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Direction : Choose the best answer. Wilma moved very fast. She passed the other runners. She could see the finish line. 1. Wilma was a. in a race c. reading a book

b. in a car d. play volleyball

spoon.

William sat down at the table. He put a napkin in his lap. Then he picked up a

2. William is going to. a. sleep c. eat

b. drink some milk d. play a computer

Wilawan turned out the light. Then she pulled up the covers. She closed her eyes. 3.Wilawan was.. a. in bed c. having lunch

b. getting up d. taking a bath

I I know know you you can can do do it! it.

One room in Queen Marys dollhouse is full of toy. There is a small record player that really works. There is a toy puppet show, a rocking horse, and even another dollhouse ! 4. From these facts you can tell that this room is probably the a. bathroom b. playroom c. bedroom d. study room Another room in the dollhouse has a stove. There are many pots and pans on the shelves. There is even a little jar of fruit and a tin of crackers. 5. From these facts you can tell that this room is probably the.. a. garage b. library c. kitchen d. sitting room The wood nymphs ran away screaming when Perseus approached them. 6. You can conclude that the wood nymphs were.. a. frightened by someone other than Perseus. b. delighted Perseus had come to visit. c. afraid that Perseus might hurt them. d. sorry for their deed to Perseus.

Perseus thought that the three weapons the wood nymphs gave him were useless because he already had these things. 7. You can conclude that the weapons were a. very special but didnt look it. b. not very pretty. c. used by the wood nymphs every day. d. very old and easily broken.

The three Gorgons were carelessly sleeping in the afternoon sun as they always did. 8. You can conclude that the Gorgons were a. afraid of everyone and everything. b. busy planning how to trap Perseus when he came. c. not very worried about anyone trying to harm them. d. precious about the morning sun than any other things. Man has used many methods to measure things. Long, long ago in Egypt people measured some distances in units called cubits. A cubit was a distance between a persons elbow and the tip of his second finger. Though this method was sometimes helpful, it was not a perfect method of measurement. 9. We can conclude that a cubit was not an ideal way to measure because. a. some people always cheated. b. some people were taller than others. c. a cubit is different from person to person. d. some people were smarter than others.

Most animals are given only a short period of training before their parents leave them. For many animals the training period lasts but a matter of days or weeks. This is not so with the clever little fox. Young foxes learn from their parents how to catch food and escape from enemies for almost six months before they strike out on their own. 10. We can conclude that the fox. a. might be more stupid than other animals. b. never learns his lesson. c. really doesnt try very hard. d. might have more difficult things to learn than any other animals.

Be careful..Do it by yourself.

SEE! You can do it.

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1. a. in a race 2. c. eat 3. a. in bed 4. b. playroom 5. c. kitchen 6. c. afraid that Perseus might hurt them. 7. a. very special but didnt look it. 8. c. not very worried about anyone trying to harm them. 9. c. a cubit is different from person to person. 10. d. might have more difficult things to learn than any other animals.

WOW!! How smart you are!

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Direction : Match the pictures with the vocabulary.

builder

Excellent!!

1. Builder 2. Fisherman 3. Cook 4. Farmer 5. Soldier 6. Painter

Um!!

How easy it is!

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Direction : Read each pair of sentences. Then circle the letter of the sentence that best sums up what has been said. 1. There are many difficult questions about sleep. Scientists are trying to answer some of these questions. a. Scientists are trying to answer questions about sleep. b. Scientists sleep when they have a question. 2. Everyone should eat a good, hearty breakfast. It is the most important meal of the day. a. Lunch comes after breakfast. b. A good breakfast is very important. 3. The jet plane flew across the sky. It flew over the cows in the pasture. a. Cows stay in the pasture. b. The plane flew over the pasture. 4. John could not sleep. He had a glass of milk and listened to music until he got sleepy. a. John had some milk and listened to music to get sleepy. b. John likes milk and music. 5. People spend about 122 days each year sleeping. This is more time than people spend eating, working, or playing. a. People spend more time sleeping than eating, working, or playing. b. Most people like to eat, sleep, and play.

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a. Scientists are trying to answer questions about sleep. b. A good breakfast is very important. b. The plane flew over the pasture. a. John had some milk and listened to music to get sleepy. a. People spend more time sleeping than eating, working, or playing.

Excellent Students!

Thank you!

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Direction : Read each group of facts. Circle the best conclusion. 1. Andy lives on a farm. He helps his parents take care of the animals. From these facts you can tell that Andys parents are probably a. doctor b. teacher c. farmer

3. The miners began to dig up the ground. They saw something shine. It was yellow in colour. We will be rich! They said. The miners probably found a. water b. gold c. rocks 4. Banks and stores were built in places where gold was found. Houses and hotels were built there, too. Soon more people moved in. Everyone is gold rush towns had a lot to do. Gold rush towns most likely.. a. empty b. very small c. very busy

2. Canada geese fly south in the fall. They fly back north in the spring. It is almost spring. From these facts you can tell that the geese would fly a. back north b. south c. to farms

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5. Kim started at the machine. Part of it looked a little like a TV. Part of it looked like a little like a typewriter. She wondered what it was. From these facts you can tell that Kim.. a. had never seen a computer before. b. was looking at an abacus. c. had seen many computers. 6. The new computer could draws picture. Tom sat down at the computer with a picture of a ship. I hope this works, he said. From these facts you can tell that Tom will try to make a computer a. build a ship. b. sail across a lake. c. draw a ship. 7. Andy stood looking up at the sky. The birds looked like tiny dots. It was hard to see them. From these facts you can tell that the birds were a. swimming in the lake. b. flying very high. c. covered with dots.

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8. Mrs. Richards carefully put a pin in the map. Each pin stood for one Canadian goose. There were 120 pins by Silver Lake. There were 75 pins by Apple Pond. From these facts you can tell that a. more geese had been seen at Apple Pond. b. Mrs. Richards had seen only a few geese. c. More geese had been seen at Silver Lake. 9. All animals born in the Winter of the Blue Snow are blue. Paul Bunyans ox, Babe, was born in the Winter of the Blue Snow. You can conclude that Babe was a. white b. blue c. red 10. To make a special soup you need vegetables, meat, salt, and water. Every so often Paul Bunyan would fill up a lake with green peas. Hed add pigs and salt. Then he would start a fire along the shore and send some cooks to start stirring. You can conclude that Paul was a. getting ready to sleep. b. making soup. c. going swimming.

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1. c. farmer 2. a. back north 3. b. gold 4. c. very busy 5. a. had never seen a computer before. 6. c. draw a ship 7. b. flying very high. 8. c. More geese had been seen at Silver Lake. 9. b. blue 10. b. making soup.

God!! You got full mark!!

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Direction : Read each paragraph. Circle the sentence that sums up the paragraph. 1. In 1849, gold was discovered at Suttlers Mill, California. People went to California in search of wealth. It was a dream that many Americans followed. a. Gold was found from a bank robbery that happened in 1849. b. California was the richest state in 1849. c. Many people went to California to search for gold in 1849. The miners pants got ruined when they dug for gold. The pants got holes in them and came apart. Soon the miners only had ragged, old pants. a. The miners needed stronger pants. b. Miners had to dig a lot when they were searching for gold. c. The miners wanted cheaper pants. Canvas is stiff and heavy. Levi searched for a new cloth that would be strong, but softer than canvas. He decided that denim would make better pants than canvas.

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a. Levi wanted to make his pants better. b. Levi wanted to change more for his pants. c. Levi wanted to find a cloth that would last longer.

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Levi decided to use denim, but when it came there was a problem. It was white. Miners did heavy work, and white pants would get dirty too fast. a. Denim only comes in white. b. The miners wanted blue pants. c. The denim would have to be dyed.

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Levi decided to use indigo, a dye that comes from India. It was easy to use, cheap, and gave a beautiful blue color. a. Indigo was cheap but took too long to arrive from India. b. Indigo seemed to be the best dye for Levi. c. Indigo was pretty but too cheap looking.
Very Good!

Lets go on!

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c. Many people went to California to search for gold in 1849. a. The miners needed stronger pants. a. Levi wanted to make his pants better. c. The denim would have to be dyed. b. Indigo seemed to be the best dye for Levi.

Umm. What a good student!!

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Direction : Choose the best answer. Another room in the dollhouse has a stove. There are many pots and pans on the shelves. There is even a little jar of fruit and a tin of crackers. 1. From these facts you can tell that this room is probably the.. a. garage b. library c. kitchen d. sitting room One room in Queen Marys dollhouse is full of toy. There is a small record player that really works. There is a toy puppet show, a rocking horse, and even another dollhouse ! 2. From these facts you can tell that this room is probably the a. bathroom b. playroom c. bedroom d. study room William sat down at the table. She put a napkin in her lap. Then she picked up a spoon. 3. William is going to. a. sleep c. eat

b. drink some milk d. play a computer

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Wilawan turned out the light. Then she pulled up the covers. She closed her eyes. 4.Wilawan was.. a. in bed c. having lunch

b. getting up d. taking a bath

Wilma moved very fast. She passed the other runners. She could see the finish line. 5. Wilma was a. in a race c. reading a book

b. in a car d. play volleyball

The three Gorgons were carelessly sleeping in the afternoon sun as they always did. 6. You can conclude that the Gorgons were a. afraid of everyone and everything. b. busy planning how to trap Perseus when he came. c. not very worried about anyone trying to harm them. d. precious about the morning sun than any other things.

WOW!! Very good.

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Perseus thought that the three weapons the wood nymphs gave him were useless because he already had these things. 7. You can conclude that the weapons were a. very special but didnt look it. b. not very pretty. c. used by the wood nymphs every day. d. very old and easily broken. The wood nymphs ran away screaming when Perseus approached them. 8. You can conclude that the wood nymphs were.. a. frightened by someone other than Perseus. b. delighted Perseus had come to visit. c. afraid that Perseus might hurt them. d. sorry for their deed to Perseus. Most animals are given only a short period of training before their parents leave them. For many animals the training period lasts but a matter of days or weeks. This is not so with the clever little fox. Young foxes learn from their parents how to catch food and escape from enemies for almost six months before they strike out on their own. 9. We can conclude that the fox. a. might be more stupid than other animals. b. never learns his lesson. c. really doesnt try very hard. d. might have more difficult things to learn than any other animals.

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Man has used many methods to measure things. Long, long ago in Egypt people measured some distances in units called cubits. A cubit was a distance between a persons elbow and the tip of his second finger. Though this method was sometimes helpful, it was not a perfect method of measurement. 10. We can conclude that a cubit was not an ideal way to measure because. a. some people always cheated. b. some people were taller than others. c. a cubit is different from person to person. d. some people were smarter than others.

Be careful..Do it by yourself.

Good Job!

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1. c. kitchen 2. b. playroom 3. c. eat 4. a. in bed 5. a. in a race 6. c. not very worried about anyone trying to harm them. 7. a. very special but didnt look it. 8. c. afraid that Perseus might hurt them. 9. d. might have more difficult things to learn than any other animals. 10. c. a cubit is different from person to person.

Brilliant!!!

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