The Park That Went to the Dogs
When Winnie and Arnold bought the house, _____________________.
- they thought they would die in this house
- they thought they had made a good decision
- they did not really like the location
- they planned to build a private dog park
We can infer from the passage that ____________________.
- in the Gold Rush days there were a lot of dog parks in California
- in the good old days everybody had a private dog park.
- in the Gold Rush days a lot of people went to California.
- in the good old days people went to heaven.
What dog owners did not do when they came to the dog park?
- They arrived before the park opened.
- They parked in the neighborhood driveways.
- They ate their lunch in the park.
- They played music loudly in the park.
Which of the following is not true according to the passage?
- The park was open more than 80 hours a week.
- The city council wouldn’t do anything to solve the problem.
- In the past only the people living in the neighborhood used the park.
- Some musicians came here regularly to give a concert.
Why didn't Winnie and Arnold sell their house?
- Nobody wanted to buy it.
- They did not want to sell it.
- They were waiting for a good price.
- The housing prices are still going up.