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  • 1. Using the Word
  • 2. “Oblivious” is used correctly in which sentence? USING THE WORD
  • 3. “Oblivious” is used correctly in which sentence? a.Kendrick hid the presents in an oblivious place. b.That circle is slightly oblivious. c.Johanna was oblivious to the noisy traffic around her. USING THE WORD
  • 4. “Oblivious” is used correctly in which sentence? a.Kendrick hid the presents in an oblivious place. b.That circle is slightly oblivious. c.Johanna was oblivious to the noisy traffic around her. USING THE WORD
  • 5. The word “gratitude” is correct in which sentence? USING THE WORD
  • 6. The word “gratitude” is correct in which sentence? a.Don’t have a bad gratitude about homework! b.Kyle expressed his gratitude by writing a thank-you note. c.Sailors need to know longitude and gratitude. USING THE WORD
  • 7. The word “gratitude” is correct in which sentence? a.Don’t have a bad gratitude about homework! b.Kyle expressed his gratitude by writing a thank-you note. c.Sailors need to know longitude and gratitude. USING THE WORD
  • 8. In which sentence is the word “option” the right one? USING THE WORD
  • 9. In which sentence is the word “option” the right one? a.Which option did you choose? b.Luis had a strong option about everything! c.The ocean liner sailed the option blue. USING THE WORD
  • 10. In which sentence is the word “option” the right one? a.Which option did you choose? b.Luis had a strong option about everything! c.The ocean liner sailed the option blue. USING THE WORD
  • 11. “Assign” is used correctly in which sentence? USING THE WORD
  • 12. “Assign” is used correctly in which sentence? a.When you get to the right road, you’ll see assign. b.Assign your name on the dotted line. c.Makayla hoped the teacher would assign her extra work. USING THE WORD
  • 13. “Assign” is used correctly in which sentence? a.When you get to the right road, you’ll see assign. b.Assign your name on the dotted line. c.Makayla hoped the teacher would assign her extra work. USING THE WORD
  • 14. Which sentence uses the word “attire” correctly? USING THE WORD
  • 15. Which sentence uses the word “attire” correctly? a.Always wear appropriate attire to school. b.Gavin’s father got a flat attire on his car. c.Do you get attire walking home from school? USING THE WORD
  • 16. Which sentence uses the word “attire” correctly? a.Always wear appropriate attire to school. b.Gavin’s father got a flat attire on his car. c.Do you get attire walking home from school? USING THE WORD
  • 17. The word ‘escapade” is right in which sentence? USING THE WORD
  • 18. The word ‘escapade” is right in which sentence? a.The prisoners stage an escapade from jail. b.Going to the amusement park was quite an escapade! c.The gorilla escapade from the zoo. USING THE WORD
  • 19. The word ‘escapade” is right in which sentence? a.The prisoners stage an escapade from jail. b.Going to the amusement park was quite an escapade! c.The gorilla escapade from the zoo. USING THE WORD
  • 20. Which sentence uses the word “vary” correctly? USING THE WORD
  • 21. Which sentence uses the word “vary” correctly? a.Diego doesn’t live vary far from school. b.Renee was vary and suspicious of the mysterious stranger. c.Thomas pulled on The weather in my hometown would vary from hot to cold. USING THE WORD
  • 22. Which sentence uses the word “vary” correctly? a.Diego doesn’t live vary far from school. b.Renee was vary and suspicious of the mysterious stranger. c.Thomas pulled on The weather in my hometown would vary from hot to cold. USING THE WORD
  • 23. “Omit” is the right word in which sentence? USING THE WORD
  • 24. “Omit” is the right word in which sentence? a.Try not to omit any answers when taking a test. b.Alex caught the baseball in his omit. c.David had an omit and bacon for breakfast. USING THE WORD
  • 25. “Omit” is the right word in which sentence? a.Try not to omit any answers when taking a test. b.Alex caught the baseball in his omit. c.David had an omit and bacon for breakfast. USING THE WORD
  • 26. In which sentence is the word “waver” used correctly? USING THE WORD
  • 27. In which sentence is the word “waver” used correctly? a.The surfer loved to ride the waver. b.Tamara ate a vanilla waver. c.Luis would never waver from his position. USING THE WORD
  • 28. In which sentence is the word “waver” used correctly? a.The surfer loved to ride the waver. b.Tamara ate a vanilla waver. c.Luis would never waver from his position. USING THE WORD
  • 29. “Bizarre” is the right word in which sentence? USING THE WORD
  • 30. “Bizarre” is the right word in which sentence? a.I bought my new shoes at the bizarre. b.Wear your bizarre whenever you go outside! c.Courtney found the mystery to be quite bizarre. USING THE WORD
  • 31. “Bizarre” is the right word in which sentence? a.I bought my new shoes at the bizarre. b.Wear your bizarre whenever you go outside! c.Courtney found the mystery to be quite bizarre. USING THE WORD
  • 32. Which sentence uses the word “priority” correctly? USING THE WORD
  • 33. Which sentence uses the word “priority” correctly? a.I ate dinner priority to having dessert. b.Good grades should be your first priority. c.I don’t think that’s the priority way to behave. USING THE WORD
  • 34. Which sentence uses the word “priority” correctly? a.I ate dinner priority to having dessert. b.Good grades should be your first priority. c.I don’t think that’s the priority way to behave. USING THE WORD
  • 35. “Velocity” is used correctly in which sentence? USING THE WORD
  • 36. “Velocity” is used correctly in which sentence? a.Christina always wanted to live in the big velocity. b.Tad showed his velocity by getting every question right. c.Keep your velocity down when riding your bike! USING THE WORD
  • 37. “Velocity” is used correctly in which sentence? a.Christina always wanted to live in the big velocity. b.Tad showed his velocity by getting every question right. c.Keep your velocity down when riding your bike! USING THE WORD
  • 38. In which sentence is the word “reign” the right one? USING THE WORD
  • 39. In which sentence is the word “reign” the right one? a.The queen’s reign laster for thirty years. b.Make sure to wear your boots when you go out in the reign. c.Thomas pulled on the horse’s reign. USING THE WORD
  • 40. In which sentence is the word “reign” the right one? a.The queen’s reign laster for thirty years. b.Make sure to wear your boots when you go out in the reign. c.Thomas pulled on the horse’s reign. USING THE WORD
  • 41. “Patience” is the right word in which sentence? USING THE WORD
  • 42. “Patience” is the right word in which sentence? a.The doctor made his patience wait outside the office. b.Lenny was excited to received his patience in the mail. c.When you are waiting, it is good to have patience. USING THE WORD
  • 43. “Patience” is the right word in which sentence? a.The doctor made his patience wait outside the office. b.Lenny was excited to received his patience in the mail. c.When you are waiting, it is good to have patience. USING THE WORD
  • 44. Which sentence his the word “liberate” used correctly? USING THE WORD
  • 45. Which sentence his the word “liberate” used correctly? a.That senator is very liberate. b.The secret agent helped liberate the prisoners. c.Kayla put mustard on her sandwich liberate. USING THE WORD
  • 46. Which sentence his the word “liberate” used correctly? a.That senator is very liberate. b.The secret agent helped liberate the prisoners. c.Kayla put mustard on her sandwich liberate. USING THE WORD
  • 47. “Frivolous” is used correctly in which sentence? USING THE WORD
  • 48. “Frivolous” is used correctly in which sentence? a.The judge threw out the frivolous lawsuit. b.Mya’s dress was lacy and frivolous. c.Giovanni thought that the cupcakes were frivolous. USING THE WORD
  • 49. “Frivolous” is used correctly in which sentence? a.The judge threw out the frivolous lawsuit. b.Mya’s dress was lacy and frivolous. c.Giovanni thought that the cupcakes were frivolous. USING THE WORD
  • 50. In which sentence is the word “escalate” used correctly? USING THE WORD
  • 51. In which sentence is the word “escalate” used correctly? a.Jazmine wants to escalate that tall mountain. b.Harsh words made the argument escalate into a fight. c.Deandre helped me escalate the answer to the math problem. USING THE WORD
  • 52. In which sentence is the word “escalate” used correctly? a.Jazmine wants to escalate that tall mountain. b.Harsh words made the argument escalate into a fight. c.Deandre helped me escalate the answer to the math problem. USING THE WORD
  • 53. Which sentence uses the word “baffled” correctly? USING THE WORD
  • 54. Which sentence uses the word “baffled” correctly? a.The school baffled off the ground prize. b.The army engaged in a huge baffled with the enemy. c.Skylar was baffled by the confusing word problems. USING THE WORD
  • 55. Which sentence uses the word “baffled” correctly? a.The school baffled off the ground prize. b.The army engaged in a huge baffled with the enemy. c.Skylar was baffled by the confusing word problems. USING THE WORD