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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) English Language Arts Questions

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Grade 6 :: Writing by acotton
Where would you look to find more information on the history of baseball?
  1. The sports section of a newspaper
  2. A popular news magazine
  3. An article on how baseball first started
  4. An autobiography (when someone writes a story about their own life) of a baseball player
Grade 6 :: Spelling by iteach14
Which word is spelled CORRECTLY:
  1. privledge
  2. previlege
  3. privelege
  4. privilege
Grade 6 :: Lobs Girl by beacon902
The genre of Lob's girl is?
  1. non-fiction
  2. fiction
  3. drama
  4. poetry
Grade 6 :: Character Study by deighton_jeffrey
What type of characters are Penguin, JaFar, and the Big Bad Wolf?
  1. Antagonist
  2. Protagonist
  3. flat
  4. round
Grade 6 :: Adjectives by mikki093
The color red is not a adjective.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 :: Character Study by szeiger

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How does the author develop the main character's point of view?
  1. The author describes how Ben looks.
  2. The author describes how Ben thinks.
  3. The author describes how Ben feels.
  4. All of the above.
Grade 6 :: Spelling by Shoesohs
Choose the correct spelling.
  1. industryies
  2. industries
  3. industraies
Grade 6 :: Context Clues by ehamilton2
to one side; out of proper position:
  1. animosity
  2. askew
  3. compulsion
  4. sultry
Grade 6 :: Grammar by JoannaSampson1
Which of the following is not a reflexive pronoun?
  1. herself
  2. himself
  3. Iself
  4. themselves
Grade 6 :: Opinion Writing by rneiuber
All the teachers agree, math is the most important subject they teach.
This is an example of:
  1. transfer
  2. faulty cause and effect
  3. testimonial
  4. overgeneralizations
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