Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl Test | Final Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. About what do Mummy and Mrs. Van Daan always talk?

2. What is Anne's greatest wish in life?

3. What do Anne and Peter finally do on April 28th?

4. What ISN'T Anne asked about by her mother?

5. What can't Anne understand?

Short Essay Questions

1. Anne and Peter's relationship is starting to change. What are three things that Peter does that make him seem like he might like Anne more?

2. Anne has changed in this first section of March 7. How has she changed?

3. What are the differences in the conversations that the men have versus the women? About what do they each talk?

4. Why is Anne disappointed with Peter? Do they still talk?

5. Why is Anne upset with her mother on March 17, 1944? What things is Mrs. Frank asking of her daughter?

6. What are food cycles, according to Anne?

7. Anne has a busy day of reading on April 27th. About what does she begin to read?

8. Describe the scene with Bosche and Peter.

9. Anne is beginning to develop into a young woman. Give two examples of how the reader can see this in the diary entries.

10. What other things besides her diary has Anne written?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Mr. Frank is leader of the Annexe group, helping to make decisions and to sort out troubles.

1. What makes him a good choice for this role?

2. Who else would have made a good leader?

3. What makes Mr. Frank a poor choice for this role?

Essay Topic 2

Writing and communication are important parts of Anne's life, from her dream to be a journalist to her later comments about wanting to record events.

1. How does Anne change from the beginning of her diary to the end in relation to her writing?

2. How does Anne's communication with others change?

3. How does Anne use writing to change the inner world of the Annexe and her relationships?

4. Why does she even write in the first place?

Essay Topic 3

Anne is very quick to point out the unfairness in the world around her. Give five examples of the unfairness she sees in her surroundings as well as in the outside world. Additionally, describe how each of these injustices affect Anne directly.

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