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Weekly test

Students Name: Eddie 2 Teachers Name: T. Aljon Date: Focus: Score:

I. Match the words from the box to the most suitable picture to say how they feel. scared happy hungry surprised sleepy angry sad in love thirsty ill

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II. Look at the picture of the boy below and use the word bank at the bottom of the page to help you label the different parts of the body.

III. Draw a line connecting the words in each column that rhyme. 1. pocket 2. tall 3. brown 4. black 5. green 6. bee 7. sound 8. sit 9. bench 10. purse 11. jump 12. walk 13. coat 14. feet 15. mouse talk found locket tree mean house ball nurse bump wrench bit beet gown slack boat

IV. What job is this? Identify the following jobs below. ______________1) person who drives a bus. ______________2) He/she works in a school and teaches students. ______________3) rescues people from burning buildings and helps put out fires. ______________4) works in hospital and helps doctors. ______________5) flies an airplane.

______________6) takes people's orders in a restaurant and serves them food. ______________7) drives a taxi. ______________8) does the cooking in a restaurant or hotel ______________9) one who does business ______________10) works in a police station

V.Read the story FIRST and answer the questions.

One Hundred Dollars Leonard James is a homeless man. For him, life is always hard. He is always hungry. His shoes have holes in them. He needs a haircut. His clothes are old and dirty. What I would do with one hundred dollars! Leonard says. This is a game he likes to play with himself to take his mind off things. He is walking down the street on a Thursday night. The winter air is cold on his face. If I had one hundred dollars, I could buy new socks, he says. He continues to walk down the street. If I had one hundred dollars, I could get a haircut, he says. He continues to walk down the street. If I had one hundred dollars, I could buy new pants, he says. He continues to walk down the street. If I had one hundred dollars, I could get a hamburger, he says. His stomach rumbles at the thought. If I had. Leonard looks down at the sidewalk. He cannot believe what he sees! Someone has lost his wallet. Leonard picks it up. Inside are five twentydollar bills.

One hundred dollars! Leonard says. He is very excited. Now I can buy everything I want! Then Leonard begins to think. But this is not my money, he says. Leonard goes to the police station. He gives a police officer the wallet and money. Thank you, says the police officer. You are a very honest man. Leonard smiles. He turns around and begins to leave the police station. Hold on, the police officer says. He reaches in his own pocket and gives Leonard ten dollars. Get yourself something to eat. Questions: 1. What is life like for Leonard? A. It is hard. B. It is easy. C. It is warm. D. It is full of good food. 2. How does the reader know that Leonard is poor? I. He finds a wallet. II. He has no home. III. He is always hungry. A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II, and III 3. Why does Leonard think about what he would do with a hundred dollars? A. It helps him go to sleep. B. It takes his mind off things. C. The police officer asks him to. D. He knows he will find the money. 4. What time of year is it? A. spring B. summer C. fall D. winter 5. What does Leonard say he would do with a hundred dollars?

I. get a haircut II. buy new clothes III. get a hotel room A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II, and III 6. Why does Leonard's stomach rumble? A. because he is hungry B. because he is tired C. because his clothes are dirty D. because he is homeless 7. He cannot believe what he sees. What is another way to write this sentence? A. He thinks what he sees is crazy. B. He feels what he sees is good luck. C. He thinks what he sees cannot be true. D. He thinks what he sees is scary. 8. Why does Leonard go to the police station? A. because he owes money B. because he wants a reward C. because the wallet is not his D. because he has committed a crime 9. What kind of man does Leonard seem to be? A. bad B. dumb C. good D. old 10. As used at the end of the story, what does it mean to be honest? A. to feel good B. to want more C. to be truthful D. to be hopeful 11. How does Leonard seem to feel about what he has done? A. angry B. happy C. sad D. unsure

12. What does the police officer give Leonard? A. advice B. a handshake C. money to eat D. the one hundred dollars 13. What kind of man does the police officer seem to be? A. angry B. busy C. kind D. mean 14. Why does the police officer give Leonard ten dollars? A. to surprise Leonard B. so Leonard feels better about returning the wallet C. because it is part of his job D. because he wants to get Leonard off the streets 15-20. If you found one hundred dollars, would you keep it? Why or why not ______________________________________________________________ ________ ______________________________________________________________ ________ ______________________________________________________________ ________ ______________________________________________________________ ________ ______________________________________________________________ ________ ______________________________________________________________ ________ ______________________________________________________________ ________

Time to It is 6:15 a.m. It is time to wake up. It is time to take a shower. It is time to brush teeth. It is time to get dressed. It is time to eat breakfast. It is time to go to work. It is time to eat lunch. It is time to go back to work. It is time to go home. It is time to eat dinner. It is time to go to sleep. Billy, she says. What? Billy says. "It is time to wake up!" Questions: 1. What time is it? A. 5:30 in the morning B. 5:30 at night C. 6:15 in the morning D. 6:15 at night 2. What is it time to do first? A. brush teeth B. take a shower C. wake up

D. go to work 3. What is it time to do second? A. brush teeth B. wake up C. take a shower D. go home 4. What is it time to do last? A. go to sleep B. go to work C. go to a movie D. eat dinner 5. What is it time to do after it is time to go home? A. eat dinner B. brush teeth C. get dressed D. wake up 6. Billy wakes up. This means he A. starts sleeping B. starts working C. stops sleeping D. eats dinner 7. Billy is A. busy B. short C. nervous D. honest 8. It is time to brush teeth. This means it is time for Billy to A. clean his teeth B. chatter his teeth

C. bite with his teeth D. chew with his teeth 9. Billy goes back to work. This means he A. likes work B. is late for work C. returns to work D. stays home 10. What is the correct order? A. Breakfast Dinner Lunch B. Breakfast Lunch Dinner C. Dinner Lunch Breakfast D. Lunch Dinner Breakfast What number? Becca and Kai played together all day. The two friends played outside in the morning. They rode bikes and scooters. They ate lunch on the porch. Beccas mom made sandwiches and lemonade. They played hide-and-seek in the house right after lunch. Then they did not know what to do. I know! Lets play the number game, said Becca. What number am I thinking of? Is it five? asked Kai. No, it is higher than five, Becca said. Okay, is it one hundred? No, it is lower than one hundred, Becca said. Lets see, said Kai. Is it sixty? Becca gave Kai a hint. It is between twenty and thirty. Hmm, is it twenty-five?

No, but you are very close! Becca said. Well, is it higher or lower than twenty-five? It is lower, Becca said. Okay, I think I know. Is it twenty-two? Yeah! You guessed it. Becca said. Good job! QUESTIONS: 1. Where did Becca and Kai play today? A. at school B. at the park C. at Kai's house D. at Becca's hous 2. What did Becca and Kai do in the morning? I. They rode bikes. II. They played outside. III. They played hide-and-seek. A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II, and III 3. Where did Becca and Kai eat lunch? A. in the kitchen B. by the swing C. at the park D. on the porch 4. Whose idea was it to play the number game? A. It was Kais idea. B. It was Moms idea. C. It was Beccas idea. D. It was Kai and Beccas idea.

5. What was Kais second guess? A. five B. twenty-two C. sixty D. one hundred 6. Why does Kai guess one hundred? A. It is lower than twenty-two. B. It is higher than sixty. C. It is higher than five. D. It is lower than sixty. 7. Which is correct? A. 178 is lower than 177 B. 178 is higher than 177 C. 178 is between 177 D. 178 is the same as 177 8. Which is correct? I. 239 is lower than 247 II. 224 is higher than 256 III. 224 is between 220 and 230 A. I only B. I and III C. II and III D. I, II, and III 9. Kai's guess of twenty-five was close because A. twenty-five is a big number B. it is near the number Becca was thinking about C. it is far away from the number Becca was thinking about D. it is lower than the number Becca was thinking about 10. What does it mean to give someone a hint?

A. to give someone a clue B. to make a question hard C. to tell someone to give up D. to give someone the answer 11. What number was Becca thinking about? A. nineteen B. twenty C. twenty-one D. twenty-two 12. What other number could Becca have been thinking about? A. ten B. fifteen C. twenty-three D. twenty-eight Paul Cooks Pauls wife knows Paul loves to read cookbooks. She decides to get him one for his birthday. Paul tells her he will try to make a new recipe for three days in a row. On Monday, Paul makes blueberry pancakes for breakfast. He gets the blueberries from the farmers market. On Tuesday, Paul makes beef soup for dinner. He puts in cubes of beef, carrots, and onions. The recipe calls for cream, but Paul does not like cream. He uses water instead. On Wednesday, Paul makes a tomato salad with cucumbers and onions. He picks the cucumbers and tomatoes from his garden. He likes this dish best. It was also the easiest for him to make. QUESTIONS: 1. Which ingredients does Paul use to make beef soup? I. onions

II. potatoes III. cucumbers A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II, and III 2. Where does Paul get his cookbook? A. Paul buys it. B. His girlfriend gives it to him. C. His wife gets it for him. D. Pauls friend buys it for him. 3. What does Paul say he will do? A. become a chef B. grow his own food C. cook every recipe in a week D. try a new recipe for three days in a row 4. On what day does Paul make pancakes? A. Sunday B. Monday C. Tuesday D. Wednesday 5. What does Paul get from the farmer's market? A. cubes of beef B. blueberries C. tomatoes D. cucumbers 6. Where does Paul get cucumbers and tomatoes? A. from his wife B. from the store C. from his garden D. from the farmers market 7. Which dish does Paul like best? A. the creamy one B. beef soup C. tomato salad D. blueberry pancakes 8. Why doesn't Paul use cream?

A. He doesnt like it. B. There was none at the store. C. There was none in the garden. D. There was none at the farmers market. 9. What does Paul use instead of cream? A. milk B. onions C. water D. butter 10. Which dish was the easiest for Paul to make? A. pancakes B. beef soup C. tomato salad D. chicken tender 11-20. Do you like to cook? What is your favorite dish? (75 words) _______________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ ________________ _______________________________________________________ __

Students Name: Tina Teachers Name: T. Aljon

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I. Write the verbs or their proper Classification if its a Helping verb or Main verb.

I would You must She speaks fast Help! He has arrived John goes to school

I wonder have been People eat He jumps I rather maybe I can

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MAIN VERBS _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________

II. Circle the nouns in these sentences. Hint: there are 20.

1. The cat and the dog were playing in the park.

2. Misha plays the piano and the drums. 3. David said to take the cake, cookies, and cups to the picnic. 4. Danielle went to see the Avatar at the theater. 5. Love and peace are better than hate and war. 6. My family plays as a team. II. Find and circle the ten adverbs in the following sentences: 1. Giraffes are very tall and have extremely long tongues. 2. They are fed daily and like fruits and vegetables. 3. They eat mostly Acacia leaves, munching them quickly because they really like them. 4. They walk slowly and lazily, stretching their necks up to the trees. 5. I cant wait to go to the zoo tomorrow and see the giraffes. III. Identify the underlined words if its a Pronoun, noun, adverb, verb, interjection, preposition, adjective, or a conjunction.

Sentence #1:

Ah! My husband and I wish we could travel yearly to Europe and take in all the amazing sites.

Pronoun: ________________ Noun: ________________ Adverb: ____________ Verb: _______________

Interjection: __________ Preposition: ___________ Adjective: _____________ Conjunction: _____________

Sentence #2

Wow! The tall teacher assigns us work daily and expects it on his desk by eight the next morning!

Pronoun: ________________ Noun: ________________ Adverb: ____________ Verb: _______________

Interjection: __________ Preposition: ___________ Adjective: _____________ Conjunction: _____________

IV. Write the past tense form of each verb. (20 pts.)

Accept Add Admire Burn Bury Buzz Cry Copy Desert Deserve Destroy Earn Educate Embarrass Employ Empty Encourage Increase Influence Injure

V. Identify the following symbols.

? - ____________

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Cant - ______________

! - ____________ ; - ____________

! - ____________ ( ) - ____________

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VI. Encircle the letter of the correct answer.

1. What part of speech describes a verb, adjective, or adverb and answerswhen? where? how? and to what extent? v e r b adje ctive ad ve rb prep ositi on n o u n

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2. What part of speech connects words or groups of words? Examples are but, or and yet. A. B. C. D. prepos ition ad ve rb interje ction conj

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3. What part of speech substitutes for a noun or pronoun? Examples are we, they him. pro nou n v e r b conjun ction n o u n interje ction

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4. What part of speech describes a noun or pronoun and answers the questions which one? how many? which one(s)? v e r b ad ve rb adje ctive prep

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5. Which part of speech expresses a mild or sudden burst of emotion? Examples are wow! or no,. ad ve rb n o u n interje ction prep ositi on adje ctive

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6. Which part of speech describes the distance/placement/proximity of one word and another word in a sentence? Examples are on, to, behind, with. ad ve rb prepos ition interje ction n o u

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7. Which part of speech describes an action or state of being or condition? Examples are throw, run. was, is, seems. n o u n ad ve rb prepos ition ad je cti ve v e r b

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8. What part of speech describes a person, place, thing, or idea? Examples warehouse, jury, determination. n o u n pro nou n adje ctive inter jecti on

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VII. Find and circle the ten adverbs in the following sentences: 6. Giraffes are very tall and have extremely long tongues. 7. They are fed daily and like fruits and vegetables. 8. They eat mostly Acacia leaves, munching them quickly because they really like them. 9. They walk slowly and lazily, stretching their necks up to the trees. 10. I cant wait to go to the zoo tomorrow and see the giraffes.

VIII. in the following sentences circle the adverb and underline the word it modifies. (10 pts.) 1. I secretly hid the present. 2. I will finish my homework later. 3. Lets have a picnic outside. 4. You need to come here. 5. I am very late. 6. The car rolled backward. 7. The temperature is very high. 8. The kids worked eagerly. 9. Tomorrow I will mow the lawn. 10. Prairie dogs live underground.

Students Name: Edward Teachers Name: T. Aljon

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I. Underline the word in the sentence with the letter combination that produces the /f/ sound. 1. There are roads going to Banaue that are rough 2. One needs a tough vehicle to climb the roads. 3. But when one gets there, all the tiredness will be forgotten. 4. The scenery will be more than enough to relax anyone 5. What one must never forget when going to banaue is a camera. 6. One must be sure to take along films. 7. One will want to photograph many sights. 8. There are international magazines that had featured banaue 9. The banaue Rice terraces are world famous. 10. This is another Philippine spot we must treasure.

II. Write the the letter/letter combination that produces /f/ sound in each word you underlined in test IV. 1._________ 2._________ 3._________ 4._________ 6.__________ 7.__________ 8.__________ 9.__________

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III. Fill the missing letters of the vocabulary. 1. B_ _GE To swell out. 2. _R_ _ PL_ -To press or crunch into wrinkles or folds. 3. C_ _ _ A S _ - An instrument for showing directions. 4. _H_MIC_ _ - A substance made by or used in chemistry. 5. H_RB_ _ - A sheltered place along a coast. 6. _ES_ _C_DE A chemical substance used to kill insects. 7. _ _ AB_E A building where cattle or horses are kept and fed. 8. PR_ _R_E Flat or rolling land covered with grass. 9. O_ST_C_E A person or thing that stands in the way or blocks progress. 10. _XP_ _E To make something known: reveal.

IV. Match the Column A to Column B. Write the letter of the correct vocabulary meaning. ___1. Mountebank ___2. Multilingual ___3. Amputate ___4. Analgesic ___5. Breach ___6. Orchestra ___7. Parenthesis ___8. Significance A. Impostor B. cut off (body part) C. Breaking a law D. Knowing or using many languages E. a group of musicians F. pain reliever G. Meaning; Importance H. word or phrase inserted to a passage

V.Read the story FIRST and answer the questions.

One Hundred Dollars Leonard James is a homeless man. For him, life is always hard.

He is always hungry. His shoes have holes in them. He needs a haircut. His clothes are old and dirty. What I would do with one hundred dollars! Leonard says. This is a game he likes to play with himself to take his mind off things. He is walking down the street on a Thursday night. The winter air is cold on his face. If I had one hundred dollars, I could buy new socks, he says. He continues to walk down the street. If I had one hundred dollars, I could get a haircut, he says. He continues to walk down the street. If I had one hundred dollars, I could buy new pants, he says. He continues to walk down the street. If I had one hundred dollars, I could get a hamburger, he says. His stomach rumbles at the thought. If I had. Leonard looks down at the sidewalk. He cannot believe what he sees! Someone has lost his wallet. Leonard picks it up. Inside are five twentydollar bills. One hundred dollars! Leonard says. He is very excited. Now I can buy everything I want! Then Leonard begins to think. But this is not my money, he says. Leonard goes to the police station. He gives a police officer the wallet and money. Thank you, says the police officer. You are a very honest man. Leonard smiles. He turns around and begins to leave the police station. Hold on, the police officer says. He reaches in his own pocket and gives Leonard ten dollars. Get yourself something to eat. Questions: 1. What is life like for Leonard? __________________________________________

2. How does the reader know that Leonard is poor? I. He finds a wallet. II. He has no home. III. He is always hungry. A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II, and III 3. Why does Leonard think about what he would do with a hundred dollars? ____________________________________________ 4. What time of year is it? ____________________________________________ 5. What does Leonard say he would do with a hundred dollars? ________________________________________ 6. Why does Leonard's stomach rumble? ____________________________________________ 7. He cannot believe what he sees. What is another way to write this sentence? _____________________________________________ 8. Why does Leonard go to the police station? A. because he owes money B. because he wants a reward C. because the wallet is not his D. because he has committed a crime 9. What kind of man does Leonard seem to be? A. bad B. dumb C. good D. old 10. As used at the end of the story, what does it mean to be honest? A. to feel good B. to want more C. to be truthful D. to be hopeful

11. How does Leonard seem to feel about what he has done? A. angry B. happy C. sad D. unsure 12. What does the police officer give Leonard? _____________________________________________ 13. What kind of man does the police officer seem to be? A. angry B. busy C. kind D. mean 14. Why does the police officer give Leonard ten dollars? _______________________________________________ 15-25. If you found one hundred dollars, would you keep it? Why or why not _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________
VI. Read first the story before answering the questions.

Something is very wrong, says the detective. I know! says Ms. Gervis. It is wrong that someone has stolen from me! The detective looks around Ms. Gervis apartment. That is not what I am talking about maam. What is wrong is that I do not understand how the robber got in and out.

Ms. Gervis and the detective stand in silence. Ms. Gervis is upset. The robber did not come through the window, says the detective. These windows have not been open or shut in months. The detective looks at the fireplace. The robber did not squeeze down here. The detective walks to the front door. He examines the latch. And the robber definitely did not use the front door. I have no idea how he did it, says a bothered Ms. Gervis. It is a big mystery. And you say the robber stole nothing else? asks the detective. No money, no jewelry, no crystal? Thats right, detective. He took only what was important to me, Ms. Gervis says with a sigh. There is only one thing I can do now. And what is that? the detective asks with surprise. I will stop baking cakes, Ms. Gervis says. They are mine to give away. They are not for someone to steal. You cant do that! says the detective with alarm . Who will bake those delicious cakes? I am sorry. I do not know, says Ms. Gervis. I must solve this case immediately! says the detective.

Questions: 1. Where does this story take place? _____________________________________ 2. If Ms. Gervis is upset, which best describes how she would look? _____________________________________

3. What makes the detective sure that the robber did not come through the window? A. The windows are locked.

B. The window faces the police station. C. The windows have not been used in months.

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The windows are too small for a person to fit through.

4. "And the robber definitely did not use the front door." Choose the best way to rewrite this sentence. A. B. "And the robber may not have used the front door." "And the robber probably did not use the front door."

C. "And the robber was not able to use the front door." D. "And the robber certainly did not use the front door."

5. Which questions should the detective have asked about the front door?

Check all that make sense. Is the door old? Is the door made of wood? Does someone else have a key? Does Ms. Gervis leave the door unlocked?

6. What does Ms. Gervis do with her cakes? eats them sells them hides them gives them away

7. What does the detective seem to think will happen if he solves the mystery? Ms. Gervis will start baking cakes again. Ms. Gervis will bake him extra cakes. Ms. Gervis will give him her secret recipe. Ms. Gervis will give him money and jewels.

8. What is a mystery? something that is wrong something that happens at night something a robber leaves behind something that cannot be explained

9. What else was stolen from the apartment? ______________________________________ 10. If something is said with alarm , how is it said? with fear and panic with bells and whistles with smiles and laughter with sadness and tears

Paul Cooks Pauls wife knows Paul loves to read cookbooks. She decides to get him one for his birthday. Paul tells her he will try to make a new recipe for three days in a row. On Monday, Paul makes blueberry pancakes for breakfast. He gets the blueberries from the farmers market. On Tuesday, Paul makes beef soup for dinner. He puts in cubes of beef, carrots, and onions. The recipe calls for cream, but Paul does not like cream. He uses water instead. On Wednesday, Paul makes a tomato salad with cucumbers and onions. He picks the cucumbers and tomatoes from his garden. He likes this dish best. It was also the easiest for him to make. QUESTIONS: 1. Which ingredients does Paul use to make beef soup? I. onions

II. potatoes III. cucumbers A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II, and III 2. Where does Paul get his cookbook? _______________________________________ 3. What does Paul say he will do? ________________________________________ 4. On what day does Paul make pancakes? _________________________________________ 5. What does Paul get from the farmer's market? __________________________________________ 6. Where does Paul get cucumbers and tomatoes? ________________________________________ 7. Which dish does Paul like best? _____________________________________________ 8. Why doesn't Paul use cream? __________________________________________ 9. What does Paul use instead of cream? A. milk B. onions C. water D. butter 10. Which dish was the easiest for Paul to make? A. pancakes B. beef soup C. tomato salad D. chicken tender 11-30. Do you like to cook? What is your favorite dish? (150 words)

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Students Name: Terry Teachers Name: T. Aljon

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I. Underline the pronoun in the sentence. (20 pts) 1. Mother gave me her pearl earings. 2. It was a gift from her mother. 3. Mom said her parents were both teachers. 4. Dad told him it was his college pin. 5. Our parents give us their precious possessions. 6. Butch said dad gave him a pin. 7. What can a girl like me give to loved ones. 8. Children may give their love to these great creatures. 9. We ought to love our parents we owe them our lives. 10. Maybe a girl can offer her good grades to her parents.

II. Change the singular form of the nouns to plural form. 1. branch __________ 2. eraser __________ 3. dish ____________ 4. bleacher _________ 5. bat ______ 6. tooth _________ 7. man __________ 8. Goose _________ 9. Box ________ 10. Kiss ________

III. Write the appropriate question word (who, what, when, where, why and how) 1. ________ is your favorite color? 2.________ is your birthday? 3.________ are you? 4. ________ kind of pet do you have? 5. ________ did you go last Saturday with your family? 6. ________ many eggs did you buy at the supermarket? 7. ________ are you sad? 8. ________ do you live? 9 ________ is you bestfriend? 10. _______ much did you sell that shoes?

One Hundred Dollars Leonard James is a homeless man. For him, life is always hard. He is always hungry. His shoes have holes in them. He needs a haircut. His clothes are old and dirty. What I would do with one hundred dollars! Leonard says. This is a game he likes to play with himself to take his mind off things. He is walking down the street on a Thursday night. The winter air is cold on his face. If I had one hundred dollars, I could buy new socks, he says. He continues to walk down the street. If I had one hundred dollars, I could get a haircut, he says. He continues to walk down the street. If I had one hundred dollars, I could buy new pants, he says. He continues to walk down the street. If I had one hundred dollars, I could get a hamburger, he says. His stomach rumbles at the thought.

If I had. Leonard looks down at the sidewalk. He cannot believe what he sees! Someone has lost his wallet. Leonard picks it up. Inside are five twentydollar bills. One hundred dollars! Leonard says. He is very excited. Now I can buy everything I want! Then Leonard begins to think. But this is not my money, he says. Leonard goes to the police station. He gives a police officer the wallet and money. Thank you, says the police officer. You are a very honest man. Leonard smiles. He turns around and begins to leave the police station. Hold on, the police officer says. He reaches in his own pocket and gives Leonard ten dollars. Get yourself something to eat. Questions: 1. What is life like for Leonard? A. It is hard. B. It is easy. C. It is warm. D. It is full of good food. 2. How does the reader know that Leonard is poor? I. He finds a wallet. II. He has no home. III. He is always hungry. A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II, and III 3. Why does Leonard think about what he would do with a hundred dollars? A. It helps him go to sleep. B. It takes his mind off things. C. The police officer asks him to. D. He knows he will find the money. 4. What time of year is it?

A. spring B. summer C. fall D. winter 5. What does Leonard say he would do with a hundred dollars? I. get a haircut II. buy new clothes III. get a hotel room A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II, and III 6. Why does Leonard's stomach rumble? A. because he is hungry B. because he is tired C. because his clothes are dirty D. because he is homeless 7. He cannot believe what he sees. What is another way to write this sentence? A. He thinks what he sees is crazy. B. He feels what he sees is good luck. C. He thinks what he sees cannot be true. D. He thinks what he sees is scary. 8. Why does Leonard go to the police station? A. because he owes money B. because he wants a reward C. because the wallet is not his D. because he has committed a crime 9. What kind of man does Leonard seem to be? A. bad B. dumb C. good D. old 10. As used at the end of the story, what does it mean to be honest? A. to feel good B. to want more C. to be truthful D. to be hopeful

11. How does Leonard seem to feel about what he has done? A. angry B. happy C. sad D. unsure 12. What does the police officer give Leonard? A. advice B. a handshake C. money to eat D. the one hundred dollars 13. What kind of man does the police officer seem to be? A. angry B. busy C. kind D. mean 14. Why does the police officer give Leonard ten dollars? A. to surprise Leonard B. so Leonard feels better about returning the wallet C. because it is part of his job D. because he wants to get Leonard off the streets What number? Becca and Kai played together all day. The two friends played outside in the morning. They rode bikes and scooters. They ate lunch on the porch. Beccas mom made sandwiches and lemonade. They played hide-and-seek in the house right after lunch. Then they did not know what to do. I know! Lets play the number game, said Becca. What number am I thinking of? Is it five? asked Kai. No, it is higher than five, Becca said.

Okay, is it one hundred? No, it is lower than one hundred, Becca said. Lets see, said Kai. Is it sixty? Becca gave Kai a hint. It is between twenty and thirty. Hmm, is it twenty-five? No, but you are very close! Becca said. Well, is it higher or lower than twenty-five? It is lower, Becca said. Okay, I think I know. Is it twenty-two? Yeah! You guessed it. Becca said. Good job! QUESTIONS: 1. Where did Becca and Kai play today? A. at school B. at the park C. at Kai's house D. at Becca's hous 2. What did Becca and Kai do in the morning? I. They rode bikes. II. They played outside. III. They played hide-and-seek. A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II, and III 3. Where did Becca and Kai eat lunch? A. in the kitchen B. by the swing C. at the park D. on the porch

4. Whose idea was it to play the number game? A. It was Kais idea. B. It was Moms idea. C. It was Beccas idea. D. It was Kai and Beccas idea. 5. What was Kais second guess? A. five B. twenty-two C. sixty D. one hundred 6. Why does Kai guess one hundred? A. It is lower than twenty-two. B. It is higher than sixty. C. It is higher than five. D. It is lower than sixty. 7. Which is correct? A. 178 is lower than 177 B. 178 is higher than 177 C. 178 is between 177 D. 178 is the same as 177 8. Which is correct? I. 239 is lower than 247 II. 224 is higher than 256 III. 224 is between 220 and 230 A. I only B. I and III C. II and III D. I, II, and III 9. Kai's guess of twenty-five was close because

A. twenty-five is a big number B. it is near the number Becca was thinking about C. it is far away from the number Becca was thinking about D. it is lower than the number Becca was thinking about 10. What does it mean to give someone a hint? A. to give someone a clue B. to make a question hard C. to tell someone to give up D. to give someone the answer 11. What number was Becca thinking about? A. nineteen B. twenty C. twenty-one D. twenty-two 12. What other number could Becca have been thinking about? A. ten B. fifteen C. twenty-three D. twenty-eight Paul Cooks Pauls wife knows Paul loves to read cookbooks. She decides to get him one for his birthday. Paul tells her he will try to make a new recipe for three days in a row. On Monday, Paul makes blueberry pancakes for breakfast. He gets the blueberries from the farmers market. On Tuesday, Paul makes beef soup for dinner. He puts in cubes of beef, carrots, and onions. The recipe calls for cream, but Paul does not like cream. He uses water instead.

On Wednesday, Paul makes a tomato salad with cucumbers and onions. He picks the cucumbers and tomatoes from his garden. He likes this dish best. It was also the easiest for him to make. QUESTIONS: 1. Which ingredients does Paul use to make beef soup? I. onions II. potatoes III. cucumbers A. I only B. I and II C. II and III D. I, II, and III 2. Where does Paul get his cookbook? A. Paul buys it. B. His girlfriend gives it to him. C. His wife gets it for him. D. Pauls friend buys it for him. 3. What does Paul say he will do? A. become a chef B. grow his own food C. cook every recipe in a week D. try a new recipe for three days in a row 4. On what day does Paul make pancakes? A. Sunday B. Monday C. Tuesday D. Wednesday 5. What does Paul get from the farmer's market? A. cubes of beef B. blueberries C. tomatoes D. cucumbers 6. Where does Paul get cucumbers and tomatoes? A. from his wife B. from the store C. from his garden D. from the farmers market

7. Which dish does Paul like best? A. the creamy one B. beef soup C. tomato salad D. blueberry pancakes 8. Why doesn't Paul use cream? A. He doesnt like it. B. There was none at the store. C. There was none in the garden. D. There was none at the farmers market. 9. What does Paul use instead of cream? A. milk B. onions C. water D. butter 10. Which dish was the easiest for Paul to make? A. pancakes B. beef soup C. tomato salad D. chicken tender

. Encircle the letter of the correct pronoun in the sentence. 1. "Is she writing to Leonardo di Caprio?" "Yes, she is in love with ___!" a. her b. him c. his 2. "John is making a lot of noise!" "I'll ask ___ to be quiet." a. him b. it c. its 3. "Please tell Mrs. Smith to come in." "Sorry, I don't know ___." a. her b. him c. she

4. "I can't find my glasses!" "You are wearing ___!" a. them b. there c. they 5. "Do you like bananas?" "I love ___ !" a. hers b. its c. them 6. "Why is he always talking about Pamela Anderson?" "He obviously likes ___ !" a. her b. him c. she 7. "Where is my book? Oh, dear! I've lost ___ !" a. him b. it c. its 8. "Is that Mary's new boyfriend?" "Don't ask me, ask ___!" a. her b. his c. it 9. "What is the title of that song?" "I'm afraid I can't remember ___." a. him b. it c. them

10. "Why is David so happy?" "His friends gave ___a guitar for his birthday!" a. him b. bit c. them

Time to It is 6:15 a.m. It is time to wake up.

It is time to take a shower. It is time to brush teeth. It is time to get dressed. It is time to eat breakfast. It is time to go to work. It is time to eat lunch. It is time to go back to work. It is time to go home. It is time to eat dinner. It is time to go to sleep. Billy, she says. What? Billy says. "It is time to wake up!" Questions: 1. What time is it? A. 5:30 in the morning B. 5:30 at night C. 6:15 in the morning D. 6:15 at night 2. What is it time to do first? A. brush teeth B. take a shower C. wake up D. go to work 3. What is it time to do second? A. brush teeth B. wake up C. take a shower D. go home

4. What is it time to do last? A. go to sleep B. go to work C. go to a movie D. eat dinner 5. What is it time to do after it is time to go home? A. eat dinner B. brush teeth C. get dressed D. wake up 6. Billy wakes up. This means he A. starts sleeping B. starts working C. stops sleeping D. eats dinner 7. Billy is A. busy B. short C. nervous D. honest 8. It is time to brush teeth. This means it is time for Billy to A. clean his teeth B. chatter his teeth C. bite with his teeth D. chew with his teeth 9. Billy goes back to work. This means he A. likes work B. is late for work C. returns to work

D. stays home 10. What is the correct order? A. Breakfast Dinner Lunch B. Breakfast Lunch Dinner C. Dinner Lunch Breakfast D. Lunch Dinner Breakfast