3rdhm-theme3-sel3-raising Dragons-vocabscoe

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3rdhm-theme3-sel3-raising Dragons-vocabscoe

This is a vocabulary selection test for Raising Dragons. It is practice for the Reading First SCOE vocabulary test.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Part 1 – AntonymsRead the sentence. Choose a word that means the opposite of the underline word. Then fill in the bubble next to the word you have chosen.I did my chores at one end of the barn while Pa worked at the other end.
    • A. 

      Tasks

    • B. 

      Jobs

    • C. 

      Responsibilities

    • D. 

      Play

  • 2. 
    Part 1 – Antonyms Read the sentence. Choose a word that means the opposite of the underline word. Then fill in the bubble next to the word you have chosen.Hank preferred fish, frogs, eels, and insects. He had a healthy appetite.
    • A. 

      Craving for food

    • B. 

      Hunger

    • C. 

      Fullness

    • D. 

      Desire to eat

  • 3. 
    Part 1 – Antonyms Read the sentence. Choose a word that means the opposite of the underline word. Then fill in the bubble next to the word you have chosen.At the end it got very hard. I had to say farewell to Hank.
    • A. 

      Howdy

    • B. 

      So long

    • C. 

      Farther

    • D. 

      Good-bye

  • 4. 
    Part 3 – Multiple MeaningsRead the sentence. Read and answer the question. Fill in the bubble next to you answer.One morning with Samson, our mule, hitched for work, Pa set out to plow the fields.In which sentence is the word hitched used in the same way as the sentence above?
    • A. 

      After saying “I do”, the bride and groom were officially hitched.

    • B. 

      The horse was hitched to the milk wagon.

    • C. 

      They hitched a ride with their friends.

  • 5. 
    Part 3 - Context MeaningRead the sentence. Using context, choose a word or phrase that means the same, or about the same, as the underlined word. Then fill in the bubble next to your choice.Hank and I tended the crops.
    • A. 

      Ate

    • B. 

      Took care of

    • C. 

      Tanned

    • D. 

      Observed

  • 6. 
    Part 3 - Context Meaning Read the sentence. Using context, choose a word or phrase that means the same, or about the same, as the underlined word. Then fill in the bubble next to your choice.Pa set out to plow the fields.
    • A. 

      Plug

    • B. 

      Cultivate

    • C. 

      Enjoy

    • D. 

      Inspect

  • 7. 
    Part 3 - Context Meaning Read the sentence. Using context, choose a word or phrase that means the same, or about the same, as the underlined word. Then fill in the bubble next to your choice.Ma harvested her tomatoes.
    • A. 

      Weeded

    • B. 

      Planted

    • C. 

      Tended

    • D. 

      Picked

  • 8. 
    Part 4 – SynonymsRead the sentence. Choose a word or phrase that means the same, or about the same, as the underlined word. Then fill in the bubble next to your choice.The ground had been turned over and seeds had been sown.
    • A. 

      Eaten

    • B. 

      Planted

    • C. 

      Watered

    • D. 

      Spotted

  • 9. 
    Part 4 – SynonymsRead the sentence. Choose a word or phrase that means the same, or about the same, as the bold word. Then fill in the bubble next to your choice.I read Murdoch's Adventure Atlas of the Known and Unknown World.
    • A. 

      Explanations

    • B. 

      Pictures

    • C. 

      Maps

    • D. 

      Dictionary

  • 10. 
    Part 4 – Synonyms Read the sentence. Choose a word or phrase that means the same, or about the same, as the underlined word. Then fill in the bubble next to your choice.Normally I don’t get mushy at departing, but when Hank turned to me and called me Cupcake, I boohooed a heap.
    • A. 

      Leaving

    • B. 

      Coming

    • C. 

      Approaching

    • D. 

      Depending