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NCSCOS Grade 5 ELA / Reading - Skill: 5.RI.4

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Grade 5
English
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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Grade 5
English
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

5.RI.4

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  • Q1
    In the sentence below, what is the meaning of the phrase "kick the oil habit"? "The cars may help Americans kick the oil habit one day."
    get to use more oil
    turn oil into gasoline
    stop using so much oil
    use oil only for important things
    60s
    5.RI.4
  • Q2
    In paragraph 4, what is the meaning of the sentence below? "But huge roadblocks remain."
    Electric cars break down easily and may block traffic on roads.
    Electric cars and gasoline-powered cars will cause traffic problems.
    Electric cars have some issues that need to be resolved.
    Electric cars may solve the U.S. government's oil supply problem.
    60s
    5.RI.4
  • Q3
    What is the meaning of "jabs" in paragraph 6?
    chews
    coils
    sticks
    sucks
    60s
    5.RI.4
  • Q4
    Based on paragraph 3, what is "twin language"?
    a language of hand signs and gestures
    a language of both spoken and written words
    a language invented and used between twins
    a language spoken by only young children
    60s
    5.RI.4
  • Q5
    As used in paragraph 5, what does the word "connections" mean?
    voices that imitate other people
    organs that are linked together
    powerful influences on twins
    similarities in looks and actions
    60s
    5.RI.4

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