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Textual Inferences Quiz (ES 2, 3)

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    cc_profilecc.essay.v0p1qmd_computerscoredNo<p>Explain what an inference is in your own words.</p>100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1<p>Read the following passage from <em>Maus</em> by Art Spiegelman and then answer the question:</p> <p>"As soon as I came back to Czestochowa, she called - once a day...twice...every day we talked. And then she started writing to me such beautiful letters - almost nobody could write Polish like she wrote. I visited a couple times to her. She sent me a photo. I bought a very nice frame."</p> <p>What inference can be made about how the speaker feels about the girl?</p>He doesn't like her.He just wants to be friends with her.He is falling in love with her.4100cc_profilecc.essay.v0p1qmd_computerscoredNo<p>Read the passage again and answer the question that follows:</p> <p>"As soon as I came back to Czestochowa, she called - once a day...twice...every day we talked. And then she started writing to me such beautiful letters - almost nobody could write Polish like she wrote. I visited a couple times to her. She sent me a photo. I bought a very nice frame."</p> <p>Question: Provide two pieces of evidence from the passage to support your answer in question 2 and explain your reasoning.</p>100cc_profilecc.multiple_choice.v0p1<p>Read the following passage the answer the question:</p> <p>"And we came here to the concentration camp Auschwitz, and we knew that from here we will not come out anymore. We know the stories - that they will gas us and throw us in the ovens. This was 1944. We knew everything, and here we were."</p> <p>Which of the following statements is best supported by the passage?</p>The speaker is disheartened. The speaker is excited.The speaker is happy about where he is.6100cc_profilecc.essay.v0p1qmd_computerscoredNo<p>Read the following passage again:</p> <p>"And we came here to the concentration camp Auschwitz, and we knew that from here we will not come out anymore. We know the stories - that they will gas us and throw us in the ovens. This was 1944. We knew everything, and here we were."</p> <p>Provide two pieces of evidence from the text to support your answer in the previous question. Explain your reasoning.</p>100cc_profilecc.essay.v0p1qmd_computerscoredNo<p>As readers, why do we need to make inferences? Answer with the PEA method.</p>100