Lynh's 5th Grade Spelling Words - Bonus Words

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5th Grade English Quizzes & Trivia

These are your bonus words for spelling tests. Select all the words that are spelled correctly.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Select the correct spelling

    • A.

      Antique

    • B.

      Anteque

    • C.

      Catterpillar

    • D.

      Caterpillar

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Antique
    D. Caterpillar
    Explanation
    The correct spelling for the first word is "antique" which refers to an old and valuable item. The correct spelling for the second word is "caterpillar" which is the larval stage of a butterfly or moth.

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  • 2. 

    Select the 2 words spelled correctly.  

    • A.

      Expluration

    • B.

      Exploration

    • C.

      Fascanating

    • D.

      Fascinating

    • E.

      Fasinating

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Exploration
    D. Fascinating
    Explanation
    The words "exploration" and "fascinating" are spelled correctly. "Exploration" refers to the act of exploring or investigating something, while "fascinating" means extremely interesting or captivating.

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  • 3. 

    Select the 2 words spelled correctly.

    • A.

      Burglar

    • B.

      Bergler

    • C.

      Cologne

    • D.

      Collogne

    • E.

      Burgler

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Burglar
    C. Cologne
    Explanation
    The two words spelled correctly are "burglar" and "cologne". "Burglar" refers to a person who illegally enters a building to commit a crime, while "cologne" refers to a type of fragrance or perfume. The other options, "bergler" and "collogne", are misspelled and do not exist in the English language.

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  • 4. 

    Select the 2 words spelled correctly.

    • A.

      Flabergasted

    • B.

      Flabbergasted

    • C.

      Flabbercasted

    • D.

      Flummoxed

    • E.

      Fluxmoxed

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Flabbergasted
    D. Flummoxed
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "flabbergasted" and "flummoxed". These two words are spelled correctly. "Flabbergasted" means to be greatly surprised or shocked, while "flummoxed" means to be confused or perplexed.

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  • 5. 

    Select the 2 words spelled correctly.

    • A.

      Picknicking

    • B.

      Glossary

    • C.

      Glossery

    • D.

      Glosary

    • E.

      Picnicking

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Glossary
    E. Picnicking
    Explanation
    The two words spelled correctly are "glossary" and "picnicking". "Glossary" refers to a list of terms or words with their definitions, often found at the end of a book or document. "Picnicking" is the gerund form of the verb "picnic", which means to have a meal outside, usually in a park or countryside.

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  • 6. 

    Select the 2 words spelled correctly

    • A.

      Rambunctious

    • B.

      Rambuncatious

    • C.

      Government

    • D.

      Goverment

    • E.

      Govarnment

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Rambunctious
    C. Government
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "rambunctious" and "government". These two words are spelled correctly according to standard English spelling rules. "Rambunctious" means uncontrollably exuberant or boisterous, while "government" refers to the system or group of people governing a country or state.

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  • 7. 

    Select the 2 words spelled correctly

    • A.

      Hudgepodge

    • B.

      Hodgepodge

    • C.

      Hogepode

    • D.

      Summary

    • E.

      Summery

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Hodgepodge
    D. Summary
    Explanation
    The two words spelled correctly are "hodgepodge" and "summary". "Hodgepodge" refers to a mixture or jumble of different things, while "summary" means a brief statement or account of the main points of something.

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  • 8. 

    Select the 2 words spelled correctly.

    • A.

      Quandary

    • B.

      Quandery

    • C.

      Quadnery

    • D.

      Mosquito

    • E.

      Mosqueto

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Quandary
    D. Mosquito
    Explanation
    The words "quandery" and "quadnery" are not spelled correctly. The correct spelling is "quandary" and "mosquito".

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  • 9. 

    Select the 2 words spelled correctly.

    • A.

      License

    • B.

      Lisence

    • C.

      Jewelry

    • D.

      Jewelery

    • E.

      Jewellery

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. License
    C. Jewelry
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "license" and "jewelry". "License" is spelled correctly with the letter "c" in the middle, while "lisence" is misspelled with the letter "s" instead. Similarly, "jewelry" is spelled correctly with the letter "e" in the middle, while "jewelery" is misspelled with the letter "e" instead. "Jewellery" is an alternative spelling used in British English.

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  • 10. 

    Select the 2 words spelled correctly.

    • A.

      Labyrath

    • B.

      Labyreth

    • C.

      Lackadaisical

    • D.

      Lackadaisy

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Labyrath
    C. Lackadaisical
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "lackadaisical." This word is spelled correctly and means lacking enthusiasm or motivation. However, "labyrath" and "labyreth" are both misspelled variations of the word "labyrinth."

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  • 11. 

    Select the 2 words spelled correctly.

    • A.

      Swerd

    • B.

      Hydrogen

    • C.

      Lasugna

    • D.

      Independent

    • E.

      Summery

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Hydrogen
    D. Independent
    Explanation
    The words "hydrogen" and "independent" are spelled correctly. "Hydrogen" refers to a chemical element, while "independent" means not being influenced or controlled by others. The other words, "swerd," "lasugna," and "summery," are misspelled.

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  • 12. 

    Select the 2 words spelled correctly.

    • A.

      Summery

    • B.

      Picknicking

    • C.

      Labyrinth

    • D.

      Obediant

    • E.

      Miniscule

    Correct Answer(s)
    C. Labyrinth
    E. Miniscule
    Explanation
    The word "labyrinth" is spelled correctly as it follows the standard spelling rules for the word. "Miniscule" is also spelled correctly, although it is often confused with "minuscule." Both words refer to something small or tiny. "Summery," "picknicking," and "obediant" are all misspelled.

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  • 13. 

    Select the two words spelled correctly.

    • A.

      Lasagna

    • B.

      Zefhyr

    • C.

      License

    • D.

      Mispell

    • E.

      Randezvous

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Lasagna
    C. License
    Explanation
    The two words spelled correctly are "lasagna" and "license". "Lasagna" is a popular Italian dish, and "license" refers to an official document or permit.

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  • 14. 

    Select the 2 words spelled correctly.

    • A.

      Mosqueto

    • B.

      Misspell

    • C.

      Obediant

    • D.

      Quandary

    • E.

      Coloane

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Misspell
    D. Quandary
    Explanation
    The two words spelled correctly are "misspell" and "quandary." "Misspell" is spelled correctly as it follows the standard spelling rules for the word meaning to spell a word incorrectly. "Quandary" is spelled correctly as it follows the standard spelling rules for the word meaning a state of uncertainty or dilemma.

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  • 15. 

    Select te two words spelled correctly.

    • A.

      Randevous

    • B.

      Mosquito

    • C.

      Nonplused

    • D.

      Zephyr

    • E.

      Rambunctious

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Mosquito
    D. Zephyr
    Explanation
    The two words spelled correctly are "mosquito" and "zephyr." "Mosquito" is a common insect, while "zephyr" refers to a gentle breeze. Both words are spelled correctly according to standard English spelling rules.

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  • 16. 

    Select the 2 words spelled correctly.

    • A.

      Nonplussed

    • B.

      Blizard

    • C.

      Rendezvous

    • D.

      Fasinating

    • E.

      Flabergasted

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Nonplussed
    C. Rendezvous
    Explanation
    The two words spelled correctly are "nonplussed" and "rendezvous". "Nonplussed" means to be puzzled or confused, while "rendezvous" refers to a meeting or appointment. The other options, "blizard," "fasinating," and "flabergasted," are all misspelled.

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  • 17. 

    Select the words spelled correctly.

    • A.

      Sword

    • B.

      Villain

    • C.

      Picknicking

    • D.

      Burglor

    • E.

      Summary

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Sword
    B. Villain
    E. Summary
    Explanation
    The words "sword," "villain," and "summary" are spelled correctly. "Sword" refers to a weapon with a long metal blade, "villain" is a character in a story who opposes the protagonist, and "summary" means a brief overview or synopsis.

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