Quiz Sheets in the Vocabulary and Spelling Category

Vocabulary word lists and spelling lists

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  • skinny class test (7 words)
    Example: what type of skinny is tall and extremely skinny, and has inverted cheekbones: [m] skinny wolfhard, what is the lowest and worst ranking?: [m] phattie, fill in the blank: and that's on _____________: [m] periodt, when did skinny language start?: [m] october 2018
  • Spelling Quiz (5 words)
    Nov 8, 2019
    Example: If you break the law, you will have to _____ the price!: [m] pay, If you ___ too long, you will miss the bus.: [m] wait, Superman is strong enough to stop a ____ in its tracks with his bare hands!: [m] train, At night the sky looks like the color ____.: [m] black
  • Social Studies Quiz (7 words)
    Geography and the Early Settlement of Egypt, Kush, and Canaan
    Example: the shape and elevation of surface features, such as mountains or deserts, of a place or region: topography, the plants of a place or region: vegetation, the longest river in the world, flowing through eastern Africa to a delta in northeastern Egypt: Nile River, a nation in Northeast Africa, first settled around 3100 B.C.E.: Kush
  • Vocab Quiz Lesson 1 (3 words)
    Example: symbols: [m] & % @ # are examples of this word, represent: [m] to stand for someone for something, content: [m] information in a book or movie; items in a briefcase
  • Vocabulary Test #1 (7 words)
    Example: The time and place in which a narrative occurs : Setting , A struggle between opposing forces : Conflict , A character struggles with her own needs desires or emotions : Internal conflict, A character struggles with outside forces beyond his or her control : External Conflict
  • SAT Vocabulary, Groups 1 & 2 (7 words)
    Example: amphi: both ways, anthro: man, ast: star, auto: self
    Created by tmforsman
  • SAT Vocabulary, Groups 1 & 2 (7 words)
    Example: amphi: both ways, anthro: man, ast: star, auto: self
    Created by tmforsman
  • Vocabulary Test #1 (7 words)
    Example: To separate something into parts and study how the parts are related : analyze, To put things in order: sequence , effect/ a relationship in which an action or event will produce or cause a certain response or effect: cause, Words or phrases that connect ideas details or events in writing : Transitions
  • Vocabulary Test #1 (7 words)
    Example: To separate something into parts and study how the parts are related : analyze, To put things in order: sequence , effect/ a relationship in which an action or event will produce or cause a certain response or effect: cause, Words or phrases that connect ideas details or events in writing : Transitions
  • Vocabulary Test #1 (7 words)
    Example: To separate something into parts and study how the parts are related : analyze, To put things in order: sequence , effect/ a relationship in which an action or event will produce or cause a certain response or effect: cause, Words or phrases that connect ideas details or events in writing : Transitions
  • Do you know what __________ means? (5 words)
    vocabulary
    Example: a matter of growth in nature, to change: metamorphosis, very big: monstrosity, tired: weary, Piano, Flute, and xylophone are all what: instruments
  • Greek and Latin Roots Quiz (7 words)
    scrib, script
    Example: What did you do well if the teacher says you used terrific adjectives to help readers picture the characters in a story?: [m] describe, What can you find at the end of a letter to a friend?: [m] postscript, People do this to books so the can be read in a different language.: [m] transcribe, What do you call a person who writes things down for others?: [m] scribe
    Created by acorbin5
  • Mr. Morrows writing class Vocabulary part 2 (6 words)
    Vocabulary Words uno!
    Example: canvas top and rubber soled shoes.: [m] sneakers, People who play a sport or are active. : [m] athletic, A country in South America: [m] Brazil, Gooey, sticky, substance found in tree bark. : [m] sap
  • Mr. Morrows writing class Vocabulary part 2 (5 words)
    Vocabulary Words uno!
    Example: canvas top and rubber soled shoes.: [m] sneakers, People who play a sport or are active. : [m] athletic, A country in South America: [m] Brazil, Gooey, sticky, substance found in tree bark. : [m] sap
  • Unit 3.1 Vocabulary Words (7 words)
    Example: causing great wonder: [m] amazing, something that moves or stops a body: [m] force, to find the size of something: [m] measure, how heavy something is: [m] weight
  • Unit 3.1 Vocabulary Words (7 words)
    Example: causing great wonder: amazing, something that moves or stops a body: force, to find the size of something: measure, how heavy something is: weight
  • Miss Peregrine's characters (7 words)
    Example: Jacob: can see Hallowgast, Abe Portman: can see Hallowgast, Emma: produces fire in her hands, Miss Peregrine: becomes a bird
  • Vocab Test (7 words)
    Example: Inimical: Hostile, not friendly, Ubiquitous: Being present everywhere at once, Rescind: Cancel officially, Semblance: Outward appearance that is deliberately misleading
  • Mrs. Noor Omr (7 words)
    Good luck to:
    Example: The desert was very----------: to immitate or make fun of------------------------------------------, Emily drowned by the large------------------: baseless and without any foundation--------------------------------------------, The victim-----------------the bully: not able to be understood---------------------------------------, I wanted to hide from the------------------------------: to use or manage---------------------------------------
  • Mrs. Noor Omr (7 words)
    Good luck to:
    Example: The desert was very----------: , Emily drowned by the large------------------: , The victim-----------------the bully: , I wanted to hide from the------------------------------:
  • Mrs. Noor Omr (7 words)
    Good luck to:
    Example: The desert was very----------: , Emily drowned by the large------------------: , The victim-----------------the bully: , I wanted to hide from the------------------------------:
  • Vocabulary week 9-12 (7 words)
    Robin Hood
    Example: To behave in a festive manner: cavorted, Recklessly brave and bold adventures: audacious escapades, As if enjoyed through the experiences of others: vicariously, Poor: impoverished
  • Vocab Quiz -Lesson 12 (6 words)
    Example: An event that comes after another is called.....: subsequently, What do you use to learn and understand?: intelligence, A type of talent a person has when they are the only one..: uniquely, What is guilty or not guilty in court called?: plea
  • Vocab Quiz -Lesson 12 (7 words)
    Example: What is an attack of questions?: onslaught, What is a person called that changes religions?: convert, To think about a problem in an orderly way is called...: logically, What is the outside border of an area called?: margins
  • Outsiders Quiz (7 words)
    Example: Fuzz: Police, Heater: Gun, Broad: Girl, Rank: Lame
  • Pronoun Identification (4 words)
    Example: I have just returned from a visit to my landlord - the solitary neighbour that I shall be troubled with. This is certainly a beautiful country! In all England, I do not believe that I could have fixed on a situation so completely removed from the stir of: I, us, themselves, him
  • CRJ 308: Advanced Criminological Theories Quiz (10 words)
    Name ___________________________________________
    Example: At what age does the age-crime curve peak?: [m] 17, What scholar(s) argued that children who manifest conduct problems during childhood are the same ones who manifest delinquency during their teens?: [m] Gottfredson and Hirschi, Moffitt's Life Course Persistent/Adolescence Limited Theory argues that offending is marked by: [m] Continuity or change, What does LCP stand for? : [m] Life Course Persistent
  • Language (20 words)
    Example: Adjacent. A. Faraway b. distant. C. Near d. Move: , Barren. A. Fertile b. fruitful c. Argue d. Not productive: , Foretaste a. Warning b. taste c. Design d. Attraction: , Alight a. Step down from. B. mount c. Board d. Take off:
  • Literary Terms (13 words)
    Example: narrative that serves as an extended metaphor: allegory, repetition of consonant sounds: alliteration, works against the protagonist: antagonist, instructional or informative: didactic

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