"Girls" Story Written By Gary Paulsen

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"Girls" Story Written By Gary Paulsen - Quiz

This test is based on the story "Girls" by Gary Paulsen
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  • 1. 

    ___________and__________are the main characters in the story.

    The question asks for the main characters in the story, and the correct answer options are "Allan and Eileen" and "Eileen and Allan", in both uppercase and lowercase letters. This suggests that both names are acceptable and can be considered correct answers.

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  • 2. 

    Allan waited for Eileen__________the cinema

    Allan waited for Eileen in front of the cinema suggests that Allan was positioned or located ahead of or facing the cinema, anticipating Eileen's arrival.

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  • 3. 

    On that day, Allan was wearing a_______which made him feel uncomfortable and sweaty.

    Allan was feeling uncomfortable and sweaty because he was wearing a turtle neck sweater. Turtle neck sweaters are known for their high neckline that covers the entire neck, which can cause discomfort and make a person feel hot and sweaty. The tight fit of the sweater may also restrict airflow, adding to the discomfort.

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  • 4. 

    At the cinema, Allan and Eileen ate_________

    Allan and Eileen ate popcorn at the cinema.

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  • 5. 

    Allan did not invite Eileen to go to the cinema because his______helped him.

    Allan did not invite Eileen to go to the cinema because his friends helped him. This suggests that Allan had plans with his friends and they assisted him in some way, which made it unnecessary for him to invite Eileen. It implies that Allan's friends played a significant role in his decision not to invite Eileen to the cinema.

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  • 6. 

    Allan only had $______to take Eileen to the cinema.

    Allan only had $7 to take Eileen to the cinema.

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  • 7. 

    ________was Allan´s best friend.

    The given question asks for Allan's best friend, and the correct answer is "Orvis" or "orvis." It is likely that "Orvis" is a person's name, and since it is mentioned twice in the answer options, it suggests that it is the correct answer. Without further context or information, it is difficult to provide a more detailed explanation.

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  • 8. 

    At eleven, boys do not think much about_______

    At eleven, boys do not think much about girls. This is because at this age, children are still in the early stages of puberty and are not yet fully interested in romantic relationships or the opposite gender. Their focus is usually on activities such as sports, hobbies, and friendships with both boys and girls. Their thoughts and interests are generally centered around their immediate environment, school, and personal growth rather than romantic relationships.

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  • 9. 

    Allan got very happy because Eileen_______at him.

    Allan got very happy because Eileen looked at him. This implies that Eileen directed her gaze towards Allan, which made him feel joyful or pleased.

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