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Short Quiz in English 4 Note details by asking/ answering questions about a story/poem

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Grade 4
Philippines Curriculum: Grades 1-10

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Philippines Curriculum: Grades 1-10


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  • Q1
    The yo-yo is a very plain toy that has been around for hundreds of years. It is just a spool attached to a string. A yo-yo in the right hands can be quite special and entertaining. A talented yo-yoist can do all kinds of tricks, like making a yo-yo float in mid-air. The tricks may look like magic to the normal eye. However, the only magic at work is science. What can a yo-yoist do with a yo-yo?
    make it float in mid-air
    make the yo-yo talk
    do a science experiment
    make a simple toy
  • Q2
    The Spelling Bee (1) April's knees began to shake as she stood in line. She could watch her classmates go out onto the stage, but she could not hear a word. No matter how hard she tried, she could not pay attention. She was too nervous because the entire school was watching the spelling bee. What is going on out there? April thought. Okay, calm down. Nothing is going to go wrong. (2) Suddenly, April felt herself being pushed forward. She was standing in front of everyone in the audience. Her eyes widened once she saw all of the people there. She could not see each face, but she knew that every seat was taken. (3) "Ahem, Ms. Gilmore. Would you please spell the word 'vacuum'?" (4) April remained frozen in place. Think of something quick, April thought. You should know how to spell that word. Mom always writes it down on my list of chores. (5) April's face brightened. She cleared her throat and proudly said, "Vacuum. V-A-C-U-U-M." She did not hear the ding of the bell that signaled an incorrectly spelled word. April walked off the stage and to the back of the line. Nothing could stop her now. What question does paragraph 4 answer?
    What other chores will April have to complete?
    How long does April remain on the stage?
    Who writes a list of chores out for April?
    Why does April's mom write out a list of chores?
  • Q3
    You should always _________ the question to make sure you understand what the question is asking.
  • Q4
    Underline the section in the text or question that __________ your reasoning.
    makes fun of
  • Q5
    Prove your correct answer by _____________________.
    underlining the section in the test passage that supports the answer
    re-reading the question
    drawing a diagram
    turning around three times before you say hocus pocus

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