The Garden Of Abdul Gasazi Vocab Scoe

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Abdul Gasazi Quizzes & Trivia

This is a vocabulary selection test for The Garden of Abdul Gasazi. It is practice for the Reading First SCOE vocabulary test.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    <p>Part 1 – Antonyms</p><p>Read the sentence. Choose a word that means the opposite of the bold word.</p><p>The duck kept on flying, higher and higher until he disappeared in the clouds.  </p>
    • A. 

      Gone

    • B. 

      Vanished

    • C. 

      Appeared

    • D. 

      Went away

  • 2. 
    <p>Part 1 – Antonyms</p> <p>Read the sentence. Choose a word that means the opposite of the bold word.</p><p>When Miss Hester came to the door Alan blurted out his incredible story.</p>
    • A. 

      Unbelievable

    • B. 

      Wonderful

    • C. 

      Lovable

    • D. 

      Believable

  • 3. 
    <p>Part 2 - Multiple Meaning</p><p>Read the sentence.  Read and answer the question. Fill in the bubble next to you answer.</p> <p>Finally the dog gave up and fell asleep, exhausted.</p><p>In which sentence is the word exhausted used in the same way as the sentence above?</p>
    • A. 

      Alan was exhausted after a day with so much excitement.

    • B. 

      Alan exhausted all hope when he saw the duck disappear in the clouds.

    • C. 

      Miss Hester’s car had a loud exhaust.

  • 4. 
    <p>Part 3 - Context Meaning</p><p>Read the sentence. Using context, 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.</p><p>He was convinced Fritz had come this way and had been captured.</p>
    • A. 

      Possible

    • B. 

      Believed

    • C. 

      Cried

    • D. 

      Stolen

  • 5. 
    <p>Part 3 - Context Meaning</p> <p>Read the sentence. Using context, 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.</p><p>“Fritz, stop you bad dog!” cried Alan, but the dog simply ignored him.</p>
    • A. 

      Barked

    • B. 

      Paid no attention

    • C. 

      Listened carefully

    • D. 

      Ran toward

  • 6. 
    <p>Part 3 - Context Meaning</p> <p>Read the sentence. Using context, 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.</p><p>Fritz gave a tremendous tug and snapped right out of his collar.</p>
    • A. 

      Small

    • B. 

      Pull

    • C. 

      Powerful

    • D. 

      Little

  • 7. 
    <p>Part 3 – Synonyms</p><p>Read the sentence Choose a word or phrase that means the same, or about the same, as the bold word.</p><p>There in front of him stood a truly awesome sight.</p>
    • A. 

      Ugly

    • B. 

      Horrible

    • C. 

      Nice

    • D. 

      Amazing

  • 8. 
    <p>Part 3 – Synonyms</p> <p>Read the sentence Choose a word or phrase that means the same, or about the same, as the bold word.</p><p>When Miss Hester came to the door Alan blurted out his incredible story. </p>
    • A. 

      Whispered

    • B. 

      Jumped

    • C. 

      Said suddenly

    • D. 

      Burped

  • 9. 
    <p>Part 3 – Synonyms</p> <p>Read the sentence Choose a word or phrase that means the same, or about the same, as the bold word.</p><p>Walking along they discovered a small white bridge on the side of the road. </p>
    • A. 

      Found

    • B. 

      Liked

    • C. 

      Created

    • D. 

      Played with