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Point of View Practice

Quiz by Thomas, Ayana F

Grade 6
English
Georgia Standards of Excellence

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Grade 6
English
Georgia Standards of Excellence

ELAGSE6RI6

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12 questions
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  • Q1
    What is the point of view of these sentences? You should charge your device every night. You need to update it every night, too.
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  • Q2
    What is the point of view of these sentences? My favorite thing to do on the weekends is read. It is so easy to read all day Saturday and Sunday!
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  • Q3
    What is the point of view of these sentences? Adam loves to tell jokes. He loves when he makes people laugh.
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  • Q4
    What is the point of view of these sentences? I studied all night for my test. My sister even helped me practice my vocabulary. I hope I pass!
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  • Q5
    What is the point of view of these sentences? The girls are excited to plan their friend's birthday party. They don't know their friend already knows about the party!
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  • Q6
    What is the point of view of these sentences? Please make cookies for the party. You should not forget the chocolate chips!
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  • Q7
    What is the point of view of these sentences? Justin studied all night for his test with his friends! He is sure he will pass, but he doesn't know how his friends feel about the test.
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  • Q8
    What is the point of view of these sentences? I love school. My favorite subjects are math and science.
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  • Q9
    What is the point of view of these sentences? It was so hot outside! Susan felt like she was melting and so did her friend Kate. They both decided to go to the pool in the afternoon.
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  • Q10
    What is the point of view of these sentences? Sana likes David. She wishes she knew if he likes her, too! Sana decides to write David a note to find out.
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  • Q11
    What is the point of view of these sentences? Eat a lot of fruits and vegetable every day. It will make your body healthier and stronger.
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  • Q12
    What is the point of view of these sentences? Sally and Molly love to play at the park. Sally loves the swings, and Molly loves the slide. They both love to play on the basketball court.
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