Final Exam

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Quiz on Final Exam, created by Ms. Wong-Lee on 01/04/2017.
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Question 1

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abdicate
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  • carefree, cheerful, showing no concern
  • to calm someone down
  • to give up power or control
  • extreme dislike or hatred

Question 2

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Abut
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  • To plead beg or act humblu
  • to store something away for future use
  • to lighten or cause to rise
  • to be on the border of something

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Adapt
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  • To prevent
  • to adjust to change
  • to make something shiny
  • to thicken into a mass

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aghast
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  • to increase, to grow, or to intensify
  • to collect or to accumulate
  • easily convinced
  • to be in wonder or fear, great horror

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Ample
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  • Plenty,more than enough
  • to increase, to grow
  • leaving nothing out
  • understood by only a few

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Apparition
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  • Bias or favoritism
  • a ghostly figure
  • freedom; a geographical term
  • to increase, grow, or intensify

Question 7

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Armistice
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  • A temporary cease-fire between warring parties
  • a period of time or break between governments
  • a strong challenge to authority
  • bias or favoritism

Question 8

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Articulate
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  • lacking harmony
  • using language to be clearly understood
  • that which cannot be avoided
  • permanent or ongoing

Question 9

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Assert
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  • to insist on something, or state strongly
  • to cause, to bring about
  • to grow larger
  • to pull apart

Question 10

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Attest
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  • extreme dislike
  • to increase or grow
  • carefree cheerful
  • to declare something is true

Question 11

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Bask
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  • Carefree, cheerful
  • to laugh at or make fun of
  • to relax in warmth or be satisfied
  • extreme dislike, hatred

Question 12

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Doctrine
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  • an overwhelming amount
  • to increase, to grow
  • a body of teaching, or knowledge, or belief system
  • an amateur in the arts

Question 13

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Endow
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  • to give or provide
  • to increase or grow
  • to confuse or puzzle
  • making peace, solve a dispute

Question 14

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Epitaph
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  • A belief system
  • to collect, to accumulate
  • slyness or cunning
  • an inscription on a tomb

Question 15

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Grapple
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  • to upset or harm
  • to make impure
  • to struggle with or hold on to
  • to trim down, reduce

Question 16

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Jaunty
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  • to collect onesel
  • buoyantly self-confident or dapper
  • sharp intelligence and judgement
  • attempt to make peace,solve problems

Question 17

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Judicious
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  • to collect, accumulate
  • to increase
  • unusual or extraordinary
  • having good judgement

Question 18

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Juncture
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  • severe poverty
  • someone involved in a lawsuit
  • a place where two thing meet
  • excessively pampered boy

Question 19

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Maim
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  • to cause severe injury
  • to prevent
  • carefree, cheerful
  • extreme dislike, hatred

Question 20

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Milieu
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  • carefree, cheerful
  • to grow rapidly, bloom
  • to make shiny
  • cultural and social surroundings

Question 21

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Myriad
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  • to collect, accumulate
  • variety, a great number of things
  • a deep sense of guilt
  • making peace, solving problems

Question 22

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Opus
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  • an effect or result of something
  • severe poverty
  • a special privilege
  • a musical composition or literary work

Question 23

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Ornate
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  • worthy of being praised
  • beautifully detailed, showy or decorated
  • easily understood, not hard to follow
  • easily angered or quick-tempered

Question 24

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Pallid
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  • Based on unproven theory
  • unusually pale, weak
  • permanent or ongoing
  • not favoring anyone

Question 25

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Prodigal
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  • A person who wastes money
  • complete absence of government
  • to collect or accumulate
  • to increase, or grow

Question 26

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Recourse
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  • something that comes before
  • an effect or result of something
  • assistance or method of obtaining assistance
  • severe poverty

Question 27

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Resolute
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  • Showing or having a fixed purpose
  • Sensitivity tobeauty
  • Making peace; solving problems
  • to collect for oneself

Question 28

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Rue
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  • extreme dislike or hatred
  • to compete
  • to feel sorrow or regret
  • undecided, vacillate

Question 29

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Simper
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  • buoyantly carefree; dapper
  • carefree, cheerful
  • smile in a silly way
  • to prevent

Question 30

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tether
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  • unusually pale or weak
  • cultural and social surroundings
  • very much alike; related
  • to tie something to something

Question 31

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Trepidation
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  • ones bearing or manner; attitude
  • twisted or distorted
  • fearful uncertainty or anxiety
  • having good judgment

Question 32

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Vie
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  • To strive for victory; compete
  • feelings of sorrow or regret
  • unusually pale or weak
  • twisted or distorted

Question 33

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waif
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  • a lonely, needy young person
  • one who wastes his riches and means
  • not straightforward
  • to severely injure

Question 34

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Waver
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  • Ones bearing or manner; attitude
  • a musical composition or literary work
  • A body of teaching; a belief
  • Going back and forth; undecisive

Question 35

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Wry
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  • Twisted and Distorted
  • Pale and weak
  • a silly smile
  • A lonely needy young person

Question 36

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abase
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  • to shorten or lessen
  • to embarrass or shame
  • to do something to make up for a wrong
  • to suspend meeting until a later time

Question 37

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abridge
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  • a hospital for the mentally incompetent; a place of rest
  • make up for an unkind act or mistake
  • hard to do requiring much effort
  • to shorten or lessen; reduce

Question 38

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atone
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  • adhering, sticking to; someone who follows or believes in someone or something
  • hard to do, very difficult
  • to make up for a mistake, or wrong doing
  • to degrade or put down someone verbally

Question 39

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admonish
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  • to scold gently; to advise against something
  • highly skilled; masterful; expert
  • sanctuary, shelter, place of peace
  • hard to do requiring much effort

Question 40

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adept
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  • adhering to, someone who follows someone else
  • highly skilled
  • to embarrass or shame someone; lower yourself
  • to take something secretly

Question 41

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adherent
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  • Break from a meeting
  • Someone who follows a doctrine and helps spread the word
  • to scold gently; advise against
  • hard to do; difficult

Question 42

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adjourn
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  • to degrade or put down
  • hard to do; requiring much effort
  • highly skilled; masterful; expert
  • Break from a meeting or gathering

Question 43

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asylum
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  • make up for an unkind deed or mistake
  • sanctuary shelter, place of refuge or peace
  • to scold gently
  • requiring much effort

Question 44

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arduous
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  • to shorten or reduce, lessen in length
  • to degrade or put down
  • hard to do, difficult, requiring much effort
  • to do something to make up for a wrong

Question 45

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diligent
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  • Behave well or properly
  • to involve in a conflict or difficulty; to throw into confusion
  • the waste or impurities removed from refined metal;
  • Doing one's work in a careful, steady way

Question 46

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autocratic
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  • to make easier; to assist
  • Fraudulent; having a misleading appearance.
  • A single ruler with complete authority
  • to remove the color from; to make or turn pale

Question 47

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facilitate
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  • to promote, aid or make easy
  • to involve in a conflict or difficulty
  • A single ruler with complete authority
  • To behave; to act according to what is expected

Question 48

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embroil
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  • to be defiant; shameless; harsh sounding or loud.
  • to make easier; to assist
  • Fraudulent; having a misleading appearance
  • to involve in a conflict or difficulty; to throw into confusion

Question 49

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bogus
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  • the waste or impurities removed from refined metal
  • to make easier; to assist
  • Fraudulent; having a misleading appearance
  • Doing one's work in a careful, steady way; working hard; industrious

Question 50

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comport
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  • Force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action
  • to spread or scatter freely or widely;
  • To behave; to act according to what is expected.
  • to be defiant; shameless; harsh sounding or loud.

Question 51

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blanch
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  • Spread out; not concentrated in one place.
  • Doing one's work in a careful, steady way; working hard; industrious
  • Turn pale, as if in fear
  • refuse, trash, waste products

Question 52

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Which of these is a simple sentence?
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  • I voted for the class president.
  • All the music.
  • in the forest.
  • Went to the big game yesterday.

Question 53

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Which of these is a compound sentence?
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  • The Johnsons moved in next door
  • Don’t cheat on your test.
  • Molly, Keisha and Ben had a lemonade sale
  • I liked visiting New York, but I don’t want to live there.

Question 54

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Read the two simple sentences below. Choose the compound sentence that joins them with the right punctuation. She’ll learn to play the piano. She’ll learn to play the trumpet.
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  • She’ll learn to play the piano, she’ll learn to play the trumpet.
  • She’ll learn to play the piano, or she’ll learn to play the trumpet.
  • She’ll learn to play the piano she’ll learn to play the trumpet.
  • She’ll learn to play the piano or she’ll learn to play the trumpet.

Question 55

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Which of the following is an independent clause?
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  • After the rain,
  • Until the bus came.
  • I don’t like snakes.
  • While we waited,

Question 56

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Which of the following is a dependent clause?
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  • Because she was too young,
  • Jesse climbed a mountain.
  • The dog ran into the forest.
  • I can speak Spanish.

Question 57

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Which of the following is a complex sentence?
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  • It’s good to reduce, reuse and recycle.
  • Pollution is bad for the environment.
  • Even though it takes more time, we should recycle.
  • I would never throw trash on the ground

Question 58

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In a text with a sequence text structure, the author
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  • describes a topic and its characteristics.
  • tells about events in the order they happened.
  • explains how things are similar and different.
  • describes a problem and then explains how someone solved it.

Question 59

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In a text with a compare and contrast text structure, the author
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  • explains something that happened and the reasons why
  • tells about events in the order they happened.
  • explains how things are similar and different
  • describes a problem and then explains how someone solved it.

Question 60

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In a text with a cause and effect text structure, the author
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  • explains something that happened and the reasons why.
  • tells about events in the order they happened.
  • describes a topic and its characteristics.
  • describes a problem and then explains how someone solved it.

Question 61

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4. Identify the main text structure used in the passage below. Many students in the US say that they've been bullied at school. Natalie Hampton is a high school student who was bullied a lot in middle school. She often had no one to sit with at lunch. So she created a phone app called "Sit With Us." This app lets students sign up and post when there are free seats at their lunch tables. These students have promised to be kind to those who come sit with them. Hampton hopes her app will help students find people to sit with without fear of being bullied.
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  • description
  • problem and solution
  • compare and contrast
  • sequence

Question 62

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Identify the main text structure used in the passage below. A river is a large natural stream of flowing water. The source of a river is the place where the river starts. This is usually the highest point in the river. Many rivers begin in springs, places where underground water flows to the Earth’s surface. Some rivers begin in melting glaciers high up in the mountains or in lakes.
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  • sequence
  • description
  • cause and effect
  • problem and solution

Question 63

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Identify the main text structure used in the passage below. Robots that look like humans are called androids. But not all robots are androids. The industrial robots used in manufacturing and production look like machines and not at all like human beings. So what does an android have in common with an industrial robot? They both have computers. And they both have sensors to gather information and ways to interact with their environments, too.
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  • problem and solution
  • compare and contrast
  • cause and effect
  • sequence

Question 64

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Identify the main text structure used in the passage below. A current is a steady flow of water in the ocean. In the Pacific Ocean, garbage from the shore and ships gets trapped by ocean currents. The currents move the trash into a large area in the middle of the ocean. This has created a swirling mass of plastics and seawater called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
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  • cause and effect
  • compare and contrast
  • problem and solution
  • description

Question 65

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Identify the main text structure used in the passage below. The Greenland shark can grow to be around 16 feet long. It’s an apex predator, an animal that is at the top of the food chain. No other creatures prey on apex predators. The Greenland shark can live to be about 400 years old, making it the the longest-living vertebrate animal.
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  • sequence
  • compare and contrast
  • description
  • cause and effect
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