Forever Friends (1)
Forever Friends (2)
We Must See the Queen (1)
We Must See the Queen (2)
Mixed
100

What is an antonym for the word "combined"? 

Separated 

100

Complete the sentence with the missing word:

Ivy felt _________ because her classmates made fun of her Halloween costume. 

embarrassed 

100

Why are Laura and Maria excited at the beginning of the story?

They are going to see Queen Victoria. 

100
What is a once-in-a-lifetime experience?

A rare, special event that only happens once in a person's life. Laura and Mariah are excited to see Queen Victoria because seeing her coronation is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Also, Queen Victoria at the time was the most famous woman in the world. 

100

What does "having a ball" mean?

Example: Jack and Jane were having a ball together. 

To have a lot of fun doing something. 

200

Which is NOT an example of how Jack and Jane show their friendship?
a. Jane cares for Jack when he is sick. 

b. They play together at the park.

c. Jack shares his lunch with Jane. 

d. They tease other kids at school.

d. They tease other kids at school.

200

What does the narrator say about friendship at the beginning of the story?

Friendship is more precious than gold.

200

Who is clumsy, Laura or Mariah?

Mariah is clumsy. Because of this, Laura tells Mariah to lift her dress up so it does not touch the floor while they run through the butcher shop. 

200

How are Laura and Maria able to watch the parade? 

They climb a tree near the parade route. 

200

On what day was Queen Victoria's coronation?

June 28, 1838. 

300

Complete the sentence with the missing word:

Charlie ______ in the corner because his mom told him he was not allowed to play video games for a week. 

sulked 

300

What does "prospect" mean? 

the possibility or likelihood of something happening in the future 

300

What is the main problem Laura and Mariah have in the story?

They are worried that they will miss the parade. 

300

What does the phrase "a piece of cake mean" ?

Example: The test will be a piece of cake.

Easy 

300

What does "imperiously" mean?

To say something imperiously means to say it in a bossy or commanding way. 

400

Why do the other kids try to separate Jack and Jane?

They are jealous of their friendship. 

400

From whose point of view is the story being told?

An outside observer (3rd person narration).

400

What does the word "roar" mean?

Example in a sentence: They heard the roar of the crowd.

Cheers. 

400

The girls agree to keep running through the butcher shop a secrete. What is another secrete Laura has? 

She wishes to someday become an actress. 

400

What does Jane do when Jack gets braces?

She tells him jokes and makes him laugh. 

500
What causes Jane to worry about her friendship with Jack? 
Her mother gets a job in a new town. 
500

What two lines from the story reveals that it is a story about two best friends?

"From that day on / Jack and Jane were not parted" (paragraph 5)

500

Why did the author write this story?

To describe what it might have been like to see the newly crowed Queen Victoria. 

500

What can you infer about the girls' decision to keep their shortcut through the butcher shop a secrete? 

They are not allowed to run through the butcher shop. 

500

How do Jack and Jane become friends?

Jane protects Jack from three bullies. 

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