Lesson 2C: Add, If-Then-Result

Lesson 2C: Add, If-Then-Result
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Lesson 2C Quiz: Add, If-Then-Result
Question #1: If you lie down on a merry-go-round, you could roll off.

Translation: Injury can result from lying down on a merry-go-round.
Question #2: A cousin can be either a boy or a girl.

Translation: A cousin can be any sex.
Question #3: Your shadow disappears in the dark.

Translation: Darkness makes shadows disappear.
Question #4: It is more acceptable to whisper as opposed to talking in the library.

Translation: Libraries are quiet.
Question #5: A butcher cuts, grinds, and chops meat.

Translation: A butcher prepares meat.
Question #6: A carpenter can make or repair furniture or cabinets, install door trim, and even build the skeletal structure of a home.

Translation: A carpenter fixes things.
Question #7: You can pour juice, milk, or any substance that contains water.

Translation: Liquids have water.
Question #8: Paper and tape is needed so that a person cannot see the gift.

Translation: Paper and tape wrap gifts.
Add paper and tape.
Question #9: You can keep toothpaste in a drawer, the medicine cabinet or on the counter.

Translation: Toothpaste is kept in the bathroom.
Question #10: People keep their money in wallets, purses, the bank, a drawer, or in the closet.

Translation: People keep money in safe places
Question #11: Seat belts are needed in a car, airplane, amusement park ride, and sometimes a motorcycle.

Translation: Seat belts are found in vehicles.
Question #12: Drinking fountains are found in malls, parks, large buildings, large stores, and some hospitals.

Translation: Drinking fountains are found in large places.
Question #13: People clap in theaters, auditoriums, along a parade, during school performances, recitals, and in large arenas.

Translation: People clap when they like something.
Question #14: People go to doctors when they need checkups, when they are sick, or when they break or injure something.

Translation: People see doctors for medical attention.
Question #15: A woman has a new role when her sibling has a child.

Translation: A woman’s sibling with child makes her an aunt.
Question #16: Bike riders need to wear helmets because it is much safer and they help to avoid a head injury.

Translation: Helmets help save people.
Question #17: Not all desserts are unhealthy foods.

Translation: Some desserts are healthy.
Question #18: Snakes are poisonous, but there are many that are not.

Translation: Some snakes are harmless.
Question #19: Teams can wear uniforms, but many do not.

Translation: Some teams do not wear uniforms.
Question #20: When you divide something in half, you make two equal parts.

Translation: Two halves make a whole.
Question #21: Scissors have mitered edges so that they can cut things.

Translation: Mitered edges help scissors cut.
Question #22: Ambulances have sirens so that others stay out of their way.

Translation: Ambulances keep people away.
Question #23: People check weather reports to know how to dress and plan activities.

Translation: People check weather to plan.
Question #24: Pencils have erasers to remove errors.

Translation: Erasers get rid of mistakes.
Question #25: Doormats are used for people to wipe their feet.

Translation: Doormats clean feet.
Question #26: Painters mix different colors to get the shade they want to use.

Translation: Mixing colors create new shades.
Question #27: We collapse umbrellas because it is easier to store.

Translation: Collapsed umbrellas fit into smaller spaces.
Question #28: The sun can fade brightly colored clothes if they are outside too long.

Translation: The sun fades clothes.
Question #29: The night wind knocked on my window and tried to get in.

Translation: The wind was loud.
Question #30: During the snowstorm, the wind screeched.

Translation: The snow gusted.
Question #31: The new spring leaves twisted with joy in the gentle breeze.

Translation: The leaves are twisting.
Question #32: The old, abandoned house screeched as the girl opened the front door.

Translation: The house is haunted.
Question #33: The iron spit and hissed as it ran up and down the shirt.

Translation: The iron is extremely hot.
Question #34: The clothes on the clothesline danced in the wind.

Translation: The wind blew the clothes.
Question #35: Daniel cried a river of tears.

Translation: Daniel was bawling.
Question #36: For the hundredth time, pick up your clothes.

Translation: Your room is always messy.
<strong>Hint:</strong>This is a hyperbole—and exaggeration.
Question #37: The phone in the office was ringing off the hook.

Translation: The phone rang all day.
Question #38: My camping backpack weighs a ton.

Translation: My backpack is extremely heavy.
Question #39: Today you could cook an egg on the sidewalk.

Translation: Today was scorching hot.
Question #40: It is so quiet in here; you could hear a pin drop.

Translation: The room was quiet.
Question #41: It is going to take me a year to finish my homework.

Translation: My homework will take forever to finish.
Question #42: I ate so many tacos, I felt like I could explode.

Translation: I am very full.
Question #43: When heating water, you can tell if it is boiling by the bubbles and movement of water.

Translation: Water moves when heated.
Question #44: When mailing a letter or package, people should write a return address, should there be any trouble with the delivery.

Translation: Return addresses guarantee delivery.
Question #45: Peter watched the weather report and immediately went to the grocery store to get groceries and supplies.

Translation: The weather will be bad.
Question #46: Frank shoveled, but he also sprinkled salt on the driveway and walkway.

Translation: Frank was clearing the driveway and walkway.
Question #47: Because construction is about to begin in the new science lab, students are asked to enter through the main lobby doors and not to use the west entrance until further notice.

Translation: Construction is causing a detour.
Question #48: Popular songs are usually written well with meaningful lyrics, a catchy beat, and music that mathematically makes sense, which lures the audience.

Translation: Popular songs are well written.
Question #49: Upload your completed worksheet.
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