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Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations CCSS: CCRA.L.4, L.2.4
Night is to the moon as the sun is to the day.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations
Which word has a more negative connotation?
  1. cheap
  2. thrifty
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations
If you GOBBLED down your dinner, what did you do?
  1. Ate very fast
  2. Ate very slow
  3. Enjoyed every bite
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations
Why would you REFUSE to eat your dinner?
  1. You don't like it.
  2. It is very good.
  3. It is your favorite dish.
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations
What does a breeze feel like?
  1. a soft wind
  2. a cold, hard wind
  3. rain, with a lot of wind
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations
If you PACED around a room, what did you do?
  1. Cleaned it up
  2. Ran around in a circle
  3. Walked back and forth
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations
If you STRUTTED across a stage, what did you do?
  1. Walked very carefully
  2. Walked proudly
  3. Walked slumped over
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations
Which one might you want to IMPROVE?
  1. Your gymnastics routine
  2. Your neighbor's garden
  3. Your favorite ice cream flavor
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations CCSS: CCRA.L.3, L.2.3, L.2.3a
Saying "what's up" instead of "hello, how are you" is an example of:
  1. formal language
  2. informal language
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations
What might happen to someone who is clumsy?
  1. He would get good grades.
  2. He would break his leg.
  3. He would lose his books.
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations CCSS: CCRA.L.3, L.2.3, L.2.3a
What type of language is used in the words below?

Hello, Mr. Jeffries.
Hello, Lewis.
May I please borrow a pencil?
Yes, you may.
  1. formal language
  2. informal language
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations CCSS: CCRA.L.3, L.2.3, L.2.3a
Using a contraction like "isn't" instead of "is not" is an example of:
  1. formal language
  2. informal language
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations CCSS: CCRA.L.3, L.2.3, L.2.3a
Saying "may I please have your attention" instead of "yo! listen up" is an example of:
  1. formal language
  2. informal language
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations CCSS: CCRA.L.3, L.2.3, L.2.3a
What type of language is used in the words below?

Hey, Mr. J.
Hey, Lewis.
You got a pencil I can borrow?
Sure thing!
  1. formal language
  2. informal language
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations CCSS: CCRA.L.3, L.2.3, L.2.3a
Using words like "going to" instead of "gonna" is an example of:
  1. formal language
  2. informal language
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations
Which animal would be the friskiest?
  1. a kitten
  2. a cow
  3. a sloth
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations CCSS: CCRA.L.3, L.2.3, L.2.3a
What type of language is used in the words below?

Hiya, Mom!
Hey, Buddy! What's up?
Not much. I was wondering if we could go get some grub.
Sure, great idea!
  1. formal language
  2. informal language
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations CCSS: CCRA.L.3, L.2.3, L.2.3a
Ending a letter with "Sincerely" instead of "Love" is an example of:
  1. formal language
  2. informal language
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations CCSS: CCRA.L.3, L.2.3, L.2.3a
What type of language is used the words below?

Hello, Mother.
Hello, Buddy. May I ask what you want?
May we go out to dinner soon?
Why yes, that seems like a splendid idea!
  1. formal language
  2. informal language
Grade 2 Connotations and Denotations CCSS: CCRA.L.3, L.2.3, L.2.3a
Saying "that sucks" instead of "that's too bad" is an example of:
  1. formal language
  2. informal language
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