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Reading Plus Answers Level I

Conquering Pain What is the central idea of this selection? Modern anesthesia means people no longer need to suffer from their disease rather than… Read this excerpt from the selection. The overall tone in this excerpt is best described as… Optimistic… Read these two excerpts from the selection. What is the author’s main purpose for…  …

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Reading Plus Answers Level F

The Treasures of Asgard Q. What is the main idea of the selection?… Ans: A noted trickster uses his mischievous spirit to get himself into and out of trouble… Q. What does the phrase “give me my fill” mean in this excerpt?… Ans: To satisfy hunger with food… Q. By eating the apples of Idun, …

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Reading Plus Answers Level K

Following are all the answers to some of the stories of Level K found in Reading Plus. Cycling Capital of the World Q. What is the main idea of this selection? A. Making cities more bike-friendly has become increasingly popular… Q. According to the selection, what are two drawbacks to taking a taxi to travel …

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Reading Plus Answers Level M

The Cost of the Games This selection root causesThe author… InadequancyChoose the two Unlike the world, Individual citiesPut these Sydney, Athens, bejing,LondonAccording to this an African American athleteRead this sentence People are willing The author suggests a minor attraction According to the selection -to foster good sportsmanship -to prevent political and commercial Read this excerpt …

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Reading Plus Answers Level J

Fact Or Fiction What is the main idea? Urban legends arise when …Put these events in order (1) Pop rocks are marketed (2) An urban Legend spreads (3) A company Changes (4) Pop rocks are backWhy do many people feel compelled to tell cautionary types of urban legends like that of ” Pop Rocks and …

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Reading Plus Answers Level H

Building a better tomb 1. There many theories 2.Hhow they were 3. Stone, so much stronger 4. Engineers,bedrock,dimensions 5. Were trying 6. Intelligent 7. Workers who, massive numbers 8. Built along 9. Uncovered graves 10. Its slope 11. Amazement 12. Many theories 13. Eiffel Tower 14. Strong,, imported wood //   Body Art how people …

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Reading Plus Answers Level E

ESOL Accept: to receive. Copper: a reddish-brown metal. Hire: to give someone a job. Opposite: very different from. Responsible: trustworthy; reliable. Acid: a substance that increases the hydrogen ion concentration of a solution. Correct: right. Host: someone who throws a party, entertains others in their home. Ordinary: with no special or distinctive features; normal. Revolve: …

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Reading Plus Answers Level G

A Unique Talent Q. This selection is mainly about the… A: Development of beatboxing over the centuries… Q. Put these musical artists in the order in which they appeared in history, starting with the earliest… Ans 1: French troubadours…  Ans 2: North Indian musicians…  Ans 3: Barbershop quartets…   Ans 4: Jazz scatters… Q. From this excerpt, you …

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Reading Plus Answers Level A

How the Spider Came to Be   1. This story is a myth. Often, a myth may teach a lesson. The main lesson in this story is: ‘too much pride can be a bad thing.’ 2. According to the story, Arachne was: ‘a young woman.’ 3. The great weaver in the story is a goddess. Why is …

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