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Final Exam Review - Ms. A's 9th ELA

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  • Q1
    What is the central idea of the passage?
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    By allowing students to do service learning, Chicago high schools are helping reintroduce native plant species.
    Chicago students’ service learning benefits the community as well as themselves.
    All Chicago high school students are required to do service learning.
    Chicago high schools offer students many different options for classes.
  • Q2
    Which detail from the text best supports the idea that students must be responsible for their own education?
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    “And that’s what I want to focus on today: the responsibility each of you has for your education.”
    “Every single one of you has something to offer. And you have the responsibility to yourself to discover what that is.”
    “Every single one of you has something you’re good at.”
    “Maybe you could be a good writer...but you might not know it until you write a paper for your English class.”
  • Q3
    What is the purpose of this paragraph in Barack Obama’s speech?
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    To explain the difficulties of obtaining an education
    To explain that a good job can’t be attained without an education
    To argue for the importance of staying in school
    To demonstrate the necessity of education to every student’s future career
  • Q4
    Which answer best describes the main theme of the poem?
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    There is nothing worse than lost love.
    Love is stronger than death, especially when it’s been lost.
    Love should always be freely given.
    True love permeates every aspect of life, and is stronger than death.
  • Q5
    Which detail from the text best supports the idea that the speaker loves the object of their affections all day, every day?
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    [Line 1] How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
    [Line 8] I love thee purely, as men turn from praise.
    [Lines 11-12] I love thee with a love I seemed to lose / With my lost saints.
    [Line 5] I love thee to the level of every day’s / Most quiet need, by sun and candle-light.
  • Q6
    How does the speaker saying “I love thee childhood’s faith” [Lines 10-11] support the theme?
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    It illustrates the strength of the speaker’s love by comparing it to the blind faith of a child.
    It highlights how long the speaker has felt this way.
    It emphasizes how the speaker’s love is as strong as religion.
    It reveals that the speaker is also deeply religious.
  • Q7
    What is the tone of this non-fiction passage?
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  • Q8
    What does the word “indispensable” most closely mean, as used in Paragraph 2?
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  • Q9
    What can be inferred about the health of longtime smokers from the information in Paragraph 2?
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    They will die of arsenic poisoning.
    They are still “chainsmokers”
    Anyone who puffs a friend’s cigar will definitely become a chainsmoker.
    They are very likely to develop lungs’ cancer.
  • Q10
    Which provides the BEST objective summary of the passage?
    Smoking is a disgusting habit.
    Teens who smoke don’t care about dying.
    Many teens start smoking to be cool or accepted, but it’s a toxic habit that can ultimately kill you if done long-term.
    Anyone who becomes a chainsmoker is weak and can’t resist peer pressure.

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