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All Summer in a Day Comprehension

Quiz by Amanda Cleveland

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20 questions
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  • Q1
    Where does the story take place?
    Mars
    Earth
    Venus
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  • Q2
    2. What happens every day?
    It snows
    It rains
    It's sunny
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  • Q3
    How many years has it rained for?
    6 years
    9 years
    7 years
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  • Q4
    How long does the sun come out for?
    2 days
    2 hours
    2 minutes
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  • Q5
    How old are the kids in the story?
    Eight
    Seven
    Nine
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  • Q6
    How old were the kids the last time they saw the sun?
    Four
    Two
    Five
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  • Q7
    7. Who is the only kid in the class that remembers seeing the Sun?
    Margot
    Mary
    William
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  • Q8
    What happened to Margot?
    She went outside with the other kids.
    She was trapped outside in the rain.
    The kids locked her in a closet.
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  • Q9
    Why didn't the other kids like Margot?
    She was from Earth and had seen the sun more than them.
    She lied to them about the sun.
    She bullied them
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  • Q10
    What IS NOT a way that Margot described the sun.
    It's like a crayon.
    It's like a penny.
    It's like a fire in the stov.e
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  • Q11
    TRUE or FALSE: The teacher realizes that Margot is missing.
    False
    True
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  • Q12
    TRUE or FALSE: Margot misses the sun.
    False
    True
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  • Q13
    TRUE or FALSE: The kids went back to let Margot out before they went outside.
    True
    False
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  • Q14
    TRUE or FALSE: The kids live in an underground city on Venus.
    True
    False
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  • Q15
    TRUE or FALSE: Margot's family was thinking about returning to Earth.
    True
    False
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  • Q16
    Is this story fiction or nonfiction?
    Fiction
    Nonfiction
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  • Q17
    What type of text structure is used in the story?
    Sequential Order
    Cause/Effect
    Compare/Contrast
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  • Q18
    The children move slowly and hesitate to see Margot at the end of the story because-
    they are worried that Margot may not be where they left her.
    they know they have done a mean thing to her.
    they know they will get in trouble now.
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  • Q19
    What point of view is the story told from?
    Second Person
    Third Person Omniscent
    Third Person Limited
    First Person
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  • Q20
    How does the setting affect the mood in the story?
    The weather on Venus makes the mood depressing and gloomy.
    The sun makes the mood peaceful.
    The future setting makes the mood happy and optimistic
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