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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) English Language Arts Questions

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Grade 6 :: Compare and Contrast by ReadingMatters

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What factor do fruits and vegetables share?
  1. They both contain large seeds.
  2. They both are sweet to the taste.
  3. They both have large green leaves.
  4. They both contain minerals and vitamins.
Grade 6 :: Rhetoric and Propaganda by basswm
Refers to the words that appeal to the five senses.
  1. personal narrative
  2. sensory language
  3. simile
  4. metaphor
Grade 6 :: Rhetoric and Propaganda by basswm
The immediate emotions and actions associated with the incident.
  1. personal narrative
  2. point of view
  3. cohererence
  4. response
Grade 6 :: Vocabulary by shelbylyn
Ensue : follow ::
  1. run : lead
  2. pursue : chase
  3. permit : play
  4. object : quit
Grade 6 :: Synonyms by shelleygeorge
What is a synonym for PACIFY?
  1. comfort
  2. allow
  3. prevent
  4. ignore
Grade 6 :: English Language Arts by shelbylyn
Grade 6 :: Vocabulary by shelleygeorge
Ten years:
  1. cantankerous
  2. decade
  3. exquisite
  4. ferocious
Grade 6 :: Capitalization and Punctuation by JoannaSampson1
Grade 6 :: Point of View by mwalthers
Grade 6 :: Sentence Structure by Pixley12
Grade 6 :: Context Clues by shelbylyn
Grade 6 :: Context Clues by tgmorris66
Snakes are apodal. They slither rather than walk.
What does apodal mean?
  1. having four feet
  2. having two feet
  3. having no feet
  4. having two hands
Grade 6 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by shelleygeorge
Based on your knowledge of the affix "belli", choose the correct definition for the following vocabulary word: BELLIGERENT
  1. an uprising among a group of people
  2. hostile or aggressive
  3. a large space for an audience
  4. a crazy mob of people
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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