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I’m trying to learn for my Literature class and I’m stuck. Can you help?I have 20 questions i need help me to answer it ..1-Read the paragraph below. What is the main idea?Wildfires caused by humans can happen because of arson, discarded cigarettes, and sparks from power equipment. When the conditions are right, wildfires can be caused by the fragments of hot rifle bullets. Wooded areas that have been cleared by logging are often covered by grasses that catch fire easily. By far, though, the majority of wildfires are caused by lightning strikes.Lightning strikes only cause wildfires when humans are not able to prevent them.Human activity is the main cause of wildfires, though sometimes they begin naturally.Wildfires destroy animal homes as well as human homes, regardless of how they start.There are several ways that humans can start wildfires, but most wildfires have natural causes.-2. What kind of text is a magazine article?fictional textinformational textnatural textinformal text3 Which main idea does this detail support?Bees form highly organized societies in which every bee has a specific job.Ant stings can be dangerous to humans.Male ants are called “drones” and live only to reproduce.d. There are thousands of ant species in the world.Some insects are social species that live in large groups.4. If you know that the light from stars takes many years to reach the earth, and you read that the light we see is caused by the star exploding, you can make the inference that—stars burn much hotter than our sun does.many of the stars we see have already died out.telescopes only show us a small percentage of stars.none of the stars we can see now will be visible next year.5. What is an antonym for the word “clean”?emptyspotlessdirtysqueaky 6. Use the antonym in this sentence to figure out the meaning of the underlined word:Instead of elated, my cousin looked worried and sad.What does elated mean?brilliantslightly nervousextremely happyinteresting7. Read the paragraph below, look for the big ideaDrowning is a leading cause of death among very young children. In fact, drowning kills more children aged 1-4 years than anything else except birth defects. Of drowning victims who survive and are treated in emergency rooms, more than half are hospitalized. They often experience brain damage, which can cause memory problems, learning disabilities, or a permanent loss of basic functioning—a coma state. Swimmers can prevent drowning by learning swimming skills like floating, by wearing life vests, and by swimming under the supervision of parents, caregivers, or lifeguards who know cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).What main point does the author make about the dangers of drowning?Drowning victims may suffer from permanent injuries even if they survive.Drowning is a leading cause of death among children aged 1 – 4.The risk of drowning is very high for young children, but there are ways to protect them.Parents can prevent drowning by teaching their young children special swimming skills.8. If you wrote a summary of the paragraph below, which idea would NOT be part of the summary?Drowning is a leading cause of death among very young children. In fact, drowning kills more children aged 1-4 years than anything else except birth defects. Of drowning victims who survive and are treated in emergency rooms, more than half are hospitalized. They often experience brain damage, which can cause memory problems, learning disabilities, or a permanent loss of basic functioning—a coma state. Swimmers can prevent drowning by learning swimming skills like floating, by wearing life vests, and by swimming under the supervision of parents, caregivers, or lifeguards who know cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).what happens when someone drownsthe injuries that near drowning can causeways that people can prevent drowninghow risky swimming is for young children9. What is the climax of a play?the last scenethe main conflictthe first real eventthe most exciting point10. Read the following sentence. What is its implicit message?Some Americans have decided to travel to the middle of the country to see the next solar eclipse.The solar eclipse is something that everyone should see in his or her lifetime.The solar eclipse happens over just a few minutes, so it’s easy to miss.The solar eclipse can be most clearly seen from the middle of the country.The solar eclipse is the most popular night-time event in most parts of the country.11. What are the biggest parts of a play called?linesscenescharacters12. How could you correct the sentence fragment below?Bart and Marvin and their friends.Add a comma before the word “and.”Add “huddled behind a tree” after “friends.”Add “from school” after “friends.”Add “Terrified” before the word “Bart.”13. How could you correct the sentence fragment below?Spoke to my mother on the way to my room.Add “softly” after “spoke.”Add “own” before “room.”Add “I” to the beginning of the sentence.Make it longer.14. Read the sentence below, which states a main idea.The National Park Service preserves places where key events in American history happened.Which detail supports this main idea?Camping in a national park often feels very rugged because the park buildings are basic.National parks are also used to preserve wilderness areas for Americans to visit.Most Americans think that the National Park Service is about mountains and canyons—not museums.Ellis Island is now a national park with a museum dedicated to the history of immigration.15. Read the following sentence. What is its explicit message?Some Americans have decided to travel to the middle of the country to see the next solar eclipse.Some Americans are willing to miss work to see the solar eclipse.Some Americans are traveling to another place to watch the eclipse.It is a good year travel around the country looking at the sky.It is a good year to see a full solar eclipse from your home town.16. Which of the words below is an exception to this rule?For words ending with silent e, drop the e before adding a suffix beginning with a vowel, such as –ing, –ive, –able, or –er.bingeingtimelyrhymingreceiving17. Read the paragraph below. What detail helps show how the writer felt about learning to swim?I learned to swim when I was six years old. My mother took me to the local pool and left me there for an hour every week. At first, I was worried that I would not pass the class. I knew I would be embarrassed if I had to take it again the next summer. After a few weeks, though, I stopped worrying and started having fun with the other kids. The instructor let us play for a while every week after our lesson. Before I knew it, I could swim halfway across the pool.“I could swim halfway across”“The instructor let us play”“At first, I was worried”“started having fun with the other kids”18. Which of the following details would BEST support the message that smartphones are making cameras a thing of the past?Before the end of the decade, camera sales with catch up with phone sales.Smartphones allow people to save their pictures for a really long time.The cameras on most phones take clearer pictures than most cameras.Camera sales have dropped far behind sales of other technology tools.19. Read the paragraph below. What is the paragraph’s main message?I learned to swim when I was six years old. My mother took me to the local pool and left me there for an hour every week. At first, I was worried that I would not pass the class. I knew I would be embarrassed if I had to take it again the next summer. After a few weeks, though, I stopped worrying and started having fun with the other kids. The instructor let us play for a while every week after our lesson. Before I knew it, I could swim halfway across the pool.Learning to swim can be a very frightening experience.Learning to swim was easier than the writer thought it would be.Learning to swim is more fun when you have friends in the class.Learning to swim is something that everyone should do.20. What is the main idea of these two sentences?Of drowning victims who survive and are treated in emergency rooms, more than half are hospitalized. They often experience brain damage, which can cause memory problems, learning disabilities, or a permanent loss of basic functioning—a coma state.People who go swimming should expect to nearly drown at least once.People who learn to swim at a young age are less likely to drown.People who almost drown can also experience serious medical problems.People who fear drowning are more likely to land in a hospital.
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