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|What is this Article mainly about?
|Just like today’s social media users who post messages on cyber walls, the denizens of the ancient Roman city of Pompeii posted messages on actual walls that survived for millennia after being buried in the rock and ash from the eruption of nearby volcano, Mount Vesuvius.
|Which of these is a statement of opinion?
|It’s advantageous for historical scholars to direct their studies of Pompeian messages to ones concerning political endorsements and advice.
|The author’s purpose for writing this passage was to __.
|describe both the reason for the destruction of the city of Pompeii and the reason that it remained so well
|Which is the closest synonym for the word demise?
|Suppose Camila wants to find out about the daily lives of the people who lived in Pompeii before its
destruction. She would find most of her information __.
|in a TV program titled “Everyday Life in the City of Pompeii”
|In this passage, the word denizen means __.
|a person who lives in or is often found in a particular place
|Which passage from the Article best supports the idea that modern-day Facebook users have something in
common with people who scrawled messages on walls in ancient Pompeii?
|So what messages did Pompeians write, exactly? In many ways, they were the same kinds of messages
people write today on social media—opinions, grievances, pronouncements of love, consumer reviews,
political endorsements, recommendations, advertisements, and advice.
|Which information is not in the Article?
|Where the many residents of Pompeii fled to when they escaped the city