SRA Record: The Great Minu
Week 7 Story 1
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ชื่อ - สกุล *
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คณะ *
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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. Many different languages are spoken in Africa. Why is this fact important in under standing the story? *
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2. Why d id the farmer go to Accra? *
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3. What did the farmer think about "Mr. Minu"? *
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4. How have the farmer's feelings changed by the end of the story? *
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5. Which of the following ideas was most important to the ending of the story? *
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6. What lesson did the farmer draw from the things he had seen and heard? *
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7. What d id the people of Accra'mean when they said "minu"? *
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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.trip (1) *
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9. came near (3) *
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10. speech, spoken or written (4) *
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11. encircled; enclosed on all sides (8) *
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12. amazed; very surprised (10) *
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13. load of goods; freight (14) *
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14. burial box for a dead person (17) *
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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. great (3) *
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16. fine (6) *
1 point
17. columns (11) *
1 point
C : Many nouns end in ant and age. Often ant means "one who," and age means "result of." Read each word and the incomplete definition of it. Write the word that completes the definition.
Example:
serve + ant = servant (one who serves)
break + age = breakage (result of breaking)
18. spoilage: result of ___ *
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19. attendant: one who _ *
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20. defendant: one who _ *
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21. coverage: result of_ *
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22. assistant: one who_ *
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D: Each of the sentences above has a subject and a predicate. Read the sentences below and notice the words in parenthesis. If those words are the subject of the sentence, write S. If they are the predicate, write P.
The small boat / swayed in the wind.
(Subject) (Predicate)

The baby / cried all night.
(Subject) (Pred icate)

Diane and Ann / walked to the park.
(Subject) (Predicate)

23. (The basket) is in the car. *
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24. The camel (ran through the desert). *
1 point
25. The food (is on the table). *
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26. (A giraffe) has a long neck. *
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27. The noise (awakened me). *
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28. (My teacher) left the room. *
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29. The queen (lives in the palace). *
1 point
30. We (climbed the mountain). *
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