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Dinner preparation

Montie's mother was coming to dinner, so he decided to get out the beautiful dishes she gave him. He looked forward to impressing his mother. He remembered how great he felt when she gave him the dishes. First, he got out his best silverware, cups and plates.

He carefully placed the plates on the table. Then, he laid a cloth napkin next to each plate. On the left side of the plate, he placed a knife making sure that its blade was facing toward the plate. On the right side, Montie placed the fork and spoon. After filling the glasses with ice, he put water in each glass. He placed white flowers in a vase in the middle of the table. They had a beautiful aroma.

As Montie stood back to admire his work, the doorbell rang. Montie had finished just in time because his mother had arrived.

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Please answer the following questions of understanding:

Question 1:
Where did Montie put the napkins?
a he did not use napkins
b on top of each plate
c under each plate
d next to each plate
Question 2:
What did Montie put on the left side of the plate?
a a water glass
b a fork
c a knife
d a spoon
Question 3:
Montie placed a cloth napkin next to each plate. Which word could the author use to say the same thing?
a paper
b linen
c material
d fabric
Question 4:
Who was Montie expecting for dinner?
a his mom
b noone
c his dad
d the text does not say
Question 5:
What should Montie do next?
a Make sure the food is not burning.
b Answer the door.
c Take a nap.
d Put food on the table.
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