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Grade 7 NWEA MAP Reading Prep

Quiz by Laura Berridge

Grade 7
English
Georgia Standards of Excellence

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English
Georgia Standards of Excellence

ELAGSE7L1c

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  • Q1

    Arnold’s unusual behavior classified him as_________________________.

    an eccentric

    apprehensive

    congenial

    a pseudonym

    120s
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  • Q2

    Which of these is NOT a folktale?

    myth

    fable 

    satire

    legend

    120s
  • Q3

    Which is the BEST objective summary of Hansel and Gretel?

    Two German children fight duringWorld War II. 

    Two silly children are tricked byan old woman.

    Two German children find a gingerbread house and get into trouble. 

    Two silly German children make abad decision when they find a gingerbread house

    120s
  • Q4

    Read these lines from a poem:

    Hold fast to dreams

    For if dreams die

    Life is a broken-winged bird

    That cannot fly.

    Which story elements are emphasized with these lines?

    conflict and rising action

    plot and setting

    figurative language  and theme

    characterization and mood

    300s
  • Q5

    Traveling through time is a preposterous notion.

    What does “preposterous” mean as it is used in this sentence?

    enchanting

    popular

    mischievous

    ludicrous

    300s
  • Q6

     A little bit ridiculous the way George was behaving at school.

    Choose the BEST way to rewrite this sentence

    When George is at school, the way he behaves is ridiculous, a little bit.

    The way George behaved at school was a little bit ridiculous

    Best as it is.

    A little bit ridiculous, that’s the way of George behaving at school.

    300s
  • Q7

    Correct the underlined word: 

    “But what if there wrong about the storm?” questioned Angie. 

    they’re

    their

    there’s

    Correct as is.

    300s
  • Q8

    Which of these is NOT a complete sentence?

    For instance, Tom came late to work three days in a row.

    After a long and grueling process,Jeff made the final decision.

    Therefore, the time to begin the difficult interviewing process.  

    This problem always seems to comeback to haunt us. 

    300s
  • Q9

    Which of these is a compound-complex sentence?

    Ben rented the latest spy thriller, and he enjoyed it very much.

    Although Ben prefers watching melancholy films, he rented the latest spy thriller.

    Although Ben prefers watching melancholy films, he rented the latest spy thriller, and he enjoyed it very much.

    Bill rented the latest spy thriller; he enjoyed it very much, and he wanted to rent it again.

    300s
  • Q10

    We won the game against the second place team, but my uniform was muddy because it rained the entire time.

    Choose the BEST way to rewrite this sentence.

    My uniform was muddy because we won the game against the second place team and rained the entire time.

    We won the game against the second placed team; but my uniform was muddy because it rained the entire time.

    Because my uniform was muddy and it rained the entire time, we won the game against the second place team.

    Best as is

    300s

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