2nd Grade Language Arts 2009
  • 1. A word or group of words at the top of a piece of writing.
A) solution
B) fantasy
C) heading
  • 2. Something said or known to be true. Something that is real.
A) fact
B) verb
C) grammar
  • 3. Change from one position, stage, or situation, to another.
A) opinion
B) problem
C) transition
  • 4. The rules for forming words and sentences for language.
A) context
B) retell
C) grammar
  • 5. Knowledge or facts that comes from a source. Tells you something.
A) informational
B) contrast
C) setting
  • 6. A particular type, sort, or catagory.
A) fact
B) genre
C) active listening
  • 7. A part or quality of something related to the word character.
A) features
B) punctuation
C) author's purpose
  • 8. A small item; a partiular way to describe something.
A) detail
B) voice
C) sequence
  • 9. The use of certain marks, such as question marks, commas, and periods, to groups of written words.
A) genre
B) fact
C) punctuation
  • 10. The act or process of solving a problem or question.
A) solution
B) compare
C) nouns
  • 11. A story where animals take on human characteristics.
A) fantasy
B) contrast
C) features
  • 12. Information that tells more about the whole idea.
A) main idea
B) setting
C) voice
  • 13. A word that can be used to refer to a person, place, thing, or animal.
A) narrative
B) realistic fiction
C) noun
  • 14. An action word.
A) informational
B) verb
C) genre
  • 15. What a word or phrase means.
A) solution
B) fantasy
C) context
  • 16. To tell when two or more things are the same or similar.
A) additions
B) compare
C) punctuation
  • 17. A message that tells about an act or event.
A) main idea
B) compare
C) narrative
  • 18. To tell again.
A) retell
B) informational
C) active listening
  • 19. An issue that is difficult to understand or deal with.
A) narrative
B) problem
C) voice
  • 20. What you think.
A) opinion
B) details
C) realistic fiction
  • 21. To tell when two or more things are different.
A) fact
B) main idea
C) contrast
  • 22. The time and place where the story takes place.
A) author's purpose
B) setting
C) genre
  • 23. The order events happen in a story.
A) sequence
B) character
C) headings
  • 24. A story that could happen.
A) transitions
B) realistic fiction
C) context
  • 25. How the author makes his/her writing sound.
A) voice
B) sequence
C) solution
  • 26. What the audience does when someone is speaking or reading.
A) active listening
B) problem
C) fantasy
  • 27. The reason the author writes.
A) author's purpose
B) grammar
C) fact
  • 28. A person or animal in a story.
A) character
B) active listening
C) transition
  • 29. The act of adding something
A) opinion
B) additions
C) contrast
  • 30. A feature that helps identify a person or thing.
A) narrative
B) transition
C) characteristics
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