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Twelfth Grade (Grade 12) Vocabulary Questions

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Grade 12 Root Words CCSS: CCRA.R.4, RI.11-12.4

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Grade 12 Root Words
Which word means "absence of the government"?
  1. Anarchy
  2. Aristocracy
  3. Autocracy
  4. Autonomy
Grade 12 Root Words
Government run by officials is called
  1. Democracy
  2. Bureaucracy
  3. Gerontocracy
  4. Kekistocracy
Grade 12 Vocabulary
Many students screaming in the hall way create...
  1. pandemonium
  2. dally
  3. vast
  4. metacognition
Grade 12 Root Words
Murder of one's children is called
  1. Foeticide
  2. Filicide
  3. Fratricide
  4. Homicide
Grade 12 Synonyms CCSS: L.11-12.6
Tenacious most nearly means
  1. golden.
  2. bright.
  3. stubborn.
  4. relaxed.
Grade 12 Root Words
Grade 12 Root Words
What is the definition of UNILATERAL?
  1. having or formed of two sides
  2. relating to or situated on the side
  3. relating to the mind
  4. affecting only one side
Grade 12 Root Words
Grade 12 Defining Words
  1. someone or something that causes something to happen or change
  2. relating to the mind
  3. a closed container with selected living plants and sometimes small animals are kept and observed
  4. a great, often sudden calamity
Grade 12 Root Words
Psychological means
  1. relating to the mind
  2. characteristic of the normal functioning of a living organism
  3. affecting only one side
  4. something or someone that speaks ill of
Grade 12 Vocabulary
Opinions are can be very
  1. factual
  2. dally
  3. vast
  4. biased
Grade 12 Defining Words
Demoralize means
  1. to read or obscure or illegible matter
  2. to undermine confidence or morale
  3. something or someone that speaks ill of
  4. a great, often sudden calamity
Grade 12 Defining Words
Define comparing
  1. to examine (two or more objects, ideas, people, etc.) in order to note similarities and differences
  2. to compare in order to show unlikeness or differences; note the opposite natures, purposes, etc.
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