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Below are selected Praxis II Practice Test questions from various areas of the Praxis II Elementary Education exam.  Try answering these questions on your own, then scroll down to view the correct answers.

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Praxis II Elementary Education (Reading/Language Arts) Practice Test Question:

 

An individual who speaks a language historically related to English may have an advantage in learning English as a second language because _______.

            A. the affixes of the individual’s first language will be similar to English

            B. many words and roots are likely to have similar spellings and   meanings

            C. the individual may rely on his knowledge of etymology

            D. the cultures using the two languages will be very similar

 

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Praxis II Elementary Education (Math) Practice Test Question:

 

The standard addition algorithm below is being used to add three two-digit numbers.

              4z

              27

            +x5

            y14

 If x, y and z each represent a different digit from 0 to 9, what is the value of (x)(y)(z)?

            A. 114

B. 15

C. 8

D. 7.6

 

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Praxis II Elementary Education (Social Studies) Practice Test Question:

 

The edict that “no European power should seek colonies in the Western Hemisphere” comes from ___________. 

            A. Manifest Destiny

            B. The Monroe Doctrine

            C. The War of 1812

            D. The Second Great Awakening

 

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Praxis II Elementary Education (Science) Practice Test Question:

 

What is the moon’s position relative to Earth during a lunar eclipse?

            A. The moon is behind the Sun.

            B. The moon and sun are on opposite sides of the Earth.

            C. The moon is between the Earth and the Sun.             

            D. The moon is at the zenith point.

 

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