Vocabulary Comprehension Grammar Author's Purpose ?????

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What is clutch
This word means to grasp; hold...

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What is her home on Earth was sunny and had blue skies and her home on Venus is always dark and rainy.
This is how Margot's home on Earth is different from her home on Venus.

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What is SHE ; MARGOT
IDENTIFY THE PERSONAL PRONOUN IN THIS SENTENCE AND THE NOUN IT REPLACES: When Margot talked about the sun, she came to life.

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What is he wants to create a mood
What do the details in this passage tell you about the author's purpose? It had been raining for seven years; thousands upon thousands of days compounded and filled from one end to the other with rain, with the drum and gush of water.

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What is he shoves her and tells her the sun will not shine.
This is how William shows disrespect to Margot

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What is frail
This word means weak; not strong...

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What is she can remember the sun but her classmates cannot.
This is the major difference between Margot and her classmates.

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What is THEM; CHILDREN
IDENTIFY THE PERSONAL PRONOUN IN THIS SENTENCE AND THE NOUN IT REPLACES: The children waited for the sun to shine on them.

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What is to inform.
WHAT IS THE AUTHOR'S PURPOSE IN THIS PASSAGE? There was talk that her father and mother were taking her back to Earth next year; it seemed vital to her that they do so, though it would mean the loss of thousands of dollars to her family.

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What is SIMILE
The children pressed to each other like so many roses, so many weeds... THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF A...

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What is A: It was vital to Margot to return to Earth.
Which of the following sentences uses the word vital correctly? a. It was vital to Margot to return to Earth. b. The sky was a vital shade of blue. c. The jungle grew to a vital size.

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What is they had never seen it themselves.
This is why the children did not believe Margot in the beginning about the sun...

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What is HER; MARGOT
IDENTIFY THE PERSONAL PRONOUN IN THIS SENTENCE AND THE NOUN IT REPLACES: The students locked Margot in the closet and forgot about her.

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What is to inform.
WHAT IS THE AUTHOR'S PURPOSE IN THIS PARAGRAPH? "And this was the way life was forever on the planet Venus and this was the schoolroom of the children of the rocket men and women who had come to a raining world to set up civilization and live out their lives."

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What is A METAPHOR
I think the sun is a flower... WHAT IS THIS AN EXAMPLE OF?

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What is tumultuously
This word means noisily and violently

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What is she experiences the shower the same way she experiences the constant rain.
Why did Margot react the way she did to the shower?

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What is IT; SUN
IDENTIFY THE PERSONAL PRONOUN IN THIS SENTENCE AND THE NOUN IT REPLACES: When the sun came out, it made the children happy.

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What is to teach people to be sesitive to others who are different. "treat others how you want to be treated"
This is one of Bradbury's purposes for writing this story.

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What is intermixed
FINISH THE ANALOGY: One person is to separate as crowd is to...

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What is B: The child regained her self-control after being teased.
Which example describes something or someone that is resilient? a. The forest grew extremely quiet when the rains stopped. b. The child regained her self-control after being teased. c. The children's footprints were soon washed away by the rain.

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What is she is excited about seeing the sun too and forgets to check.
Why doesn't the teacher check to see if all the students are there for the sun?

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What is B: THEY
Which sentence from “All Summer in a Day” contains a personal pronoun used as a subject? a. Margot stood apart from them. b. But then they always awoke to the tatting drum. c. The children put their hands to their ears.

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What is A. B. and D.
How does the author inform us that the children feel guilty that Margot didn't get to see the sun? A. They cannot look into each other's eyes. B. Their faces are solemn and pale. C. They run around in the sun. D. They look at their hands and feet.

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What is when it stops raining the children are excited and happy and playing outside....when it begins to rain again the children become sad and miserable.
This is how the change in weather affect the children's mood...

All Summer in a Day - Ray Bradbury

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