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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After the Nazis leave Alicia's village in Chapter 7, what has happened in the ghetto?
(a) Over two thousand residents of the ghetto have been murdered.
(b) The Jews can come out of hiding.
(c) It is burned to the ground.
(d) They attempt to go back to their home.
2. What was Buczacz perfect for?
(a) Starting a company.
(b) Raising a Jewish family.
(c) Meeting new people.
(d) Having a small community.
3. At the end of the section, what has happened to the Jurman family?
(a) They have escaped Poland.
(b) They send all of their males to America.
(c) They have lost all their money.
(d) They are all forced to go to camps.
4. What important event happens at the beginning of Chapter 4?
(a) The Jews are forced to hide in bunkers everyday.
(b) Almost all Jews are sent to camps.
(c) The Jews flee Poland.
(d) All the Jews were moved in a ghetto.
5. Why doesn't Alicia accept the invitation to go to the mountains?
(a) She cannot leave her mother and remaining brothers.
(b) She fears that the Nazis will go there next.
(c) She thinks her brother should go instead of her.
(d) She has bad allergies and will be miserable there.
6. What do Zachary and Alicia begin trying to sell in this section?
(a) Their clothing.
(b) Their services has house servants.
(c) Flints of soup.
(d) Their hair.
7. What saves Alicia?
(a) She is able to escape from the camp.
(b) Some Russians arrive to liberate him.
(c) Being buried with others and rescued.
(d) Her looks; one of the officers is attracted to her.
8. What keeps Alicia's mother from going to the market to sell?
(b) A bout of dysentry.
(d) The flu.
9. How would Alicia gather heat for her family?
(a) She would trade her clothing for wood.
(b) She would beg for wood from richer families.
(c) Old newspapers.
(d) She would go into forbidden forest territory with Jewish boys to gather wood.
10. At the camp, what are the prisoners fed?
(a) Water tainted with typhoid.
(b) Decent food.
(c) They are not fed at all.
(d) Left overs from farm animals.
11. At the beginning of Chapter 13, what does the author give?
(a) Information on her youngest brother's whereabouts.
(b) The author explains Alicia's background.
(c) The author gives a summary of Ukrainian and Polish relations.
(d) The author discusses how Milek got involved in the resistance movement.
12. What do members of the Judenrat council fear?
(b) They will have to defend those who are caught resisting.
(c) They do not wish to become violent people.
(d) That if they build a resistance, the Nazis will kill more Jews.
13. What happens to the Jews that go to a synagogue?
(a) They are executed.
(b) They are sent to prison.
(c) They are punished by
(d) They are allowed to pray.
14. How did Alicia's mother try to save her father?
(a) She disguises him as one of her sons.
(b) She tries to put up a ransom for Alicia's father.
(c) She hides him in a bunker under the house.
(d) She forced him to flee the town.
15. What is Alicia's friend Milek now involved in?
(a) Engaged in resistance activities.
(b) The Nazis.
(c) He is working to smuggle Jewish people out of Poland.
(d) He steals food for Jewish people who cannot get out of their homes.
Short Answer Questions
1. What story does Alicia enjoy telling?
2. When was Bella's husband taken by the Russians?
3. How many brothers did Alicia have?
4. Why was a villager cast out by his peers when he had an epileptic fit?
5. Over time, what happens because of the occupation?
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