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Dict, Ject, Sect

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  • Q1
    Choose the correct use of the word "dictator".
    Looking up a word in the dictator helps me understand a confusing word's meaning.
    I wish I could be able to dictator when something is going to happen before it actually happens.
    When the "guilty" dictator was delivered by the jury, the family of the victim cheered for justice.
    The teacher was a dictator in her classroom because she made the rules and didn’t listen to anyone else.
    30s
  • Q2
    Choose the correct use of the word "dictionary".
    When the "guilty" dictionary was delivered by the jury, the family of the victim cheered for justice.
    The teacher was a dictionary in her classroom because she made the rules and didn’t listen to anyone else.
    Looking up a word in the dictionary helps me understand a confusing word's meaning.
    I wish I could be able to dictionary when something is going to happen before it actually happens.
    30s
  • Q3
    Choose the correct use of the word "predict".
    The teacher was a predict in her classroom because she made the rules and didn’t listen to anyone else.
    I wish I could be able to predict when something is going to happen before it actually happens.
    Looking up a word in the predict helps me understand a confusing word's meaning.
    When the "guilty" predict was delivered by the jury, the family of the victim cheered for justice.
    30s
  • Q4
    Choose the correct use of the word "verdict".
    Looking up a word in the verdict helps me understand a confusing word's meaning.
    I wish I could be able to verdict when something is going to happen before it actually happens.
    The teacher was a verdict in her classroom because she made the rules and didn’t listen to anyone else.
    When the "guilty" verdict was delivered by the jury, the family of the victim cheered for justice.
    30s
  • Q5
    Choose the correct use of the word "dejected".
    Oh no! Our boat is sinking! We need to deject all of our goods.
    A nuclear missile is dejected and can cross oceans from one country to another.
    The dog felt dejected when he realized his favorite toy had been thrown away.
    The rocket ship's deject helped NASA scientists to plan where the ship would land.
    30s
  • Q6
    Choose the correct use of the word "projectile".
    A nuclear missile is a projectile and can cross oceans from one country to another.
    The rocket ship's projectile helped NASA scientists to plan where the ship would land.
    Oh no! Our boat is sinking! We need to projectile all of our goods.
    The dog felt projectile when he realized his favorite toy had been thrown away.
    30s
  • Q7
    Choose the correct use of the word "jettison".
    A nuclear missile is a jettison and can cross oceans from one country to another.
    The rocket ship's jettison helped NASA scientists to plan where the ship would land.
    Oh no! Our boat is sinking! We need to jettison all of our goods.
    The dog felt jettisoned when he realized his favorite toy had been thrown away.
    30s
  • Q8
    Choose the correct use of the word "trajectory".
    The rocket ship's trajectory helped NASA scientists to plan where the ship would land.
    A nuclear missile is a trajectory and can cross oceans from one country to another.
    The dog felt trajectory when he realized his favorite toy had been thrown away.
    Oh no! Our boat is sinking! We need to trajectory all of our goods.
    30s
  • Q9
    Choose the correct use of the word "dissect".
    I'm going to dissect that big field so that I will get to the other side quicker!
    I dissected a frog in 8th grade to investigate the body parts inside.
    Let's meet at the dissect of Cross Rd and Longview Rd.
    I'm going to dissect the birthday cake so that the three of us will each get a piece.
    30s
  • Q10
    Choose the correct use of the word "trisect".
    Let's meet at the trisect of Cross Rd and Longview Rd.
    I trisected a frog in 8th grade to investigate the body parts inside.
    I'm going to trisect that big field so that I will get to the other side quicker!
    I'm going to trisect the birthday cake so that the three of us will each get a piece.
    30s
  • Q11
    Choose the correct use of the word "intersection".
    Let's meet at the intersection of Cross Rd and Longview Rd.
    I intersection a frog in 8th grade to investigate the body parts inside.
    I'm going to intersection that big field so that I will get to the other side quicker!
    I'm going to intersection the birthday cake so that the three of us will each get a piece.
    30s
  • Q12
    Choose the correct use of the word "transect".
    Let's meet at the transect of Cross Rd and Longview Rd.
    I'm going to transect that big field so that I will get to the other side quicker!
    I'm going to transect the birthday cake so that the three of us will each get a piece.
    I transected a frog in 8th grade to investigate the body parts inside.
    30s

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