Choose the answer that correctly combines the following underlined sentences. Linus made the cookies. Linus did not make the cake. A.Linus made the cookies, but he did not make the cake. B.The cookies were made by Linus, not the cake. C.The cake and cookies were made by Linus. D.Linus made the cookies.

42 15. Choose the answer that correctly combines the following underlined sentences. Linus made the cookies. Linus did not make the cake. A.Linus made the cookies, but he did not make the cake. B.The cookies were made by Linus, not the cake. C.The cake and cookies were made by Linus. D.Linus made the cookies.

43 16. Choose the correct order of the following sentences. 1. After breakfast we were all ready for a hike. 2. He woke us up at four o'clock in the morning. 3. When we arrived at the campsite we cooked breakfast around a campfire. 4. My father took us all on a surprise camping trip last weekend. 5. We piled into the truck and drove for three hours. A B C D

44 16. Choose the correct order of the following sentences. 1. After breakfast we were all ready for a hike. 2. He woke us up at four o'clock in the morning. 3. When we arrived at the campsite we cooked breakfast around a campfire. 4. My father took us all on a surprise camping trip last weekend. 5. We piled into the truck and drove for three hours. A B C D

45 17. Choose the correct order of the following sentences. 1. She went to Fisherman's Wharf early on Monday. 2. Lindsey flew to San Francisco for her vacation. 3. Her friend took her to dinner in Chinatown on Monday night. 4. She took a boat to Alcatraz on Tuesday. 5. She checked into her hotel late on Sunday. A B C D

46 17. Choose the correct order of the following sentences. 1. She went to Fisherman's Wharf early on Monday. 2. Lindsey flew to San Francisco for her vacation. 3. Her friend took her to dinner in Chinatown on Monday night. 4. She took a boat to Alcatraz on Tuesday. 5. She checked into her hotel late on Sunday. A B C D

47 18. Choose the correct order for the following sentences. 1. These falls are an amazing natural wonder. 2. Niagara Falls is a popular tourist attraction. 3. These natural wonders are located on a national border. 4. Many people cross the border to admire the beauty of Niagara Falls. 5. Those who cross the border often agree that the Canadian falls are even more beautiful. A B C D

48 18. Choose the correct order for the following sentences. 1. These falls are an amazing natural wonder. 2. Niagara Falls is a popular tourist attraction. 3. These natural wonders are located on a national border. 4. Many people cross the border to admire the beauty of Niagara Falls. 5. Those who cross the border often agree that the Canadian falls are even more beautiful. A B C D

49 19. Choose the answer that best develops the underlined topic sentence. Mikel and Celine are the stars of the school play. A.Plays are very entertaining. B.They practice their roles every day after school. C.In some plays the actors sing. D.River Middle School is located in a small town.

50 19. Choose the answer that best develops the underlined topic sentence. Mikel and Celine are the stars of the school play. A.Plays are very entertaining. B.They practice their roles every day after school. C.In some plays the actors sing. D.River Middle School is located in a small town.

51 20. Choose the answer that best develops the underlined topic sentence. Kelly Henderson received a citizenship award for her recycling efforts. A.Recycling is a very important activity. B.Glass, paper, and aluminum are easy to recycle. C.Recycling saves natural resources. D.Kelly founded a valuable neighborhood recycling program.

52 20. Choose the answer that best develops the underlined topic sentence. Kelly Henderson received a citizenship award for her recycling efforts. A.Recycling is a very important activity. B.Glass, paper, and aluminum are easy to recycle. C.Recycling saves natural resources. D.Kelly founded a valuable neighborhood recycling program.

53 21. Choose the best topic sentence for the paragraph. ________________________________ ____________________________ Many people attended the auction. The school asked parents to donate items to be auctioned off. The auction earned a lot of money for the charity. A.Auctions are great. B.Auctions sell things at cheap prices. C.The school works with parents. D.The school hosted a charity auction.

54 21. Choose the best topic sentence for the paragraph. ________________________________ ____________________________ Many people attended the auction. The school asked parents to donate items to be auctioned off. The auction earned a lot of money for the charity. A.Auctions are great. B.Auctions sell things at cheap prices. C.The school works with parents. D.The school hosted a charity auction.

55 22. Choose the word that best completes the sentence. Samantha really wanted to go to the concert. she remembered she had too much homework to do. A.As B.First C.Then D.Next

56 22. Choose the word that best completes the sentence. Samantha really wanted to go to the concert. she remembered she had too much homework to do. A.As B.First C.Then D.Next

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58 23. Choose the word that best completes the sentence. Tina was surprised when she heard a knock on the door. she remembered Vanessa was coming over for dinner. A.As B.Then C.Because D.So

59 23. Choose the word that best completes the sentence. Tina was surprised when she heard a knock on the door. she remembered Vanessa was coming over for dinner. A.As B.Then C.Because D.So

60 24. Choose the word that best completes the sentence. Leroy and Daniela decided to go for a hike., they took off their boots and relaxed by the fire. A.Initially B.Thirdly C.Afterward D.Lastly

61 24. Choose the word that best completes the sentence. Leroy and Daniela decided to go for a hike., they took off their boots and relaxed by the fire. A.Initially B.Thirdly C.Afterward D.Lastly

62 25. Which part of the sentence contains an error? Both Nalu and Alani, / two great friends, / really wants to win the contest, / but hate competing / against each other. A.two great friends, B.Both Nalu and Alani, C.against each other. D.really wants to win the contest,

63 25. Which part of the sentence contains an error? Both Nalu and Alani, / two great friends, / really wants to win the contest, / but hate competing / against each other. A.two great friends, B.Both Nalu and Alani, C.against each other. D.really wants to win the contest,

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65 26. Which of the following sentences does not contain a mistake? A.This here truck is broken. B.This truck is broken. C.That there truck is broken. D.That truck be broken.

66 26. Which of the following sentences does not contain a mistake? A.This here truck is broken. B.This truck is broken. C.That there truck is broken. D.That truck be broken.

67 27. What is the best way to rewrite this sentence? Kirk shouldn't barely have to try he's that good at math. A.Kirk shouldn't hardly have to try he's that good at math. B.Kirk should barely have to try he's that good at math. C.Kirk shouldn't barely have to try he's that incredibly gifted at math. D.Kirk shouldn't barely been having to try he's that good at math.

68 27. What is the best way to rewrite this sentence? Kirk shouldn't barely have to try he's that good at math. A.Kirk shouldn't hardly have to try he's that good at math. B.Kirk should barely have to try he's that good at math. C.Kirk shouldn't barely have to try he's that incredibly gifted at math. D.Kirk shouldn't barely been having to try he's that good at math.

69 28. Choose the best sentence. A.Me and Lucy played with those puppies. B.Lucy and I done played with those puppies. C.Lucy and I played with those puppies. D.Lucy and I played with them puppies.

70 28. Choose the best sentence. A.Me and Lucy played with those puppies. B.Lucy and I done played with those puppies. C.Lucy and I played with those puppies. D.Lucy and I played with them puppies.

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72 29. Choose the best sentence. A.The rain come pouring down yesterday. B.The rain came pouring down yesterday. C.The rain comes pouring down yesterday. D.The rain poured coming down yesterday.

73 29. Choose the best sentence. A.The rain come pouring down yesterday. B.The rain came pouring down yesterday. C.The rain comes pouring down yesterday. D.The rain poured coming down yesterday.

74 30. Choose the best sentence. A.Feeling a sense of regret, the boy tell his mom about the broke vase. B.Feels a sense of regret, the boy told his mom about the broken vase. C.Feeling a sense of regret, the boy telling his mom about the broken vase. D.Feeling a sense of regret, the boy told his mom about the broken vase.

75 30. Choose the best sentence. A.Feeling a sense of regret, the boy tell his mom about the broke vase. B.Feels a sense of regret, the boy told his mom about the broken vase. C.Feeling a sense of regret, the boy telling his mom about the broken vase. D.Feeling a sense of regret, the boy told his mom about the broken vase.

76 31. Choose the answer that shows the best capitalization and punctuation for the underlined part of the sentence. Lindsey asked, "What time are we leaving A.leaving?" B.,leaving. C.leaving." D.Leaving!"

77 31. Choose the answer that shows the best capitalization and punctuation for the underlined part of the sentence. Lindsey asked, "What time are we leaving A.leaving?" B.,leaving. C.leaving." D.Leaving!"

78 32. Choose the sentence with punctuation errors. A.The waitress asked, "Would you like anything else?" B.Bobby asked for eggs and toast for breakfast. C.Henry took a long nap but he was still tired. D.Mrs. Todd calmed the excited, noisy children.

79 32. Choose the sentence with punctuation errors. A.The waitress asked, "Would you like anything else?" B.Bobby asked for eggs and toast for breakfast. C.Henry took a long nap but he was still tired. D.Mrs. Todd calmed the excited, noisy children.

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81 33. Choose the answer that shows the best capitalization and punctuation for the underlined part of the sentence. John will you drive me to the store? A.John. will B.John Will C.John, will D.John will

82 33. Choose the answer that shows the best capitalization and punctuation for the underlined part of the sentence. John will you drive me to the store? A.John. will B.John Will C.John, will D.John will

83 34. Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A.The accusations: I suppose are false. B.The accusations - I suppose, are false. C.The accusations: I suppose, are false. D.The accusations, I suppose, are false.

84 34. Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A.The accusations: I suppose are false. B.The accusations - I suppose, are false. C.The accusations: I suppose, are false. D.The accusations, I suppose, are false.

85 35. Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A.Among the books were the following items, a pen, a pencil, a pad of paper, and folder. B.Among the books were the following items: a pen, a pencil, a pad of paper, and a folder. C.Among the books were the following items; a pen, pencil, a pad of paper, and a folder. D.Among the books were the following items - a pen, pencil, a pad of paper, and a folder.

86 35. Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A.Among the books were the following items, a pen, a pencil, a pad of paper, and folder. B.Among the books were the following items: a pen, a pencil, a pad of paper, and a folder. C.Among the books were the following items; a pen, pencil, a pad of paper, and a folder. D.Among the books were the following items - a pen, pencil, a pad of paper, and a folder.

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88 36. How can the error in this sentence be fixed? I need you to donate the following tape, scissors, construction paper, and glitter. A.Add a comma after the word "construction." B.Remove the word "tape." C.Add a colon after the word "following." D.Remove the word "glitter."

89 36. How can the error in this sentence be fixed? I need you to donate the following tape, scissors, construction paper, and glitter. A.Add a comma after the word "construction." B.Remove the word "tape." C.Add a colon after the word "following." D.Remove the word "glitter."


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