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Pam I am Small but sweet As a sparrow That likes to tweet Pam I am Your newest friend True to you Until the end Pam I am I live next door Yes, you have Seen me before Pam I am Let's go to play In my house What do you say? Passage 2 I am Pam. I am little and sweet. You may think of me as a sparrow that likes to tweet. I am your newest friend. I will be true to you until the end. I live next door. You might have seen me before. Let's go to play in my house. What do you say? 1. How are these passages different? Passage 1 has short lines. Passage 2 repeat
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Pam I am Small but sweet As a sparrow That likes to tweet Pam I am Your newest friend True to you Until the end Pam I am I live next door Yes, you have Seen me before Pam I am Let's go to play In my house What do you say? Passage 2 I am Pam. I am little and sweet. You may think of me as a sparrow that likes to tweet. I am your newest friend. I will be true to you until the end. I live next door. You might have seen me before. Let's go to play in my house. What do you say? 1. How are these passages different? Passage 1 has short lines. Passage 2 repeats "Pam I am." Passage 2 has one stanza. Passage 1 uses metaphors.
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brb
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what does that mean

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anonymous
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it means be right back and im back
anonymous
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ok theres my que up there
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a
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IR GRAHAM, a handsome, educated knight who is somewhat unsure of himself LADY VALANICE, the beautiful mistress of Sir Graham DARK KNIGHT, Sir Graham's enemy Stage Set: A meadow in the town of Daventry. Scene 1 (Enter SIR GRAHAM, LADY VALANICE) SIR GRAHAM: My fair lady, you have swept me with your beauty from the first time I set eyes on you. LADY VALANICE: Oh, my handsome knight! Such words have won my heart! I beg for just one sweet kiss! SIR GRAHAM: And it is one kiss that you shall receive, and many more will follow. (Before they can kiss, a DARK KNIGHT arrives.) DARK KNIGHT: Out, wicked jelly! You shall not poison the woods of Daventry! SIR GRAHAM: Away, crook! Lest you taste the steel of my sword! 2. How can the reader tell that the above selection is drama? It is about knights and maidens. It has stage directions and dialogue. It is written in paragraph form. It has a setting and characters.
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and a is right
anonymous
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umm its not c maybe not a What do u think it is?
anonymous
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i dont know that why am asking you
anonymous
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i say d
anonymous
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no its b
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here once lived a princess Lonely upon a tree Forced to live up there but She wanted to be free Her hair was silky smooth She was quiet like flowers She watched people pass by For minutes and hours Which of these is true about this poem? It uses a simile in the first stanza. It uses a simile in the second stanza. The rhythm is the same in both stanzas. The repetition helps create a beat in it.
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oh whoops i meant b im so sorry i read it wrong
anonymous
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b maybe
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Sweet dreams, my love The moon is high above You have to sleep _______ Based on the meter of the poem, which of these best completes the poem? (Hint: Each time a syllable sounds stronger than the others, that is called a beat. The beats form the meter of the poem.) So just start counting sheep Because it is dark outside And do it right Now I will leave
anonymous
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b is right
anonymous
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Sweet dreams, my love The moon is high above You have to sleep _______ Based on the meter of the poem, which of these best completes the poem? (Hint: Each time a syllable sounds stronger than the others, that is called a beat. The beats form the meter of the poem.) So just start counting sheep Because it is dark outside And do it right Now I will leave
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are there
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A.
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i will be back
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ok
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Pam I am Small but sweet As a sparrow That likes to tweet Pam I am Your newest friend True to you Until the end Pam I am I live next door Yes, you have Seen me before Pam I am Let's go to play In my house What do you say? Passage 2 I am Pam. I am little and sweet. You may think of me as a sparrow that likes to tweet. I am your newest friend. I will be true to you until the end. I live next door. You might have seen me before. Let's go to play in my house. What do you say? 5. How is the language of Passage 1 different from that of Passage 2? Passage 1 lacks beat and rhyme. Passage 2 uses meter to share facts. Passage 2 uses similes in every line. Passage 1 repeats words for rhythm.
anonymous
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i am back
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ok
anonymous
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i meant d
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that right
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SANDY: Mom said we have to clean our room. MINDY: Right now? SANDY: Yep, right now. MINDY: Oh no! I was about to go over to Jennifer's house to watch television. SANDY: Mom said if we didn't clean the room, we wouldn't get to go to the movies on Saturday. MINDY: I guess I have no choice. I'm going to call Jennifer to see if I can go over there tomorrow instead. SANDY: Well, if we do it quickly maybe you can still go to Jennifer's house for just a little bit. MINDY: That's true. I'll let Jennifer know I'll be a little late. 6. This is an example of which of the following types of writing? nonfiction prose drama poetry fiction prose
anonymous
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umm a maybe its not c or d
anonymous
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what do you thank it is
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a
anonymous
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yea it
anonymous
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How many more Q's do u have? I've answered so many already.
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(1) We have candy Fine and dandy Come one, come all To Frankie's stall (5) Tina, Mandy Joe, and Sandy Come down the hall Run, walk, or crawl 7. Read this poem out loud. How many beats are there in the third line? (Hint: Each time a syllable sounds stronger than the others, that is called a beat.) 1 2 3 3
anonymous
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3 q
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uhh 2
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yea
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lol
anonymous
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no i mean B.2
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Once upon a time, there lived a shy young man. He was so shy that he would not speak to anyone who was not in his family. One day, his mother sent him to the market. The boy was worried because he did not think he could bring himself to speak to anyone at the market. He wished that he had more courage. All of a sudden, a poof of smoke filled the room. When it cleared, the boy saw a man in blue robes in front of him. "My dear boy," he said, "I am your fairy godfather, and I am here to make your wish come true." 8. What is one clue that this story is fiction? The boy in the story is very shy. It has a setting and characters. The young man learns a lesson. It has a man with magic powers.
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D.
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ne day I had some silly thoughts; "What kind?" you’ll ask; Oh, there were lots— What if I lived inside a shoe? What if two monkeys ran the zoo? What if an ant taught at my school? What if I had teeth like a mule? What if my dog could drive a car? . 9. The number of syllables in each line gives a poem a certain beat, or rhythm. Based on the rhythm of this poem, what should the last line be? I guess I like things as they are I'd like to drive a car I think it would be fun if I lived on a star I'd like to travel far
anonymous
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i got 8 q
anonymous
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C
anonymous
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it was a
anonymous
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ohhhh my guesses were a or c because it wouldnt be the one that enda with car and it cant be d cuz well thats not how u would end it
anonymous
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So r there 8 q left or 2
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8
anonymous
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oh ok
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Keep going
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love to swim at the pool, the water is clear, the water is cool. I stay all day having fun, with my friends, in the sun. I love to swim at the pool, the water is clear, the water is cool. I climb the ladder I jump and dive, My friend Oscar gives me a high five. I love to swim at the pool, the water is clear, the water is cool. 10. Directions: Select all the correct answers.How would the poem be different if it were written as prose? The text would be made up of paragraphs. The text would have lines that rhyme. The text would be grouped into stanzas. The text would have a pattern of rhythm. The text would have complete sentences.
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hello your thanking
anonymous
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Probably the last one and c and maybe a I'm not sure so if u dont trust me with these answers because I might be wrong then go with what u think.
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Running along the beach, Waves gently tapping my toes, Sand nibbling at my feet, The salty air in my nose. I stop to watch a crab, Waiting to see where he goes, Where could he be headed? Back to his home I suppose. 1. Which one of the following is the best clue that this is an example of a poem? It is a true story. A lot of action happens. A character has a problem. Short lines are used.
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D.
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Her face is like the moon That glows in the dark sky When the sun is up high Her eyes are fireflies Shining away at night Her smile is kind and wise She makes you feel alright 2. Read this poem out loud. How many beats are in the second line? (Hint: Each time a syllable sounds stronger than the others, that is called a beat.) 4 8 6 3
anonymous
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maybe 3
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There was a girl at Kinsington High, Who was really quite quiet and shy. You see, her eyes were always cast down, And her clothes were always a dark brown. She saw herself as terribly dull, And slouched around in thick, furry wool. But one bright day, she at last found friends And here is when this short story ends. 3. This passage is poetry. fiction prose. drama. nonfiction prose.
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A
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When I am sick my mommy is the best She kisses me and makes sure I get rest And although there are many doctors there My mommy is the one who shows most care My mommy is an angel from above She knows that I need medicine and love She makes my sickness fly away like bugs With a million kisses and plenty of hugs 1. Read this poem out loud. How many beats are in the second line? (Hint: Each time a syllable sounds stronger than the others, that is called a beat.) 4 3 5 6
anonymous
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3 or 4 u choose
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Rain or sunshine Let's head out to the zoo You laugh or whine You must come along, too To see the birds Chirping away on trees And butterflies Will you hurry up please? Yes, elephants Tigers, lions, and bears, Of course penguins Now, come on down the stairs Passage 2 My favorite animal is the elephant. First of all, I like the way it looks. I think the big ears, and the long trunks are very cute. I also like the way it moves. For a big animal, the elephant is not scary at all. I also love the fact that it eats plants. It makes me feel sad to see an elephant in the zoo. An elephant is supposed to play in a big area in the forest. I wish we had bigger zoos or just left the animals alone in the jungle. 2. Look at both passages. Which of these is true? The sentences in Passage 2 use "you." The lines in Passage 1 use metaphors. All the lines in Passage 1 rhyme. The lines in Passage 1 follow a beat.
anonymous
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I gtg im sorry try doing the rest on your own.
anonymous
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D.
anonymous
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wait no i can answer 2 more How many r left?
anonymous
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4
anonymous
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ok then ill try
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Sunflowers face the sun The morning has begun Birds have left the trees To fly with the breeze Now, I am awake Staring at the lake Outside my window Where did the night go? 3. Which of these is true about this poem? The poem lacks a meter. It has two stanzas. Only the odd lines rhyme. Each line has three beats.
anonymous
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umm maybe b
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Inside this shell it's so dark, Outside I can hear dogs bark, I think I'll peck my way out, And then to my mom I'll shout. I'm starving and need dinner, before I get much thinner, Get out of here, I must try, To this egg I'll say good-bye. Tap, tap! I want to see the sky, Into the sky I will fly, The shell begins to crack, In here it's no longer black. Tweet, tweet! It's my mother's call, I must break through this egg's wall. If I tap a bit stronger, Prison won't be much longer. Tap, Tap! I now see sunlight, Why is it so very bright? Focusing on everything, Throughout the air colors spring. My mom has brought me a worm, In her mouth she holds it firm, Passing it to my small beak, Because she knew I felt weak. Yum! It tastes so delicious, For more food I am anxious, This world seems so delightful, Out of my shell, I'm thankful. 4. The passage above is an example of fiction prose. nonfiction prose. drama. poetry.
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d
anonymous
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u can tell its about a bird
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An ant is crawling On my tomato plant I think to myself What could it really want? It seems to search hard On the green leaves now Perhaps it lost a friend On a trip somehow I want to help the ant but it does not know How to talk to a kid So I watch him go 5. What is one important difference between this passage and prose? (Hint: Prose is ordinary writing different from poetry.) It uses short lines. It uses similes. It has a rhythm. It has a meter.
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c
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It is a garden with high, very conventional and artificial looking flowers. On a large mushroom sits the CATERPILLAR smoking a pipe. ALICE is whirling about trying to get her balance after her fall. She goes to the mushroom timidly and, conscious of her size, for her chin reaches the top of the mushroom, she gazes at the CATERPILLAR wonderingly. He looks at her lazily and speaks in an idle voice. CATERPILLAR: Who are you? ALICE: I—I hardly know, sir, just at present. The Queen frightened me so, and I’ve had an awfully funny fall down a tunnel or a sort of well. At least I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have been changed several times since then. CATERPILLAR: What do you mean by that? Explain yourself. ALICE: I can’t explain myself, I’m afraid, Sir, because I’m not myself, you see. Being so many different sizes in a day is very confusing. CATERPILLAR: You! Who are you? ALICE: I think you ought to tell me who you are, first. CATERPILLAR: Why? [As ALICE turns away.] Come back. I’ve something important to say. [ALICE comes back.] Keep your temper. ALICE: Is that all? CATERPILLAR: No. [He puffs at the pipe in silence; finally takes it out of his mouth and unfolds his arms.] So you think you’re changed, do you? ALICE: I’m afraid I am, Sir; I don’t keep the same size. CATERPILLAR: What size do you want to be? ALICE: I don’t know. At least I’ve never been so small as a caterpillar. CATERPILLAR: [Rears angrily.] It is a very good height indeed. ALICE: But I’m not used to it; I wish you wouldn’t all be so easily offended. CATERPILLAR: You’ll get used to it in time. ALICE: Are you too big or am I too small? [She compares her height wonderingly with the tall flowers.] CATERPILLAR: [Looks at her sleepily, yawns, shakes himself, slides down from the mushroom and crawls slowly away.] One side will make you grow taller, and the other side will make you grow shorter. ALICE: One side of what? The other side of what? CATERPILLAR: Of the mushroom. [ALICE hesitates, then embraces mushroom and picks bit from each side.] 6. Directions: Select all the correct answers.Which two sentences are characteristics of this play? The text is written with stage directions. The text is written with pattern of rhythm. The text is written in several paragraphs. The text is written with lines that rhyme. The text is written in lines of dialogue.
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A and E
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Henrietta lived on a pig farm, On her neck she wore a lucky charm, Which she got from the farmer’s son, To keep her life from being done. Eric the son loved this pig much, And did not want her as his lunch. One day Eric released the pig, Because she had become too big. Eric knew she’d become bacon, If this action he had not taken. Henrietta the pig is free, Where she lies under a peach tree. 7. What type of text is this passage? drama nonfiction prose poetry fiction prose
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c
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An ant is crawling On my tomato plant I think to myself What could it really want? It seems to search hard On the green leaves now Perhaps it lost a friend On a trip somehow I want to help the ant but it does not know How to talk to a kid So I watch him go 8. This poem is different from prose because it has three paragraphs. of its use of metaphors. it repeats words. of its use of stanzas.
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d
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I have to go eat lunch. Bye!
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btw that was 6 not 4
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come back when you done

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