A) A song was sung by the people.
B) Guns were fired.
C) People did not work on that day.
D) A feast was held in the middle of the town.
A) a picture of the London Bridge
B) an umbrella
C) a wooden bed
D) a glass vase
A) a shell necklace
B) a tobacco pipe
C) a deer skin blanket
D) an old, worn fur cloak
A) A secret wedding was to occur.
B) Winter was coming.
C) War was to begin.
D) A suprise festival was taking place.
A) She went in the night to warn John Smith with the news.
B) She and Hapsis planned to rescue him.
C) She cried and asked her father to let her and John Smith get married.
D) She went to Nantaquas to ask for advice.
A) He had been taken away to a nearby village.
B) He had been given a new job as Governor in France.
C) He had been attacked by a bear.
D) He had been killed in a gun explosion.
A) a copper kettle
B) a gold mirror
C) a silver chain
D) a beaded hair comb
A) She was an Indian princess.
B) The English wanted to get back their men and guns that had been stolen by the natives.
C) She had not helped them find any gold.
D) They were angry at her for her kindness only to John Smith.
A) A wedding was to take place.
B) The workday was to begin.
C) It was time for church.
D) A visitor had entered their settlement.
A) copper earrings
B) a shell necklace
C) a wooden chain
D) a music box
A) John Rolfe
B) John Smith
C) Governor Gates
D) Captain Newport
A) hot and sunny
B) gray and rainy
C) humid and dry
D) bright and snowy
A) a cat
B) an elephant
C) a horse
D) a pig
A) Lady Elizabeth and Lord Earl
B) Princess Isabella and Prince Edward
C) Duchess Maria and Duke Malcolm
D) Queen Anne and King James
A) went to him and hugged him
B) smiled brightly and laughed with excitement
C) invited him in for tea
D) ran to her bedroom
A) an ache in her side
B) pains in her stomach
C) a broken ankle
D) a high fever
A) 21 years old
B) 42 years old
C) 59 years old
D) 34 years old
1.B 2.C 3.D 4.C 5.A 6.D 7.A 8.B 9.C 10.A 11.C 12.A 13.A 14.D 15.B 16.C 17.D 18.D 19.D 20.A