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Grade 10 :: Romeo and Juliet by KeshaM
Juliet and Romeo got married in a                .
  1. Church
  2. Secret hide-out
  3. Forest
  4. Small house
Grade 10 :: Romeo and Juliet by KeshaM
What did Romeo tell Juliet to tell her parents she was doing instead of being married?
  1. Forgiving her sins
  2. Taking a long walk
  3. Going to meet up some friends
  4. Going to meet up with a guy
Grade 10 :: Romeo and Juliet by KeshaM
Who did Juliet send to prove Romeo really wanted to marry her?
  1. Romeo's friends
  2. The Nurse
  3. Juliet's parents
  4. Romeo's messanger
Grade 10 :: Vocabulary by Wolfplay
The word GAPE
MOST NEARLY means:
  1. (adv.) Characterized by caution
  2. (v.) To stare wonderingly or stupidly, often with the mouth open
  3. (n.) A hint; an obscure or indirect suggestion or notice
  4. (adj.) Not certain or final; Done without confidence, hesitant
Grade 10 :: Vocabulary by Wolfplay
The word AUGMENT
MOST NEARLY means:
  1. (adj.) Harming by slow and stealthy means
  2. (v.) To stare wonderingly or stupidly, often with the mouth open
  3. (v.) To make bigger
  4. (adj.) Not properly maintained; disorderly or untidy
Grade 10 :: Vocabulary by Wolfplay
The word ADULTERATE
MOST NEARLY means:
  1. (v.) To say or do again and again
  2. (v.) To make impure by adding extraneous, improper, or inferior ingredients
  3. (adj.) Using exactly the same words, corresponding word for word; (adv.) In exactly the same words, word for word
  4. (adj.) Wealthy
Grade 10 :: Vocabulary by Wolfplay
The word GIBE
MOST NEARLY means:
  1. (adj.) Having the ability of using both hands with equal skill or ease
  2. (adj.) Left desolate or alone, especially by death
  3. (n.) The external appearance as produced by garb or costume
  4. (n.) A taunting or bitterly sarcastic remark; (v.) To utter taunts or jeers
Grade 10 :: Sentence Structure by Alexis_Sharde
Choose the adverb clause in the sentence.

Sasha went to the mall after she finished her homework.
  1. Sasha went to the mall
  2. after she finished her homework
  3. went to the mall
  4. finished her homework
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