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NY Released Test - Grade 5 ELA (2022)(Common Core)

Quiz by NYSED ELA Grade 5

Grade 5
English Language Arts
Common Core

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  • Q1

    Which statement best expresses a theme of the story?

    It is wise to work in secret if a dream is not supported by relatives.

    Beautiful objects can bring happiness, but they are often not worth the price.

    Working with new people can be scary, but will become easier over time.

    Determination and creative thinking can help people overcome challenges.

  • Q2

    In paragraph 1, what does the phrase “like a flame” help the reader to understand about the cloth?

    its color and how it moves

    its pattern and its use

    its temperature and its direction

    its size and how much it weighs

  • Q3

    What do the details in paragraph 3 show about Sali?

    She is strange and secretive.

    She is greedy and demanding.

    She is careful and ambitious.

    She is thoughtful and creative.

  • Q4

    What does paragraph 13 reveal about Sali’s point of view?

    Sali is unsure and does not have a detailed plan to have the dlokibani made.

    Sali is eager to learn new skills so that she can take care of herself like a grownup.

    Sali is worried that all of her work will be wasted if she cannot complete her project.

    Sali is delighted to keep her secret and surprise her family with her new dlokibani.

  • Q5

    What can the reader infer about the shopkeeper and the tailor?

    They are fair and generous.

    They are tense and distracted.

    They are clever and proud.

    They are silly and foolish.

  • Q6

    How do paragraphs 7 and 17 contribute to the structure of the story?

    They show the actions Sali takes to solve her problem.

    They explain why Sali wants a new dress.

    They provide details about the shopkeeper and the tailor.

    They foreshadow an important choice Sali makes later.

  • Q7

    Which quotation best supports a theme of the story?

    “Then he started cutting the billows of orange fabric.” (paragraph 19)

    “Sali rushed straight home with her treasure.” (paragraph 12)

    “ ‘Why do you stand so long at the door?’ he asked.” (paragraph 6)

    “ ‘You’ve worked well for this cloth, Sali,’ he said.” (paragraph 11)

  • Q8

    Which sentence best represents a conflict between Guthrie and her father?

    Guthrie’s father is worried about her becoming a race car driver.

    Guthrie’s father insists she has to take private parachuting lessons.

    Guthrie’s father is concerned when she begins flying at a young age.

    Guthrie’s father thinks free-fall parachuting is too dangerous for her.

  • Q9

    Paragraphs 10 and 11 are important to the article because they

    inform the reader that Guthrie joined a local sports car club

    explain to the reader how Guthrie began to win auto races

    describe to the reader how Guthrie drove around Long Island

    tell the reader that Guthrie was helped by a driver in Connecticut

  • Q10

    Which quotation best reveals the author’s point of view?

    “She flew whenever she could break away from her classes at the Universityof Michigan.” (paragraph 8)

    “. . . the pro taught her how to pull the rip cord that opened the chute, how to absorb the shock after landing . . .” (paragraph 7)

    “It was no surprise that Janet Guthrie excelled at one of the most dangerous sports on Earth.” (paragraph 1)

    “To get into top physical shape for Vollstedt’s test, Guthrie did exercises . . .” (paragraph 19)

  • Q11

    Which detail from the article represents Guthrie’s biggest challenge?

    “. . . a secret test at the Ontario Motor Speedway near Los Angeles.”(paragraph 18)

    “One day she lost her balance, landed hard on her left foot, and fell . . .”(paragraph 19)

    “. . . finishing in some of the country’s most celebrated long-distance competitions.” (paragraph 14)

    “Before long she taught herself how to take apart and rebuild its engine . . .” (paragraph 12)

  • Q12

    Which detail from the article best represents Janet Guthrie?

    “In 1973, she won the North Atlantic Road Racing Championship.”(paragraph 14)

    “She had always loved adventure and daring new experiences.”(paragraph 1)

    “Broken ankle and all, Guthrie stepped into an unfamiliar car.”(paragraph 20)

    “Excited by her success, Guthrie attended a driving school in Connecticut.”(paragraph 11)

  • Q13

    In paragraph 20, what does Guthrie mean when she says, “It was like going to the moon”?

    She believes racing is similar to space flight.

    She believes racing can often be dangerous.

    She thinks driving a fast car is quite exciting.

    She thinks the speed of the car is frightening.

  • Q14

    Which idea from the article does the title “ ‘Janet Guthrie: Lady in the Fast Lane’ from Profiles in Sports Courage” best support?

    Guthrie was famous for participating in a race with a broken foot.

    Guthrie was fearless at trying thrilling and challenging new activities.

    Guthrie was determined to become a commercial pilot like her father.

    Guthrie was a hard worker and saved money to achieve her goals.

  • Q15

    What does “brewing” mean as it is used in paragraph 1?

    being studied


    being encouraged



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