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The Disappearing Honeybee Quizzes

Vocabulary Quiz

This quiz is based on this honeybee vocabulary page.

1When something collapses it .
2The place where a honeybee lives is called a .
3Another word for "rely on" is .
4We need bees to the plants that we eat.
5There is a of honeybees in North America.

Reading Comprehension Quiz

This quiz is based on this honeybee reading page.

1According to the article, the disappearance of honeybees is called .
2Humans rely on honeybees .
3According to the article, which famous company is very worried about CCD?
4What is the most important thing people can do to help honeybees?
5Moving honeybees from place to place is called .

Grammar Quiz

When you learn a new language it is important to learn word forms. Nouns, verbs, and adjectives are the easiest to spot. Adverbs can be more difficult to find. Do you remember the role of an adverb? Here is an adverb lesson to help you remember. After you take the lesson, come back and try to spot the adverbs in these sentences. Finally, try to add adverbs to a few sentences from the reading.

Spot the adverbs

  1. But did you know that bees are very important to humans?
  2. Bees are mysteriously disappearing in many parts of the world.
  3. The poorest people always suffer the worst when there is a lack of food.
  4. Not everyone has money to donate regularly.


  1. very
  2. mysteriously
  3. always
  4. regularly

Add an adverb

Now try adding an adverb to these sentences. You may need to add an adjective and an adverb.

  1. Do you run away when you hear a bee buzzing?
  2. Bees in Italy and Australia are disappearing too.
  3. What about almonds and cherries?

Sample Answers:

  1. Do you run away quickly when you hear a bee buzzing noisily?
  2. Bees in Italy and Australia are rapidly disappearing too.
  3. What about nutritiously delicious almonds and cherries?

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