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I got 100% on this so if anyone needs help on this here you go! 1.How does the author of "Homesick" hook the reader at the beginning of the story? A. She uses figures of speech from the Chinese language to represent the narrator's confusion. ---> B. She uses images of the globe and the Yangtse River to represent the narrator's feelings. C. She uses the name, age, and physical appearance of the narrator to represent her self-confidence. D. She uses a description of the Great Wall to represent the narrator's strength.
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anonymous
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2.In "Homesick," which word best describes the mood in the classroom when Jean quits singing? A. amusing B. carefree --> C. tense D. jealous
anonymous
  • anonymous
3.In "Mami and Papi," why does the author use descriptive language? A. This language suggests to readers that the author cannot be fully trusted. B. This language helps the author give important historical information. C. This language prevents readers from distinguishing between the adult Negi and the child Negi. ---> D. This language helps give readers insight into the feelings the author had as a child.
anonymous
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4.Why does the narrator shout "Get me out of this!" in "The Night the Bed Fell"? A. He wants to escape his zany family. B. His aunt is throwing shoes down the hall at him. C. He does not want to sleep in the same room as his cousin. ---> D. He thinks he is dangerously trapped.

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5.What is the main conflict in "The Night the Bed Fell"? A. The bed in the attic collapses, which places the narrator's father in grave danger. ---> B. The narrator's bed flips over, which leads to great confusion and panic among everyone in the house. C. The narrator's aunts are robbed in the middle of the night, which puts everyone on edge. D. The narrator's cousin thinks that he is suffocating, which leads him to run up to the attic and knock over the narrator's bed.
anonymous
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6.What can be inferred about Ian Forbes in "Homesick"? A. He does not know that the United States is an independent country. ---> B. He is very proud to be British. C. He secretly likes Jean a lot. D. His parents do not know that he is mean to Jean.
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7.In "Homesick," why does Ian Forbes say, "You'll sing tomorrow…or you'll be sorry"? A. He knows that Jean will regret it if she does not participate in the songs at school. B. Ms. Williams sent him to convince Jean to sing because Ian is her best friend. C. He is afraid of Jean's behavior and wants to encourage her to do the singing. ---> D. He is angry at Jean, and he thinks threatening her will get her to do what he wants.
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8.What is the resolution to the conflict in "The Night the Bed Fell"? A. Cousin Briggs pours camphor on himself, which keeps him from suffocating when the house floods. ---> B. Father emerges from the attic safely, and the family figures out what caused all the confusion. C. Aunt Gracie Shoaf throws all her shoes down the hallway, which chases away the burglars who have come to rob her. D. Grandfather finally comes home, and he saves the narrator.
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9.In "Mami and Papi," why does the author tell readers that the first thing her mother said to her after she burned her fingers was "That'll teach you"? A. to show readers that Negi's mother was unkind to everyone B. to giver readers a firsthand account of the narrator's tendency to make foolish mistakes --->C. to immediately show the difficult relationship that Negi once had with her mother D. to quickly demonstrate to readers that Negi's mother is sensible, while Negi is a dreamer
anonymous
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In "Mami and Papi," when Negi is bitten by termites, what does Mami's reaction show about her character? A. She is indifferent to what happens to her daughter. B. She blames Papi for all the problems the family faces. ---> C. She cares deeply for her daughter and will always try to protect her. D. She does not always recognize the powerful effect of her words.
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