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English grade 5

  1. 1. A BBB Name______________________________<br />Information and study skills<br />Using Print and Electronic Reference Sources<br /><ul><li>Which reference would you use to find a detailed biography of Thomas Jefferson?
  2. 2. A. atlas
  3. 3. B. encyclopedia
  4. 4. C. thesaurus
  5. 5. D. dictionary
  6. 6. Which reference would you use to look up the pronunciation of the word typhoon?
  7. 7. F. atlas
  8. 8. G. thesaurus
  9. 9. H. dictionary
  10. 10. J. encyclopedia
  11. 11. Which reference would you use to find a detailed map of England?
  12. 12. A. Encyclopedia
  13. 13. B. dictionary
  14. 14. C. thesaurus
  15. 15. D. atlas</li></ul>4. Which reference would you use to find a synonym for the word happy?<br /><ul><li>F. thesaurus
  16. 16. G. dictionary
  17. 17. H. encyclopedia
  18. 18. J. atlas </li></ul> <br />5. In which reference might you find a list of some poems written by Robert Frost?<br /><ul><li>A. encyclopedia
  19. 19. B. dictionary
  20. 20. C. thesaurus
  21. 21. D. atlas </li></ul> <br /><ul><li>
  22. 22. B
  23. 23. Name ______________________________
  24. 24. Base word
  25. 25. Choose the correct base word for each underlined word below. Fill in the circle next to the best answer.
  26. 26. 1. The wind blew for hours without stopping.
  27. 27. A. stopp
  28. 28. B. stops
  29. 29. C. stop
  30. 30. D. stopped </li></ul>2. Reporters questioned the people who saw the volcano erupt.<br /><ul><li>F. quest
  31. 31. G. questione
  32. 32. H. questioning
  33. 33. J. question</li></ul>3. These storm wind were stronger than those of last year.<br /><ul><li>A. strong
  34. 34. B. stron
  35. 35. C. stronge
  36. 36. D. strongest</li></ul>4. He watched in horror as the water rose.<br /><ul><li>F. watch
  37. 37. G. watcher
  38. 38. H. watches
  39. 39. J. watching
  40. 40. 5.A waterspout is a tornado that travels over water.
  41. 41. A. traveled
  42. 42. B. travel
  43. 43. C. trav
  44. 44. D. traveling
  45. 45.
  46. 46. C Name _______________________________
  47. 47. Grammar kind of sentences
  48. 48. Read the directions. Then fill in the circle next to the answer.
  49. 49. 1. Choose the exclamatory sentence.
  50. 50. A. My sister was once in a hurricane.
  51. 51. B. She was visiting our aunt in North Carolina.
  52. 52. C. She saw a tree blow over!
  53. 53. D. Have you ever been in such a storm?
  54. 54. 2. Choose the interrogative sentence.
  55. 55. F. Do you know why hurricanes have name?
  56. 56. G. Name them help scientists keep track of the storms.
  57. 57. H. There ones was a hurricane named Betsy.
  58. 58. J. That’s my mother’s name!
  59. 59. 3. Choose the imperative sentence.
  60. 60. A. Did you hear about the storm last night?
  61. 61. B. It rain over two inches in one hour.
  62. 62. C. The wind blew our newspaper down the street.
  63. 63. D. Find the newspaper and bring it back.
  64. 64. 4. Choose the declarative sentence
  65. 65. F. Why can’t Grandma come to visit on Saturday?
  66. 66. G. She has to clean up after the storm.
  67. 67. H. Please go patch the roof
  68. 68. J. That will take two days
  69. 69. 5. Choose the imperative sentence
  70. 70. A. Did you watch the television footage about the huge storm last night?
  71. 71. B. It was near New Orleans in Louisiana.
  72. 72. C. What an incredible storm it was!
  73. 73. D. Watch the footage on television tonight.</li></ul> <br /><ul><li>
  74. 74. D Name ________________________________
  75. 75. Spelling Short Vowels
  76. 76. Find the correctly spelled word to complete each sentence. Fill in the circle beside your answer.
  77. 77. 1. The _______ current carried the small raft.
  78. 78. A. sewift
  79. 79. B. sweft
  80. 80. C. swift
  81. 81. D. swieftl</li></ul>2. I had never_____ in a tent before.<br /><ul><li>F. sleept
  82. 82. G. sleapt
  83. 83. H. slept
  84. 84. J. slepth</li></ul>3. Tonight we plan to sleep in ______beds.<br /><ul><li>A. bounk
  85. 85. B. bunck
  86. 86. C. bunk
  87. 87. D. bunk</li></ul>4. The ______ earth makes it difficult to sleep in a sleeping bag on the ground.<br /><ul><li>F. daimp
  88. 88. G. demp
  89. 89. H. deamp
  90. 90. J. damp
  91. 91. 5. We paddled our canoe over to the _______.
  92. 92. A. Dock
  93. 93. B. Dawk
  94. 94. C. Dahk
  95. 95. D. Dook
  96. 96. </li></ul>EE E Name__________________________________ <br />Choose the correct way to divide each underline word into syllables.<br />1.We heard the sound of thunder.<br /><ul><li>A. thun-der
  97. 97. B. thund-er
  98. 98. C. thu-der
  99. 99. D.th-un-der</li></ul>2. The plan flew into the eye of the hurricane.<br /><ul><li>F. hur- ric- ane
  100. 100. G. hurr-i-cane
  101. 101. H. hurri-cane
  102. 102. J. hur-ri-cane</li></ul>3. This climate is very rainy.<br /><ul><li>A. clim-ate
  103. 103. B. cil- ma-te
  104. 104. C. cli-mate
  105. 105. D.cl-im-mate</li></ul>4. The tornado was the town’s worst tragedy.<br /><ul><li>F. Tra-ge-dy
  106. 106. G. Trag-e-dy
  107. 107. H. Tra –ge-ged
  108. 108. J. Tra-ged-y</li></ul>5. She saw two broken radios middle of the street.<br /><ul><li>A. rad-i-os
  109. 109. B. ra-di-os
  110. 110. C. ra-d-ios
  111. 111. D. r-adi –os</li></ul> FName__________________________________<br />Spelling spell long a, Long e, and I<br />Find the correctly spelled word to complete each sentence. Fill in the circle beside your answer.<br />1. It was such a_____ day that my friend and I took a long walk.<br /><ul><li>A. mighld
  112. 112. B. mild
  113. 113. C. mield
  114. 114. D. my
  115. 115. 2. We followed a path covered with______.
  116. 116. F. needles
  117. 117. G. neadles
  118. 118. H. needles
  119. 119. J. neddles</li></ul> 3. Each _______ I took made a slight crackling sound.<br /><ul><li>A. streighd
  120. 120. B. streid
  121. 121. C. stride
  122. 122. D. stried
  123. 123. 4. I could see the top of the pine tree _____ on the ground.
  124. 124. F. swae
  125. 125. G. swai
  126. 126. H. sweigh
  127. 127. J. sway
  128. 128. 5. I also found a beautiful maple _____ on the ground.
  129. 129. A. leef
  130. 130. B. lief
  131. 131. C. leif
  132. 132. D. leaf</li></ul> <br /> GName _________________________________<br />Grammar Conjunctions<br />Choose the word that best completes each sentence. Fill in the circle next to the best answer.<br />1. The volcano showed signs of become active,____ people began to leave their homes.<br /><ul><li>A. but
  133. 133. B. or
  134. 134. C. and
  135. 135. D. except</li></ul>2. Maria’s family was rushing to the car_____ Maria ran to get her dog.<br /><ul><li>F. if
  136. 136. G. since
  137. 137. H. nor
  138. 138. J. when</li></ul>3. Maria had to go back for Petey _____ he was left in the back yard.<br /><ul><li>A. but
  139. 139. B. since
  140. 140. C. or
  141. 141. D. and</li></ul>4. She carried Petey to the car ______ he was sacred by the volcano’s<br /><ul><li>F. because
  142. 142. G. expect
  143. 143. H. only
  144. 144. J. but</li></ul>5. Maria’s got away safely, _____ they had to leave many of their possessions.<br /><ul><li>A. if
  145. 145. B. but
  146. 146. C. or
  147. 147. D. when</li></ul> H <br />Grammar compound sentence<br />Choose the compound sentence. Then fill in the circle next to the best answer.<br />1.<br /><ul><li>A. Scientists, who had watched the volcano for moth, said that it could erupt any time.
  148. 148. B. When the volcano finally erupted, emergency workers were prepared.
  149. 149. C. A cloud of ashes rose from the crater, and lava pour down the side of the mountain.
  150. 150. D. The people in nearby town loaded their belonging in their car. Then they drove to safety.</li></ul>2. <br /><ul><li>F. My mother, who grew up on a farm, once experienced a huge blizzard.
  151. 151. G. The biting wind and heavy snow made it difficult to see.
  152. 152. H. My grandfather tried to open the barn door, but it was blocked by a snowdrift.
  153. 153. J. Luckily, the cows and pigs in the barn had enough food to survive.</li></ul>3.<br /><ul><li>A. When spring arrives, we often have hailstorm in my state.
  154. 154. B. The hail pours down in the sheets, and it batters cars and houses.
  155. 155. C. Hail and rain usually occur in heavy thunderstorm.
  156. 156. D. Hail stones, which can be as large as baseballs, can do a great deal of damage.</li></ul>4. <br /><ul><li>F. The storm chasers wait for tornadoes to strike. Then they follow them.
  157. 157. G. As soon as storm cloud gather, the storm chasers get ready to move’
  158. 158. H. The storm chasers, who are experts on tornadoes, try to learn more about the storms.
  159. 159. J. They get as close to a tornado as possible, and they gather information about the storm.</li></ul>5.<br /><ul><li>A. A lightning storm is an awesome sight, but is also very dangerous.
  160. 160. B. If you are outside during a lightning storm, don’t take shelter under a large tree.
  161. 161. C. large tree, which attract lighting, can en danger people with falling braches.
  162. 162. D. It is best to stay indoors or inside a vehicle during a lightning storm.</li></ul> Name________________________________ I__<br />Writing skills capitalizing and punctuating sentences<br />Choose the sentence that is capitalized and punctuated correctly. Fill in the circle next to the best answer.<br />1.<br /><ul><li>A. Mt. Washington is known for its extreme weather.
  163. 163. B. winds of 75 miles per hour are common.
  164. 164. C. When do the winds reach maximum speed.
  165. 165. D. Ranger Station is at the top of the mountain.</li></ul>2.<br /><ul><li>F. the volcano on the small island erupted.
  166. 166. G. The hot orange lava rolled slowly toward the sea
  167. 167. H. A helicopter flew near the crater
  168. 168. J. Mr. Wright took spectacular photographs of the sight?</li></ul>3.<br /><ul><li>A. the tornado was coming closer to Jamie’s home.
  169. 169. B. Jamie and her parent hurried to a nearby closet?
  170. 170. C. Jamie’s mother brought a flashlight and a radio
  171. 171. D. Jamie hear the tornado howling outside her house</li></ul>4.<br /><ul><li>F. The snow skiers huddled together on the side of the mountain?
  172. 172. G. the blizzard had caught them by surprise.
  173. 173. H. Who knew when the storm would end?
  174. 174. J. pike’s peak could be very dangerous in the winter.</li></ul>5.<br /><ul><li>A. The boy Scout paddled their canoes down the swollen river.
  175. 175. B. It was flowing much more quickly than last year’s canoe trip,
  176. 176. C. Suddenly the lead boat tipped over?
  177. 177. D.tow boys were thrown into the water, but they reach the bank unharmed

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