Test #1. Name:
KBAR total for the week: Chart: ____/20 Response:_____/40
Warm Ups: Tuesday: _____/8 Wednesday: ___/8 Spelling 5X: ___/5
Non-Clicker Extra Credit:
Spelling. For 1-8, choose the incorrectly spelled word.
a) useage b) creative c) continuous d) all correct
a) insurance b) survival c) radiculous d) all correct
a) pleasure b) maturity c) television d) all correct
a) confusion b) storage c) narrative d) beleivable
e) all correct
a) ignorance b) refusal c) literature d) all correct
a) security b) c) completion d) revision
e) all correct
a) unforgivable b) seperately c) requirement d) all correct
a) valuable b) movable c) sinserely d) all correct
The reason we drop the last e from a word like
before we add an ending like ive, is that... a) Narrate
ends with a consonant sound. b) The ending ive
also ends with an e. c) The ending ive begins
with a consonant d) The ending ive makes it an
adjective. e) The ending ive begins with a vowel.
rewrite : revision :: story : _________ a) beleivable b) narrative
c) requirement d) seperately e) television
sage : wise :: artist : _________ a) creative b) literature
c) revision d) conform e) movable
refusal : cooperation :: childishness : ______ a) useage
b) beleivable c) ignorance d) maturity e) creative
Vocabulary. Skip if exempt.
Even though he may not be "book-smart" he has a lot of _______ about the
world. a) gingerly b) savvy c) infer d) nonchalant
Some people might have called him weird, but he preferred to be called
a (non-)__________(ist). a) sage b) rueful c) infer
d) conform e) fathom
The landscape of the moon is lifeless and very_____. a) sage b) rueful
c) infer d) conform e) bleak
The old man was considered the ________ of the village because of all his
experience and wisdom. a) sage b) rueful c) infer
d) bleak e) fathom
"I shouldn't have done that," he said with a ____ sigh. a) savvy
b) rueful c) infer d) conform e) fathom
"It's just because you're the baby--I mean he loves you a lot. (Do
you) ______?" a) sage b) savvy c) infer d) conform
pain : pleasure :: confusion : _________ a) sage b) savvy
c) infer d) rueful e) conform
For Esteban, the word dropout had the ___________ of a hoodlum who breaks
windows and such. a) connotation b) denotation c) infer
d) sage e) fathom
I was able to ________ the meaning of the word from the way it was used
in the sentence. a) bleak b) savvy c) rueful d) gingerly
"Okay," I said ________, "might as well." (I was trying to act cool with
the girls.) a) gingerly b) ruefully c) inferly d) nonchalantly
hopeful : bleak :: proud : ________ a) savvy b) denotation
c) sage d) rueful e) fathomable
casual : nonchalant :: sage : __________ a) fathom
b) savvy c) infer d) denotation e) connotation
cool : good :: dig : _________ a) sage b) rueful
c) conform d) fathom e) bleak
An adjective is a word that... a) describes how you do something.
b) shows action. c) describes another word. d) describes a
noun. e) describes a relationship between words.
A noun is... a) an action word. b) a thing. c) describing
word. d) a person, place or thing. e) the subject of the sentence.
The word stupidly is an example of an adjective. a) True
Outsiders Etc. Open Book.
As used in The Outsiders, the word hood is short for _____.
a) hoodie b) neighborhood c) hoodlum d) livelihood
lb. : pound :: Soc : _______ a) society b) sock c) greaser
d) social e) punch
"He gets drunk on plain living..." a) Soda b) Darry c)
Pony d) Steve e) Two-Bit
What is it about our narrator that drives his brother Darry crazy?
a) He's always getting in trouble. b) His absent-mindedness.
c) His grades are poor. d) All of the above. e) NOTA
you: a) first person b) second person c) third person d) fourth person
Sodapop is a) scared of his own shadow b) happy-go-lucky
c) cold and hard d) anxious and worried e) a loner
Ponyboy is... a) scared of his own shadow b) happy-go-lucky
c) cold and hard d) mean e) a loner
Darry (according to Ponyboy) is...a) scared of his own shadow b)
happy-go-lucky c) cold and hard d) mean e) a loner
Harry Potter : third person :: The Outsiders : ________
a) first person b) second person c) third person d) fourth person
An advantage of a 3rd person narrator is that s/he can show us what everyone
is thinking and feeling. a) True b) False
In the poem "Delinquent," who's (the) delinquent? a) Julie's parents
b) Julie c) society d) All of the above. e) NOTA
In the poem "Delinquent," when he compares Julie to a tiger, a lion and
an owl, he's trying to say that... a) Julie likes animals.
b) Julie is like an animal. c) Julie kills people. d) Julie
is selfish and cunning. e) NOTA
Spell words by connecting adjoining letters. Words must be at least 3 letters
long. Each letter must touch the one before it. No proper nouns, abbreviations,
or foreign words. You can only use a letter once in the same word. 10 words
= +1, 20 words = +2, etc. Use the Trackwords section of your test sheet
for your word list. Be sure to number your list.