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1. Why does the author of "Close Encounters of the Bear Kind" begin the article with the words "Beep…beep…beep…beep"? A. to illustrate how dangerous bears can be B. to impress readers with her ability to capture sounds in writing C. to engage readers and capture their attention D. to demonstrate her expertise to readers
2. Which is one clue that "Close Encounters of the Bear Kind" is a work of nonfiction? A. The article contains paragraphs rather than stanzas. B. The article includes many facts about bears. C. The article begins with a hook. D. The article was written by a woman.
3. In a work of nonfiction, what is the list of important words from the work, together with their definitions, called? A. the index B. the thesaurus C. the glossary D. the table of contents
4. Based on "The Day the Gulls Went Crazy," which conclusion can be drawn about gulls? A. They see people as their natural enemies. B. They are likely to forgive and forget. C. They have strong memories. D. They are attracted to people wearing masks.
5. Based on "Are Dogs Dumb?" which can be inferred about tests designed to measure animal intelligence? A. Many tests of animal intelligence do not factor in the role played by instincts. B. Tests that measure the intelligence of animals are biased in favor of animals people like. C. A test that is meant to measure a dog's intelligence could also measure a cat's intelligence. D. No single test could accurately measure the intelligence of every animal.
6. Based on "The Think Tank," which can be inferred from the fact that the article says that Shumaker is "delighted" when Azy makes a mistake? A. Azy can tell when Shumaker is bored, and he occasionally makes mistakes to improve Shumaker's mood. B. Shumaker thinks that Azy only makes mistakes when the question being asked is unfair. C. Shumaker wants to understand how Azy thinks just as much as he wants to teach Azy. D. Azy's mistakes are often signs that he is trying to be playful with Shumaker and make a joke.
7. What is the purpose of "The Think Tank"? A. to show that orangutans are highly social, but have only average intelligence B. to show how some researchers study animal thinking C. to compare orangutans with seagulls and other animals that are not apes D. to argue that orangutans should not be held in captivity
8. In "The Think Tank," which word best describes the author's attitude toward Shumaker? A. skeptical B. amused C. indifferent D. respectful
9. Which is one purpose that the photographs that accompany the article serve in "The Think Tank"? A. They allow readers to see what the writer of the article looks like. B. They allow readers to skip certain sections of text. C. They give readers interesting images to go along with the text. D. They provide details that are less important than those in the text.
10. In "The Think Tank," why does the author include quotations from Roy Shumaker? A. His words provide interest and lend credibility to the story. B. Shumaker is the co-author of the article. C. His words help to inject some humor into the piece. D. Shumaker's life is the focus of the article.
11. How is "The Think Tank" similar to "The Day the Gulls Went Crazy"? A. Both focus on individual researchers who work hard to learn more about animals. B. Both focus on scientists who must disguise themselves to work with animals. C. Both focus on people who want to understand what animals understand about language. D. Both focus on animals who come to see certain people studying them as threats to their well-being.
12. In "The Think Tank," which conclusion can be drawn from the fact that Shumaker says he "didn't think Azy would be the fastest learner"? A. Azy only began to learn fast because Shumaker helped him. B. Scientists can know much about animals before they even begin studying them. C. The capabilities of animals can even surprise the experts. D. Shumaker has a hard time admitting when he is wrong.
@YoungStudier yelp lol
How do I remember the answers to these?!?!?!? This was last year. LOL
Give me the answers for all 12 (that you think is yet, and I'll tell you if it's right). :D
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Pfft, wrrrrrong. LOL
Did you get my PM?
Either C or D. Either A or C. I think A, not 100% sure. ???????????
I wasn't sure for those.
Those are the ones you need to decide for yourself. I don't remember exactly all of it.
ok here i go 2 press submit *im scared* ^o^
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You're certainly welcome! :)
what are the answers?