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SIXTH GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS 7TH GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS 8TH GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS 6TH, 7TH AND 8TH MATH CHALLENGE 6TH, 7TH AND 8 TH READING
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What is A
Choose the sentence that is correctly written and is not a fragment or run-on.

A. His name was known throughout the land.
B. Throughout the land.
C. His name was known. Throughout the land.
D.
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What is A
Choose the sentence that best combines the following two sentences.

I was totally engrossed in the book.
I skipped dinner to finish the book.

A. I was so engrossed in the book, I skipped dinner to finish it.
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What is
20. Choose the best topic sentence for the paragraph.

_____________________________________________________________ She had been visiting her
best friend Maxine for the past week and they had traveled t
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What is C
Choose the equation you could use to solve this problem.

Jenny had 3 times as many pieces of candy as Mike. Rita had 22 more pieces than Jenny. Mike had 17
pieces of candy. How many pieces of candy does Rita have?

A. 3
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What is D
Read the passage and complete Blank 2.

Many people feel that it is cruel to keep animals in the zoo. Those who feel this way would
explain that animals kept in 1 have a poor quality of life because they don't ha
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What is D
How can the error in the following sentence be fixed?

There I was, sitting alone at the store, waiting for.

A. Add the name "Ambika" after the word "was."
B. Remove the word "There."
C. Remove the wo
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What is B
Choose the best order for the sentences.

1. He loved his work on the Mississippi River and even took his pen name from a river phrase meaning
"two fathoms deep."
2. Twain was born in Florida, Missouri in 1835.
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What is
Choose the best topic sentence for the paragraph.

_____________________________________________________________ This is because the Earth
is the only planet in our solar system with large bodies of water, wh
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What is C
Reading at a rate of 5 minutes per page, how much time will it take Joe to read all 10 of his books, each
containing 90 pages? Choose the best answer.

A. 27,000 seconds
B. 450 minutes
C. 75 hours
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What is C
Read the passage and complete Blank 2.

Twenty years ago, if you had a grade point average of 3.0 or better, you were almost guaranteed
to be admitted to a state college. Today, things are very different. Most high scho
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What is D
Choose the sentence that is correctly written and is not a fragment or run-on.

A. We have sold forty tickets, to next week's play.
B. We have sold. Next week's play.
C. We have sold forty tickets; next week
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What is D
Choose the word that best completes the sentence.
Jennifer was just about to start walking home. her mom showed up.
A. So
B. Third
C. In conclusion
D. Then
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What is
Read the selection below and answer the following question.

Americans will always have a special place in their hearts for a man who epitomizes the
American spirit, Benjamin Franklin. While many remember Franklin for fl
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What is B
Translate the following word problem into an expression.

This week Vashti ran ten miles less than twice the number of miles she ran during the week before.
How many miles did Vashti run this week? Let x represent the number of
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What is B
Decide whether the underlined event is the cause or the effect.

Peter broke the expensive lamp; therefore, his mother had to punish him.

A. cause
B. effect
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What is A
4. Which of the following would best complete the sentence?

I hope I do not have any ____________ pulled when I go to the dentist.

A. teeth
B. teethes
C. toothes
D. tooths
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What is A
Which of the following sentences is written correctly?

A. You should go to the movies.
B. You should ought to go to the movies.
C. You shouldn't never go to the movies.
D. You don't never go to
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What is
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.

A. We can't let our bikes unlocked again.
B. We can't leave our bikes unlocked again.
C. We can't leaved our bikes unlocked again.
D. We can't left
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What is B
What is the value of b?

10.75 = 4.3b

A. 6.45
B. 2.5
C. 46.225
D. 14.75
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What is A
Identify the underlined portion of the sentence as either the cause or the effect.

Fossils contain a radioactive element called carbon-14, which can be used to estimate the age of the
fossil.

A. cause
B.
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What is C
Which of the following is a sentence fragment?

A. A song played on the radio.
B. A deer ran across the field.
C. A smoky haze over the city.
D. A book is a great gift.
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What is D
How can the error in the following sentence be fixed?

When I blew out my birthday candles, I wished for love, happiness, and for there to be peace.

A. remove the phrase "I wished for love"
B. add the word "my" af
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What is
Choose the word or phrase that best completes the sentence.

A map ____________________ the location of places.

A. show
B. will shows
C. shows
D. showen
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What is D
Mr. Rivera has a jar full of nickels, dimes, and quarters. There are three times as many nickels as there
are dimes. There are 20 more quarters than dimes. The jar contains 56 quarters. How many nickels are
there?

A. 116
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What is A
Identify the underlined portion of the sentence as either the cause or the effect.

In an effort to save birds of prey from hunters, the Hawk Mountain Sanctuary in Pennsylvania was
created in 1934 as a refuge.

A. cause




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