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a conclusion is a decision you reach after thinking about facts and details you read.
you can also use what you already know to help draw a conclusion.
you should always ask yourself,"does my conclusion make sense?"
directions read the following passage. then answer the questions.
We are moving back to the city soon, and I can't wait! I like the crowds and the noise in a city. I like walking to the library after school or getting on a bus to visit a museum. In the city, people sit and visit in front of their homes or in the parks. You can walk from place to place instead of driving in your car.
We moved to our house in the suburbs a few years ago. It's a little too quiet here. I do like having a backyard and a place to ride my bike,but i miss the city streets. The trees and green lawns are nice, but they get a little bit boring for a city mouse like me.
1- what is a conclusion you can draw about how the author feels about moving to the city?
my son write- I would say he would be excited.
2-write two details that support your conclusion.
my son write- I like the crowds and the noise in a city.
3- Reread the second paragraph. Draw a conclusion about how the author feels about living in the suburbs.
my son write- I think he felt bored in the suburbs.
4- write two details that support your conclusion.
my son write- I do like having a backyark and a place to ride a bike,but i miss the city streets.
check this is right or not thank you
3 grade english ms sue -
Excellent. For number 4, it could add that it was too quiet in the suburbs.