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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions Questions

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Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.7.1
The largest pool in the city is the Diamond Pool in Washington Park, but the highest diving board is in Lincoln Park. The swim team practiced at the Diamond Pool until five years ago when they started practicing at Kennedy Park. There is now a proposal to move practices from Kennedy Park back to the Diamond Pool.

Based on the information above, which of the following is a valid deduction?
  1. The pool in Lincoln Park is not used for swim meets.
  2. The pool in Washington Park is not used for swim meets.
  3. The swim team currently practices at the largest pool but does not use the highest diving board for practice.
  4. The swim team does not currently practice at the largest pool or at the pool with the highest diving board.
  5. The swim team does not dive.
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
To make an inference, you
  1. use background knowledge and details from the text.
  2. make a prediction.
  3. use foreshadowing in your writing.
  4. guess about what will happen next.
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.7.5
Which conclusion is best supported by the following sentence?

"The Golden Gate Bridge spans the San Francisco Bay, connecting northern California to the peninsula of San Francisco."
  1. The bridge enables many people to go from San Francisco to northern California.
  2. The bridge has the longest span of any other suspension bridge.
  3. Thick cables are best.
  4. The bridge is the most popular bridge in the Bay Area.
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.7.1
Every year, countless people from some of the northern and central states of the country leave snow, ice and freezing temperatures behind by heading south. These "snowbirds", as they are often called, trade in their gloves and hats for sunscreen and bathing suits. Heading south to escape winter's chill is common, but some travelers do just the opposite. They pack the extra layers and the snow boots and head to the village of Jukkasjarvi in Sweden. Once they arrive, they check into their hotel, but they don't take off their heavy coats and scarves. Why? Because at Sweden's Ice Hotel, everything from the beds to tables is made out of blocks of ice.

Why would anyone want to travel to one of the coldest places in the world during the winter season? That was a question that a tourist company asked more than 20 years ago. They wanted more tourists so they tried something new. They built a 60 square foot igloo out of ice blocks and held an art exhibit inside. People came but not that many.

One day, a group came to see the exhibit, but arrived too late. Instead of leaving, they spread out their sleeping bags and spent the night in the snow. Suddenly, a brand new idea was born! The tourist company built an entire hotel out of ice blocks taken from the nearby Torne River. They advertised this unique hotel all over the world and soon, people came to explore. Now, curious guests check in and enjoy the cold. Then, when the warmth of spring returns, the hotel melts into the ground and disappears. It will be rebuilt when winter returns.

Based on this passage, what would most likely be true about snowbirds?
  1. They would love the chance to stay at the Ice Hotel.
  2. They would typically live in the northern and central states of the U.S.
  3. They tend to pack their travels bags with multiple layers of warm clothes.
  4. They are one of the inspirations for constructing buildings like the Ice Hotel.
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Good readers                                          .
  1. ask questions about what they are reading
  2. visualize what they are reading
  3. read everyday
  4. all of the above
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RL.7.1
Joe will go to the movies this weekend if he washes dishes all week.

Based ONLY on the above statement, what MUST be true?
  1. Joe is washing dishes all week
  2. Joe has never washed dishes before
  3. Joe really likes going to the movies so he will wash the dishes all week
  4. If Joe does not go to the movies this weekend, he did not wash dishes all week
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.4, RL.7.4

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What does the author of the passage mean by the phrase "elusive parking space"?
  1. The driver of the car is not sure where to find free parking.
  2. The traffic is so thick, it is hard to know where to park.
  3. The fair did not provide enough parking spaces for people.
  4. The fair is so popular, it is difficult to find a place to park.
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.7.1, RST.6-8.1

This question is a part of a group with common instructions. View group »

Which statement about unsolicited mail and phone calls is most likely true?
  1. The U.S. Postal Service has many rules that are too difficult and confusing to follow.
  2. A number of consumers are actively solicited by companies they have little to no interest in.
  3. The Direct Marketing Association is an organization established by telemarketing companies.
  4. Unwanted advertisements are part of modern-day life and relatively unavoidable.
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
If the werewolves are not out, then the moon is not full. From this statement, one might infer which of the following:
  1. If the werewolves are out, then the moon is full.
  2. If the moon is full, then the werewolves are not out.
  3. If the moon is not full, then the werewolves are out.
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Active readers                                .
  1. highlight important information
  2. ask questions
  3. make predictions
  4. all of the above
Grade 7 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Good readers use                   when reading.
  1. clues
  2. bookmarks
  3. sticky notes
  4. fix-up strategies
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