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Marvin. Comprehension and Vocabulary. Vocabulary. Another word for immense is… Ancient Enormous shallow. Answer. Enormous. Vocabulary. A grizzly is what type of animal? Bear Tiger fox. Answer. Bear. Vocabulary. The secretary takes care of the payroll.

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marvin

Marvin

Comprehension and Vocabulary

vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Another word for immense is…
    • Ancient
    • Enormous
    • shallow
answer
Answer

Enormous

vocabulary4
Vocabulary
  • A grizzly is what type of animal?
    • Bear
    • Tiger
    • fox
answer5
Answer

Bear

vocabulary6
Vocabulary
  • The secretary takes care of the payroll.

a. record of customers and their orders.

b. database of shipping companies and their routes.

c. list of employees and their salaries.

answer7
Answer

c. list of employees and their salaries.

vocabulary8
Vocabulary
  • Happy is to Glad as Dismay is to…
    • Courage
    • Worry
    • surprise
answer9
Answer

Worry

vocabulary10
Vocabulary
  • A cord is…
    • Gallon of gas
    • Pound of meat
    • Amount of firewood
answer11
Answer

Amount of firewood

comprehension
Comprehension
  • Which sentence is an opinion?
    • The lumberjacks walked in the moonlight.
    • The men looked like a pack of grizzly bears.
    • Marven Lasky went to the camp to work as a bookkeeper.
answer13
Answer
  • The men looked like a pack of grizzly bears.
comprehension14
Comprehension
  • Why did Marven want to say a broche, or blessing, on his first morning?
answer15
Answer
  • He did not want to have to wake the lumberjacks.
comprehension16
Comprehension
  • Why did the author describe the lumberjacks dancing?
    • To introduce each of the men to Marven.
    • To explain why the men could not wake up in the morning.
    • To show what the men did for entertainment.
answer17
Answer
  • To show what the men did for entertainment.
comprehension18
Comprehension
  • Because Maven was Jewish, he was not allowed to eat…
    • Baked goods
    • Meat with dairy products
    • Beef products such as steak
answer19
Answer

Meat with dairy products

comprehension20
Comprehension
  • The author showed that Marven was intelligent by telling that he…
    • Enjoyed watching the lumberjacks dance.
    • Went skiing when he finished his work early.
    • Made up a system for paying the men
answer21
Answer

Made up a system for paying the men

comprehension22
Comprehension
  • Which event from the selection happened first?
    • Marven arrived at the logging camp.
    • Marven’s family moved to the United States.
    • The lumberjacks danced to fiddle music.
answer23
Answer

Marven’s family moved to the United States.

comprehension24
Comprehension
  • Which of the following is an opinion?
    • Jean Louis wiped the tear from Marven’s face.
    • Jean Louis spoke French and English.
    • Jean Louis had a laugh that was as powerful as his ax.
answer25
Answer

Jean Louis had a laugh that was as powerful as his ax.

comprehension26
Comprehension
  • Which of these is a main idea from this selection?

a. Marven’s home was in Duluth.

b. There were bearskins on the beds.

c. Lumberjacks cut wood for a living.

answer27
Answer

c. Lumberjacks cut wood for a living.

comprehension28
Comprehension
  • Which word best describes how Marven probably felt when he returned to the camp with Jean Louis and the other men?
    • Excited
    • Cheerful
    • Nervous
    • depressed
answer29
Answer

Cheerful

comprehension30
Comprehension
  • How was Marven’s life in Duluth like his life at the lumber camp?
answer31
Answer

He used skis to get around in the snow.

comprehension32
Comprehension
  • Which detail from the selection best supports the main idea that Marven is good at doing things on his own?
    • He went skiing in the woods.
    • He organized the payroll.
    • He thought Jean Louis was a bear.
answer33
Answer

He organized the payroll.

comprehension34
Comprehension
  • The author stated that Marven “always had a good head for figures.” What does this mean?
    • Marven was good at math.
    • Marven had and excellent memory.
    • Marven could draw well.
answer35
Answer

Marven was good at math.

the end

The End!

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