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Tenth Grade (Grade 10) English Language Arts Questions

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Grade 10 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by SOJohnston
Grade 10 :: Vocabulary by LCJ724
Jennifer was TENTATIVE about swimming in the lake. This means that she was:
  1. eager to jump in
  2. indecisive
  3. able to be persuaded
  4. not certain
Grade 10 :: Vocabulary by LCJ724
If someone is TENACIOUS, they are:
  1. stubborn
  2. uptight
  3. strong
  4. able to be swayed
Grade 10 :: Vocabulary by LCJ724
Sarah CRINGED when she saw the wounded dog. This means that she:
  1. ran up to it to see if she could help
  2. started to cry
  3. flinched
  4. made a frown
Grade 10 :: Vocabulary by LCJ724
Someone who is LACKLUSTER is:
  1. not intelligent
  2. exciting
  3. slow
  4. dull
Grade 10 :: Vocabulary by LCJ724
According to Mark's friends, he is blithe. This means that he is:
  1. lackluster
  2. free-spirited
  3. always happy
  4. always worried
Grade 10 :: Vocabulary by LCJ724
Another word for BOORISH is:
  1. aggressive
  2. ill-mannered
  3. depressed
  4. polite
Grade 10 :: The Most Dangerous Game by Vickie_C
What does General Zaroff's final utterance of "En garde" suggest about his character?
  1. He is courageous
  2. He is afraid
  3. He is clever
  4. He is a fighter
Grade 10 :: Story Elements by fivelittlewords
Protagonist
  1. principal character or force in opposition to a protagonist
  2. the point of maximum tension or interest
  3. main character in a work of fiction involved in the central conflict
  4. provides background information and introduced setting and important characters
Grade 10 :: Story Elements by fivelittlewords
Antagonist
  1. principal character or force in opposition to a protagonist
  2. main character in a work of fiction involved in the central conflict
  3. time and place of the action of a piece of literature
  4. contrast between appearance and reality
Grade 10 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by kp36784
Choose the sentence that is written correctly

You'll need to turn left on Cedar; it's the third house on the right.
  1. You'll need to turn left on Cedar it's the third house on the right.
  2. You'll need to turn left on Cedar; it's the third house on the right.
  3. You'll need to turn left on; Cedar it's the third house on the right.
  4. You'll need to turn left on Cedar it's the; third house on the right.
Grade 10 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by kp36784
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. Last vacation we bought postcards in towns with unusual names: Remote, Oregon; Inspiration, Arizona and Bragadoccio, Missouri.
  2. Last vacation we bought postcards in towns with unusual names: Remote, Oregon Inspiration, Arizona; and Bragadoccio, Missouri.
  3. Last vacation we bought postcards in towns with unusual names: Remote, Oregon Inspiration, Arizona and Bragadoccio, Missouri.
  4. Last vacation we bought postcards in towns with unusual names: Remote, Oregon; Inspiration, Arizona; and Bragadoccio, Missouri.
Grade 10 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by kp36784
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. The weather was warm and sunny; I went to the beach.
  2. The weather was warm and sunny I went to the beach.
  3. The weather was warm and sunny I; went to the beach.
  4. The weather was warm; and sunny; I went to the beach.
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