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September 8, 1997

English Basics, No. 1

1. idea, beef common
3. Florida, Georgia proper
4. shoes, feet common
5. pepper, toast common
6. Denny's, Pizza Hut proper
7. Buick, Ford proper
8. dog, meatballs common
9. Danielle, Laura proper
10. cups, glasses common
11. snake, pocket common
12. Daryl, Motorola proper

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 1

1. 3 racquets
2. 16 miles
3. 6 crows
4. 3 years older
5. 37 dollars (\$ 37.00)
6. 3 red cars

1. empty
2. walked
3. teacher
4. politest
5. unpopular
6. why
7. clean
8. star
9. mean
10. hit
11. nice
12. bother
13. morning
14. note

Reference Skills, No. 1

1. A
2. B
3. D
4. A
5. C
Keys for September 15, 1997

English Basics, No. 2

1. Chevrolet
2. Ashley
3. Spain
4. Dell
5. Vermont
6. Donald
7. Andrew
8. Newsweek
9. Subaru
10. Sony
11. Lexington
12. Disneyland
13. Federal Express
14. Africa

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 2

1. \$ 24.00
2. \$ 13.25
3. \$ 1.00
4. \$ 1.25
5. \$ 9.17
6. Cheryl

1. winter
2. why
3. warm
4. comfortable
5. Christmas
6. favorite
7. white
8. great
9. Winter
10. announcement
11. Florida
12. expression

Reference Skills, No. 2

1. Up to about 7 ft. (A golden Guide, Venomous Animals,
Brodie)
2. Males are about 17 ft. (Microsoft Encarta 96)
3. Yes, they eat them.
4. As much as 9,900 lb. (Encarta)
5. The males of the smallest species, the bee hummingbird,

Keys for September 22, 1997

English Basics, No. 3

action being

1. Eating is
2. sprinkled are
3. called was
4. wrote is
5. chew am
6. believes are
7. ride were
8. want be
9. know are
10. said is
11. remember be
12. stepped was
13. sighed is
14. doubted was

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 3

1. 40
2. 100
3. 16
4. 221
5. 1644 1997 - 353 = 1644

1. Her favorite apple activity was picking apples. Key words are "above all".
2. 18 students
3. The print was small so that people would be less likely to notice it. Accept any answer that a
student can justify.
4. A refund is a return of the money that one paid for something.

Reference Skills, No.3

1. Australia
2. dry
3. neck
4. trust
5. maze

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Keys for September 29, 1997

English Basics, No. 4

1. he
2. She
3. them
4. it
5. you
6. they
7. we
8. her
9. us
10. him
11. I
12. me

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 4

1. 63 years old
2. 1927
3. Tina is 16 years older than Arnold.
4. 1976
5. 8 years old
6. 23 years old

1. Autumn (Accept any answer that the student can justify.)
2. The leaves have changed color. (Accept any answer that
the student can justify.)
4. Frost or light snow (Accept any answer that the student
can justify.)
5. Life goes on after aging, a metaphor for aging. As with
most questions, any answer is good if the student can express
a reason for that interpretation.
6. Personification gives human qualities to things that are
not human.

Reference Skills, No. 4

1. 1,000,000 ( one million)
2. candy
3. Germany
4. rodent
5. Trick Question - There is no cholesterol in any plant. No
vegetable oil contains cholesterol.
6. Nuku'alofa

Keys for October 6, 1997

English Basics, No. 5

1. rain, noun
2. rain, verb
3. You, pronoun
4. dance, verb
5. dance, noun
6. Albany, noun
7. it, pronoun
8. painting, verb
9. are, verb
10. been, verb
11. salamanders, noun
12. brought, verb
13. She, pronoun
14. them, pronoun
15. create, verb
16. He, pronoun

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 5

1. \$ 7.50
2. \$ 5.50
3. Laura paid \$ 2.20 more.
4. \$ 21.00
5. No additional money. He could have ordered the Burger
Combo.
6. \$ 4.45
7. \$ 1.25
8. Yes, he had fifty cents more than he needed.

1. The metaphor compares saying something thoughtful to
planting a seed in the sense that it will create good feelings
in the recipient. Presumably, that person might then be more
likely to treat others kindly, and so on.

Reference Skills, No. 5

1. It depends on which birds you compare. The American
robin edges out the northern cardinal by a little over an inch
in length. *
2. marten *
3. Swan, 45-50 years, as opposed to 25-30. **
4. Brood **
5. 1,800 acres, http://www.sandiegozoo.org/Wild/wild.html

* Based on information found in Microsoft Encarta.
** Writers Express, Great Source Education Group

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Keys for October 14, 1997

English Basics, No. 6

1. The, ugly, the, handsome, young
2. Many, fine, a, full
3. The, three,, red
4. grumpy, little, the, wrong
5. A, famous, the, entire
6. green, a, chilly
7. honest
8. unwise, a, nasty, a, hungry
9. Simple, a, short
10. The, large, the, angry
11. the, great
12. Chocolate, the, only

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 6

1. 2 (a half dollar and a dime)
2. 4 quarters (\$ 1.00)
3. 5 nickels and two pennies
4. 1 (a quarter)
5. 25 (all pennies)
6. \$ .22
7. 20 pennies
8. A dime

Suggested answers: (Give credit for original thought and the
child's justification of opinion.)

1. No. He was thrilled with the option to not do homework.
3. Yes. He was counting on the calculator. He smiled as the
game began.
4. Answers will vary. (Someone who really knows the facts
can say the answer before a calculator button can be
pressed.)

Reference Skills, No. 6

1. August 3, 1492
2. Over 4,000 http://www.fieldtrip.com/ny/83671010.htm
3. Milton S. Hershey http:/www/800hershey.com/park/
4. 20
5. Venus

Keys for October 20, 1997

English Basics, No. 7

1. puppy
2. She
3. Joyce
4. hamburgers
5. socks
6. word
7. cupcakes
8. Roses
9. It
10. storm
11. jacket
12. snake
13. We
14. crowd

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 7

1. 14 pounds
2. 2 bags
3. 4 more cards
4. 1,210 bats
5. Yes, he did have enough apples. There was one left over.
6. \$ 8.99

1. perfect
2. deep, clear
3. warmer
4. behaved, played
5. best
6. don't
7. sight
8. favorite
9. empty
10. forgot

Reference Skills, No. 7

1. D 2. B 3. A 4. A 5. B

Keys for October 27, 1997

English Basics, No. 8

1. always, when
2. politely, how
3. outside, where
4. never, when
5. casually, how
6. carefully, how
7. later, when
8. faster, how
9. silently, how
10. away, where
11. rarely, when
12. nearby, where
13. early, when

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 8

2. 9:00
3. 32
4. 36
5. 20 ounces
6. Yes

1. frightening
2. real
3. dangers
4. necessary
5. dark
6. see
7. yourself
8. visible
10. inspect

Reference Skills, No. 8

1. C 2. C 3. C 4. D 5. C

Keys for November 3, 1997

English Basics, No. 9

1. my, shoes
2. her, work
3. Our, opinion
4. theirs, prize
5. your, nose
6. His, mother
7. its, meal
8. mine, dog
9. hers, it
10. ours, cat
11. my, socks
12. their, tickets
13. yours, watch
14. his, shirt

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 9

1. 175 pounds
2. 2 (rolls)
3. 74
4. 121 (There are 9 extra crayons that duplicate a color.)
5. 1983
6. David (He got six more votes than Karin.)

1. C 2. A 3. C 4. C 5. A

Reference Skills, No. 9

1. D 2. A 3. D 4. C 5. B
Keys for November 10, 1997

English Basics, No. 10

1. noun
2. verb
5. verb
7. noun
8. noun
9. noun
10. adjective (It tells what kind of calls.)
11. verb
13. noun
14. verb
18. verb

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 10

1. 94
2. 28
3. They both have the same number of marbles. You would
multiply the 475 and 250 times each other to find out how
many marbles each has. Since it doesn't matter what order
factors are multiplied (commutative law), students don't have
to do the actual calculations to conclude that both amounts
are equal.
4. 248 (31 x 8)
5. C

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1. higher
2. pushing
3. Mud
4. can't
5. vehicle
6. off
7. prepared
8. driving

Reference Skills, No. 10

1. B 2. B 3. C 4. D 5. A 6. D

Keys for November 17, 1997

English Basics, No. 11

1. pans
2. men
3. classes
4. boxes
5. oxen
6. days
7. replies
8. hooves or hoofs
9. roofs
10. children
11. questions
12. churches
13. deer
14. women
15. kinds
16. mice
17. spies
18. brushes

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 11

1. 16 ounces (The units must be included in the answer. If
the question asked "How many ounces?" 16 would be
correct. Since it asked, "How much?" 16 is not enough
information.)
2. 2
3. 8 ounces
4. 261
5. 1,212
6. 36
7. 2
8. C

Answers will vary. Students should be given credit for how

1. He is opposed to it. He feels very strongly that it is
harmful.
2. He believes that the tobacco industry is greedy and
3. It relies on advertising that tries to make the practice seem
attractive. Ask students if they can think of some examples.
(Youthful models, enjoyable situations, etc.)
4. smart and strong
5. The poem refers to young people who become smoking
customers as others stop when the habit finally kills them.
6. cigarette
7. The tobacco industry and its products
8. Students might want to discuss a single point or the
overall theme.

Reference Skills, No. 11

1. A 2. D 3. C 4. B 5. C

Keys for November 24, 1997

English Basics, No. 12

1. Kim's singular
2. girls' plural
3. men's plural
4. Patty's singular
5. Jamie's singular
6. Maine's singular
7. Pilgrims' plural
8. deer's plural
9. deer's singular
10. table's singular

1. Herman's letter
2. babies' names
3. Kathy's it
4. brother's room
5. cat's toy
6. guppies' tank
7. Missy's guess
8. car's engine
9. Tim's this
10. announcer's meaning

1. Pete's
2. singers'
3. wolf's
4. wolves'
5. mall's
6. Ryan's
7. women's
8. woman's
9. Anthony's
10. party's

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 12

1. No
2. 12
3. 2
4. \$ 249.95
5. \$ 549.95

1. meaningful
2. don't
3. opportunity
4. religious
5. join
6. feast
7. apart
8. happy
9. money
10. year

Reference Skills, No. 12

1. 78 ft. (23.8 m)
2. No one is sure, but estimates are from 90 to 100 feet long.
A tennis court, including the unofficial playing area behind
the baselines, is about the same length. The Mayflower was
also about the same width as a singles tennis court.
Those who have never seen a replica of the Mayflower can
have an idea of its size by imagining it sitting snugly on a
tennis court.
3. Separatists (English Separatist Church)
4. 102
5. 35 ( According to an article in the Young Students
http://www.elibrary.com)

Keys for December 1, 1997

English Basics, No. 13

1. presents
2. uncle's
3. members'
4. children's
5. mouse
7. wishes
8. father's
9. boxes
10. puppies'
11. feet
12. cow
13. story's
14. leaves'
15. Mary's
16. customers
17. watches
18. boys'

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 13

1. 100
2. 1,925
3. \$ 31.41
4. Sam's Supermarket
5. 2 degrees (above zero)

1. publisher
2. sooner
3. charge
4. inexpensive
5. create
6. write
7. world
8. communication

Reference Skills, No. 13

1. D 2. D 3. C 4. C 5. B

Keys for December 8, 1997

English Basics, No. 14

1. for
2. under
3. with
4. at
5. beside
6. without
7. against
8. through
9. near
10. past
11. during
12. from
13. into
14. off
15. over

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 14

1. 672
2. 7
3. 16
4. 84
5. 179 (From December, 1997)
6. 7
7. 6

Reference Skills, No. 14

1. B
2. C
3. According to Microsoft Encarta, the use of Christmas
trees began in the early 17th century, in Strasbourg, France.
It spread from there through Germany, the country often
credited with beginning the custom.
4. D
5. December 6

Keys for December 15, 1997

English Basics, No. 15

1. beside pool
2. through halls
4. around corner
5. over dragon
6. in class
7. behind cow
8. into box
9. to Buffalo
10. beyond tomorrow
11. with sister
12. under couch
13. from Ontario
14. by tree

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 15

1. \$ 13.44
2. Five dollars ( \$ 5.00 )
3. \$ 29.98
4. Neither, they both bought the same number. ( 72 )
5. \$ 11.92
6. \$ 13.75
7. \$ 2.25

1. Opinion
2. - 4. Responses will vary.

Reference Skills, No. 15

1. B 2. A 3. A 4. A 5. A 6. C 7. A

Keys for January 5, 1998

English Basics, No. 16

1. dog
2. Christina
3. you
4. neighbors
5. porcupine
6. friends
7. Anthony
8. storm
9. cows
10. team
11. cities
12. Nora
13. eagle
14. We
15. Karen

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 16

1. 18
2. 3
3. 20
4. 4
5. 9
6. 8
7. 700
8. D

1. 9
2. 4
3. - 4. Answers will vary.

Reference Skills, No. 16

1. The varying, or snowshoe hare - Source: North American
on.net/windsor.htm
on.net/windsor.htm
http://www.ibm.com
5. It is funded by the Georgia Lottery for Education. Source:
http://www.OSR.State.Ga.US/

Keys for January 12, 1998

English Basics, No. 17

1. wears
2. fell
3. is
4. put
5. played
6. bought
8. (Did) like
9. move
10. are
11. announced
12. crept
13. sailed
14. was

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 17

1. 4
2. 120
3. \$ 8.90
4. \$ 1.78
5. \$ 6.94
6. 128
7. 16
8. Divide the number by 4.

Answers will vary. Certainly, Reverend King's nonviolent
but effective approach to fighting racism is important.

Reference Skills, No. 17

1. B
2. D
3. C
4. A
5. A
6. D
7. D
8. C
9. A

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Keys for January 20, 1998

English Basics, No. 18

1. I
2. me
3. I
4. me
5. I
6. me
7. me
8. I
9. I
10. I
11. me
12. me

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 18

1. 85
2. 91
3. 5
4. 14 years old
5. 2

Important: A revised version of this worksheet was uploaded
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1. false
2. true
3. true
4. true
5. false
6. false
7. true
8. true

Reference Skills, No. 18

1. C
2. D
3. A
4. C
5. A
6. D
7. A
8. B
9. C
10. B

Keys for January 26, 1998

English Basics, No. 19

1. interrogative
2. declarative
3. imperative
4. exclamatory
5. exclamatory
6. interrogative
7. imperative
8. declarative
9. declarative
10. interrogative
11. exclamatory
12. declarative
13. imperative
14. interrogative
15. ?
16. !
17. .
18. .
19. ?
20. .

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 19

1. 80
2. 3
3. \$ 7.50
4. 6
5. 11

1 B 2 A 3 D 4 D 5 D

Reference Skills, No. 19

1. executive
2. 8 (two four year terms)
3. the vice president
4. A majority of both houses of Congress must confirm
(approve) the nomination.
5. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew had resigned. Ford was
appointed vice president (See no. 4.) and became president
when President Richard M. Nixon resigned.

Keys for February 2, 1998

English Basics, No. 20

1. past
2. present
3. future
4. future
5. present
6. past
7. present
8. past
9. present
10. future
11. past
12. past
13. present
14. future
15. future
16. present
17. past
18. past
19. present
20. past

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 20

1. Great-Mart is \$ .13 less per can.
2. Jeff's final score was 27 seconds.
Tina's final score was 25 seconds.
Tina was the winner.
3. \$ 50.97
4. 42 days, 1,008 hours

Here are some acceptable answers. There may be others.

2. better
3. school
4. floor
5. don't
6. cool, great, wonderful
7. talk
8. tears

Reference Skills, No. 20

1. January 1, 2001 The year 2000 is the last year of the
twentieth century.
2. 4
3. B
4. 1,000
Keys for February 9, 1998

English Basics, No. 21

1. future
2. future
3. past
4. past
5. present
6. present
7. present
8. past
9. past
10. future
11. future
12. present
13. present
14. past
15. present
16. future
17. present
18. past
19. future
20. past

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 21

1. 576
2. 5
3. 20
4. 540
5. \$ 80.00

1. True
2. False
3. False
4. False
5. True
6. True
7. False
8. False

Reference Skills, No. 21

1. Abraham Lincoln
2. George Washington
3. Both
4. George Washington
5. Neither
6. George Washington
7. George Washington
8. Both
9. Both
10. Abraham Lincoln

Keys for February 23, 1998

English Basics, No. 22

1. present perfect
2. past perfect
3. future perfect
4. past perfect
5. present perfect
6. future perfect
7. present perfect
8. past perfect
9. present perfect
10. future perfect
11. present perfect
12. past perfect
13. future perfect
14. present perfect
15. past perfect
16. past perfect
17. past perfect
18. future perfect
19. present perfect
20. present perfect

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 22

1. 48
2. \$ 38.00
3. 2,304
4. 48
5. 0

Answers will vary. Students should cite evidence in the
selection to support their opinions.

Reference Skills, No. 22

1. both
2. both
3. Thomas Alva Edison
4. Alexander Graham Bell
5. Alexander Graham Bell
6. Thomas Alva Edison
7. Thomas Alva Edison
8. Thomas Alva Edison
9. both
10. neither

Keys for March 2, 1998

English Basics, No. 23

1. simple past
2. past progressive
3. past perfect
4. simple present
5. present perfect
6. present progressive
7. simple future
8. future progressive
9. future perfect
10. simple past
11. simple future
12. simple present
13. past progressive
14. future progressive
15. present progressive
16. past perfect
17. present perfect
18. future perfect
19. present perfect
20. simple past
21. simple future
22. present progressive
23. simple present
24. past perfect
25. past progressive

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 23

1. June
2. Thursday and Saturday
3. Tuesday
4. April
5. Mars

1. behavior
2. top
3. doesn't
4. job
5. know
6. other
7. enough
8. believe
9. trust
10. say

Reference Skills, No. 23

1. D
2. A
3. A
4. C
5. A
6. D
7. D
8. C

Keys for March 9, 1998

English Basics, No. 24

1. seen
2. saw
3. seen
4. ssw
5. seen
6. saw
7. ssaw
8. seen
9. saw
10. saw
11. seen
12. seen
13. seen
14. saw
15. seen
16. saw
17. saw
18. saw
19. saw
20. ssaw

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 24

1. 2,000
2. Antarctica
3. 47
4. 170
5. Arizona

1. succeeds
2. wild
3. respect
4. stop
5. doing
6. important
7. switch
8. famous
9. locked

Reference Skills, No. 24

Information source: Reader's Digest North American Wildlife

1. A
2. A
3. C
4. D
5. B

Keys for March 16, 1998

English Basics, No. 25

1. done
2. did
3. done
4. did
5. done
6. done
7. did
8. did
9. done
10. did
11. did
12. done

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 25

1. 60
2. 65
3. 12
4. 156
5. numerator

1. C
2. C
3. B
4. D
5. B

Reference Skills, No. 25

1. C
2. A
3. D
4. D
5. A

Keys for March 23, 1998

English Basics, No. 26

1. an
2. a
3. an
4. a
5. an
6. a
7. A
8. An
9. an
10. a
11. an
12. an
13. a
14. an
15. A
16. a
17. An
18. an
19. a
20. an

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 26

1. \$ 659.00
2. 500
3. 2 years old
4. \$ 4.15

Responses will vary.

Reference Skills, No. 26

1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D
5. D

Keys for March 30, 1998

English Basics, No. 27

1. they're
2. There
3. their
4. there
5. their
6. they're
7. their
8. there
9. There
10. they're
11. there
12. their
13. there
14. their
15. There
16. their
17. they're
18. they're
19. there
20. their

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 27

1. \$ 175.15
2. \$ 239.40
3. 8
4. \$ 1.80
5. 1983

1. spring
2. window
3. beautiful
4. events
5. morning
6. you
7. rodent
8. caught

Reference Skills, No. 27

1. A
2. D
3. A
4. C

Keys for April 6, 1998

English Basics, No. 28

1. It's
2. its
3. it's
4. it's
5. It's
6. its
7. it's
8. its
9. It's
10. its
11. its
12. it's
13. its
14. it's
15. its
16. it's
17. its
18. its
19. its
20. it's

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 28

1. 48
2. 10,800 (\$ 10,800.00) The number without the dollar sign
or decimal point is correct, because the question was not
"how much money?" it was, "how many dollars?"
3. Saturday
4. 8 hours
5. 40 miles

1. The media is focusing on a very small number of
criminals in a way that gives a falsely negative impression of
young people. (Accept any interpretation that the student can
justify by citing passages from the poem.)
2. Answers and opinions will vary.
3. The author has a high opinion of most young people.

Reference Skills, No. 28

1. D
2. D
3. C
4. A
5. D

Keys for April 27, 1998

English Basics, No. 29

1. Barry: These glasses cannot be broken!
2. Cassey: Are these coins yours?
3. Jeffrey: I put the dishes in the sink.
4. Jill: How many times do I have to tell you the story?
5. Stephen: I'll never let you down.
6. Jessica: I'm not afraid of the dark! Why do you think I
am?
7. Sasha: The cat shouldn't mistreat me just because I'm a
dog.
9. Miss Painkins: Never think that I will forget this outrage!
10. Bob: This stock will double in a month.

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 29

1. 57
2. \$ 1.59
3. \$ .40
4. Store B had the better sale. Store A was giving a discount
that was 46% in effect. Example: A 100 dollar item would be
discounted 40% to 60 dollars. Ten percent of 60 is 6, so the
final cost would be 54 dollars. The same item in Store B
would cost 53 dollars.

Any answer is acceptable if the student can justify it with
reference to statements in the poem. Some possible answers:
An author, a reader, a dreamer.

Reference Skills, No. 29

1. A 2. B 3. B 4. C 5. A

Keys for May 4, 1998

English Basics, No. 30

1. Mr. Mouse: I believe that the cat has hostile intentions.
2. Tiffany: I already washed the dog. But you can brush her
if you want.
3. Bruce: Your room is still a mess!
4. Kristy: How much longer before we get there?
5. Bob: I don't mind doing the laundry. It's just the folding I
dislike.
6. Adam: This computer should work fine.
8. Shawn: Here's a dollar for you, and here's a dollar for me.

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 30

1. 30% voted no.
2,996 voted yes.
1,284 voted no.
2. \$ 17.01
3. \$ 402.00
4. They're both the same, 18.

Reference Skills, No. 30

1. B 2. A 3. A 4. D 5. B

Keys for May 11, 1998

English Basics, No. 31

1. When Monkeys Cry
2. A Hole in Time
3. Looking for Excuses
4. In the Best Way We Know
5. Fast and Tasty Meals
6. Animals of the City
7. Airplanes
8. Right or Wrong
9. If Cabbage Could Only Sing
10. Famous Acting Tuna Fish
11. Walking to My Farm
12. How to Spend Money
13. The President's Dog
14. The Magic Planet

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 31

1. 5
2. Nancy walks three more miles each week.
3. 11
4. 12
5. 325 miles
6. 5
7. 10
8. 9

Responses will vary.

Reference Skills, No. 31

1. D 2. B 3. B 4. A 5. A 6.D 7. C 8. A

Keys for May 18, 1998

English Basics, No. 32

1. An Egg in an Orange
2. Tremor Trusts a Tree
3. Working at Home
4. Too Much Gas
5. When an Ape Owns Ants
6. The Time Is Wrong
7. Boys and Kites
8. Just for You
9. Never Talk to an Onion
10. Don't Snore in the Rain
11. It Came From Under the Couch
12. Why You Should Eat Insects
13. Running at the Track
14. A Lizard on My Salad

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 32

1. \$ 1.50
2. 82
3. 82
4. 6
5. \$ 46.00

Responses will vary.

Reference Skills, No. 32

1. B 2. A 3. B 4. D 5. D 6.A 7. C 8. C

Keys for June 1, 1998

English Basics, No. 33

1. good
2. well
3. well
4. good
5. good
6. well
7. well
8. good
9. well
10. good

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 33

1. 0
2. 7
3. 353
4. 4

1. Miss Joan and Charlton
2.-3. Responses will vary.

Reference Skills, No. 33

1. D 2. C 3. A 4. B 5. D

Keys for June 8, 1998

English Basics, No. 34

1. You prefer chocolate; we prefer vanilla.
2. They destroyed the note; they didn't want you to know
the truth.
3. Kerri entered the contest; she won easily.
4. Your pet elephant is annoying; it keeps stepping on my
toes.

2. The speech was long; it seemed to go on forever.
3. Ann's future is bright; you made it happen.
4. Sam's manner is rough; his heart is warm.
5. Winter arrived; Jessica left.

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 34

1. 144
2. 5
3. 400
4. 7
5. 5,184

Reading Comprehension, No. 34 will be dated June 11.

Reference Skills, No. 34

1. B 2. D 3. B 4. A 5. B Source: Reader's Digest
North American Wildlife

Keys for June 15, 1998

English Basics, No. 35

1. 6
2. 4
3. 6
4. 5
5. Anne photographed a dog house, two muddy children,
tropical birds, her new car, and Patrick's pet cat.

or

Anne photographed a dog house, two muddy children,
tropical birds, her new car and Patrick's pet cat.

Mathematics Problem Solving, No. 35

1. Minnesota
2. Oklahoma
3. Idaho
4. Nova Scotia
5. Sydney (capital of New South Wales)

light of how well student justifies it.

1. It exists in his/her mind.
2. In a classroom.
4. This question could be answered during discussion or by
having students write compositions.

Reference Skills, No. 35

1. B 2. A 3. D 4. A 5. C Source: Reader's Digest
North American Wildlife

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