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Grade 8 :: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions by ReadingMatters

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Based on this text, which statement most likely reflects the author'€™s conclusion about diet fads?
  1. Following a healthy diet is essential for everyone.
  2. There are advantages and disadvantages to every diet.
  3. Diet books often sell very well and make a profit for their authors.
  4. News reporters consider food regimens extremely important issues.
Grade 8 :: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions by shelleygeorge
A lady in a faded gingham dress and her husband, dressed in a homespun threadbare suit, stepped off the train in Boston, and walked timidly without an appointment into the president's outer office. The secretary could tell in a moment that such backwoods, country hicks had no business at Harvard and probably didn't even deserve to be in Cambridge. She frowned. "We want to see the president", the man said softly. "He'll be busy all day," the secretary snapped. "We'll wait," the lady replied.
For hours, the secretary ignored them, hoping that the couple would finally become discouraged and go away. They didn't. And the secretary grew frustrated and finally decided to disturb the president, even though it was a chore she always regretted to do. "Maybe if they just see you for a few minutes, they'll leave," she told him. And he sighed in exasperation and nodded. Someone of his importance obviously didn't have the time to spend with them, but he detested gingham dresses and homespun suits cluttering up his outer office. The president, stern-faced with dignity, strutted toward the couple.
The lady told him, "We had a son that attended Harvard for one year. He loved Harvard. He was happy here. But about a year ago, he was accidentally killed. And my husband and I would like to erect a memorial to him, somewhere on campus". The president wasn't touched - he was shocked. "Madam," he said gruffly, "We can't put up a statue for every person who attended Harvard and died. If we did, this place would look like a cemetery".
"Oh, no," the lady explained quickly, "We don't want to erect a statue. We thought we would like to give a building to Harvard.
The president rolled his eyes. He glanced at the gingham dress and homespun suit, then exclaimed, "A building! Do you have any earthly idea how much a building costs? We have over seven and a half million dollars in the physical plant at Harvard".
For a moment the lady was silent. The president was pleased. He could get rid of them now.
And the lady turned to her husband and said quietly, "Is that all it costs to start a University? Why don't we just start our own?" Her husband nodded. The President's face wilted in confusion and bewilderment. And Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stanford walked away, traveling to Palo Alto, California where they established the University that bears their name, a memorial to a son that Harvard no longer cared about.

Why did the president of the university look down upon the couple?
  1. He thought they were going to cause problems because they looked dangerous.
  2. He didn't think they were important enough to talk to because they looked poor.
  3. He had punished their son and felt they were to blame for the trouble he caused.
  4. He knew them from where he grew up and was trying to avoid them.
Grade 8 :: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions by ReadingMatters

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What does the term anechoic most likely mean?
  1. Sound quality testing
  2. Free of sound
  3. Only natural noise
  4. Noise pollution
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What does the author of the passage most likely mean by the phrase "idle hands could be dangerous"?
  1. Being lazy could get you in trouble with the gods.
  2. Not keeping busy can lead to trouble and curiosity.
  3. The jar was tempting Pandora to ignore her chores.
  4. Zeus would be disappointed in her if she didn't work hard.
Grade 8 :: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions by Tamra_Orr

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Which of the following statements can be inferred from this passage?
  1. Noise pollution is creating health problems for many people.
  2. Companies rarely take the sound quality of their products seriously.
  3. The majority of people are quite uncomfortable with complete silence.
  4. There is no place in the country that is completely noise-free
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Based on this passage, what conclusion about volunteering is most likely true?
  1. It takes a good amount of time, research and consideration to choose the best type of volunteering.
  2. Volunteering tends to require more of a time commitment than most people are prepared to provide
  3. In the end, most people tend to prefer the informal types of volunteering.
  4. Finding volunteering options in a community is often more complicated than expected.
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What does the author of the passage most likely believe about most diet fads?
  1. They are temporary.
  2. They are imaginative.
  3. They are unique.
  4. They are repetitive.
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Which statement about a musical career is most likely true?
  1. You may have to have a second job to earn enough money to live.
  2. You will have to be a composer and write your own lyrics to get hired.
  3. You may have to be a part time dancer if you want to be employed.
  4. You will have to develop computer and software skills to succeed in music.
Grade 8 :: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions by Tamra_Orr

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What conclusion best fits with the information in this passage?
  1. Anechoic chambers are found in several cities across the country.
  2. Fiberglass wedges are frequently used in room construction.
  3. People are often forced to endure the silence in this unique chamber.
  4. A truly silent place is extremely difficult to find in today's world.
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Which statement about determining if a volunteer position is a good fit is most likely correct?
  1. The fit primarily relies on a person's specific interests and preferences.
  2. A person should strive to fit whatever volunteer positions are available.
  3. The best fit is one that demands a limited amount of time and commitment
  4. Finding the best fit is easier if a person bases it on the advice of family and friends.
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Based on the information in this passage, which of the following traits would most likely play a large part in getting hired as a musician?
  1. What brand of instruments a person plays
  2. If the person writes his or her original songs
  3. What the person looks like overall
  4. If the person took choir or band in school
Grade 8 :: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions by Lopezch
Given the true statement: "If you did not forget your pencil, then you will not borrow one of mine." Which statement must also be true?
  1. If you forget your pencil, then you will borrow one of mine.
  2. If you borrow one of my pencils, then you did not forget your pencil.
  3. If you didn't borrow one of my pencils, then you forgot your pencil.
  4. If you borrow one of my pencils, then you forgot your pencil.
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