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Welcome

Welcome

to

Jeopardy!


Welcome

  • Directions:

  • Scroll through the presentation and enter the answers (which are really the questions) and the questions (which are really the answers).

  • Enter in the categories on the main game boards.

  • As you play the game, click on the TEXT DOLLAR AMOUNT that the contestant calls, not the surrounding box.

  • When they have given a question, click again anywhere on the screen to see the correct question. Keep track of which questions have already been picked by printing out the game board screen and checking off as you go.

  • Click on the “Game” box to return to the main scoreboard.

  • Enter the score into the black box on each players podium.

  • Continue until all clues are given.

  • When finished, DO NOT save the game. This will overwrite the program with the scores and data you enter. You MAY save it as a different name, but keep this file untouched!


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Choose the correct indefinite pronoun

Many of the rescue workers wore (his or her, their) own safety gear.


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their

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Choose the correct indefinite pronoun

Everyone turned (his or her, their) eyes to

Cape Canaveral for the liftoff.

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his or her

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Choose the correct indefinite pronoun

Neither of the astronauts should know how to handle (his or her, their) ship in case of trouble.


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his or her

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All of the flight went according to (its, their) schedule.


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its

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Each of the boys offered __________ help to the little old lady who was crossing the street.


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his

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What is a complete subject?


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Includes all the words that tell whom or what the senetnce is about.

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What is a complete predicate?


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What is a complex sentence?


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Includes the verb and all the words that tell what the subject is or what the subject does.

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Has one independent clause and one or more dependent clauses

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What part of speech are articles and what are they?


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Adjectives

-an

-an

-the

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What is the difference between a direct and indirect object?


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Direct object: a word or words that name the receiver of the action. It answers who or whom receives the action of the verb

Indirect object: tells to what or whom or for what or whom receives the action.

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Correct the errors in Plural Nouns

How beautiful to see the leafs changing colors!


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Leaves

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Identify the predicate adjective or predicate noun

The dessert was delicious.


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Delicious – predicate adjective

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Identify the subject

Up the mountain climbed the brave hiker.


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hiker

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Identify the subject:

Do you have agility?


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you

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Identify the pronoun as reflexive or intensive

Explorers cannot stop themselves from taking chances.


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Reflexive – themselves refers to explorers

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  • Which of the following uses pronouns correctly?

  • Ray and me would like to go fishing tomorrow.

  • He and I both hope we catch a lot of fish!


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B.

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  • Which internet article would be the MOST reliable source to use for a research report on the history of eyeglasses?

  • The invention of eyeglasses: A brief Timeline’

  • “Ten Tips to protect your eyes”

  • “Eyeglasses: Who needs them?”


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The Invention of Eyeglasses: A Brief timeline?

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Where should the semicolon be placed?

I heard a loud noise the cat had knocked over the fish bowl.


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I heard a loud noise; the cat had knocked over the fish bowl.

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What is the sentence structure of the sentence below?

Although June was a writer, she never wrote about her own life.


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Complex

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  • Which sentence uses an interrogative pronoun?

  • Has she left yet?

  • Won’t you come with us?

  • What did she say?


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What did she say?

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What is wrong with the following sentence?

My mom says this seems to be a family trait Dad frequently loses his keys until Mom finds them in some odd place.


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Run-on

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What is wrong with the following sentence?

The children from day camp.


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Sentence fragment – missing a predicate

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Which of the following words does the underlined word modify to in the sentence below?

Discussing his strategy for running his marathon is one of Andrew’s common daily activities.


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activities

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What is the structure of the following sentence?

We raced down the block, and our dad ran towards us.


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Compound sentence

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Where does the phrase “with a stain” belong in the sentence?

I dropped off my shirt at the dry cleaner with the stain.


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Between shirt and at

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What is the simple subject?

My parents come from two different countries in Europe.


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parents

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What organizational pattern is BEST used for a how-to manual for installing a new heat pump?


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Chronological order

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  • The phrase ‘the leaves danced above his head is an example of:

  • Onomatopoeia

  • Simile

  • personification


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personification

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  • What question would BEST help the writer

  • Develop this report: A History of Eyeglasses?

  • How did the professionals guilds determine

  • the quality of eyeglasses?

  • Why do so many people have eye problems

  • What is the difference between an

  • Optometrist and an opthamologist?

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a. How did professional guilds determine the quality of eyeglasses

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  • What type of clause is underlined?

  • The young triplets ran wildly and happily around the plaza.

  • Independent clause

  • Adjective clause

  • Adverb clause

  • Noun clause


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Adjective clause

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CRCT 11

CRCT 12

Round 1

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Final Jeopardy

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  • In an explanatory paper, you:

  • Give factual information

  • Investigate a subject

  • Choose a topic and defend your position


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Give factual information to your audience

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Which is the best research question and why?

1. What is the best math game?

2. What is game theory and where is it applied?


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What is game theory and where is it applied? Is the best choice because option “a” is based solely on an opinion

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  • Which of the following would be the best research question?

  • Do the Moon’s Phases Affect Earth’s weather?

  • What is the earth’s weather like?


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Do the moon’s phases affect earth’s weather? Is the better option because option 2 is too broad

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  • Which of the following should be completed first as you begin a research paper?

  • Write your introduction

  • Take relevant notes

  • Outline the information


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Take relevant notes

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When writing a research paper, what should you do if you come across information that you want to copy in your paper?


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Place quotation marks around the borrowed material

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What is a thesis statement?


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Your main idea

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List 3 ways to grab a readers attention?


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-quotation

-question

-surprising or unusual fact

-relate the topic to a personal experience

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  • Which of the following would be the correct way to write a bibliography for an encyclopedia article with an author?

  • Kendall, Paul M. “Richard III.”World Book Encyclopedia.1993 ed.

  • “Careers.” Encyclopedia Americans. 1972 ed.


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Kendall, Paul M. “Richard III.”World Book Encyclopedia.1993 ed.

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  • What should be your final step when completing a research paper?

  • Prepare your bibliography

  • Evaluate your paper

  • Polish your paper


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answer

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Enter Question Here for

Category 2 - Question 5

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  • 1 Which change should be made in the sentence?

  • Lakisha gave their speech before it was due.

  • A change gave to give

  • B change their to her

  • C change speech to speeches

  • D change due to do

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B. Declines pronouns by gender and case, and demonstrates

correct usage in sentences. (ELA8C1a)

The correct answer is Choice (B) change their to her.

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What kind of sentence is this?

If you are coming to the party, please bring a healthy snack.

A compound-complex

B compound

C complex

D simple


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The correct answer is Choice (C) complex. The first part of the sentence (If you are coming to the party) is a dependent clause; it begins with a subordinating conjunction and cannot stand alone.

The second part of the sentence (please bring a healthy snack) is an independent clause; it does form a complete thought.

Together, these two clauses create a complex sentence.

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Which sentence is written correctly?

A. Hosea told me the score of the game.

B. Hosea he told me the score of the game.

C. Hosea hisself told me the score of the game.

D. Hosea he himself told me the score of the game.


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The correct answer is Choice (A)

Hosea told me the score of the game.

This sentence has no errors.

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Where does the semicolon belong in the sentence?

The marching band will perform at Friday’s game however, they have

not practiced at all this week.

A after band

B after perform

C after game

D after practiced


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The correct answer is Choice (C) after game.

One way to combine two independent clauses is to use a semicolon and a transitional adverb. “However”

is the transitional adverb; therefore, the semicolon should come after “game” and before “however”.

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Which organizational method is used in the paragraph?

In early colonial days, women made quilts to keep their families warm. These quilts were hand-sewn and usually made from scraps of old clothing or bedding. Though some quilts today are made by hand, most are mass-produced and are sewn with machines. Homemade quilts may contain old pieces of fabric, but most modern quilts are made from new fabric.

A cause and effect

B chronological order

C question and answer

D compare and contrast


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The correct answer is Choice (D) compare and contrast. Throughout the paragraph, the author makes comparisons and contrasts between quilts from colonial days and those made today.

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Which sentence uses the underlined word correctly?

A. The dog happily wagged its tail as the girl approached.

B. Its never too late to share your ideas with the committee.

C. Its likely to rain today, so you better take your umbrella.

D. I am struggling with this math problem because its very difficult.


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The correct answer is Choice (A)

The dog happily wagged its tail as the girl approached. Here, the word its is a possessive pronoun referring to the word dog.

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Which word in the sentence should be capitalized?

I memorized “The Road not Taken,” a poem by Robert Frost,

for my literature class.

A not

B poem

C literature

D class


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The correct answer is Choice (A) not.

All words in a title (with the exception of small articles, prepositions, and

conjunctions) are capitalized.

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Which is the BEST supporting detail for the topic sentence?

Good, well-prepared soil is one of the most important ingredients for a healthy garden.

A. Before planting any seeds, the soil needs to be warm and all rocks need to be removed.

B. If your clothes get dirty while working in the soil, be sure to wash them right away.

C. Some plants are more popular in southern regions than in northern regions.

D. Planting a garden can be a fun way for families to spend time together.


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The correct answer is Choice (A)

Before planting any seeds, the soil needs to be warm and all rocks need

to be removed. The topic sentence focuses on the importance of soil for a garden.

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Which topic would be the MOST appropriate for a short report?

A The History of the Olympics

B Judging the Olympic Sports

C My Favorite Olympic Athlete

D Olympic Athletes Through the Ages


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The correct answer is Choice (C)

My Favorite Olympic Athlete. Here students must judge different topics and

select one that would be manageable in a “short report.”

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Which idea is repeated in the paragraph?

For many years, Switzerland has been known all over the world for its cuckoo clocks, which are made out of wood. These timepieces are

hand-carved from aged linden wood. Today these Swiss clocks come in all shapes and sizes.

A. The Swiss people make clocks out of wood.

B. The Swiss people carve their clocks by hand.

C. The Swiss people are famous for their clocks.

D. The Swiss people produce a variety of clocks.


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The correct answer is Choice (A)

The Swiss people made clocks out of wood. In order to make writing precise and concise, students must avoid unnecessary repetition. The passage mentions twice that Swiss cuckoo

clocks are made of wood.

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Which of these is a compound sentence?

A. Lori baked six dozen cookies, and she sold them at the bake sale.

B. As Juan walked to school, he noticed a nest of baby birds in a tree.

C. Sheila has tennis practice on Monday and soccer practice on Friday.

D. Nate wore his warm jacket because the weatherperson predicted snow.


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The correct answer is Choice (A)

Lori baked six dozen cookies, and she sold them at the bake sale.

This is a compound sentence, made up of two simple sentences joined by a coordinating conjunction.

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Which sentence uses correct subject-verb agreement?

A. Either John or Sherry are required to be there.

B. Each one of them have been awarded for their efforts.

C. The ship’s captain and crew is preparing for the journey.

D. Only one person out of twenty is qualified to make the Math team.


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The correct answer is Choice (D)

Only one person out of twenty is qualified to make the Math team.

The subject, person, agrees with the verb, is.

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Which sentence is written correctly?

A. Last week, my Family and I moved from Clark Street to Avon Street.

B. Last week, my family and I moved from Clark Street to Avon Street.

C. Last Week, my family and i moved from Clark street to Avon street.

D. Last week, my family and I moved from Clark street to Avon street.


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The correct answer is Choice (B)

Last week, my family and I moved from Clark Street to Avon Street.

This sentence correctly shows initial capital letters for the first word in the sentence and for both words in each

street name

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Which sentence uses the correct punctuation?

A. “I’ll paddle in the front my brother said and you paddle in the back.”

B. “I’ll paddle in the front, my brother said, and you paddle in the back.”

C. “I’ll paddle in the front,” my brother said, “and you paddle in the back.”

D. “I’ll paddle in the front my brother,” said, “and you paddle in the back.”


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The correct answer is Choice (C)

“I’ll paddle in the front,” my brother said, “and you paddle in the back.”

Choice (C) correctly punctuates split dialogue. Split dialogue is the statement of one person or character that is “split” by the author’s explanation of who is talking.

The parts of the dialogue must together form a complete sentence, and the intervening explanation (of who is talking) must be set off by commas.

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What is the superlative adjective in the sentence?

My loving grandmother made the prettiest hand-sewn quilt for our happy family.

A. loving

B. prettiest

C. happy

D. hand-sewn


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The correct answer is Choice (B) prettiest.

The superlative degree of an adjective is the form that ends

in –est and modifies a noun to the highest degree, for example, the highest or the slowest.

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Which detail BEST supports the topic sentence?

Earth is home to many different environments.

A. Deserts, rain forests, oceans, and mountains make up much of our natural world.

B. Deep sea divers have discovered treasures along the floors of many oceans.

C. Fossils are proof that plants and animals lived billions of years ago.

D. Scientists believe the moon has a hard, rocky surface.


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The correct answer is Choice (A)

Deserts, rain forests, oceans, and mountains make up much of our natural

world. This sentence provides specific examples to support the idea that many different environments can be found on Earth.

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What organizational method is used in the paragraph?

Because blue light has one of the shortest wavelengths, it hits the particles in the atmosphere and reflects off of them. This scatters the blue light all around the sky. When you look up, this scattered blue light reaches your eyes, making the sky look blue during daytime hours.

A. cause and effect

B. chronological order

C. question and answer

D .similarity and difference


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The correct answer is Choice (A) cause and effect.

The words because, when, and making all signal a series of

cause-and-effect relationships. Short wavelengths cause

blue light to “hit particles in the atmosphere,” and these

collisions have two effects: The blue light “reflects off” of

the particles and “scatters the blue light.” “When”

(meaning if) someone looks upward so that “scattered

blue light” enters his or her eyes (a cause), the daytime

sky appears blue (an effect).

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Which sentence should be removed from the paragraph?

1Mosquitoes may seem like simple little pests, but they actually have complex systems for finding their prey. 2Mosquitoes have chemical and visual sensors that detect the carbon dioxide given off by mammals and birds as they breathe. 3For many years, people have tried to keep

mosquito populations under control. 4Additionally, mosquitoes have heat sensors that help them track down living things whose body temperatures are warmer than the surrounding air.

A sentence 1 B sentence 2 C sentence 3

D sentence 4


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The correct answer is Choice (C) sentence 3.

Although the paragraph is actually about ways in which

Mosquitoes detect prey, sentence 3 goes off on a different tack,

discussing people’s efforts to control mosquito

populations.

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Which sentence uses an intransitive verb?

A .He ate his apple first.

B .Tamara is reading quietly.

C. She wants a new book for a reward.

D .Amy and Wendy have yellow raincoats.


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The correct answer is Choice (B)

Tamara is reading quietly. The verb reading is followed by an adverb, not

a direct object, in this sentence.

The verbs in Choices

(A), (C), and (D) are transitive; all have direct objects.

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Which would be the BEST way to contact a possible employer?

A. e-mailing the hiring director of a company

B. searching a database of employers in the state

C. posting a question on a job-related electronic bulletin board

D. entering the keyword employer into an Internet search engine


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The correct answer is Choice (A) e-mailing the hiring director of a company.

This would put the prospective employee in contact with a specific person.

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Final Jeopary Question

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What are the 8 parts of speech?

Definitions must be provided!


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Nouns

Pronouns

Adjectives

Verbs

Adverbs

Prepositions

Conjunctions

Interjections

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