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Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by reelislick
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by reelislick
If a newspaper reporter writes objectively, it means she writes--
  1. with passion and energy
  2. from her point of view using her feelings
  3. by telling untruths
  4. without emotion or giving her opinion
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by reelislick
"Jace went to three successive classes." This means:
  1. He got A's in three classes
  2. He failed three classes
  3. Three exciting classes
  4. Three classes in a row
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by reelislick
"Gabby made an appeal to the parents about buying new cheerleader uniforms." This means:
  1. She complained to them
  2. She yelled at them
  3. She asked them for help
  4. She ignored the parents
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by reelislick
"My love for her was extinguished." The use of extinguished tells us:
  1. the relationship is getting hot
  2. the relationship is just starting
  3. the relationship is done
  4. the relationship is fake
Grade 9 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by Morgan_Poppe
If "-relat" means similar, then CORRELATE means...
  1. mutual relation of two or more things, parts, etc.
  2. to spend time with others in a group
  3. to put things in order
  4. work together in a harmonious fashion
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by reelislick
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by lisamarie137
What is another word for foe?
  1. friend
  2. fight
  3. enemy
  4. roommate
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by LindaKillebrew
The song was inaudible so Mary had to turn up the volume.

In this sentence the word inaudible means:
  1. able to be heard
  2. able to be seen
  3. unable to be heard
  4. unable to be seen
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by Savoire
Credulous
  1. alone; lonely
  2. breaks between successive sounds
  3. gullible, eager to believe
  4. resilient; having endurance
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by torresam
What is a synonym for the word SUBSTANTIATE?
  1. confirm
  2. diverse
  3. reflect
  4. stage
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by torresam
Which word is a synonym for the word CAUTIOUS?
  1. prudent
  2. substantiate
  3. varied
  4. stage
Grade 9 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by Morgan_Poppe
Grade 9 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by Morgan_Poppe
If "-bol" means throw, then HYPERBOLE means
  1. extreme in degree
  2. exaggeration; overstatement
  3. surrender
  4. occurring below the earth's surface
Grade 9 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by Morgan_Poppe
If "mon" means warn, the ADMONISH means
  1. to caution, advise, or counsel against something
  2. to make less severe; lighten
  3. to be hostile towards someone
  4. to completely destroy
Grade 9 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by Morgan_Poppe
If "-dictio" mean devoted, then ADDICTION means
  1. following someone around
  2. in love
  3. state of being enslaved to a habit or practice
  4. to write a lot
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