8th Grade Language Arts Worksheets
Step up your practice with our printable 8th grade language arts worksheets that are accompanied by answer keys and feature adequate exercises in forming and using verbs in the active and passive voice, recognizing and correcting inappropriate shifts, comprehending the figures of speech like onomatopoeia, oxymoron, hyperbole, personification, building vocabulary with collocations, citing textual evidence to support analysis of what the informational text says explicitly and drawing inferences from the text. Motivate your crew and encourage them to practice with our free grade 8 language arts worksheets.
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Identify the shift in the verb tenses in each sentence. Decide if it is appropriate or inappropriate. Rewrite the sentence fixing the inappropriate shifts.
Match each collocation formed with the word "lose" with its meaning on the right.
Heard the phrase "No two snowflakes are alike."? Take a peek into the life of the "Snowflake Man", who captioned this line as you read the passage.
The sentences have a mismatched tag question. Rewrite the sentences with a tag question that best fits it.
Add an exaggeration to describe the idea and create interesting hyperboles to spice up your conversation.
Know the ins and outs of the Great Compromise as you read the passage making connections with the background knowledge you possess.
Comprehend the meaning of the underlined phrasal verb in each sentence. Replace it with a normal verb and rewrite the sentence.
Look for oxymorons, the pair of contradictory words, in each sentence and explain how the words contradict each other.
Refer to the passage "Thirteen facts you didn't know about the 13 colonies", draw inferences, and analyze events to answer questions.
Identify and underline the adjective clause that is introduced by the relative pronoun and circle the noun it describes in each sentence.
Fill in the blanks choosing from the six verbs: do, make, pay, hold, take, and give; and complete the collocations.
Get ready for a tour of the continent of North America, get acquainted with the geographical location, the physical features and write what fascinates you.