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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Ginny notice about what she follows?
(a) They are fighting.
(b) They stand out as tourists.
(c) They are all elderly.
(d) They seem to be noticing her.
2. Where does Richard suggest they meet for lunch?
(b) At a restaurant near the Eiffel Tower.
(c) Back at the flat.
(d) A small cafe down the street.
3. What happens as Ginny is filling her water bottle?
(a) The tourists speak to her in Italian.
(b) A pigeon lands on her backpack.
(c) A young man tries to grab her purse.
(d) A group of girls surround her.
4. When can Ginny open the 3rd envelope?
(a) When she leaves France.
(b) When she leaves Italy.
(c) When she receives the answer to the question she asks at 54a.
(d) When she turns 22.
5. What amazes Ginny about Peg?
(a) She seemed so upbeat even as she was dying.
(b) She joked about her death in the letters so far.
(c) She has so many diverse friends.
(d) She can intuit her needs even now.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Ortensia?
2. What does Keith offer to do?
3. What does the show seem like to Ginny?
4. What is significant about the number of cast on stage?
5. Where is Ginny's first stop?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Keith and Ginny do at the house in Edinburgh and what is Ginny told as she is leaving?
2. How does Ginny decide to get the money to the artist?
3. What is Ginny's first "assignment"?
4. How does Ginny meet Fiona and David and what does Keith tell her about them? How does she feel about Fiona's plans?
5. What is strange about the package and what's in the package?
6. What does Ginny decide to do to get rid of the tickets she now holds and how many does she give away?
7. How does Ginny meet Beppe?
8. Where does Ginny go and what does she get there?
9. Who is Keith's roommate?
10. Describe the process Ginny goes through to purchase the tickets.
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