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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 4-6.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which statement best describes Alice's upbringing?
(a) Alice is poor and lives in squalor in a basement apartment in New York City.
(b) Alice is a pampered and wealthy girl who is captain of her cheerleading team.
(c) Alice is spoiled. She grows up in a house with a backyard swimming pool and a basement bowling alley.
(d) Alice is not popular in school. She is the class brain and is virtually never asked out.
2. In chapter two, how much time passes between Calvin's first and second meeting with Alice?
(a) Two months.
(b) Two weeks.
(c) Three weeks.
(d) Two days.
3. When Calvin and Alice fid themselves in a hotel room that is not as they expect, what do they do?
(a) They check out and immediately go home.
(b) They make the best of it.
(c) They move to another hotel.
(d) They complain to hotel management.
4. Of the following, which one best describes Calvin and Alice's first home?
(a) A brownstone.
(b) An apartment.
(c) A cottage.
(d) An estate.
5. At the end of chapter three, Calvin describes an event in Alice's life that takes her by surprise. What happens?
(a) Alice is stopped for speeding by a police officer and does not receive a ticket.
(b) Alice is not asked for her identification at a bar.
(c) Alice does not remember how to get home from the plant nursery.
(d) Alice is stopped for speeding by a police officer, and receives a ticket.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the first book that Calvin writes after he meets Alice?
2. What is the name of Calvin's youngest daughter?
3. Why does Calvin not want to pay the contractor more money than he originally quotes for their home project?
4. What is Alice's mother doing for a living when she meets Alice's father?
5. In chapter three, Calvin includes a quote from a friend of Alice who speaks at her memorial service. Who is this person?
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