6th Grade vocabulary practice test 59 of 76 Vocabulary Workshop
Question 1 of 10: What is the meaning of "patronize"?
2. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "challenge"?
(a) 1. to take part in a debate or a contest 2. to fight against other parties in an attempt to become the leader or winner
(b) 1. to represent a person, place, or thing in a work of art 2. to abstractly express a concrete idea
(c) 1. to question or express objection to 2. to test someone 3. to invite someone to take part in a debate or competition; to dare
(d) 1. to tell someone that they are no longer needed in an organization or a company 1. to fire or sack someone
3. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "debase"?
(a) 1. to talk poorly about someone behind their back 2. to make fun of someone while they are not within earshot 3. to say nasty things about another person
(b) 1. to build a strong base for something 2. to create a solid foundation
(c) 1. to degrade 2. to adulterate 3. to reduce in quality or value 4. to humiliate
(d) 1. to praise someone 2. to laud them for their efforts or their work 3. to talk about a person's achievements
4. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "contact"?
(a) 1. to talk to someone you know so that they can help another person you know
(b) 1. to use one's influence to help someone 2. to secure a job or any other position for a person
(c) 1. to communicate with someone over the phone or by writing a letter, e-mail or text message
(d) 1. to stop talking to someone due to a conflict or a misunderstanding 2. to shun someone
5. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "instruct"?
(a) 1. to teach someone 2. to show someone how to do something 3. to direct or give orders
(b) 1. to avoid doing something 2. to avoid a task 3. to ignore something
(c) 1. to interview a candidate 2. to consider someone for a job 3. to look into an opportunity
(d) 1. to do something for someone else 2. to play a role 3. to participate
6. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "accommodate"?
(a) 1. to trap someone or something, like a spider traps their prey 2. to catch someone or something 3. to trap someone through trickery
(b) 1. to do a favor or oblige someone 2. to supply 3. to provide space for people to stay or to be 4. to adapt or to make suitable
(c) 1. to purchase or run a hotel, motel, inn, bed and breakfast or any other place used as accommodations for travelers
(d) 1. to arrive at a location earlier than requested or required 2. to get to a place early 3. to be early
7. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "concentrate"?
(a) 1. to trouble someone 2. to cause problems or discomfort for someone 3. to create issues
(b) 1. to make life difficult 2. to complicate a situation 3. to make something more complicated than it needs to be
(c) 1. to think long and hard about something before making a decision 2. to consider the pros and cons of an issue
(d) 1. to focus on something 2. to strengthen something 3. to bring things or people together in a common location
8. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "interpret"?
(a) 1. to understand something in a certain way 2. to explain something or make it possible to understand 3. to convert someone's spoken words into another language
(b) 1. to tell someone what to think 2. to control someone's thoughts and actions 3. to abuse one's power
(c) 1. to express one's feelings about a particular subject 2. to explain one's beliefs 3. to proselytize
(d) 1. to understand something in a different way than is expected or desired 2. to not properly understand something 3. to make a mistake
9. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "constrain"?
(a) 1. to use a lot of effort trying to do something 2. to try very hard 3. to struggle
(b) 1. to rush; to speed about 2. to move quickly; to hurry 3. to run; to jog
(c) 1. to design and build a structure or a product 2. to invent and develop something
(d) 1. to keep back; to confine 2. to restrain; to limit 3. to force; to oblige
10. 6th Grade Vocabulary: What is the meaning of "transform"?
(a) 1. to use a transport service to move goods from one place to another 2. to move all of one's possessions from one home to another
(b) 1. to move something from one location to another 2. to transfer something 3. to give something a new home
(c) 1. to send materials or goods from one place to another 2. to send something to another location 3. to ship goods
(d) 1. to change something 2. to convert 3. to totally change something in an attempt to make it more attractive or improve it
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