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Language
Spelling & Grammar
Literature
Informational
100

A complete sentence has these two parts.

What is a "subject" and "predicate"

100

The noun in this sentence:

The girl chased it away.

What is (girl)?

100

Two smaller words put together to form one word.

What is a (compound word)?

100

A person or animal in a story.

Who/What is (character)?

100

This text feature tells what a whole passage or text is about.

What is the (title)?

200

This "figurative language," typically found in poetry, is when the sound at the beginning of words repeats itself.

What is alliteration?

200

The prefix "re" means this.

What is (again)?

200

This is done to form the plural of class.

What is "add es" (classes)?

200

This is the person who is telling the story.

Who is (narrator)?

200

This text feature tells what a section of text is mostly about.

What are (headings)?

300

The subject of this sentence:

The man opened the door.

What is (man) or (the man)?

300

This part of speech is a person, place, or thing.

What is (noun)?

300

This is the plural of child.

What is (children)?

300

This is the person who wrote the story?

Who is (the author)?

300

These important words in a text are darker in a way that helps readers quickly spot them.

What are/is (boldface or bold)?

400

The type of sentence shows strong feeling.

What is (exclamation) or (exclamatory)?

400

This part of a sentence tells what the subject is or does.

What is (predicate)?

400

These name specific people, places and things and begin with a capital letter.

What are (proper nouns)?

400

This is where the story takes place?

What is the (setting)?

400

This is a search tool in a digital text.

What are (hyperlinks)?

500

This is a poem's "paragraph.

What is (stanza)?

500

The four types of sentences.

What are Statement, Question, Command, and Exclamation?

500

The silent letter in the following words: sign, gnaw, gnome

What is "g"?

500

This "figurative language" compares two things using the words "like" or "as."

What is (simile)?

500

This is what a passage or text is mostly about.

What is (main idea)?

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