English I-II

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English I-II
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  1. Keeping quiet about something

    A. Riotous
    B. Abyss
    C. Discreet
    Discreet
  2. To flow or move in a path that returns to the starting point

    A. circulate
    B. premiere
    C. fraudulent
    circulate
  3. Horrible; very ugly

    A. Agony
    B. Hideous
    C. Agony
    hideous
  4. A deep space

    A. abyss
    B. transit
    C. hospitable
    abyss
  5. to unite, become one

    A. resolving
    B. haven
    C. merged
    merged
  6. Acting on a sudden desire or feeling, hasty

    A. circulate
    B. transit
    C. Impulsive
    impulsive
  7. To distribute or administer

    A. dispense
    B. thrive
    C. premiere
    dispense
  8. A violent or noisy commotion, or disturbance

    A. profound
    B. tumult
    C. riotous
    tumult
  9. The act of passing or carrying through or across

    A. transit
    B. haven
    C. merged
    transit
  10. The first public appearance

    A. agony
    B. riotous
    C. premiere
    premiere
  11. Welcoming guests with fondness

    A. fraudulent
    B. hospitable
    C. thrive
    hospitable
  12. Deceitful, dishonest

    A. fraudulent
    B. haven
    C. profound
    fraudulent
  13. Disorderly, loud

    A. jubilation
    B. riotous
    C. dispense
    riotous
  14. To prosper, to succeed

    A. thrive
    B. impulsive
    C. tumult
    thrive
  15. A joyful celebration, gladness

    A. agony
    B. clammy
    C. jubilation
    jubilation
  16. A harbor or port, a place of safe shelter

    A. haven
    B. transit
    C. abyss
    haven
  17. Extreme pain

    A. hideous
    B. discreet
    C. agony
    agony
  18. Cold and damp; moist

    A. Hideous
    B. Clammy
    C. Jubilation
    clammy
  19. To come to a decision

    A. Resolving
    B. Dispense
    C. Agony
    resolving
  20. A deep meaning, intense

    A. Tumult
    B. Premiere
    C. Profound
    profound
  21. Falling to pieces

    A. circulate
    B. dilapidated
    C. thrive
    dilapidated
  22. Comfort in sorrow

    A. vigilant
    B. solace
    C. infatuated
    solace
  23. To charm

    A. elation
    B. thrive
    C. enthralled
    enthralled
  24. Foolish or unreasonable passion

    A. infatuated
    B. jubilation
    C. elation
    infatuated
  25. Deeply agitated, crazed

    A. impulsive
    B. circulate
    C. distraught
    distraught
  26. A feeling of great joy

    A. elation
    B. clammy
    C. discreet
    elation
  27. Ever awake, alert

    A. transit
    B. vigilant
    C. merged
    vigilant
  28. The part of a sentence that tells who or what the sentence is about.

    A. fragment
    B. sentence
    C. subject
    subject
  29. Gives a command or makes a request

    A. interrogative sentence
    B. imperative sentence
    C. exclammatory sentence
    D. declarative sentence
    imperative sentence
  30. Shows strong feeling

    A. interrogative sentence
    B. imperative sentence
    C. exclammatory sentence
    D. declarative sentence
    exclammatory sentence
  31. Tells what someone is or does; makes a statement

    A. interrogative sentence
    B. imperative sentence
    C. exclammatory sentence
    D. declarative sentence
    declarative sentence
  32. Asks a question

    A. interrogative sentence
    B. imperative sentence
    C. exclammatory sentence
    D. declarative sentence
    interrogative sentence
  33. A group of words that does not express a complete thought

    A. sentence
    B. fragment
    fragment
  34. The part of a sentence that tells what the subject does or is

    A. subject
    B. predicate
    predicate
  35. A group of words that expresses a complete thought

    A. sentence
    B. fragment
    sentence
  36. Close the door, so the cold air doesn't come in.

    A. interrogative sentence
    B. imperative sentence
    C. exclammatory sentence
    D. declarative sentence
    imperative sentence
  37. Why did they leave so early this morning?

    A. interrogative sentence
    B. imperative sentence
    C. exclammatory sentence
    D. declarative sentence
    interrogative sentence
  38. Hazen is a great place to live.

    A. interrogative sentence
    B. imperative sentence
    C. exclammatory sentence
    D. declarative sentence
    declarative sentence
  39. I love studying for English tests!

    A. interrogative sentence
    B. imperative sentence
    C. exclammatory sentence
    D. declarative sentence
    exclammatory sentence
  40. A shortened form of a word

    A. common noun
    B. proper noun
    C. abbreviation
    D. noun
    E. compound noun
    abbreviation
  41. Names a person, place, thing, or idea

    A. common noun
    B. proper noun
    C. abbreviation
    D. noun
    E. compound noun
    noun
  42. Can be the special name of a particular person or thing

    A. common noun
    B. proper noun
    C. abbreviation
    D. noun
    E. compound noun
    proper noun
  43. Can be the general name of a thing

    A. common noun
    B. proper noun
    C. abbreviation
    D. noun
    E. compound noun
    common noun
  44. A group of words that names a person, place, thing, event, or idea

    A. common noun
    B. proper noun
    C. abbreviation
    D. noun
    E. compound noun
    compound noun
  45. I

    A. first person
    B. second person
    C. third person
    first person
  46. you

    A. first person
    B. second person
    C. third person
    second person
  47. he

    A. first person
    B. second person
    C. third person
    third person
  48. we

    A. first person
    B. second person
    C. third person
    first person
  49. them

    A. first person
    B. second person
    C. third person
    third person
  50. yours

    A. first person
    B. second person
    C. third person
    second person
  51. me

    A. first person
    B. second person
    C. third person
    first person
  52. her

    A. first person
    B. second person
    C. third person
    third person

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