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Compare means to
a) tell how two or more things are alike b) tell how two or more things are unlike c) tell how two or more things are different d) tell how two or more things are dissimilar
Contrast means to
a) tell how two or more things are alike b) tell how two or more things are related c) tell how two or more things are different d) tell how two or more things are similar
When reading to compare and contrast two items you should look for signal words such as all of the following except:
a) Similar b) Also c) But d) Where
Birthdays in the U.S. and Norway both have
a) Cake b) Songs c) Piñatas d) Butter
What word in the third paragraph signals a contrast?
a) Like b) Important c) Instead d) Both
What makes Mexico’s birthday celebration different from other countries?
a) Songs b) Piñatas c) Cake d) Flowers
According to the passage, which countries celebrate with birthday songs?
a) Mexico and Norway b) Israel and Norway c) Mexico and Canada d) Israel and Canada
According to the passage, one way all the celebrations described are alike is that in each country,
a) Children eat sweets b) A song is sung c) Children celebrate at school d) Having fun is the most important thing
The article does not mention sweets or dessert being eaten to celebrate birthdays in
a) Israel b) Mexico c) United States d) Russia
What do celebrations in Canada and Israel have in common?
a) Good-luck wishes b) Flowers and plants c) Sweets and desserts d) Chairs to lift people on
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