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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. Where does Aunt Peg go from Amsterdam?
2. Who is Cecil Gage-Rathbone?
(a) The name on a card with some canvases.
(b) Richard's brother-in-law.
(c) The manager of an all-night cafe.
(d) Peg's doctor.
3. What shocks Ginny about what Mrs. Knapp gives her?
(a) The cost of the bracelet.
(b) The subject matter of the book.
(c) The size of the bill.
(d) That Mrs. Knapp never said anything about any expenses.
4. What is Ginny supposed to ask Piet?
(a) About the painting "The Night Watch."
(b) Who Peg loves.
(c) If Leonardo was the greatest artist of all time.
(d) Why Peg went to Berlin.
5. What hostel does Ginny rent a room in when she leaves Paris?
(a) The Second House.
(b) The Big Banana.
(c) The House.
(d) The Apple.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Ginny go next?
2. What does Richard tell Ginny?
3. What reason does Ginny suggest that makes Keith interested in her?
4. Who invites Ginny to share a room at a hotel/hostel?
5. Where does Ginny realize she needs to go?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the key fit and what does Ginny find there? What does she do next?
2. Who does Ginny meet at the hostel in Copenhagen, what do they nickname her and why?
3. What does Ginny find at the second hostel she stops at and how does she end up spending the night there? What does she do once she has a place?
4. What does Peg say about Paris when she finished her job at the cafe and what does she tell Ginny she is to do next?
5. How does Ginny find a key?
6. Why does Ginny have to look for a hostel in Amsterdam and how does she feel about the first one she finds?
7. What do Keith and Ginny talk about at the cemetery and what do they do?
8. How does Ginny find out who Piet is and what does she find out from him?
9. What does Peg tell Ginny in her letter about Denmark?
10. Where do Keith and Ginny spend the night in Paris?
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