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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 Ethan call his dog?
(a) His Silly Dog.
(b) His Doodle Dog.
(c) His Good Dog.
(d) His Dandy Dog.
2. How does Senora feel about how this section ends?
(a) She is sad to see him leave her home.
(b) She is relieved that the dog finds a home.
(c) She is angry that the dog cannot be sold.
(d) She is sad that the dog has to be put to sleep.
3. What happens when Toby is left in a truck?
(a) He falls asleep.
(b) He climbs out the window.
(c) It gets unbearably hot, and a woman saves him.
(d) He barks at the man in the truck.
4. What is a joy of being a dog, as revealed in this section?
(a) Dogs are very smart.
(b) Dogs are wild.
(c) Dogs can sense things that humans cannot.
(d) Dogs can think like humans.
5. When Bailey and Ethan are lost together, what theme is revealed?
(a) Learning new skills.
(c) Making mistakes.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Bailey feel this way about the toy?
2. What is the name of the toy Ethan creates that is a cross between a frisbee, a boomerang, and a baseball?
3. Why is Todd so evil?
4. Why is Ethan happy at this point in the chapter?
5. Ethan doesn't like it when Todd starts ___________.
Short Essay Questions
1. What do you believe was happening to Toby in the man's truck? Why?
2. What does Ellie's last rescue reveal about her training?
3. How has Ellie's life changed? How does this compare to the changes in Bailey's life?
4. What might Jakob's behavior foreshadow?
5. What are Toby's siblings names? How might they have come about these names?
6. Describe Todd. What might be wrong with him?
7. Describe the reuniting of Ethan and the dog. What might be the author's reason for this reunion?
8. What is the reason Bailey does not like the flip? What does this say about him?
9. Why does Ethan change his mind and choose to adopt the dog?
10. How is Bear's sense of smell important in this section?
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