Reading and writing 10 grade

Is this your test? Login to manage it. If not, you can generate a quiz just like it.

1.
3 points
Based on The LOST WORLD,

Write the word defined. Do not use capital letter at any case. Write the words and use the space bar.

Definition: Very dangerous, strong things, fierceful enemies, with fire on their side.

____ - ____
2.
1 point
Vocabulary set 1: Crimes (difficulty level 2)
Complete the words. The first letter has been given.

1 Tour guides often warn people to keep their bags close to their body to reduce the risk of p____________.
2 The two women climbed through the roof of the art gallery and tried to s____ valuable paintings.
3 The crime of k_________ involves taking a person. The criminals then usually demand money for the safe return of that person.
4 Throwing a stone and breaking a window is a classic example of v________.
5 Four men were arrested when it was discovered they were working as a team to commit c_________ online.

Answer for 4: _______ do not use capital letter, write all the word
3.
1 point
Vocabulary set 2: Types of evidence (difficulty level 2)
Write the blank word to complete the sentences. Do not use capital letters

6 Follow the _____ of evidence – they might still be hiding in the area.
7 The detective collected _____ and then talked to his team.
8 It had been raining so the police officer checked for _______ in the garden of the house.
9 If you have a(n) _____ , you have nothing to worry about!
10 The half-eaten ______of a take-away meal suggested they had left in a hurry.

Answer for 6: __________
4.
1 point
Vocabulary set 2: Types of evidence (difficulty level 2)
Write the blank word to complete the sentences. Do not use capital letters

6 Follow the _____ of evidence – they might still be hiding in the area.
7 The detective collected _____ and then talked to his team.
8 It had been raining so the police officer checked for _______ in the garden of the house.
9 If you have a(n) _____ , you have nothing to worry about!
10 The half-eaten ______of a take-away meal suggested they had left in a hurry.

Answer for 7: __________
5.
3 points
Based on The LOST WORLD,

Write the word defined. Meeting place for the most brillian botanists and zoologists at the age.
6.
3 points
Based on The LOST WORLD, fill in the blanks, do not use capital letters nor comma or any punctuation mark, just press the space bar if necessary

Who was in the war? ape-men vs ______
7.
3 points
Based on The LOST WORLD, fill in the blanks, do not use capital letters nor comma or any punctuation mark, just press the space bar if necessary

According to the story why was this an useless wast of time for Malone?
8.
1 point
Grammar point 1: should, must, have to, ought to, had better (difficulty level 1) Choose the correct answers.

11 I [have / must] to revise tonight because I've got a test tomorrow. Can we meet for coffee another time?
12 You [mustn't / don't have to] carry lots of money with you. You could easily lose it.
13 I really should [to phone / phone] Martin. I haven't spoken to him for ages.
14 What [must / should] we do with all this food that's left over after the party?
15 We [must / ought] find out who's behind these crimes. Somebody is sure to know something.

Answer for 14: ________ write the chosen word, do not use capital letter nor contractions
9.
2 points
Based on The LOST WORLD, fill in the blanks, do not use capital letters nor comma or any punctuation mark, just press the space bar if necessary

How much money was considered the fortune obtain from the trip?
10.
3 points
Based on The LOST WORLD, fill in the blanks, do not use capital letters nor comma or any punctuation mark, just press the space bar if necessary

How did Malone realize that there were caves in the area?
11.
2 points
Based on The LOST WORLD, fill in the blanks, do not use capital letters nor comma or any punctuation mark, just press the space bar if necessary

What color were the rocks refered to in the story
12.
1 point
Grammar point 1: should, must, have to, ought to, had better (difficulty level 1) Choose the correct answers.

11 I [have / must] to revise tonight because I've got a test tomorrow. Can we meet for coffee another time?
12 You [mustn't / don't have to] carry lots of money with you. You could easily lose it.
13 I really should [to phone / phone] Martin. I haven't spoken to him for ages.
14 What [must / should] we do with all this food that's left over after the party?
15 We [must / ought] find out who's behind these crimes. Somebody is sure to know something.

Answer for 13: ________ write the chosen word, do not use capital letter nor contractions
13.
1 point
Vocabulary set 1: Crimes (difficulty level 2)
Complete the words. The first letter has been given.

1 Tour guides often warn people to keep their bags close to their body to reduce the risk of p____________.
2 The two women climbed through the roof of the art gallery and tried to s____ valuable paintings.
3 The crime of k_________ involves taking a person. The criminals then usually demand money for the safe return of that person.
4 Throwing a stone and breaking a window is a classic example of v________.
5 Four men were arrested when it was discovered they were working as a team to commit c_________ online.

Answer for 3: _______ do not use capital letter, write all the word
14.
1 point
Grammar point 1: should, must, have to, ought to, had better (difficulty level 1) Choose the correct answers.

11 I [have / must] to revise tonight because I've got a test tomorrow. Can we meet for coffee another time?
12 You [mustn't / don't have to] carry lots of money with you. You could easily lose it.
13 I really should [to phone / phone] Martin. I haven't spoken to him for ages.
14 What [must / should] we do with all this food that's left over after the party?
15 We [must / ought] find out who's behind these crimes. Somebody is sure to know something.

Answer for 15: ________ write the chosen word, do not use capital letter nor contractions
15.
1 point
Vocabulary set 1: Crimes (difficulty level 2)
Complete the words. The first letter has been given.

1 Tour guides often warn people to keep their bags close to their body to reduce the risk of p____________.
2 The two women climbed through the roof of the art gallery and tried to s____ valuable paintings.
3 The crime of k_________ involves taking a person. The criminals then usually demand money for the safe return of that person.
4 Throwing a stone and breaking a window is a classic example of v________.
5 Four men were arrested when it was discovered they were working as a team to commit c_________ online.

Answer for 1: _______ do not use capital letter, write all the word
16.
3 points
Based on The LOST WORLD, fill in the blanks, do not use capital letters nor comma or any punctuation mark, just press the space bar if necessary

What flying creature help them to scape?
17.
1 point
Vocabulary set 1: Crimes (difficulty level 2)
Complete the words. The first letter has been given.

1 Tour guides often warn people to keep their bags close to their body to reduce the risk of p____________.
2 The two women climbed through the roof of the art gallery and tried to s____ valuable paintings.
3 The crime of k_________ involves taking a person. The criminals then usually demand money for the safe return of that person.
4 Throwing a stone and breaking a window is a classic example of v________.
5 Four men were arrested when it was discovered they were working as a team to commit c_________ online.

Answer for 5: _______ do not use capital letter, write all the word
18.
40 points
WRITING EXERCISE

You are a great detective, you always catch the guy. You are going to tell the police what to do when a crime occurs. Write a list of 10 actions that every detective must know facing any mysterious crime.

Include:

The topic vocabulary
the topic grammar
Relevant words for the unit
19.
3 points
Based on The LOST WORLD, fill in the blanks, do not use capital letters nor comma or any punctuation mark, just press the space bar if necessary

Who survived the trip and return to england?
20.
1 point
Grammar point 1: should, must, have to, ought to, had better (difficulty level 1) Choose the correct answers.

11 I [have / must] to revise tonight because I've got a test tomorrow. Can we meet for coffee another time?
12 You [mustn't / don't have to] carry lots of money with you. You could easily lose it.
13 I really should [to phone / phone] Martin. I haven't spoken to him for ages.
14 What [must / should] we do with all this food that's left over after the party?
15 We [must / ought] find out who's behind these crimes. Somebody is sure to know something.

Answer for 12: ________ write the chosen word, do not use capital letter nor contractions
21.
3 points
Based on The LOST WORLD, fill in the blanks, do not use capital letters nor comma or any punctuation mark, just press the space bar if necessary

How were they welcomed by the scientisis association?
22.
1 point
Vocabulary set 1: Crimes (difficulty level 2)
Complete the words. The first letter has been given.

1 Tour guides often warn people to keep their bags close to their body to reduce the risk of p____________.
2 The two women climbed through the roof of the art gallery and tried to s____ valuable paintings.
3 The crime of k_________ involves taking a person. The criminals then usually demand money for the safe return of that person.
4 Throwing a stone and breaking a window is a classic example of v________.
5 Four men were arrested when it was discovered they were working as a team to commit c_________ online.

Answer for 2: _______ do not use capital letter, write all the word
23.
2 points
Based on The LOST WORLD,

Write the word defined. An amazing nature structure, plane, place to live for some groups in the story.
24.
1 point
Grammar point 1: should, must, have to, ought to, had better (difficulty level 1) Choose the correct answers.

11 I [have / must] to revise tonight because I've got a test tomorrow. Can we meet for coffee another time?
12 You [mustn't / don't have to] carry lots of money with you. You could easily lose it.
13 I really should [to phone / phone] Martin. I haven't spoken to him for ages.
14 What [must / should] we do with all this food that's left over after the party?
15 We [must / ought] find out who's behind these crimes. Somebody is sure to know something.

Answer for 11: ________ write the chosen word, do not use capital letter nor contractions
25.
3 points
Based on The LOST WORLD,

Write the word defined. Useful tool to transport a living wil animal, wood made.
26.
1 point
Vocabulary set 2: Types of evidence (difficulty level 2)
Write the blank word to complete the sentences. Do not use capital letters

6 Follow the _____ of evidence – they might still be hiding in the area.
7 The detective collected _____ and then talked to his team.
8 It had been raining so the police officer checked for _______ in the garden of the house.
9 If you have a(n) _____ , you have nothing to worry about!
10 The half-eaten ______of a take-away meal suggested they had left in a hurry.

Answer for 9: __________
27.
2 points
Based on The LOST WORLD, fill in the blanks, do not use capital letters nor comma or any punctuation mark, just press the space bar if necessary

What was left on a character after this adventure? A bloody _____across the face
28.
2 points
Based on The LOST WORLD, fill in the blanks, do not use capital letters nor comma or any punctuation mark, just press the space bar if necessary

What is Gladys new husband job? he is a
29.
2 points
Based on The LOST WORLD, fill in the blanks, do not use capital letters nor comma or any punctuation mark, just press the space bar if necessary

What is the ape-men ceremony exposed in the book?
30.
3 points
Based on The LOST WORLD,

Write the word defined. Wood and metal made, long, noise, relevant for the characters safety.
31.
3 points
Based on The LOST WORLD, fill in the blanks, do not use capital letters nor comma or any punctuation mark, just press the space bar if necessary

What is the highest point in "the lost world" ? the _______
32.
1 point
Vocabulary set 2: Types of evidence (difficulty level 2)
Write the blank word to complete the sentences. Do not use capital letters

6 Follow the _____ of evidence – they might still be hiding in the area.
7 The detective collected _____ and then talked to his team.
8 It had been raining so the police officer checked for _______ in the garden of the house.
9 If you have a(n) _____ , you have nothing to worry about!
10 The half-eaten ______of a take-away meal suggested they had left in a hurry.

Answer for 10: __________
33.
1 point
Vocabulary set 2: Types of evidence (difficulty level 2)
Write the blank word to complete the sentences. Do not use capital letters

6 Follow the _____ of evidence – they might still be hiding in the area.
7 The detective collected _____ and then talked to his team.
8 It had been raining so the police officer checked for _______ in the garden of the house.
9 If you have a(n) _____ , you have nothing to worry about!
10 The half-eaten ______of a take-away meal suggested they had left in a hurry.

Answer for 8: __________