Language Arts

Read the following sentence that contains informational text. Determine which type of word or phrase relationship is being used.

The roads of New Orleans remained flooded due to the hurricane.

item/category relationship

part/whole relationship

cause/effect relationship

analogy relationship

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  1. Informational Text Analysis Unit Test

    1. C (cause/effect relationship)
    2. B (domain-specific vocabulary)
    3. A (imitation)
    4. B (figurative meaning)
    5. A (explicit information)
    6. B (the central idea)
    7. B, C (minor details, judgments)
    8. D (subjective)
    9. D (It makes the text illogical)
    10. C. E (by telling the effects of what happened, by describing what happened)
    11. C (diagram)
    12. Do your own
    13. Do you own

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  3. Yes these are right I got 100% but he/she was right you need to type your own answers but they are right thank you 👍🏻🦋

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