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									Fact or   suffixes   Spelling   clauses   Exact   Advertisement
opinion              errors               nouns   techniques

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  A fact is a statement that can be
        proved true or false.

 A    True
 B    False




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 Which statement does not describe
            an opinion?
 A    Can be supported by facts but
       cannot be proved true or false.

 B    Is a statement that can be proved
       true or false.

 C    Is a statement that tells what
       someone thinks or how someone feels.

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    Amelia had read the note but
believed Noonan had made an error.

A     Fact

B     Opinion




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 Noonan had been right that it was
 necessary to turn south in order to
           get to Dakar.

 A    Fact

 B    Opinion




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 No one will ever know what really
     happened to the Electra.

A     Fact

B     Opinion




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 What can be added to the end of a
base word to change the meaning of
             the word?

A     prefix
B     suffix
C     ‘s


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     Which suffix does not mean
         “someone who”?
A      -ian
B      -ist
C      -ive




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     Which word does not have a
       “someone who” suffix?
A      survivor
B      engineer
C      father




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       Which word does not have a
         “someone who” suffix?

 A       writer
 B       persist
 C       conductor




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     Which word does not have a
      “Someone who” suffix?
A      flier
B      operator
C      event




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    Which word is spelled incorrectly?
   A     chart
   B     skirt
   C     erth
   D     urge
   E     curb


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    Which word is spelled incorrectly?

   A     pierce
   B     fierce
   C     reherse
   D     whirl
   E     sword

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       Which sentence contains a
           misspelled word?
 A      I peeled some bark from the birch.

 B      I left my pure at the store.

 C      Some dogs snarl at people.

 D      I urge you to be kind.


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       Which sentence contains a
           misspelled word?
 A      The king carried a sharp sword.

 B      They mourn for their lost pet.

 D      Please don’t corn your friend.




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       Which sentence contains a
           misspelled word?
 A      The storm caused great turmoil.

 B      It is absurd to have a picnic in the
         rain.

 C      What were the circmstances that
         caused you to be late?

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What is an independent clause?

A     A statement that is not a complete
       thought.

B     A simple sentence that can stand
       alone.

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 What is a subordinate clause?

A     A group of words that has a subject
       and a predict but is not a complete
       thought.

B     A group of words that has a subject
       and a predict and is a complete
       thought.
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What type of clause often begin with
the words since, although, if, when,
        while, or because?

A     independent clause

B     subordinate clause



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 What type of sentence contains a
    subordinate clause and a
       independent clause?

A     compound

B     complex



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 What type of clauses are contained
    in the following sentence?
Danielle and Jake reached the summit, and they
 found the weather station.

 A        a subordinate clause and an
           independent clause.

 B        two independent clauses.

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Which word would be an exact noun
  for the underlined word in the
            sentence?
Next, turn on the power thing.

A        switch
B        tube
C        object

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Which word would be an exact noun
  for the underlined word in the
            sentence?
First, place the plug into the wall holes.

   A       paper
   B       socket
   C       things
   D       electricity

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Which word would be an exact noun
  for the underlined word in the
            sentence?

Insert a videotape into the square cavity.

   A       slit
   B       rack
   C       shelf
   D       slot

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Which word would be an exact noun
  for the underlined word in the
            sentence?
This instrument is equipped with 10 megabytes of
  computer stuff.

 A        power
 B        fonts
 C        memory

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Which word would be an exact noun
  for the underlined word in the
            sentence?

One day I may save you from a great situation.

   A      accident
   B      happiness
   C      peril
   D      elephant

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      A general statement based on few facts
        describes what type of propaganda
                    technique?
 A         Overgeneralization

 B         Testimonial

 C         Bandwagon

 D         Transfer

 E         Faulty cause and effect

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  Celebrities or experts support the product
    describes which type of propaganda
                  technique?

 A      Overgeneralization

 B      Testimonial

 C      Bandwagon

 D      Transfer

 E      Faulty cause and effect

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Appeals to do something because “everyone
  else” is doing it describes what type of
          propaganda technique?
 A     Overgeneralization

 B     Testimonial

 C     Bandwagon

 D     Transfer

 E     Faulty cause and effect

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   Positive association of a person with a
 product describes what type of propaganda
                 technique?

 A      Overgeneralization

 B      Testimonial

 C      Bandwagon

 D      Transfer

 E      Faulty cause and effect

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Promises that products will make consumers
 happy describes which type of propaganda
                techniques?
 A     Overgeneralization

 B     Testimonial

 C     Bandwagon

 D     Transfer

 E     Faulty cause and effect

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