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They helped the refugees.
people who create new laws
people who try to settle arguments
people who support the government
people who leave a country to escape danger
Wlhy are diplomats allowed to write travelers' visas?
They have excellent handwriting.
They represent their government.
They know many languages.
They know how to print visas.
I want to be a diplomat when I grow up.
person who translates languages
person who represents one country in another country
person who leads a country
person who teaches how to be kind
Which sentence states a generalization that is valid?
Some of the Jewish people decided to stay in Lithuania.
There were few people who helped the Jews.
Lithuania was a safe place for the Jews.
People who helped the Jews put themselves in danger.
What is the main idea of the story?
A brave man made a difference.
A family learned about another culture.
People got help because they worked together.
A young boy and his family were imprisoned.
The officer will issue a ticket.
What happened after Mr. Sugahara died?
He was given the "Righteous Among Nations" Award.
His family was imprisoned for many months.
His family received copies of the visas he had written.
A monument was dedicated to him in Japan.
My mom gets along well with her superiors.
people who complain often
people who rank higher
What happened before the people gathered in front of the house?
The narrator peeked through the curtains.
Mr. Sugihara contacted the Japanese government.
Mr. Sugihara wrote a number of visas.
The children in the family played at a large park.
What is the story mostly about?
why Japan refused to offer help.
one person helping many
the importance of family
the role of Germany in the war.
People used to send messages by cable.
In this selection, the author's main purpose is to ________.
inform readers about a man's life.
persuade readers to learn about history persuade readers to learn about history
entertain readers with a made-up-story
tell readers about Japan's part in the war
Which of the following events happened first?
A crowd spent the night outside the Sugihara family's house.
The Sugihara family was sent to prison for many months. The Sugahara family was sent to prison for many months
The crowd chose who would go inside to talk to Mr. Sugahara..
Mr. Sugahara asked the Japanese government if he could issue the visas.
We made an agreement.
a set of choices
a decision with shared opinions
a list of possibilities
a plan with detailed information
We elected Representatives.
people who act or speak for others
people who arrange and advertise events
people who maintain order
people who manage money
How were the Japanese children different from the Jewish children?
They needed to leave Lithuania.
They had many toys.
They played in a large park.
They spoke several languages.
Why was Mr. Sugihara asked to resign form diplomatic service?
He had been a prisoner.
He disobeyed orders.
He no longer had energy for the job.
He was given a new government job.
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