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4th Grade Summer Review Quiz (Grade 4)

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4th Grade Summer Review Quiz

Choose the BEST way to rewrite the following sentence:

She needed facts about swans ducks and geese.
  1. She needed facts about swans, ducks and geese.
  2. She needed facts about swans, ducks, and geese.
  3. She needed facts about swans, ducks and, geese.
  4. Best as it is.
Which is an example of hyperbole?
  1. Her mother told her a million times.
  2. She is one silly girl.
  3. I enjoy having you all in class.
  4. You're a very special person.
Scrabble is a game that provides hours of challenging fun for you and your friends. In this game you use your letters to build new words from words already on the game board. Scrabble is a fun way to learn new words and meanings.

What is the main idea of the passage?
  1. Scrabble is challenging and fun.
  2. Scrabble is a good game for building vocabulary.
  3. It takes skill to play a good game.
  4. Scrabble can take hours to play.
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. "The snipe is related to the gull," Ann continued.
  2. "The snipe is related to the gull." Ann continued.
  3. "The snipe is related to the gull!" Ann continued.
  4. "The snipe is related to the gull" Ann continued.
What type of sentence is this?

Are you going to the dance?
  1. imperative
  2. declarative
  3. interrogative
  4. exclamatory
Read the sentence below.

Several students in the fourth grade are in hot water after cheating on their spelling test.

What does the idiom IN HOT WATER mean?
  1. Made good choices
  2. Are smart
  3. Are in trouble
  4. Were absent
When something doesn't make sense, you say it's nonsense. So the prefix non- most likely means
  1. lots of.
  2. not.
  3. full of.
  4. one who.
The tortoise and the hare were going to have a race. The hare knew he was faster than the tortoise. After the race had begun, the hare decided he was fast enough that he could take a break and catch up to the tortoise later. The tortoise, even though he was slow, kept trying his hardest to win the race. When the hare tried to catch up and beat the tortoise it was too late. He had waited too long to try to win the race and the tortoise beat him.

Which statement provides the best moral for this story?
  1. Being fast means you always win.
  2. Slow and steady wins the race.
  3. You should give up if you are the slowest.
  4. Winning isn't everything.
Choose the sentence that uses commas correctly.
  1. Three special guests, visited our class this year.
  2. A scientist, Dr. Smith, talked to our class about how our brains work.
  3. Jan's grandma is the librarian, for the high school.
  4. And another person is coming, the day after tomorrow.
What might an INQUISITIVE person might say?
  1. "I never ask questions."
  2. "I would love to learn more about that."
  3. "I know all I need to know about multiplication."
  4. "Learning new vocabulary is boring."
Choose the best word to use to replace the word in ALL CAPS and fix the double negative.

I never talk to NOBODY at school.
  1. anybody
  2. no one
  3. someone
  4. none
Identify the action verb in this sentence:
My friends texted each other often.
  1. friends
  2. each
  3. often
  4. texted
Jetta is using the following sentences to write a report about pets in the White House.
(1)Many U.S. presidents and their families have owned pets.
(2)Creatures from parrots to tigers have made a home at the White House.
(3)He also made room for raccoons, a bobcat, a goose, a bear, and a hippo!
(4)Calvin Coolidge had dogs, cats, and birds.

What order should Jetta place her sentences?
  1. 1, 2, 4, 3
  2. 3, 4, 1, 2
  3. 2, 4, 1, 3
  4. 4, 1, 2, 3
Choose the word(s) that best completes the following sentence.

Karen                       in groups compared to individual tasks.
  1. is preferring working
  2. prefers works
  3. prefers be
  4. prefers to work
What two words are being compared in the following sentence?

George is lightning as he runs the race.
  1. George and race
  2. George and runs
  3. George and lightning
Choose a good topic sentence for these details.

In almost 100 years only about twelve white tigers have been seen in India.
They are almost extinct. Most of the ones living are in zoos, not in their natural habitat.
  1. The white tiger's diet consists mostly of deer and antelope.
  2. White tigers have white fur, blue eyes, and a pink nose.
  3. White tigers are extremely difficult to find in the wilderness.
  4. White tigers are still hunted in the wilderness today.
Choose the best possessive adjective to fill in the blank.

Where did Calvin and Sierra get                 dog?
  1. my
  2. his
  3. their
  4. its
Choose the correctly spelled SPELLING word.
  1. fellowe
  2. fellow
  3. felow
  4. felluw
Choose the correct possessive to fill in the blank.

Did you find                 backpack?
  1. Laura's
  2. Laura
  3. Lauras
  4. Lauras'
These sentences from a story are in the wrong order.

(1)Farmers grow them on their farms. (2)People eat the roots and leaves of the turnip plant. (3)People plant them in their home gardens. (4)The roots are white balls that grow under the ground.

Which sentence needs to be first in the story?
  1. 1
  2. 3
  3. 2
  4. 4
We had to TRIM the items on our list so we could afford everything.

If add is an antonym of trim, then trim means:
  1. pay
  2. close
  3. increase
  4. cut
Read the poem and then answer the question.

*They rush about from room to room
Like little cars that go ZOOM, ZOOM.
They pack their lunches, pick up their books,
And grab their coats off the backdoor hooks.
My tail wags as their car speeds away.
I can finally lie on the couch for the rest of the day!*

Which line from the poem lets the reader know this poem is written in first person?
  1. They rush about from room to room
  2. They pack their lunches, pick up their books,
  3. And grab their coats off the backdoor hooks.
  4. My tail wags as their car speeds away.
When he finally returned home, he went to work for another chemist for a few months. One day he cut his hand badly when a glass bottle of poisonous chemicals he was holding broke. After he was well again, his father loaned him the money to open his own small chemist shop.

What is the text structure of this paragraph?
  1. Compare & Contrast
  2. Chronological Order or Sequence
  3. Cause and Effect
  4. Problem Solution
Choose the spelling word that is spelled correctly.
  1. countryes
  2. counntries
  3. countres
  4. countries
Poppa started the car. Brum! Brum! Brum!
What type of figurative language is being used in this example?
  1. alliteration
  2. personification
  3. onomatopoeia
  4. hyperbole
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