6th Grade vocabulary practice test 54 of 76 Vocabulary Workshop
Question 1 of 10: What is the meaning of "restrict"?
2. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "survive"?
(a) 1. to list something off in order to make sure one has completed all necessary tasks 2. to make sure that someone has done everything they must
(b) 1. to live through an event 2. to stay alive 3. to continue to exist 4. to outlive someone
(c) 1. to enter into a battle or argument in order to defend one's point of view 2. to fight for one's rights
(d) 1. to make someone shocked because they were not expecting what you did 2. to catch someone off guard
3. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "consult"?
(a) 1. to look at in order to determine the size or scope of the problem 2. to glance at
(b) 1. to get advice from someone or something; to ask someone their opinion 2. to consider; to take into account
(c) 1. to totally ignore 2. to imagine or pretend that something or someone does not exist 3. to pass over someone
(d) 1. to make a unilateral decision 2. to do something without determining the opinions of others 3. to make up your own mind
4. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "cite"?
(a) 1. to look at something 2. to interpret something using one's sense of sight
(b) 1. to choose a specific location in order to build a house or construct any other building 2. to clean a building site
(c) 1. to look for someone or something 2. to search
(d) 1. to use information or exact words from another source; to quote 2. to use as an example
5. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "eschew"?
(a) 1. to look for 2. to start something or to begin something that will become a habit 3. to intentionally try to participate in something
(b) 1. to quit working 2. to stop participating in a previous hobby or habit 3. to take the shell off of something
(c) 1. to escape or avoid punishment 2. to stop doing something because one is no longer interested 3. to take the shell off of something
(d) 1. to escape or avoid 2. to stop doing something or give something up 3. to intentionally keep away from something
6. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "comment"?
(a) 1. to look into a matter 2. to search for information or sources about a specific matter
(b) 1. to confirm one's dedication to 2. to formally align with
(c) 1. to make a formal statement, whether spoken or written, dedicating one's devotion to something
(d) 1. to say something 2. to make a remark 3. to explain something through a verbal or written remark
7. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "pursue"?
(a) 1. to look over 2. to scan 3. to look through
(b) 1. to indicate 2. to make a statement 3. to talk about
(c) 1. to follow someone or something 2. to hunt for or look for
(d) 1. to look into 2. to examine 3. to carefully search
8. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "evaluate"?
(a) 1. to lose value 2. to cause to lose value 3. to lower the market so that something loses value
(b) 1. to place an arbitrary value on something 2. to guess the worth of something
(c) 1. to judge 2. to closely examine something before determining its value
(d) 1. to carefully study the market and then place a fair value on something 2. to determine something's value by looking at the market
9. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "cringe"?
(a) 1. to make a disgusted expression with one's face 2. to show repulsion or disrespect
(b) 1. to move backwards quickly 2. to retreat from battle 3. to run away from a threat or a perceived threat
(c) 1. to style one's hair in a way that creates small and tight waves 2. to create small waves, folds or ridges on any sort of material
(d) 1. to move away from something or someone suddenly because you are surprised, afraid or embarrassed
10. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "depress"?
(a) 1. to make a situation more serious 2. to guarantee the seriousness or severity of a situation 3. to be strict
(b) 1. to press or force down 2. to make someone feel quite sad 3. to weaken 4. to lower the amount of something
(c) 1. to prepare a project or a presentation 2. to work on a project 3. to rehearse a presentation
(d) 1. to enliven a situation 2. to make a situation more interesting and entertaining for those attending
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