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10 6th grade questions
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Question 1 Which words in the sentence make up the adverb phrase? Rita and Ron climbed slowly and cautiously up the steep staircase. A. slowly and cautiously B. Rita and Ron C. climbed cautiously D. up the steep staircase
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question 2 Which words in the sentence make up the adverb phrase? The old raccoon hobbled slowly and carefully toward the pond. A. slowly and carefully B. toward the pond C. the old raccoon D. hobbled slowly
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question 3 Which words in the sentence make up the adverb phrase? The new lifeguard named Jan helped Liza out of the pool. A. helped Liza B. named Jan C. out of the pool D. the new lifeguard

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question 4 Which words in the sentence make up the adverb phrase? Slowly but surely my shoes filled with sand. A. my shoes B. with sand C. slowly but surely D. filled
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question 5 Which words in the sentence make up the adverb phrase? We might ride our bikes over the bridge. A. we might B. might ride C. ride our bikes D. over the bridge
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question 6 Which words in the sentence make up the adverb phrase? Which word does it modify? After swimming lessons, Aunt Helen drove us home. A. Aunt Helen; modifies us B. drove us home; modifies swimming C. after swimming lessons; modifies drove D. Aunt Helen drove; modifies after
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question 7 Which words in the sentence make up the adverb phrase? Which word does it modify? The town square landscape crew planted flowers around the bandstand. A. town square landscape; modifies crew B. around the bandstand; modifies planted C. crew planted; modifies flowers D. the town; modifies square
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question 8 Which kind of phrase are the underlined words? Isn't the cat under the couch afraid of storms? A. adverb phrase B. adjective phrase
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Which kind of phrase are the underlined words? Blankets with dust on them make Simon sneeze with a tremendous "achoo." A. adverb phrase B. adjective phrase
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question 10 Which sentence contains an introductory adverb phrase that is incorrectly punctuated? A. After the big victory, the basketball team celebrated their championship. B. During the downpour the travelers set out to reach the waterfall. C. With great enthusiasm, the tourist group made it to the Great Wall of China. D. After the concert the orchestra members were exhausted.
anonymous
  • anonymous
is this a test? or quiz??
anonymous
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none a lessen
anonymous
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ok...im in 8th grade lol i took a test like this in 7th grade so i was just asking
anonymous
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oh ok
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@YoungStudier @FluffyYumYum some more help
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ya my rookie is lvl 50
YoungStudier
  • YoungStudier
You need to say what if underlined in the other questions. I suck at adverb phrases :(
anonymous
  • anonymous
question8 is : under the couch
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question 9 is: with a tremendous "achoo."
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9. adjetive phrase

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