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Grade 6 Spelling
Which word is spelled correctly?
  1. completly
  2. completely
  3. completeley
Grade 7 Spelling
Indicate the correct spelling.
  1. compleetly
  2. completly
  3. completely
  4. comepletly
Grade 8 Frequently Misspelled Words
Choose the correct spelling of the word.
  1. completly
  2. compltely
  3. completely
  4. completeley
Grade 4 Spelling
Grade 9 Acids and Bases
A strong base
  1. dissociates completely in solution.
  2. does not dissociate completely.
Grade 7 Sentence Structure
Grade 4 Zoology
The larva and pupa stages are part of
  1. incomplete metamorphosis.
  2. complete metamorphosis.
  3. neither complete or incomplete metamorphosis.
  4. both complete and incomplete metamorphosis.
Grade 4 Zoology
The nymph stage is part of
  1. complete metamorphosis.
  2. incomplete metamorphosis.
  3. both complete and incomplete metamorphosis.
  4. neither complete or incomplete metamorphosis.
Grade 5 Types of Sentences
My dog is at the vet today.
  1. Complete
  2. Incomplete
Grade 5 Types of Sentences
Car lot empty
  1. Complete
  2. Incomplete
Grade 6 Sentence Structure
THE SUN is much bigger than any of the planets.
  1. simple subject
  2. complete subject
  3. simple predicate
  4. complete predicate
Grade 6 Sentence Structure
Ms. Freeman's class WRITES THE MOST WONDERFUL RESPONSES TO THEIR JOURNAL PROMPTS.
  1. simple subject
  2. complete subject
  3. simple predicate
  4. complete predicate
Grade 7 Sentence Structure CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.7.1a
In a sentence, all the words that come BEFORE the verb are called the:
  1. simple subject
  2. simple predicate
  3. complete subject
  4. complete predicate
Grade 8 Sentence Structure
Verb or verb phrase.
  1. Simple Subject
  2. Complete Subject
  3. Simple Predicate
  4. Complete Predicate
Grade 8 Nouns
Whom or what the sentence is about - noun or pronoun.
  1. Simple Subject
  2. Complete Subject
  3. Simple Predicate
  4. Complete Prediate
Grade 8 Sentence Structure
Contains a verb or verb phrase and all the words that complete its meaning.
  1. Simple Subject
  2. Complete Subject
  3. Simple Predicate
  4. Complete Predicate
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