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1. Use the paragraph to answer the question.

I was feeling frantic and almost feverish as I combed Bonnie’s hair and added the ribbon to her tail. The smell of hay and the mewling sound of other calves was all around us. Bonnie turned her head to look at me, as if to say, “What in the world are we doing at the fairgrounds?” There was no way that she knew what was happening; but, for me, this was the culmination of several months of work. If Bonnie returned home without a prize, then she would go back to her comfortable life on the farm, but I would be heartbroken.

Which option describes the context of the paragraph?

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The narrator is worried that Bonnie is not having a good time at the fair.

The narrator is competing against Bonnie in a competition at the fair.

The narrator is at the fair and wants to win a prize.

The narrator is at the fair and wants to buy a ribbon.

2. Use the paragraph to complete the activity.

Henry was only five when he first encountered the teacher who would be his lifelong mentor and guide. Although he was not quite a prodigy, Henry was a talented violinist, even at that age. Mr. Howard definitely saw something special in Henry, or he would not have consented to teach someone so young and untrained. Mr. Howard, a former professor and something of a prodigy himself, was both picky and prickly.
Drag and drop the words into the correct location.

This story is told by a narrator who uses a ____
point of view. The characters in the story are ____
.
3. Use the list to answer the question.

___ Sir Hector told his riddle to a soothsayer, who solved it.

___ He brought the solution to the king, who was very impressed.

___ To test his knights, the king provided each one with a riddle.

___ Most of the knights were stumped, but Sir Hector had a plan.

Which sequence is the logical order for these events from a story, with 1 being the first event and 4 being the last event?

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3, 4, 1, 2

1, 2, 3, 4

4, 3, 2, 1

2, 4, 3, 1

4. Use the list to answer the question.

___ Fred decided to try the new restaurant on its opening day.

___ Fred read in the paper about a new restaurant opening down the street.

___ As an opening day perk, the restaurant added a complimentary appetizer and dessert to every order.

___ Fred ate way too much and still had leftovers to take home.

Which sequence is the logical order of events for a story, with 1 being the first event and 4 being the last event?

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1, 2, 3, 4

2, 1, 3, 4

3, 4, 1, 2

4, 3, 2, 1

5. Which line of dialogue uses correct punctuation?(1 point)

No one takes those seriously, said Jill.

"I'm not sure it's a good idea to be here," said Maria.

"But there's a no trespassing sign", Maria argued.

"Don't be silly, said Jill."

6. Use the paragraph to complete the activity.

Tara and Elton sat upright at their desks, but their eyes kept darting toward the clock. The countdown had begun early that morning. When the bell rang, they jumped out of their chairs and raced to the tennis courts.

Drag the words to the correct locations.

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The paragraph is Response area and Response area.


7. Which option best explains why narrative writers use transitions?(1 point)

to explain the main idea of the story

to highlight important parts of the story

to create a clear flow of ideas in a story

to make connections to other texts

8. Which sentence is the best example of precise language?(1 point)

The violent thunderstorm left a gaping hole in our attic.

The weather was bad for our entire neighborhood.

The storm was very hard on our house.

Our house had a lot of damage because of the storm.

9.Which sentence is the best example of the use of precise language?(1 point)

The crisp pizza was grilled instead of baked in a brick oven.

We waited for the lifeguard to open the pool.

Yesterday was a very hot day for the month of March.

We took the long way to get home on Saturday.

10. Which sentence includes the use of a metaphor?(1 point)

The sky was as red as a flame.

The rain fell like pebbles from the sky.

The wind was a giant fan.

We gaped at the millions of bolts of lightning.

Plz help and if u can try and give me most of the answers plz im very busy now and i need help 😓. Plz and thank u.

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  1. Did you ever find the answers to these questions, I was also looking for some help.

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  2. no not yet im having trouble.

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  3. Give me an hour and I'll give you the answer.

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  4. Soxs it's been an hour

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  5. 1. I was feeling frantic and almost feverish
    The narrator is at the fair and wants to win a prize.
    2. Henry was only five when he first encountered the teacher
    3rd person and violin teacher
    3. Sir Hector told his riddle to a soothsayer
    3, 4, 1, 2
    4. Fred decided to try the new restaurant
    2, 1, 3, 4
    5. Which line of dialogue uses correct punctuation?
    "I'm not sure it's a good idea
    6. Tara and Elton sat upright at their desks,
    active and fast paced
    7. Which option best explains why narrative writers use transitions?
    to create a clear flow of ideas in a story
    8. Which sentence is the best example of precise language?
    The violent thunderstorm left a gaping hole
    9.Which sentence is the best example of the use of precise language?
    The crisp pizza was grilled instead of baked in a brick oven.
    10.Which sentence includes the use of a metaphor?
    The wind was a giant fan.
    11. Use the stanza from the poem to answer the question.
    ABAB

    12- make the kids talk to each other about how dark it is.
    13-write a paragraph that is descriptive and has a slow pace.
    14- make an action scene with firstly, then, and, or finally.
    15- describe a conclusion
    16- make a story using me myself and I

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  6. Here are the letters, but may be scrambled, so best use the above.
    1.D
    2.a violin teacher and third-person
    3. C
    4 D
    5 C
    6 Active and fast paced
    7 B
    8 C
    9 B
    10 B
    11 D
    See the rest above.

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  7. Are these right Soxs

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  8. Thxxx so much Soxs that really helped and you were 100% right.

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  9. thank you @Soxs, Thank you so much

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  10. Soxs thanks for being WRONG :)

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  11. which one did you use Ugh your Wrong

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  12. i used the answers sox gave and got a 4/31

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  13. btw soxs is not for pearson i think for connexous answers only so check what he wrote down dont just use the letters byeeee! Hope this helps!!!

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  14. Soxs is write tysm!!

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  15. right!! sorry

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  16. thx dude

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  17. For Unit 8 Lesson 13 7th Grade answers / I took the test already 😊👍
    1.The narrator is at the fair and wants to win a prize.
    2.This story is told by a narrator who uses a third-person 1 / point of view 2/ 3 The characters in the story are a violin teacher and a student.
    3. 3,4,1,2
    4.2,1,3,4
    5."I'm not sure it's a good idea to be here," said Maria.
    6. 1 active 2 faced paced
    7. to create a clear flow of ideas in a story
    8.The violent thunderstorm left a gaping hole in our attic.
    9.The crisp pizza was grilled instead of baked in a brick oven.
    10.The wind was a giant fan.
    11.ABAB
    12.Once the two children stumbled uppon the cave they approached it cautiously. Both children tried to get the other to go first into the cave because they were both a bit scared. After trying to get one another to go in they gave up. So they looked inside the cave which looked dark and damp. They stayed really close to each other to feel more safe.
    13.In three to five sentences, write a paragraph that is descriptive and has a slow pace. Consider sentence length and word choice as you write. DO THIS ON YOUR OWN
    14.Sarah loved to ride her bike.But before she could ride a bike she always liked to swim.She is a growing child but now shes to big for her bike so she will need another bike. Now that shes got her new bike she can ride just like she did before when she was a baby.
    15. Make sure that the reader understands. State most important information in it. Follow along with the dialogue ..This all helps them find what your story means.
    16.In three to five sentences, write an introduction to a narrative written in first-person point of view. Be sure to include an introduction of main characters and a problem they face. DO THIS ON YOUR OWN

    THATS IT I HOPED THIS HELPS

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  18. Tysm @Kay! Helped a lot.

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  19. People keep giving mixed answers helppppp

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  20. And by mixed answers I mean they keep saying someone's right and someone else says that same person is wrong

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  21. Thats the risk of cheating lol

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  22. you people are actually morons

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  23. Guys stop blaming Soxs, he literally said "Best use answers above." He said it's probably scrambled, so what did you expect if you got most wrong. Don't blame him/her.

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  24. um

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  25. so.. what ones do we use? like half and half orrrr...

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  26. Trust the one with the most likes

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  27. ASTINKYYY

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