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  • 1. 

    Which of these sentences is a generalization about people's feelings toward bears?

    • A.

      People have such fearful images of bears.

    • B.

      I was startled, but the bear must have been ever more surprised.

    • C.

      Imagine meeting a grizzly bear in the wild.

    • D.

      "Don't bump heads with a bear when you go blueberry picking!"

    Correct Answer
    A. People have such fearful images of bears.
    Explanation
    The sentence "People have such fearful images of bears" is a generalization about people's feelings toward bears. It implies that the majority of people have a fearful perception or view of bears. This statement suggests that people tend to associate bears with fear and danger, indicating a common sentiment or belief about bears among the general population.

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  • 2. 

    With which generalization would the author most likely agree?

    • A.

      Bears will always attack humans.

    • B.

      Most states have set aside enough natural areas for wildlife.

    • C.

      Winter in Alaska is the most beautiful season of all.

    • D.

      Alaskan animals are interesting to photograph.

    Correct Answer
    D. Alaskan animals are interesting to photograph.
    Explanation
    The author most likely agrees with the generalization that Alaskan animals are interesting to photograph. This can be inferred from the fact that the other options do not pertain to the author's opinion on the topic of photography. The statement about bears attacking humans is a generalization but it does not indicate the author's agreement with it. The statement about states setting aside natural areas for wildlife is a generalization about conservation efforts, which is not related to photography. The statement about winter in Alaska being the most beautiful season is a subjective opinion, not a generalization.

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  • 3. 

    Which of the following statements is a fact?

    • A.

      An 850-pound bear chasing a 2-pound squirrel is a truly comical sight.

    • B.

      Bears seem to like soapberries best of all.

    • C.

      One bear may consume 200,000 berries in a single day!

    • D.

      In early spring, grizzly bears also enjoy life to its fullest.

    Correct Answer
    C. One bear may consume 200,000 berries in a single day!
    Explanation
    The statement "One bear may consume 200,000 berries in a single day!" is a fact because it presents a specific and quantifiable piece of information. It states that a single bear has the capacity to consume a large number of berries in a 24-hour period, providing a clear and objective statement of reality.

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  • 4. 

    Animals that live in the Alaskan wilderness can adapt to cold weather.What kind of region does the wilderness describe?

    • A.

      A region that has many animals

    • B.

      A region that is close to a city

    • C.

      A region that is in its natural state

    • D.

      A region that has few plants

    Correct Answer
    C. A region that is in its natural state
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "a region that is in its natural state." The wilderness refers to an area that has not been significantly altered or developed by human activities. In the context of the question, it implies that the animals living in the Alaskan wilderness have not been domesticated or influenced by human intervention, allowing them to adapt to the cold weather naturally.

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  • 5. 

    Bears and other animals in the wild wiew humans with caution. How do they view humans?

    • A.

      With confidence

    • B.

      With alarm

    • C.

      With surprise

    • D.

      With wariness

    Correct Answer
    D. With wariness
    Explanation
    Bears and other animals in the wild view humans with wariness because they perceive humans as potential threats or sources of danger. This wariness is a natural instinct for self-preservation, as humans can disrupt their habitat, harm them, or pose a risk to their survival. Animals are cautious around humans to ensure their own safety and avoid any potential conflicts or harm that humans may cause.

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  • 6. 

    Read this sentence from the story.  The moose turned to confront the powerful bear.What does the word confront mean in this sentence?

    • A.

      Face

    • B.

      Flee

    • C.

      Charge

    • D.

      Examine

    Correct Answer
    A. Face
    Explanation
    In this sentence, the word "confront" means to face. The moose turned to confront the powerful bear implies that the moose turned to face the bear, possibly in a defensive or confrontational manner.

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  • 7. 

    After his encounter with a bear outside his tent, the author realized that he wanted to learn

    • A.

      How bears can be dangerous to people

    • B.

      How bears live over the course of a year

    • C.

      How bears communicate with each other

    • D.

      How bears live during the winter months

    Correct Answer
    B. How bears live over the course of a year
    Explanation
    The author's encounter with a bear outside his tent made him realize that he wanted to learn about how bears live over the course of a year. This suggests that the author was intrigued by the overall lifestyle and behavior of bears, rather than just their danger to humans or their communication methods. The encounter likely sparked the author's curiosity and desire to gain a deeper understanding of bears' habits and patterns throughout the different seasons.

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  • 8. 

    Why would a bear run away from a charging moose?

    • A.

      The moose is bigger than a bear.

    • B.

      The bear decides it isn't hungry after all.

    • C.

      The bear doesn't want to be hurt by the moose's sharp hoofs.

    • D.

      The bear is going to get another bear to help it catch the moose's calf.

    Correct Answer
    C. The bear doesn't want to be hurt by the moose's sharp hoofs.
    Explanation
    The bear would run away from a charging moose because it doesn't want to be hurt by the moose's sharp hoofs. Moose have sharp hoofs that can cause serious injuries, so it is in the bear's best interest to avoid confrontation and protect itself from harm.

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  • 9. 

    Why does the diet of an Alaskan bear change from season to season?

    • A.

      Alaskan bears prefer meat and berries during the winter.

    • B.

      Alaskan bears have more energy for hunting during the winter.

    • C.

      Alaskan bears are less hungry during the summer and fall seasons.

    • D.

      Alaskan bears eat whatever food is available at a given time of the year.

    Correct Answer
    D. Alaskan bears eat whatever food is available at a given time of the year.
    Explanation
    Alaskan bears eat whatever food is available at a given time of the year because their diet changes from season to season. This is likely due to the availability of different food sources throughout the year. For example, during the winter, when meat and berries are more abundant, the bears may prefer these foods. However, during other seasons when these food sources are scarce, the bears may have to rely on other available food options. This adaptability allows the bears to meet their nutritional needs and survive in their environment.

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  • 10. 

    Which word names a grazing animal that lives in the Arctic?

    • A.

      Dolphin

    • B.

      Caribou

    • C.

      Tundra

    • D.

      Summer, my dog

    Correct Answer
    B. Caribou
    Explanation
    Caribou is the correct answer because it is a grazing animal that is known to live in the Arctic. Caribou, also known as reindeer, are well-adapted to the harsh Arctic climate and are an important part of the ecosystem in that region. They migrate long distances in search of food and are a vital resource for indigenous communities in the Arctic. Dolphins are marine animals and do not live in the Arctic, while tundra is a type of biome found in the Arctic but is not an animal. "Summer, my dog" is not relevant to the question and does not name an Arctic grazing animal.

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