SRA Record: The Greatest Tightrope Walker in the World
Week 7 Story 3
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Write T if the statement is true according to the story. Write F if the statement is false.
1. The author of the story thinks that Blondin was the greatest tightrope walker in the world. *
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2. Blondin was a very daring performer. *
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3. Harry Colcord was eager to be carried across the falls. *
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4. Colcord showed no fear during the Niagara Falls crossing. *
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5. Blondin had no trouble at all in carrying Colcord across. *
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6. A large crowd watched the stunt eagerly. *
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7. Blondin died in 1897 when he fell out of bed. *
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A: You can often tell the meaning of a word by reading the words around it. Look at each number in parentheses. Find the paragraph in the story with the same number, Then find the word that fits the given meaning. Write the word.
8. act of courage or skill (3) *
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9. nervous and impatient (3) *
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10. folded; curled (6) *
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11. not able (14) *
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12. rocked back and forth (22) *
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13. wobbled (23) *
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14. upright; in a standing position (23) *
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A word may have more than one meaning. Its meaning depends on the way it is used. Look at each number in parentheses. Find the paragraph in the story with the same number. See how the word below is used in the paragraph. Decide whether it has meaning a or b.
The word watch is an example.
A guard stood watch.
My watch is fast.
15. tightrope (1) *
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16. trick (2) *
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17. sweat (23) *
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C : Sentences have patterns. Here are sentences in three different patterns: N-V, N-V-N, N-LV-N. Compare the sentences below with the examples. Decide which pattern is used in each sentence. (Remember that am, are, is, was, and were are linking verbs.)
1. N-V: John ran.
(Noun) (Verb)

2. N-V-N: Sarah has shoes.
(Noun) (Verb) (Noun)

3. N-LV-N: Susan is a doctor.
(Noun) (Linking Verb) (Noun)

18. Chris is a barber. *
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19. The door banged. *
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20. The captain rang the bell. *
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21. The cat ate the food. *
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22. Patty is a dancer. *
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23. The boy fainted. *
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24. The donkey climbed the mountain. *
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25. Rosie was our guide. *
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D : A picture graph uses symbols to stand for numerical information. The graph's legend tells what the symbols mean. In this graph, one symbol stands for ten books. To find out how many books were read by each member of the book club, just count the symbols beside each name and multiply by ten.
Books Read by Silver City Book Club Members
26. Who read the most books? *
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27. How many books did Dawn read? *
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28. Mark read more books than Dawn did. How many more? *
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29. Who read the fewest books? *
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30. How many books did Amy read? *
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