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Grade: 5,    Subject: LanguageArts,    Topic: Reading Non-Fiction Fiction
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The Starry Night is a painting by a Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh. It is not a painting of a real visual landscape, but a free compilation of local topics that can be seen in the neighborhood of the asylum in Saint-Rémy. The artist expressed his feeling about the painting to his brother Theo and said "This morning I saw the country from my window a long time before sunrise, with nothing but the morning star, which looked very big."

The painting, "The Starry Night", has been compared to an astronomical photograph of a star named V838 Monocerotis, taken by the Hubble in 2004. The clouds of gas surrounding the star resemble the swirling patterns van Gogh used in this painting.
 
Question 1:
What is the main focus of the story?

Night timeA painting

A starNight patterns
 
Question 2:
What inspired Vincent van Gogh to paint "The Starry Night"?

A very big morning starV838 Monocerotis

A real visual landscapeHis brother Theo
 
Question 3:
What kind of painting is "The Starry Night"?

A real visual landscape of ParisA collection of many paintings by painter

A collection of many themes in Saint-RémyA collection of many stars in Saint-Rémy
 
Question 4:
What is Hubble?

A rocketA photographer

A starA telescope
 
Question 5:
What is the similarity between "The Starry Night" and "V838 Monocerotis"?

Both are photographsBoth have swirling patterns

Both have straight patternsBoth are paintings
 
Question 6:
What did those girls see in the water?

A ghostA prince

An imageA princess
 
See the following text/image to answer questions 6 through 10
'O princess! I went for water, and I saw an image, and I was afraid.' So another girl went to the water and saw the same thing, and came back with the same story. The princess wished to see for herself; she rose and paced to the spot with the march of a prancing peacock. When she saw the image, she said to her nurse: 'Find out who is reflected in the water, and where he lives.' Her words reached the prince's ear, he lifted up his head; she saw him and beheld beauty such as she had never seen before. She lost a hundred hearts to him, and signed to her nurse to bring him to her presence. The prince let himself be persuaded to go with the nurse, but when the princess questioned him as to who he was and how he had got into her garden, he behaved like a man out of his mind--sometimes smiling, sometimes crying, and saying: 'I am hungry,' Or words misplaced and random, civil mixed with the rude.
 
Question 7:
How did the prince react in response to the princess' question?

IndifferentVery calm

Totally rudeA bit crazy
 
Question 8:
What did the princess order to her nurse?

To find out whose shadow is in the waterTo bring the princess to her presence

To bring the prince to her presenceTo find out where the prince lives
 
Question 9:
What made prince lift his head?

Princess' question to the princeA musical note

Reflection in the waterPrincess' question to the nurse
 
Question 10:
Where was the water that reflected an image?

In a gardenIn an ocean

Around the palaceIn a cave
 
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