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Grade 3 Subject-Verb Agreement
Grade 5 The BFG
What does the BFG put on the front of each dream jar?
  1. The name of the dream.
  2. If it is a good or bad dream.
  3. Details about the dream.
  4. If the dream is for a boy or girl.
None Nouns

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dream
  1. dreams
  2. dreames
  3. dreamies
  4. dreami
None Vocabulary
dream
  1. something you really want to do during your lifetime
  2. tale set in imaginary world with imaginary characters
  3. leader of a town or city
  4. entertainer who performs dramatic or musical work
Grade 1 African-American Literature
At night, Peter had a dream. He dreamed that
  1. all the snow melted.
  2. he met Santa Claus.
  3. all his wishes came true.
  4. he ate all the candy he wanted.
Grade 5 Themes CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.5.2

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Grade 5 The BFG
What is a trogglehumper?
  1. A good dream.
  2. A vegetable.
  3. A mean giant.
  4. A bad dream.
Grade 3 Point of View

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The speaker of the poem "How the Leaves Came Down" is
  1. singing a song
  2. putting on a play
  3. dreaming a dream
  4. telling a story
Grade 2 Defining Words
imagined while asleep or awake
  1. enjoyed
  2. nighttime
  3. dreamed
Grade 2 Defining Words
Grade 2 Defining Words
something exciting that a person does
  1. adventure
  2. delighted
  3. dreamed
Grade 1 Rhymes


What rhymes with this?
  1. mess
  2. fresh
  3. dream
None Vocabulary
Grade 11 Short Stories (Non-Fiction)

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In Passage 1, the author uses the term "visual dust" to describe
  1. the mental process of dreaming.
  2. how humans interpret their dreams.
  3. the inspiration for and composition of our dreams.
  4. particles of dust that land on humans' eyelids.
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