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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. When do Mom and Ethan take Bailey to the farm?
(a) Over the winter holiday break.
(b) Over Labor Day weekend.
(c) For spring break.
(d) When school ends.
2. How does Ethan escape the house?
(a) Through his window.
(b) Through the basement window.
(c) Through a hole in the roof.
(d) Through the front door.
3. Describe Ethan's injury.
(a) One of his legs is badly burned.
(b) One of his arms is badly broken.
(c) One of his legs is badly broken.
(d) One of his arms is badly burned.
4. Why is Todd so evil?
(a) His siblings are mean to him.
(b) He has never had a pet.
(c) He has been abused.
(d) It is unknown.
5. The description of the relationship of the dog and Ethan epitomizes the old saying "A Dog is ________________."
(a) A Nuisance.
(b) A Wild Animal.
(c) A Great Creature.
(d) Man's Best Friend.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the main character feel about Todd?
2. All of the dogs are caught, except whom?
3. What is the name of the dog who was the alpha male prior to the arrival of a new dog?
4. The main character gets to know ____________, the horse, the ducks down at the pond, a black cat in the barn, and his first skunk!
5. What does Bailey see Todd doing?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Toby and Ethan react when they see each other? Why?
2. Who is Senora? Is she kind? Why or why not?
3. What are Toby's siblings names? How might they have come about these names?
4. How do Bailey and Ethan bond in this section?
5. What do you believe was happening to Toby in the man's truck? Why?
6. How does the start of this section compare to the previous one?
7. How might Bailey's sense of smell come in handy in the future?
8. How does Toby defend Sister? What does this reveal about him?
9. How has Toby changed physically?
10. Describe Todd. What might be wrong with him?
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