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20. Gram’s advice to Dicey is a. let go, don’t reach out, but hold on. b. let go, reach out, and hold on. c. let go, reach out, but don’t hold on. 15. When Dicey isn’t at school or at work or helping out her family, she spends as much time as she can a. playing the guitar. b. riding her bicycle. c. working on the sailboat. © 2006 Saddleback Educational Publishing 39 Focus on Reading: Dicey’s Song Answer Key Words to Know section of Focus Your Reading, or they may refine the definitions based on the context and the reading overall.

2. 3. 4. 5. b a b b b 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. c c b b b 41 Check Your Understanding: Short Answer 1. She just knows instinctively how it should sound. 2. Gram actually reads the report cards and asks about it. Momma could only sign her name. 3. It seems unfair to her. 4. It generates lots of discussion and questions. It is well liked. 5. She doesn’t care enough about what the others think to bother cheating. 6. Millie always reaches out to people. 7. Gram is trying an experiment in reaching out to people.

B. average. c. below average. 9. The letters Gram receives from Boston are about a. Aunt Cilla. b. John Tillerman. c. Liza Tillerman. 4. In terms of interest and skill in reading, compared to other adults, Millie Tydings is a. above average. b. average. c. below average. 10. Dicey and Gram are worried that in school Sammy will a. be bullied by other boys. b. get behind in his work. c. get in fights. 5. Dicey asks Millie for a job in her grocery store because she wants to a. get money to buy things for herself.

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