SRA Record: Chinatown Sunday
Week 6 Story 1
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How well did you read?
Write T if the statement is true according to the story. Write F if the state- ment is false.
1. Lilliann Derr differed from most Americans in that she had two names-one American, one Chinese. *
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2. In the story Lilliann seemed to be influenced more by her Chinese her- itage than by her American setting. *
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3. During the Chinese New Year parade, people set out lettuce for the Chinese gods to make them happy. *
1 point
4. During the parade, everyone stood in the streets to watch the lion dance. *
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5. The Chinese New Year is important because it is the time of year to make plans for the future. *
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6. In paragraph 12, Lilliann's third plan for the New Year could easily have been "to become less forgetful." *
1 point
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. type of tall, climbing bush (2) *
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8. table of the days of the year (6) *
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9. paper tubes, with an explosive inside, that go off and make noise when they are lit (7) *
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10. set of clothes that are supposed to be characteristic of some- thing special (8) *
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11. a garden plant with green leaves that are used for salad (8) *
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B: 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 in heavy type is used in the paragraph. Decide whether it has meaning 1 or 2.
The word band is an example.
The band will play a march.
The hat had a wide band around it.
12. kids (1) *
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13. hard (1) *
1 point
14. runs (3) *
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C Chris ran to the car.
The word ran is a verb. It tells what Chris did. Words that tell what someone or something did are generally verbs. Look at the group of words below. Then read the sentences. Write the verb that completes each sentence best.
15. The police officer _ the thief. *
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16. We _ until dawn. *
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17. Please _ the pail with water. *
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18. The dog _ a hole in the yard. *
1 point
19. Let's _ by the river tonight. *
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20. Why don't you _ the cat? *
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D: Shirley seems angry. / That book is mine. / Jane became president.
The verbs in the sentences above are called linking verbs. Linking verbs do not express actions; they express states of being. They link the subject of a sentence with a noun, pronoun, or adjective that describes or identifies that subject. Some common linking verbs are these: to be, to become, to look, to seem, to sound, and to taste.

Read the sentences below. If a sentence contains a linking verb, write that verb. If it does not, write No.

21. Janet is pretty. *
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22. I went to the library. *
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23. Martha looks worried. *
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24. She sounds happy. *
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25. Please come to see me. *
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E: Present tense: I walk. I buy. / Past tense: . I walked. I bought.
To form the past tense of many verbs, we simply add the ending ed. Thus walk becomes walked. But some verbs have irregular past tenses - for example, the past tense of buy is bought. There are two verbs in the past tense in in each sentence below. Write the one that is irregular.
26. I jumped into the pond and swam away. *
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27. I sat down and finished my meal. *
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28. I told her he finished the race. *
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29. The lock gave when he pushed the door hard. *
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30. She guarded the cow that she took to the fair. *
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