A Tale of Two Countries

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Which term best describes South Korea based on information from the text?
capitalist
communist
totalitarian
socialist
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Based on the author's tone and viewpoint, which person would most likely DISAGREE with the conclusions drawn in this text?
A South Korean businessman
An American businessman
A North Korean politician
A South Korean politician
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Why do you believe this? Explain your answer completely.
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Which statement would the author most likely AGREE with?
The Korean War was a major win for the United States of America.
South Koreans are naturally more gifted than their northern brethren.
North Korea is poor because they don't trade with many other nations.
The South Korean economy grew at an average pace after 1960.
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Which statement best expresses the main idea of the SEVENTH paragraph?
South Korea makes a lot of money by trading natural resources.
South Korea was a very poor nation in 1960.
South Korea produces many electronic products.
South Korea had a remarkable economic turnaround.
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Which statement best describes the results of the Korean War?
Both sides lost many people and got little to show for it.
The South Koreans gained a lot of ground after winning the war.
The Korean War led to the formation of South Korea.
The North Koreans benefitted tremendously from the war.
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Which best defines the word "famine" as it is used in the eighth paragraph?
A period of time when food is scarce
A period of time when a country does not have a leader
A period of time when it is hard to get laborers
A period of time when the government is going through a transition
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Why do you believe this? Refer to the text in your response.
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What is ironic about the Korean Demilitarized Zone?
The North and South Koreans are technically still at war.
It is free from military installations and weaponry.
It is not the average border with a simple checkpoint.
It is the most militarized border in the world.
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Why is this ironic? Explain your answer completely.
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Which best describes how the text is structured in the FIFTH paragraph?
Sequence
Problem and solution
Compare and contrast
Chronological order
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Which best explains why so many North Koreans starved during the 1990s?
North Korea became a capitalist country.
The North Koreans were abandoned by their allies in the U.S.
The Soviet Union stopped supporting North Korea.
The North Koreans had just recently lost the Korean War.
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Why do you believe this? Use the text in your response.
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Which statement would the author most likely DISAGREE with?
North and South Koreans have grown to be different, but they come from the same place.
The North Korean economy has made an amazing transformation since the 1960s.
Unification of the two Koreas is unlikely at this time.
It is impressive that the North Koreans built nuclear weaponry during a famine.
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What made the Korean War particularly tragic? Support your argument with a quote from the text. Explain what your quote shows.
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What is one thing that readers can learn from this text? Cite text to support your point. Be sure to explain what the text is showing.
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In what ways have the two Koreas grown apart? Discuss two ways in which they have grown apart and support each of your points with text.
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