Practice Test 5: One-Eye, Two-Eyes, Three- Eyes
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Practice Test 5: One-Eye, Two-Eyes, Three-Eyes
Question #1: Two-Eyes is most like which of these well-known story characters?
Question #2: Which two words best describe Two-Eyes?
Clue: You can learn about a character from what she says and does.
Question #3: What happened just after the strange-looking woman spoke to Two-Eyes?
Clue: Go back to the beginning of the story to find the answer.
Question #4: The author's main purpose in this passage is to___________________.
Clue: Think about P-I-E Persuade, Inform, Entertain.
Question #5: Two-Eyes sang a song that put One-Eye to sleep. Why didn’t the song put Three-Eyes to sleep?
Question #6: The passage says,

“Two-Eyes, who adored the little goat, went home heartbroken.”

Use the thesaurus entry below to choose the best synonym for adored.

adore • love, respect, worship, admire
Question #7: Which saying best states the theme of this passage?

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