Unit 5, Lesson 5: Pop´s Bridge
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by Jason Clark
| 13 Questions
Note from the author:
McGraw Hill - Imagine It - 4th grade
1
10
What is the contraction for the underlined words in the sentence? We are going to visit our uncle during the spring break.
Were
We´re
Wer´e
We´are
2
10
When you are ´ashamed´, you are
embarrassed.
ill.
concerned.
satisfied.
3
10
The author looks for his dad through ´binoculars.´´Binoculars´ are
powerful sunglasses
a pair of holes in a fence
a tool for seeing far away
long rows of very tall buildings
4
10
Sailboats ´skim´ on the water. ´Skim´ means the boats
pull water skiers
attract fish
cause damage
move swiftly and lightly
5
10
The author is able to ´slip´a puzzle piece into his pocket. This means that he puts the puzzle piece into his pocket
eventually
secretly
noisily
delicately
6
10
Who are the ´skywalkers´?
painters
tightrope walkers
high-iron men
pilots
7
10
Who is the narrator of this selection?
the child of a skywalker
someone who worked on a bridge similar to the Golden Gate Bridge
the architect of the Golden Gate Bridge
the wife of a painter
8
10
The Golden Gate Bridge is best described as
a great construction feat.
a surprising natural event.
a step in the expansion of America.
a building that was difficult to make.
9
10
Why are there no cars allowed on the bridge on opening day?
The bridge was not strong enough to hold cars.
There was a big celebration.
The roadway on the bridge was not complete.
Cars were not yet invented.
10
10
How are Charlie´s dad and Robert´s dad similar?
Both are glad to have the bridge finished.
Both are not very good at puzzles.
Both are injured in an accident at the bridge.
Both risk their lives to work on the bridge.
11
10
What does the narrator think of the skywalkers?
12
10
What is the terrible thing that happens in the selection to change the narrator´s mind?
13
10
Why do the narrator´s hands sweat on foggy days?
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