Reading 4th Grade
Writing 4th Grade
Language Arts 4th Grade
Grammar 4th Grade
Adjective and Adverbs 4th Grade
100

The location and time of a story

The setting.

100

This part of an essay tells what the topic will be.

The introduction.

100

This is like a paragraph in a poem.

A stanza

100

A person place or thing. 

A noun

100

The prefix -un means

Not or the opposite meaning of the base word?

200

A word opposite in meaning to another

An antonym.

200

An essay with fictional characters, a setting, a problem, and a solution.

Narrative essay

200

A text structure where things are listed in order.

Sequence of events

200

A word that describes a noun

What is an adjective?

200

Is the following a noun or a Proper noun?

United States

A proper noun

300

What do you call a part of the book with titles and pages of where to find them?

Table of Contents 
300

An essay giving information about a topic.

An informational essay.

300

 What word has a similar meaning or close to the original word?



Synonym.

300

What punctuation marks are used when showing dialogue? 

Quotation marks 

300

The prefix re- means

What is do it again?

400

What the story is mainly about?

Main idea

400

When the story is told from the perspective of the narrator, using words like "I" or "me"

First person point of view.

400

To describe how things are alike and how they are different

Compare and contrast

400

I love going to baseball games they are so much fun.

The incorrect sentence above is an example of this type of sentence.  

Run-on sentence

400

Is the following a verb or a noun?

swimming

What is a verb?

500

Give 3 examples of text features.

picture, title, subheading, 

sidebar, graph, map, illustration


500

An essay of somebody trying to get the readers to agree with them over a topic.

An opinion/persuasive essay.

500

What is the difference between a common noun and a proper noun?

Proper noun is capitalized; proper noun is a specific name of a person place or thing

500

What does the prefix "dis" mean? (example: disobey)

Does not

500
What is a theme?

The message the reader learns from the text

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