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English 10 Vocabulary Quiz 11
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Read the following sentence. Identify the root found in the capitalized word. *
At the physical therapy appointment, the recovering patient improved the REFLEX in his surgically repaired knee.
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Read the following sentence. Based on the context, what is the best meaning for the capitalized word? *
At the physical therapy appointment, the recovering patient improved the REFLEX in his surgically repaired knee.
Read the following sentence. Identify the root found in the capitalized word. *
The INEPTITUDE of the famous scientist cost the scientific team the Nobel Prize in physics.
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Read the following sentence. Based on the context, what is the best meaning for the capitalized word? *
The INEPTITUDE of the famous scientist cost the scientific team the Nobel Prize in physics.
Read the following sentence. Identify the root found in the capitalized word. *
All summer the CADDIE helped the professionals by cleaning and carrying equipment, keeping score and other tasks.
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Read the following sentence. Based on the context, what is the best meaning for the capitalized word? *
All summer the CADDIE helped the professionals by cleaning and carrying equipment, keeping score and other tasks.
Read the following sentence. Identify the root found in the capitalized word. *
During the holidays, the parent will ACTUATE his child to do his chores and behave appropriately because he may receive presents found on his wish list.
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Read the following sentence. Based on the context, what is the best meaning for the capitalized word? *
During the holidays, the parent will ACTUATE his child to do his chores and behave appropriately because he may receive presents found on his wish list.
Read the following sentence. Identify the root found in the capitalized word. *
The presenter was a great public speaker, partly because he had interesting content, but also because he had an engaging vocal style, full of INFLECTION, avoiding the pitfalls of being monotone.
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Read the following sentence. Based on the context, what is the best meaning for the capitalized word? *
The presenter was a great public speaker, partly because he had interesting content, but also because he had an engaging vocal style, full of INFLECTION, avoiding the pitfalls of being monotone.
Read the following sentence. Identify the root found in the capitalized word. *
The older cat showed his ANIMOSITY for the frail kitten by hissing.
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Read the following sentence. Based on the context, what is the best meaning for the capitalized word? *
The older cat showed his ANIMOSITY for the frail kitten by hissing.
Read the following sentence. Identify the root found in the capitalized word. *
The skilled and experienced infielder could not catch the ERRANT ball in the first inning.
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Read the following sentence. Based on the context, what is the best meaning for the capitalized word? *
The skilled and experienced infielder could not catch the ERRANT ball in the first inning.
Read the following sentence. Identify the root found in the capitalized word. *
In geometry, students needed to determine the angles of an EQUILATERAL triangle.
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Read the following sentence. Based on the context, what is the best meaning for the capitalized word? *
In geometry, students needed to determine the angles of an EQUILATERAL triangle.
Look at the image above. What vocabulary word does this image suggest? *
Read the following statements. Check all that are idioms. You must choose all of the idioms to receive credit. *
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Read the following lines. Which testing term describes these lines? *
Later, the dog whined loudly. And still later it crept close to the man and caught the scent of death. This made the animal bristle and back away. A little longer it delayed, howling under the stars that leaped and danced and shone brightly in the cold sky. Then it turned and trotted up the trail in the direction of the camp it knew, where were the other food-providers and fire-providers.
Read the pairs of words below. Which of the following words describes these pairs? *
die and dye; fair and fare; scene and seen
Look at the picture above. Consider the prefixes in the words below and choose the one that best matches the image. *
Read the following lines. Are these lines PROSE or POETRY? *
"I am," he said. He was staring at me, and I could see the corners of his eyes crinkling. "I'm in love with you, and I'm not in the business of denying myself the simple pleasure of saying true things. I'm in love with you, and I know that love is just a shout into the void, and that oblivion is inevitable, and that we're all doomed and that there will come a day when all our labor has been returned to dust, and I know the sun will swallow the only earth we'll ever have, and I am in love with you.” ― John Green, The Fault in Our Stars
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