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Old 17th March 2016, 03:25 PM
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Default Re: Sample Questions For Reading Comprehension

The Reading Comprehension section contains reading passages and questions about the passages. The questions are about information that is stated or implied in the passage and about some of the specific words in the passages.

The questions in this group are based on the content of a passage. After reading the passage, choose the best answer to each question. Answer all questions following the passage on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage.

Here I’m giving you some reading comprehension questions:

1. What time will the festival begin?
10 A.M.
11 A.M.
1 P.M.
2 P.M.

2. In line 2, the word feature is closest in meaning to _______.
Look
Keep
Include
Entertain

3. What job will be done the day before the festival begins?
Making posters
Setting up the gym
Cleaning up the gym
Helping the performers

4. Who is told to talk to Ms. Braxton?
Parents
Students
Teachers
Performers

Questions 5–11 refer to the following story.

"Did you see that?" Joe said to his friend Bill. "You're a great shooter!"
Bill caught the basketball and bounced it before throwing it again. The ball flew into
the net.
"Bill, you never miss!" Joe said admiringly.
5 "Unless I'm in a real game," Bill complained. "Then I miss all the time."
Joe knew that Bill was right. Bill performed much better when he was having fun
with Joe in the school yard than he did when he was playing for the school team in front
of a large crowd.
"Maybe you just need to practice more," Joe suggested.
10 "But I practice all the time with you!" Bill objected. He shook his head. "I just can't
play well when people are watching me."
"You play well when I'm watching," Joe pointed out.
"That's because I've known you since we were five years old," Bill said with a smile. "I'm just not
comfortable playing when other people are around."
15 Joe nodded and understood, but he also had an idea.
The next day Joe and Bill met in the school yard again to practice. After a few minutes, Joe
excused himself.
"Practice without me," Joe said to his friend. "I'll be back in a minute."
Joe hurried through the school building, gathering together whomever he could find—two
20 students, a math teacher, two secretaries, and a janitor.
When Joe explained why he needed them, everyone
was happy to help.
Joe reminded the group to stay quiet as they all
went toward the school's basketball court. As Joe
25 had hoped, Bill was still practicing basketball. He
made five baskets in a row without noticing the
silent people standing behind him.
"Hey, Bill!" Joe called out finally.
Bill turned. A look of surprise came over his
30 face.
"I just wanted to show you that you could play
well with people watching you," Joe said. "Now
you'll have nothing to worry about for the next
game!"

5. What would be the best title for the story?
Joe Joins the Team
Practice Makes Perfect
Bill Wins the Big Game
Bill's Basketball Problem

6. In line 6, the word performed is closest in meaning to _______.
Acted
Played
Moved
Changed

7. Why is Bill upset?
He plays better in practice than he does during games.
The school yard is not a good place to practice.
Joe watches him too closely when he plays.
His team loses too many games.

8. Why does Bill play well when Joe is watching him?
He is comfortable with Joe.
Joe tells him how to play better.
He does not know that Joe is there.
He wants to prove to Joe that he is a good player.

9. Why does Joe decide to gather a group of people?
Because he wants more players for his team
Because he wants to help Bill feel less nervous
Because he wants to show them his talent
Because he wants more people to see the next game

10. At the end of the story, all of the following people watch Bill practice EXCEPT _____.
Joe
A janitor
A math teacher
The basketball coach

11. Why does the group have to be quiet when they go to the basketball court?

Because Joe is telling Bill what to do
Because they do not want Bill to know they were there
Because Bill likes to practice alone
Because the group needs to listen to Joe’s instructions
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