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|What is this Article mainly about?
|Bubble tea, a sweet beverage typically made from tea, milk, ice, and tapioca pearls, originated in Taiwan in the 1980s but has now
become popular in the United States and many other places.
|Which is the closest synonym for the word conundrum, as it is used in the Article?
|Look at the events below. Which of these must have happened second?
|A combination drink and snack made by adding ice and tapioca pearls to a mixture of tea and milk or cream became a hit in
|Which of these is a statement of opinion?
|Bubble tea toppings like almond jelly and pudding are tastier than toppings like chia seeds and red beans because they are sweeter.
|Suppose Rosa wants to find out about bubble tea shops in the United States. She would find most of her information __.
|In an article entitled “Bubble Tea Takes America by Storm”
|Which two words are the closest synonyms?
|Amalgam and synthesis
|Which passage from the Article best supports the idea that bubble tea is now weaving its way into the fabric of American life?
|In fact, for many people, the fun, relaxing atmosphere is as much of a draw as the bubble tea itself. In Southern California, for
example, regular customers, especially high school and college students, go to their favorite bubble tea shop to hang out with friends,
play games, or study. For these young people, the shops are an important part of their social lives.
|The reader can infer from the Article that __.
|Ordering a cup of bubble tea can be a baffling experience, especially for those who have never ordered it before.