Root Word (Tract, Man, Ped, Struct, Bio) PT 3: Question Preview (ID: 29976)

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A pull to the arm or leg muscles to bring a bone back into place when it is dislocated or fractured
a) tractor b) contract c) traction d) retraction
To pull something out, therefore having less left over: to take away from
a) traction b) attract c) subtract d) tractor
You are in school to learn from this.
a) destruction b) construction c) substructures d) instruction
Which branch of science investigates how the brain affects the body?
a) neurobiology b) biography c) autobiography d) biology
This form of work involves building homes and office buildings.
a) instruction b) construction c) substructures d) reconstruction
What do you call something that is built on top of something else?
a) superstructure b) substructure c) instructor d) destruction
Which type of science investigates living things?
a) neurobiology b) biography c) autobiography d) biology
There are many books written about the famous artist Vincent Van Gogh. They are what type of book?
a) antibiotics b) biographies c) biology d) autobiographies
When you have an ear infection, what might a doctor prescribe?
a) antibiotics b) biology c) biographies d) a biopsy
When the boy tried to navigate around the cones with his bicycle, what did he do?
a) maneuver b) manacles c) mandate d) manuals
What does a town, city, or state create to make sure that a rule or law is followed?
a) mandate b) manipulate c) maneuver d) emancipate
Old books sometimes use this word instead of handcuffs.
a) maneuvers b) manacles c) emancipate d) manager
Most of these living things walk upright instead of crawling
a) bipeds b) quadrupeds c) tripods d) peddlers
Tanya jumped when she saw one of these crawling across her living room. She was sure it had 100 legs.
a) millipede b) centipede c) biped d) quadruped
Students walking across Main Street need to look both ways because ______ need to be careful to avoid being hit by a car.
a) pedestrians b) peddlers c) centipedes d) pedals
A powerful vehicle that pulls farm machines and hauls heavy loads
a) tractor b) retraction c) manacles d) maneuver
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