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  • The True or False puzzle is 1 of 8 vocabulary activities and word puzzles.
  • Use the Greek and Latin word list and roots to determine if the context sentence is True or False. Email your answers to friends, family and teachers.
  • Common Core alignment to a True or False puzzle is to two key phrases "Precise Meaning" and "Context". CCSS Alignment Strand for Specific Grades:
    Precise Meaning: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4e, 3.4d, 4.4c, 5.4c, 6.4c, 7.4c, 8.4c, 9-10.4c, 11-12.4c
    Context: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4a, 3.4a, 4.4a, 5.4a, 6.4a, 7.4a, 8.4a, 9-10.4a, 11-12.4a
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    1) Grammar Words True or False #1 -- myvocabulary.com

    Directions: To solve the Grammar Words True or False word puzzle, choose the correct answer for each sentence.
    When you hit Submit, you will get back the correct answers and percentage score from the Grammar True or False puzzle.
     
    Clue: Grammar words include the Latin roots and their meanings: BOL = throw, put; CLAR = clear; CLAM = call out, declare;DICAT = declare, speak; FIX = fixed, fastened; GEN = race, kind; IDIO = one's own; JECT = throw, cast; JUNCT = join; LITER = letter; ORDIN = order, rank; NYM = name; PART = divide, share, part; PHOR = carry, bear; PUNCT = prick, point; QUOT = how many; SON = sound; TRACT = pull, draw; one Direct from French.

    In addition to the Grammar word list, www.myvocabulary.com also provides a Definition Match, an Interactive Word Puzzle with Latin roots and a Fill in the blanks activity.
    You have permission to print the Grammar Word puzzles for study at home or in classes.
     
    Vocabulary Word List: Grammar Words True or False:
    adjective, alliteration, cliche, conjunction, consonant, contraction, declarative, exclamation, gender, hyperbole
    1) When the coach selected her to play in the All-Star game, Karen used every ADJECTIVE she could think of to express her delighted, happy feeling!
    True  
    False 
    2) Mrs. Davenport told her class than each student needed to include one CONSONANT in a presentation and suggested the example: Donald decided on delicious donuts.
    True  
    False 
    3) Too often Judy thinks she is clever when she uses the a CLICHE, "Sorry, I lost track of time" a meaningless statement of another excuse.
    True  
    False 
    4) When Janice got to high school, she had already learned that there are two kinds of CONJUNCTIONS: Coordinating CONJUNCTIONS like or and Subordinating CONJUNCTIONS like -- as soon as.
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    False 
    5) One word in the English language composed of an ALLITERATION is RHYTHM although some people think Y is a vowel.
    True  
    False 
    6) Joan found out that besides there and their the CONTRACTION of they are is they're.
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    False 
    7) When Connie asked,"Who will be at the party?" she used an interrogative expression, not a DECLARATIVE sentence.
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    False 
    8) No one heard a sound when the official read off the EXCLAMATION of the prize winner.
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    False 
    9)  Paul wonders how a scientist can tell the GENDER between very small insects.
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    False 
    10) George wanted to buy something something for his girlfriend and chose a HYPERBOLE that Nancy could wear around her neck.
    True  
    False 
     

    2) Grammar Words True or False #2 -- myvocabulary.com

    Directions: To solve the Grammar Words True or False word puzzle, choose the correct answer for each sentence.
    When you hit Submit, you will get back the correct answers and percentage score from the Grammar True or False puzzle.
     
    Clue: Grammar words include the Latin roots and their meanings: BOL = throw, put; CLAR = clear; CLAM = call out, declare;DICAT = declare, speak; FIX = fixed, fastened; GEN = race, kind; IDIO = one's own; JECT = throw, cast; JUNCT = join; LITER = letter; ORDIN = order, rank; NYM = name; PART = divide, share, part; PHOR = carry, bear; PUNCT = prick, point; QUOT = how many; SON = sound; TRACT = pull, draw; one Direct from French.

    In addition to the Grammar word list, www.myvocabulary.com also provides a Definition Match, an Interactive Word Puzzle with Latin roots and a Fill in the blanks activity.
    You have permission to print the Grammar Word puzzles for study at home or in classes.
     
    Vocabulary Word List: Grammar Words True or False:
    IDIOM, INTERJECTION, METAPHOR, PARTICIPLE, PREDICATE, PREFIX, PUNCTUATION, QUOTATION, SUBORDINATE, SYNONYM
    1) Oliver said he was as sick as a dog and felt blue all day, two common examples of an IDIOM.
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    False 
    2) Martha and Doris chose a restaurant located at the INTERJECTION of Mason Street and Grant Avenue.
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    False 
    3) Harry carefully placed the METAPHOR on a glass table knowing it was not too heavy for the surface.
    True  
    False 
    4) The leader of the mob joined with a PARTICIPLE of other rioters and caused a lot of damage to stores.
    True  
    False 
    5) Bob did not know that in the sentence, the boy was running, was running is an example of a PREDICATE.
    True  
    False 
    6) Nate realized the PREFIX mar indicated the sea and now understood the meaning of the unfamiliar word.
    True  
    False 
    7) In almost 50 minutes in class Warren studied even more about spelling, PUNCTUATION and grammar.
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    False 
    8) John likes a QUOTATION by William Shakespeare, "Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none."
    True  
    False 
    9) On the quiz, Sam identified the SUBORDINATE clause in the sentence, Don has a sister who lives in Geneva, by writing who lives in Geneva.
    True  
    False 
    10) Peter chose three words as an example of a SYNONYM for important: negligible, valid and aged.
    True  
    False