1.
Read the definition. Then match it to the correct plot element.

the high point, or turning point, in the action of the plot
(1 point)
• rising action
• climax
• falling action
• resolution

1    Chris and Taylor have been neighbors for years. During the summer, they enjoy biking on the trails in town. Chris always has to remind Taylor to wear his helmet or else Taylor forgets. Every time that happens, Chris makes a joke about it and says that because he is older, it is his duty to remember. He adds that having red hair and freckles helps his memory.

2    One afternoon Taylor suggested that they ride their bikes into town for lunch at the diner. Because Taylor had been saving his money, he offered to pay for the meal. When Chris asked how he earned the money, Taylor replied, “I mow the lawn and take out the trash.” Suddenly Chris seemed upset. His face turned bright red, and he quickly pedaled home.

3    The next day, Taylor was playing basketball in his driveway when Chris rode up on his bike. Taylor wiped the sweat from his sunburned face and slicked back his brown hair. He smiled at Chris, who smiled back and said, “I’m sorry for getting angry yesterday.” He explained that he got mad because he helps watch his younger sister and feeds the family dog but does not get paid.

4    The two friends shook hands and happily played basketball for the rest of the afternoon. Chris made his usual jokes about things, and Taylor kept forgetting the score of the game—things were back to normal.
Use the selection to answer the question.
2.
Which excerpt contains the story’s climax?
(1 point)
• One afternoon Taylor suggested that they ride their bikes into town for lunch at the diner. Because Taylor had been saving his money, he offered to pay for the meal.
• When Chris asked how he earned the money, Taylor replied, “I mow the lawn and take out the trash.” Suddenly Chris seemed upset. His face turned bright red, and he quickly pedaled home.
• He smiled at Chris, who smiled back and said, “I’m sorry for getting angry yesterday.” He explained that he got mad because he helps watch his younger sister and feeds the family dog but does not get paid.
• Chris made his usual jokes about things, and Taylor kept forgetting the score of the game—things were back to normal.

Use the selection to answer the question.
3.
Which best describes the point of view of this selection?
(1 point)
• It is told from the first-person point of view.
• It is told from the third-person point of view.
• It is told by a narrator who is a character in the story.
• It is told by multiple narrators who are characters in the story.

Anna’s Secret Wish

by Joan Lowery Nixon and Eileen Nixon McGowan

Bright ribbons of color danced and swirled in Anna's mind. She imagined the intense sky blue of morning spiraled with fire-hot red-orange, the way it looked before the sun rose in her Haitian homeland.

Anna opened her eyes and sighed as she stared at the lifeless black outlines of fruit against her white sketch pad.

"Boring," she thought.

Her shoulders slumped while she crossed her arms and adjusted her weight on the stool. Anna flicked specks of charcoal from her jeans, leaving small black streaks.

"Anna," Mrs. Moreno said, as she stood behind Anna, "please focus on your work. There isn't much class time left."

Mrs. Moreno took a step back and tilted her head slightly as she analyzed Anna's drawing. "Your perspective shows improvement," she said.

Anna mumbled, "Thank you," and picked up her charcoal stick to continue sketching. She glanced at the real fruit, then looked at her drawing. The fruit she had drawn was almost exactly the same shape and size as the real fruit.
Mrs. Moreno is right. My perspective has improved, Anna thought. She brushed a strand of hair from her face, forgetting that her hands had charcoal dust on them. She had probably left a smudge on her face, but she didn't care.

Anna glanced around, noting what some of the other students had drawn. A few of the sketches surely would get A's from Mrs. Moreno. Using only the gray-black charcoal stick, some students had been able to show how the overhead lighting highlighted certain areas of the fruit.

The jarring jangle of the class bell startled Anna. "This class doesn't seem to take a whole hour," she said to her friend, Olivia.

"No kidding." Olivia laughed as she collected her books. She stopped and took a close look at Anna. "What's that?" she asked, as she pointed to Anna's forehead.

Anna smiled and wiped away the smudge. "Occupational hazard."

"I'll be glad when we're drawing something besides fruit," Olivia said.

"Yeah. Still life gets old fast," Anna agreed. "I can't wait to get into color and use the oil paints."

Olivia frowned.

"Not me. Oils are difficult. I mean, with pastels and charcoal, you can erase if you make a mistake.

Don't you have to paint over an oil if you goof?"

Anna shook her head. "There are other techniques."

"You sound like a professional." Olivia smiled.

On the bus ride home, Anna leaned her head against the window and let the cool air blow softly against her face. She observed the yards as she rode past. Ragged or tidy, they were green. Just about the same shade of green too. In a few yards there were bare trees, which reminded Anna of lollipop sticks stuck into lime lollipops.

Anna climbed from the bus, which had stopped at the end of her street. She had walked down this street maybe a hundred times before, but today she carefully observed two parallel rows of white houses with black doors and shutters. All of the units looked exactly alike. Anna slowed her steps, suddenly aware that the only color in the neighborhood came from an occasional bike left in a front yard.

"My block looks like a charcoal sketch," Anna mumbled.

She began to imagine what each house would look like if she could paint every yard and home.

Houses should reflect their owners, Anna insisted to herself. Mr. Ott's house should have a yellow door and shutters, to match his canary hair. Mrs. Reyes would have lots of red flowers in her yard, because she wears red dresses. And because the Dixons have three young children, they could have a door with stripes and splashes in lots of colors.

Anna wished that her drab neighborhood could become a crayon box of color. She imagined yellow, pink, and white blossoms against the deep green swirls of the yard. She pictured lavender flowers floating against lush vines climbing next to the front door of her own house.

She stopped in front of her own home and looked in sudden surprise at the tidy white house with the black shutters. Placed on the two steps leading to the front door were four small clay pots with brightly colored purple and yellow pansies gently quivering in the breeze.

Anna laughed out loud and hugged her books to her chest in happiness.

"I'll never have a charcoal life!" she cried. "Mama sees the world in colors too!"
Use the selection to answer the questions.
4.
What can you infer about Anna from this selection?
(1 point)
• Anna enjoys drawing with charcoal more than painting with oil.
• Anna is worried her new home is not as vibrant as her home in Haiti.
• Anna has poor vision and cannot see certain colors.
• Anna is a professional artist who knows many techniques.

5.
Which excerpt from the selection supports your answer to the previous question?
(1 point)
• Bright ribbons of color danced and swirled in Anna's mind. She imagined the intense sky blue of morning spiraled with fire-hot red-orange, the way it looked before the sun rose in her Haitian homeland.
• Mrs. Moreno is right. My perspective has improved, Anna thought. She brushed a strand of hair from her face, forgetting that her hands had charcoal dust on them. She had probably left a smudge on her face, but she didn't care.
• Ragged or tidy, they were green. Just about the same shade of green too. In a few yards there were bare trees, which reminded Anna of lollipop sticks stuck into lime lollipops.
• She glanced at the real fruit, then looked at her drawing. The fruit she had drawn was almost exactly the same shape and size as the real fruit.

Use the selection to answer the question.
6.
Which best describes the theme of “Anna’s Secret Wish”?
(1 point)
• Each person sees beauty in a different way.
• Charcoal sketches are boring.
• People should paint their homes bright colors.
• Artists use multiple techniques.

7.
Restate the theme you selected in the previous question. Support that theme with two details from “Anna’s Secret Wish.”
(4 points)

8.
Use the context clues in the following sentence from “Anna’s Secret Wish” to choose the most likely meaning for the word quivering.

Placed on the two steps leading to the front door were four small clay pots with brightly colored purple and yellow pansies gently quivering in the breeze.
(1 point)
• fluttering
• jumping
• panicking
• shrinking

rash (rash) n. 1. red spots on the skin caused by illness or allergic reaction (from the Latin rasicare, “to scrape,”) 2. a series of unfortunate events in brief period of time
adv. 1. in a fast manner (from the German rasch, “quick”)
Use the dictionary entry to answer the question.
9.
According to the entry, the word rash
(1 point)
• has Latin and German origins.
• is mostly used to describe an illness.
• is most often used as an adjective.
• can be used as an adjective, noun, and verb.

10.
Which resource would be most helpful in finding a definition for malicious?
(1 point)
• a thesaurus
• a dictionary
• a newspaper
• an encyclopedia

11.
Which word in the following sentence is a possessive pronoun?

Leah told me that I could eat dinner with her family.
(1 point)
• Leah
• me
• I
• her

12.
(1 point)
• Mario gazed at the large painting of the beautiful lake.
• Mario gazed at the lake and the beautiful painting.
• Mario gazed at the large, beautiful painting.
• Mario gazed at the beauty of the large painting.

13.
Which word in the following sentence is modified by an adverb?

The baby crawled slowly toward her favorite toy.
(1 point)
• crawled
• baby
• favorite
• toy

1. How would you like us to help you with this test?

posted by Ms. Sue
2. it's a quick check and i am not sure about my answer.
1.a
2.c
3.b
4.d
5.c
6.a
7.a
8.b
9.d
10.d
11.a
12.c
13.b

posted by abdel1233
3. You have two questions numbered 1. Please clarify.

posted by Ms. Sue

posted by abdel1233
5. just do them by order

posted by abdel1233
6. No, I can't do that. I won't change all of the numbers of the answers. And if I get to 13, I'll have one left over.

posted by Ms. Sue
7. I need help with this too

posted by Abby K.
8. abdel1233 did you get all of them right?? I really need help

posted by Abby K.
9. You should have studied. It's really easy if you at least read a page of your book or something else! -.-

posted by OHI
10. what is sex?

posted by cincooss

posted by Sallvia
12. abdel1233 is it right please tell me! help!

posted by idk
1. C
2. B
3. D
4. B
5. A
6. D
7.People see the world differently . Each person sees beautiful in a different way. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. People see the world differently.
8. A
9. D
10. B
11. A
12. A
13. C

posted by LiLiz
14. @LiLiz

posted by EW👁
15. @cincooss yo boi this isn't Health Ed try again you twelve year old troll

posted by Faggot
16. @cincooss yah u need to wait for that with ur little pene

posted by Nub
17. what are the correct answers

posted by cincoos
18. God you guys are so stupid. READ THE TEST, DO THE RESEARCH. Damn, is it really that hard?

posted by Lily
1. a
2. b
3. a
4. b
5. a
6. d
8. b
9. a
10. b
11. d
12. a
13. a

posted by lun
20. 1.A
2.B
3.A
4.B
5.A
6.D
8.B
9.A
10.B
11.D
12.A
13.A

posted by CONNEXUSSTUDENT
21. 1.A
2.B
3.A
4.B
5.A
6.D
8.B
9.A
10.B
11.D
12.A
13.A

posted by Connexus
22. 1. C
2. C
3. D
4. B
5. A
6. A
7 i'dk it's an essay u have to do it yourself
8. B
9. D
1o. A
11. A
12. A
13. C
I just took the test and these are the right answers

posted by Helper
23. i hope this works

posted by Connexus user 144
24. Which are the correct answers?

posted by GAY
25. What are the correct answers? And what is the essay answer?

posted by Im katie
26. Look I'm taking the test now and I'll post after the correct answers. Mmkay?

posted by Lily
27. 1.B
2.B
3.D
4.B
5.A
6.A
7.do yourself
8.B
9.D
10.D
11.A
12.C
13.A
you're welcome

p.s if i'm wrong, i'll post the ones i got wrong but for now these are my answers!!!

posted by Sally
28. my score was 12/12!!!!

posted by Sally
1.) A
2.) C
3.) B
4.) B
5.) A
6.) B
7.) (essay)
8.) B
9.) D
10.) A
11.) B
12.) B
13.) A

I just took the quiz and i got 12/12

posted by Miranda
30. WHATS THE RIGHT ONE??????????? CAN ANYONE CONFIRM?

posted by ?
31. Hi, Guys here are ALL the correct answers. some of you people got some answers right but not all of them. So without further ado. let's get into it.

1. resolution
2. 2
3. A narrator tells the story from the third person point of view
4. Anna is worried her new home is not as vibrant as her home in Haiti
5. bright ribbons of color danced and swirled in annas mind, she imagined the intense sky blue of morning spiraled with fire-hot-orange, the way it looked before the sun rose in her Haitian homeland.
6. people see the world differently
7. You have to write an Essay
8. fluttering
9. has latin and german origins
10. a thesaurus
11. her
12. Jenna asked for a large, cold glass of water
13. kicked

if you are a connexus student then you will get a 100%
Anyway Good luck:)

posted by Girl got all the answers:)
32. -1'

posted by 1
33. 1.B
2.B
3.B
4.B
5.A
6.B
8.B
9.D
10.A
11.D
12.B
13.C
Please do trust and good luck on #7 you should answer yourself

34. these are the real answers to LA 7B lesson 19 unit 3 test. i swear on my life.
1.b
2.b
3.a
4.b
5.a
6.a
7.DIY
8.b
9.d
10.d
11.b
12.b
13.a

35. 1.b
2.b
3.b
4.b
5.a
6.b
8.b
9.d
10.b
11.b
12.b
13.c

posted by noone
36. No one is correct i 100% promise cross my heart hope to die if i am wrong
1.B
2.C
3.D
4.B
5.B
6.A
7.People see the world differently . Each person sees beautiful in a different way. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. People see the world differently.
8.B
9.A
10.B
11.A
12.C
13.C
100% correct i promise

posted by lilly live
37. The answers above are for Unit 3 lesson 19 of conexxus academy

posted by lilly live
38. True anmswers i just did my test
1.C
2.B
3.B
4.B
5.A
6.A
7. Do urself
8.B
9.A
10.B
11.B
13.c
Lilly was wrong >:(

posted by Hello meteor
39. 1)b
2)b
3)a
4)b
5)a
6)d
7)do it yourself sorry
8)b
9)a
10)b
11)d
12)a
13)a

posted by Anonymous
40. a
b
a
b
a
b
b
d
a
d
c
a

posted by Did Test answers are
41. I will not tell the answers cuz obviously you will not believe me but then you will so all I will say is goodluck decoding the right answers guys. Keep an open mind on which are the right and wrong answers, this is a 7th grade test we are doing and it is time to put our cheating skills to use, we are smart we will find the answers cheating or not cheating. Furthermore if you want me to input the answers then I will happily oblige.

posted by Mudman
42. Number one is definitely b for sure

posted by Mudman
43. answers that are true for sure would be
1. B
3. B
8. B
10. B
these are it and if you think I'm lying check for yourself these ones should be common sense!

posted by Mudman
44. I have the answers now.
1. B
2. B
3. B
4. B
5. A
6. A
7. You will have to do this yourself. One reason you will have to do this yourself is because I used the option Charcoal sketches are boring and got it wrong so it means I got this wrong.
8. B
9. D
10. B
11. B
12. A
13. C
Alright what you see here is the answers to the Unit 3 Lesson 19 unit test. You can choose to believe me and ace this test or choose to not believe me and you will get a score that I have no clue you will get. Your choice good luck!! :)

posted by Mudman

posted by Mudman
46. do you go to connections academy

posted by bobobobobonb
47. This is for Unit 2 Lesson 19 I got 11/12 which is ok so here are the updated Answers.
1)C
2)B
3)D
4)B
5)A
6)A
7)(Plz don't copy completely or you will get a 0 on this question.) People see the world differently. Each person sees beauty on a different way For example Anna couldn't wait to paint with oil paints because it meant she could use colors. Another Example is when she is walking down her neighborhood and didn't like the fact that it looked like a charcoal drawing. When she arrived home she smiled seeing that her mother sees the world in color too.
8)B
9)D
10)A
11)B
12)A
13)A
If this is wrong your taking the wrong test good luck :)

posted by I am the Future Flash
48. I changed the answer I got wrong too the correct answer don't be alarmed by I got 11/12 this should give a 12/12 and all 4 points on the essay if you don't copy.

posted by I am the Future Flash
49. Who is right

posted by Lyniah
50. 6.D
8.B
9.D
10.B
11.B
12.B
13.C

posted by Anonymous
51. okay i honestly don't know why you guys are putting completely different answer for each one but i was confused so i just chose one and made a 9/12.....

these are my answer and i swear they should be 100% correct. i made a 9/12 but you should make a 12/12

A
B
B
B
A
A
B
A
A
A
B
C
PLEASE DONT LISTEN TO THESE OTHER GUYS

posted by Keria
52. okay i honestly don't know why you guys are putting completely different answer for each one but i was confused so i just chose one and made a 9/12.....

these are my answer and i swear they should be 100% correct. i made a 9/12 but you should make a 12/12

A
B
B
B
A
A
B
A
A
A
B
C
PLEASE DONT LISTEN TO THESE OTHER GUYS

posted by Keria
53. Just trust Lun

posted by Anonymous
54. 1.a
2.b
3.a
4.b
5.a
6.d
8.b
9.a
10.b
11.d
12.a
13.a

posted by im dope
55. AHHH WHAT ARE THE REAL ONES!

posted by Cheater Pumpkin Eater
56. thanks for the 7/12 fck you all

posted by ytooooo
57. the teacher gives you different questions so good luck

posted by NoBody
1-b
2-b
3-a
4-b
5-a
6-d
7-diy
8-b
9-d
10-d
11-b
12-c
13-a

posted by zac
a
c
b
b
a
a
diy
a
a
d
b
c
c

posted by stop
60. C
C
B
B
A
B
DIY
B
A
D
D
C
C
100% correct promise

posted by Got the answers woo hoo 100
61. I only got 7/10 with Kiera's answers.

posted by Eliza
62. Seriously! Why are us 7th graders cheating Im going to take the test now and give u guys the correct answers. my overall is 97% so trust me

posted by U all wrong!
63. 1. A
2. B
3. A
4. B
5. A
6. D
7. If I give you the answer your teacher will know its copy right. Your smart u can do it :).
8. B
9. D
10. B
11. D
12. B
13. A

Good luck! Keep in mine I'm not trying to make your life miserable.

64. the real ansers are are

a

b

b

b

a

d

essay

b

a

d

a

a

c

good luck.

posted by hi
65. The questions are in different order on each test so none of these answers will line up to yours don’t listen to them

66. lun Is wrong I got a 4 out of 12 :(

posted by agsjd
67. Guys everyone’s questions are different

posted by To cool for school
68. this sucks!!! i accedently took abdel answers and didnt read thepart when she wasnt sure! ugh i got a 4/12 was my score! i failed ugh! this is y u should always reread stuff!

posted by sam
69. Look, everyone, i just took the test and what I have before u are the answers for Unit 2: Different Perspectives Test Lesson 19. Trust me PLEASE I HAVE THE ANSWERS NOT LIKE THE OTHER PEOPLE HERE TRUST ME WITH ALL UR HEART here are the answers!

1. A
2. B
3. D
4. B
5. A
6. B
7. Do it Yourself you'll be fine:)
8. B
9. D
10.A
11.B
12.C
13.C

BELIEVE ME Y'ALL THESE ARE THE CORRECT ONES GOT 100%

posted by Jasmine
a
b
d
b
a
b
essay
b
d
d
b
b
a

posted by amir
71. some random kid please give me something for the essay or suk an egg and suffer the wrath of gru

posted by Shrek the ogre
72. First I got 9/12 but these are real ones
1.C
2.C
3.D
4.B
5.A
6.A
8.A
9.A
10.D
11.B
12.A
13.C

posted by Ab
73. Lun is not 100% correct you will get a 9/12 if you choose their wanders which I would recommend :)

posted by Lun feedback
74. Who’s correct? I need one that reads at the top

Lesson 19: Different Perspectives Unit Test
Language Arts 7 A Unit 2: Different perspectives

posted by Hi
75. WHAT IS ITTTTT

posted by James cook
76. some one sold me out gave me the wrong answer the real answer are
c
c
d
b
a
b
a
d
a
b
c
c
just do seven on your own you will do great i can believe it and you will listen to me and ace or listen to someone else and get sold out your choice make it a good one

77. ugh its so hard to find answer for 8th grade tests

posted by just sum boi
78. 1:C
2:B
3:B
4:A
5:B
6:D
7:(ESSAY)
8:B
9:A
10:B
11:A
12:B
13:C

posted by Kiefer
79. I got a 7 out of 12 I will thank you liars !!!

posted by Fck u all
80. thx kiefer!

posted by **blocked**
81. 1.b
2.b
3.a
4.b
5.a
6.a
8.b
9.d
10.d
11.b
12.b
13.a

posted by Jen
82. HEY!!!!! THIS GOES TO ALL OF YOU! Stop fighting and respect each other. No cussing, We're all too young for that. So please, for the love of Ra, and for the respect of Copyright, STOP BLOODY FIGHTING AND START RESCPECTING ONE ANOTHER! That's how I was raised, with Respect. Disrespecting someone will only further the trouble

posted by Dragon Master
83. Nun of these are the answer 3 is c I like this site but this is a do ur own test and some people might just put stuff to get u wrong for a good laugh.

posted by Truth

1.b
2.b
3.d
4.b
5.a
6.d
8.b
9.d
10.b
11.b
12.a
13.c

posted by KittiB
85. see like kitti b she put something wrong on number 8 put light as the emotion of the character its supposed to be cheerful

posted by francisco
86. Just do the test, take it from me. I tried to cheat then gave up because I couldn't find answers that I liked. I did it in the end and got a 12/12

posted by LISTEN
87. It seems like we all have different questions here. Here are my questions, and the answers for it. (I got 11/12, but I’m giving the correct answers.)

Question #1: The outcome of a conflict

CHRIS AND TAYLOR PASSAGE.
Question #2: [Same passages] Which excerpt contains the story’s climax?

Question #3: Which best describes the point of view of this selection?
Answer: A. A narrator tells the story from the third-person point of view.

ANNA’S SECRET WISH PASSAGE.
Question #4: What can you infer about Anna from this selection?
Answer: B. Anna is worried her new home is not as vibrant as her home in Haiti.

Question #5: Which excerpt from the selection supports your answer to the previous question?
Answer: A. Bright ribbons of color danced... etc.

Question #6: Which best describes the theme of “Anna’s Secret Wish”?
Answer: A. Each person sees beauty in a different way.

Question #7: Restate the theme you selected essay
Answer: It’s REALLY not that hard, just do it. I didn’t want to do it but I found out it was easy as heck.

Question #8: Use the context clues.. blah blah.. for the word quivering. “Placed on two steps leading to the front door, etc.”

RANDOM QUESTIONS.
Question #9: According to the entry, the word rash

Question #10: Which resource would be most helpful in finding a synonym for sentimental?

Question #11: Which word in the following sentence is a possessive pronoun? Jose asked me to wait while he tied his shoes.

Question #12: Which sentence uses coordinate adjectives?
Answer: C. Mario gazed at the large, beautiful painting.

Question #13: Which word in the following sentence is modified by an adverb? The curious puppy wagged its tail anxiously.
-
I really hope this helps!

posted by Dezi
88. Also, on tests, the questions are different for everyone. Make sure to include the questions and answers too, so that they know. I’ve seen a few people get bad results from this because of wrong answers, so be careful.

posted by Dezi
89. 1. Climax
2. Two
3. A narrator tells...
4. B
5. A
6. B
7. Essay
8. B
9. D
10. B
11. B
12. C
13. C

posted by The true!!!
90. THXS for 5\12

posted by GameZone

posted by Alice in Jiskha land
92. oh yay! I got the answers from Dezi because they sounded more correct and I got 12/12!!! Thank you so much Dezi! = D

posted by Alice in Jiskha land
93. guys, I promise you all that my answers will give you 13/13 in no time! Here they are:
1. D resolution
2. B paragraph 2
3. D
4. B
5. A
6. A
7. People in this world see beauty in their different ways. People see it as something colorful, something emphasizing, or even something extraordinary. But that doesn't mean that beauty changes, it just shows peoples' point of view of how they see beauty. BE CAREFUL YOU DON'T COPY AND PASTE MY ESSAY, TRY GETTING STUFF FROM MY ANSWER AND SAY STUFF IN YOUR OWN WORDS AT THE SAME TIME
8. B
9. D
10. D
11. B
12. A
13. C

I hope this helps you all! believe me, i gave ya'll the correct answers! = )

posted by DON'T CARE ABOUT WORK
94. ooooh so sorry guys, when I submitted the test, I got 2 wrong, sorry!
they were #1 and #11
they are both C
the other answers are correct just #1 and #11 weren't, by accident, i thought they wre right but, anyways, they are both C

posted by DON'T CARE ABOUT WORK
95. uuuuugh, i mean NOT #11!!!! I MEAN #12!!!! UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGH sorry guys! #1 and #12 are both C!!!!

posted by DON'T CARE ABOUT WORK
96. You’re welcome, Alice in Jiskha Land! And guys, REMEMBER THAT WE ALL HAVE DIFFERENT QUESTIONS! It’s always not the same answers!

posted by Dezi
97. 1)C
2)B
3)B
4)B
5)A
6)A
7)essay
8)B
9)D
10)B
11)D
12)B
13)C
All 1 and two 0s. 1 and 00 = 100!!!!

posted by Orange juice
98. wait do you guys do international connections academy?

posted by keira:)
99. correct Dezi ^-^

posted by Alice in Jiskha land
100. 7.
1. People see the world differently because while walking down the street she imagined her neighborhood very colorfully. " Anna wished that her drab neighborhood could become a crayon box of color. She imagined yellow, pink, and white blossoms against the deep green swirls of the yard. She pictured lavender flowers floating against lush vines climbing next to the front door of her own house. "
2. Each person sees beautiful in a different way because Olivia said "Not me. Oils are difficult. I mean, with pastels and charcoal, you can erase if you make a mistake. ". She saw beauty in easy to clean up and perfect pictures.

I have it labeled 1 and 2 for the 2 deatials

posted by Mister Max

posted by ._.
102. I got 9/12 with yalls answers. THANKS A LOT!!!!! :(

posted by XxCashTheRosexX
103. Fuck you all, but I got 8/12 when listening to Jasmine

1.b
2.c
3.d
4.b
5.a
6.b
7. essay you can do it on your own
8.b
9.d
10.d
11.d
12.b
13.a

posted by JD

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