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|1.||Read the story and choose the correct answer!|
There’s a friend I’ve known since I was a child. I was at his house when he got this absolutely horrible stomach ache when he was six. His whole body writhed in pain. He was in so much pain that his mom took him to the doctor, who looked at him and told her to take him straight to the ER. Her biggest concern was an intestinal rupture. As we were driving to the hospital, he unleashed the loudest, most powerful fart I have ever heard. I thought the seat upholstery had ripped. “I’m feeling better now! I feel all better now!” he said to his mom after about 30 seconds of intense farting.
What is the story about?
|2.||“His whole body writhed in pain.”|
|Which word can replace the word “writhed”?|
|3.||“He was in so much pain that his mom took him to the doctor, who looked at him and told her to take him straight to the ER.”|
|What can be inferred from this part of the story?|
|4.||“As we were driving to the hospital, he unleashed the loudest, most powerful fart I have ever heard. I thought the seat upholstery had ripped.”|
|Why did the writer say this?|
|5.||‘”I’m feeling better now! I feel all better now!” he said to his mom after about 30 seconds of intense farting.’|
|After reading this last part, what can be concluded from the story?|
|1.||Don’t go see that movie! People say that it’s a comedy, but I think it is just _____ awful. It was a waste of time and money.|
|2.||I bet she is going to say that this decoration is really ugly. It’s really not that bad, but I don’t think it matches our client’s taste.|
|What adjectives can replace the phrases in bold?|
|3.||You won’t need a jacket. It’s _______ outside. Look, I’m positively sweating. What extreme adjective is appropriate for this sentence?|
|4.||“Whiteboards are quite remarkable”|
|What kind of joke is this an example of?|
|5.||Did you watch his show last night? It was so hilarious, even my dad cracked up!|
|What does the idiom mean?|