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Fifth Grade (Grade 5) English Language Arts Questions

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Grade 5 :: Nouns by Ryans
In which sentence are all common and proper nouns written correctly?
  1. Last month mom visited Aunt Caroline.
  2. We took her to O'Hare Airport on Memorial Day.
  3. My Aunt lives in a small town in Texas.
  4. She swims at a beach along the Gulf Of Mexico.
Grade 5 :: Figurative Language by bkenny
The sun laughed at the moon because it could not produce heat... is an example of?
  1. Poetry
  2. Personification
  3. Alliteration
  4. Rhyme
Grade 5 :: Main Idea by jacksonp1
April is beginning the lengthy process of choosing a college to attend. She is buying and reading guides to the best schools. She hasn't completely ruled out working for a year before attending college. She's checking out the many Websites that provide information for picking the right college or university. She's even researching the climate of the area of every school she considers.

Choose the sentence that should be removed from the paragraph.
  1. April is beginning the lengthy process of choosing a college to attend.
  2. She is buying and reading guides to the best schools.
  3. She hasn't completely ruled out working for a year before attending college.
  4. She's checking out the many websites that provide information for picking the right college or university.
  5. She's even researching the climate of the area of ever school she considers.
Grade 5 :: Nouns by Bruny
Examples of nouns are:
  1. uncle, kitchen, apple, respect
  2. play, eat, jump, study
  3. you, me, they , he
  4. in, on, above, behind
Grade 5 :: English Language Arts by Ashrae07
Choose the correctly written compound sentence.
  1. The teachers planned the lesson, they went to lunch.
  2. Abby missed the bus, but she made it to school on time.
  3. Charlie went to Disney World, he rode Splash Mountain.
  4. Florida is a great destination but it is very hot.
Grade 5 :: Adjectives by masa27
Find the comparative form of the adjective bad.
  1. baddest
  2. worst
  3. worse
  4. badder
Grade 5 :: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions by angeliabb
When writers do not state the way a character feels, the writer will include details that readers must use to make inferences or form opinions about how a character feels. When you make inferences, you use:
  1. dictionaries and Wikipedia to locate answers.
  2. your own imagination and ignore the text.
  3. observations, prior knowledge and experiences, and details from the text.
  4. none of the above.
Grade 5 :: Sentence Structure by Ryans
What is the complete predicate?
  1. The words after the verb
  2. the verb
  3. the words before the verb
  4. the noun
Grade 5 :: Sentence Structure by Ryans
What is the complete subject?
  1. The noun or nouns before the verb
  2. All the words before the verb
  3. The verb
  4. All the words after the verb
Grade 5 :: Sentence Structure by Ryans
What is the complete subject of the following sentence?

The cat walked down the street.
  1. the cat
  2. walked down the street
  3. cat
  4. walked
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