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Grade 2 Social Studies
What languages did Mary Musgrove speak?
  1. French and English
  2. English and Spanish
  3. Creek and English
Grade 12 Beowulf
The history of English is divided into three categories. What are they?
  1. Old English, Middle English, Modern English
  2. Ancient English, Proto-Germanic, Regular English
  3. French, Latin, Greek
  4. Contemporary English, Shakespearean English, Chaucerian English
Grade 9 Africa and Middle East
Continuing Education Capitalization and Punctuation
Which sentence is correct?
  1. Shes my English teacher.
  2. She's my English teacher.
  3. She's my English, teacher.
  4. She's my english teacher.
Grade 4 Context Clues
The actor affects an English accent. This means that he:
  1. speaks with a pretend English accent
  2. speaks with an English accent because he is English
  3. can't understand people who speak with English accents
  4. loves listening to English accents.
Grade 9 Canadian Geography
The two official languages of Canada are                     .
  1. English and Spanish.
  2. French and Spanish.
  3. Italian and African.
  4. English and French.
Grade 10 Canada
What are the two main languages spoken in Canada?
  1. French and Italian
  2. French and Spanish
  3. English and French
  4. Portuguese and English
Grade 7 Capitalization and Punctuation
Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly?
  1. Mrs. Duarte is our English teacher.
  2. Mrs Duarte is our English teacher.
  3. Mrs. Duarte is our English teacher?
  4. Mrs Duarte is our English teacher?
Grade 3 Subject-Verb Agreement CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.3.1f
Select the sentence in which the subject and the verb agree in number.
  1. They is going to take an English test today.
  2. They am going to take an English test today.
  3. They be going to take an English test today.
  4. They are going to take an English test today.
Grade 11 Frequently Misspelled Words CCSS: CCRA.L.3, L.11-12.3
When writing, using a word like SPECTACLES or EYEGLASSES instead of the word GLASSES represents:
  1. regional word choice
  2. American English
  3. British English
  4. using a thesaurus
Grade 11 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Grade 11 Rhetoric and Propaganda
Grade 11 Rhetoric and Propaganda
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