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Bundle 2 Review. Let’s see how you do recognizing the author’s purpose and main idea!. Question 1.

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Question 1

Todd was in his basement. He was searching everywhere for his sled. Across town, Benny was in his attic. He was searching, too. It was time for one more of Todd and Benny’s contests. This time the winner would be the first to make sled tracks down the big hill. Todd planned to be first. So did Benny.

What is the general tone of this passage?

a. Informational

b. Fictional

c. Entertaining

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Question 2

Todd was in his basement. He was searching everywhere for his sled. Across town, Benny was in his attic. He was searching, too. It was time for one more of Todd and Benny’s contests. This time the winner would be the first to make sled tracks down the big hill. Todd planned to be first. So did Benny.

In the passage, the author wants to __________.

a. describe a snowy day

b. explain how to use a sled

c. tell a story about a winter contest between two boys

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Question 3

Tomatoes were once considered poisonous. Some brave people finally took a bite of a tomato, and they survived. Now, we use tomatoes in our salads and sandwiches. Do you ever use tomato sauce or ketchup? These products are made of tomatoes. If it weren't for these brave individuals, you might not be able to enjoy ketchup with your french-fries.

In the passage, the author wants to __________.

a. describe where ketchup comes.

b. Persuade the reader to eat tomatoes

c. Inform the reader about the history of tomatoes.

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Question 4

This was Kathy's first baby-sitting job. She was so excited, but she was really nervous. Kathy's parents made her attend a baby-sitting workshop before she could baby-sit her neighbor's five-year-old son, Matthew. Kathy knew this was a lot of responsibility, but she thought she was ready. Kathy marched confidently to Matthew's house and waved goodbye to Matthew's parents. It seemed as soon as his parents left, Matthew fell and hit his chin on the coffee table. Without panicking, she remembered what she learned in her baby-sitting class and applied first-aid

The author wants to show that __________

a. Coffee tables can be dangerous.

b. That Matthew shouldn’t be running in the house.

c. That Kathy is ready to babysit.

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Question 5

Vote for Carl for class president! Carl is a leader! Last year in seventh grade, he was a great vice-president. This year, he is volunteering to help with after-school clubs and managing the basketball team. He plans to do great things for our class! Carl promises more school dances and better choices at lunch. So vote for Carl for class president!

In this passage, the author is trying to _______

a. Inform us about Carl’s qualifications to be class president

b. Persuade us to vote for Carl for class president

c. Describe what Carl does during the school year

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Question 6

Vote for Carl for class president! Carl is a leader! Last year in seventh grade, he was a great vice-president. This year, he is volunteering to help with after-school clubs and managing the basketball team. He plans to do great things for our class! Carl promises more school dances and better choices at lunch. So vote for Carl for class president!

The author tried to persuade us to vote for Carl by telling about his ____.

a. Accomplishments and promises

b. Grades and behavior

c. Family and friends

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Question 7

Most people think that gorillas are mean, but actually they are shy. It seems that such a huge animal with very large teeth would be aggressive. Hollywood movies help convey this image of the scary, ferocious gorilla. In fact, gorillas only attack if they are provoked. However, gorillas usually don't have to fight other animals because of their impressive size.

Based on the passage, the author believes ____.

a. Gorillas are misunderstood as vicious animals.

b. Gorillas are mean animals

c. Gorillas don’t like other animals

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Question 8

First, turn up the hem and press it into place. Then turn under a small edge on the inside of the hem. Press that, too. Next, pin the hem in place. Then thread a needle. Sew the hem in place. Use longer stitches on the inside and smaller stitches on the outside. That way, the stitches will barely show

What organizational pattern is used in this passage?

a. Sequence

b. Chronological

c. Problem/Solution

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Question 9

First, turn up the hem and press it into place. Then turn under a small edge on the inside of the hem. Press that, too. Next, pin the hem in place. Then thread a needle. Sew the hem in place. Use longer stitches on the inside and smaller stitches on the outside. That way, the stitches will barely show

The article is mostly about _____________

a. How to sew a quilt

b. How to sew a hem

c. How to turn under the edge on the inside of a hem

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Question 10

Passing fears are common in early childhood. Many 2- to 4-year-olds are afraid of animals, especially dogs. By 6 years, children are more likely to be afraid of the dark. Other common fears are of thunderstorms, doctors, and imaginary creatures.

The main idea of this passage is _____________

a. Common fears of two- to four-year-olds

b. Passing fears are common in early childhood

c. Common fears are thunderstorms, doctors, and imaginary animals

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Question 11

It's New!

It's Refreshing!  It's Slurpy Soda! This is the best soda in the world!  If you drink this soda you will jump higher, run faster and be smarter in school. Try one today!

What is the author’s tone in this passage?

a. Neutral

b. Positive

c. Negative

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Question 12

It's New!

It's Refreshing!  It's Slurpy Soda! This is the best soda in the world!  If you drink this soda you will jump higher, run faster and be smarter in school. Try one today!

The author uses the phrase “you will jump higher, run faster

and be smarter” to ____________

a. Show that Slurpy Soda is the best soda in the world.

b. To convince you to buy Slurpy Soda

c. To explain the benefits of drinking Slurpy Soda

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Question 13

Teeth can tell you what kinds of food a mammal eats. Plant eaters (herbivores) like deer have large, flat molars for grinding plants. Animals that eat both plants and meat (omnivores) have strong canines and molars for tearing and grinding foods. Animals that are meat eaters (carnivores) have canine teeth for cutting and tearing.

The best main idea for this passage is __________

a. Animals that eat both plants and meat have strong canines

b. Animals have canine teeth for cutting and tearing

c. Teeth can tell you what kinds of food a mammal eats

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Question 14

Katrina and her brother, Jess were playing with the water hose outside one day. Jess was hiding from Katrina so she wouldn't squirt him with the water. The back door opened and Katrina pointed the water hose toward the door. It was Mom and she was dripping wet!

Based on the author’s tone, we can conclude that __________?

a. That Katrina is going to laugh at her mom

b. That Jess is going to be in trouble for hiding

c. That mom is probably going to be upset

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Great job! You have completed the game! I can go back to writing.... Now, why was I writing this?