Making Inferences
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  • Question 1
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    Q. Johnny had soccer practice and then swimming lessons. It was late when he got home so he went straight to bed without studying for his math test the next day. You can tell that......
    answer choices
    Johnny will get a good grade.
    Johnny will ace the test.
    Johnny will probably fail his math test.
    Johnny will study during the test.
  • Question 2
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    Q. Trees were bent over, and branches flew through the air. Beach chairs, garbage cans, and several small items were blown down the streets like confetti. A few roofs of small sheds were already missing. Window frames that weren't boarded up held shards of glass. Several stores had bags of sand blocking the doors.
    What was causing this to happen?
    answer choices
    tornado
    blizzard
    hurricane
    drought
  • Question 3
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    Q. What can you infer about this setting?Mr. Furlich is munching on his lunch. There is a lot of noise as he walks by the table chatting with students.
    answer choices
    Mr. Furlich is at McDonalds.
    He is in the office.
    Mr. Furlich is a runner.
    He is in the cafeteria.
  • Question 4
    180 seconds
    Q. Rose shivered as she climbed up the long ladder.  Carefully, she walked to the end of the board and looked down.  "Hurry up!" said the kid behind her.  Rose held her breath and jumped. 
    Where is Rose?
    answer choices
    on a trampoline
    on a diving board
    on a pirate ship
    on a slide 
  • Question 5
    120 seconds
    Q.    Yoshi was in her room reading a book. Her mom called her to come downstairs and help. As Yoshi entered the kitchen, her mom handed her a pile of plates. Yoshi put them on the table and went to get the silverware and glasses.
    You can infer that it is...              
    answer choices
    Dinnertime
    Bedtime
    Time for School
    Playtime
  • Question 6
    120 seconds
    Q. How might a character act if he felt sad?
    answer choices
    Put his head down and sigh
    Yell and jump up and down
    Smile and wave
    Laugh until his sides hurt
  • Question 7
    120 seconds
    Q. Which detail tells you that Mrs. McCoy is hungry?
    answer choices
    Her eyes filling up with tears.
    She is limping around the room.
    She starts reading a book.
    Her stomach growls loudly.
  • Question 8
    120 seconds
    Q. Amy opened the door to the bathroom and said, “What is that dripping sound? Why is the carpet wet and squishy all around the bathtub? The rest of the carpet is dry. Oh no!”
    What is the problem?

    answer choices
    The TV is broken.
    The bathtub is overflowing.
    There is no soap in the bathroom.
    The stove was left turned on.
  • Question 9
    120 seconds
    Q. Tate stamps his feet and crosses his arms.  How do you think he feels?
    answer choices
    joyful
    tearful
    lonely
    angry
  • Question 10
    300 seconds
    Q. The Great Race
    An old story tells about a tortoise and a hare. The hare bragged about how fast he could run. He tried to get the other animals to race against him. None of them would do it. At last the tortoise agreed to a race. The hare laughed. The tortoise was the slowest animal in the forest. He had short legs and was covered by a shell. The tortoise started off slowly. Soon the hare was miles ahead. He thought the race was as good as won. He lay down to take a nap. While he was sleeping, the tortoise plodded by. After a while, the hare woke up. He started running again. But then it was too late.
    A tortoise is like a
    answer choices
    dog
    bird
    turtle
  • Question 11
    300 seconds
    Q. The Great Race
    An old story tells about a tortoise and a hare. The hare bragged about how fast he could run. He tried to get the other animals to race against him. None of them would do it. At last the tortoise agreed to a race. The hare laughed. The tortoise was the slowest animal in the forest. He had short legs and was covered by a shell. The tortoise started off slowly. Soon the hare was miles ahead. He thought the race was as good as won. He lay down to take a nap. While he was sleeping, the tortoise plodded by. After a while, the hare woke up. He started running again. But then it was too late.
    The hare
    answer choices
    won the race
    lost the race
  • Question 12
    300 seconds
    Q. The Great Race
    An old story tells about a tortoise and a hare. The hare bragged about how fast he could run. He tried to get the other animals to race against him. None of them would do it. At last the tortoise agreed to a race. The hare laughed. The tortoise was the slowest animal in the forest. He had short legs and was covered by a shell. The tortoise started off slowly. Soon the hare was miles ahead. He thought the race was as good as won. He lay down to take a nap. While he was sleeping, the tortoise plodded by. After a while, the hare woke up. He started running again. But then it was too late.
    The word plodded mean
    answer choices
    ran fast
    moved slowly and heavily
    stopped
  • Question 13
    180 seconds
    Q. The Great Race
    An old story tells about a tortoise and a hare. The hare bragged about how fast he could run. He tried to get the other animals to race against him. None of them would do it. At last the tortoise agreed to a race. The hare laughed. The tortoise was the slowest animal in the forest. He had short legs and was covered by a shell. The tortoise started off slowly. Soon the hare was miles ahead. He thought the race was as good as won. He lay down to take a nap. While he was sleeping, the tortoise plodded by. After a while, the hare woke up. He started running again. But then it was too late.
    From the story we might guess that the hare
    answer choices
    was a fast runner
    never raced again
    wasn't really a very fast runner
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