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Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel (Grade 1)

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Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel

1. 
What color was Mike Mulligan's steam shovel?
  1. red
  2. blue
  3. pink
  4. green
 
2. 
Mary Anne could dig as much in a day as                 steam shovels could dig in a week.
  1. 2
  2. 10
  3. 50
  4. 100
3. 
How long had Mike Mulligan worked with Mary Anne?
  1. one hour
  2. a few days
  3. a couple years
  4. a very long time
 
4. 
How did Mike Mulligan and Mary Anne dig when people watched them?
  1. faster and better
  2. longer and slower
  3. louder and more excitedly
  4. happier and more precisely
5. 
How did the new electric shovels make Mike Mulligan and Mary Anne feel?
  1. sad
  2. tired
  3. happy
  4. excited
 
6. 
What problem did Mike Mulligan and Mary Anne have?
  1. No one wanted steam shovels.
  2. They had to work in the country.
  3. Mike loved Mary Anne too much.
  4. The new shovels were mean to them.
7. 
Where did Mike Mulligan and Mary Anne go?
  1. to the big city
  2. to the junkyard
  3. to a small town
  4. to the middle of the forest
 
8. 
How long did Mike Mulligan say it would take Mary Anne to dig the cellar?
  1. one day
  2. one week
  3. one month
  4. one year
9. 
Why did Mike Mulligan and Mary Anne get the job done in time?
  1. The job was easy.
  2. It was a sunny day.
  3. People came to watch.
  4. The job had to be finished quickly.
 
10. 
After they finished the cellar, what problem did Mike Mulligan and Mary Anne have?
  1. They were very tired.
  2. They could not get out.
  3. They earned a lot of money that day.
  4. They wanted to take Mary Anne to the dump.
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