Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions Question
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In Asa's eyes, Rodney Reeves was a dreamboat. She had admired him from afar since the 6th grade. He seemed so nice to everyone and had the cutest smile. Although Asa wasn't quite sure what going steady meant, she knew that she wanted to go steady with Rodney. One day, she got the courage to write him a note to profess how much she liked him and how cute she thought he was. Asa gave her note to her friend Stacy for delivery because Stacy had science class with Rodney.
During lunch, Asa rushed into the lunchroom with high hopes and asked Stacy if Rodney had read her note. Stacy responded, Yeah, he read it alright! The jerk read it aloud to his friends, had a good laugh, and then ripped it up. Don t waste your time with him.
Shocked and heartbroken, Asa realized that her two-year crush had ended in disaster. I didn't think that he could be so cruel. I can't believe that anyone could be so cruel.
This experience will most likely keep Asa from:
- writing heartfelt notes in class.
- admiring people from afar.
- being polite to strangers.
- trusting Stacy with her notes.