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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. To what is the cafe out front of her hostel devoted?
(a) Baking the lightest rye bread in the world.
(b) World-class coffee.
(c) Baking the best brownies in the world.
(d) A Bob Marley kind of lifestyle.
2. Where does Ginny realize she needs to go?
(a) The train station baggage lockers.
(b) Peg's grave.
(d) The bank.
3. What does Keith say Ginny has to do?
(a) Visit Peg's grave again.
(b) Write Richard a letter.
(c) Go back and talk to Richard.
(d) Go with him to Scotland.
4. Who is Cecil Gage-Rathbone?
(a) Peg's doctor.
(b) The name on a card with some canvases.
(c) Richard's brother-in-law.
(d) The manager of an all-night cafe.
5. Where does Ginny find a key?
(a) In a dresser drawer.
(b) In the pocket of Peg's housecoat.
(c) Hung on a nail in the closet.
(d) On the back of Peg's slippers.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Olivia do when she comes in the room?
2. What was one of Aunt Peg's rules for Ginny's adventures?
3. What does Ginny buy at a grocery store?
4. How does Knud say he is living?
5. What brought Keith to Paris?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Ginny have to look for a hostel in Amsterdam and how does she feel about the first one she finds?
2. What does Olivia tell Ginny when they discuss using the internet?
3. What does Peg tell Ginny in her letter about Denmark?
4. Who picks Ginny up in Copenhagen and where does he first take her?
5. What does Ginny see with Knud and what happens there?
6. How does Ginny find out who Piet is and what does she find out from him?
7. How does Ginny get to use the internet in Amsterdam and what does she do on it?
8. How does Ginny find a key?
9. How does Ginny find the cafe and what does she do there?
10. What does the group do when the leave the beach in Greece and what does Ginny do when she finds out she has no money?
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