The True Confessions Of Charlotte Doyle-part 1

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The True Confessions Of Charlotte Doyle Quizzes & Trivia

Test over story elements, literary elements, and vocabulary for the novel The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by Avi.


Questions and Answers
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    The galley is ____________________ .
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    Vocabulary in context:He was feeling very ______________________ this afternoon since his goldfish Patrick just died, and he was mourning his loss.
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    Vocabulary in context:My mother told me that I shouldn't hang around with hoodlums unless I wanted to be considered a _________________________ myself.
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    Vocabulary in context:The criminal looked quite ________________________ as he sat in the courtroom with a threatening look upon his face.
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    Vocabulary in context:Not wanting to do her chores, Julie chose to ______________________ her responsibilities and surf the net rather than do her work.
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    Vocabulary in context:He seemed to be very __________________________ as he worked with the sculpture, crafting it with his skilled hands.
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    Vocabulary in context:The hitch on the back of the car was _________________________ from the back bumper, sticking out so far that I almost gashed my leg.
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    Vocabulary in context:When the students found out that the cafeteria was no longer going to be selling soft pretzels with cheese, they decided to organize a ______________________ to show their displeasure with the decision.
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    Vocabulary in context:The hard labor of the construction worker made him feel very _______________________ and weak at the end of the long, hot day.
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    Vocabulary in context:The disrespectful way that she was talking to her friend was just plain __________________________ .  She should be showing her friend respect instead.
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    Vocabulary in context:When I graduated from kindergarten, all of my family was there to help me celebrate the _________________________  occasion.  It was such an important and meaningful day.
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    Vocabulary in context:One of my favorite things to do on a summer afternoon is _______________ in the sun while reading a great book.
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    Vocabulary in context:My little sister was  absolutely ______________________ when she found out that I broke a piece of her tea set.  Even though it was an accident, she was extremely angry.
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    Vocabulary in context:While I like any kind of ice cream, if I have a choice,  I tend to be ____________________ to chocolate.  It is the flavor I usually pick.
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    Vocabulary in context:At the beginning of the story, Charlotte seemed to be quite _______________________ as she chatted delightfully with Mr. Jaggery, trying to impress him with her charm.
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    Vocabulary in context:He ____________________________ grabbed hold of the bar in front of his seat without even thinking, as the roller coaster began its decent down the steep hill and continued its journey through twists and turns.