10E1: Paragraph Following Lesson Part 1

10E1: Paragraph Following Lesson Part 1
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Lesson 10E1: Paragraph Following Quiz Part 1
Question #1: Following nouns starts with identifying the nouns in the paragraph.
Question #2: To follow nouns for finding the projected noun in the next paragraph, it is best to first underline all the nouns in the summary.
Question #3: Following nouns is for both reading speed and accuracy.
Question #4: Following nouns is only for reading paragraphs and is optional.
Question #5: To follow a noun, you initially look at the underlined first noun in the sentence.
Question #6: You go away to the second noun, if it has been affected by the first noun.
Question #7: If the sentence has completed actions with all nouns and there is nowhere else to go, stick with the first noun.
Question #8: If the noun is using a sense, or has not completed an action, stay with that noun for the following paragraph.
Question #9: When the noun that was affected cannot be seen, you stay with that affected noun anyway.
Question #10: If the author has not provided the reader with a vivid picture of a person or topic, stay with the initial noun.
Question #11: Jeff is a student at Riverdale High School. As he was walking to History class, he accidentally bumped into Lori in the hallway. Then he turned beet red.

Summary: Jeff turned red from bumping into Lori.

Projected Noun: Jeff

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #12: Henry recently moved into a new house and his friend, Pete, was helping him hang pictures. Pete decided to hang one picture alone, so he supported the nail with one hand and eagerly hammered the nail. Then he screamed, “Ouch!”

Summary: Pete hurt himself.

Projected Noun: Pete

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #13: Sheila is the manager of Main Street Shoes. She loves her job and has a special interest in antique shoes. Last week, one her favorite customers came to see her and gave her a beautifully wrapped gift. It was a book on the history of shoes. She acted graciously toward her customer; but the next day, she returned the book to the bookstore.

Summary: Sheila returned her book.

Projected Noun: Sheila

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #14: Catherine was at home at her desk, working diligently on her homework. She abruptly looked at the clock and raced out of the room.

Summary: Looking at the time caused Catherine to hurry out the room.

Projected Noun: Catherine

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #15: Hank walked off of the basketball court and smiled. He scored 14 points, which was more than any other team member.

Summary: Hank did well.

Projected Noun: Hank

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #16: Jamie, who was baking a cake for her friend, Cammy, eagerly looked inside the oven window. Then, the timer went off and Jamie took the cake out of the oven. She took a second look, scrunched her nose, and threw it immediately into the garbage.

Summary: Jamie threw out the substandard cake.

Projected Noun: Jamie

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #17: Seth was driving on the expressway and suddenly realized that he had a flat tire. He parked on the shoulder of the road and checked to see if he had a spare tire. He found that the spare tire was flat too, so he called the tow truck driver.

Summary: Having a flat tire caused Seth called a tow truck driver.

Projected Noun: Tow truck driver

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #18: Jack walked across his neighborhood street to visit with his friend, Sam, who was expecting him. As he approached Sam’s front door, he rang the doorbell and waited for someone to answer.

Summary: Jack waited for someone to answer the door.

Projected Noun: Jack

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #19: Frank put on his mitt and headed onto the field.

Summary: Frank is heading to play baseball.

Projected Noun: Frank

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #20: The principal usually made the morning announcements, but on Tuesday, the school counselor gave them.

Summary: The principal did not make today’s announcement.

Projected Noun: The counselor

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #21: Adam saw two badly dented cars. Then he saw a police officer stopping traffic.

Summary: There was an accident.

Projected Noun: Accident

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #22: Mrs. Stewart looked sadly at her students when she found out that they did not behave for the substitute yesterday.

Summary: Mrs. Stewart is disappointed.

Projected Noun: Mrs. Stewart

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #23: At recess, Lenny cried after he fell off the monkey bars. He limped over to his teacher and asked her if he could go to the school nurse.

Summary: Lenny was hurt.

Projected Noun: Lenny

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #24: Joseph rode his bike over a pile of rocks. By the time he was at the end of the pile, he could not ride anymore. He had to get off his bike and walked his bicycle home.

Summary: Joseph’s bike broke.

Projected Noun: Bike

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #25: Jeff went downtown during his lunch hour. After lunch, he walked out of the restaurant and hailed for a taxi.

Summary: Jeff hailed a taxi.

Projected Noun: Jeff

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #26: Miriam was sick and stayed home from school all week. She missed two tests and four assignments.

Summary: Sickness caused Miriam to miss 2 tests and 4 assignments.

Projected Noun: Miriam

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #27: Sol slowly walked down the street with his head hanging low. Then, he looked up and bumped into his favorite neighbor, Al. Al made him laugh.

Summary: Al cheered Sol

Projected Noun: Sol

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #28: Carry had a baby two weeks ago. She is happy, but the baby does not sleep and cries all the time.

Summary: The baby is keeping Carry up.

Projected Noun: Carry

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #29: Seth and Rachel have been dating for over a year. This evening, Seth planned a special evening and is going to surprise Rachel. He made reservations at a nice restaurant and visited beforehand so that he could give the restaurant owner a ring that he wanted baked inside Rachel’s favorite chocolate cake.

Summary: Seth is planning his proposal to Rachel.

Projected Noun: Seth

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
Question #30: Lenny just received his second speeding ticket. After his first ticket, his mother told him that any future tickets would result in Lenny paying for his own car insurance. Lenny does not have the money to pay for the car insurance.

Summary: Lenny cannot afford insurance.

Projected Noun: Lenny

Both summary and projected noun are correct.
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