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Practice - Reading - 07

Hello superstars! Do you love reading? If so, let's have some fun! This quiz is meant to test and improve your reading skills. Remember, this is not about 'winning' but about learning, so take your time, read carefully, and let's have some fun with English!
1.
What does an index in a book help with?
Spelling words correctly
Defining words
Finding topics or subjects
Guessing the end of the book
An index is a list, usually found at the end of a book, that tells you where to find specific topics or subjects.
2.
What is a theme in a book?
Summary of the book
First chapter of the book
Main idea or underlying message
List of characters in the book
The theme of a book is the main idea or underlying message that the book is trying to convey.
3.
Which tense is being used in the sentence: 'The cat chases the mouse'?
Past tense
Present tense
Future tense
Conditional tense
Present tense indicates that the action is occurring at the current time. So 'chases' is in the present tense.
4.
The sentence: 'We met at the park.' is an example of which type of sentence?
Question
Command
Exclamation
Statement
This sentence is giving information or telling something, so it's a statement.
5.
Which word or words are adjectives in the sentence: 'The beautiful lady wore a fancy hat'?
Beautiful
Fancy
Beautiful and Fancy
Fancy and Wore
Adjectives describe or modify nouns. In this case, 'beautiful' describes the 'lady' and 'fancy' describes the 'hat'.
6.
What is the setting in the sentence: 'In the heart of London, there was a baker.'?
Central London
A bakery
Outskirts of London
Impossible to say
Setting is where the story takes place. Here, it's in the 'heart of London' which means the centre of London.
7.
Who is the protagonist in the story of 'Little Red Riding Hood'?
The Wolf
The Grandmother
The Huntsman
Little Red Riding Hood
The protagonist is the main character of a story. In this case, it's Little Red Riding Hood.
8.
What is the antonym of 'bright'?
Dark
Dull
Shiny
Obvious
An antonym is a word that means the opposite of another word. Dark is the opposite of bright.
9.
Where would you find a glossary in a book?
Beginning
Middle
End
Not in a book
A glossary explains difficult or unusual words and is typically found at the end of a book.
10.
Which of these is a synonym for 'happy'?
Sorrowful
Elated
Dismal
Gloomy
Elated means extremely happy, so it's a synonym for happy. The other options mean the opposite.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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