Unit Two Vocab Quiz
This is a Timed, fourteen (14) minute quiz.
The time starts when the bell beginning class rings.
For each of the 14 words below, select the only sentence which:
a. uses the word correctly
b. uses the word as the correct part of speech
c. has no grammatical errors
There is only ONE completely correct answer for each word.
Choose the Most Correct sentence.
This Quiz is Open Notes!!! You may use your PowerPoint and OneNote files.
1. aspire (v)
Choose the Most Correct sentence (refer to above directions).
There is aspire on top of the church.
My mom aspires me to get good grades in school.
I was so willling that I was aspire and get A’s and B’s.
I aspire to work for the F.B.I.
The marine aspire to complete their mission.
2. bilateral (adj)
There is bilateral in this picture.
I always bilateral when it is on sale.
Some fish are bilateral and some are not.
My parent bilateral one time there nice the next there angry.
My friends and I have a bilateral.
3. candor (n)
My mom can't window, but she candor.
My mom candor me when I talk back to her.
My mom is candor when I talk back to her.
I admire my candor approach
I admire my friend's candor.
4. defraud (v)
Defraud James was better when he played for Cleveland
The Patriots defraud in their almost perfect season.
William defrauds alot.
The family sought to defraud their uncle of his money.
Defraud went to de store.
5. deity (n)
Zeus Is the deity of god
deity forms from many different traditions and ages.
The deity, Ares, was killed by Kratos.
Deity people go to church.
Deity bitty spider went up de water spout.
6. elude (v)
The prisoner was able to elude the police.
The mouse elude from the cat.
We had to elude from my house because the kitchen was on fire
Bob eluded the guards that was trying to kill him.
The magician made an elusion.
7. havoc (n)
The havoc was finally destroyed
You can havoc if you really want it.
There was havoc in united states caused by north Korea.
Megatron reaped havoc on transformers 3
A flash mob caused havoc downtown.
8. malady (n)
Malady went to ma store with ma other lady.
My mom malady bad and she threw up.
The sickness malady me bad.
Fred has a serious malady called polio.
The cancer patient was malady.
9. obliterate (v)
This house was obliterate from the turnado.
Dogs obliterate almost anything that get in there way.
He attempted to obliterate evidence of his cheating.
Obliterate people don't know how to read.
Dirty people obliterate instead of using the trash can.
10. ravenous (adj)
The homeless was ravenous.
The Baltimore ravenous defense is better than their offense.
Most of the kids in Haiti ravenous.
After hibernation, the bear is ravenous.
Ravenous a good time after work.
11. underworld (n)
The deity of the underworld is hades.
Underworld has a movie
My family grew up believing to going to the underworld.
I like stories of the criminal underworld.
Underworld people be doing all kind of crimes.
12. writhe (v)
The wide receiver was in writhe when he made the catch.
Over the years people and animals stomach`s can writhe.
The boy writhed out of his cardigan.
I want to get my hair writhe.
We read a story about ham on writhe.
13. correlation (n)
There is a correlation between my mom and I.
There is a correlation between the store and my house.
There ain't no correlation nohow, nowhere, baby.
There is a correlation on my block.
There is a correlation between cell phone usage and brain tumors.
14. pantheon (n)
The Jonas brothers are buried in a pantheon.
I don't know which pantheon to wear.
Put the pantheon the table and leave slowly.
The Carolina pantheon Fox right now.
The pantheon includes Zeus, Hades, Athena, Poseidon, and Hera.
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