In this assessment, you will work through one reading comprehension passage.
The passage is followed by 6-10 multiple choice questions that will assess your understanding of the passage.
Some questions will refer back to specific lines in the passage, which are shown on the left margin of the passage.
- As you read, take notes on a separate piece of paper. Try structuring your notes like an outline. Make note of things like main ideas or figurative language.
- Answer each question by choosing the choice that can be supported by evidence from the passage.
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The main purpose of this passage is toCorrectIncorrect
Lines 8 to 11 are important to the passage because theyCorrectIncorrect
The author uses the word “whoosh” in line 20 in order toCorrectIncorrect
In line 30, “pound” most nearly meansCorrectIncorrect
The figurative language in lines 57-59 conveys that the waterfall isCorrectIncorrect
Based on the final paragraph (lines 51-67), it can be inferred that the narratorCorrectIncorrect
The last sentence in the passage serves toCorrectIncorrect
The author develops the mood in the passage byCorrectIncorrect
Based on the information in the passage, which of the following statements is true?CorrectIncorrect
Based on the narrator’s description of his sister, it can be inferred that sheCorrectIncorrect