CRCT 6.2 Visitors In The Woods

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CRCT 6.2 Visitors In The Woods - Quiz

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  • 1. 

    1. What is the MAIN lesson Gwen learns from her father about being in the woods?

    • A.

      It is not important to spend time in nature.

    • B.

      People can make as much noise as they want to.

    • C.

      People should respect the animals that live there.

    • D.

      It is not important to stay on the trails or obey any of the park rules.

    Correct Answer
    C. People should respect the animals that live there.
    Explanation
    Gwen learns from her father that it is important to respect the animals that live in the woods. This suggests that her father values the well-being and preservation of wildlife and teaches Gwen the importance of coexisting with nature without causing harm or disturbance to the animals.

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  • 2. 

    What is the MAIN lesson Keith learns about animals?

    • A.

      People should be quiet when they meet animals.

    • B.

      Animals should not have to look out for people.

    • C.

      Animals are more important than people.

    • D.

      People are more important than animals

    Correct Answer
    B. Animals should not have to look out for people.
    Explanation
    Keith learns that animals should not have to look out for people. This implies that people should be considerate and respectful towards animals, allowing them to live their lives without interference or harm. It suggests that animals have their own rights and should not be subjected to unnecessary human interference or exploitation.

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  • 3. 

    Which alternate title BEST expresses the theme of the passage?

    • A.

      Nature’s Guests

    • B.

      Get Out of My Way

    • C.

      How to Avoid Wild Animals

    • D.

      When People Meet in the WoodsHow do Gwen and Keith’s actions illustrate the theme of the passage? Use details and information from the passage to support your answer.

    Correct Answer
    A. Nature’s Guests
    Explanation
    The alternate title "Nature's Guests" best expresses the theme of the passage because the passage discusses encounters between people and wild animals in nature. The passage emphasizes the importance of respecting and coexisting with these animals as guests in their natural habitat. It provides examples of how Gwen and Keith's actions demonstrate this theme, such as Gwen quietly observing a deer and Keith giving a wide berth to a bear. These actions show a respectful and cautious approach to encountering wild animals in nature.

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  • 4. 

    What does the word eavesdropping mean in the sentnce? The mother deer froze in her tracks and stared as though she were eavesdropping and following their conversation.

    • A.

      Telling stories

    • B.

      Secretly listening

    • C.

      Ignoring someone

    • D.

      Interrupting someone

    Correct Answer
    B. Secretly listening
    Explanation
    The word "eavesdropping" in the sentence means secretly listening. The mother deer froze and stared as if she were listening in on and following the conversation between the other individuals.

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  • 5. 

    What does the word logical mean as it is used in the sixth paragraph?

    • A.

      Difference

    • B.

      Sensible

    • C.

      Closer

    • D.

      Better

    Correct Answer
    B. Sensible
    Explanation
    In the context of the sixth paragraph, the word "logical" means something that is reasonable or rational. It suggests that the idea or concept being discussed is based on sound reasoning and makes sense in the given context.

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  • 6. 

    Which of these is a synonym of scornfully as it is used in the sentence? Russell scornfully talked about the deer and tried to scare them away.

    • A.

      Carefully

    • B.

      Recklessly

    • C.

      Responsibly

    • D.

      Disrespectfully

    Correct Answer
    D. Disrespectfully
    Explanation
    In the given sentence, the word "scornfully" is used to describe how Russell talked about the deer and tried to scare them away. This suggests that Russell spoke in a contemptuous or disdainful manner. The word "disrespectfully" best captures this meaning, as it means showing a lack of respect or being rude towards someone or something.

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  • 7. 

    What does the word wistfully mean as it is used in the tenth paragraph?

    • A.

      Gazed after

    • B.

      Dense woods

    • C.

      Bounded into

    • D.

      Full of longing

    Correct Answer
    D. Full of longing
    Explanation
    The word "wistfully" means to do something with a feeling of longing or yearning. In the context of the tenth paragraph, it suggests that the person is looking at something with a sense of desire or longing.

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  • 8. 

    Which sentence is written correctly?

    • A.

      If we work slower, this job will take us longer to finish.

    • B.

      If we work slower, this job will take us most longer to finish.

    • C.

      If we work slowest, this job will take us more longest to finish.

    • D.

      If we work slowest, this job will take us the most longest to finish.

    Correct Answer
    A. If we work slower, this job will take us longer to finish.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "If we work slower, this job will take us longer to finish." This sentence is written correctly because it uses the comparative form of the adjective "slow" (slower) to compare the speed of work. The use of "longer" is appropriate to indicate that the job will take more time to finish. The other options contain errors such as using "most longer" or "more longest," which are not grammatically correct.

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  • 9. 

    Which sentence is written correctly?

    • A.

      By practicing more harder than anyone, Sue became the basketball team’s most highest scorer.

    • B.

      By practicing most hard than anyone, Sue became the basketball team’s more higher scorer.

    • C.

      By practicing more hard than anyone, Sue became the basketball team’s highest scorer.

    • D.

      By practicing harder than anyone, Sue became the basketball team’s highest scorer.

    Correct Answer
    D. By practicing harder than anyone, Sue became the basketball team’s highest scorer.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "By practicing harder than anyone, Sue became the basketball team’s highest scorer." This sentence is written correctly because it uses the comparative form of the adjective "hard" correctly ("harder") to compare Sue's level of practice to that of anyone else. Additionally, it uses the superlative form of the adjective "high" correctly ("highest") to describe Sue's scoring ability compared to the rest of the basketball team.

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  • 10. 

    Which sentence in the paragraph is written correctly? 1 Roy was one of the fastest talkers in class. 2 Mrs. Morgan challenged him to speak slowly than everyone else. 3 When he gave his report, he spoke the slower of all of his classmates. 4 By the end of the year, he was the good speaker in his class.

    • A.

      Sentence 1

    • B.

      Sentence 2

    • C.

      Sentence 3

    • D.

      Sentence 4

    Correct Answer
    A. Sentence 1
    Explanation
    Sentence 1 is written correctly because it uses the correct comparative form of the adjective "fast" (fastest) to describe Roy's talking speed. Sentence 2 is incorrect because it uses the word "slowly" instead of the correct comparative form "slower". Sentence 3 is incorrect because it uses the incorrect word order "the slower of all of his classmates" instead of "the slowest of all his classmates". Sentence 4 is incorrect because it uses the adjective "good" instead of the correct comparative form "better" to describe Roy as a speaker.

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  • 11. 

     The bowlder/ hikers took the route/ that has a boulder/ sitting on a tree root/ right in the middle of the trail.

    • A.

      Bowlder

    • B.

      Route

    • C.

      Boulder

    • D.

      Root

    Correct Answer
    A. Bowlder
  • 12. 

    This is a tale/ about a doe/ who got her tail/ stuck in cookie dogh.

    • A.

      Tale

    • B.

      Doe

    • C.

      Tail

    • D.

      Dogh

    Correct Answer
    D. Dogh
    Explanation
    The given answer, "dogh," is the correct spelling of the word that rhymes with "doe" and "tail" in the given sentence. The sentence tells a story about a doe who got her tail stuck in cookie dough.

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  • 13. 

    Whos/ the prince/ whose/ colorful prints/ and drawings can be seen in the museum

    • A.

      Whos

    • B.

      Prince

    • C.

      Whose

    • D.

      Prins

    Correct Answer
    A. Whos
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "whos." This is because "whos" is the correct spelling of the possessive form of "who." In this sentence, it is used to show that the colorful prints and drawings belong to the prince.

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