* In this section, you are given a sentence. The sentence has then been re-written, but only the first half of the new sentence has been provided. Choose the best ending so the new sentence tells us the same thing. I walked my dog to the park. If we rewrite the beginning with: I walked to the park.. What will the ending be? A: by myself. B: with my dog. C: with my brother. D: with my cat. E: by my dog. I go swimming at the beach. If we rewrite the beginning with: At the beach... What will the ending be? A: I build sandcastles. B: I lay on the sand. C: I play with my sister. D: I go swimming. E: I swim. I am in grade 6 at school. If we rewrite the beginning with: At school I..... What will the ending be? A: am in grade 5. B: play football. C: have lots of friends. D: am in grade 6. E: like maths. My friends and I play outside. If we re-write it beginning with: I play outside... What will the ending be? A: with my brother. B: by myself. C: with my sister. D: with my dog. E: none of the
I am scared of bugs. The word scared in this sentence means: A: like B: love C: play with D: afraid E: in awe Jane is a very caring person because she tries to make sure everyone is happy. The word caring in this sentence means: A: friendly & helpful B: a nurse C: rude D: nasty E: mean The sun is shining outside; it is very hot. What does this sentence suggest? A: It is cold outside. B: It is snowing outside. C: It is not cold outside. D: It is raining outside. E: Everything is better when the sun shines. It is difficult to stand up on a ball. What does this sentence suggest? A: It is very easy to stand up on a ball. B: Standing on a ball is not hard. C: Bouncing a ball is fun. D: It is not easy to stand up on a ball. E: Standing on a ball is a trick for clowns.