Grade 5 Wonders Unit 1 Week 1 CATQ
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by Adriana Rodriguez
| 11 Questions
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G5 Wonders Unit 1 Week 1 CATQ
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1 pt
Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly.
A. After hearing the idea from Mali, Mr. Taylor said, "Let's do it.
B. After hearing the idea from Mali, Mr. Taylor said, "Let's do it!"
C. After hearing the idea from Mali: Mr. Taylor said, "Let's do it!"
D. After hearing the idea from Mali, Mr. Taylor said "Let's do it!"
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1 pt
Choose the two sentences that contain spelling errors.
A. The tomatoes will be redy to sell at the stand next summer.
B. Mr. Taylor stood outside and watched the beutiful flowers.
C. Mali was excited about the tomatoes she grew.
D. Mali and her mom enjoyed taking long walks.
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1 pt
The reader can infer that Mali is a problem solver. Which detail from the passage best supports this inference?
A. "After they got home, Mali headed out to her backyard swing to think."
B. "Mali turned, stared, and put her hand on her hip."
C. "Mali said, 'everyone needs fruits and vegetables for a healthy diet.' "
D. "After determining that her yard was too small to plant a garden, Mali went to talk to Mr. Taylor."
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1 pt
What did the author most likely mean by including the statement, "Reasons to smile have been scarce lately."
A. to show that Mr. Taylor didn't have any friends
B. to explain why Mr. Taylor was alone in the yard
C. to show how Mr. Taylor has been feeling since his wife died
D. to explain why Mr. Taylor looked at the garden
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1 pt
Which sentence from the passage best supports your answer in question 4?
A. "How about I make you a loan?"
B. "Mr. Taylor explained, 'Once the tomatoes come, the heavy fruit makes the brances bend.' "
C. "Just then, she noticed her neighbor, Mr. Taylor, looking at his daffodils."
D. "This was the first spring since his wife had died, and Mali saw the sadness on his face."
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1 pt
Read the sentence. "I'll help you, and when your garden starts to prosper, you can repay me with a few tomatoes."

A synonym is a word that means the same or nearly the same of another word. What is the synonym of "prosper" ?
A. fail
B. flourish
C. diminish
D. decrease
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1 pt
How does the relationship between Mali and Mr. Taylor develop in the passage? Choose two answers.
A. Mali and Mr. Taylor went from being just neighbors to best friends.
B. Mali and Mr. Taylor started to depend on each other.
C. Mali and Mr. Taylor developed a partnership in business.
D. Mali and Mr. Taylor began to despise each other.
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1 pt
Choose two sentences that should be included in the summary of the last paragraph of the text.
A. Mr. Taylor bought flowers from Mali's market stand.
B. Mr. Taylor started planting his favorite flowers in the spring.
C. Mali and her friends built a lemondade stand.
D. The following summer, Mali and Mr. Taylor ran a market stand together.
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1 pt
What is the most likely reason the author included illustrations in the passage?
A. They help the reader visualize or make pictures of the key events in the passage.
B. They help the reader understand new or important information.
C. They help the reader visualize the meaning of unknown words.
D They help the reader find information or connect ideas.
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1 pt
Read the sentences.

"Mali turned, stared, and put her hands on her hips. 'But Mrs. Fair's stand can't close!' she said. 'It's the only place in the neighborhood we can buy fresh, delicious tomatoes.' "

Why did the author most likely use the phrase "put her hands on her hips" in the passage?"
A. to show that Mali was excited when she looked at the empty lot
B. to show how she felt about planting her own garden
C. to get the reader to see how disappointed Mali was about not having fresh tomatoes
D. to show that Mali was angry at ther mother
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2 pts
What is the theme of the passage? Use key details from the passage to support and explain your answer.

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