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Quarter One Final Review

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Across
2.A run-on that is not separated by a comma
4.A group of words with multiple subjects, multiple verbs, and expresses multiple complete thoughts
7.Sentence type with two independent clauses
10.Type 4 context clue where the author gives more information about the word such as how it relates, gives examples, or explains why
12.Type 3 context clue where the reader is given words that mean the opposite of the unknown word
14.A person, place, thing, or idea
16.Words or phrases an author uses to help the reader understand new or unfamiliar words
19.A dependent clause that begins with a subordinating conjunction or a relative pronoun
20.A type of conjunction used to combine two independent clauses
23.Sentence type with one independent clause and one or more dependent clauses
24.Type 1 context clue where the meaning of the word is given to the reader
25.A type of noun in which there is only one
26.An affix placed at the end of a root word
Down
1.A noun that is specific and is always capitalized
3.Type 2 context clue where the reader is given words with similar meanings as the unknown word
5.A person, place, thing, or idea that can be experienced by one or more of the five senses
6.A noun that is general, not specific
8.A type of noun in which there are two or more
9.A group of words that has a subject, a verb, and expresses a complete thought
11.A person, place, thing, or idea that is NOT experienced by the five senses
13.A run-on that is separated by a comma
15.Sentence type with two or more independent clauses and one or more dependent clauses
17.A type of noun that includes groups
18.A group of words that may or may not have a subject or verb and does not express a complete thought
21.An affix placed before the root word
22.Sentence type with one independent clause

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