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Vocabulary Review (Grade 6)

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                           means to gather; collect
As early people moved throughout the continent, they learned to ____________, or fit their ways, to live in different environments.

Good enough:
  1. adequate
  2. agony
  3. audible
  4. brawny
  1. judge, in your own words
  2. put together, create
  3. break apart, study the pieces
  4. tell how, put it in your own words
To take into consideration in advance:
  1. apparent
  2. catastrophic
  3. anticipate
  4. occupation
Suitable, proper:
  1. appropriate
  2. contradict
  3. fraud
  4. heritage
An artifact is                                         .
  1. anything in a museum
  2. anything you can buy at the store
  3. anything made by humans in modern times
  4. anything made by humans in ancient times
The opposite of BENEFIT would be:
  1. disadvantage
  2. advantage
  3. event
  4. party
To determine or compute:
  1. calculate
  2. caculate
  3. calculatte
  4. calculat
  1. a firm belief; accused of and found guilty of a crime
  2. to speak or declare against
  3. sudden widespread disaster
  4. state of confusion or disorder; lack of organization
When a story's events are related in the order in which they appear, it is called                     .
  1. problem and solution
  2. cause and effect
  3. chronological
  4. main idea
What is a CITIZEN?
  1. a person that is in a new country
  2. a person who is born in a country or who has earned the right to become a member of that country by law
  3. a person that travels very far
  4. a person from a foreign country
A ____________ is a culture that usually has cities and well-developed forms of government and learning.

If COMPOSE means to create, then DECOMPOSE means to take apart.
  1. True
  2. False
The last paragraph of a paper that sums up the information and restates the thesis statement:
  1. conclusion
  2. sources
  3. audience
  4. introduction
Two figures that are the SAME shape and SAME size are considered                .

What is the outcome of something that occurred earlier?

What can you                 using the LEGOS in this box?
  1. argue
  2. construct
  3. passage
  4. repair
  5. effect
Something that is CONTINUOUS ends.
  1. True
  2. False
What does CONTRAST mean?
  1. pleasing or appropriate
  2. a part of an area of something
  3. to largely differ
  4. pass time in sleep
When I donate my old clothes to the poor, I                 them.
  1. sell
  2. destroy
  3. contribute
  4. withhold
She is about to                 that she will run for office.
  1. deeclair
  2. deaclare
  3. declare
  4. declaire
What is a government formed by the people called?

I enjoy listening to Morgan Freeman as he                 "March of the Penguins".
  1. narrated
  2. narrator
  3. narrates
  4. narrate
Very large:
  1. lagoon
  2. massive
  3. unique
  4. gorgeous
When Susie broke her arm, it make it difficult to                 and complete simple household chores.
  1. stamina
  2. manipulate
  3. serena
  4. mimic
We have rather LOFTY expectations for you, son. You will attend college. You will become rich and famous. You will be elected President of the United States before you turn forty.

Which is a synonym of LOFTY?
  1. high
  2. shaky
  3. small
  4. lowly
To bring water for crops from somewhere else:
  1. peddling
  2. contribution
  3. irrigate
  4. trenching
My teacher                      that we write my name and the date on the top of every paper.
The hypothesis is the
  1. educated guess.
  2. data collection.
  3. final result.
  4. plotted graph.
The study of the past:
  1. geology
  2. archaeology
  3. history
  4. social studies
Our founding fathers believed in a                 by the people, of the people, and for the people.
  1. govern
  2. governor
  3. governing
  4. government
You know you have a true friend when they are                .
  1. gross
  2. gritty
  3. coarse
  4. genuine
Gabby loves having friends over, this is a                occurrence
  1. frequent
  2. irregular
  3. rare
  4. momentous
Extremely fierce or violent:
  1. adequate
  2. agony
  3. audible
  4. ferocious

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