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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 do while in the couchette?
(b) Writes Keith a letter.
(c) Writes a letter to Miriam.
2. Where is Ginny to stay when she arrives at her destination on the night train?
(a) The Oestering.
(b) The Left Bank.
(c) The Rue de Rouge.
(d) Her aunt does not specify an exact place to stay.
3. Who steals Ginny and Carrie's packs?
(a) A homeless man.
(b) No one.
(c) A couple teenage boys for a prank.
(d) Some people on scooters.
4. Where does Knud take Ginny?
(a) To a flat overlooking the river.
(b) To a huge mansion.
(c) To a houseboat.
(d) To a basement apartment.
5. What does Peg do for a place to stay in Paris?
(a) Paint portraits.
(b) Play her violin on the street.
(c) Take pictures of tourists.
(d) Redecorate a cafe.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who invites Ginny to share a room at a hotel/hostel?
2. How is Ginny's perfect night marred?
3. What is Ginny to do at a cafe?
4. To whom is Ginny supposed to send her flight information?
5. How does Knud say he is living?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is one of Peg's rules about the states and who does Ginny contact in the hostel in Paris? What happens when she does?
2. How does Ginny know what to pay the Knapps, what amazes her about the bill and the amount?
3. Where is Ginny suppose to go after Rome, where is she suppose to stay and why?
4. What does Keith tell her when she sees him at the hostel and what do they do from there?
5. How does Ginny find out who Piet is and what does she find out from him?
6. What does Ginny do the first day with the Knapps?
7. Where does Ginny go first in Paris and what does the letter say that she opens there?
8. Where do Keith and Ginny spend the night in Paris?
9. How does Ginny find the cafe and what does she do there?
10. Who picks Ginny up in Copenhagen and where does he first take her?
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