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posted by Agala

1.
What purpose for reading do the stage directions suggest to readers?
(1 point)
• to learn about a subject
• to be inspired
• to be entertained
• to gain understanding***


A Surprising Point of View
A Television Play in Two Acts

Characters
(in order of appearance)

1 JASON: a boy of about 13. He is a student in Ms. Smith's English class. He regularly misbehaves in order to get attention, and he doesn't apply himself to his schoolwork.


2 THE CLASS: 25 seventh-graders, male and female, also in Ms. Smith's class.


3 MS. SMITH: a woman about 45 years of age. She is a well-respected, experienced middle-school English teacher.


Act One


Fade In.


Interior of classroom—Full Shot


4[Ms. Smith's English class at a large middle school. The hallway can be seen through the open classroom door. ]


5[As the action begins, students are seated in their desks, but their attention is on Jason, who is entering the classroom a little late and intentionally trips over a stack of books by one student's desk. The class laughs. Jason grins broadly.]


Angle on Ms. Smith


6 MS. SMITH: [cautioning in a patient voice and casting a disapproving look toward Jason] Jason, come here right now.


7 [Ms. Smith moves to the hallway just outside of the classroom.]


8 [Jason moves to the hallway just outside of the classroom and faces Ms. Smith. He begins to look more serious as he approaches her. Seeing a warning look from Ms. Smith, the other students look down at their desks and get busy with schoolwork.]


Interior of hallway—Full Shot


9 JASON: [with a meek smile] Sorry about that, Ms. Smith.


10 MS. SMITH: [glossing over his misbehavior and adopting a serious tone as she hands Jason a piece of paper] Yes, OK. So, tell me your plan for the project. Have you consulted this project list yet? You really need to quit putting this off. You're the only one without approval on your project idea, and the project is due in two weeks.


11[Jason scans the project list.]


12 JASON: [uncomfortable and groping for a response] Umm … I guess I'll do the video.


13 MS. SMITH: [pressing for more information, using a controlled voice] What kind of video did you have in mind?


14[Jason stands there, shifting from foot to foot uneasily.]


15 JASON: [vague and hesitant] I guess I could reenact a scene from the novel I read, The Call of the Wild.


Angle on Ms. Smith


16 MS. SMITH: [somewhat stern] Could you be a bit more specific? Which scene do you plan to use?


Angle on Jason


17 JASON: [stammering] I think I should look at the book again to be sure which part is best.


Angle on Ms. Smith


18 MS. SMITH: [explaining tolerantly] Yes, Jason, I think perhaps you should do precisely that. Don't forget, this project counts as a test grade. I don't have to remind you that if you want to avoid going to summer school, you need to bring up your grades to make up for your lackluster performance last semester.


Angle on Jason


19 JASON: [humbly, turning to enter the classroom] Yes, ma'am.


Fade Out.


Act Two


Fade In.


Interior of classroom—Full Shot


20[Ms. Smith's English class, two weeks later. The desks have been arranged into a semicircle to allow presentations in the center. A large television has been positioned on Ms. Smith's desk in the front center of the room.]


21[As the act begins, nervous energy is pumping through the students as the last presentation, Jason's, is about to be made. The students eye Jason expectantly as he takes his place front and center. Ms. Smith is positioned on a high-legged chair at the back center of the room, ready to score the presentation.]


22 MS. SMITH: [giving Jason a hopeful smile] You may begin, Jason.


Angle on Jason


23 JASON: [facing the class and speaking knowledgeably, as though well-prepared] My project is about the main character from The Call of the Wild. Since Ms. Smith is always talking about the elements of fiction, I figured I'd focus on Buck's point of view.


Angle on Ms. Smith


24[Ms. Smith, writing on a score sheet, looks up, surprised, when she hears her name and Jason's mention of point of view.]


Angle on Jason


25 JASON: [continuing confidently] Now, for those of you thinking a dog can't have a viewpoint on things, I remind you that pets let us know their feelings. They sense things and react—like we do, I guess. So I figured I'd show Buck's reaction to being stolen from his home—“doggie-napped” is what I call it—and I'll show what it was like, from Buck's point of view, for him to be taught the "law of club and fang."


26[Camera pans faces of students in class. They look intently at the television on Ms. Smith's desk as Jason shows the video of his The Call of the Wild presentation. As the video ends, the class erupts into enthusiastic applause.]


Angle on Ms. Smith


27 MS. SMITH: [smiling broadly with approval] Well, Jason, I'd say you've done an excellent and very creative job of meeting the project requirements. By holding a camera low to the ground and moving with quick, darting motions like a dog in captivity, you have effectively portrayed Chapter I from Buck's point of view.


Full Shot


28[A bell rings, and Ms. Smith dismisses the class. The students quickly grab their things and exit the classroom, but Ms. Smith asks Jason to remain behind.]


Angle on Ms. Smith


29 MS. SMITH: [with a twinkle in her eye] Now, Jason, you know what this successful presentation means, don't you?


Angle on Jason


30 JASON: [eyes searching Ms. Smith's face] Umm … you know I can do my work from now on?


Angle on Ms. Smith


31 MS. SMITH: [with a slight smile] No, I always knew you could do the work. Now you know you can do the work.


Angle on Jason


32 JASON: [smiling and speaking with an air of confidence] Thanks, Ms. Smith.


33 [Jason grabs his backpack and heads out the door.]


Fade Out.
Use the excerpt to answer the question.
2.
If you were adjusting your reading rate to suit your purpose, how would you read lines 31–32 from A Surprising Point of View?
(1 point)
• slowly and carefully
• quickly, to pass over unimportant information
• quickly, to create the feeling of conversation****
• slowly, to look for clues to the message

Use the excerpt to answer the question.
3.
What lines of dialogue introduce the play’s main conflict?
(1 point)
• … You're the only one without approval on your project idea, and the project is due in two weeks.****
• Umm … I guess I'll do the video. I guess I could reenact a scene from the novel I read, The Call of the Wild.
• Jason, who is entering the classroom a little late and intentionally trips over a stack of books … class laughs.
• Could you be a bit more specific? Which scene do you plan to use?
4.
Use the excerpt to answer the questions.

What conclusion can you draw about Jason from the dialogue in line 10 in A Surprising Point of View?
(1 point)
• Jason is embarrassed about his project topic.
• Jason is frustrated with the assignment.
• Jason is not prepared for the assignment.****
• Jason is frustrated with Ms. Smith.
5.
Which detail from the play best supports the conclusion you drew in the previous question?
(1 point)
• Jason intentionally trips over a stack of books and grins.
• Ms. Smith tells Jason she knew he could always do his work.
• Ms. Smith warns Jason that he will have to attend summer school.***
• The students look nervously at Jason before his presentation.
Use the excerpt to answer the questions.
6.
During his presentation, Jason is
(1 point)
• confident*****
• shy
• silly
• aggressive
7.
What conclusion can you draw about Jason based on the answer to the previous question?
(1 point)
• Jason feels prepared for his presentation.****
• Jason is embarrassed about his presentation.
• Jason is embarrassed about his presentation.
• Jason is anxious about his presentation.


Selection 1
There’s good news and bad news about grizzly bears in the American West. The good news? Their numbers have been increasing in recent years. In 1975, grizzlies made the threatened-species list under the federal Endangered Species Act. The bad news? Some politicians want to abandon federal protection for the bears. Powerful energy corporations want to invade bear habitats to look for oil and gas. Developers want to build houses and shopping malls in bear territory. The bears are also losing their natural food source. Disease is killing the Whitebark Pines that grizzlies eat. If you care about these great bears, please help us save them.

Selection 2
Grizzly bears are no pushovers. The food sources and habitats for the grizzly bears are drastically vanishing, which is causing a problem for not just the bears. From Wyoming to Washington, the overcrowding of grizzly bears is causing the species to move closer to more abundant food sources and into human habitats. Because of the increased risk to humans and the bear species, bears should be caught and placed in captivity until the bear population reaches a safer number.
Use the excerpt to answer the question.

9.
Which statement from Selection 1 best captures the author’s point of view?
(1 point)
• In 1975, grizzlies made the threatened-species list under the federal Endangered Species Act.
• Some politicians want to abandon federal protection for the bears.
• The bears are also losing their natural food source.
• If you care about these great bears, please help us save them.***

Use the excerpt to answer the questions.
10.
The authors of Selection 1 and Selection 2 both
(1 point)
• think bears are harmful to society.
• believe that bears should be protected in captivity.
• believe that people are harmful to bears.
• want to help the bears.****
11.
Which detail from Selection 2 best supports the author’s point of view in the previous question?
(1 point)
• … bears should be caught and placed in captivity until the bear population reaches a safer number.****
• … the overcrowding of grizzly bears is causing the species to move closer to more abundant food sources and into human habitats.
• The food sources and habitats for the grizzly bears are drastically vanishing …
• Grizzly bears are no pushovers.

Use the excerpt to answer the question.
12.
How does the author of Selection 1 express his or her point of view differently than the author of Selection 2?
(1 point)
• The author of Selection 1 agrees with abandoning federal protection of grizzly bears.
• The author of Selection 1 believes that the increase in grizzly bear population is a threat to humans.
• The author of Selection 1 believes that people should save the grizzly bear’s natural habitat.*****
• The author of Selection 1 thinks development and energy corporations should be banned in order to save the grizzly population.
13.
Complete the sentence with the word that has the most positive connotation.

She was wrong, but too_____ to admit it.
(1 point)
• bullheaded
• headstrong
• hardheaded
• determined*****
14.
What is the preposition in this sentence?

The bird flew directly over our heads.
(1 point)
• flew
• over****
• heads
• our
15.
What is the prepositional phrase in the sentence?

The dogs were near the door.
(1 point)
• the dogs
• the door
• near the door***
• The dogs were near
16.
What is the appositive in this sentence?

My best friend, Michelle, is very loyal and kind.
(1 point)
• my best friend
• friend
• Michelle***
• loyal and kind
17.
What is the appositive in this sentence?


The president, an elected official of the United States, serves a four-year term.
(1 point)
• The president
• The president, an elected official
• an elected official
• an elected official of the United States****
18.
Read the two sentences.

Tiny Tim was destitute. His clothing was in tatters.

Which sentence combines the two sentences using a past participle?
(1 point)
• Tiny Tim's tattered clothing showed he was destitute.
• Tiny Tim was destitute, and his clothing was in tatters.
• Tiny Tim's clothing was in tatters because he was destitute.****
• Because he was destitute, Tiny Tim's clothing was in tatters.

  1. Ms. Sue

    13. d - no
    14. b - yes
    15. c - yes
    16. c - yes
    17. d - yes
    18. c - no

  2. Agala

    Yeah, I Changed C to A a Little While Ago and Is 13 C?

  3. Ms. Sue

    Yes, 13 c is better.

  4. Agala

    Can Anyone Help Me With The Rest Of Them?

  5. Darrel

    karma gon come to ms sue lemme tell ya somethin i hope ya karma bad asf.
    REAL LEGIT ACTUALLY WILL GET YOU AN A ANSWERS ARE
    1.D
    2.C
    3.C
    4.C
    5.C
    6.A
    7.A
    8.(write your own)
    9.D
    10.B
    11.C
    12.D
    13.D
    14.B
    15.D
    16.A
    17.A
    18.A

    those are all correct i would have gotten an A if a douche bag didn't give the wrong answers so thanks. hope i help someone out though.

  6. to darrel

    you don't get a A you get a 7/17 thank you dumbass

  7. HALA

    Really a 7/17?!

  8. Shumpie

    Here are the actual correct answers (I just took it and I can see the answers)

    1.D
    2.C
    3.B
    4.D
    5.D
    6.A
    7.B
    8.(OWN ANSWER, I USED LINE 21)
    9.D
    10.D
    11.B
    12.C
    13.C
    14.B
    15.C
    16.C
    17.C
    18.C

    I swear these are the actual answers, if I took a screen shot of my score you would see (100%).

  9. jaron

    both of you R wrong, I got 9/17 from (daral) thanks!

  10. MD

    1)D
    2)A
    3)C
    4)A
    5)A
    6)A
    7)A
    8)Stage direction is an indication of movement, position or tone of an actor/actress, or the sound effects and lightning in a play. An example of a stage direction from a surprising point of view is when two actors are instructed to do or say something that will make a certain part of the play more dramatic.
    A Surprising Point of View helped my understanding of stage direction because it provided plenty of examples of it. many of the lines that was in the brackets were different types of stage direction, including tone and movement.
    9)C
    10)B
    11)B
    12)C
    13)D
    14)B
    15)C
    16)C
    17)A
    18)C
    Current answers in 2017 I hope you get everything right. Signed MD

  11. lil miss

    you are wrong that gave me a 9/17 learn your answers before posting them we should work together

  12. Anonymous

    WHAT ARE THE ANSWERS

  13. Kiersten

    How about the people that got it wrong post their right answers instead of screaming they go something wrong

  14. Kiersten

    what are the right answers

  15. FOR REAL

    I literally have the test screen. I tried Shumpie's answers and I got a 10/17 ;-;. But I really have the answers in front of me guys its...
    D
    C
    C
    C
    D
    A
    A
    A
    (answer yourself lol)
    C
    D
    B
    C
    D
    C
    B
    C
    C
    D
    C
    Hope you guys believe me.

  16. LOL

    FOR REAL IS 18/18 100%

  17. Kiersten

    THE RIGHT ANSWERS

    1. d
    2.a
    3.c
    4.c
    5.d
    6.a
    7.a
    8.What ever you want
    9.c
    10.d
    11. c
    12.a
    13.c
    14. b
    15. d
    16.c
    17.a
    18.b

  18. sally

    i hate u so much Kiersten u made me get a 6/17 u fool

  19. sally

    6/18

  20. hi

    what are the answers

  21. hi

    sally, could you tell me the answers please!!
    I'm begging you

  22. There are different tests that everyone has

  23. Anonymous

    dick head

  24. Anonymous

    dick head

  25. Anonymous

    dick head

  26. Hankdatank25

    The people that got the bad grades can you please tell us the answers

  27. GlennDeservesBetter

    I took it and if you need help the answers are;
    1.D
    2.C
    3.C
    4.A
    5.A
    6.A
    7.A
    8. (WRITE YOUR OWN)
    9.C
    10.B
    11.C
    12.D
    13.D
    14.C
    15.C
    16.A
    17.C
    18.A
    (THEY SHOULD BE RIGHT! I HOPE THIS HELPS! ALSO SORRY FOR BEING LATE!)

  28. Megan

    I am doing the test now I will post my CORRECT answers when I am done

  29. foxy the pirate fox

    the real answers are
    1.d!
    2.b!
    3.b!
    4.c!
    5.c!
    6.a!
    7.a!
    8 you suck if you think im answering 8 for u!
    9.c!
    10.b!
    11.a!
    12.d!
    13.c!
    14.c!
    15.c!
    16.a!
    17.c!
    18.a!!!!!!
    if these answers are wrong than connexus is a fu**ing a$$hole and changes them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!! and the previous guy gets you a 11/17.

  30. the_koreannnn

    The dude above is wrong! I got a 12/17! The real answer for the Unit Test are
    1. d
    2. b
    3. c
    4. c
    5. c
    6. a
    7. a
    8. (answer on your own)
    9. c
    10. b
    11. a
    12. c
    13. c
    14. b
    15. c
    16. c
    17. d
    18. c
    ------- These are all 100%

  31. WTH

    SERIOUSLY THO...WHO'S RIGHT????

  32. Alyssa

    Okay but seriously, I'm not a liar, These are the correct answers for the Unit Test in ELA Grade 7.
    1. C
    2. C
    3. C
    4. C
    5. A
    6. A
    7. A
    8. (Answer your own, you will get in trouble for plagiarism)
    9. D
    10. B
    11. C
    12. A
    13. D
    14. B
    15. C
    16. C
    17. D
    18. A
    100% Trust me, these are they answers.

  33. Anonymous

    You know what this is stupid, I cant believe all of you. Your wasting your time. Cheating is never the right answer...You should be ashamed of your selves. You cant just cheat. Most of you probably spent the entire school year using this site. Your never going to learn anything by cheating. The person who even started this you spent through all of this time writing the story. You could have been done with the story. And when you go back to a normal school jiskha isnt going to help you. Jiskha isnt going to sit here though college. So ask your self why waist your time.Just do the work. And if your behind ask someone to help dont go online posting the questions..If you keep on asking someone your question then your stupid that means you dont know how to do anything. So stop this retarded ness and do your own work! And this is the right answer.

  34. Anonymous

    Also Im reporting this to the school^^

  35. Anonymous

    And telling our language arts teacher!

  36. Anonymous

    ah yes i lets see idc cuss me out all you want but at the end of the day your going to suffer the most dumb@$$

  37. Anonymous

    I wasnt even going to tell but now Im definitely you endangered your own fate have a wonderful day!!

  38. Giraffe

    Is alyssa right plz help!!!!!!!!!

  39. Anonymous_potato

    1. What purpose for reading do the stage directions suggest to readers? C.

    2.
    If you were adjusting your reading rate to suit your purpose, how would you read lines 29–30 from A Surprising Point of View?
    (1 point) A.

    3.
    What lines of dialogue introduce the play’s main conflict?
    (1 point) B.


    4.
    Use the excerpt to answer the questions.

    What conclusion can you draw about Jason from the dialogue in line 10 in A Surprising Point of View? C.

    5.
    Which detail from the play best supports the conclusion you drew in the previous question? C.

    6.
    During his presentation, Jason is. A.


    7.
    What conclusion can you draw about Jason based on the answer to the previous question?
    (1 point) A.



    9.
    Which statement from Selection 1 best captures the author’s point of view?
    (1 point) D.


    Use the excerpt to answer the questions.
    10.
    The authors of Selection 1 and Selection 2 both
    (1 point) D.

    11.
    Which detail from Selection 2 best supports the author’s point of view in the previous question?
    (1 point) B.


    Use the excerpt to answer the question.
    12.
    How does the author of Selection 1 express his or her point of view differently than the author of Selection 2?
    (1 point) D.

    13.
    Complete the sentence with the word that has the most positive connotation.

    She was wrong, but too_____ to admit it.
    (1 point) D.

    14.
    What is the preposition in this sentence?

    The bird flew directly over our heads.
    (1 point) C.

    15.
    What is the prepositional phrase in the sentence?

    The dogs were near the door.
    (1 point) D.

    16.
    What is the appositive in this sentence?

    My best friend, Michelle, is very loyal and kind.
    (1 point) A.

    17.
    What is the appositive in this sentence?


    The president, an elected official of the United States, serves a four-year term.
    (1 point) C.

    18.
    Read the two sentences.

    Tiny Tim was destitute. His clothing was in tatters.

    Which sentence combines the two sentences using a past participle?
    (1 point) A.



    Answers for Connections students on Lesson 18 Unit 3 Closed Book

  40. foxy the pirate fox

    annonimous has a point but he/she does not have to be so mean about it wear not his/her concern so leave them alone. oh and stop cheating with this test do it your self the questins are obviously changing so do it yourself.

  41. foxy the pirate fox

    I mean you guys are idiots to not see how conexus is clearly changing the answers.

  42. boiiiiiii

    oh snap

  43. Sally

    connects changed the answers you idiots. lol. just do it yourself as i am, now.

  44. girlx

    no-lol

  45. Star Lord

    Ok guys these are the actual answers for the 2017 end of the year test

    C
    A
    D
    A
    A
    A
    do it your self
    C
    B
    D
    D
    C
    B
    C
    C
    D
    B

    but i warn you this will not be 100% if you use these for the questions up there some of them were changed.
    connections academy changes the answers though so still try thinking and doing it your self :D
    connection academy

  46. anna sweet

    OMG Star lord is right don't use these answers for the one up there. but other wise i got 100%

  47. anna sweet

    omg he was just on here XD

  48. tweet tweet

    THX @StarLord !

  49. FU

    FU ALL YOU GOT ME A F*CKING 5/17 I BET STAR LORD LIED THEN POSTED MORE ANSWERS AS DIFFERENT NAMES TO MAKE IT SEEM LIKE HE WAS CORRECT I GOT A FAIL AND LOST MY F*CKING VIDEO GAMES FOR A MONTH YOU F*CKING AS*HOLES YOU ALL SUCK AND I HATE YOU ALL MUTHERF*CKERS

  50. I JUST TOOK IT I AM GUY ABOVE

    1.D
    2.A
    3.C
    4.C
    5.C
    6.A
    7.A
    8 Essay so i cant post
    9.D
    10.B
    11.A
    12.A
    13.D
    14.B
    15.D
    16.C
    17.D
    18.C
    These are correct answers for Lesson 18 Unit 3 that i took on 6/5/2017 Today And i am not coming back on to be different people like star lord did. Bye Theres your answers

  51. Star Lord

    well @FU don't you think if you would have done the test mostly yourself like i said you would still have your "video games" I had all the right answer its just that CCA changes their questions so people don't cheat. so next time INSTEAD OF BLAMING ALL THE PEOLE AROUND YOU DO YOUR TEST. cuz thats just the reward of cheating - SL

    and i didn't change my name, or what ever you where talking about ?

  52. Star Lord

    why would i change my name ? how do you even do that ?

  53. Star Lord

    DORK JUST UNDER STAND THAT ALL THE TEST HAVE DIFFERENT ANSWERS !!!!

  54. Star Lord

    everyone don't trust the answers they are all different do the test your self at least that way you could say you did your self :)


    unlike MR FU up here XD

  55. Bon

    If u are doing conxus
    D
    C
    B
    C
    A
    A
    A
    C
    D
    C
    C
    D
    B
    D
    C
    A
    A

  56. Jaja

    Sweet 100%

  57. Bethany

    I can't give you any proof that these are right, and I don't blame you if you don't trust me, but I just took the test. I just wrote the questions and answers out in case they change the order of them again. These are the correct answers for the questions...

    *"Q" means question "A" means answer, A is not the answer to all of the questions*

    1. Q: What purpose might you set for reading the list of characters in A Surprising point of View?
    A: To gain understanding

    2. Q: If you were adjusting your reading rate to suit your purpose, how would you read lines 31-32 from A Surprising Point of View?
    A: Quickly, to create the feeling of conversation

    3. Q: What line of dialogue introduces the play's main conflict?
    A: line 10

    4. Q: What conclusion can you draw about Jason from the dialogue in line 10 in A Surprising Point of View?
    A: Jason procrastinates doing his schoolwork.

    5. Q: Which detail from the play best supports the conclusion you drew in the previous question?
    A: Jason is known to attract attention and not apply himself to his schoolwork.

    6. Q: During his presentation, Jason is
    A: confident

    7. Q: What conclusion can you draw about Jason based on the answer to the previous question?
    A: Jason feels prepared for his presentation

    8. *I can't give the answer for this one out, it might get both of us in trouble. Just give the definition of stage directions, put in a direction from the script, explain that direction and how it helps you understand the scene better, and you're good to go.*

    9. Q: Which of the following best expresses the author's point of view in selection 1?
    A: The author believes the public should help save the grizzly bear population by not destroying their natural habitat.

    10. Q: The authors of selection 1 and selection 2 both
    A: want to help the grizzly bears.

    11. Q: Which detail from selection 2 best supports the author's point of view in the previous question?
    A: ...bears should be caught and placed in captivity until the bear population reaches a safer number.

    12. Q: How do the authors of each selection distinguish his or her point of view?
    A: The author of selection 1 thinks that people should try to save grizzly bears and the author of selection 2 believes that the rise in grizzly and human populations are causing an issue for both species.

    13. Q: Complete the sentence with the word that has the most positive connotation - She was wrong, but too ____ to admit it.
    A: determined

    14. Q: What is the preposition in this sentence? - The bird flew directly over our heads.
    A: The bird flew directly over our heads.

    15. Q: What is the prepositional phrase in the sentence? - The family drove to the store.
    A: to the store

    16. Q: What is the appositive in this sentence? - One of the richest men in the world, Bill Gates, started Microsoft.
    A: Bill Gates

    17. Q: What is the appositive in this sentence? - The president, an elected official of the United States, serves a four-year term.
    A: an elected official of the United States

    18. Q: Read the two sentences. - Tiny Tim was destitute. His clothing was in tatters. - Which sentence combines the two sentences using a past participle?
    A: Tiny Tim's tattered clothing showed he was destitute

    I can promise you that if you have these questions and you give these answers that you WILL get a 100% score on your test. If you listen to the others then you have a chance of getting a low score and ruining your grade.

  58. Some Guy

    I am going to see if bethany is correct. oh and btw i usually go by the name of Correct Answer Guy.



    Ok so i just finished the test and most of them are correct. I got some wrong but it isn't bad, and i also got some intentionally wrong so i wouldn't be suspicious. so bethany is somewhat correct.

  59. Bethany

    Okay, sorry about that. It may be a different test, those were just the correct answers for mine.

  60. Star Lord

    DO IT UR SELF UNLESS YOU WANT TO FAIL

  61. MeMe Doge

    Someones salty
    Also Free story :D
    Yee
    Idk answers lol

  62. sherry

    Thank MD i got a 7 out of 17, why are you giving out fake answers???????

  63. Umm

    What are the answers

  64. I got this

    my answers from the test are
    1.) D
    2.) B
    3.) C
    4.) D
    5.) C
    6.) A
    7.) A
    8.) Writing part
    9.) C
    10.) B
    11.) C
    12.) A
    13.) C
    14.) B
    15.) C
    16.) C
    17.) A
    18.) C


    2018

  65. The Guy With Some of the Answers

    I am going to check if bethany is right. Ill be back with the answers. By the way, most of the answers here are not the real answers, so do NOT NOT NOT use them.

  66. The Guy With Some of the Answers

    I am going to check if Bethany is right. Ill be back with the answers. By the way, most of the answers here are not the real answers, so do NOT NOT NOT use them.



    So i took the test, and I got 15/17, so you are good if you use the answers Bethany gives. [teachers don't get suspicious if you get lees than 90}

  67. Excalibur!!

    Some of Bethany's answers and questions are out dated but if you can answer those questions without having to look at her's i was able to get a 15/17 so :D ill post answers in a sec

  68. Excalibur!!

    D
    B
    C
    D
    D
    A
    A
    Answer your self
    D
    B
    A
    C
    C
    B
    C
    A
    A
    A

    Anyone's i missed originally i have fixed here so these should all be correct!
    Thanks guys

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