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1A Why do business owners most likely cover their stores with tarps?
a) To show that the businesses are closed for the day
b) To indirectly state they don't approve of the annual event
c) To help provide targets for people in the festival
d) To keep their stores from getting sticky and messy

1B. Why did the young people most likely grab tomatoes so long ago?
a) They did not like tomatoes.
b) They owned a farmer's stand.
c) They needed something close and easy to throw.
d) They knew tomatoes would upset people the most.

1C. Why do people most likely come to Bunol in August?
a) To see fireworks
b) To make new friends
c) To have a lot of fun
d) To be in a parade

2A. Based on this passage, why were the experts worried about how R2 would perform in outer space?
a) They did not think that the robot's head cameras would provide clear images.
b) There was concern that the batteries in the backpack would not last long enough.
c) On the ISS, the robot was not functioning under the power of the earth's gravity.
d) Robots were known for having problems with space walks in outer space.

2B. Which statement would make the best conclusion for this passage?
a) R2 just might go where no man- or robot-has ever gone before.
b) Next, R21 will learn how to climb without having to use its hands.
c) The cameras in R2's head can send images back to NASA for observation.
d) Since there is no gravity on the space station, R2 had to be reprogrammed.

2C. Based on this passage, which of the following statements is most likely true?
a) The ISS staff resents having a robot on board with them.
b) R2 has been designed with cutting edge technology.
c) The Discovery shuttle will not be making very many more voyages.
d) The robot will not be ready to be helpful to the ISS for many years yet.

3A. Why do you think people would want to try staying in the anechoic chamber?
a) They are curious to see what it is like to be surrounded by total silence.
b) They are hoping to break the world's record for being in the room.
c) They are testing the sound quality of their various products.
d) They are weary of the sounds of traffic and people around them.

3B. Which of the following is a conclusion that can be drawn about this passage?
a) The world is such a noisy place that it damages people's hearing.
b) Minnesota is a much quieter city than most large cities in other states.
c) The sounds of breathing and the heart beating are louder then some believe.
d) People struggle to cope with profound silence because they are not used to it.

3C. What is the most likely reason people struggle to stay in the chamber for very long?
a) They are bored because they have nothing to do.
b) They are confused by the sound of their breathing and heart beating.
c) They are uncomfortable with the lack of sound since it is so unfamiliar.
d) They are so relaxed from the quiet and dark that they start getting sleepy.

If the werewolves are not out, then the moon is not full. From this statement, one might infer which of the following:
a) If the werewolves are out, then the moon is full.
b) If the moon is full, then the werewolves are not out.
c) If the moon is not full, then the werewolves are out.
d) If the moon is full, then the werewolves are howling.

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