Furious
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Birthday
Trip
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100

Mother was furious when Andy's little  brother drew with crayon all over the living room walls

A. happy

B. relaxed

C. very angry

C

100

Ms. Smith's class went to the theater to see a play.

A. an activity that is done for fun

B. a kind of a story with people acting in different parts

C. to act a part

B

100

It was Billy's birthday. The children held hands and formed a ring around Billy as they sand, "Happy Birthday"

A. To make a sound

B. a piece of jewelry that you wear on your finger

C. a circle

C

100

Eric's family packed their suitcases. They were going on a camping trip to Yellowstone National Park.

A. the act of travelling

B. a stumple or fall

C. a mistake

A
100

Mr. Fern wrote a tricky math word problem on the board. He said, "the first person to solve this problem wins a prize." Tim found the key to solving the problem. He won the prize.

A. a bar or button to press to make

B. an item used for opening or closing a lock

C. a clue that solves or explains

C

200

There was a lull in the conversation where no one was talking for several seconds

A. to blurt out

B. quiet moment

C. noisy

B

200

Rita's dog, Spot, was a loyal companion. They would do everything together. Spot would go with Rita on her daily morning jog. He would even follow her around the house.

A. Friend

B. Enemy

C. Relative

A

200

Mrs. Clark used a match to light a fire in the fireplace.

A. to start burning

B. not heavy

c. somethin that gives off brightness

A

200

As Anthony was about to leave the house, his mother Asked, "Did you remember to take your umbrella with you? it is supposed to rain today."

A. to get a hold of

B to bring

C to ride

B

200

Dad hates it when the neighbor's dog digs holes in our yard. So, Dad fences in our yard to keep the neighbor's dog out of it. 

A. to stop from going somewhere or doing something

B. to have something for yourself

C. to continue in the same way

A

300

At night, the raccoons scatter trash all over the yard when they rummage through the garbage cans looking for food

A. to mix

B. to gather

C. to spread

C

300

Missy seals the box with tape before loading it onto the moving van.

A. to close tightly and completely

B. a stamp of sticker

C. an animal that lives in the ocean and has flippers instead of feet

A

300

A hummingbird beats its wings 60 times a second.

A. to hit hard

B. to stir or mix with force

C. to move up and down

C

300

the town had so much rain that the river overflowed. All the houses along the river were completely underwater

A. totally

B. almost

C. nearly

A

300

It was the last period in the hockey game. The Kings were beating the Red Wings by one goal. In the last second of the game, the Red Wings scored a goal. The crowd went wild! the game ended in a tie

A. a piece of cloth worn around the neck

B. to bind together

C. an equal score

C

400

Sara rode on the roller coaster. It slowly inched to the top of the first hill. Then it quickly plunged hundreds of feet to the bottom

A. to go down suddenly

B. to go up suddenly

C. to stand up

A

400

Eric was on the track and field team. As he was running the last lap in the race, he tripped on his shoelace, landing flat on his face. 

A. the act of traveling

B. to stumble or fall

C. a mistake


B

400

Wendy's parents were going to a party. Her dad came out dressed in a purple and pink polka dotted suit and top hat. "What a foolish outfit!" her mother said. "You can't go to the party dressed like that!".

A. silly

B. beautiful

C. wonderful

A

400

Tad and Chad were so tired from having run the marathon, they could hardly keep their eyes open during dinner.

A. easily

B. barely

C. not at all

B

400

Turtle and Hare were racing. All the animals thought Hare would win because he runs faster than a Turtle. They were amazed when Turtle crossed the finish line first.

A. joyful

B. upset

C. surprised

C

500

Hector climbed the ladder of the high dive, but was too afraid to jump. In a gentle voice his diving coach coaxed him to dive into the water

A. to force

B. to convince

C. to push

B

500

Sally packed a cooler of food and drinks for the beach. When she went to put the cooler into the car, it wouldn't budge. It was too heavy.

A. to buy

B. to move

C. to pack

B

500

As Emily walked through the cave, she noticed that there were fossils embedded in the walls.

A. growing

B. stuck

C. removed

A

500

Ms. Van announced, "students, please stop chattering and listen to me. Class has begun."

A. talking

B. playing

C. quarreling

A

500

Luc and Zac wanted a dog, but their parents always told them that they were not old enough to have one. then one day the delighted boys jumped up and down as their father got out of the car carrying a puppy.

A. very happy

B. sleepy

C. hungry

A

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