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1. Question5 point(s)
There is a word in brackets in every line, in the passage below. Match the part of speech of the word to the sentence.
Correct 5 / 5 PointsIncorrect / 5 Points
A little play does not harm any one, (but) does much good. After play, we should be glad to work.
I knew a boy who liked a (good) game very much. He could run, swim, jump, and play ball; and was always merry when out of school.
He knew that time is not all for play; that our (minutes), hours, and days are very precious.
At the end of his play, he would go home. After he had washed his face and hands, and (brushed) his hair, he would help his mother, or read his book, or write upon his slate.
He used to say, "One thing at a time." When he had done with work, he would play; but he did not try to play and to work (at) the same time.
2. Question12 point(s)
Complete the following sentences below. Read the words in brackets to help you complete the sentences.
Correct 12 / 12 PointsIncorrect / 12 Points
1. Susie Sunbeam was not real name; that was Susan Brown. But every one called Susie Sunbeam, because had such a sweet, smiling face, and always brought brightness with when she came. (her, she) 4 points
2. Her grandfather first her this name, and it to fit the little girl so nicely that soon it the place of her own. (to give, to seem, to take) 3 points
3. Even when a baby, Susie laughed and crowed morning till night. No one ever heard her cry she was sick or hurt. (place the appropriate conjunction in the spaces provided) 2 points
4. When she to walk, she loved to go about the house and get things for her mother, and in this way save her as many steps as she could. (has learned, has learnt, have learnt, had learnt) 1 point
5. She sit by her mother’s side for an hour at a time, and ask her ever so many questions, or she would take her new book and read. (would, could, should) 1 point
6. Susie was always pleasant in her play with other children. She never used an unkind word, but tried to do whatever would please her playmates . (good, better, best) 1 point
3. Question4 point(s)
Select the nouns from the passage below. Type in the space provided ONE example from the passage.
Correct 4 / 4 PointsIncorrect / 4 Points
Henry was a kind, good boy. His father was dead, and his mother was very poor. He had a little sister about two years old. He wanted to help his mother, for she could not always earn enough to buy food for her little family. Henry proved to be always honest. Honesty is a virtue.
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