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Unit 4: Reading Literary Text Unit Test
Q: which idea is stated explicitly in the text?
A: The horse feels sad about his current situation.

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  1. Don't have literary text, so I can't evaluate your answer.

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  2. Reading Literary Text Unit Test
    1, A - the horse feels sad...
    2, A - the farmer has not acted...
    3, Theme & not stated directly
    4, C - Big problems seem...
    5, C - a main idea
    6, A - Jacques joined the crew..
    7, A - Jacques carried boxes...
    8, C - Jorge is reliable
    9, B - The trees were her shield...
    10, B - the spelled bee is to Sam as..
    The rest i cant give answers too but yeah

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  3. I agree with this ^ 100% ty

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  4. Danny right 100%

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  5. no

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  6. TY I got 100%

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  7. ty soo much

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  8. Anyone know all da answers 1-15

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  9. 11-15 aren't multiple choice, they are little essay questions.

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  10. This is for connections Academy kids
    1.The horse feels sad about his current situation
    2. The farmer was not acting fairly towards the horse
    3.Theme and not stated directly
    4.big problems seem smaller with help
    5.A main Idea
    6.jacques joined the crew of the Orion
    7.Jacques carried boxes onto the chaotic deck.
    8.Jorge is reliable
    9.Trishna is compared to a night owl to show that they both can stay awake all night long.
    10.The spelling bee is to Sam as the World Series is to a baseball player

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  11. the last 11-15 are essay questions i can not give you the answers for those ones sorry.

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  12. THANKS FOR THE MULTIPLE CHOICE ANSWERS guys YALL ARE SO NEEDY ALSO just do the essay questions YoUr SElF OkAy AND---- GrEen GanG for LIFE

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  13. @DIY shut up

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  14. yeah laughing jack is right :P

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  15. Thanks for the answers @danny Duncan

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  16. oof mine is difrent

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  17. Reading Literary Text Unit Test
    5 of 165 of 16 Items

    Question
    Use the text from American Indian Stories by Zitkala-Sa to answer the question.

    Soon after breakfast mother sometimes began her beadwork. On a bright, clear day, she pulled out the wooden pegs that pinned the skirt of our wigwam to the ground, and rolled the canvas part way up on its frame of slender poles. Then the cool morning breezes swept freely through our dwelling, now and then wafting the perfume of sweet grasses from newly burnt prairie.
    Untying the long tasseled strings that bound a small brown buckskin bag, my mother spread upon a mat beside her bunches of colored beads, just as an artist arranges the paints upon his palette. On a lapboard she smoothed out a double sheet of soft white buckskin; and drawing from a beaded case that hung on the left of her wide belt a long, narrow blade, she trimmed the buckskin into shape. Often she worked upon small moccasins for her small daughter. Then I became intensely interested in her designing. With a proud, beaming face, I watched her work. In imagination, I saw myself walking in a new pair of snugly fitting moccasins. I felt the envious eyes of my playmates upon the pretty red beads decorating my feet.
    Close beside my mother I sat on a rug, with a scrap of buckskin in one hand and an awl in the other. This was the beginning of my practical observation lessons in the art of beadwork. From a skein of finely twisted threads of silvery sinews my mother pulled out a single one. With an awl she pierced the buckskin, and skillfully threaded it with the white sinew. Picking up the tiny beads one by one, she strung them with the point of her thread, always twisting it carefully after every stitch.

    Based on the text, which of the following excerpts supports the idea that beadwork was common for many things in Sioux culture?

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    Drawing from a beaded case that hung on the left of her wide belt a long, narrow blade, she trimmed the buckskin into shape.
    Drawing from a beaded case that hung on the left of her wide belt a long, narrow blade, she trimmed the buckskin into shape.

    This was the beginning of my practical observation lessons in the art of beadwork.
    This was the beginning of my practical observation lessons in the art of beadwork.

    Untying the long-tasseled strings that bound a small brown buckskin bag, my mother spread upon a mat beside her bunches of colored beads.
    Untying the long-tasseled strings that bound a small brown buckskin bag, my mother spread upon a mat beside her bunches of colored beads.

    In imagination, I saw myself walking in a new pair of snugly fitting moccasins.
    In imagination, I saw myself walking in a new pair of snugly fitting moccasins.

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