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1. You could use a mesh container to hold (1 point) sand. water. baseballs. 2. Which describes the poem's use of rhythm? (1 point) It uses the rhythms of spoken language. It uses traditional patterns of rhythm. It uses alliteration as a form of rhythm. 3. Which would help you connect to the poem? (1 point) learning about types of minerals remembering a time you wished for something throwing coins in a well 4. You could make an arc by (1 point) folding a blanket. throwing a ball. tying a knot. 5. The lines of the poem are grouped by (1 point) length. meaning. rhyme. Questions 6–10 refer to "Signed, Sealed, Undelivered." 6. You could connect to the selection by (1 point) thinking about how it feels to write down feelings. remembering a time you made a phone call to a friend. learning the correct form for writing a letter. 7. A woman would be petty if she (1 point) told funny stories. spread mean rumors. reported the news. 8. An offensive remark would make you feel (1 point) cheerful. angry. curious. 9. The author would probably tell you NOT to (1 point) send a letter that will hurt someone's feelings. write letters when you feel happy. think about the consequences of letters you send. 10. A houseplant that is neglected will MOST LIKELY (1 point) grow die. bloom.
Questions 1–5 refer to "Wishing Well." The mesh of the blanket tangles and lumps of comforter, two-toned flannel and bedspread twist and slip. . I haven't slept in a week, So I wear my brown hooded sweatshirt with the hood-strings pulled tightly around my face. . I picture a wishing well with edges of greening minerals. and coins dull with cold water, I throw my wish in a copper arc. . After I've thrown it I lie unconcerned, these things take time.
Baseball, It uses alliteration, Remembering a time you wished for something, Meaning, Tying a knot,
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