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McKee's POV Test

Quiz by Kim McKee

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  • Q1
    Fred the freshmen is thinking about asking Sarah to the dance, but he is nervous because he is a freshmen. Sarah knows that Fred is going to ask her to the dance. She already has a date, and she will break his little heart. Sarah was looking at him in the hallway because he had on a bright green shirt and red socks.
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  • Q2
    I am nervous, but I think I will ask Sarah to the dance. I am nervous because I am a freshman and Sarah is a senior. Everyone has told me that she will never go to the dance with me, but I am going to take a chance. I think I saw her looking at me yesterday.
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  • Q3
    Fred the Freshmen is nervous because he is thinking about asking Sarah to the dance. He is nervous because he is a freshman and Sarah is a senior. "Everyone has told me that she will never go to the dance with me, but I am going to take a chance," said Fred the freshmen.
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  • Q4
    Then he looked behind him and saw that no land was visible. That makes no difference, he thought. I can always come in on the glow from Havana.
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  • Q5
    He gripped the dollar bill tightly, "You can't have it," he told her.
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  • Q6
    John couldn't believe what he was seeing. He thought the flash of bright, red light that streaked across the sky might have been lighting. Rubbing his eyes, he looked a second tie and realized, as it flashed in the same place again, that it wasn't , nor was it a figment of his imagination.
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  • Q7
    I remember standing in that small, dimly lit room. There was no air circulation. Each breath I took felt like a mass of congealed soup slipping into my lungs. The ripe smell in the air lingered around; silently mocking and tormenting me with its invisible tendrils of death and decay. My mind forced me to look away, yet my eyes kept gravitating back with an impossible will of their own.
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  • Q8
    I knew I shouldn't have let Grandma go down there. She isn't too steady on her feet to start with, and then she gets those dizzy spells. But she insisted, and the next thing I know, she's tumbling down those stairs like a gymnast.
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  • Q9
    Mrs. Smith stood at the top of the stairs, her son John next tho her. Clinging to the handrail, she planted her trembling foot on the first step. But the other foot caught on the carpet and..........
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  • Q10
    John stood next to his grandmother. He wanted to help her down the stairs. Mrs Smith looked at her grandson, her blue eyes sharp, and moved a stand of hair from her face. She was determined to do this on her own, to prove she wasn't a helpless old lady.
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  • Q11
    Ray walked the mile from the hospital to Bob's Sunoco. He found Gary in the bay, changing the oil on a pale blue Cadillac. He kicked his brother's feet until Gary rolled from beneath the car. "We gotta talk." Gary wiped sweat from his eyes. It wasn't like Ray to interrupt him at work. "I get off at three."
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  • Q12
    John laughed hollowly. "You're joking," he said, wondering how on earth he would ever get over this. Veronica shook her head slowly. Her heart was breaking at having to tell him this news.
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  • Q13
    We were walking down the street when all of a sudden a huge clap of thunder rumbled in the sky, causing us all to jump three feet in the air.
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  • Q14
    Lady Eleanor was beautiful, witty, well educated , and extremely proud of her place in the world.
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  • Q15
    Taro worked very hard and earned a great deal of money. However, Jiro quickly fell in the company of the wrong sort and spent all his time lounging in the tea shop all day, becoming drunk and boisterous at night, and learning the way of thieves and murderers.
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  • Q16
    Thomas continued to run until he knew for certain that he was safe. When he finally stopped to glance back towards the grotesque figure he could still hear the creatures terrifying roar.
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  • Q17
    " I wish that I was never born!" screamed Jenny as she slammed the door in her mother's face. She was so tired of having to follow her stupid rules day after day.
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  • Q18
    "I have never been this happy" I said to Will as I slid into his waiting arms.
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  • Q19
    So the men fetched shovels and hastily began to fling earth over the carcass. None of them could tell what it looked like as they worked to bury it. They got into an argument because the creature looked different to each pair of eyes.
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  • Q20
    I ran down the street with absolute jubilation. School was finally out for an entire summer!
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