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Third Grade (Grade 3) English Language Arts Questions

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Grade 3 :: Grammar by shelly879
Which sentence is written correctly?
  1. My ant hates shopping.
  2. Lucy is a good student.
  3. my dogs have brown Eyes?
Grade 3 :: Main Idea by mckeever_bpm
What is the main idea of the following paragraph?

Not all plants grow in the same way. Some plants grow and reproduce in one year and are called annuals. Some plants grow and reproduce in two years and are called biennials. Other plants grow and reproduce for many years and are called perennials.
  1. Plants grow and reproduce for many years.
  2. Some plants grow and reproduce in two years.
  3. Most plants grow and reproduce in one year.
  4. Not all plants grow in the same way.
  5. Very few plants grow and reproduce for many years.
Grade 3 :: Main Idea by mckeever_bpm
Teeth can tell you what kinds of food a mammal eats. Plant eaters (herbivores) like deer have large, flat molars for grinding plants. Animals that eat both plants and meat (omnivores) have strong canines and molars for tearing and grinding foods. Animals that are meat eaters (carnivores) have canine teeth for cutting and tearing.

What is the main idea of this paragraph?
  1. Animals have different kinds of teeth.
  2. An animal's teeth can tell you what kinds of food the animal eats.
  3. Animals that are meat eaters have canine teeth for cutting and tearing, but plant eaters have flat molars for grinding plants.
  4. Animals that eat both plants and meat have strong canines and molars for tearing and grinding foods.
Grade 3 :: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions by Crystal1983
Lucy was furious about her spelling grade. She kicked her desk and ran out of the classroom.

Why does the author use the word furious instead of mad in the example above.
  1. Furious is a fancier word than mad.
  2. Lucy was really upset.
  3. Lucy wasn't that mad after all.
  4. Lucy was going home.
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