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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. What is a man driving when he tells Elisabeth not to walk by the fence?
(a) Police car.
(c) Pickup truck.
2. When Elisabeth was 16, what was the boy who wanted to make her laugh very good with?
3. What happened to the tree person in Daniel's story he told 13-year-old Elisabeth on a walk?
(a) Ran away.
(b) Turned into a golden ash tree.
(c) Was killed by the man with the gun.
(d) Was injured by the man with the gun.
4. What logo is on the pocket of the man who tells Elisabeth not to walk along the fence?
5. How old was Elisabeth in 1996?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Daniel remember his sister was prone to?
2. What did Elisabeth do her dissertation on?
3. How long does Elisabeth remember that she was able to stay away from Daniel when her mother told her to not see him?
4. What composer did Daniel remember might make him cry?
5. In the show that Elisabeth watches with her mother, how much does someone pay for a vintage cash register?
Short Essay Questions
1. On pages 145-148, who was Elisabeth's boyfriend whom she met at her graduation from college and what happened to that relationship?
2. On pages 167-172, what does a caregiver tell Elisabeth about Daniel?
3. On pages 149-161, what did Elisabeth discover about Daniel and Pauline Boty?
4. On pages 167-172, what does the care center ask Elisabeth about when she visits?
5. On pages 111-114, what does Elisabeth see when she goes to see Daniel?
6. On pages 129-144, what happens when Elisabeth walks by the fence?
7. On pages 195-199, what has Elisabeth been hearing since the Brexit vote?
8. How does Elisabeth describe a boy she liked and who liked her when she was 16?
9. On pages 129-144, why is Elisabeth's mother more cheerful than usual?
10. In March 1998, what does Elisabeth do with Daniel, and what do they discuss?
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