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  A test of reading comprehension 

The grizzly bear, a North American sub-species of the brown bear, once ranged from Alaska to Mexico, and across the prairies to the east. Human settlement, however, has driven it into remote, mainly northern habitats. Grizzly bears in the extreme north can survive on the icy, treeless sedge lands of the tundra. Populations are greater in woodlands and forests, especially where there are plenty of river valleys and open, grassy areas. Today, national parks provide the grizzly with refuge.

The grizzly is well-suited to its cold habitat. Its vast bulk, augmented in winter with a layer of fat, lets it tolerate extreme cold and also helps the grizzly charge through knotted undergrowth in the thick forests.  

 

  1. The grizzly bear is a North American brown bear. 

(a) true (b) false

  1. Humans have driven the grizzly bear into China and Russia.

(a) true (b) false

  1. Grizzly bears cannot survive in cold climates.

(a) true (b) false

  1. Today, grizzly bears live in our national parks.

(a) true (b) false

  1. Grizzly bears accumulate fat in winter, allowing them to tolerate extreme cold and thick forest undergrowth.

(a) true (b) false

A true/false test about grammar

  1. All gerunds end in -ing.
  2. Lake Avenue is a proper noun.
  3. Some prepositions indicate location.
  4. All past tense verbs end in -ed.
  5. The basic verb form begins with "to."
  6. "There" shows possession.
  7. "Been" is the past tense of be.
  8. Modals are auxiliaries.    

  questions and answers

  1. T
  2. T
  3. T
  4. F
  5. F
  6. F
  7. F
  8. T