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Could You Pass 6th Grade English?

Do you think you could still pass 6th grade English? Has a time rendered you a bit lost when it comes to this subject? Take these 12 questions and find out!

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What are moo and splash examples of?
Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
Adverbs

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"Come and clean your closet" is an example of what?
Alliteration
Simile
Interjection

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Which word is an example of a one-word preposition?
Into
Onward
Go

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Which of these is a pronoun?
Me
Them
Goes

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Which of these words is an adjective?
Beautiful
Run
Trot

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What is a noun?
Person, place, thing, or idea
Person, place, or thing
Person and place

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Which of these words is a verb?
Run
Tall
Girl

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What is foreshadowing?
When the author indicates what will happen next
When the author compares one thing to another
When an author uses flowery language

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What are "then" and "there" examples of?
Pronouns
Adjectives
Adverbs

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What is the phrase "crazy like a fox" an example of?
Metaphor
Simile
Allegory

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Which of these is an anagram for "bad credit?"
Debit card
Card read
Credit Score

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Where does a comma go?
Before a pause
After a pause
Before a list

C+, Sixth Grade Satisfactory

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You are sixth grade satisfactory! Though you would likely pass sixth grade English, you might have a few hiccups along the way. Don't fret, it can be hard to remember all of the ins and outs of grade school English. Study up and try again soon!

B+, Super Student

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You are a sixth grade super student! Grammar and literature can't trip you up, you're an ace of a student. You would have no problem passing sixth grade English.

A+, Sixth Grade Superior

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You are sixth grade superior! You could pass sixth grade English with flying colors. Though you're peers may have forgotten some of the basics, you sure haven't. Keep up the good work!
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1
What are moo and splash examples of?
Metaphor
Onomatopoeia
Adverbs
2
"Come and clean your closet" is an example of what?
Alliteration
Simile
Interjection
3
Which word is an example of a one-word preposition?
Into
Onward
Go
4
Which of these is a pronoun?
Me
Them
Goes
5
Which of these words is an adjective?
Beautiful
Run
Trot
6
What is a noun?
Person, place, thing, or idea
Person, place, or thing
Person and place
7
Which of these words is a verb?
Run
Tall
Girl
8
What is foreshadowing?
When the author indicates what will happen next
When the author compares one thing to another
When an author uses flowery language
9
What are "then" and "there" examples of?
Pronouns
Adjectives
Adverbs
10
What is the phrase "crazy like a fox" an example of?
Metaphor
Simile
Allegory
11
Which of these is an anagram for "bad credit?"
Debit card
Card read
Credit Score
12
Where does a comma go?
Before a pause
After a pause
Before a list

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