3 grade english ms sue

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draw conclusions

when you draw a conclusion,you reach a decision or opinion that makes sense based on facts and details.

you can also use what you already know to draw a conclusion.

directions read the following passage. then answer the questions below.

you can eat a bagel for breakfast or have a bagel sandwich for lunch. you can eat a bagel plain,toasted,or seasoned. you might wonder how and when the bagel was invented. some say that a baker invented the bagel in 1683 for the king of poland. the king had just won a battle. the baker made dough into the shape of the king's stirrup. no one knows exactly what the first bagel tasted like,but we do know that bagels are here to stay.

1-why might people want to know when and how bagels were invented?

my son write- they might want to know and when because they must be interested in bagels. they must want to know when and where.

2-how do you think the baker felt about the king's victory? how do you know?

my son write- i think he felt really happy because it might had been very lucky.

3-what does the passage suggest about the popularity of bagels?

my son write- the passage suggest about the popularity of bagels because in it says in the text. no on e knows exactly what the first bagel tasted like,but we do know that bagels are here to stay.

4-what would be a good conclusion to draw about bagels?

my son write- you can eat a bagel for breakfast or have a bagel sandwich for lunch.

i don't this time my son right or not and i need help in here if something is wrong so please tell me that correct answer thank you

  • 3 grade english ms sue -

    I think he has 3 and 4 mixed up.

    3. The popularity of bagels is shown because people eat them for breakfast and lunch.

    4. A good conclusion is that bagels are here to stay.

    The other answers are right.

  • 3 grade english ms sue -

    thank you very much

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    You're very welcome.

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