Abbreviations 2
Set 2 (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 "Apr." You might have seen it used in a sentence like, "The meeting will be held on Apr. 11, 2021". *
1 point
Captionless Image
2. How is the university degree, "Bachelor of Arts" abbreviated? *
1 point
Bachelor of Arts Degree Diploma
Bachelor of Arts Degree Diploma
3. Choose the abbreviation below for the word "Avenue". How would it be abbreviated in the street address, 15375 Harvard Avenue? *
1 point
15375 Harvard Avenue
15375 Harvard Avenue
4. Choose the postal abbreviation below that would represent the state of Oregon, the state that is immediately north of the state of California (CA). *
1 point
Map of Oregon
Map of Oregon
5. Which abbreviation represents the distance "feet", as in, "the measurement of a plank of wood for sale at Home Depot™ is four feet, three inches long". *
1 point
Lumber Dept. at Home Depot™
Lumber Dept. at Home Depot™
6. Choose the abbreviation/acronym below that is used to refer to the President of the United States. *
1 point
President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama
7. Choose the abbreviation below that is used to refer to a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, for example, "Representative" Xavier Beccera, from California. *
1 point
Representative Xavier Beccera (CA)
Representative Xavier Beccera (CA)
8. Choose the acronym/abbreviation below that stands for the phrase, "As Soon As Possible", which means to do something as soon as one is able. *
1 point
In a hurry...
In a hurry...
9. Choose the post office abbreviation below for the State of "Oklahoma", which is a midwestern state immediately north of Texas. *
1 point
Map showing the location of the State of Oklahoma
Map showing the location of the State of Oklahoma
10. Choose the abbreviation below for the cooking and baking measurement, "teaspoon", as in, a teaspoon of vanilla extract. *
1 point
a teaspoon of vanilla extract, used in baking
a teaspoon of vanilla extract, used in baking
11. Choose the abbreviation below for the cooking and baking, or other large liquid measurement, "gallon", as in, a gallon of white vinegar. *
1 point
a gallon bottle of white vinegar, used for cooking & cleaning
a gallon bottle of white vinegar, used for cooking & cleaning
12. Spell the abbreviation for "Street". (Don't forget the capital letter and period.) *
1 point
a neighborhood street shown on Google™ Maps™
a neighborhood street shown on Google™ Maps™
13. Spell the abbreviation for texting the acronym/abbreviation, "I know, right?" (Use CAPITAL LETTERS only, and no question mark.) *
1 point
texting with two thumbs
texting with two thumbs
14. Spell the temperature abbreviation for "Fahrenheit", as in 98.6° Fahrenheit, which is considered to be normal body temperature for humans. (Be sure to use a CAPITAL LETTER, but don't use a period.) *
1 point
a digital medical thermometer
a digital medical thermometer
15. Spell the abbreviation for "fluid ounces", as in, the apple juice bottle contains 46 fluid ounces. (You can use periods, or leave them off for this one, but be sure to use a space.) *
1 point
apple juice bottle
apple juice bottle
16. Spell the abbreviation/acronym for "Major League Baseball". (Use all CAPITAL LETTERS, but don't use periods.) *
1 point
There are 108 stitches in the cowhide leather of each ball.
There are 108 stitches in the cowhide leather of each ball.
17. Spell the abbreviation for the compass/map direction "South Southwest". (Use all CAPITAL LETTERS, but no periods.) *
1 point
a compass rose
a compass rose
18. Spell the abbreviation for "General", as in General Sherman of Union Forces, in the Civil War. (Don't forget the capital letter and period.) *
1 point
General William Tecumseh Sherman
General William Tecumseh Sherman
19. Spell the abbreviation for "Senator", as in Senator Dianne Feinstein of California. (Don't forget the capital letter and period.) *
1 point
United States Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA)
United States Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA)
20. Spell the abbreviation for the "United States of America". (Don't forget the capital letters and multiple periods.) *
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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