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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. As Chapter 5 begins, what does Ben hope he can gain from his father?
2. How are Miro and Ben alike in a sense?
(a) They are both scared of other men who are in power.
(b) They both look very similar to one another.
(c) They are both young men who do not know how to deal with the problems they have been dealt.
(d) Miro, like Ben, is struggling to grow up and deal with adult problems.
3. On what continent does the beginning of the novel take place?
(b) North America.
4. By talking to Miro, what does Kate realize?
(a) He is actually a nice man who has had a lot of mishaps through life.
(b) He has children.
(c) He is a monster who is trapped in the innocence of never knowing another life.
(d) He is an innocent.
5. In Part 1, what is Ben anticipating?
(a) A test he must take.
(b) A visit from his mother and father.
(c) A first date.
(d) A meeting with a dean.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Miro hears this sound, what does he think is about to begin?
2. In this section, what does the reader begin to understand about Ben's story?
3. What has Miro never seen?
4. Because Miro has taken part in other terrorist cases, what does this prove about him?
5. How did Ben assume that love happened?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the reader realize as the narration of the novel continues?
2. What do the terrorists hope to gain from the negotiations?
3. Why is Miro excited for this day?
4. What does Ben remember about the morning of the hijacking?
5. According to Ben's father, what do the terrorists want?
6. How do the terrorists get all the children to fall asleep?
7. When Kate is using the bathroom, what does she find?
8. Why doesn't Raymond fall asleep?
9. When Kate asks to take all of the children to the bathroom, what is she given instead?
10. What type of life did Ben lead while he was growing up?
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