SRA Record: Sounds of Moonlight
Week 6 Story 3
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How well did you read?
Write the letter of the phrase that completes each sentence best.
1. Why did Beethoven knock at the door of the cottage? *
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2. Why was the girl upset? *
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3. Who was the least important person in the story? *
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4. What did the story tell about Beetho- ven's character? *
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5. If the story is true, what importance did the girl have in Beethoven's life? *
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6. Why was the story called Sounds of Moonlight? *
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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.
7. uneasy and self-conscious (9) *
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8. musical performance (9) *
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9. person with skill in music (10) *
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10. quickly; all at once (12) *
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11. ability to remember (12) *
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12. window hangings; draperies (14) *
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13. great effort (16) *
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B: A word may have more than one meaning. Its meaning depends on the way it is used. The word band is an example. The band will play a march. The hat had a wide band around it. Look at each number in parentheses. Find the paragraph in the story with the same number. See how the word in heavy type below is used in the paragraph. Decide whether it has meaning a or b. Write a or b.
14. hearing (1) *
1 point
15. playing (12) *
1 point
16. note (12) *
1 point
C : (Large) cats have (big) paws.
Words that have the same or almost the same meaning are called synonyms. Large is a synonym of big. Read each sentence and the words below it. Write the word that has the same meaning as the word in parenthesis.
17. My sister is very (slim). *
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18. This pot is too (hot) to handle. *
1 point
19. The dog is (harmless). *
1 point
20. My brother is a (powerful) man. *
1 point
21. The grass was moist with the morning dew. *
1 point
22. Please (mix) the butter, milk, and flour. *
1 point
23. The growling dog (frightened) the child. *
1 point
D: Pups are little dogs, not big ones.
Words with opposite meanings are called antonyms. Uttle is an antonym of big. Read each sentence and the words below it. Write the word that means the opposite of the word in parenthesis.
24. Jim's room is very (messy). *
1 point
25. That bunny is (fat). *
1 point
26. I (found) the gloves on the table. *
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27. The (top) of the chest is dusty. *
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28. The pillows are very (hard). *
1 point
29. It was (noisy) in that big class. *
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30. I think that your answer is (correct). *
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