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Grade 8 Defining Words
to itemize series of ideas or examples
  1. compliment
  2. compare
  3. list
  4. detail
Grade 5 Spelling
Choose a correctly spelled word.
  1. deetail
  2. detale
  3. deetale
  4. detail
Grade 3 Defining Words
  1. plain
  2. powerful
  3. pleasant
  4. detailed
Grade 5 Defining Words
specific information about the main idea
  1. opinion
  2. detail
  3. dialogue
  4. event
Grade 5 Defining Words CCSS: CCRA.L.4, L.5.4
the process of doing something
  1. prepared
  2. entire
  3. action
  4. details
Grade 3 Synonyms
  1. exquisite
  2. detailed
  3. covered
  4. unnatural
Grade 7 Spelling
Which word is spelled incorrectly?
  1. beleive
  2. detailed
  3. redundant
  4. ridiculous
Grade 5 Defining Words
to retell or restate in one's own words
  1. detail
  2. topic
  3. paraphrase
  4. fact
Grade 4 Capitalization and Punctuation
What change, if any, should be made in the sentence below?

Did you skim the story for details.
  1. Change the period after "details" to an exclamation point.
  2. Change the period after "details" to a comma.
  3. Change the period after "details" to a question mark
  4. Make no change
Grade 3 Main Idea
The purpose of a supporting detail is:
  1. to tell you the main idea
  2. to give more information about the main idea
  3. to give you the conclusion
  4. to tell you who the narrator is
Grade 8 Defining Words
explained or described in detail
  1. specified
  2. subdued
  3. pang
  4. melancholy
Grade 8 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.1, CCRA.R.5, RI.8.1, RI.8.5

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Which of the following details least fits with the other details in paragraph 5?
  1. It is very frequently buttered in the air, bitten in gouges, and still held in the face and eyes of the table with the marks of the teeth on it.
  2. This is certainly not altogether pleasant, and it is better to cut it, a bit at a time, after buttering it, and put piece by piece in the mouth with one's finger and thumb
  3. It is not considered good taste to mix food on the same plate.
  4. Salt must be left on the side of the plate and never on the tablecloth.
Grade 7 Main Idea
What are the two most important things to look for when trying to find the main idea?
  1. general ideas and the purpose
  2. specific details and the purpose
  3. general ideas and the setting
  4. specific details and the setting
Grade 5 Defining Words
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