Language Assessment L6.1A-D; L6.4C-D
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by Kelly Oakley
| 25 Questions
Note from the author:
Grammar/Language
1
4 pts
Identify the pronoun case of the underlined word in the following sentence.

Kayla told him about the homework he missed when he was sick.
A subjective
B intensive
C objective
D possessive
2
4 pts
Identify the pronoun case of the underlined word in the following sentence.

Yesterday he and Samantha went to out to lunch before hitting the beach.
A subjective
B intensive
C objective
D possessive
3
4 pts
Identify the pronoun case of the underlined word in the following sentence.

Hers is the green binder with a Murray Middle School sticker on it.
A subjective
B intensive
C objective
D possessive
4
4 pts
Identify the pronoun case of the underlined word in the following sentence.

Participants push themselves to the limits.
A subjective
B intensive
C reflexive
D possessive
5
4 pts
Identify the pronoun case of the underlined word in the following sentence.

Allison still does not trust herself with all of the chocolate laying around.
A possesive
B subjective
C objective
D reflexive
6
4 pts
Identify the pronoun case of the underlined word in the following sentence.

I needed to hire a dog sitter because the puppies could not watch themselves.
A reflexive
B subjective
C objective
D possessive
7
4 pts
Identify the pronoun case of the underlined word in the following sentence.

When she told her sister about her crazy dream, she laughed hysterically.
A subjective
B intensive
C objective
D possessive
8
4 pts
Identify the pronoun case of the underlined word in the following sentence.

ob have an agreement. If Cameron falls asleep, Jacob has permission to poke his buddy’s thigh with a sharp pencil.
A subjective
B intensive
C objective
D possessive
9
4 pts
Identify the pronoun problem in the following sentence.

Mom enjoys watching movies that make you cry.
A shift in pronoun number
B shift in pronoun person
C vague pronoun
D no problem
10
4 pts
Identify the pronoun problem in the following sentence.

A student should do their homework before class.
A shift in pronoun number
B shift in pronoun person
C vague pronoun
D no problem
11
4 pts
Identify the pronoun problem in the following sentence.

When she asked about the job, she was told that in order to qualify you had to take an exam.
A shift in pronoun number
B shift in pronoun person
C vague pronoun
D no problem
12
4 pts
Identify the pronoun problem in the following sentence.

People with positive attitudes tend to be more successful in life because they are more likely to focus on solutions rather than problems.
A shift in pronoun number
B shift in pronoun person
C vague pronoun
D no problem
13
4 pts
Identify the pronoun problem in the following sentence.

After the teacher gave Susan the paper, she walked away angrily.
A shift in pronoun number
B shift in pronoun person
C vague pronoun
D no problem
14
4 pts
Identify the pronoun problem in the following sentence.

An adult has many economic responsibilities and must pay for their own food, clothing, and housing.
A shift in pronoun number
B shift in pronoun person
C vague pronoun
D no problem
15
4 pts
Identify the pronoun problem in the following sentence.

The brown horse and the white horse were running neck and neck, when suddenly it pulled ahead.
A shift in pronoun number
B shift in pronoun person
C vague pronoun
D no problem
16
4 pts
Identify the pronoun problem in the following sentence.

An ostrich will use their large wings to shade chicks from the hot sun.
A shift in pronoun number
B shift in pronoun person
C vague pronoun
D no problem
17
4 pts
What type of reference would you use to figure out how to pronounce the word "hieroglyphics" before your big presentation on ancient Egypt?


A glossary
B dictionary
C thesaurus
D another reference resource
18
4 pts
What type of reference would you use to understand the meaning of a key vocabulary word of chapter 19 of your social studies book?


A glossary
B dictionary
C thesaurus
D another reference resource
19
4 pts
Identify the part of speech of the key term actor in the following sample page of a dictionary.



A noun
B pronoun
C adjective
D verb
20
4 pts
Identify the pronunciation guide for the key term actual in the following sample page of a dictionary.



A existing in fact
B adjective
C ˈæktʃuəl
D current
21
4 pts
How are the words in the following sample page of a dictionary organized?



A They are organized by pronunciation guide.
B They are organized in alphabetical order.
C They are organized by topic.
D They are organized by part of speech.
22
4 pts
Which of the following is a synonym offered for the term abhor?

A reduce
B competent
C detest
D relation
23
4 pts
How are the entries organized in the following sample page of a thesaurus?

A by synonym
B by antonym
C by part of speech
D by alphabetical order
24
4 pts
On which page of the sample glossary, can you find more information more about accents, punctuation that is used to give extra importance to a note in a rhythm pattern?

A Page 78
B Page 81
C Page 234
D There is no entry for this information.
25
4 pts
What information can you expect to find on page 196 of this music textbook glossary?

A Information about call and response.
B Information about meter.
C Information about melody.
D Information about crescendo.
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