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.
1.What conclusion can you draw about Jason from the dialogue in line 10 in A Surprising Point of View?
Jason procrastinates doing his schoolwork.**
Jason and Ms. Smith have a good relationship.
Jason is one of the best students
Jason is embarrassed to talk to Ms. Smith.
2.Which detail from the play best supports the conclusion you drew in the previous question?
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.
3.What is the prepositional phrase in the sentence?
The family drove to the store.
the family drove
drove to the store
to the store**
4.What is the appositive phrase in this sentence?
The potato, a type of root vegetable, is high in starch.
the potato, a type of root
a type of root vegetable**
is high in starch
Read the two sentences.
Tiny Tim was destitute. His clothing was in tatters.
Which sentence combines the two sentences using a past participle?
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.
2. I haven't read this play.
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