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  • 1. 

    Which of the following is an example of a fact?

    • A.

      Justin had never eaten stewed raisins before

    • B.

      Nate Love could out shoot anyone

    • C.

      Riding fence is men’s work

    • D.

      Making Beds is women’s work

    Correct Answer
    A. Justin had never eaten stewed raisins before
    Explanation
    The statement "Justin had never eaten stewed raisins before" is an example of a fact because it presents a specific piece of information that can be objectively verified as true or false. It is a statement about a past event or experience that can be confirmed or refuted based on Justin's personal history or testimony.

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  • 2. 

    Which of the following is an example of an opinion?

    • A.

      Grandpa put raisins into a pot

    • B.

      There are men cooks in the world

    • C.

      Justin’s Grandma never got to see him

    • D.

      Black cowboys had the hardest life

    Correct Answer
    D. Black cowboys had the hardest life
    Explanation
    The statement "Black cowboys had the hardest life" is an example of an opinion because it expresses a subjective belief or viewpoint. It cannot be proven or disproven as it is based on personal interpretation and perspective.

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  • 3. 

    Which of the following character traits  would best describe Wiley Ward?

    • A.

      Afraid

    • B.

      Brave

    • C.

      Cruel

    • D.

      Loud

    Correct Answer
    B. Brave
    Explanation
    Wiley Ward would be best described as brave because bravery implies the ability to face danger, difficulty, or pain without fear. This trait suggests that Wiley is courageous and willing to take risks, showing strength and resilience in challenging situations.

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  • 4. 

    Which of the following was most likely  an effect of Justin reading the story “How We Came to Missouri”

    • A.

      Justin washed the dishes

    • B.

      Justin rode the Horses

    • C.

      Justin looked around Grandpa’s Room

    • D.

      Justin slept in Grandpa’s Bed

    Correct Answer
    D. Justin slept in Grandpa’s Bed
    Explanation
    Reading the story "How We Came to Missouri" likely had an effect on Justin that made him sleep in Grandpa's bed. This could be because the story might have been engaging or emotionally impactful, causing Justin to feel tired and seek comfort in the familiar surroundings of Grandpa's bed. Alternatively, the story could have sparked Justin's curiosity or imagination, leading him to want to experience the story in a more immersive way by sleeping in the same bed as Grandpa.

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  • 5. 

    On p. 82, Why did the captains decide not to deny Wiley Ward’s family’s passage?

    • A.

      They would have been breaking the law

    • B.

      They had plenty of room

    • C.

      They had plenty of room

    • D.

      They had lots of food for them

    Correct Answer
    A. They would have been breaking the law
    Explanation
    The captains decided not to deny Wiley Ward's family's passage because they would have been breaking the law.

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  • 6. 

    Which of the following is an example of a detail from chapter 11?

    • A.

      Justin watched the parade with Grandpa

    • B.

      Justin entered the Greased Pig Contest

    • C.

      The rodeo was exciting

    • D.

      The crowd jumped to its feet

    Correct Answer
    B. Justin entered the Greased Pig Contest
    Explanation
    This detail from chapter 11, "Justin entered the Greased Pig Contest," provides specific information about an event that occurred in the chapter. It suggests that Justin participated in a specific activity, which is likely to be significant in the overall narrative of the chapter.

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  • 7. 

    Which of these details best describes the main event  “Justin became a real cowboy”

    • A.

      Justin wished he hadn’t eaten so many biscuits

    • B.

      Justin put his hands on his hips and looked at the bull

    • C.

      Justin wondered if the smelly stuff made grandpa popular with the ladies

    • D.

      Justin was nervous about Grandpa not winning the contest

    Correct Answer
    B. Justin put his hands on his hips and looked at the bull
    Explanation
    The detail "Justin put his hands on his hips and looked at the bull" best describes the main event "Justin became a real cowboy" because it suggests that Justin is taking on a confident and assertive posture, which is often associated with being a cowboy. This action implies that Justin is fully embracing the role and identity of a cowboy, hence becoming a real cowboy.

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  • 8. 

    At the end of the story, when the author says Justin “Beamed with pleasure” she means that Justin…

    • A.

      Was proud and happy

    • B.

      Was discouraged and embarassed

    • C.

      Missed his grandpa

    • D.

      Wanted to go to the ranch

    Correct Answer
    A. Was proud and happy
    Explanation
    The phrase "beamed with pleasure" suggests that Justin was experiencing a strong sense of joy and satisfaction. This indicates that he was proud and happy about something, possibly an accomplishment or a positive outcome.

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  • 9. 

    Of the following, the best example of the main idea of this story is…

    • A.

      Justin entered the pie eating contest

    • B.

      Justin didn't like to wash dishes

    • C.

      Justin had never cleaned a fish before

    • D.

      Justin learned a valubale lesson from his Grandpa

    Correct Answer
    D. Justin learned a valubale lesson from his Grandpa
    Explanation
    The best example of the main idea of this story is that Justin learned a valuable lesson from his Grandpa. This suggests that the story revolves around Justin's experience with his Grandpa and the lesson he learned from him. The other statements about Justin entering a pie eating contest, not liking to wash dishes, and never cleaning a fish before may be details or events that contribute to the overall story, but the main idea is focused on the lesson Justin learned from his Grandpa.

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  • 10. 

    Which of the following best describes a main idea from chapter 10?

    • A.

      Justin wished could get a glimpse of the biscuits under cover

    • B.

      Grandpa kept his eye on the road

    • C.

      Grandpa kept his eye on the road

    • D.

      Grandpa entered the Best Biscuit Contest

    Correct Answer
    D. Grandpa entered the Best Biscuit Contest
    Explanation
    The main idea from chapter 10 is that Grandpa entered the Best Biscuit Contest.

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