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The Music of the O'odham English ACT

Quiz by Kimberly Feher

Grade 11
English Language Arts
Common Core

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Grade 11
English Language Arts
Common Core

L.1.1j

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  • Q1
    associated and connected
    connected by some of them
    linked by association
    no change
    associated
    30s
  • Q2
    popular for
    popular for the duration of
    popular, one might say, for
    really quite popular for
    no change
    30s
  • Q3
    Which of the following alternatives to the underlined portion would NOT be acceptable? (Instrumental--the bands generally
    instrumental, the bands generally
    instrumental; in general, the bands
    instrumental; the bands generally
    instrumental. The bands generally
    30s
  • Q4
    music that performed
    music, performing
    music in which it is performed
    music, performed
    no change
    30s
  • Q5
    word itself
    word itself,
    no change
    word, itself
    word, itself,
    30s
  • Q6
    Cheek to cheek, the dance is performed to the relaxed two-step tempo,
    no change
    A relaxed two-step tempo, the couples dance cheek to cheek,
    Couples dance cheek to cheek to the relaxed two-step tempo,
    Cheek to cheek, the two-step tempo relaxes dancing couples
    30s
  • Q7
    play long past
    play, long past
    play long, past,
    no change
    play, long past,
    30s
  • Q8
    were also stepping
    no change
    have also stepped
    will also step
    are also stepping
    30s
  • Q9
    their
    no change
    they're
    it's
    its'
    30s
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  • Q10
    At this point, the writer is considering adding the following true statement: The agricultural practices of the O'odham are similar to those of the Maya. Should the writer make this addition?
    Yes, because the sentence provides important information about the O'odham people.
    No, because the sentence is not supported by evidence of a connection between the O'odham and the Maya.
    No, because the sentence distracts from the paragraph's focus on waila's uses and influences.
    Yes, because the sentence establishes that the O'odham often borrowed ideas from other groups.
    30s
    L.1.1j
  • Q11
    All of the following ould be acceptable placements for the underlined portion (in the 1700s) EXCEPT:
    at the beginning of the sentence (revising the capitalization accordingly)
    after the word guitars
    where it is now
    after the word missionaries (ending the sentence with a period)
    30s
    L.1.1j
  • Q12
    have borrowed
    were borrowed
    no change
    have been borrowing
    borrowed
    30s
    L.1.1j
  • Q13
    Given that all of the choices are true, which one is most relevant to the focus of this paragraph? (which explains the presence of saxophones in waila)
    no change
    (although fiddles were once widely used in waila bands).
    (which are frequently found in jazz bands also).
    (even though they're now often constructed of metal).
    30s
    L.1.1j
  • Q14
    workers;
    workers:
    workers,
    workers
    no change
    30s
    L.1.1j

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