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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 21 - 25.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Luke's family have a hard time deciphering the meaning of the letter from the Government?
(a) It's made of riddles.
(b) It uses lots of big words.
(c) The font is too small.
(d) It's written in another language.
2. What does the female third child apologize to Luke for after she sees him staring at the door as if he means to make a run for it?
(a) Making fun of him.
(b) Yelling at him.
(c) Scaring him.
(d) Kicking him.
3. Since not being able to eat breakfast with the whole family, why doesn't Luke ask for butter for his toast anymore?
(a) He will get yelled at for being a nusiance.
(b) Someone would have to pretend they forgot something in order to safely pass him the butter dish.
(c) He doesn't like butter anymore.
(d) His mom gives him jam now.
4. Why does Luke's mother make him sit and eat his breakfast on the bottom step to the attic?
(a) He has dirt on his shoes.
(b) He is not allowed anywhere else in the house.
(c) He is being punished for looking out the window.
(d) The construction workers have started to wonder why the family's shades are always drawn.
5. What amazes Jen about Luke's family in Chapter 16?
(a) That they won't let Luke outside.
(b) That they make Luke eat on the attic stairs.
(c) That they are so terrified of the Population Police.
(d) That they believe in the Government's propaganda.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Luke tells his brother he put into the bread?
2. What makes Luke decide he must act now if he wants to sneak over to the third child's house?
3. How does Jen plan on getting to the rally that she has planned?
4. Why doesn't Luke tell his mother about what he has found in his room allowing him to look outside?
5. After Luke's mother calls him to come into the house from the woods, what does Luke do for the first time in his life?
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