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Give the correct form of the verb in the bracket:

The Moon is much smaller than the Earth, and its diameter is just 2,159 miles (3,476 kilometers). When we compare this to the Earth you (see) ____ how much smaller it is. The diameter of the earth is 7,917 miles (12,742 kilometers). The Moon would fit into the Earth nearly 4 times!

  • have seen
  • saw
  • will see
  • are seeing

The giraffe holds the record for being _____ animal in the world. An adult can reach 5.5 meters in height, according to National Geographic.

  • the talest
  • the tallest
  • the most tallest
  • most talest

"Thanksgiving is celebrated ____ the second Monday of October ____ Canada and on the fourth Thursday of November ____ the United States."

  • on/in/on
  • on/in/in
  • in/in/in
  • in/in/on

Which tense does the sentence use?

Although Polar Bears have white, fluffy fur, their skin is actually black.

  • past tense
  • present tense
  • future tense
  • present continuous
Fill in the blank with the correct plural noun:
The Amazon Rainforest is found in South America, and it goes across many _________ such as Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Venezuela, and Colombia. This amazing forest is over 2.2 million square miles large and it is the largest tropical rainforest in the world.
  • countries
  • districts
  • cities
  • villages

Footprints and tyre tracks left behind by astronauts on the moon ____ there forever as there is no wind to blow them away.

  • are staying
  • stayed
  • stay
  • will stay
Read the following sentence and answer the question:
Abraham Lincoln was famous for always telling the truth. Because of this, he earned the nickname ____
  • Funny Abe
  • Honest Abe
  • Smart Abe
  • Awesome Abe
Which of these living things does NOT have a backbone?
  • Human
  • Dog
  • Snail
  • Snake
Answer the question:
If the moon is full, what shape is it in the sky?
  • Square
  • Circle
  • Half-circle
  • Diamond
What is the name of the organ in our bodies that pumps blood?
  • Liver
  • Brain
  • Lungs
  • Heart
Fill in the blank with a suitable word to complete the following passage:
Dolphins can’t actually breathe out of their mouths. So how do they breathe? Well they use the blowhole at the _____ of their heads, which is like a big nostril.
  • bottom
  • top
  • center
  • above
Choose the best answer to answer the question:
Easter is an important holiday in which religion?
  • Hinduism
  • Judaism
  • Islam
  • Christianity

Which of the following travels the most slowly?

  • sound
  • light
  • airplane
  • car
What do you call a scientist who studies the stars?
  • geologist
  • chemist
  • astronomer
  • biologist
The dolphin is the only mammal that gives birth with the _______ first instead of the head, and this is to make sure their baby doesn’t drown. Animals are amazing.
  • foot
  • hand
  • tail
  • tusk
Ancient warriors of Japan were known as Samurai. They were very skilled fighters and swordsmen. Their main weapon was the Katana, a sharp _______ with a slight curve to it.
  • gun
  • sword
  • spear
  • knife

Match the words with their definitions:

  • You can open the doors with it
  • A school subject about hills, rivers, lakes and so on
  • Go there to find out about history
  • Animals that live in the jungle

Read the passage carefully, and then answer the question below:
Lin-Manuel Miranda is an actor, singer and songwriter. He wrote Hamilton: An American Musical. Musicals are plays that tell stories with songs. Hamilton tells the story of how America first became a country.
Some people might think that a musical about America’s past would be boring. But Lin-Manuel found a way to make Hamilton interesting. He used a newer kind of music in the musical, called hip hop.


What is the passage about?

  • How America first became a country
  • Hip hop
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda and his musical Hamilton
  • Musicals

Read the passage carefully, and then answer the question below:

Robots are machines that help people get things done. They aren’t alive and they don’t have feelings. This makes them better than people for some jobs.

For example, some jobs in factories are boring. They need people to do the same thing over and over. People don’t like that but robots don’t mind. So, robots are used in factories to make things like cars, toys, and even candies.

Robots can also do dangerous jobs. For example, they can drive on Mars or go inside gas tanks. These jobs are harmful to people, but they don’t hurt robots.


Question: Robots are suitable for …..

  • Dangerous jobs
  • Careful jobs
  • Easy jobs
  • Unstable jobs

Read the passage carefully, and then answer the question below:

We were almost there! I saw the flag for the national park waving in the summer wind. In just a few minutes we’d be exploring the rim of the magnificent Grand Canyon. Like millions of other tourists who visit the Grand Canyon National Park each year, we were filled with awe at its enormous size and spectacular beauty. Like the descriptions of the canyon we read before leaving home told us, we quickly realized that the canyon is a rare treasure.

We hiked along the steep trail, watching our steps so we would not slip. We stopped hiking every fifteen minutes or so to rest and admire the awesome views. We needed to save some energy for the difficult climb back up the trail.


The canyon is ……

  • A rare treasure
  • A flag
  • Small
  • Not so magnificent

Read the passage carefully, and then answer the question below:

Sally Ride was ranked number eighteen among the best young tennis players in the country when she was 18.

Sally always liked studying science. When she went to college she studied astrophysics. Astrophysics is the science of stars and planets. She liked great literature too. She graduated from college with two degrees. The other degree was in English. She stayed longer in college and became Dr. Sally Ride. She was a specialist in astrophysics.

Sally was interested in joining NASA as an astronaut. She was chosen as one of six women in the astronaut class in 1978. She studied at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. She learned how to fly military jets as part of her training.

In 1982 Sally Ride was selected to go on the second Challenger space flight. She would be the first American woman to go into space. Sally ride spent six days in space orbiting the earth.


Sally Ride was chosen into an astronaut class in …….

  • 1982
  • 18
  • 2
  • 1978

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