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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 Annie's grandfather visits St. John's, what does he do?
(c) Changes bandages.
2. Annie is meeting her father at the station. Who else would Annie like to be meeting at the train station?
(a) A cousin who served in the war.
(b) Her brother.
(c) Uncle Paul.
(d) Her grandparents.
3. After their first dinner together with father and their guests leave, what do the Metcalfs do together?
(a) Annie and her father sit on the sofa while her mother plays the piano.
(b) Take a walk around the neighborhood.
(c) Go to bed.
(d) Fix a snack.
4. What is the name of Annie's dog?
5. During the Sunday School outing, what does Miss Peterson tell Annie?
(a) Annie's father should not be associating with Catholics.
(b) That she is glad that Annie's father is working at St. John's.
(c) Annie's father should have his own practice.
(d) Annie's father should be working at the county hospital.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens when Uncle Paul visits one evening and Mrs. Metcalf is gone?
2. How were most of the burned soldiers injured?
3. What did Annie and her mother talk about during her father's absence?
4. Why does Annie spend a lot of time alone now that it is summer?
5. How did Annie and her mother get along while her father was gone?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Annie's feelings as she goes to meet her father at the train station.
2. What two events drew Annie and her Uncle Paul closer together? Why?
3. Describe Mrs. Metcalf's friends.
4. How do Annie, her family, and Ruth feel about the new war monument?
5. What is Bible School?
6. Why do you think Andrew wants to see pictures of France?
7. Describe Annie's thoughts when the boy delivered the telegram telling them that Uncle Paul had died.
8. In Chapter 10, why is Annie angry with her mother?
9. How did Annie and her mother get along while Dr. Metcalf was gone?
10. Describe Ruth Sylvester.
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