Use those clues - make an inference RL.7.1 Practice Question Grade 7 English Language and Arts - Skill Builder + PARCC Assessment Rehearsal

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From “The Dog and the Wolf” by Marmaduke Park

A wolf there was, whose scanty fare

Had made his person lean and spare;
A dog there was, so amply fed,
His sides were plump and sleek; 'tis said
The wolf once met this prosp'rous cur,
And thus began: "Your servant, sir;
I'm pleased to see you look so well,
Though how it is I cannot tell;
I have not broke my fast to-day;
Nor have I, I'm concern'd to say,
One bone in store or expectation,
And that I call a great vexation."

Which of the following can be inferred about the dog based on this passage?