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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
Level: Grade 2
Author: usharaj99
Created: 3 years ago

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Grade 2 Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions

Read the passage about King Arthur.

King Arthur showed a few wrinkles on his face. His golden hair was partly grey. He was no longer a fierce warrior, but he seemed more like a wise king. A beautiful gold crown decked with jewels sat on his head. The king kept silent and listened to the squire attentively. As some of the knights continued to laugh at the squire’s story, the king silenced them and commanded the squire to continue.

Choose the best description of King Arthur.
  1. The king is young and well loved.
  2. The king is old, wise and allows everyone to be heard.
  3. Many people respond and look up to the king.
  4. The king is quiet and allows everyone a chance to speak.
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