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“i always participated, of course, because as children we must experience all of those things. and i studied hard in school, as you do, jonas.” in which sentence does the word hard mean the same thing as in the sentence above? question 1 options: losing the championship was a hard blow to the basketball team. the principal is very hard on students who break the school’s rules of conduct. gavin’s muscles are hard as iron. sophie works hard to remain top student in her class. question 2 (1 point) read the excerpt below from chapter 1 and answer questions 2 - 5: 1 jonas was careful about language. not like his friend, asher, who talked too fast and mixed things up, scrambling words and phrases until they were barely recognizable and often very funny. 2 jonas grinned, remembering the morning that asher had dashed into the classroom, late as usual, arriving breathlessly in the middle of the chanting of the morning anthem. when the class took their seats at the conclusion of the patriotic hymn, asher remained standing to make his public apology as was required. 3 “i apologize for inconveniencing my learning community.” asher ran through the standard apology phrase rapidly, still catching his breath. the students had all been grinning, because they had listened to asher’s explanations so many times before. 4 “i left home at the correct time but when i was riding along near the hatchery, the crew was separating some salmon. i guess i just got distraught, watching them. 5 “i apologize to my classmates,” asher concluded. he smoothed his rumpled tunic and sat down. 6 “we accept your apology, asher.” the class recited the standard response in unison. many of the students were biting their lips to keep from laughing. 7 “i accept your apology, asher,” the instructor said. he was smiling. “and i you, because once again you have provided an opportunity for a lesson in language. ‘distraught’ is too strong an adjective to describe salmon-viewing.” 8 he turned and wrote “distraught” on the instructional board. beside it he wrote “distracted.” 9 jonas, nearing his home now, smiled at the recollection. thinking, still, as he wheeled his bike into its narrow port beside the door, he realized that frightened was the wrong word to describe his feelings, now that december was almost here. it was too strong an adjective. paragraphs two through seven in this passage are an example of: question 2 options: subplot. exposition. prediction. flashback. question 3 (1 point) from this passage you can predict that: question 3 options: jonas will never be late like asher. asher will learn to be more careful with language in the future. something important will happen to jonas in december. asher will never be late again. question 4 (1 point) the point of view in this passage is written from: question 4 options: jonas the current receiver the chief elder asher question 5 (1 point) based on your readings and the passage above, the culture of jonas’ society in “the giver”: question 5 options: is unfamiliar with real feelings and emotions places low importance on education finds tardiness to be unacceptable has little tolerance for physical activity of any kind question 6 (1 point) according to your readings, which of the following is a major thematic idea presented in the novel: question 6 options: keeping a positive attitude regardless of difficulties observing the life of others at a distance being courageous in the face of danger the lack of physical or emotional suffering question 8 (1 point) based on the passage above, which of the following is the best title for this passage? question 8 options: “the ceremony of the twelve” “the qualities of a receiver” “the capacity to see beyond” “jonas acquires wisdom” question 9 (1 point) from this passage, you can infer that: question 9 options: a special family celebration is taking place. the elder is doubtful about jonas becoming the reciever jonas doubts his own abilities the giver does not want to take on a new receiver question 10 (1 point) “now it was the moment when he would have to confess, to say, ‘no, i don’t. i can’t,’ and throw himself on their mercy, ask their forgiveness, to explain that he had been wrongly chosen, that he was not the right one at all.” in which sentence does the word right mean the same thing as in the sentence above? question 10 options: raise a hand if you know the right answer. when you come to the intersection of oak and maple streets, turn right. the police told the suspect that he had the right to remain silent. mother warned steven to come right home after school to do his chores. section 2: "the giver" part 2

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