Reading for Understanding Two #9B

Thelma Thurstone The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

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  1. We enclosed our back lawn with a fence a meter high. Now the baby can play outside without having
  2. Your answer:
    any playmates.
    to be asked.
    to be watched.
    any toys.


  3. When he saw black lines on the creases of the shirt collar, he knew that his shirt had not been well
  4. Your answer:
    ironed.
    dried.
    rinsed.
    washed.


  5. There is no parking area near that building. Everyone who lives there and owns a car has to park
  6. Your answer:
    under a tree.
    in the city.
    on the street.
    on the lawn.


  7. Our class is going to plant a vegetable garden in the corner of the schoolyard. We are also planting pansies, because we like
  8. Your answer:
    vegetables.
    flowers.
    weeds.
    seeds.


  9. Babe, Paul Bunyan's blue ox, liked to eat green grass. She became very hungry in the winter because white snow, which she refused to eat, covered the ground. So that she would eat again, Paul Bunyan made her a pair of green eyeglasses to make the snow look like
  10. Your answer:
    green glass.
    white snow.
    green grass.
    winter wheat.


  11. More than anything else, Jesse was hoping to receive a new tennis racket for his birthday. He jumped for joy when he received a camera, a radio, and a
  12. Your answer:
    long book.
    tennis racket.
    new hat.
    sweater.


  13. Her friends tell Margo things they do not want other people to know. They have found that Margo always keeps
  14. Your answer:
    money.
    enemies.
    wishes.
    secrets.


  15. When the weather is too bad for people to work or play outside, they keep busy at
  16. Your answer:
    winter sports.
    planting gardens.
    indoor activities.
    cutting the grass.


  17. In cartoons people and animals do things that they cannot do in real life. Some people can fly without planes and some animals can
  18. Your answer:
    bark.
    talk.
    play.
    run.


  19. Years ago people believed in fairies--good and bad spirits that had magical powers. Many stories, called fairy tales, have been written about these interesting little people. Many children like to read fairy tales, although they do not really believe in
  20. Your answer:
    signs.
    stories.
    books.
    fairies.



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