Read each passage and then choose the two logical inferences from the choices at the end. Choose if a statement is logical, not logical, or if there is not enough information to make a logical reference.
Chip wasn't at all sure that he would be able to accept the new yapping puppy into the family. It wasn't just the lack of sleep, the stealing of toys, or the attention the puppy got from Master Jack. No, Chip kept remembering all of the times he had spent running through the fields with Bo. The two of them would race in joyful circles, barking at birds, sniffing out the nest of rabbits, romping down to the water's edge hoping to catch a stray beaver, and waiting for the special moment when they could take their treasures home. What would it be like with the new puppy? Would he be able to slip through the high grass without being seen? Could he keep quiet and wait for the exact moment when the unsuspecting prey were there for the taking? The memories of a happier time would never be forgotten. Maybe Master Jack will train the silly puppy to become a useful dog.
|Note: answer choices in this exercise are randomized.|
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