In paragraph 4, the prefix un- in the word unknown helps the reader understand the meaning of the word unknown .
- A. known again
- B. known by many
- C. not Known
- D. wrongly known
Which audience is the author addressing in this section?
- A. Students
- B. Parents
- C. Teachers
- D. Librarians
Based on the information in paragraphs 1 through 4, what can the reader conclude about the students who join the book club?
- A. The students want to start a new book club.
- B. The students belong to several book clubs.
- C. The students develop good reading habits.
- D. The students read more than their parents.
Look at these photographs. What is the most likely reason the author includes these photographs in this selection?
- To explain a topic
- To persuade the reader
- To entertain the reader
- To provide background information
What sentence supports the idea that joining a book club could help someone make friends?
- A. "today more young people are forming their own book clubs"
- B. "In many book clubs, each member takes a turn selecting the book"
- C. "In many ways book clubs allow their members to think about new ideas"
- D. "By spending time with them at book-club meetings , you will get to know all the members better."
What opinion does the author include to explain why some students avoid book clubs?
- A. "Members read the same book."
- B. "It also helps you understand their meanings."
- C. "After all the reading you do in school, you may think you don't want to join a book club."
- "Being in a book club allows members to share their thoughts and consider the views of others."
Which sentence best explains why members of a book club are likely to read a whole book?
- A. "Reading helps you learn to say new words"
- B. "The desire to be prepared will encourage you to finish reading."
- C. "You might already know some members in your book club."
- D. "All you need are some other members and a place to meet."