Abbreviations 3
Set 3 (20 Questions)
Students recognize and can write common, and lesser known, abbreviations and understand why abbreviations are useful.
From Mr. Anker Tests
Abbreviations Reference
1. Choose the word below that is represented by the abbreviation "Nov." You might have seen it used in a sentence like, "The meeting will be held on Nov. 11, 2021". *
1 point
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2. How is the university degree, "Master of Arts" abbreviated? *
1 point
Master of Arts degree diploma
Master of Arts degree diploma
3. Choose the abbreviation below for the word "Road". How would it be abbreviated in the street address, 4536 Maple Road? *
1 point
a house located at the address, 4536 Maple Road
a house located at the address, 4536 Maple Road
4. Choose the postal abbreviation below that represents the state of New Mexico, the state that is between the state of Arizona (AZ) and the state of Texas (TX). *
1 point
western states in the U.S.
western states in the U.S.
5. Which abbreviation represents the distance "yards", as in the measurement used to designate the distance a player traveled with the ball on one down". *
1 point
Football fields in the U.S. are measured in yards (3 ft.).
Football fields in the U.S. are measured in yards (3 ft.).
6. Choose the abbreviation/acronym below that is used to refer to the historical period from the year zero onward, now referred to as the "Common Era", based on the Georgian Calendar. *
1 point
This graphic shows where B.C.E. and C.E. are divided (formerly called B.C. and A.D.).
This graphic shows where B.C.E. and C.E. are divided (formerly called B.C. and A.D.).
7. Choose the abbreviation/acronym below that is used to refer to the historical times prior to the year zero, now referred to as the "Before Common Era", based on the Georgian Calendar. *
1 point
This graphic shows where B.C.E. and C.E. are divided (formerly called B.C. and A.D.).
This graphic shows where B.C.E. and C.E. are divided (formerly called B.C. and A.D.).
8. Choose the single capital letter below that is used to refer to a member of the Republican Party, represented often with an image of an elephant. *
1 point
Icon of the U.S. Republican Party, the elephant
Icon of the U.S. Republican Party, the elephant
9. Choose the single capital letter below that is used to refer to a member of the Democratic Party, represented often with an image of a donkey. *
1 point
Icon of the U.S. Democratic Party, the donkey
Icon of the U.S. Democratic Party, the donkey
10. Choose the post office abbreviation below for the State of "Nebraska", which is a midwestern state north of Kansas. (Hint: In most cases, the first two letters of the state name are used.) *
1 point
a map showing several midwestern states in the U.S.A.
a map showing several midwestern states in the U.S.A.
11. Choose the abbreviation below for the U.S. government agency responsible for protecting the American people and upholding the United States Constitution, known as the "Federal Bureau of Investigation". *
1 point
the seal of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
the seal of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
12. Choose the abbreviation below for the day of the week that falls between Tuesday and Thursday. *
1 point
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13. Spell the abbreviation for the "National Basketball Association", a sports league that includes the L.A. Lakers, the L.A. Clippers and Dallas Mavericks. (Use CAPITAL LETTERS only, but no periods.) *
1 point
Lakers' superstar LeBron James reading, while stretching in locker room, LeBron is a.k.a "LBJ". (a.k.a. means "also known as")
Lakers' superstar LeBron James reading, while stretching in locker room, LeBron is a.k.a "LBJ". (a.k.a. means "also known as")
14. Spell the texting acronym/abbreviation, "Just Kidding". (Be sure to use CAPITAL LETTERS only, but don't use any periods.) *
1 point
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15. Write the three letter Internet url domain abbreviation for a government-sponsored website, such as the White House. (Be sure to begin with a period and use only lower case letters). *
1 point
V.P. Mike Pence (V.P. stands for Vice-President) speaking to reporters in the White House Briefing Room
V.P. Mike Pence (V.P. stands for Vice-President) speaking to reporters in the White House Briefing Room
16. Write the three letter Internet url domain abbreviation for a higher education institution website, such as for a college or university like UCLA. (Be sure to begin the url suffix with a period and use only lower case letters.) *
1 point
UCLA stands for "University of California at Los Angeles", part of the UC System, which has campuses in San Diego, San Francisco, Irvine, and others.
UCLA stands for "University of California at Los Angeles", part of the UC System, which has campuses in San Diego, San Francisco, Irvine, and others.
17. Spell the abbreviation/acronym for the "National Football League". (Use all CAPITAL LETTERS, but no periods.) *
1 point
The New York Jets™ are a team that is part of the National Football League™.
The New York Jets™ are a team that is part of the National Football League™.
18. Spell the abbreviation for the compass/map direction, "East Northeast". (Use all CAPITAL LETTERS, but no periods.) *
1 point
a "Compass Rose"
Single letter points are called "primary points" (N,S,E,W), two letter points are called "secondary points" (NE, SW, etc...), and three lettered points are called "tertiary points" (NNE, ESE, etc...)
a "Compass Rose"
Single letter points are called "primary points" (N,S,E,W), two letter points are called "secondary points" (NE, SW, etc...), and three lettered points are called "tertiary points" (NNE, ESE, etc...)
19. Type the postal abbreviation for the state of Alaska, the 49th state. (Hint: It is not AL (that's for Alabama). *
1 point
Alaska, shown in red, like Hawaii, is not part of the contiguous 48 states. It is also, by far, the largest U.S. state in land area, far bigger than Texas (the second largest state).
Alaska, shown in red, like Hawaii, is not part of the contiguous 48 states. It is also, by far, the largest U.S. state in land area, far bigger than Texas (the second largest state).
20. To create a formal title for a woman in the U.S., without designating marital status, two letters, (the first being a capital letter, and the second being lower case) are used, followed by a period. Enter it below. (Review the hint, again, if needed.) *
1 point
an American Flag flying near the White House in Washington, D.C.
an American Flag flying near the White House in Washington, D.C.
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