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    @MikeyMaximum

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    Read the following passage and consider the author's word choice. Which word best describes the mood the author is trying to establish? He searched the deserted street of the ghost town, unable to see his own reflection in dusty and broken windows. A silent wind crept behind him, sweeping away his footprints as if he were never there. Boredom Curiosity Loneliness Relaxation

  3. MikeyMaximum
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    I think Loneliness

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    ok next!

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    If the conflict of a story involves a shipwreck, which of the following moods would a reader most likely feel? Excited Anxious Angry Embarrassed @MikeyMaximum

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    Anxious

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    If the conflict of a story involves being bullied at school, which of the following moods would a reader most likely feel? Excited Calm Tired Infuriated

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    Infuriated

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    Read the sentence below and use context clues to determine the meaning of the word quelled: During a storm, I quelled my baby sister's fear of the thunder by reading her favorite book. What does quelled most likely mean? Calmed Angered Worsened Read

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    Calmed

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    Read the sentence below and use context clues to determine the meaning of the word despondent: My best friend's phone calls are always so happy, but this time she sounded really despondent. Which person is most likely to be despondent? Someone who is ordering dessert playing with toys singing a sad song winning a race

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    Singing a sad song

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