1.Which adjective is paired with its adverb form incorrectly?*
2. Aphrodite is now an instructor, but she _____ a painter before she discovered her passion in teaching.*
3. My sister and ____ wil be travelling to Mexico next month.*
4. The lady in the polaroid, who is smiling happily, ______ Olympia, the mother of my best friend. She is the sweetest lady I met unfortunately, she passed away three years ago.*
5. The care facility for ______ is due to open next year and it will be managed by Mary Poppins.*
6. Kylie said that Kendall will look attractive in ______ the blue sweater _______ the yellow. To complete the sentence, which conjunction is appropriate?*
7. Being able to swim really well is one of the ______ needed to be part of the highschool swimming team. The appropriate subordinating conjunction to complete the sentence is __________.*
8.Which of the following sentences is written correctly?*
9. Which of the following sentences is written incorrectly?*
10. Mauna Loa, the largest active volcano in the world that can be found in Hawaii, ________today.*
11. No shouting and eating ______ allowed in the halls of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.*
12. Which adverb of manner will complete the sentence?
I couldn't hear him because he speaks __________ .*
13. Which is the opposite of the adverb of manner "slowly"?*
14.Which type of pronoun is being used in a sentence where the subject and the object of the sentence are the same?*
15. Either the employer or the employees ______ following the law.
16. Singing in the theater and dancing ballet______ my favorite things to do.*
17. What type of noun is being used to name general subjects?*
18. Action Words are also know as?*
19. What time did Arya and Charles ____ up?*
20. Every woman, man, or child ______ the right to live.*
21. There copter hovering _____ our house*
22. Please stay ________ the police caution tape.*
23. Which cojunction wil complete the sentence?
Do you want to order pizza?
____ should I make spaghetti?*
24.Which conjunction would you use to combine the following sentences?
I wanted to play outside.
My mom said I have to do my homework first.*
25. Five miligrams of Wormwood, seventy-five grams of Waterbuffalo teeth, and five kilos of Elephant nails ______ all that we need to complete the recipe so Maleficent can make her potion.*
26. Choose the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree
27. Choose the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree
28. Choose the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree
29. Choose the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree.
30. My sister who, is always grumpy and angry, is acting strange today. She has been smiling since this morning.
What do we call the part of the sentence that is written in bold letters?
31. What is an infinitive?
32. What word does not have the /ə/ vowel sound?
33. What word has the /i/ sound?
34. What word has the /ɛ/sound?
35. For sentences with units of measurement or time, the linking verb should be ______ .
36. If one of the words "each," "every," or "no" comes before the subject, the verb is_____.
37. Indefinite pronouns typically take singular verbs with some exceptions. What indefinite pronoun can be considered as an exception to the rule?
38. What type of noun is bevy?
39. Four drops of vanilla extract ______ needed for the cupcake recipe.
40. There are multiple errors in the data that Mr. Crisscutfries sent. What is the subject in the sentence?
1. The Midwest is experiencing its worst drought in 15 years. Corn and soybean prices are expected to be very high this year. 𝑾𝒉𝒂𝒕 𝒅𝒐𝒆𝒔 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒔𝒆𝒄𝒐𝒏𝒅 𝒔𝒆𝒏𝒕𝒆𝒏𝒄𝒆 𝒅𝒐?*
2. Last summer, we decided to spend our vacation at the beach because the weather was very hot in the mountains. The travel agent said that traveling by bus was the cheapest way, but we went by plane because it was faster. We wanted to have more time to spend at the beach. The weather was beautiful and we had a great time. We decided to go to the beach because_________.*
3. The country of Mexico is the third-largest nation in terms of land area, and the second-largest nation in terms of population in North America. As of 2006, Mexico's population was well over100,000,000 people. Mexico is located south of the United States and north of the nations of Belize and Guatemala. The Rio Bravo (called the Rio Grande in America) forms much of the border between the United States and Mexico. Spanish is the official language of Mexico. Did you know that many of our words such as a tornado, tomato, taco, armadillo, and banana come from the Spanish language? In fact, much of our land came from Mexico too. The states of Texas, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, California, and Arizona were all part of Mexico before the Mexican War.
1. According to the passage above, what are the states mentioned which were parts of Mexico before the Mexican war?
4. Mexico is located in the north of the nations ________ and ________. What are the two nations mentioned above?*
5. Many people who have come close to death from drowning, cardiac arrest, or other causes have described near-death experiences—profound, subjective events that sometimes result in dramatic changes in values, beliefs, behavior, and attitudes toward life and death. These experiences often include a new clarity of thinking, a feeling of well-being, a sense of being out of the body, and visions of bright light or mystical encounters. Such experiences have been reported by an estimated 30 to 40 percent of hospital patients who were revived after coming close to death and about 5 percent of adult Americans in a nationwide poll. Near-death experiences have been explained as a response to a perceived threat of death (a psychological theory); as a result of biological states that accompany the process of dying (a physiological theory); and as a foretaste of an actual state of bliss after death (a transcendental theory). 𝑻𝒉𝒆 𝒑𝒓𝒊𝒎𝒂𝒓𝒚 𝒑𝒖𝒓𝒑𝒐𝒔𝒆 𝒐𝒇 𝒕𝒉𝒊𝒔 𝒑𝒂𝒔𝒔𝒂𝒈𝒆 𝒊𝒔 𝒕𝒐?*
6. The study of history provides many benefits. First, we learn from the past. We may repeat mistakes, but, at least, we have the opportunity to avoid them. Second, history teaches us what questions to ask about the present. Contrary to some people’s view, the study of history is not the memorization of names, dates, and places. It is the thoughtful examination of the forces that have shaped the courses of human life. We can examine events from the past and then draw inferences about current events. History teaches us about likely outcomes.
Another benefit of the study of history is the broad range of human experience which is covered. War and peace are certainly covered as are national and international affairs. However, matters of culture (art, literature, and music) are also included in historical study. Human nature is an important part of history: emotions like passion, greed, and insecurity have influenced the shaping of world affairs. Anyone who thinks that the study of history is boring has not really studied history.
What is the main idea of the passage?
7. Jack lay, quiet and unmoving, for thirty minutes while a stranger repeatedly stabbed him with sharp needles, causing blood to pour steadily out of his leg. Jack was getting a tattoo. His friend Tony had recently gotten a tattoo, and Jack was so impressed by Tony's bravery and his tattoo that he decided to get one too. Getting a tattoo because your friends and peers have them is just one of the reasons why a lot of young people in North America get tattoos. Peer pressure, media influence, and personal expression are some of the common reasons for wearing tattoos today.
According to the essay, what is a reason why a person gets a tattoo?
8. Eddie was a carpet fitter, and he hated it. For ten years he had spent his days sitting, squatting, kneeling or crawling on floors, in houses, offices, shops, factories and restaurants. Ten years of his life, cutting and fitting carpets for other people to walk on, without even seeing them. When his work was done, no-one ever appreciated it. No- one ever said "Oh, that's a beautiful job, the carpet fits so neatly." They just walked all over it. Eddie was sick of it.
Why did Eddie hate being a carpet-fitter?
9. As has been the case for many years, jobs, or forms of employment wherein employees perform a service or duty in exchange for financial compensation, play a prominent role in society. Furthermore, all jobs—even those of seemingly little significance—are important, as they simply wouldn't exist if their specific responsibilities weren't of value to employers (companies or persons that pay others for their work), customers (individuals who pay money for a product or service), and the economy generally.
Teachers, or educational professionals tasked with helping students understand certain subjects and topics, are especially crucial today. In short, teachers help their students to become qualified for their future careers.
Doctors, or medical professionals who specialize in providing health-related assistance to patients, are some of the most respected individuals in America and the world. It's the responsibility of doctors to help those who feel less-than-stellar to determine the underlying health issue(s) and recommend an effective treatment (or remedy to a disease, disorder, or condition).
There are quite a few types of specialty doctors in America (besides MD, which simply means "medical doctor"), all of whom can be referred to simply as "Doctor (Name)." Dentists (mouth/teeth doctors), dermatologists (skin doctors), and psychiatrists (mental-health doctors) are just a few examples of the many different types of doctors.
Additionally, nurses are medical professionals who help to administer doctor-ordered treatments to patients.
Police officers are law enforcement professionals whose job it is to protect citizens, solve crimes, and assure that rules and regulations are followed. Similarly, firefighters serve the public by responding to fires (and other emergency situations) and using high-tech equipment to extinguish these fires, while bringing any individuals who're in danger to safety.
Farmers maintain fields of crops (or vegetable/fruit plants) and/or collections of animals with the intention of selling these products as food.
Artists produce art, or works of creative significance, including music, paintings, drawings, poetry, writing, and more.
Jobs are best defined as which of the following?
10. The deadliest virus in modern history, perhaps of all time, was the 1918 Spanish Flu. It killed about 20 to 50 million people worldwide, perhaps more. The total death toll is unknown because medical records were not kept in many areas.
The pandemic hit during World War I and devastated military troops. In the United States, for instance, more servicemen were killed from the flu than from the war itself. The Spanish flu was fatal to a higher proportion of young adults than most flu viruses.
The pandemic started mildly, in the spring of 1918, but was followed by a much more severe wave in the fall of 1918. The war likely contributed to the devastating mortality numbers, as large outbreaks occurred in military forces living in close quarters. Poor nutrition and the unsanitary conditions of war camps had an effect.
A third wave occurred in the winter and spring of 1919, and a fourth, smaller wave occurred in a few areas in spring 1920. Initial symptoms of the flu were typical: sore throat, headache, and fever. The flu often progressed rapidly to cause severe pneumonia and sometimes hemorrhage in the lungs and mucus membranes. A characteristic feature of severe cases of the Spanish Flu was heliotrope cyanosis, where the patient’s face turned blue from lack of oxygen in the cells. Death usually followed within hours or days.
Modern medicine such as vaccines, antivirals, and antibiotics for secondary infections were not available at that time, so medical personnel couldn’t do much more than try to relieve symptoms.
The flu ended when it had infected enough people that those who were susceptible had either died or developed immunity.
What caused the Spanish Flu pandemic to end?